Mangaluru: “We are unfortunate to have Congress administration in the state”, said State BJP General Secretary Aravind Limbavali said condemning the government’s decision imposing prohibitory orders in Kodagu through the district administration ahead of the Tipu Jayanthi celebration and stalling the BJP’s Nava Karnataka Parivarthane Yatre.
Soon after the party meeting here on November 9, Limbavali told media persons that BJP would severely condemn the restrictions imposed on BJP’s Nava Karnataka Parivarthane Yatre in Kodagu. Nava Karnataka Nirmana Parivarthana rally will continue in Dakshina Kannada. It will reach Mangaluru on November 11. Further rally will processed to Udupi and districts of Utthara Kannada.
“BJP will hold the agitation inside the assembly and outside it during the winter session in Belagavi against the corruption and law and order failure in the state. BJP will also demand the resignation of state minister K J George over the suicide of DySP Ganapathi. BJP has also planned for a massive convention in Hubballi on December 21. People from 111 assembly constituencies will take part in this convention. Uttar Pradesh Chief minister Yogi Adhithyanath will address this convention”, Limbavali added.
On Justice Sivarajan Commission’s report on Solar Scam in Kerala against Oommen Chandy, AICC General Secretary K C Venugopal and others, Limbavali said the Commission had submitted the report to Kerala Chief Minster Pinayarai Vijayan and he should not protect them. “The Commission report in its finding, accuses K C Venugopal of sexual exploitation against woman. Congress leaders should withdraw him from the Karnataka’s party in-charge post,” he added.