BSY says BJP will publish a book on ground reality of 48 villages visited by Kumaraswamy

By Xappie Desk, June 23, 2019 15:03 IST

BSY says BJP will publish a book on ground reality of 48 villages visited by Kumaraswamy

Regarding the CM HD Kumaraswamy’s village stay (Grama Vaastavya) programme, BJP will establish a book on the 'ground reality' in the 48 villages he visited during his first time as CM.
 
Accordingly, Grama Vaastavya was a programme of the BJP-JD(S) coalition government back in 2006-07 in which BJP State president B.S. Yeddyurappa was Deputy Chief Minister. Claiming that the programme has made no difference to these villages in over a decade, Mr Yeddyurappa termed its restoration a “political gimmick to divert attention from real issues”.
 
He said that “Back then, the CM had promised Rs 1 Crore for each of these villages. But that promises never materialised and the villages are still in the same pathetic condition.”
 
He also said the book was related on Monday. The BJP leader was speaking “The CM must stop this circus and instead tour the State take up effective drought relief measures.” he added “Grama Vaastavya is a gimmick, and even that has now been wound up for a silly reason like rain”, he said.
 
Mr Yeddyurappa said about the statement of HDD on mid-term polls, BJP with 105 seats in the Assembly, would not allow another election. “If he cannot rule, let the Chief Minister resign. We will form a government with rebel MLAs from the Congress and the JD(S).”
 
Although in-charge of BJP P. Muralidhara Rao said “The BJP has captured north India and our aim over the next five years is to make inroads into the South, which is very much possible, as the results here show,” he said.
 
Meantime, Mr Kumaraswamy responding to the BJP’s claims of his programme he tweeted that the government was successfully executing drought relief measures and that he had already remained in a village at Yadgir that was drought-hit. “The leader of the opposition has complimented the officers who are implementing drought relief on the hand and singing a different tune in front of the media. This shows their hypocrisy”, he said. Regarding the CM HD Kumaraswamy’s village stay (Grama Vaastavya) programme, BJP will establish a book on the “ground reality” in the 48 villages he visited during his first time as CM.
 
Accordingly, Grama Vaastavya was a programme of the BJP-JD(S) coalition government back in 2006-07 in which BJP State president B.S. Yeddyurappa was Deputy Chief Minister. Claiming that the programme has made no difference to these villages in over a decade, Mr Yeddyurappa termed its restoration a “political gimmick to divert attention from real issues”.
 
He said that “Back then, the CM had promised Rs 1 Crore for each of these villages. But that promises never materialised and the villages are still in the same pathetic condition.”
 
He also said the book was related on Monday. The BJP leader was speaking “The CM must stop this circus and instead tour the State take up effective drought relief measures.” he added “Grama Vaastavya is a gimmick, and even that has now been wound up for a silly reason like rain”, he said.
 
Mr Yeddyurappa said about the statement of HDD on mid-term polls, BJP with 105 seats in the Assembly, would not allow another election. “If he cannot rule, let the Chief Minister resign. We will form a government with rebel MLAs from the Congress and the JD(S).”
 
Although in-charge of BJP P. Muralidhara Rao said “The BJP has captured north India and our aim over the next five years is to make inroads into the South, which is very much possible, as the results here show,” he said.
 
Meantime, Mr Kumaraswamy responding to the BJP’s claims of his programme he tweeted that the government was successfully executing drought relief measures and that he had already remained in a village at Yadgir that was drought-hit. “The leader of the opposition has complimented the officers who are implementing drought relief on the hand and singing a different tune in front of the media. This shows their hypocrisy”, he said.



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