H D Kumaraswamy says I do not have to learn governing from BJP

Written By Xappie Desk | Updated: June 26, 2019 17:27 IST
H D Kumaraswamy says I do not have to learn governing from BJP

H D Kumaraswamy says I do not have to learn to govern from BJP

Hit out at K. Shivanagouda Nailk, the BJP MLA from Deodurg, who claimed CM H D Kumaraswamy was focussing on developing only two districts in the State from where his family had been nominated from, the CM hit back y telling that he did not have to learn governance from the BJP.
He said Yermarus Circuit House before leaving for Keregudda village in Manvi talk for a Grama Vastavya program.
“He (Shivanagouda) has alleged that I am concentrating only on the districts of my family members. The people of the entire Karnataka are my family members and equal importance is being given every district. The data themselves speak on the impartiality of my governance. Everybody knows how much money was allocated to Ramanagar (Mr. Kumaraswamy’s constituency) when B.S.Yeddyurappa was CM and how much money is allocated to Shikaripur (B.S. Yeddyurappa’s constituency) during my tenure as Chief Minister”, the reputedly agitated CM said. He also said that the project was already approved.
Mr. Kumaraswamy said “We are working on the project and the financial approval is already given. We know how to work and BJP need not teach. We have already released around Rs 3,000 crore to Raichur district for various projects. When Mr. Devegowda implemented a project (referring to Narayanpur Right Bank Canal) to expand irrigation facilities in Deodurg villages, he must have not been born. We know how to work and BJP need not teach us, I would like to tell BJP leaders to stop such kind of drama.”
He also said that “I will make B.S. Yeddyurappa stand in front of me in the Assembly and answer all the questions raised in the booklet about my previous Grama Vastavya. Let the people know the actual status of 63 villages that I had stayed during my first stint as CM.” The CM took exception to the BJP’s claims that the loan waiver commitment has delayed other development works, there were no funds for development initiatives. The CM said that this government would convince the Governor on how important the establishment of the university was.