RDPR Minister K.S. Eshwarappa taunts Former CM Siddaramaiah
The former CM Siddaramaiah and RDPR Minister K.S. Eshwarappa have been accusing on the issues for the past several months. The war between them Siddaramaiah as continued with Mr Eshwarapppa calling a latter an “utter pool” while alleging that he was in anti-party activity in the JD(S) in 2005-06.
Meanwhile, Mr Eshwarappa said “I know for every remark of mine, Mr. Siddaramaiah calls me a fool. But he is an utter fool,” he expressed. He also said, “I am a nationalist whereas he is a casteist.”
He also pointed out that Siddaramaiah has expelled from the party by the former PM HD Deve Gowda. While reacted that claims Siddaramaiah said “lost the link between his brain and tongue” he said.
Mr Eshwarappa asked that “Why did Mr Siddaramaiah, who ruled the State for five years, shift to Badami in Bagalkot district? He questioned. He also said “I lost the elections in 2013 because of a division of votes between the BJP and the KJP. But Mr Siddaramaiah lost the polls form Chamudeshwari in 2018 by a margin of 36,000 votes and won by a narrow margin in Badami,” he said.
Meanwhile, Eshwarappa said “We call the party out mother. But how many times has Mr Siddaramaiah changed parties? Unlike the former Chief Minister, we have an ideological background and did not join politics for the sake of power,” he said.
Mr Eshwarappa also said “Several seers called me over the last few days asking why I was denied the Deputy Chief Minister’s post,” he claimed.