Section of BJP leaders trying to dislodge BSY: Siddaramaiah

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October 21, 2020

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Badami, Oct 21: A section of ruling BJP leaders in Karnataka are trying to dislodge Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa and Congress will not make efforts to topple the government, Leader of the Opposition in Legislative Assembly Siddaramaiah said on Wednesday.

When asked by a scribe for his comment on BJP legislator Basanagouda Patil Yatnal’s statement that Yeddyurappa’s days as Chief Minister was numbered, Siddaramaiah told newsmen , “Yes it is true".

"A section of leaders are trying to remove Yediyurappa. But I don’t know when and who will be made the next Chief Minister. If the Yediyurappa-led BJP government falls due to the internal bickering in the saffron party, we are ready to face the elections.Yatnal is miffed with Yediyurappa over cut in grants to his constituency. This has brought the rift in State BJP out in open, the CLP leader added.

During a public grievance meeting at Kataraki village in Badami taluk, Siddaramaiah said that he would start giving 10 kg rice to the poor if he became the Chief Minister again. “No one should suffer or die of starvation, flood or drought,” he added.

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November 23,2020

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Bengaluru, Nov 23: Six policemen, including two in the city, were caught impersonating candidates appearing for a written exam to recruit constables for the Karnataka State Reserve Police (KSRP) and Indian Reserve Battalion (IRB).

DCP (West) Sanjeev M Patil said the accused Nagappa Pavedeppa, a constable attached to the Sringeri police station and Mallikarjuna Babalannavar were caught separately in two examination centres in the West division on Sunday. The accused had applied for leave to come to Bengaluru to impersonate as candidates.

While the exams for KSRP and IRB constable positions were taking place across the state, the West division had eight centres. The department for recruitment and training held the exam for 17,940 constables at 36 centres.

The investigation revealed that the candidates had booked hotel rooms for the impersonators who agreed to appear on their behalf for a fee. But invigilators arrested them at the exam centre. Police took the accused into custody for further investigation.

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November 25,2020

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Bengaluru, Nov 25: Karnataka government on Wednesday appointed retired director of the Department of Information N Bhrungeesh as media advisor to the Chief Minister BS Yeddiyurappa.

In an order issued here for his appointment from immediate effect.

He serviced as media secretary to Mr Yeddiyurappa earlier as well.

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November 27,2020
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Bengaluru, Nov 27: Karnataka leader of the opposition Siddaramaiah and former Chief Minister of Haryana Bhupinder S Hooda on Friday came out in support of the ongoing protest march near the Delhi border areas against the farm laws.

This comes as farmers' groups, including women, continued their march towards Delhi while protesting and raising slogans.

"Farmers are being stopped from entering the Capital!! What if farmers also decide to block their produce from entering Delhi? Will BJP leaders in Delhi starve?" Siddaramaiah tweeted.

The Congress leader also questioned the Centre's "adamance" over the farm laws. "When the whole farming community is against the new farm laws, why is the govt so adamant about taking it forward? Are corporate interests more important than farmers' lives?"

He further asked, "What if farmers also decide to block their produce from entering Delhi?"

Meanwhile, Bhupinder Hooda appealed to the people of Haryana to provide shelter and food to the farmers who are protesting peacefully.

"I appeal to the people of Haryana that every effort should be made to provide shelter, food and drink, treatment and medical help, to the farmers who are protesting peacefully...We are with the farmers. The government must come forward to negotiate with the farmers, and find solutions soon," Hooda tweeted in Hindi.

Meanwhile, scores of farmers at the Tikri border near the Delhi-Bahadurgarh highway and the Singhu border were seen agitating amid heavy security deployment.

While the government said the three laws will do away with middlemen, enabling farmers to sell their produce in the commercial markets, protestors fear that this could lead to the government not buying produce at guaranteed prices, thereby disrupting their timely payments.

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