bjp: Ex-cm: the State is getting closer to bankruptcy, thanks to the Bjp government | Mangaluru News


MANGALURU: Congress Legislative Party leader Siddaramaiah has said Karnataka is nearing bankruptcy after the BJP came to power.
“The people of Dakshina Kannada have deep knowledge of politics. We should not support any political party without proper analysis. It is essential for voters to analyze a political party to know if it is pro-popular or not. They should check if the party addresses people’s grievances and see how the BJP, which has been in power for two and a half years, has become corrupt,” he told Congress workers at Kallapu in Mangaluru on Saturday.
“I was also the CM of Karnataka for five years, and MPs UT Khader and Ramanath Rai were ministers. There were no personal allegations against us and no charges against our government. However, corruption is rampant in the state after the BJP formed the government. This is not my opinion. Karnataka State Contractors Association Chairman Dr Kempanna had sent a letter to Prime Minister Narendra Modi saying they were obligated to pay 40% bribes for every government project. Do we need this government? We will expose the BJP when we return to power,” he said.
“The BJP had told people there was no fund because of Covid-19. In fact, they have only spent Rs 8,000 crore on Covid-19 management in the last two years. The state budget last year was Rs 2.37 lakh crore. This year’s budget is Rs 2.46 lakh crore. The government, although it has spent only Rs 8,000 crore on Covid management, says no funds for other programs. They have funds only to buy deputies,” he claimed. “Today I came here to participate in the Urus program in Ullal dargah. I will return to Ullal and other constituencies in the district. I will talk in detail about the corruption in the BJP government and its anti-people policy,” he said.


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