HDK attacks Amit Shah for traveling to state to ‘carry out killings in Gujarat’

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From our special correspondent

Daijiworld Media Network

Bangalore, August 2: JD(S) leader and former chief minister HD Kumaraswamy has attacked Union Home Minister Amit Shah for visiting the state again on August 4 and questioned whether his visit was aimed at to continue the pattern of killings in Gujarat and to accumulate more corpses in Karnataka.

Speaking to the media at his farm in Bidadi on Tuesday August 2, he alleged that the ruling BJP must get the union’s interior minister to continue their political game of causing more deaths in the state as they are adept at seizing votes by causing bloodshed. .

“The BJP brought the young people, who were happy at home, into politics in the name of Hindutva and the ruling party has now become arrogant,” he claimed.

Kumaraswamy lashed out at Higher Education Minister Dr CN Ashwath Narayan and said the Minister responsible for Ramanagara District should remember that it was the BJP government that played partisan politics when Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai came to Praveen Nettaru’s residence to console the family and presented a check. of Rs 25 lakh from the government while not visiting the residence of Masood killed in the same neighborhood and Mohammed Fazil, who was killed in Mangalore the night Bommai was present, besides offering no monetary compensation.

The law and order situation in the state completely collapsed and Interior Minister Araga Jnanedara became a total failure in the management of the Ministry of Interior. Killings are taking place in the coastal region and other areas and the government is unable to control the rise of anti-social elements, he said.

Kumaraswamy demanded that the session of the state legislature be convened immediately to discuss the failed law and order situation and the culture of killings in addition to the devastation caused by the heavy rains in the coastal regions. and other districts including Bengaluru.

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