Janardhan Poojary warns CM after being banned from DCO

Janardhan Poojary warns CM after being banned from DCO

Mangaluru: Senior Congress leader B Janardhan Poojary held a press meet at the Press Club Urwa here, on July 26.


Janardhan Poojary used to regularly hold press meets at the district Congress office. Recently, he had raised his voice against the Congress leaders regarding the DySP Ganapathi suicide case. In this regard, Poojary has been denied entry into the Congress office to hold any press meets.

If Poojary wants to hold any press meets at District Congress office, he should take permission from Ramanath Rai or Kodijal Ibrahim. Poojary meanwhile instead of taking permission from Rai or Kodijal, Poojary held a press meet at the Press Club on July 26.


Targeting the Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, Poojary said, “CM, your chair is shaking. The names of Oscar Fernandes, Mallikarjuna Kharge and Parameshwar are in the list of the high command for the CM’s seat.” He also said that the strike by KSRTC employees was not taken seriously by the chief minister. “The CM has failed to solve the problems of the people. The high command will not sit quiet,” he added.

He further warned Siddaramaiah and said, “Chief minister, there is still time. Please go to Delhi and meet the high-command and discuss the situation. If you do not go, they will call the MLAs for a meeting and the high-command will choose Oscar Fernandes or Motamma who has worked for the empowerment of women or the present home minister Dr Parameshwar as the Chief Minister”, Poojary warned.

Congress party workers Kallige Taranath Shetty, Arun Coelho and others were also present.

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