Udupi: The Karnataka state is ruled by a u-turn government which adopts anti-people policies and then drops the same while they sense opposition from the people, alleged Jagadish Shettar, Former Chief Minister of Karnataka.
He was speaking to the mediapersons prior to the programme organized in remembrance of Late Dr V S Acharya, Former Minister and BJP leader at the BJP office here on February 14.
The promises made to the people of implementing policies like anti-superstitious bill, setting government control over temples, organizing tour programmes for Ahinda Children and then maintaining silence over the same is the indication that Congress led State Government is into U-turn governance.
CM Siddaramaiah had said that this was his last assembly election but his recent statement on contesting the next assembly election in 2018 is another u-turn in what he had said. The congress led state government is always in confusion.
Excise Minister Satish Jarkiholi’s issue seems to be settled but in the coming days it will haunt the government.
He also said that he has submitted the necessary documents relating to the Arkavathi de-notification in the assembly. CM Siddaramaiah has de-notified 702 acres of land in Arkavathi by dropping the directions of the Supreme Court, but he refuses to admit the same. He has admitted of re-modifying the de-notification in Arkavathi.
While asked about delay in filing the complaint to the Governor on Arkavathi de-notification, he said that social activists are waiting to file the complaint to the Governor and the complaint will be filed as soon as possible.
Udupi Chikkamagaluru MP Shobha Karandlaje, former MLA Raghupati Bhat, district BJP chief Thingale Vikramarjuna Hegde, MLC Capt Ganesh Karnik, Mattar Rathankar Hegde, Gitanjali Suvarna and others were present.