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Mangaluru: Will demand K J George's resignation from day one of Belagavi session - Limbavali


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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangaluru (ANK)

Mangaluru, Nov 9: BJP MLA Aravind Limbavali on Thursday November 9 said that during the upcoming winter session of the state legislature in Belagavi, the BJP would raise voice against 'corruption' of the state government and demand the resignation of minister K J George over the suicide of DySP Ganapathy.

Addressing a press meet here after taking part in BJP's core committee meeting at Hotel Ocean Pearl here, Limbavali said, "During the Assembly session in Belagavi from November 13, we will raise voice against the corruption of the state government and failure of law and order in the state. We will protest against K J George in connection to the death of DySP Ganapathy and demand his resignation. If the chief minister fails to dismiss George by the start of the session, we will fight from the first day of the Assembly."

On BJP's Parivarthana Yatra, he said, "The Nava Karnataka Parivarthana Yatra was launched on November 2 in Bengaluru. It was supposed to enter Dakshina Kannada yesterday (Wednesday November 8), but due to the bandh in Kodagu, it got delayed. We condemn the district administration of Kodagu for allowing the bandh. The Yatra will now reach Dakshina Kannada, Udupi and Uttara Kannada on November 11.

He also announced a mega convention of the BJP on December 21 in Hubballi.

"Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath will participate in the convention to be held in Hubballi. During our convention in Bengaluru, as many as 48,000 people from 17 districts and 113 constituencies participated. People from the remaining 111 constituencies will take part in the Hubballi convention," he said.

On strengthening the party from the booth level, Limbavali said, "New voters' list has been released at the booth level. We will have 20 persons from the SC/ST and Dalit communities joining as members at the booth level. The list will be finalised by November 30.

On the upcoming MLC elections, he said, "We have formed a sub-committee. Once the list is ready, we will send it to minister Prakash Javadekar and BJP state in-charge Muralidhar Rao and also to the central government."

To a question on BJP's claim that several Congress leaders were set to join the BJP, he said, "There are more number of people from the Congress joining the BJP than vice-versa. The number of people from BJP joining Congress is nil."

Responding to chief minister Siddaramaiah's allegations that BJP was trying to 'lure' energy minister D K Shivakumar, he said that the charges were absolutely false. Earlier in the day too, the BJP had dismissed the allegations.

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    Opposition will make demand but the decision left to CM

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  • k b r, Mangala Uru

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    Ouster of outsiders from KN politics is need of the hour....

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  • Marian D'Souza, Falnir Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    BJP is filled with jokers and antinational forces whose priority is to flare communal passions on one pretext or the other for evil and ulterior electoral gains

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  • Joseph F. Gonsalves, Bannur, Puttur / Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    Remove Vijay Rupani and Nalin Kumar Kateel from your party.

    The prssent 16th Lok Sabha has record Numbers chosen by the blind bhakts who need to be disqualified from the parliament. The Leader of them should step down for bringing down the economy of India.

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  • Sannu, Manipal/ Qatar

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    BJP guys don't try to attack the minority Christian fellow's what did DySP Ganapathy do to Christian's when he was in Mlore he beat them up black and blue at that time where was the BJP guys and what they were they doing while thousand of people were crying, today because of that he had hanged him self as Judas did when he betrayed Jesus. So same way Ganapathy died and left us was harassed by BJP leader's in Karanataka.

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  • flavian dsouza, chik/bengaluru

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    what is your agenda ?? and what value you bring in the next session for people of karanataka .
    lets assume he resigns and come ...

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mangalore

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    Start with your Amit Shah 😁😁😁

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  • Shane, Mng/Dxb

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    Limbavaliji stop daydreaming !!Also pls make some homework before issuing public statement as nobody interested in your fake n dumb statements.

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  • prem, moodbidri

    Fri, Nov 10 2017

    If you have guts ask resignation of FEKU, DAKU, YOGI etc...

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  • Bengalurian, Bengaluru

    Thu, Nov 9 2017

    And how about Baliga? Who would raise voice against the culprit to be punished for this innocent, upright RTI activist's murder in broad daylight? Why not strengthen the RTI act so that whistle-blowers are protected & their identities & they file case as an NGO & not in personal capacity to avoid getting targeted & some people do not misuse the loopholes & use it for political gains, instead of these useless protests?

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  • Swamy, Mangalore

    Thu, Nov 9 2017

    Chor Machaaye Shor.
    First see yourself in the mirror and if possible take few of your elites who have returned from 'Sasurals'.

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