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Bengaluru: K C Venugopal blasts Pratap Simha for violating law and order


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Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru

Bengaluru, Dec 5: AICC General Secretary K C Venugopal, who is also Karnataka’s Congress party in-charge, lambasted the BJP MP Pratap Simha for deliberately disturbing law and order situation and asked him whether the National President of BJP Amit Shah was giving prizes for such brutish behaviour.

Speaking to reporters in Bengaluru on Tuesday, he accused the Mysuru-Kodagu MP of intentionally disturbuing the law and order situation at the behest of his party president Amit Shah.

The BJP leaders have no issue to criticise the Congress government. Instead of raising issues related to the development, the BJP leaders have indulged in disturbing the peace in the State, the Congress leader said.

Venugopal contented that the BJP leaders have been propagating communal agenda ahead of the State assembly polls as part of the strategy to polarise voters.

The Congress leader was in the city to review progress and performance of various wings of the KPCC and preparing the poll strategy.

Venugopal referred to a video posted by Simha a few weeks ago on social media, where the MP is heard telling the BJP Yuva Morcha cadre that he was asked by Shah during his (Shah’s) last visit for review of party functioning ahead of elections, to "get aggressive in all protests and demonstrations."

Congress MLC V S Ugrappa said Simha, who was personally driving his car, had tried to crash through police barricades and nearly hit officials deployed for security during the procession. The police should book a case of attempting to murder against the MP.

The video put the Opposition BJP in an embarrassing position, coming as it does just days after some of their district office-bearers in Tumakuru district were accused of beating up a journalist trying to question a party leader’s role in illegal mining. The Government has ordered a probe into it, he said.

The AICC General Secretary also ticked off the State youth Congress leaders and questioned their contributions to the party during run-up to the elections.

"Merely holding protests for photographs by a few youth Congress workers are not enough. Protests are confined only to Bengaluru. Hold protest against the Modi government’s policies across the State,’’ Venugopal told the youth Congress leaders during interactions with them at the party office here.

Venugopal also told National Students Union India leaders to hold protest on December 28, the Congress Foundation Day, against the Modi government for its wrong policies and failure to implement its poll promises to the people.

He asked the NSUI leaders to form 15 member committees in Assembly constituency and launch jathas to create awareness about the ruling Congress government’s performance in different sectors.

 

Comment on this article

  • dylan, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    I'm absolutely right, a couple days back I had said that this young MP is not a constructive person but a destructive person and he proved it right. This brat should be booked.

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  • Sethu, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    A person indicted and named prominently in Justice Shivarajan Committee report has no place here and should first be driven away from Karnataka. Karnataka Congress has capability to generate enough from within and do not require imports from Kerala.....!

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  • JJ, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    All Vote Bank formula by the BJP.

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  • Vineet, Mangalore/Dubai

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    Let the elections get concluded, then you will know who is communal (in reality).

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  • Af,,, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    Bjp high command is now lost its hold on thier party MPs, most disciplined party now become most un- disciplined in the country.

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  • Ravi Shankar, Mangalore

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    Rape accused teaching morals to others.Applaud the INC for having bestowed a great leader to manage the rowdies of KPCC

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    Most of the elected BJP members are really following their leader,Amit Shah

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  • sunil, mangalore

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    its good sign

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  • Indian, Bangalore

    Wed, Dec 6 2017

    What BJP leaders need at the moment is Character Formation

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  • Honnappa, Gundya

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    This venugopala, has been chosen in place of diggivijay, by Italian lady for this election on teaching wake up lessons to needheramiah and team to implement all the schemes at end of last year..ennella Bhagya baaki idde, gopala?

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  • Agee, India - UAE

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    I hope blind followers will enlighten by this video... BJP do have some good educated leaders but I feel because of power they are ready sell their character.
    Country can never prosper without internal peace.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Tue, Dec 5 2017

    If Amit Shah can do it why not Pratap Simha ...

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