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Friday, February 24, 2012 9:24:54 PM (IST)  

Mangalore: Kumaraswamy Seeks Bishop's Blessings, Lambasts Govt

Mangalore: Kumaraswamy Seeks Bishop's Blessings, Lambasts Govt

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Daijiworld Media Network - Mangalore (NM)

Mangalore, Feb 24: State JD(S) chief H D Kumaraswamy (HDK) was in the city on Friday February 24, and met Bishop Dr Aloysius Paul D'Souza at his residence.

Later, speaking to media persons, Kumaraswamy said that it was his wife's birthday, and that he and Anita Kumaraswamy had performed 'chandika homa' in Kollur temple. They came to Mangalore to seek the blessings of the bishop, he said.

On his meeting with the bishop, he said, "The bishop lamented that the state government had not done enough for Christians and was not responding to their pleas. He has urged me to pray and work towards bringing an atmosphere of peace and harmony in the state."

On the upcoming Udupi-Chikmagalur bypoll, he said that JD(S) was contesting the bypoll not for namesake, but that the party was taking it seriously. JD(S) leaders will put in collective efforts in winning the poll, he said.

"It is usually the ruling party that wins bypolls, but JD(S) despite not being a national party has given the ruling party a run for its money. Out of the 20 bypolls in the state, JD(S) has won eight and given good show in the remaining 12," he said.

'BJP govt busy with internal problems, no time for people'

Repeating his diatribe in Udupi against the state BJP government earlier in the evening, he said that the government was more engrossed in its internal conflicts and differences, and has no time to solve people's problems.

He appreciated chief minister Sadananda Gowda but lamented that in everything he does, he has to first please BJP leaders Eshwarappa and Yeddyurappa. This in turn has affected CM's functioning and he is not able to give enough time for people, he added.

"In 123 constituencies, people are suffering due to lack of drinking water facilities, unemployment and drought, but the government is busy trying to resolve its own internal differences," he said.

He further said that though there is video conferencing facility via which the CM can directly interact with his officers, it is a waste of time as the officials don't speak the truth and show fake documents. Even though nothing is done, they take the CM for a ride with their claims of having done a lot, he said.

"The CM says that there is no shortage of funds, but the people say no work is done and that nothing is sanctioned. A lot of projects were promised in the last budget, but a majority of them have not been implemented."

HDK also pointed out, "The CM alone is handling 18 to 20 ministries, so what can we expect from him?

On Yeddyurappa's reported deadline to the BJP high command to make him the CM, he said it was nothing but blackmailing. He advised the BJP to take appropriate steps to control its internal differences.

"These people (BJP partymen) should stop going to temples. In every visit, they have a temple listed in their itineraries," he lashed out.

To a query on Yeddyurappa's allegation that DVS was taking the advise of JD(S) national president Deve Gowda, Kumaraswamy said that it is wrong information given to the public. "The BJP always blames Deve Gowda's family when it makes mistakes. Even back in 2008, the BJP blamed JD(S) for not transfering power to them," he said.

'DVS should Resign'

Asked who he considers the right candidate for the CM's post, he said the decision should be left to the people.

On whether DVS should continue as the CM, he said that since DVS hails from Dakshina Kannada district which enjoys a place of pride, it is better that DVS resigns and instead works with the people.

"If he has self-esteem, DVS should resign and work for the people. When he cannot control his ministers, how can he control 6 crore people?" he questioned.

"The BJP has lost its way right from the word go and has never corrected itself. It is the most useless government since independence," he said.

Asked if he would ever support BJP in the future, he said a firm 'No'.

Corporator Harish K, Rajendra Shetty, Srinivas Alva and Vasant Poojary were present.

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Comments on this article
Vasant Raj, Udupi / Abudhabi.
Sunday, February 26, 2012

This is nothing but Kumaraswamy Drama Company.

Sunday, February 26, 2012

Stupid HD KUMARASWAMY friend of mahendra kumar,now taking blessing from BISHOP.

madhav shetty, bahrain
Saturday, February 25, 2012

as long as there are followers for corrupt parties predominently national parties like corrupt cong and corrupt com communal bjp,we can not and we shall not see much improvements in curbing or stopping corruption. Rulers are corrupt whereas people are also equally corrupt. jaisa raja vaisa hi praja

Gregory Fernandes, Pernankila/Bangalore
Saturday, February 25, 2012

Kumaraswamy can go to any extent for grabbing power.

Sachidanand Shetty, Mundkur/Dubai
Saturday, February 25, 2012

In present scenario, we can’t believe any Political Party. We have to choose best among the worst only. But in Karnataka, we may choose BJP or Congress but surely not JDS. This “Appa, Maga” Party is the worst among the worst Political Party we saw till date. For their benefit they will befriend with anybody and they will not take much time to deceive them too

Vishal, Mangalore/Bangalore
Saturday, February 25, 2012

All politicians remember religious leaders during elections. Where are they when Christians need their help? Christian population is 2% which does not have any bearing on the elections results(except some pockets where Christians are more). Have you ever heard the politicians and media speaking for Christians even when the nun was raped in Kandamal? If it has happened to intolerant community, all our politicians and media would have made the heaven fall on earth.

Christians can not depend on anybody. They have to take care of themselves. Rest all is drama.

Saturday, February 25, 2012


Raj, Udupi
Saturday, February 25, 2012

Mr.Kumaraswamy....You can only pick these peanuts.......You never ever win.

prakash Dsouza, dubai
Saturday, February 25, 2012

If you say HDK is playing drama then cong and BJP are dancing in a drama of corruption and swimming in water of mega coruption. Do you say your congress or BJP is for christians?. Christians are grown today because of their own strength. Remember during Orissa riots your Mega PM Manmohan did not even had a look at the state until scores of christians were burnt by communal forces ! Stop pretending and dreaming!

Jaimini P.B., Manipal,Sharjah
Saturday, February 25, 2012

Kumaraswamy is a good person but he can't take even a small decision without his father's permission..YES..great Deve Gowda..He is a real shakuni mama.This decision of meeting Bishop might have been taken by Deve Gowda.Unfortunately,we don't eat raagi mudde.

Friday, February 24, 2012

Mr. Tony Francis, the biggest actor is sushil noronha. He is the Ivan dsouza of JDS.

Rajesh, mangalore
Friday, February 24, 2012

all dramatists. Difficult to believe anyone...

Tony Francis, Udupi
Friday, February 24, 2012

Mr. HDK, Just because you meeting Bishop and applying 'maska' to him, don't dream that all Mangalore catholics will vote for you and support your party. Is HDK's wife, Anita celebrating her first B'day to seek Bishop's blessings? Did they visit Bishop to seek his blessings all these years? What a drama!

Gerald, modankap-bantval
Friday, February 24, 2012


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