Udupi: Amit Shah's hand in toppling government is clear now – Siddaramaiah


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (SP) 

Udupi, Nov 6: Former chief minister, Siddaramaiah, arrived here on Tuesday November 5. He stayed at Sai Radha Resort at Kaup. He is here to take part in the convention of party workers scheduled to be held on Wednesday. 

When the media persons questioned him about the alleged telephonic conversation between Deve Gowda and Yediyurappa, he said he is ignorant about it, and questioned how can he react to questions without having any firsthand knowledge about it. 

On the allegation of Deve Gowda that Siddaramaiah had worked to topple the coalition government in the state, he said that he has already answered this question in detail. He said he cannot go on giving clarifications every time Deve Gowda makes accusations. 

He said he is not aware whether the JD(S) and the BJP have reached any internal understanding for the by-poll. He refused to comment on the issue, duly claiming that he has no knowledge whether they have struck any understanding. He suggested to the interested people to directly question Deve Gowda and Yediyurappa if they get an occasion to meet these leaders. 

Siddaramaiah said that he has been just hearing rumours about these two parties entering into an alliance for the by-poll, duly adding that he prefers not to respond to rumours. 

In the matter of audio of Yediyurappa, he pointed out that the chief minister has confessed that the voice in the audio is his. He said that it becomes so difficult to repose faith in a person if he changes his statement now and then. "This case has already been referred to the Supreme Court. Our lawyer has placed his arguments today. Amit Shah's hand in the plan to topple the government has come into the open. How can we believe that our constitution will remain safe if the union home minister indulges in such acts?" he wondered. 

When his reaction was sought to the statement of senior Congress leader, B Janardhana Poojary that Siddaramaiah is ominous to the party's prospects, Siddaramaiah said he would not comment on Poojary's statement. 

  

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  • Krishna Y T, Dubai

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    pramod is in JDS or back to congress or he is in CoJa????????

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  • Manvit, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Sidda, keep your own house in order & stop blaming like kindergarten baby. Your MLAs are not milk-drinking babies with napkins on and if you cant stop resigning Pappu & who you expect these MLAs to stop. Amit Shah did not kidnap them & they came their own.

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  • j.anata, Mangaluru / Bengaluru

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Frustrated Siddu is roaming around the country side with a jobless Madhwraj with him

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  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Amit Shah is the architect of BJP's rapid success.
    That is why he is remembered as Chanakya of the party.
    Maha gathbandan was formed (without success) to break the Modi/ Shah Jodi.

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  • ayesha devi, mangaluru

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    calling any of today's politician as Chanakya is an insult to the great man.

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  • AnoNymouS, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Ha ha ha ha ha. Very true. We should instead call him Shakuni mama.

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  • Lan...., Belman / Washington, DC.

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Acharya Chanakya:

    Born Chanaka village in Golla region (Jain legends);[1] Takshashila (Buddhist legends)[2]
    Died Pataliputra, Maurya Empire
    Occupation Teacher, philosopher, economist, jurist, advisor of Chandragupta Maurya
    Known for Prominent role in the foundation of the Maurya Empire & Arthashastra, Chanakya Niti

    ...Tak...Takk...

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  • Sam, Mangalore/mississauga

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Thank you google, thank you America, for internet and computers

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  • Mahesh, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    "When his reaction was sought to the statement of senior Congress leader, B Janardhana Poojary that Siddaramaiah is ominous to the party's prospects, Siddaramaiah said he would not comment on Poojary's statement. "!!!!!
    why doesnt a such big man like siddu have the courage to counter poojary's statement?

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  • Krishna Y T, Dubai

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    if u observe eyes, its clear who want to topple who...............

    2nd pic

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  • gm, Mlur

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Too much bhakthi? Known factor to all from the day one after the Elections in Karnataka.

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  • uday, BANGALORE

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Known fact... Angai hunnige kannadi beke?

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  • Dr Kusuma Kumari Gunji Nellore, Nellore/Kodyadka

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    I feel COngress is the best party to rule Karnataka.

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  • gm, Mlur

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Not only in Karnataka, it's good in whole over India. It's less corrupt compare to other parties. in 70 years it is not mounted the amount that other parties accumulated in 5 years.

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  • JNB, Bejai,Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    101% no doubt about it.

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  • rajesh bahrain, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    First of all , Mr.Siddaramayya people of karnataka rejected your party in last assembly election , you dont have mandate to form the government . Then why congress supported and involved in coalition government with JDS ? Does it right ?

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  • ayesha devi, mangaluru

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    No party was given clear mandate to form govt. Hence, it was required for more than one party to join hands together and form coalition govt, which was rightly done by congress & JDS. Congess was second largest party by number of elected members to Legislative council, hence it is improper to say that people have rejected congress.

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  • gm, Mlur

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    No other party wants to join with BJP to give clear mandate. See now all the truth is coming out.

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  • Saurabh, Udupi

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Karnataka politicians has no integrity so they sold themselves to Amith Shah. But Amith Shah failed in Maharashtra and can't form Government there. Irony is that the BJP politicians are not coming under the scanner. They left scot free. See how Dushyanth Choutala's father has come out from Tihar Jail within 24 hours!!

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  • HDD, Mysore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Sorry Siddu you were responsible for the issues in the coalition and fall of the government.
    Congress has become redundant due to heavy weights like you and your bosses...
    High time you are sacked.

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  • abdul munim, mangaluru

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Every Tom, Dick and Harry know that daku and feku were both behind toppling the coalition government in Karnataka. Several crores have changed hands.
    Till these two changu mangus are there in the centre, e country ki tho waat laga denge.

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  • Alwyn, Mangalore

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Amith Shah will make India ...............

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  • YOGI THUNTA, MANGALURU - NEAR PUMPWELL CIRCLE

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    Amith Shah wants to show his supremacy of dictatorship in KARNATAKA ! The reason behind appointment of NALINI as a president of BJPeeee now clear as SHAH knew this nalini is a cockroach type and able to get majority win !

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Atlanta

    Wed, Nov 6 2019

    I wonder why would Amit Shah want to topple a BJP Government ...

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