Siddaramaiah plunged state into maximum debt burden, says Bommai

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Vijayapura, Feb 4: In the history of Karnataka, Congress opposition leader in the State Legislative Assembly Siddaramaiah has the credit of taking the maximum loan during his five years ruling as the chief minister, said Basavaraj Bommai, Chief Minister.

Reacting to the former Chief Minister's charges that only 10 per cent of the works announced in the previous year's budget have been implemented and the State's borrowing has touched Rs 3 lakh crore, Bommai said details of the budget implementation will be furnished in the coming budget session.

Speaking to media persons in Vijayapurua on Saturday, he said the reports regarding KPCC Manifesto Committee Chairman Dr G Parameshwar’s unhappiness for being sidelined, Bommai said it was the internal issue of the Congress Party.

But Dr Parameshwar is very intelligent and knows everything. If he has expressed unhappiness, they must understand it, he said.

Protect your MLAs

Commenting on Siddaramaiah's statement that there has been pro-Congress wave across the state, he advised the Congress leader to protect the MLAs of the region where he is touring.

“This is his only piece if advise for Siddaramaiah who is in the most responsible position in the Congress party,’’ he said.

Karkala is Sunil Kumar’s Constituency

Asked about Sri Ram Sena Chief Pramod Mutalik's demand to BJP not to field candidate in Karkala, Bommai said Energy Minister V Sunil Kumar has been representing this constituency for the last three times and this is his constituency.

“Everyone has right to appeal but as a national party, BJP will field it's candidates in all the 224 Assembly constituencies,’’ he said asserting that the party will take its own decisions.





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  • Flavian, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 05 2023

    And our PMs ill plans of Demonitization, black money operation and Capital out of Inestments by foreign investers, host of frudulents cheating our banks and escaping the country etc. Made our country economy to nose dive.🤣

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  • G R PRABHUJI, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 05 2023

    Soon you and your Yaddi will be out from BJP after the election. You all defectors spoiled the BJP party. Because of Congress defectors your party is surviving.

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  • Sameer, Riyadh

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Tomorrow you will read Nalin Kumar blaming Nehru 🤣🤣🤣

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  • Clifford, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Your central minister made this statement "He has decided to bring the BJP back to power in Karnataka," the Minister said". So you don't have to worry now as he has decided and don't worry about voters.

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  • Ayes p., Kudla/ksa

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    If so; if you cant handle then resign and resolve assembly. How much you paid for horse trading to form govt. In the back door entry? For each and everything cong. Cong., is cong. Is your development?

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  • Alfria, Manglore/Mumbai

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Has this so called CM done any work for betterment of karnataka ?? He is a CM and 24 x 7 he is in election mode and rest of time he criticizes congress and siddaramaiah.

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    CM Sir, I'm surprised., How come it should've been surplus by 40% for last 3 years..!

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  • Vinod Kumar, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Then why were you desperately drooling to take over the state forcefully by unlawful means by buying MLAs in crores if the state had plunged into maximum debt. How is your business of 40% now in debt ridden state???????…

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  • Rahul, Mluru/dxb

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    This week FM presented a budget which 42% of budgeted amount Rs 18.7 lac crores are going to be borrowed, of which 12.2 lac ctore will be mkt loans. Debt must definitely be avoided. If borrowed it must be used wisely. Now bommaiji has to tell us if siddaramaiahji has used it in corrupt or unwise manner and if punitive/remedial action is taken. Just blabbering about actions of previos govts in the election year is not going to help citizens.

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  • Manohar, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Bommana, nanala yeth nachike kettuvar Anna??. Nachike panpuna dala ijja niguleg!!

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  • real kujuma, kodial

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    so ultimately good time pass for you bomma...just pointing fingers at Congress..seems even if your party rules state and country for next 100 years they will keep on blaming Nehru family and Congress...

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  • Flavian, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    For humanity sake stop abusing opposition rule and work for fair developments of the State. What is use of crying over the spilled milk. People are fed up of same tine since 8 years. Are you not aware how .many Lacs crore Rs have been drained by Gujarat based frudulents. Watch tour own back if not possible keep a mirror behind and one nelow.

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  • Agnes, Mangalore

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    We don't to learn history again and again. We need people to solve current issues in the country

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  • Rolf, Dubai

    Sat, Feb 04 2023

    Don't worry what ever you say bakth will belive.

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