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Controversy from Karnataka took centre stage in Lok Sabha

Controversy from Karnataka took centre stage in Lok Sabha
Controversy from Karnataka took centre stage in Lok Sabha
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Accordingly the discussion was about the recently released audio clip by Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy which allegedly captures BJP Karnataka chief BS Yeddyurappa offering a bribe to Sharan Gouda, a JD(S) MLA’s son in an attempt to dislodge the Congress-JD(S) coalition in power in the state.



Meanwhile this comes just three days after Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy made the explosive reveal in a press conference. Speaking in the House, Congress legislature party leader in the Lok Sabha and Gulbarga MP Mallikarjun Kharge, read out the contents of the tape amidst huge ruckus from the ruling MPs. Kharge said “In my constituency, BJP State President Yeddyurappa has spoken to the son of the MLA from Gurmitkal, and offered him money and ministerial positions”.

Controversy from Karnataka took centre stage in Lok Sabha

Previously in the day too, Congress MPs had protested in front of the Gandhi statue inside the Parliament complex in Delhi against BJP’s alleged involvement in ‘Operation Kamala’ in Karnataka. The demonstration was led by Kharge along with AICC Secretary Karnataka-in-charge KC Venugopal. Moreover some of the placards carried by the MPs read “Say no to political horse trading?”, “Operation Kamala— Death of Constitution” and “White money or black money?”.


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