Cong slams BJP for not acting against Karnataka CM

AICC General Secretary and CWC member B K Hariprasad slammed BJP High Command for its "failure" to act against Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yeddyurappa who faced allegations of corruption.

Updated: Mar 12, 2011, 21:47 PM IST

Bangalore: AICC General Secretary and CWC
member B K Hariprasad on Saturday slammed BJP High Command for its
"failure" to act against Karnataka Chief Minister B S
Yeddyurappa who faced allegations of corruption.

"There is no High Command in BJP. Yeddyurappa has himself
become High Command for that party", he alleged participating
at a meet the press programme here.

He said as long the "corrupt and immoral" BJP government
remained in office in Karnataka, the state could not witness
any development.
Hariprasad said Congress would not have any truck with JDS
in the state and termed that party as a "quarrelsome political
outfit".

He exuded optimism of Congress doing well in the assembly
elections being held next month in five states.
The Congress would come to power in Assam and Kerala, he
claimed.

PTI