Dissolve state assembly: Karna Cong tells BJP

Congress in Karnataka on Sunday demanded that ruling BJP dissolve the Assembly and seek fresh mandate as some ministers are facing corruption allegations.

Hubli: Congress in Karnataka on Sunday
demanded that ruling BJP dissolve the Assembly and seek fresh
mandate as some ministers are facing corruption allegations.

"Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda should dissolve the
Assembly and seek fresh mandate as there are serious
allegations levelled against some of his ministers," Karnataka
Pradesh Congress Committee president G Parameshwar told
reporters here.

Hubli: Congress in Karnataka on Sunday
demanded that ruling BJP dissolve the Assembly and seek fresh
mandate as some ministers are facing corruption allegations.

"Chief Minister D V Sadananda Gowda should dissolve the
Assembly and seek fresh mandate as there are serious
allegations levelled against some of his ministers," Karnataka
Pradesh Congress Committee president G Parameshwar told
reporters here.

"There is no threat to the government and BJP as the
corruption allegations against some ministers are yet to be
proved," said Sreeramulu, who resigned his Assembly membership
over a month ago reportedly unhappy over denial of ministerial
berth following his indictment in the Lokayukta report on
illegal mining.

Sreeramulu said though he had resigned from the Assembly
membership, he was monitoring developmental activities in
Bellary district. "I am in constant touch with the district
administration," he added.

He, however, refused to disclose his next course of
action.

Sreeramulu, a close associate of Reddy brothers,
submitted his resignation from the assembly membership to
Speaker K G Bopaiah on September 4. His resignation was
accepted on October 13.

PTI

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