Lashing out at the BJP for accusing Congress leaders of assaulting MLA K Sudhakar upon tendering resignation, Siddaramaiah instructed journalists, “They (BJP) are the actual goondas. It’s now not the Congress that has conducted itself as goondas. It is they who are defecting our MLAs, offering money, energy, positions, threatening them, and using the Income Tax department. This is an excessive amount. We realize BJP people are anti-democratic, anti-system.”
BJP claims Congress MLA assaulted, locked up after tendering resignation. The Karnataka BJP accused Congress leaders Dinesh Gundu Rao and Priyank Kharge of “murdering the democracy” and claimed that Congress MLA K Sudhakar turned into assaulted and locked up with the aid of “goondas” of the Congress leaders, inclusive of Siddaramaiah, in the Vidhana Soudha after he tendered his resignation on Wednesday. mIn some other tweet, the BJP said the assault on Congress MLAs “exposes why Congress MLAs are resigning from Congress and taking haven in Mumbai.” “Congress these days stands uncovered in the front of the state. We fear for the safety of Congress MLAs in Karnataka,” it stated.
Siddaramaiah meets Congress MLA K Sudhakar Siddarmaiah met Congress MLA K Sudhakar, who tendered his resignation as MLA. They met at Minister KG George’s office in Vidhana Soudha. Shivakumar, Milind Deora ‘released’ by Mumbai Police. DK Shivakumar, Milind Deora, and different Congress leaders who had been earlier detained by using the Mumbai Police had been released on Wednesday night. Speaking to reporters, Shivakumar said he desired to meet the rebellion MLAs staying at a Mumbai resort; however, he can not go because Section one hundred forty-four changed into the region. He further exuded self-assurance within the dissident legislators, announcing that they will go back to the party fold.
Present scenario worse than Emergency: Deve Gowda
Slamming the denial of entry to a Congress minister from Karnataka to a Mumbai resort to meet 12 riot MLAs, JD(S) supremo Deve Gowda said the scenario was “worse than Emergency” and he had no longer visible whatever like it in 60 years of public existence. Gowda additionally entreated all political parties to return together, setting aside their variations, to “save democracy,” which, he alleged, became beneath risk.
“I feel that the prevailing scenario is worse than the Emergency. DK Shivakumar (Congress minister) went to the lodge however became denied access regardless of having booked a room there… I actually have no longer seen whatever like this in my 60 years of political existence,” he said. “All political parties ought to set aside their differences and are available together to shop democracy,” he introduced.
On Wednesday, Karnataka leader minister HD Kumaraswamy lashed out at the Devendra Fadnavis authorities over the “manhandling” of Congress leaders via Mumbai Police. “Such hasty act by the Maharashtra authorities reinforces the suspicion on BJP of HorseTrading. This is a black mark at the republic setup of our u. S. A .,” he stated. Putting aside the obvious advantages of news feeds listed above, an important question to ask when evaluating the newsletter’s effectiveness versus the news feed is whether the information is time-sensitive. If the business is publishing information about such topics as the stock market, real estate, investments, weather, new products or services, competitive analyses, product catalogs, and prices (and you can probably add more to this list), the effectiveness of the newsletter dramatically diminishes as the delay between the “event” and the delivery of the information about the event increases. If a newsletter is published every three months, on average, the information is six weeks old! And it’s not just that the information arrives too late to be important to the recipient, but also because recipients will come to know the newsletter is irrelevant to their affairs and tune out. Unfortunately, that means it will be seen as junk mail and tossed into the trash without opening. Why would I care about an investment opportunity if it’s too late to act on it by the time I receive that advice? (At my post office, a recycle bin is provided in the lobby so that you can conveniently toss away your junk mail without even taking it home.)