Siddaramaiah Asks Karnataka Congress Legislators To Attend Assembly Session In Full Strength

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah asked Congress legislators to 'actively' participate in the winter session and give a fitting reply to allegations being made by the opposition

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Siddaramaiah Asks Karnataka Congress Legislators To Attend Assembly Session In Full Strength

Siddaramaiah wants Congress legislators to not skip attending the winter session (File)


Belagavi:  Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today expressed displeasure over Congress legislators and ministers being absent from the proceedings of the assembly during the ongoing winter session.

He asked the legislators or MLAs to "actively" participate in the proceedings and give a fitting reply to allegations and remarks being made by the opposition against the government.

Mr Siddaramaiah made the remarks as he chaired a meeting of the Congress Legislature Party at Suvarna Vidhana Soudha in this border district with Maharashtra, party sources said.

Pointing out that this would be the last session of his government at Belagavi, he said the opposition did not have any issues and are raising certain points for political reasons. On the minister KJ George issue also, the opposition was playing politics, he said.

Mr George has been booked by the CBI in a case over the death of a police officer MK Ganapathy. He was found hanging in a room at a lodge in Madikeri on July 7 last year.

Before the alleged suicide, Ganapathy had told a local TV channel in an interview that the then home minister Mr George and two senior police officers, AM Prasad and Pranab Mohanty, would be responsible "if anything happens to me".
 

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