BSY to launch ‘Rahul Hatao’ Campaign

published on December 21, 2010

Mangalore: CM Speaks of Launching ‘Rahul Hatao’ Campaign  
Daijiworld Media Network

http://www.daijiworld.com/news/news_disp.asp?n_id=92034&n_tit=Mangalore%3A+CM+Speaks+of+Launching+%91Rahul+Hatao%92+Campaign

Mangalore, Dec 20: State Chief Minister, B S Yeddyurappa, said that a campaign, ‘Rahul Gandhi Hatao’, will be launched soon, to drive the youth Congress leader away from politics, for his remarks that Hindu society, which forms majority in the country, is terrorism-oriented. He was speaking to reporters during his visit to the city to take part in the meeting of party activists on Sunday December 19.

“Once the taluk and zilla panahcyat elections come to a close, I will hold consultations with the party leaders and party president, before initiating the said campaign. Rahul has termed Hindus as terrorists, a remark that is impossible to tolerate. We will not hesitate to launch the above campaign from Karnataka itself,” he said.

Yeddyrappa asked Sonia Gandhi to stop issuing irresponsible statements against the state government, and asked her instead, to put forth evidences and proof for her claims. He revealed that he had already written to Sonia Gandhi, explaining about the extent of land denotified during the period of former Chief Minister, S M Krishna, and the Lokayukta’s direction to recover Rs 230 crore from former Chief Minister, Dharam Singh, for violation of norms. He felt that it would be better if Sonia Gandhi gives a reply to these points, rather than levelling baseless charges. He expressed the confidence that the people will give a fitting reply to the Congress for these wrongs in the taluk and zilla panchayat elections.

He said that Bangarappa, being foresighted and intelligent, deserted the Congress party, realizing that it is a sinking ship, and congratulated the former CM for his decision. He was replying to a question raised by a journalist. Yeddyurappa also said that he had given replies to both the letters addressed to him by the Governor, and hoped that the Governor will be satisfied with the reply. About the mining activity, he claimed that the full facts and the government decisions were known to even High Court and the Supreme Court, and felt that making unnecessary insinuations about illegal mining on himself and the ministerial colleagues, was improper.
 

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