- People of the country know who is engaged in ‘dividing’ the country: Bommai
- Bommai said that permission would have to be taken to install the flakes.
- Congress itself had demanded to ban PFI: Bommai
Havery: Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Thursday said the people of the country know who is trying to ‘unify’ the country and who is trying to ‘divide’ it. Referring to the Bharat Jodo Yatra led by former Congress president Rahul Gandhi, he said people know who is involved in ‘Bharat Jodo’ and who is involved in ‘Todo India’. Karnataka Congress President D.K. Shivakumar had said that he would not allow a single poster of BJP to be put up.
‘Whatever Shivkumar may say, but…’
shivkumar Responding to his statement, the CM said, “Whatever Shivkumar may say, permission will have to be taken for flexing.” The same, when asked about banning the Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI), the Chief Minister said, ‘Centre has Popular Front of India But this organization has played a different role. Since SDPI is registered as a political party with the Election Commission of India, the central government has not taken any decision in this regard. Action will be taken based on the developments in the coming days.
DK Shivakumar with Congress leader Rahul Gandhi.
‘Congress itself demanded the ban’
Responding to Leader of Opposition in Legislative Council BK Hariprasad’s statement that the ban on PFI is a political stunt and an election gimmick, Bommai said what else can be expected from the Congress leader. They said that Congress He himself had demanded a ban on PFI both inside and outside the House. On the question of a section of litterateurs who supported the Bharat Jodo Yatra bommai Said that there are litterateurs on both sides in this country. Some people support the Congress, while the other class supports the BJP.