Herald: Waive farm loans or face statewide bandh, Yeddyurappa tells Kumaraswamy
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Waive farm loans or face statewide bandh, Yeddyurappa tells Kumaraswamy

26 May 2018 05:34am IST
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26 May 2018 05:34am IST

PTI, BENGALURU: In a fierce attack on the coalition government headed by H D Kumaraswamy, BJP state chief B S Yeddyurappa today termed it "unholy" and announced a state-wide bandh on Monday if farm loans worth Rs 53,000 crore were not waived by then.

In a combative mode, Yeddyurappa particularly targetted Kumaraswamy and his father, former prime minister H D Deve Gowda, often with personal attacks, and told the Congress members that "the father and sons will finish the Congress."   

Repeatedly taunting Congress members during his speech after the chief minister sought the vote of confidence in the assembly, Yeddyurappa alleged that the chief minister was known for "betrayals" and told them he had no objection "if you want to go in the sinking ship of Kumaraswamy." Yeddyurappa even went to the extent of saying, "our fight is not against the Congress but against the Gowda

family..."    He said the Congress-JDS coalition had defied the popular mandate and the government was on "daily wages." "This is an unholy coalition...", Yeddyurappa said, adding, both the parties had joined hands only with the sole aim of keeping the BJP out of power.

Hitting out at the JDS, he said its candidates had lost deposit in 121 constituencies and it had not won even a single seat in 16 districts. Yeddyurappa said he had committed an "unpardonable

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