Basavaraj Bommai has declared that the Congress party will be completely deactivated in Karnataka . Bommai said that the Congress had ruled Karnataka for the maximum time .
Bengaluru (Karnataka), (India), December 8: Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has declared that the Congress party will be completely deactivated in Karnataka.Bommai said that the Congress had ruled Karnataka for the maximum time and that their administrations did nothing but harm to the people of the state.However, the Congress leadership has lost its standing and position all around the country as a result of its ideology of seeking votes on the basis of race, dividing people on ethnic boundaries, creating sub-castes, and claiming to be champions of Dalits, Backward classes, and Minorities.All of those groups have been awakened recently.The life of these communities should have been greatly enhanced if the money was expended on their improvement.They haven't been able to improve financially, socially, or academically.The state was limping under Siddaramaiah, despite the fact that when the Congress leader was the chief minister, the financial situation was in a bad shape.And yet, the Siddaramaiah Government gave the Karnatakaans a Rs 2 lakh crore loan. In its five-year mandate, the BJP has spent Rs 32,000 crore to irrigate 7 lakh hectares of land.In comparison, the Congress government irrigated only 2 lakh acres by spending Rs 54,000 crore over its five-year term, according to Bommai, who asked: Where does the money go?The chief minister said that the Lokayukta institute was shut down to begin the Anti-Corruption Bureau (ACB) because over 50 cases against the then chief minister and his cabinet colleagues were pending.Many government departments were looted for five years, and they didn't spare any of the rice provided to the poor under the Anna Bhagya Scheme, he said. The BJP has gained support in Kunigal, Tumkur Rural, Koratagere, and Madhugiri by a small margin in the 2018 Assembly polls, and in the next election, the saffron party will dominate all the seats, according to Bommai.Former MP Mudda Hanumegowda, and former MLC Ashwath Narayana were also present in the Jan Sankalp Yatra.