BJP ‘shopping’ MLAs in Karnataka: Congress

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Saturday accused the BJP of destabilising the government in Karnataka by bribing and pressuring MLAs of the ruling coalition to defect. “The government in Karnataka is sought to be pulled down. Democracy and Constitution are being trampled in broad daylight by the BJP government at the Centre,” Congress leader Randeep…

BJP ‘shopping’ MLAs in Karnataka: Congress

NEW DELHI: The Congress on Saturday accused the BJP of destabilising the authorities in Karnataka by bribing and pressuring MLAs of the ruling coalition to defect.

“The authorities in Karnataka is sought to be pulled down. Democracy and Structure are being trampled in huge sunlight hours by the BJP authorities at the Centre,” Congress leader Randeep Surjewala acknowledged after an emergency meeting of the birthday celebration in Delhi.

“The BJP authorities at the Centre turned into once the sigh of crores of rupees to steal MLAs, and the sigh of businesses love ED and CBI to stress them,” he acknowledged.

“The BJP is unable to abdominal a salvage Congress-JD(S) coalition authorities in Karnataka and has been making an try its biggest to steal over the MLAs,” he added.

The birthday celebration attacked PM Modi and the BJP of indulging in horse trading to destabilise the elected governments of the opposition parties.

“The unique politics of ‘Aaya Ram, Gaya Ram’ being practised by the BJP now has a unique title, ‘MODI,’- Mischeviously Orchestrated Defections in India,” the Congress leader acknowledged.

Surjewala straight charged PM Modi of spearheading efforts to destabilise non-BJP governments in a number of states. He appealed to the High Minister to ‘abide by the Structure and democratic values.’

“We now rep seen BJP making an try to engineer disaster in Arunachal, Assam, Tripura, Goa, Uttarakhand, Bengal and other states. About Bengal, the PM himself acknowledged 30 MLAs are waiting to vulgar over. Here is now not expected of a major minister,” he acknowledged.

He ducked journalists’ questions about any discussion in the birthday celebration meeting on discovering a successor to Rahul Gandhi as birthday celebration chief.


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