Kumta: "Vote for JDS, bring it to rule": HD Kumaraswamy

Source: S.O. News Service | By Sajjad Qazi | Published on 17th May 2017, 1:17 AM | Coastal News | Don't Miss |

Kumta: The former chief minister of Karnataka HD Kumaraswamy on his Kumta visit on 13th May, said that people of Karnataka are disappointed with the BJP and Congress. So he appealed to vote for changes in the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections and make JDS as the next ruling party in the state.

He further said that, in the upcoming Vidhan Sabha elections, JDS will be winning 113 seats from different regions of the state, in which Kumta too is included. He added saying that if he would become the chief minister of Karnataka, he won't be neglecting people, rather he ensured he will fulfill the demands of people who come to him. When asked to Kumaraswamy about Kumta, Ex MLA Dinkar Shetty for his party changing from JDS to BJP, he whispered saying, "When it is not at all guaranteed for him to get a ticket from BJP, then what I can say about him?".

Swamy further said, "There are many temporary lecturers in degree college waiting for a grant to become permanent. If I become chief minister, I will promise to make them permanent lecturers."

On this occasion district JDS youth wing president Bhaskar Patgar, Naoorulla of Indian Hardware, Kumta, Rohidas Naik, Muhammad Dawood, District president of JDS B.R Naik, Pradeep Naik, Shafi Shaikh amongst many others were present.

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