Today, the senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah called the B.S Yediyurappa as the weakest Chief Minister that Karnataka ever had. The senior leader further asked Yediyurappa to resign from his position and asserted saying, unlike him, he never indulged in the politics of hatred.
Speaking to the media people, Siddaramaiah said, “I suggest Yediyurappa should resign and go back. He is the weakest chief minister. I never acted like him when my government was in power and never indulged in the politics of hatred.”
He spoke that his party leader D. K Shivakumar was been getting denied in having bail in the money laundering case and alleged that this is the act of the incumbent state government as to keep a control on its opposition party leaders.
Siddaramaiah said that “I do not understand the problem in granting bail to Shivakumar”. Currently, Shivakumar is lodged in the Tihar jail in connection with money laundering case. Siddaramaiah went to accuse the central government is using and controlling the central agencies like Election Commission, Enforcement Directorate and the Central Bureau of Investigation as its puppet.