Corruption charges, Rain Havoc, Infra of Bengaluru possibly to do Karnataka Assembly consultation today; Siddaramaiah demanding Situations Bommai for open dialogue on corruption
With torrential rains in Bengaluru exposing its infrastructure problems, the city’s sitting lawmakers and their political parties seem very worried about the election prospects.
The ten-day long monsoon session of the Karnataka Legislative Assembly, which could start in Vidhana Soudha here on Monday, is likely to be stormy as opposition parties are ready to corner the BJP led by Basavaraj Bommai.
The government on a number of issues such as corruption charges, alleged scams, rains and related infrastructure issues among others. This session, which will last until the 23rd of the Gregorian calendar, is very important because it came at a time when the political parties have started preparations for the elections to the Assembly, which should be controlled by March-April from next year.
Meanwhile, top Congress leader Siddaramaiah on Sunday challenged Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai to an open discussion on corruption at a time and place of his choosing. The former chief minister, in a series of tweets, remarked that BJP leaders, saying they would expose his government’s scandals, challenged them to try to do so. (PTI)
In other News, the provincial government may increase the solatium for the family members of the Forest Martyrs from Rs thirty hundred thousand to Rs fifty lakh, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai proclaimed on Sunday. speaking while paying tribute to the martyrs in an incident as part of the National Forest Martyrs Day-2022.
Bommai mentioned that his first bachelor, Yediyurappa, raised solatium from Rs 20 lakh to Rs 30 lakh. He said the government will see to the appointment of family members of martyrs on compassionate grounds and their welfare with utmost sympathy. “You shield the forest, the government will protect you,” he said.
Political parties are playing the blame game over the ravages of rain in Bengaluru as Assembly polls
Bangalore, Sep 11 (PTI) — With torrential rains in Bangalore exposing its infrastructure problems, the city’s sitting lawmakers and political events appear to be heavily involved in the election outlook, amid anti-incumbency fears and public anxiety. towards their.
Assembly polls are a little more than in seven months, and elections for the city’s civic cadre, the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP), are predicted Later this year.
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