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BJP protests against ‘conspiracy'

Staff Correspondent


Yogish Bhat says Government took tough decisions

He says people should look at its performance


MANGALORE: The Congress and the Janata Dal (Secular) are together “hatching a conspiracy” to topple the Bharatiya Janata Party Government in the State, MLA N. Yogish Bhat said here on Wednesday.

He said that the two parties, lead by the Congress had tried twice in the past to overthrow the BJP Government in the State, but their “conspiracy” had not succeeded, Mr. Bhat said, addressing the gathering during a protest staged by the BJP in front of the Deputy Commissioner's office. “The people of the State have given the mandate to the BJP in the last elections,” he said.

The BJP Government was facing trouble because the Chief Minister was taking “tough” decisions to prevent the resources of the State from being looted, and for inviting companies that would set up industries in the State, he said.

He asked the people to compare the achievements of previous governments in the State over the last 50 years and the development works initiated by the Yeddyurappa Government in the last two years. BJP district unit president Padmanabh Kottary was present.

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