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JD(S) to launch Statewide campaign

Special Correspondent

BANGALORE: The Janata Dal (S) will launch a Statewide campaign from December 1 to expose the “misdeeds” of the Yeddyurappa Government.

According to a statement from the office of JD(S) State unit president H.D. Kumaraswamy, who is away in New Delhi, the party's campaign will start from Bidar and will cover 150 taluks before reaching Chamarajanagar. The party activists will ready tableaux depicting the failure of the Government to come to the aid of the flood victims of north Karnataka, its alleged involvement in land scams and other “misdeeds.”

The campaign will make stopovers at villages and seek to create awareness among the people about the alleged indifference of the Government to the people.

Mr. Kumaraswamy came down on the BJP's central leadership for deciding to continue with Mr. Yeddyurappa as the Chief Minister despite “damning” evidence of his involvement in cases of “corruption and nepotism”.

“It is unfortunate that the BJP central leadership is more bothered about protecting Mr. Yeddyurappa than about development in the State,” he said.

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