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CPI(M) protests Chief Minister's action

Staff Correspondent

MANGALORE: Activists of the Dakshina Kannada unit of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) on Wednesday protested against Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa for spending public money on his visit to Dharmastala on June 27 and causing inconvenience to the people.

The activists questioned the way Mr. Yeddyurappa spent Rs. 30 lakh on advertisements in various newspapers announcing his intention to swear before Lord Manjunatheswara. The Chief Minister had no right to spend public money on such actions, the activists said.

The protest was part of the State-wide campaign launched by the CPI(M).

B. Madhava, district CPI (M) secretary, said Mr. Yeddyurappa's action of announcing his intention to swear before Lord Manjunatheswara and then cancelling it was nothing but to divert the attention of the people from the issue of non performance of his government.

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