Raichur , Sep 30 (GCCurrentAffairs) In a sarcastic remark to Karnataka Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa statement that he was “walking a tight-rope”, senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah here on Monday said the BJP leader should resign otherwise he would fall.
Addressing a press conference, Mr Siddaramaiah said, ” I suggest Mr Yeddiyurappa should resigned and go back home. He is the weakest Chief Minister I ever saw in my political carrier.”
Alleging that Mr Yeddiyurappa was indulged in vendetta politics, the former chief minister said,”Neither I acted like him when my government was in power nor indulged in politics of hatred”.
Mr Siddramaiah alleged that the Union Government was misusing Enforcement Directorate and other investigating agencies and even the Election Commission of India against the Opposition leaders.
He claimed that the Union and State government have failed to give compensation to the victims of flood related incidents in the state even after 50 days.
More than 80 people were killed in rain-related incidents in the state and Prime Minister Narendra Modi did not even bothered to visit the flood-hit region, the senior Congress leader alleged.