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'Why so greedy?' Mamata questions BJP over Karnataka

11-07-201911-07-2019 11:44:23 IST
2019-07-11T06:14:23.811Z11-07-2019 2019-07-11T06:14:19.687Z - - 19-10-2019

'Why so greedy?' Mamata questions BJP over Karnataka
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West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee lashed out at BJP for its conduct over the ongoing political crisis in Karnataka and alleged that the ruling party at centre was killing the democracy. 

Alleging the BJP of locking up the rebel MLAs in Mumbai, Mamata said that the constitution was in danger because of the greed of BJP. 

'We condemn this arrogant attitude of BJP' said the Trinamool Congress President. We just got to know from the media that Congress MLAs are locked up. They are preventing media from entering the area. The BJP is trying to indulge in horse-trading," said Mamata in Kolkata yesterday. 

Mamata said that if such things continue happening, democracy and the federal structure of the country will lose and that all the regional parties of the nation must come together to defeat the authoritative regime of BJP. Mamata, who has been extremely vocal in her criticism of BJP said that her support was with the regional parties and that they will not step back because of bullying from BJP.

Meanwhile, in a fresh shock to the JD(S)- Congress alliance in Karnataka, two MLAs, including Housing Minister MTB Shivakumar and K Sudhakar submitted their resignation to the speaker bringing the number of resignations in the past one week to 16. The coalition government will face serious threat if these resignations are accepted as its current tally is just 116 in the 224 member Assembly. 


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