IF NOT RESOLVED, THE PRIME MINISTER SHOULD NOT COME TO THE STATE: WRITER CHAMPA
Party protests start at Freedom Park demanding permission for Bunduri project
Freedom Park is an indefinite fast From today,
Khalsa Bunduri and Mahadai projects are different
We do not support bands, but silence can play a protest
Bengaluru. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will not need to take a clear stand on the state’s bidder project, said Chairman of the People’s Party’s campaign committee, Champa.
Speaking at the indefinite fast-track protest at the Freedom Park in the city, he said, “National political parties are very discriminating in resolving the issue of bitter issue. Moreover, it is surprising that Prime Minister has so far left the lip. Prime Minister Narendra Modi told reporters here that the Prime Minister’s visit to Bangalore on February 4 had to be made clear in the matter.
Speaking on the occasion, Dr. D Ayyappa, the president of the Janata Samaj Party, headed by a protest march, the Kalsa Bunduri Nala Project and the Mahadai Tiruvar Project are two different. The plan is very different from the one that is in the same area. The Mahadai Project relates to the river and there has been no reflection of water
sharing between Karnataka, Goa and Maharashtra. In this context this dispute can not be found in any possible logical ending.
But Prime Ministers who are responding to minor problems are being discriminated against by a lingering problem of a state.
It is not okay for prime ministers to go to poll campaigns in the state without responding to the flames of Karnataka. Moreover, it is not okay for Prime Ministers to address such problems and call the bandh on the coming day and disturb the common man. Everyone has the opportunity to protest in Gandhiji’s birthplace. In the case of problems with groundwater, it is essential that everyone should fight fiercely.
The leaders who called for Bandh in this background should join us in protest. Ayyappa appealed to the people to avoid the problems that are happening to the common people.
Vijay Kulkarni, president of Yuva Central Committee, said that the Prime Minister should intervene in the matter of the bailout and get settled outside of the judiciary. He also said that the protests will continue till the verification letter is available. If the Prime Minister does not give political water to the state, there is no need to come to the state.
The protest was attended by hundreds of people, including party’s founding president TV Satish and party spokesperson Nagaraj Hangal. protest will continue this afternoon tomorrow.