CM Siddaramaiah sends authorised notice to PM, Shah

NEW DELHI: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah currently sent a authorised notice for rapist and polite insult to BJP, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi,

Amit Shah
and Yeddyurappa over

allegations of corruption
leveled opposite a Congress leader.

In a notice, Siddaramaiah’s warn cited instances of domestic advertisements published by a BJP and speeches delivered by PM Modi during choosing rallies and indicted a saffron celebration of compelling a “false” and “defamatory” promotion opposite his client.

The notice contained excerpts and phrases from PM Modi’s speeches delivered during a choosing rallies and pronounced that a PM has intentionally and unabatedly done several “defamatory” and “untrue” statements opposite a Karnataka arch minister.

“Advertisements are being published usually for a purpose of harming a picture of my customer and a Indian National Congress Party,” a notice read.

Siddaramaiah’s warn pronounced that a allegations opposite his customer are “false”, “fabricated”, and “politically motivated”.

Yesterday, a BJP had indicted a Karnataka arch apportion of ‘aiding, abetting, safeguarding and promoting’ a intrigue of private investors in an purported Ponzi intrigue run by a company.

Party orator Sambit Patra had pronounced that a saffron celebration will be filing a censure with a administrator to permit a charge of Siddaramaiah for traffic with a company.

“The association is announced as a hazard to inhabitant confidence by a Serious Frauds Investigation Office (SFIO),” Patra alleged.

The BJP also sought to know either Siddaramaiah perceived a dear Hublot watch for ‘facilitating’ a company, QI Group of Companies, headed by Vijay Eswaran, to work in a state.

Embroiled in a debate over a diamond-studded Hublot watch in Mar 2016, Siddaramaiah had handed it over to a Assembly speaker, seeking him to make it a state asset.

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