Goonda govt in power in Karnataka: Javadekar

The upcoming Assembly elections in Karnataka are not a fight between parties but is a contest between “Goonda culture” and good governance, said BJP state in-charge Prakash Javadekar.

“A goonda government is in power in Karnataka. While police protect law-abiding citizens elsehwere, police themselves have no protection in Karnataka,” Javadekar said. He was speaking in Karwar after launching “Mangaluru Chalo” Janasurkasha Yatre on Saturday. Javadekar, who is also a Union minister, said that the “inclusive development” was the hallmark of the BJP while Congress followed divid-and-rule policy.

Union Minister Anantkumar Hegde said that the state had witnessed unprecedented murders, rape and assaults in the last four years. He claimed that law and order had completely collapsed in Karnataka.

The upcoming Assembly elections in Karnataka are not a fight between parties but is a contest between “Goonda culture” and good governance, said BJP state in-charge Prakash Javadekar.

“A goonda government is in power in Karnataka. While police protect law-abiding citizens elsehwere, police themselves have no protection in Karnataka,” Javadekar said. He was speaking in Karwar after launching “Mangaluru Chalo” Janasurkasha Yatre on Saturday. Javadekar, who is also a Union minister, said that the “inclusive development” was the hallmark of the BJP while Congress followed divid-and-rule policy.

Union Minister Anantkumar Hegde said that the state had witnessed unprecedented murders, rape and assaults in the last four years. He claimed that law and order had completely collapsed in Karnataka.

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