KPCC working president Saleem Ahmed, at a press conference in Mangaluru on Sunday.
A conference of Congress MLAs to be chaired by senior celebration leader Siddaramaiah on September 16 will go over methods to corner the B.S. Yediyurappa government in the upcoming legislature session by highlighting concerns like the alleged corruption in the procurement of COVID-19 care appliances and failure in including sale and consumption of drugs, Saleem Ahmed, president, Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee, said here on Sunday.
Talking to press reporters, Mr. Ahmed stated Congress legislators will take part in the legislature session. There was no question of staying away for worry of COVID-19 So far, 1,336 questions were submitted to the Speaker and the Chairman of Karnataka Legislative Assembly and the Council.
The State federal government has stopped working to answer concerns raised by the Congress on alleged corrupt practices in the procurement of material for COVID-19 care. The violence in D.J. Halli police headquarters limitations has shown the bad state of order circumstance. The federal government has actually stopped working in getting support from the Centre to compensate losses sustained by floods. “The CLP will talk about these concerns and bring out a strategy to highlight the faults of the State federal government,” he stated.
Taking exception to a declaration by MLC Ravi Kumar about the likely arrest of some lawmakers for their alleged links with drug peddlers, Mr. Ahmed said political leaders should excise restraint when authorities are inquiring in the concern. The Congress does not support any person involved in the peddling of narcotic drugs and will take action against MLA B.Z. Zameer Ahmed Khan if the inquiry reveals the latter’s declared links with drugs, he stated.
He said core committees will be formed in Dakshina Kannada and in other district party systems to resolve organizational concerns within and prepare the celebration to deal with the coming elections to the gram panchayats and the 2023 State Assembly elections. The core committees will be headed by the District Congress presidents and will not supersede the District Congress Committee, he included.