HD Kumaraswamy is heading to Karnataka’s villages to ‘reconnect’ after Lok Sabha poll loss
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HD Kumaraswamy is heading to Karnataka’s villages to ‘reconnect’ after Lok Sabha poll loss

By The Print calender  03-Jun-2019

HD Kumaraswamy is heading to Karnataka’s villages to ‘reconnect’ after Lok Sabha poll loss

Karnataka chief minister H.D. Kumaraswamy is set to launch a village stay programme in a bid to reconnect with the people after receiving a drubbing in the Lok Sabha elections. On Sunday, Kumaraswamy took to Twitter to announce the move, saying his effort would be to “mingle with people, understand their problems and get feedback on the government’s work”. 

The Karnataka CM will begin ‘Grama Vastavya 2.0’ next week, said sources in the chief minister’s office (CMO), adding that the focus will be on farmers.
In 2006-07, during his 20-month tenure as chief minister, Kumaraswamy had launched the first edition of the programme too much popularity. At the time, he stayed in 47 villages, including the house of an HIV patient which caught the attention of Hollywood actor and activist Richard Gere.
However, unlike the last programme, the CM will stay in government schools this time. He is likely to travel on weekends and hold corner meetings during the day.

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