Democracy under threat, save it; Deve Gowda appeals to voters
By New Indian Express 19-Aug-2019
यह भी पढ़ें: सऊदी अरब करेगा भारत में सबसे बड़ा निवेश
Addressing JDS workers in Mahalakshmi Layout in Bengaluru, Gowda said he will visit every single ward in the Assembly constituency to ensure that his party retains the seat in the bypolls.“I have taken it as a challenge,” he said, and asked JDS workers to start preparing for the elections. “We did everything for Gopalaiah and also considered his demand to make his wife Bengaluru Deputy Mayor. He left the party and his wife is now planning to join BJP to become mayor. We have to tell the people that K Gopalaiah was among the JDS rebel legislators who abstained from HD Kumarawamy’s trust vote and helped the BJP pull down the coalition government.”
Taking a dig at Gopalaiah, the former PM said he will not make personal comments against anyone, even if the person left the party for money.He said Gopalaiah is backed by some unseen powers. “There is some other reason behind it and I will not speak about it now. I will come to every ward to defeat Gopalaiah who has money power,” he said, adding that the party has full confidence in the people of the constituency.
Gowda said that democracy in the country is under threat, and India is heading towards a dictatorial system. “We have to fight it. People must support us to send out a message against such a system, and also show that regional parties are still relevant,” he said.
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