BENGALURU: Union clergyman and previous boss pastor DV Sadananda Gowda on Friday said the Janata Dal (S)- Congress government would fall even before Lok Sabha decision results on May 23. “It’ll fall not long after in the wake of surveying is over in Karnataka on April 23,” said Gowda, who is looking for re-appointment from Bengaluru North, at a communication here.
Gotten some information about the likelihood of Operation Lotus strengthening after the surveys, he said there was no need of it as the alliance government would fall individually. Concerning analysis that he’s looking for votes in Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s name, he said Modi is a solid chief and one ought to be pleased with requesting cast a ballot in his name. He hammered Congress pioneers who state he’s outcast in Bengaluru North as his underlying foundations are in Sullia, Dakshina Kannada.
“Some baffled individuals state these things as they have been dishonorably pursued out of their home areas,” Gowda stated, a reference to previous boss priest Siddaramaiah who had lashed out at Gowda when he battled for Congress competitor Krishna Byregowda in Bengaluru North. “I’m a previous boss pastor and can challenge from any voting demographic in Karnataka,” he included.
On BJP pioneer BL Santosh’s announcement, in reference to the refusal of ticket to Tejaswini Ananth Kumar that candidature would not be chosen dependent on one’s DNA, Gowda said the central leadership’s chosen to field Tejasvi Surya from Bengaluru South and he wouldn’t prefer to remark.