Bangalore: Karnataka has been in constant discussion since the Lok Sabha elections. There is some sort of political upheaval there. The latest issue is the controversy over the arrest of senior Congress leader and former minister DK Shivakumar in the state. There is a lot of fierce dialogue between the ruling BJP and Congress in the state regarding this issue. A few days ago, the state BJP chief Nalin Kumar informed the former CM Siddaramaiah behind the arrest. Siddaramaiah biffed on this. He said that this statement is wrong and motivated by politics.
There is no truth in this. This is completely untrue. I pity them, they have little common sense. ' Nalin Kumar accused Siddaramaiah in the arrest case of DK Shivakumar. He had said, 'I suspect Siddaramaiah behind the DK Shivkumar case. I think Siddaramaiah did it because DK Shivakumar's stature was growing fast. '
Ever since the arrest of DK Shivakumar, Congress leaders have been continuously accusing the government. The Enforcement Directorate arrested Congress leader DK Shivakumar on 3 September under the Prevention of Money Laundering Act. DK Shivkumar was on target of income tax and ID since the demonetisation of 2016. On 29 August, the Karnataka High Court dismissed a petition challenging the summons issued by Edi in December 2018. They will remain in custody till 13 September. Let us know that Shivkumar is considered a troubleshooter of Karnataka Congress.
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