K’taka Cong leader MR Seetharam slams party, to meet supporters on next move | Bengaluru

Former state minister and former state minister of the Karnataka Congress, MR Sitaram, on Friday publicly rebuked the party leadership, accusing him of doing it unfairly for years. The leader, who has been frustrated over the past few days due to repeated ticket refusal, has called a meeting of his supporters next month to announce whether or not to stay in Congress.

Sitaram said, “I am not disappointed with the leaders who run the party.

Addressing a gathering of his supporters, including the Balija community, at the palace grounds here, Sitaram said that Congress general secretary KC Venugopal had asked him to contest from Malleswaram during the 2018 assembly elections, but he had said. He cannot contest the seat by saying that the party must field him from the same constituency in the 2013 election.

I had to re-nominate myself in the subsequent MLC election. I renamed CM Ibrahim (who is now in JDS) and K. Govindraj for not doing as I told them. He added.

Sitaram belongs to a family that runs the renowned MS Ramaiah brand of education and healthcare institutions in Bangalore and their Balija community has substantial votes in nearly 40 assembly constituencies.

If some party leaders say that they will be the MLC candidate by 2020, I have not got a ticket. And a Muslim should be pardoned. “

Considering his allegiance to former chief minister Siddaramaiah, he alleged that party leaders had been wronged four times. Sitaram, who referred to his son and former president of the Karnataka Pradesh Youth Congress Committee as a “gift” to Raksha Ramaiah as the national general secretary of the Indian Youth Congress, stressed that Raksha was not allowed to complete his full term as a youth Congress president. Just as Mohammed Harris, son of Shantinagar MLA NA Haris, had to give way to Nalapad.

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