The saffron party Bharatiya Janata Party which wants to foray into the southern states had managed to form its government in Karnataka after a lot of twists and turns. Senior leader B. S. Yediyurappa was made the Chief Minister. Due to internal fights and issues, he could not finish his term and was removed from his post.
As Yediyurappa’s replacement, Basavaraj Bommai was given the CM post. As the worst nightmare for him and his governance, his government has been facing serious charges of corruption. Many contractors and builders had openly alleged that they are unable to run the business as the majority of their earnings goes to the pocket of the leaders.
Making it tough for the Bommai government, a few contracts are believed to have taken their lives by committing suicide. Due to growing criticism, the rural development Minister of Karnataka KS Eswarappa had stepped down from his position.
As if that is not enough, an MLA from Karnataka had alleged that he was offered the Chief Minister post if he is ready to pay a sum of Rs 2,500 crores. Having said that, the MLA urged everyone to be safe from such people who say they will make meet the big people.
With the fight between TRS and BJP turning intense, Telangana IT Minister KTR had used the same charges to target the saffron party. He had shot a straight question to Rajya Sabha member and the national president of the Bharatiya Janata Party J. P. Nadda.
He asked if Nadda would like to make any comments on this as the BJP MLA is saying that he was offered the CM post and even the contractors and Mutt seers are alleging that they are paying commission. KTR even asked if he would like to give any orders to CBI and ED.
KTR had made the best out of the unexpected opportunity given by the BJP MLA. Without letting the same go off easily, KTR took a serious dig at the BJP. The saffron party is yet to respond to the big attack from the ruling party in TRS.