BJP has hatched conspiracy to change the Constitution, says CM Siddaramaiah

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BENGALURU: Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said the BJP believes in a “dictatorial attitude” and has hatched a conspiracy to change the Constitution. He said the BJP does not need a majority for the prosperity of the country or for the poor, but only to change the Constitution.

“To change the Constitution is the BJP’s hidden agenda. The poor, backward, minorities of the entire country should oppose this idea of BJP. If the Constitution is changed, there will be bloodshed in the country. PM Narendra Modi is expressing his thoughts through Anantkumar Hegde”, the CM added.

Responding to the BJP’s statement that Anantkumar Hegde’s statement is personal, the CM asked, “How will the statement of Ananth Kumar, a senior leader who was in the cabinet and a sitting MP, be personal? They have no faith in democracy, but intend to implement the principles of Manusmriti. Our Constitution has the principle of building an egalitarian society, where freedom, equality and fraternity play an important role”, he said.

Reacting to Congress’ second list for the Lok Sabha elections, he said, “The screening committee meeting is being held today and recommendations will be made. The decision will be taken by the National Election Committee.”

To facilitate the event of the Food Department under one roof, the foundation stone for ‘Ahaara Soudha’ was laid on March 11. On the occasion, he said, “Annabhagya Guarantee Scheme is being implemented by the food department which is one of the important departments of the government”. (ANI)

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