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Poojary lambasted state and union government over Mahadayi river dispute

Poojary lambasted state and union government over Mahadayi river dispute


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Mangaluru Aug 13, 2016: Senior Congress Leader Janardhana Poojary lambasted state government and the union government over Mahadaayi river dispute but Prime Minister Narendra Modi is hesitating in solving the issue.


Poojary lambasted state and union government


Janardhana Poojary


Addressing to the press at Press Club today August 13 Saturday, he demanded the resignation of MP’s of Karnataka, today the condition of people are miserable and the government have utterly failed to find alternative way to provide water to the people. 

Narendra Modi is irresponsible and not ready to solve the issue, Modi need to call chief minister of all three state to have a quick discussion to tackle the issue, he added. 

He also said to CM Siddarammaih that, time has changed which you need to understand. People are demanding water. People’s curse will not spare us. MP’s from Karnataka should resign to teach a lesson to the central government. It is a moment’s work for PM, but he is not ready to involve. Water is the source of life, and every government should understand this, he added.

Arun Coelho, Kallige Tharnath Shetty and Karunakar Shetty were present 


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Vivian Monterio, Puttur Sat, August-13-2016, 5:17
There is no need ti make this an issue. They did not show any concern towards Yettinahole project which would not have any effect on them . Now let us support but not express it in any way
Firoz K, mangaluru Sat, August-13-2016, 5:11
It is only Poojary he is genuine in his talks that is his way of expressing. Manier times no politician is satisfied with his talks.
Krishnamurthy, Mangluru Sat, August-13-2016, 5:06
Oye what is it Sir what about Yettinahole ? Are you so serious on this issue?
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