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Rai breaks silence on Yettinahole; says all leaders are equally responsible

Rai breaks silence on Yettinahole; says all leaders are equally responsible

Mangalore Today News Network

Mangaluru, March 19, 2016  : DK District in-charge Minister and State Minister for Forest and Ecology B Ramanatha Rai has finally broken his silence on the controversial Yettinahole Project and  has accused the opposition of resorting to a negative campaign against the Project merely to gain political mileage.


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Speaking to reporters at Circuit House here on March 19, Saturday, he said  leaders of all parties are equally responsible as far as Yettinahole project is concerned.

He also  questioned why the BJP leaders who are now opposing the project were  silent when the then CM DV Sadananda Gowda implemented it. He further wanted to know why the present  chief minister is being blamed for the project .

Rai further stated that if at all the project should be stopped there is a need for all leaders irrespective of party affiliations  to unite.

He even pointed out how he had protested against the Netravathi River Diversion Project was first mooted.

He  said as blamed by others he was not silent but was trying  to discuss the issue with leaders.

To a question as to who will be responsible if the project costing nearly Rs 13,000 crores was a failure, Rai said all parties and leaders would be responsible for the same.

He also charged the BJP of only trying to fool the people through it’s  so called campaign  against the project and made it clear that neither him nor the CM should be blamed.

Harinath, Mayor, Ibrahim Kodijal, MUDA Chairman, Shashidhar Hegde, former mayor and Mithun Rai, Youth Congress Leader were present.

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