Bangalore: Karnataka BJP MLA holds one-man protest at Vidhana Soudha, demands flood relief for Mudigere

M P Kumaraswamy, a BJP MLA addressing Mudigere Assembly electorate, sat on a one-man fight outside Bengaluru’s Vidhana Soudha on Thursday requesting the Basavaraj Bommai-drove government to deliver alleviation assets towards his voting demographic which was influenced by floods last month.

The MLA requested that his electorate in Chikkamagaluru area ought to be considered for alleviation assets according to the standards of the National Disaster Response Fund (NDRF) and the State Disaster Response Fund (SDRF).

“I wouldn’t care to determine why other (electorates) got reserves this time. However, on the off chance that Shivamogga city (addressed by senior BJP serve K S Eshwarappa) goes under NDRF, for what reason isn’t Mudigere, that got 900 mm precipitation, not brought under something very similar?” he addressed.

Further, addressing columnists as he sat before the Mahatma Gandhi sculpture in Vidhana Soudha, Kumaraswamy featured that his voting demographic was “disregarded over and over”. He clarified, “It took us 15 days to recuperate the groups of the perished in the wake of confronting serious floods in 2019 when six individuals were washed away. Individuals had then lost homes and espresso homes, yet got no alleviation as we were dismissed. We didn’t raise many alerts then yet this has rehashed after the floods last year and this time.”

In the mean time, Kumaraswamy added, “Notwithstanding our own party being in power, there is disregard. The circumstance was better when (H D) Kumaraswamy (of the JDS) was the CM in the main year after I was chosen (in 2018). Tending to my solicitation, he had designated concedes then, at that point.”

The MLA was seen with a notice requesting CM Bommai to deliver NDRF and SDRF assets for Mudigere and to repay the individuals who lost homes, land and yields in his voting public.

Notwithstanding, the lawmaker couldn’t meet Bommai as the CM was on a visit to Udupi on Thursday. “Income Minister R Ashoka met Kumaraswamy after which he guaranteed the Mudigere MLA to guarantee that the issue would be addressed and brought to the notification of the CM,” sources in the party told The

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