BJP does not need the support of any political party, says Prasad

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The BJP does not need the support of any political party: Prasad

Srinivas Prasad ridiculed JD (S) MLA GT Devegowda and opposition leader Siddaramaiah for coming together in recent days

V Srinivas Prasad.  Credit: DH Photo

Chamarajanagar V MP Srinivas Prasad said on Tuesday that the BJP had its own strength to face the MLC elections for local constituencies and did not need the support of any other political party.

Speaking at a press conference here, Prasad said: “The BJP has its own strength and the leaders of the JD (S) have asked for the support of the BJP in six constituencies where it has presented candidates. Our leader BS Yediyurappa said that it would be useful for the BJP if the JD (S) extends its support where the party has not fielded candidates.However, the party’s high command will take an appeal.

Srinivas Prasad has ridiculed JD (S) MLA GT Devegowda and opposition leader Siddaramaiah for coming together in recent days.

“Siddaramaiah suffered the worst defeat against Devegowda in the 2018 parliamentary elections. It was like a battleground in the Chamundeshwari segment of the Assembly. Devegowda brought in JD (S) HD leader Kumaraswamy and launched ‘Janata Parva’ from Chamundeshwari constituency to defeat Siddaramaiah, but now the political rivalries are escalating and it is shameful, ”he said.

Prasad said, “Siddaramaiah is hungry for power and he fled to Badami in 2018. Siddaramaiah does not need to run in two constituencies in the 2018 election and that shows his weakness. He accidentally won in Badami and became the leader of the opposition. “

The minister in charge of the district ST Somashekar and the BJP candidate in the MLC polls Kautilya R Raghu were present.

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