Published: Mon, January 08, 2018
Global Media | By Garry Long

UP farmers dump potatoes in price protest

UP farmers dump potatoes in price protest

"Let Yogi Adityanath set right the jungle raj in Uttar Pradesh first, save the children dying in hospitals before advising us", Siddaramaiah said in an earlier tweet. When you are here please visit a Indira Canteen and a ration shop.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath and Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Sunday engaged in a war of words on Twitter, hours after Adityanath entered Bengaluru with a massive rally in the poll-bound state.

Siddaramaiah also tweeted, "We welcome dignitaries from other states to come, and learn from CM @siddaramaiah's Karnataka Model of Governance".

Uttar Pradesh chief minister Yogi Adityanath Lucknow woke up on Saturday to the sight of tonnes of potatoes strewn on the roads.

The UP CM highlighted the issue of farmers'suicide and transfer of honest officers in Karnataka.

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Mr. Adityanath had made the same association to Ramayana, when he addressed a similar election rally at Hubballi on December 22.

Addressing about 50,000 people at the function here as part of the BJP's 90-day statewide "Nava Karnataka Nirmana Pari-varthana Yatra", Adityanath, speaking in Hindi, said Karnataka stagnated in development over the last four years under the Congress, which had failed to implement various schemes of the Modi government.

If he (Siddaramaiah) is a Hindu, why did he and the Congress party oppose the bill?. Leader of Bharatiya Kisan Union (BKU) Harnam Singh Verma said that the farmers were not getting remunerative price for their produce and they do not know where to keep them and accused the state government of not fulfilling its promises. He also targeted Mr Siddaramaiah for remembering his Hindu roots, "just as Congress president Rahul Gandhi went to temple after temple during the Gujarat election", he said.

"During the tenure of the previous BJP regime, the government introduced the Anti-Cow Slaughter Bill in the Karnataka Assembly".

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