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       Isaac censures Yeddyurappa's swearing-in ceremony
         Posted on :17:39:04 May 17, 2018
       Last edited on:17:39:04 May 17, 2018
         Tags: Isaac, Yeddyurappa, swearing-in ceremony

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Finance Minister Thomas has criticised the swearing in of Yeddyurappa as Karnataka chief minister, saying that it showed the challenge that anyone can buy people’s representatives by splashing out on them.

By allowing the leader of a party without single majority to take oath as the chief minister, the governor has pushed the democracy into the immorality of horse-trading.

“To prove the majority, there is only one way before the BJP – to pull out MLAS from the Opposition side or to make them resign, there is no other way but to lavish crores of money. The nod received from the apex legal establishment in this case a hint at the dangerous future that awaits the nation,” he jotted on his Facebook page.

Isaac asks how the authorities concerned forgot the recent development in Goa, Manipur and Meghalaya. The new development evidences the BJP's commitment towards gold mine mafia and their treasury. In 60-member Meghalaya assembly, BJP got only two seats but still they managed to form the government and the governor didn't have any prick of conscience about it.   

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