Siddaramaiah calls Modi ‘Hitler,’ accuses K’taka Governor of being hand in glove with BJP


    Nation Next Newsroom | May 20, 2018 15:34

    Former CM of Karnataka Siddaramaiah called PM Narendra Modi a Hitler and accused the Karnataka Governor of being ‘hand in glove’ with the BJP.
    Former chief minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah (Photo source: twitter)

    Former chief minister of Karnataka Siddaramaiah called Prime Minister Narendra Modi a Hitler. He also accused the Karnataka Governor Vajubhai Vala of being ‘hand in glove’ with the BJP.

    Terming BJP chief Amit Shah as ‘Goebbels,’ the former CM described the resignation of BS Yeddyurappa as the CM as the victory of democracy.

    Siddaramaiah also accused the PM and Amit Shah of misleading people by carrying out propaganda and giving emotional speeches. He claimed he never came across leaders like Modi and Shah and that the BJP has no respect for democracy.

    He said that Yeddyurappa had sought for only a week’s time to prove majority but the governor gave him 15 days time, to which even the Supreme Court had objected.