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Amid Coronavirus Crisis, HD Kumaraswamy Backs BS Yediyurappa

Amid Coronavirus Crisis, HD Kumaraswamy Backs BS Yediyurappa

HD Kumaraswamy welcomed BS Yediyurappa’s resolve “in dealing with communal hate mongers” (File)

Bangalore:

Former Karnataka Chief Minister, HD Kumaraswamy of the Janata Dal Secular, on Wednesday got here out in help of the person who took his job – the BJP’s BS Yediyurappa.

In an interview to a neighborhood Kannada channel, TV9, Chief Minister Yediyurappa had mentioned the Muslim group was extending help within the combat in opposition to coronavirus and no one ought to converse in opposition to them. The chief minister mentioned the entire group shouldn’t be held chargeable for any specific incident, referencing to the Tablighi Jamaat’s congregation in Delhi which grew to become the hotspot for coronavirus instances in Delhi, and that he would take motion in opposition to those that spoke in opposition to the group.

Mr Kumaraswamy tweeted, “I welcome and whole heartedly support the resolve shown by Shri B S Yeddyurapppa in dealing with communal hate mongers in times of #COVID19 crisis. Despite the CM’s warning, many media houses are engaged in fanning the communal frenzy. (sic)”

Some of Mr Yediyurappa’s personal get together colleagues within the state like Shoba Karandlaje and CT Ravi have made controversial remarks on the problem. Mr Kumaraswamy’s message included: “The CM should also order his party colleagues not to air communally sensitive opinions.”

As in different states, individuals from Karnataka who returned from the Tablighi Jamaat congregation in Delhi, have examined constructive for the novel coronavirus. The chief minister had just lately known as a gathering of Muslim leaders to speak to them concerning the want for individuals who had attended the gathering to report back to authorities and get checked for COVID-19. He mentioned he has been assured of cooperation on this regard.

175 individuals have thus far examined constructive for coronavirus in Karnataka, of which 4 have died and 25 have recovered.

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