After being denied ticket, Congress leader Brijesh Kalappa says, “I hate tears Pushpa”

brijeshkalappaCongress leader and Supreme Court advocate, Brijesh Kalappa who was denied a ticket used an iconic Rajesh Khanna dialogue on his Facebook page. He expressed his disappointment at being overlooked for a ticket from the Madikeri assembly constituency which was finally given to former state public prosecutor of Karnataka, H S Chandramouli.

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Congress does not practise Hindutva, we follow Hinduism”

The Congress says it is confident of winning the Karnataka assembly elections 2018. All parties are currently in election mode and each one is putting his or her best leg forward to ensure that they win this prestigious state.

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Bengaluru: Intimation about demolition was given 6 months back

VBKN12-BANG-DEMOLITI_12169fBengaluru, Aug 11: Bengaluru has been witnessing a major demolition drive in a bid to clear out encroachments on the storm water drains. Many have complained that they did not have enough time and the authorities have taken them by surprise.
The legal advisor to the Government of Karnataka, Brijesh Kalappa says that there was an intimation that such a drive would be undertaken for the past six months.
“The markings of the properties to be demolished to clear up the encroachments was done six months back itself. It was an action that had to be taken in the interest of the city,” Kalappa tells OneIndia.

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Mahadayi row: K’taka to hold all party meeting next week

mahadayiBengaluru, July 28: An all party meeting has been scheduled for next week to decide on the next course of action following the tribunal’s verdict on the Mahadayi water dispute.
Legal advisor to the Government of Karnataka, Brijesh Kalappa informed OneIndia that all decisions relating to water and borders are decided in all party meetings.

Interview- Mekedatu will benefit all

On Saturday, Karnataka witnessed yet another protest on the Mekedatu issue and normal life was crippled between dawn and dusk. Two states, Karnataka and Tamil Nadu have argued and counter argued over this issue, but then the real solution will be available only if there is a political will and the Cauvery Waters Tribunal before which this issue is pending since 2007 decides on the matter.
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