Mysuru (Karnataka) [India], Jan. 25 (ANI): Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) President Amit Shah on Thursday accused the Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah-led government of not taking any action against those involved in the killing of their party and Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) workers in the state.
Shah, while addressing a Parivartana rally here, assured that the BJP government would bring the culprits to justice after coming to power in the state.
"More than 20 RSS-BJP karyakartas have been murdered in the state in last 4 years but Siddaramaiah govt has let the murderers go scot-free. BJP govt will bring them to justice come what may, after forming the government in the state", he said.
Talking about the Parivartan Yatra, the BJP chief said they started it to bring changes not only in the government, but also in the lives of the people.
"Yatra is also to bring change in the lives of youth and to give security to the women of Karnataka", he continued. (ANI)