Kalaburagi (Karnataka) [India], May. 01 (ANI): Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's three rallies in the poll-bound Karnataka, Chief Minister Siddaramaiah on Tuesday said that he has no objection with his rallies, while adding that it would not have any impact on the people of the state.
Speaking to media here, Siddaramaiah said, "It is a democracy; we have no personal enmity with Prime Minister Modi. We have no objection to him coming here (Karnataka), but it is not going to have any impact."
"What moral right does BJP have to talk about corruption? For last 4 years, the Central Government has not appointed a Lokpal. When he was the Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi never appointed Lokayukta," he added.
"There are cases against Yeddyurappa so better he goes to jail. I have not done any crime. They (BJP) talk CBI inquiry but don't do anything. The CBI is under them. They have a split tongue," Siddaramaiah said.
Speaking on the Lingayat issue, the Chief Minister said, "Lingayat it is not an election issue for them but for BJP."
Karnataka will go to polls on May 12 to elect representatives to the 225-member state assembly. The results will be out on May 15. (ANI)