Chief minister Siddaramaiah has expressed confidence that the congress party will win in three states in the five-state elections. Speaking to reporters, he said, "We will win in three states. We will win in Chhattisgarh, telangana and Madhya Pradesh. chief minister Siddaramaiah has expressed confidence that the congress party will win in three states in the five-state elections. Speaking to reporters, he said, "We will win in three states. We will win in Chhattisgarh, telangana and Madhya Pradesh. He said there was a little difficulty in rajasthan and there was a 50:50 chance. We are hopeful for Mizoram as well. He said that apart from winning the five-state elections, we will also win the lok sabha elections.
Strong advocacy on caste census: chief minister Siddaramaiah has strongly advocated the need for the report after widespread opposition to the caste census report conducted by the Permanent backward classes Commission. Speaking at the inauguration of the Kanakadasa Jayanti organized by the Department of kannada and culture at Rabindra Kalakshetra, he said that 168 crores. I started the caste census report with the grant. Caste census is not immediately applauded. He retorted at the critics that they should not know who did it and why they did it.
Ambedkar said that a casteless and classless equal society should be built. The court used to ask for figures to give schemes to the backward. I ordered a caste census first in the country as the record was required. But the report was not accepted by HD Kumaraswamy, who was the chief minister at that time. He expressed sadness that he would applaud them too. Siddaramaiah looked at all those who were present on the platform and asked if they should know the whereabouts of Deputy chief minister DK Shivakumar, minister Shivraj Thangadagi and Legislative Council Member Naseer Ahmed.
The previous bjp government did not celebrate Kanakadasa Jayanti for the last three years. You didn't ask why they stopped. You go behind everyone. Be with those who are with you, protect and help you. He called on the pastoral community not to applaud everyone. As the awarding of Kanakashree award has also stopped, the department contacted the minister this morning and asked them to continue the awarding and suggested awarding the award to retired engineer D. Lingappa posthumously. He has worked hard for the development of the community. He suggested that while awarding awards, not only those related to Kanakadasa's literature should be considered but also those