Former Karnataka Minister joins BJP hours after resigning from Congress

Former Karnataka Minister joins BJP hours after resigning from Congress

Hours after resigning from parliament, Karnataka’s former minister, Pramod Madwaraj, joined the BJP on Saturday in front of Karnataka’s Prime Minister, Basabarazi Bonmai, along with other party leaders.

Former MLA and state minister, Madwaraj, offered to resign from a key member of the parliamentary party earlier that day.

“I have not accepted the post of Vice President of KPCC and have decided to offer a resignation from a key member of the Parliamentary Party,” Madwaraj sent a resignation to KPCC President DK Shibakmar.

In the letter, the former minister said, “For the past three years, the situation of the Udupi District Parliamentary Party has been a bad experience for me and therefore led to political suffocation, which fact was brought to your kind notice and to other parties. I was notified. My leaders. “

“I have observed that no valuable measures have been taken by the party to remedy my dissatisfaction with the general situation of the Udupi District Parliamentary Party,” Madwaraj wrote.