NewsProTeam | Feb 24, 2021 | 0
Karnataka Quarry Blast: “Merciless Action” Will Be Taken, Says Chief Minister
Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa at this time mentioned “merciless” motion will taken in opposition to these concerned in unlawful acts that led to the blast at a quarry in Chikkaballapura killing six folks.
“What would you have done if you were in my place?” he mentioned when requested why the federal government was not alert following the same explosion at a quarry in Shivamogga final month, killing an equal variety of folks.
“What can you or I do? What would you have done, if you were in my place? Tell me. Did we ask them to do things early in the morning?” Mr Yediyurappa retorted.
Responding to the Chief Minister’s assertion, state Congress president DK Shivakumar mentioned “If you (CM) can’t do anything, quit, let’s go before the people.”
Six folks have been killed when the gelatin sticks they have been attempting to get rid of exploded by accident at a stone quarry website at a village in Karnataka’s Chikkaballapura district, early this morning.
To a query on Chief of Opposition Siddaramaiah’s assertion accusing the federal government of not taking robust measures, Mr Yediyurappa mentioned “Siddaramaiah is there only to make accusations, don’t worry about him. Whoever is involved in illegal activities, we will take merciless action.”
“Let him also give suggestions, we will act.”
Stating that Dwelling Minister Basavaraj Bommai and officers have visited the spot and brought inventory of the state of affairs, Yediyurappa mentioned “this is the second such incident… it has taken place illegally.”
To a query on Congress accusing BJP leaders of involvement in unlawful mining and quarrying that led to the blast at each Shivamogga and Chillaballapura, the Chief Minister mentioned, “there is no question of any party or group..”
“Who is making what allegations is not important, we should have sympathy towards those who have died and such incidents should not recur. Whoever is behind it, action will be taken in accordance with law.”
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