Bengaluru – Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bomme grabbed the mike from Swami who tried to talk about floods during his speech. The incident took place during a religious function at Mahadevapura in Bengaluru on Thursday.
The Chief Minister took the mike from Iswaranandapuri Swamy, who during his speech raised the issue of floods and poor infrastructure in the constituency. Swamy blamed politicians for the problem. The footage of Mike buying has become a topic of discussion on social media.
Bengaluru city faces severe problems when it rains. I don’t know why the authorities don’t take action and fix them. Don’t they understand what the problem is when it rains? “Many chief ministers have said that they will find a permanent solution,” Swamy said. Immediately Basavaraj Bomme grabbed the mic and answered.
“My officials are solving all the existing problems. Efforts are being made to eliminate the problems in the city. I am not like other chief ministers or leaders. “If you say you will do something, you will do it at any cost,” said the Chief Minister.
In September last year, the city was flooded after three consecutive days of rain. Criticisms about basic development are also rising strongly in the state where elections are to be held at the end of this year. Swami’s remark was during this.
English Summary: Karnataka CM snatches Mic from seer who complained about Bengaluru flooding