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Congress workers purify K'taka Vidhana Soudha with cow urine as corrupt BJP rule ends

Congress workers purify Ktaka Vidhana Soudha with cow urine as corrupt BJP rule ends

Bengaluru: Congress party workers in Karnataka on Monday ‘cleansed and purified’ the premises of Vidhana Soudha, the state legislature, with cow urine to mark the end of ‘corrupt BJP rule’.

Alleging that the BJP polluted Vidhana Soudha with corruption, the Congress had promised to purify Vidhana Soudha with cow urine after coming to power.

A group of ruling party workers were seen along with a priest performing cleansing rituals sprinkling cow urine in front of Vidhana Soudha before the commencement of the three-day session of the new assembly.

Deputy Chief Minister D K Shivakumar had said in January this year that it was time to ‘cleanse’ the Vidhana Soudha with cow urine.

However, no Congress minister or MLA attended the programme.

The BJP termed the act of Congress workers as 'cheap antics'. A leader of the party also dared Congress to order a probe into the allegations of corruption against the previous government.

Congress recorded a whopping victory in the Karnataka assembly elections the results of which came on May 13. The party won 135 seats in the 224-member assembly, ousting the BJP from its only southern perch.

Shivakumar took oath as Deputy Chief Minister on Saturday along with Siddaramaiah who was sworn in as Chief Minister.

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