Contrary to what deputy chief minister Ashwathnarayan had mentioned on the wedding of former CM Kumaraswamy’s son, Karnataka CM BS Yediyurappa has defended the ex-CM and mentioned that the Gowda household caught by lockdown guidelines through the wedding.
Scores of individuals had thronged a farmhouse on Friday to get a glimpse of the wedding of former Prime Minister and JD (S) supremo, HD Deve Gowda’s grandson Nikhil Kumaraswamy, ignoring appeals to not go to the venue in view of the continuing lockdown to verify the Covid-19 outbreak.
Virtually defending the Gowda household for conducting a wedding reportedly defying lockdown restrictions, BS Yediyurappa on Saturday mentioned it was carried out in a easy method and nicely inside their limits, “for which they are to be congratulated.”
The chief minister mentioned “Kumarswamy has conducted the wedding in a simple manner. No need to discuss the issue. Even though his family is large. He has conducted the wedding in limits. I convey my regards.”
They had accomplished it nicely inside their limits for which I congratulate them,” Yediyurappa responded to a question from reporters through the post-Covid-19 briefing.
Earlier Deputy CM Ashwath Narayan had mentioned that the federal government would search a report from district SP and DC to search out out if there have been any violations.
Nikhil, son of former Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy, tied the nuptial knot with Revathi, the grand-niece of former Karnataka housing minister M Krishnappa.
The marriage was solemnised at Kumaraswamy’s Kethaganahalli farmhouse at Bidadi within the neighbouring Ramanagara district, a JD(S) stronghold.
Kumaraswamy had taken to Twitter after the wedding, thanking his celebration MLAs, leaders and staff for staying away from the occasion and blessing his son from their homes.
In a collection of tweets, he had mentioned social distancing was maintained and all precautionary measures had been taken all through the occasion.
BJP had hit out on the JD(S) first household for flouting the norms, alleging that at the least 150 to 200 automobiles got permission to attend the occasion, that too at a time when social staff desirous to serve the badly affected poor individuals weren’t being allowed to ply any type of transport JD(S) chief NH Konareddi and MLC TA Sharavanna had denied the fees, saying the union authorities pointers had been adopted and that social distancing was maintained.
Meanwhile, former CM Kumaraswamy additionally hit out at Yediyurapap and questioned him about not sustaining social distance throughout official conferences.
“I have not violated any norms, my household is of 60-70 members and I have not referred to as individuals from Dubai or China. Will you query the CM? How many individuals round him put on masks?” Kumarswamy had mentioned.
(With PTI inputs)