Karnataka Congress president R.V. Deshpande enjoys the comforting shade provided by party courtiers during the Bangalore-Bellary pada yatra, at Hangal in Chitradurga district, on Saturday.
Photograph: Karnataka Photo News
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Another un-Gandhian on the way to Mahatma-giri
One question I’m dying to ask R.V. Deshpande
If there is a leader, there have to be sycophants; that adds to the swagger of the leader, till the humble knaves who scurry around the leaders become the leader!
Churumuri misrepresented what Yediyurappa said at a large meeting of BJP clowns about some people who were trying to disrupt the proceedings, saying that the man said that dalits were useless people or some such thing. Now it is making amends by saying something sarcastic about Deshpande who has never been accused of having a single qualm about anything. Good.
P. S: I am in no way a fan of either of the bandits.
Come on, it’s a democracy. yatha praja, thatha raja.
Above seen Mr. and Mrs Mahatma are worth at least 2000 crores unlike our Mahatma Gandhi. First of all Deshpande became KPCC president in payment quota despite loosing Assembly elections in 2008
Mr.Deshpande served as Industries Minister from 1994 to 2003, 9 years when global markets were at peak and he was instrumental in allotting lands to various people with no credentials.
This 6 time MLA from Haliyal constituency of Karawar claims he is responsible for development of industries in Karnataka during end of millennium in his biodata posted on KPCC website, he was identified with Ramakrishna Hegde and then moved to Congress during 1999 elections.
Hope this is enough introduction….
… Parties and Governments always have been corrupt but this present centre and the state administrations are the Zenith.
I am sure, the folks who walked for our Independence never had the luxury of an umbrella – let alone a courtier to hold it…….sigh!!
Mr. Deshpande – you have shown that you are a real king! I only wish Mr. Deshpande had spent some money of his own on this rally – rather than having to use the begged and borrowed one…… I am sure he would have done the latter to keep his 2K crores intact & make it grow!!
I admire the will power and persistence with which congress leaders kept at it to finish what they started.
But, I wonder.. With likes of Anil Lad in their midst, will they do any different if they were in power?? Chattisgarh mining scandal shows that our entire mining policy in India is screwed up.
We are one twisted country. :(
Post the photos of their vanity vans, from inside too!
Mundedakke chapplige socks bere …