Bommai expresses doubt over Cong party's 5Gs initiation
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Bengaluru, May 29 (UNI) Former Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Monday expressed his doubts over the incumbent Congress government initiating 5Gs as promised by the grand old party in its election manifesto.

“They are making (Congress leaders) lame excuses, indicating that they will not initiate 5 Guarantees (5Gs) fully. Their true colours will come out in the open in a few days,” he told reporters here.

Bommai said the Congress has cheated the people of Karnataka by promising 5Gs for everyone without any riders, but after coming to power it is putting conditions and talking about previous BJP government’s promises.

“Looking at various statements by ministers, it looks like they told people something before the election and something else after gaining power. They said the 5Gs will be free for all. For example, they (Congress) said it is free for me (Siddaramaiah), you and everyone,” Bommai said.

He also said that there were no riders even in the in-principle approval order issued mentioning 5Gs are for everyone.

“By doing this, they (Congress) have cheated people of the state. People voted the Congress to power based on 5Gs promised, but after assuming power, they are making references to the previous (BJP) government’s promises,” he added.

On the delay in choosing the Leader of Opposition in the assembly, Bommai said the post will be filled on the eve of the first session, which is a normal procedure.

There is mounting pressure on the new Congress government by opposition parties and various sections of people from across the state, to fulfill its 5Gs, he said.

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