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Will retire from politics, if proof found: Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah

Updated on: 20 November,2023 05:24 AM IST  |  Bengaluru
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“I have told you not to ask about it [Kumaraswamy’s allegations]. Haven’t I responded to it already? Let him tweet. He is speaking about what they did during his tenure (as CM),” Siddaramaiah said.

Will retire from politics, if proof found: Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah

With JD(S) state president H D Kumaraswamy repeatedly attacking him and his son Yathindra, a former Congress MLA, accusing them of a “cash for transfer” racket, Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah on Sunday said he will retire from politics, if proved that he has taken money, even in a single transfer case of government officials. He alleged it happened during Kumaraswamy’s tenure.


“I have told you not to ask about it [Kumaraswamy’s allegations]. Haven’t I responded to it already? Let him tweet. He is speaking about what they did during his tenure (as CM),” Siddaramaiah said. “He (Kumaraswamy) is speaking about the money they (Kumaraswamy and JDS leaders) took for transfers. They took money during his tenure. In our tenure, we have not taken any money. I have already said—I will retire from politics, if it’s proved that I have taken money in even a single case of transfer.”


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