Deccan Chronicle - - Politics - NAGABHUSHANAM HOSKOTE | DC

An em­bar­rass­ing sit­u­a­tion oc­curred for for­mer Kar­nataka Chief Min­is­ter K. Sid­dara­ma­iah, who re­turned with­out ad­dress­ing a meet­ing of the Ku­ruba Sang­ham on Sun­day, when a group of young men cre­ated a nui­sance by shout­ing slo­gans in favour of for­mer cir­cle in­spec­tor Go­rantla Mad­hav seek­ing pri­or­ity for him. In­ci­den­tally, Mad­hav is all set to join the YSRC.

The Ku­ruba Sang­ham meet­ing was or­gan­ised by the dis­trict Ku­ruba Sang­ham at the Ju­nior Col­lege grounds on Sun­day.

Mr Sid­dara­ma­iah and for­mer Kar­nataka min­is­ter Re­vanna were chief guests. Lo­cal Ku­ruba lead­ers led by Penukonda MLA B.K. Parthasarathi, for­mer mayor Rage Para­suram and oth­ers made the ar­range­ments for the meet­ing ac­com­pa­nied by dis­trict and state lead­ers.

When for­mer min­is­ter Re­vanna was ad­dress­ing the gath­er­ing, Go­rantla Mad­hav, who re­cently re­signed as cir­cle in­spec­tor and has plans to en­ter pol­i­tics, ar­rived at the venue. He is all set to join the YSRC. When Mad­hav ar­rived, a few young men shouted slo­gans and dis­rupted Re­vanna’s speech.

The or­gan­is­ers in­vited Mad­hav on to the stage, but a group of peo­ple con­tin­ued shout­ing slo­gans in his favour.

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