Aniruddh should have con­trol over his lan­guage: HDK

Evening Today - - BENGALURU -

Has­san: Chief Min­is­ter Ku­maraswamy on Wed­nes­day, Novem­ber 28 ex­pressed that Aniruddh’s state­ment against him and the state gov­ern­ment has hurt him a lot.

Ad­dress­ing the press per­sons af­ter pay­ing his last re­spects to JD(S) se­nior leader H S Prakash, Ku­maraswamy said that what­ever the gov­ern­ment does is for the bet­ter­ment of its peo­ple so Aniruddh, son-in-law of late ac­tor Vish­nu­vard­han should think be­fore he speaks any­thing against the gov­ern­ment.

“He re­ferred to me as ‘udaaphe CM’ (neg­li­gent chief min­is­ter), his state­ment hurt my feel­ings. Aniruddh should have con­trol over his lan­guage” said Ku­maraswamy.

Ku­maraswamy fur­ther said that Aniruddh should un­der­stand that ef­forts Ku­maraswamy had put when Vish­nu­vard­han passed away. Even though he was not CM when ac­tor Vish­nu­vard­han passed away he spoke to the then CM BS Yed­dyu­rappa and ac­tor Am­ba­reesh to con­duct the last rites of Vish­nu­vard­han with state hon­ours. There is some con­fu­sion over Vish­nu­vard­han’s memo­rial between his fans and the fam­ily mem­bers, the gov­ern­ment will sort it out soon, he added.

Fol­low­ing Ku­maraswamy state­ments on Anirudh, Bharathi Vish­nu­vard­han apol­o­gized to Ku­maraswamy on be­half of Anirudh. She fur­ther re­quested that her hus­band Vish­nu­vard­han’s memo­rial should be built in My­suru and not in Kan­teer­ava Stu­dio.

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