Sidda govt completes 6 months, flaunts poll vows
BENGALURU: As his government completed six months in office, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said his administration has taken decisive steps to reduce corruption and initiated thorough investigations in various cases. He said his government is committed to building a state that not only meets the needs of its people, but also lays the foundation for a prosperous future. In the elections to the 224-member Assembly held in May this year, the Congress ousted the BJP. The Congress got 135 seats to BJP’s 66. “It brings me immense pride to mark the completion of six months of our government’s tenure. We have been steadfast in our commitment to craft a progressive future for our state,” Siddaramaiah said.