Karnataka Minister Priyank Kharge on Wednesday stated the orders and legislations enforced below the earlier BJP regime like college textbook revision and anti-conversion legal guidelines, that are in opposition to the state’s curiosity, could be revised or withdrawn by the brand new Congress authorities after reviewing them.
Amidst calls for to overturn the “hijab ban” from varied quarters, the Minister, with out making any direct touch upon the difficulty, maintained that the federal government shall be taking a look in any respect the insurance policies of the earlier authorities that are in opposition to the Structure, in opposition to the spirit of constructing the society, and in opposition to the inclusiveness of the society.
“We are going to relook at each coverage matter that the earlier authorities has introduced in,” he stated.
Kharge stated the brand new authorities would withdraw all of the legislations and orders that hamper the state’s financial progress and prosperity, and go in opposition to the pursuits of Kannadigas.
“Earlier authorities had determined to look at sure jayantis (beginning anniversary of distinguished figures) and not noted others. Not solely jayantis, their orders, whether or not it’s concerning textbooks, anti-cow slaughter, anti-conversion payments (legal guidelines), all of them shall be revised,” he stated.
Chatting with reporters right here, he stated: “All these payments (legal guidelines) and orders that hamper the financial progress of Karnataka, its prosperity, and can have an effect on Kannadigas, shall be withdrawn. Making Karnataka as soon as once more the primary is our intention, and we’ll take steps in that path.” Kharge, the son of AICC President Mallikarjun Kahrge, is one amongst eight ministers inducted into the Chief Minister Siddaramaiah-led cupboard final week.
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