DKS’ yaga for ‘CM’ post

DKS’ yaga for ‘CM’ post

April 25, 2023

Udupi: Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC) President D.K. Shivakumar’s temple run for Chief Minister’s gaddi, ahead of the Assembly polls on May 10, has continued with the latest religious ritual at Sri Kollur Mookambika Temple in Byndoor taluk, Udupi district being top of all. Shivakumar along with his wife Usha participated in Nava Chandika Yaga at Kollur Mookambika Temple yesterday, seeking divine intervention to make it to Chief Minister’s Office (CMO).

The Shivakumar couple took part in Poornahuti of the Yaga and a video clip of the priest chanting a mantra along with ‘Mukhyamantri Sthaane Praptirastu’ (be blessed with Chief Minister’s post) while performing a special puja praying for the welfare of Shivakumar’s family, has gone viral on social media.

Prior to taking part in the religious rituals at the abode of Mookambika, the couple had visited temples in Dakshina Kannada and Chikkamagalur districts.

3 COMMENTS ON THIS POST To “DKS’ yaga for ‘CM’ post”

  1. Murali says:

    A corrupt, former rowdy sheeter, originally from Kanakpura, along with his brother, who were known troublemakers and antisocial elements, with court cases pending, is now an aspirant for CM’s chair….. what a pittance..

  2. Lunchave Swarga,Mosave Kailasa , Modiye Shiva! says:

    Hey Murali
    What about your BJP Yediyurappa who has court case of corruption pending ?
    What about the 40% commission govt of Bommai. Wife deserter Modi accused Siddu govt as 10% commission govt. His BJP thugs demand 40% now!

  3. Raghu says:

    Murali, why not DK become CM if a Kattar imandaar Aam Aadmi CM who critized every previous CM of corruption spent 45 crores for renovation of his Bungalow don’t you think somebody should break his record? Everybody in India has a right to criticize others.


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