Nivar effect: CM takes road to reach Bengaluru

Nivar effect: CM takes road to reach Bengaluru

November 26, 2020

Helicopter did not arrive due to inclement weather

Chamarajanagar:  Chief Minister B.S. Yediyurappa and other Cabinet colleagues went by road from Male Mahadeshwara Hills (MM Hills) to Bengaluru this morning as the helicopter which was supposed to come from Bengaluru to pick them up, did not arrive due to  inclement weather.

According to Police, the helicopter carrying the VVIPs left for Bengaluru, after dropping them atop MM Hills yesterday afternoon.  As per itinerary, the CM, after inaugurating a slew of developmental works atop the Hill, was to fly back to Bengaluru in the helicopter. Due to rains in Bengaluru following ‘Nivar’ cyclone, the helicopter could not come to MM Hills.

After waiting for over two hours, Yediyurappa and other Ministers left for Bengaluru by road.

Earlier, the CM laid foundation stone for various developmental works worth Rs.110 crore. He also had darshan of Male Mahadeshwara and administered oath to the Government officials on the occasion of Constitution Day (Nov. 26).

ONE COMMENT ON THIS POST To “Nivar effect: CM takes road to reach Bengaluru”

  1. Hare Krishna! says:

    Less than 200 miles to Bengaluru, and this fool Yedi the RSS Cheddi needs the helicopter.
    He will assert , he is the CM, and should have all the trappings of power which means helicopter rides whenever he wants,wherever he wants.
    This is the sad state of independent India after just 70+ years after independence, when power is corrupting the politicians absolutely. This is the country which has over 500 million of people below the UN-defined poverty poverty threshold, and this fool is needing his helicopter ride, instead of being a leader who cares for the costs, hence travelling by car or train”
    I would not blame him alone. Look at what his leader PM Modi did these years, when he travelled the world taking selfies with every political leader in foreign shores, every CEO of tech company , wearing new dress and outfit each time, and hardly staying in India for a month each year to address its manifold problems. The Covid-19 pandemic has put a brake on Modi’s escapades eventually for a time.
    The freedom fighters, a few of them my ancestors who sacrificed their lives to get freedom for the country, are turning in their graves witnessing this misuse of power and position.


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