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Hitting back at BJP national President for calling his government "the most corrupt" in the country, Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah today accused Amit Shah of lacking "morality" to talk about his rule, saying he himself was an accused in a murder case.
Siddaramaiah also questioned as to "what moral right Shah has" to talk about his government being corrupt when the BJP was going to the people projecting the face of B S Yeddyurappa who, he alleged, had provided a "corrupt" government.
At an 'Other Backward Classes' rally of state BJP here yesterday, Shah had dubbed the Siddaramaiah government "the most corrupt" in the country and said the time had come for its removal and bringing BJP back to power in the state in the next elections.
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