BJP's central ministers and its Karnataka leaders are observing a day-long fast on Thursday in cities across the state to protest the disruption of Parliament's budget session by opposition parties.
"The Modi government wants to make laws for the people but the Congress isn't letting us do so by continuously disrupting the Parliament sessions," said Union Human Resource Development Minister Prakash Javadekar.
Javadekar, along with union ministers from the state Ananth Kumar (Parliamentary Affairs), D.V. Sadananda Gowda (Statistics and Programme Implementation) and other BJP workers staged a protest at Maurya Circle in the city centre.
Javadekar isthe party's state in-charge for the Assembly elections on May 12.
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