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Yeddyurappa warns police against harassing BJP workers

Press Trust of India  |  Bengaluru 

chief B S Yeddyurappa today asserted that he would become after the coming assembly elections and warned police officials working as "puppets" of the ruling that the consequences "will not be right" for them.

Addressing a rally as part of his 'Nava Parivartana Yatre' at Sira in district, the state president said, "I want to tell our police officers, after three or four months I will come as "

"Those police officials who are acting as puppets of the Congress, harassing our karyakartas against by adding their name to the rowdies' list and creating an atmosphere of fear... I want to warn that consequences will not be right for you once we come back to power," Yeddyurappa said.

elections are due in early this year.

The BJP, which has set a target of winning 150 seats in the polls, has named Yeddyurappa as its Chief Ministerial candidate.

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First Published: Thu, January 11 2018. 18:55 IST