Bengaluru (Karnataka) [India], July 27 (ANI): Congress leader Siddaramaiah on Monday alleged that BJP is trying to destabilise the Congress government in Rajasthan.
"It is the duty of the Governor to act according to the decision of the state cabinet. But he is acting like a central government puppet," he said at a protest organised here by Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee (KPCC).
He said the Congress is protesting across the country to save democracy and save the constitution.
"We are not fighting through violence. We are protesting peacefully. The Constitution has given the right to protest in a democratic system," he said.
He accused the BJP of "being disrespectful" to the Constitution.
"Governments must walk within the framework of the Constitution. The Constitution gives everyone rights and duties. BJP destabilises elected governments and buys our legislators by horse-trading by spending crores of money. The same thing happened in Karnataka as well," he alleged. (ANI)