Congress leader Priyank Kharge. (File photo/ANI)
Amid demands from various quarters to scrap the “hijab ban”, the minister, without making any direct comment on the issue, said that the government will keep a watch on all policies of the previous government which are against the Constitution.
Karnataka Minister Priyank Kharge on Wednesday said orders and laws, such as the school textbook amendment and anti-conversion law implemented under the previous BJP government, which are against the interest of the state, should be amended or withdrawn by the new Congress government after reviewing them. Will go
Amid demands from various quarters to scrap the “hijab ban”, the minister, without making any direct comment on the issue, said that the government will keep a watch on all policies of the previous government which are against the constitution, against the constitution. Against the spirit of building society, and inclusiveness of society.
“We will relook at every policy matter brought up by the previous government,” he said.
Kharge said the new government will withdraw all laws and orders that hinder the state’s economic progress and prosperity and go against the interests of Kannadigas.
“The previous government had decided to celebrate some Jayanti (birth anniversary of prominent personalities) and left out others. Not only Jayanti, his orders, be it related to text books, anti-cow slaughter, anti-conversion bills, all of them will be amended.
Talking to reporters here, he said: “All those bills (laws) and orders which hinder Karnataka’s economic progress, its prosperity, and will affect Kannadigas, will be withdrawn. It is our intention to make Karnataka number one once again, and we will take steps in that direction.” Kharge, son of All India Congress Committee president Mallikarjun Kharge, was one of the eight ministers inducted into the cabinet led by Chief Minister Siddaramaiah last week. it was done.
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