CM Basavaraja Bommayi informed that he will organize Janotsava program on Sunday while Health Minister Dr. K. Sudhakar tweeted and said that it will be held on Saturday at 12 noon. Meanwhile, the name of the Janotsava program has been changed and renamed as ‘Janaspandan’ program.
What is the reason for the confusion??
Janotsava program was organized in Doddballapur on 28th July in view of completion of one year of Basavaraj Bommai administration and 3 years of BJP government. However, the program was suddenly canceled due to the outrage of the activists in the wake of the murder case of BJP worker Praveen Nettaru. CM Basavaraja Bommai himself called a late night press conference and announced the cancellation of Janotsavam.
September 8Janotsava which was rescheduled for
After this development, Janotsava program was again scheduled for September 8. All preparations were made to make the convention a success in Doddaballapur. However, on Tuesday night, Minister Umesh Katthi died of a heart attack. In this background, the Janotsava program had to be cancelled. Initially, a one-day mourning was announced, but due to the views of the opposition parties, the mourning was announced for three days.
In this background, CM Basavaraja announced in Bommai Belgaum that he will cancel the program of Doddaballapur.
Tweet, Confusion created by the invitation letter
Sudhakar tweeted that the program will be held on Saturday if the CM announces that the program has been postponed to Sunday. BJP state president Nalin Kumar Kateel tweeted and announced that the Janaspandan program will be held on Sunday. Meanwhile, the name of Janotsava was changed to Janaspandan. In the invitation letter tweeted by the BJP, it was initially mentioned as September 10, but later it was changed to September 11. It is also true that Janotsava or Janaspandana Samavesh on the whole was a cause of confusion.