“The decision to change Gowda has sent out a strong meassage that the BJP central leadership supports corruption and caste-based politics in the state,” he told reporters.
It is true that Gowda did not face corruption allegations against him, but the BJP central leadership showed no interest in setting right the corruption done under the previous leadership, Moily said.
“Right from the beginning to till date, the BJP who launched “Operations Lotus” to lure legislators (from other parties) to form the government has been facing allegations of corruption, and the central leadership did not think of stopping it,” he added.
These developments, Moily said, would damage the democratic setup which is dangerous for the state.
He claimed BJP would not win the assembly elections, due next year, for which the blame should entirely be on the party's central leadership.
“Congress has to work unitedly. People are expecting our party to give good administration. There are many instances where the Congress has given good administration. Whenever corruption and casteism have raised their ugly heads, Congress has dealt with it,” he said.