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HD Kumaraswamy’s Apology For Foul Language Towards Ex Karnataka Speaker KR Ramesh Kumar

HD Kumaraswamy's Apology For Foul Language Against Ex Karnataka Speaker

HD Kumaraswamy’s apology got here after the video went viral. (File)

Bengaluru:

Former Karnataka chief minister H D Kumaraswamy on Wednesday apologized for using an expletive whereas referring to Congress legislator and former state meeting speaker Ok R Ramesh Kumar.

Mr Kumaraswamy’s apology got here after his video throughout a non-public dialog went viral.

“The word I used for former speaker Ramesh Kumar hurts me too. The use of that word is neither my nature, nor it is my personality. I regret if my word has hurt Ramesh Kumar or anyone else. I withdraw my words,” the JD(S) second-in-command mentioned in a tweet.

The JD(S) chief had earlier inspected a authorities college at Srinivaspur in Kolar district, a constituency represented by Mr Kumar.

Explaining the circumstances which made him offended, Mr Kumaraswamy tweeted, “Yesterday, I was very sad to see a dilapidated school in Bangavadi village of Srinivaspur Assembly Constituency. I was outraged to hear that the children were attending classes under a ‘Peepal’ tree for the past two to three years.”

The previous chief minister mentioned he used the invective in anger however by no means supposed to insult anybody.

“I want to clarify that the tears in the eyes of children became a reason behind my outburst,” Mr Kumaraswamy mentioned.

(Aside from the headline, this story has not been edited by NDTV employees and is printed from a syndicated feed.)

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