Health Minister of Karnataka K.K. Sudhakar has said that a ‘monogamy test’ of all the state legislators should be conducted to find out how many people have illegal connections. Since his statement, the politics of the state has come to a boil. After an uproar in the assembly, the minister has given a clarification saying that his statement has been misrepresented and if anyone is hurt, he expresses sorrow for it. On Wednesday, Sudhakar said about the allegations leveled against former minister Ramesh Jarkiholi, ‘I challenge him to the opposition leaders of Congress and JDS who are presenting themselves as Maryada Purushottam and Ramachandras. All 225 people face an investigation and will find out who has extra marital affairs and who does not. I will also participate in this test.
Talking to reporters in Bengaluru, Sudha said, ‘Everyone’s character will be known. Who did what when he was the chief minister. Everything should be exposed. Well, it is a question of morality and values. Ministers, MLAs and opposition leaders should be included in it. K. Taking the name of Siddaramaiah, Congress state president DK Shivakumar and former CM HD Kumaraswamy, the minister said that if his conscience is correct then he should accept this proposal and be ready for investigation.
He had said, ‘They are all truthful Harishchandra. KR Ramesh Kumar, V Muniyappa, Sivakumar, Siddaramaiah, Kumaraswamy will all undergo monogamy tests. I ask them to accept this challenge. All 225 people should have a monogamy test. Truth will come out. I’m ready for it. ‘ In fact, the Congress had demanded the resignation of 6 ministers of the Yeddyurappa government. Among these ministers, K.K. Sudhakar’s name was also included. In fact, the ministers had filed an application in the court in support of former minister Ramesh Jarkiholi, who resigned on charges of sex videos.