Bengaluru: The Karnataka government will review the largesse of the previous BJP government in allotting ‘hundreds of acres of land’ to RSS and its affiliated organisations, Health and Family Welfare Minister Dinesh Gundu Rao said on Friday.
He also said a few tenders issued by the BJP government have been cancelled while others will be looked into, PTI reported.
The functioning of the health and family welfare department, its officers and doctors and the measures taken to ensure sound public health will be discussed in a meeting next week, Rao added.
“Hundreds of acres of government land in the state have been transferred in the name of RSS and Sangh Parivar affiliated organisations,” the minister said in a press conference.
According to him, the purpose behind such allotment was to help these organisations grow and with that its ideologies should also grow.
“This (allotment of land) should not happen. One should inform everything to the people. Nothing should be kept secret. People should know. Taking everything in one way is not proper. So we have to take steps,” the minister added.