Mysuru: Indicating that money plays a crucial part to land a job in Mymul, MLA Sa Ra Mahesh has asked the aspirants to take back their money paid as bribe, as the recruitment process has been stayed by the high court.
The Karnataka High Court has put a three weeks stay on recruitment at Mymul. He also promised them to support them in this task.
Speaking to media persons here on Saturday, the legislator said that since the high court ordered three weeks stay on the recruitment, they must get their money back that they have allegedly given as bribe against a posting at Mymul.
Making a veiled comment on former minister and BJP leader AH Vishwanath not getting a ticket for Upper House, MLA Mahesh said Goddess Chamundi has taught him a better lesson for defaming the party (JDS with which Vishwanath was associated earlier) and its ethics. Not to forget for being a turncoat, he commented.
“There can be no other disaster in his entire political life,” said MLA Mahesh. “Why get upset over no ticket? He could still try at gram panchayat and zilla Panchayat elections,” he mocked.