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“PayCM” Posters Mocking CM Bommai Seen All Over B’luru

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In Bengaluru, posters with the phrase “PayCM” printed above the image of a QR code and the face of Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai were seen pasted in various public areas.


According to news reports, the code reroutes to a website called “40% Sarkara”. Many are speculating that this was done by the opposition Congress party.

The website was created to collate complaints about corrupt officials.

The term “40% Sarkara” refers to accusations made by contractors in Karnataka that BJP leaders and officials have accepted bribes totaling 40% of the tender amount for state-funded infrastructure projects.

When Bommai was scheduled to partake in the BJP’s Hyderabad “liberation day” activities last week, similar posters with the message “Welcome to 40% CM” were spotted in Hyderabad.


In addition to denouncing the Telangana government for enabling “such baseless allegations against a chief minister,” he labelled it a “systematic conspiracy.”

The state branch of the party’s Twitter account published a video of a young man saying,  “These youths do not ask for your treasure… not asking for your party ticket… 40% commission is not asked… just asking for a fair job.”


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