Wife of HD Kumaraswamy lits the dance floor, video goes viral on social media

Karnataka Chief Minister HD Kumaraswamy’s second wife Radhika Kumaraswamy stole the spotlight by shaking her legs at a party hall. She turned up the dance floor wearing a gorgeous black attire and stunned everyone by chipping in with some cool steps amid a hip hop song which was played at the background.

Her magnificent dance was so good to watch that viewers are taking time to play the video repeatedly only to enjoy her dance. As soon as the video was shared on social media, it spread like wildfire. Check out some of the moves here below:

Radhika is an Indian film actress and producer and has primarily featured in Kannada films and was regarded as lead actress in the Kannada film industry in the early 2000s.

Radhika reportedly tied the knot with Ratan Kumar at the Sri Durga Parameshwari Temple, Kateel on 26 November 2000. In April 2002, Ratan Kumar lodged a complaint, alleging that Radhika’s father Devraj had kidnapped her as he feared that news of her marriage may put an end to her career.

Just a few days later, Radhika’s mother wanted the marriage to be declared invalid as Radhika was just 14 years old and said that Ratan Kumar forcibly married her. Furthermore, Devraj claimed that Ratan tried to burn Radhika alive. Ratan Kumar passed away in August 2002 due to a heart attack.

In November 2010, Radhika disclosed that she was married to H. D. Kumaraswamy, Chief Minister of Karnataka. According to her, they married in 2006 and have a daughter named Shamika.

HD Kumaraswamy is Facing Eight Serious Criminal Cases

Son of ex-PM H D Devegowda, Kumaraswamy was born with a silver spoon. His marriage with a 19 Year old girl at the age of 46, was quite controversial. He’s an accused in 8 serious criminal cases, like Corruption, Illegal mining, Land grabbing, Criminal conspiracy causing revenue loss to the state, and cases under MMDR Act, Transfer of Property Act and Forest Act.

These cases are registered under Sections 120 (B), 204, 405, 406, 409, 418, 420, 463, 465, 467, 468, 471, and 567 of the Indian Penal Code (IPC).

Singham officer gifted with suspension order from Karnataka government for working against ‘Sand Mafia’ two years ago

During the then HD Kumaraswamy’s Karnataka Government, they suspended Sub-Inspector when he reportedly refused to release seized vehicles involved in sand mining. The SI is identified as Srinivas who is said to be an honest officer in the state. Unfortunately, he was suspended for doing his duty sincerely.

As per media reports, SI Srinivas got a warning when he did not release seized vehicles indulged in ‘illegal sand mining’ two years ago. But when the officer denied, he was suspended with immediate effect. Does honesty have a place in Karnataka Government? Well, surely not! It is not good to see Politicians under Karnataka government using honest officials for personal benefits or other purposes.

BJP Karnataka Official Twitter handle’s caption reads, “The legacy of suppressing honest officers in the state continues under HD Kumaraswamy’s Government. SI Srinivas was forced to release seized vehicles involving in illegal sand mining, when he denied releasing he was suspended, clearly showing honesty doesn’t have a place in this government.

B Sriramulu, who is the member of legislative assembly in Karnataka, took to Twitter to say, “Honesty is not the best policy.” Kumaraswamy’s govt has proved it by following a suspension of SI Srinivas, who allegedly denied to release seized vehicles involved in sand mining. Sadly he was suspended for delivering his duty honestly.”