"PM came to Bengaluru to give a message that he himself was landing Chandrayaan-2, scientists worked hard for 10-12 yrs, he came just for sake of advertisement," Kumaraswamy was quoted as saying by ANI.
A police probe into the surveillance allegations had revealed two weeks earlier that phones of several politicians, bureaucrats and journalists were tapped in recent months during the tenure of former chief minister Kumaraswamy.
According to the FIR filed at Commercial Street police station, the complainant, from an organisation called Trilok Chand, alleges that the activists tried to provoke enmity on religious and linguistic grounds.
"I'm observing where today's politics is going. It's not for good people, it's about caste infatuation. Don't bring in my family. I'm done. Let me live in peace. I don't have to continue in politics. I did good when I was in power. I want space in people's heart," Kumaraswamy said.
Karnataka Floor Test Today, Karnataka Trust Vote: State Congress chief Dinesh Gundu Rao has moved the Supreme Court against July 17 order saying that the rebel MLAs cannot be compelled to attend House proceedings.
Karnataka Speaker K R Ramesh Kumar ruled that Independent MLA R Shankar and rebel Congress legislators Mahesh Kumathalli and Ramesh Jarkiholi cannot contest or get elected to the assembly till the end of the term of the House.