Rahul to launch Karnataka campaign next month, CM confident of victory

Rahul to launch Karnataka campaign next month, CM confident of victory

According to Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, the upcoming Assembly polls in the state would be a battle between two ideologies - communalism and secularism. The state is expected to go to the polls in March-April. "(Prime Minister) Narendra Modi may also raise the same issue because they have no issues there".

After the meeting, the sitting chief minister told reporters that there was "no anti-incumbency" against his government.

The BJP, which is trying to expand its base in the Congress bastion of Chikkaballapura, was left embarrassed on Friday when its local leaders organised a dance show to attract crowds to the public rally of their state chief B.S. Yeddyurappa, who led the Parivarthana Yatra into Bagepalli later in the day.

The year 2018 going to witness an assembly poll, which is a prestigious Assembly poll for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Indian National Congress (INC).

Siddaramaiah said the party's poll preparedness was reviewed in detail at the meeting and its strategy chalked out.

"Rahul Gandhi was very happy to know that there is no anti-incumbency against our government, and that all programmes that were mentioned in our manifesto have been completed", he said.

According to Siddaramaiah, the Congress had not only honoured all the promises it had made in its manifesto for the previous state polls, but "even some of the programmes not in the manifesto were implemented". I have only said they spread hatred in the name of Hindutva.

Asked about the BJP's attack on him on Hindutva issues, Siddaramaiah said: "The BJP has no issues. That will not work".

"They (BJP) are following (Hindutva) sans humanity". I said I am also a Hindu but a humane Hindu.

The sarcastic narration in the video says as soon Yogi reaches out to people, Congress leaders turn Hindus, also they steal "bhagwa" ( saffron flag of RSS).

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