Bengaluru, Sep 12: It has been a little over 100 days since the JD(S) formed the government in Karnataka with the Congress. The train has chugged through and amicably sorted out several issues, but problems persist on a day to day basis.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will sound the poll bugle for 2019 from Maghar, in Uttar Pradesh which is often referred to as the Gateway to Hell. In 2014, the PM had made holy city of Varanasi the epi-centre of the BJP’s campaign and he even won the seat.
The Shiv Sena has raised the pitch and said that former President of India, Pranab Mukherjee could the consensus candidate for prime minister in 2019. If the NDA fails to get a majority, then Mukherjee could be the consensus candidate, an editorial in the Shiv Sena’s mouthpiece, Saamna said.