The Congress and BJP are clearly fuming after a poll for the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018 was leaked to the media by some unknown persons.
New Delhi: The stage is set for the Karnataka assembly elections. The BJP has so far not revealed its cards completely and party leaders say, we are just getting warmed up.
The BJP likened Karnataka Chief Minister, Siddaramaiah to Hafiz Saeed, the chief of the Lashkar-e-Tayiba.
The cries for a ban on the Popular Front of India have become louder following the murder of a Hindu activist Deepak Rao. The BJP has claimed that so far 20 Hindu activists have been killed in Karnataka in recent years.
The BJP has accused Chief Minister of Karnataka, Siddaramaiah of de-notifying a 2.39 acre of land near Lalbagh in the heart of the city, meant for a park and public amenities, in favour of a private real estate developer.
Water has become a key word for the BJP in Karnataka. As the party prepares to face the electorate ahead of the Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018, raising the water issue becomes exceptionally necessary at least in Northern Karnataka region.
The chant by the BJP following the victory in Gujarat was, ” ab ki baar Karnataka.” There are plenty of factors that would be at play in this hard fought election which incidentally is not only between the Congress and BJP like was the case in Gujarat. Loading ad
The BJP has wrapped up 2017 in a way that it would have expected. The BJP has formed the government in 6 out of the 7 states that went to polls this year.
With the BJP taking both Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh, the party in Karnataka seems to be in an upbeat mood. The writing on the wall is clear said BJP’s chief ministerial candidate in Karnataka, B S Yeddyurappa.