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Karnataka: Congress’s frustration is reflected in the hate speech being used during the campaign, CM Basavaraj Bommai said before the Legislative Council elections

Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai said, we do not need to use such language nor do we need any certificate from Congress leaders. The people of Belagavi will give us the certificate. BJP is well organized.

Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai. (File Photo)

Ahead of the upcoming Legislative Council elections, Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai has targeted the Congress and accused it of using abusive language during the campaign. He has said that the desperation of Congress leaders is reflected in the abusive language used in their campaign. When he was in power, he was trying to change the story to hide his failure.

He further said, “We do not need to use such language nor do we need any certificate from Congress leaders. The people of Belagavi will give us the certificate. The BJP is well organized.”

Earlier, he had said that the Congress has lost the support of the people and is using money power to win the Legislative Council elections. Addressing the ‘Vijay Sankalp’ conference organized by the BJP in Attibele, Bommai had said that the depth of corruption in the Congress party is very clear. People should teach a lesson to Congress as it is trying to win elections on a large scale of money.

What did the CM say on the alliance with JDS?

Earlier on Thursday, Chief Minister Basavaraj S. Bommai had said there are “different views” on forming a pre-poll alliance between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and the JD(S) for the December 10 elections to the state legislative council, but both the parties The final decision will be taken by the top leaders.

“There are different views,” he said. However, our senior party leader B.S. Yediyurappa and Janata Dal (Secular) leader H.D. The final decision will be taken by Kumaraswamy.

Bommai said that there are different opinions on this issue in many districts of Karnataka. Keeping these views in mind and after discussions with the central leadership, Yediyurappa will take a final decision, he said.

JD(S) chief HD Deve Gowda had met Prime Minister Narendra Modi on November 30 and discussed the Legislative Council (MLC) elections. Deve Gowda had told Modi that the decision on forming an alliance was to be taken by the leaders of both the parties. Yediyurappa had recently sought the support of the JD(S) in seats where it is not contesting.

Elections for 25 MLC seats in the state will be held on December 10 and the results will be declared on December 14. The term for these seats ends on January 5, 2022.

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