Karnataka Assembly Polls: Priyanka Gandhi Holds Huge Roadshow in Bengaluru’s Vijayanagar on Last Day of Campaigning
GG News Bureau
Bengaluru, 8th May. Congress General Secretary Priyanka Gandhi Vadra held a roadshow in Bengaluru’s Vijayanagar, on the final day of campaigning for the Karnataka Assembly elections on Monday, which are due for May 10.
Congress workers and supporters from around the state took part in a huge roadshow, and a large crowd gathered on the streets to watch the action.
Priyanka greeted the crowds on both sides of the road while standing on a flower-adorned car.
Notably, the high-voltage campaign for the May 10 Assembly elections in Karnataka will come to an end on Monday, with the state’s three major political parties – the BJP, Congress, and JD(S) – having one final chance to win over voters.
Congress leaders such as Rahul Gandhi, Sonia Gandhi, and Mallikarjun Kharge participated in a number of roadshows, rallies, and election campaigns.
The Congress is working hard to dethrone the BJP, which is attempting to break the state’s 38-year-old pattern of rotating governments and retain power in the state.
With the war of words between the top leaders of all major political parties, the election campaigns for the southern citadel saw games of charges and accusations.
Several state issues were promised to be resolved. However, the topic of Bajrang Dal, which was addressed in the Congress manifesto, grabbed center stage in political campaigning.
In its manifesto for the upcoming May 10 Karnataka Assembly elections, the Congress party stated this week that it will take “decisive action” in accordance with the law, including outlawing organizations such as the Bajrang Dal, the Popular Front of India, and others.
According to the Congress manifesto, the party is committed to taking tough and decisive action against individuals and organizations that promote enmity among communities based on caste and religion.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi also chimed in, saying, “The Congress has become a slave of appeasement and vote-bank politics.”
Addressing an election rally in Tumakuru, Prime Minister Modi said, “Congress has now started objecting to saying Jai Bajrangbali. Congress has become a slave to appeasement and vote-bank politics. Congress can never work for the welfare of Karnataka. It can never develop Karnataka.”