Indian National Congress party has finally set its campaign ahead of Karnataka Assembly election 2018. The ruling Congress party kicked off Namma Kshetra, Namma Hone campaign to fix the responsibilities for party workers at both levels. Whereas on another side the opposition party BJP is holding its Parivartan Rally for Karnataka election campaign. As per the reports of the senior party officials, the Congress party has decided to field its Muslim leaders forward for the campaign in the poll-bound state. This strategy of the Congress party may lead to the polarisation of votes.
Congress and BJP are also gearing up for the elections in Meghalaya, Mizoram and the Union Territory of Puducherry along with Karnataka elections. In Karnataka, elections to be held for the 224 assembly constituencies as the term of Chief Minister Siddaramaiah led Karnataka government to be ended in the mid of this year. As per the reports, one of the senior leader of Congress said that during the election there is always the possibility of vote polarisation by the opposition so this time the party is involving some of the community leader to tackle the vote polarisation situation.
As per the reports, Congress party have called all the party workers to face the challenges ahead of the upcoming assembly elections. After losing Himachal Pradesh and Gujarat election now the Congress party is coming over with strategies to counter the votes of the opposition party. The leaders were united for the success of the party and to ensure self-respect and dignity of all. Karnataka Pradesh Congress Committee is all set to hold the strategic campaign across the poll-bound state ahead of elections. As per the reports, the first leg of the Congress campaign in Karnataka to begin on 10th February by the party president Rahul Gandhi.