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Karnataka Elections 2018: Sonia Gandhi rally in Bijapur to save Congress’ last Major state

Karnataka Elections 2018: Sonia Gandhi rally in Bijapur to save Congress’ last Major state
Written by Abhishek Lohia

Former Congress President Sonia Gandhi is going to take part in the election rally after two years. She will do rally at Bijapur in Karnataka at 4:30 in the evening. The Congress is so much excited by their rally. Senior party leaders believe that this rally will lead to the communication of new energy among Congress workers. In the same way, BJP slams the former Congress president by taking her old name,  Miss Antonio Maino (Sonia Gandhi) will rally in Karnataka to save Congress’ last fortress. BJP also said that Karnataka does not have to learn from people who are responsible for wasting 10 years of India–Madam Maino. To win the Karnataka election, Congress has used its full force.

Party President Rahul Gandhi is doing sharp and back-to-back rallies. From Monday onwards, the ninth phase of Rahul Gandhi’s election campaign has started. Prior to the last elections in UP, during the roadshow in Varanasi in August 2016, Sonia’s health had worsened. At that time she was immediately sent to Delhi by airlift and After this incident, Sonia herself took away from election rallies. Congress President Rahul Gandhi today campaigned in Bangalore, Chikballapur and Tumkur. Given the assembly elections, Rahul’s 9th Carnatic tour in these 3 months. Rahul Gandhi rode bullock cart and bicycle in Kolar in Karnataka against the rising prices of petrol and diesel on Monday. Not only that, he had also blamed the Modi government over the increased prices of petrol and diesel.

Actually, Bijapur is the area of north-west Karnataka. Bijapur falls under Belagam Conclave. In this division, Dharwar, Gadag, Haveri and North Kannada districts come. There are about 94 seats here. Winning in this area means that the state is considered to be in power. Explain that the first woman university in Bijapur was made in 2003 during the Congress tenure.

In view of Karnataka elections, former Prime Minister Manmohan Singh had a press conference in Bangalore on Monday. During this, he attacked the Modi government very fiercely. Manmohan Singh described the demonitisation and GST as the biggest mistake of the Modi government. He had said that the policies of the Modi government have only caused damage to the country. He had told the note-taking and GST that the decision to impose GST in the haste and the ban was a major mistake of the Modi government. Due to these mistakes, the country’s economy has suffered a lot.

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Abhishek Lohia

Abhishek Lohia was a Sports and Political Writer working for Newsfolo and is no longer associated with the organization.

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