The Karnataka chief minister Siddharamaiah has sworn that he'll never contest elections again though he will be in active politics. The Karnataka State assembly elections were held yesterday. While the elections were held for a total of 222 constituencies, election for 2 constituencies have been postponed.
The vote counting will happen on May 15. Both the Congress and BJP have been confidently stating that they'll win more than 130 seats. However exit polls surveys say that none of the parties will get majority. In such a scenario, Karnataka chief minister Siddharamaiah has said that he will not contest in elections, even if said by Gods.
this election, he had contested just because he's a chief minister. He added
that he wanted someone from backward sections of society to become the cm
adding that he'll win the election in Chamundeeshwar, Badami.
Controversial Leader Subramaniya Swamy's next target is CM KCR New Delhi sources added that former Union minister and BJP leader Subramanian Swamy made severe criticism of Telangana government for its unconstitutional act of externating Swami Paripoornanda. In a letter to Telangana Chief Minister K. Chandrasekhar Rao, he questioned how the government could frame Swami in the sections which was usually meant for goons.
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