Political parties have started working on their strategies for the upcoming assembly elections in Karnataka. Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) president Sharad Pawar on Saturday claimed that the BJP will not retain power in this Karnataka assembly elections. "We are trying to unite opposition parties and form a united front, but all states have different local issues," he said.
Reports say that Pawar has cited an opinion poll and said that the public has made up their mind against the BJP. In such a situation, they (BJP) may face a big setback in the next election. People are no longer going to vote on religious issues. People are being divided on the basis of religion, which is not going to work now.
Meanwhile, while referring to the Bharat Jodo Yatra, Pawar said that this Yatra has gained public support and it can be seen from the reactions. At the same time, he said that Congress has rectified the misleading image of the party leader (Rahul Gandhi) on the basis of nationwide travel. Referring to the statement of CBI, ED, Prakash Ambedkar, President of Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi (VBA), said that the government is targeting opposition leaders and people's rights are about to be trampled.
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