Banglore: Former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah suffered a strange situation. Siddaramaiah arrived in Badami, Karnataka to visit the flood-affected village. Where he was heard by a woman on the street on the politics of vote bank. Questioning CM Siddaramaiah on vote bank politics, the woman said that "we were told that if we vote for him, we will be given a house. Now you have got our vote, but we have not got home who will give us that house now".
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This woman seemed very upset with the floods in Karnataka. This woman approached CM for help. Woman sidelined CM Siddaramaiah on vote bank politics. The number of people who died due to floods in Karnataka is increasing continuously. From 18 October 2019 to 23 October till date the death toll in Karnataka has reached 13.
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It is known that heavy rains in many areas of Karnataka, Kerala and Tamil Nadu have once again created flood-like conditions. Many rivers are in spate due to rain here. Heavy rains have caused havoc in northern Karnataka in the last few days. Because of this, many rivers, small rivers and streams are in spate, which has brought back memories of the floods in August this year.
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