With the release of the schedule for the Karnataka assembly elections, the political atmosphere in the state has further heated up.
Bengaluru: The political atmosphere in the state has further heated up as soon as the schedule for the Karnataka assembly elections is released. There is also clarity on the seats where top leaders of major parties are contesting. Senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah has announced that he will contest from Varuna seat as well as from Kolar.
He made it clear that the Karnataka assembly elections to be held on May 10 would be his last election. He said that he contested from Badami as he was not sure of his victory in Chamundeshwari constituency in the last election. Siddaramaiah, however, said that he was confident that he would win from Varuna constituency in this election and as people have asked him to contest from Kolar as well, he has asked the high command to allot him a Kolar ticket.
He has made it clear that he will stay away from electoral politics after this election. He said that he is the child of Varuna assembly constituency and he is confident that the people here will support him. He said he is contesting his last election from Varuna. CLP leader Siddaramaiah was allotted ticket from Varuna seat in the first list of Congress released on Saturday. handed over.
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