Karnataka Elections: CM Bommai did road show in Varuna

Mysuru (Bangalore) [India]May 5 (ANI): Ahead of the Karnataka Assembly elections, Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Friday held a road show and public meeting in Varuna constituency of Mysore district.

Bommai campaigned for Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate V Somanna.

Speaking after conducting a roadshow in support of Varuna BJP candidate V Somanna and T Narsipur candidate Dr Revanna on Friday, Chief Minister Bommai said the atmosphere in Varuna constituency was quite colorful as farmers, youth and women voted to elect Somanna as their representative. has decided.

Significantly, the Varuna seat is represented by Congress MLA Yatindra Siddaramaiah, who is the son of former Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. Besides, T Narsipur assembly constituency is represented by Janata Dal-Secular (JDS) MLA Ashwin Kumar M.

Addressing a public meeting, Bommai said, “This constituency needs a change. There was no taluk center in this constituency. For many years the people suffered from this stagnant administration. Which leader has served you for so many years? No leader has the ability to take everyone into confidence. For this reason, BJP has fielded Somanna from here.

Bommai said that Somanna is called ‘Victory Somanna’. Those who ruled have been given a stable administration and if you elect Sommanna, a good government will come to power.”

The CM said that Dr. Revanna, the BJP candidate from T Narsipur, is a doctor by profession. “Do people want a doctor who serves the people? Or the leader issuing orders sitting at home? BJP candidate is ready at your service anytime. If each BJP worker ensures 10 votes each, Revanna will get elected with a margin of 10000 votes.

The Karnataka assembly elections will be held in a single phase on May 10, with the counting of votes scheduled for May 13.

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