Bangalore/Hyderabad, May 7 (Hydnow) The high-voltage campaign for the May 10 Assembly elections in Karnataka will come to an end on May 8.
As all three major political parties in the state, BJP, Congress, and JD(S) are busy making their last pitch to woo the voters.
The top guns of all the major political parties were on a campaign blitz across the state in the past few days, even as the ruling BJP has been striving to break the 38-year-old pattern of alternating governments and retain its southern citadel.
The Congress on its part is working hard to wrest power from the BJP to give itself much-needed elbow room and momentum to position itself as the main opposition player in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections.
The JD(S) led by former Prime Minister H.D Deve Gowda was seen putting all its might into campaigning, wanting to emerge as ‘king’ and not ‘kingmaker’, hoping to get the required numbers to form a government on its own. (Hydnow)
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