Bagalkot: Confident of winning the Karnataka assembly elections, Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) National President Amit Shah said the state was witnessing last days of Siddaramaiah-led Congress government in the state as the final countdown has begun for its end.
Addressing a public meeting at Hungund in Bagalkot district, Shah said, “Congress party has lost 12 assembly elections so far and is on the way to lose the 13th in the state."
Assuring the people of the state to make Karnataka No.1 state in country, Shah asked state electorate to vote for BJP led by B S Yeddyurappa to realise that dream.
“Siddaramaiah, your count down has begun and BJP is certainly going to form the government. Now, it's Karnataka’s turn and Siddaramaiah will lose in Badami too thereby bringing an end to the Congress regime which is banking heavily on the incumbent CM”, Shah predicted.
“I have travelled across the state and have witnessed lot of enthusiasm among crowds for a change”, Shah said.
Shah is likely to address public rallies in three different regions during his two-day state electioneering tour.
BJP state leader Tejaswini Gowda expressed similar sentiments addressing a press conference in Chamarajanagar and blamed the state government for not implementing the central government schemes.
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