Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023: Voting for the assembly elections in Karnataka is going to be held on May 10 and its results are going to come on May 13. Before this preparations have been done by all the political parties and they are showing their strength. In this sequence, former Chief Minister of Karnataka and Congress leader Siddaramaiah has put forth his point and clarified his stand on many issues.
Talking to the news agency ANI, he has said about contesting his election that he is trying his hand this time from the assembly constituency of his native village. Apart from this, he disclosed about his relationship with DK Shivakumar. At the same time, an important comment has also been made regarding the number of days that one will be active in politics in the future. Along with this, the BJP which is in power has also been targeted.
What did Siddaramaiah say?
He said, “I am contesting from Varuna assembly constituency as my native village comes under this constituency. This will be my last election. I will retire from electoral politics.” He further said, “I have cordial relations with DK Shivakumar (Karnataka Congress President). There are no differences between us. Of course, differences exist in a democracy but it is not detrimental to the interests of the party.”
| I am contesting from Varuna assembly constituency as my native village comes under this constituency. This is going to be my last election. I will retire from electoral politics: Karnataka Leader of Opposition and Congress leader Siddaramaiah
— ANI (@ANI) April 7, 2023
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