New Delhi: Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is very confident of winning the assembly elections.On Saturday, he said Congress Party is confident of winning and serving a second term in office in the state. Siddaramaiah said that there is no anti-incumbency against our government. After meeting the Congress President Siddaramaiah said,”Rahul Gandhi was very happy to know that there is no anti-incumbency against our government, and all programms that were mentioned in our manifesto have been completed. We are confident that the Congress party will win with a comfortable majority in Karnataka,”
The Chief Minister met Congress President Rahul Gandhi this morning to discuss about plans for the assembly election. He also said that the BJP is raising irrelevant issues. He said that they have only one issue and that is Hindutva. He said,”Yogi Adityanath and Amit Shah are also raising the same issue, and Narendra Modi may also raise the same in the future,”
This meeting of senior leaders lasted over three hours, Gandhi reviewed and discussed the strategy of the party in the election. Karnataka will go to polls in April. Rahul Gandhi will be visiting the state from February 10-12 for the first stage of the election campaign.