Bypolls: Combat In Between Cong&& amp; BJP In RR Nagar, Triangular
contest in Sira, states Siddaramaiah Bengaluru: Leader of the Opposition in the Karnataka assembly Siddaramaiah on Monday said it would be a straight fight between the Congress and the judgment BJP in R Nagar constituency throughout the November 3 bypolls and a triangular contest in Sira, where the JD( S) is also a force. The former Chief Minister said the ruling party would constantly have an advantage during any bypoll, however preserved that there are sporting chances for Congress to win both seats.
” In R Nagar there is a battle between us (Congress) and BJP, while in Sira it will be a triangular battle, I’m telling the fact. However the Congress has an edge over these 2 celebrations,” Siddaramaiah stated.
Speaking with press reporters in Belagavi, he said in by-elections the judgment party normally has a benefit “as they can lie and spend money.” “However we (Congress) will win, that’s a different issue … I have been to both Sira and RR Nagar. There are fair opportunities (for Congress) to win both the seats,” he included.
The Sira byelection in Tumakuru district has actually been required following the death of JD( S) legislator B Sathyanarayana in August, while the R Nagar seat here fell vacant after the disqualification of the then Congress MLA N Munirathna under the anti-defection law in 2015. To a concern about BJP leaders’ reported claims that more regional leaders from JD( S) and Congress would join the party ahead of the bypolls, Siddaramaiah said it prevailed for individuals to change parties throughout elections and many have joined the Congress too.
” It will not make much of an impact. In whose favour will the people choose. what is in their minds is important. Things won’t change simply since a leader shifts from a party. Just due to the fact that somebody goes, voters likewise will not support him,” he said.
Siddaramaiah also took a dig at Chief Minister B S Yediyurappa for his scheduled aerial survey of flood struck locations. “It is the Chief Minister’s task to visit flood affected areas. But will going around in the air make him familiar with the problems faced by individuals on the ground? When there are floods and if there is a scenario and he can’t pass road in an automobile, then great,” he said in action to a question.
There have actually been a number of floods in the state, considering that this government pertained to power, did the Prime Minister go to even when, he questioned, as he struck out at the centre for not offering adequate relief to the state. Yediyurappa is scheduled to conduct an aerial study of flood struck Kalaburagi, Yadgir, Raichur and Vijayapura districts on October 21.
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