High Voltage Political Drama Takes Over Karnataka Days Before Crucial Polls

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  • Published On: May 05, 2023
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With hardly five days to vote in Karnataka, it is a high-voltage campaign by the BJP and the Congress. Prime Minister Narendra Modi at a rally in Ballari made a reference to the recent controversial film The Kerala Story, and accused the Congress of sheltering and nurturing terror elements. The controversy triggered by the Congress promising to ban the Bajrang Dal continued to be a moot point with Union minister Smriti Irani dubbing the Congress a Hindu hater.

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