Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s go to to Bengaluru on November 11, senior Congress chief Siddaramaiah on Monday wondered Modi’s contributions to Karnataka and said the latter become touring the State because Assembly election is fast approaching.

Ahead of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s go to to Bengaluru on November eleven, senior Congress chief Siddaramaiah on Monday puzzled Modi’s contributions to Karnataka and said the latter was traveling the State due to the fact Assembly election is fast approaching. Questioning his silence over allegations of corruption against the BJP government in the State, the former Chief Minister requested what changed into the slogan “Na Khaunga, Na Khane Doonga (neither will I bask in corruption nor allow everyone else to bask in it) for?”

“Modi says there may be a double-engine authorities in Karnataka, however what has he carried out? When there had been floods, he did not come, did no longer listen out the woes of the people. Now, with the elections are nearing, he is coming,” Siddaramaiah stated Huge welcome for Kharge in 1st go to to Karnataka after Congress prez polls

Speaking to journalists here, he said, “What has he (PM) finished concerning charge rise, unemployment. Hate politics accelerated after he got here to power. What has he accomplished to fulfil the promise of doubling farmers’ income. Not even 10 consistent with cent of promises made by the BJP in Karnataka have been implemented.”

Alleging that Modi did no longer take any motion in opposition to the ’40 in step with cent commission allegation against the BJP government in Karnataka’ no matter a letter to him from the State contractors’ association searching for motion, the Congressman asked, “What is then the slogan Na Khaunga, Na Khane Doonga for?” Modi is to visit the State on November 11 to wait diverse functions just like the inauguration of the second one terminal of the Kempegowda International Airport, 2d terminal, unveiling of a 108-foot statue of Bengaluru founder Nada Prabhu Kempegowda, and flagging off of the Chennai-Mysuru ‘Vande Bharat’ teach, amongst others.

Seeming to be not sure over the constituency from wherein he could be contesting the 2023 Assembly polls in Karnataka, the Leader of Opposition within the State Assembly indicated that he might not contest from his cutting-edge Karnataka Cong seeks probe into corruption allegations against BJP govt

“There is stress on me to contest from Badami, hundreds of ladies there have threatened to sit down in the front of my house to place pressure on me, they have got written a letter. The purpose I’m questioning a lot is due to the fact, I will no longer be able to be there within the constituency once every week, will now not be capable of meet people on a day by day basis and pay attention to problems and clear up them, as I will have other paintings,” stated Siddaramaiah.

He stated, “People are asking me to contest, however my moral sense tells me now not to; it’s been two months due to the fact that I were to Badami. I deliberate to move there the following day (Tuesday), however cancelled it, as I’ve other paintings.” There is likewise pressure to contest from Kolar, he said, “My son (Varuna MLA Yathindra Siddaramaiah) is calling me to contest from Varuna (Siddaramaiah had in advance represented the seat), and Chamrajpet MLA Zmeer Ahmed Khan is looking me to contest from his…From wherein need to I contest, our celebration will determine.”

Siddaramaiah has made it clean that he could not contest from Chamundeshwari. As the then sitting leader minister, he misplaced the 2018 polls in Chamundeshwari to JD(S) G T Deve Gowda through 36,042 votes. He, but, gained Badami, the opposite constituency from in which he had contested and defeated B Sriramulu (BJP) by means of 1,696 votes.

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