BJP leaders protesting against Siddaramaiah detained

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The travel plan was decided at a strategy meeting chaired by Rahul on Saturday which was attended by all senior Congress leaders from Karnataka, including chief minister Siddaramaiah. As per reports, the police more than 80 workers into custody. "We will tell people of Karnataka what we have done for them and their betterment".

Steps to counter the BJP's possible attempts to create communal tension ahead of the polls in September were also discussed.

He said that his party will approach the court of law against Mr. Siddaramaiah and that he has to apologise in the court for his derogatory remarks against RSS and BJP. "Being a Hindu myself, I follow it with humanity", Siddaramaiah said. "Rahul ji will be on a three-day tour of Karnataka from February 10 to February 12 and the tour plan is still being worked out". "Amit Shah is also raising the same and Prime Minister Narendra Modi may also raise the same issue", Mr Siddaramaiah said while responding to a question about the BJP attack against him on Hindutwa.

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The year 2018 going to witness an assembly poll, which is a prestigious Assembly poll for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Indian National Congress (INC). Karandlaje accused Siddaramaiah of indulging in "vote bank politics".

According to Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, the upcoming Assembly polls in the state would be a battle between two ideologies - communalism and secularism. The BJP demanded that Siddaramiah and Rao be made "liable for defamation and promotion of enmity between citizens" under IPC Section 153A and under provisions of law.