Karnataka polls: Rahul Gandhi kickstarts 'JanaAashirwada Yatre', Congress tears into BJP

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The former Karnataka chief minister said that the arrival of Rahul Gandhi in Karnataka will only bring good fortunes for the saffron party. That's why he drives the vehicle into potholes.

Sonia said she would work with Congress President Rahul Gandhi and other colleagues for discussions with the like-minded political parties "to ensure that in the next election, the BJP is defeated, and India is restored to a democratic, inclusive, secular, tolerant and economically progressive path".

Warning that attempts to polarise would be made ahead of the Karnataka Assembly polls, Sonia accused the Modi government of "arrogance and dis-honesty which tells us that the government is out of touch with the reality".

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Rahul Gandhi shared a video to counter Prime Minister Narendra Modi's speech where he invoked Mahatma Gandhi and attacked Congress during the course of marathon reply in the Lok Sabha and the Rajya Sabha to the debate on the motion of thanks on the President's address. "The country does not want to hear history". Rahul Gandhi who kickstarted his 4-day Karnataka visit on Saturday indicated that he is not gonna leave it easy for the Bharatiya Janata Party to make further in-grounds in the state by taking on the Prime Minister on the very first day of his state visit.

"Gandhi will inform the people about the policies, programmes and achievements of the state government during the last five years and how the various social welfare schemes have benefitted them", said Ugrappa. "You have to trust people who tell the truth and must not believe those who speak lies", Rahul said, referring to a special status given to the Hyderabad-Karnataka region during the UPA regime. "If Bangalore is on its feet today, one of the reasons for it is HAL. Modi snatched the contract from Karnataka and gave it to his rich friend", Rahul claimed. "But he forgets that it was the BJP government led by B S Yeddyurappa that broke the record in corruption", he added.