Karnataka CM noted that there was 'no anti-incumbency' against his government. Photograph: (Zee News Network)
Rahul Gandhi will visit Karnataka from February 10-12 for the first leg of the election campaign
Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah met Congress President Rahul Gandhi at his Delhi residence today. Siddaramaiah was accompanied by senior party leaders from the Karnataka state assembly.
The minister noted that there was "no anti-incumbency" against his government and that all programmes mentioned it the manifesto was implemented successfully in the state.
Siddaramaiah noted that the Congress chief was delighted after knowing the same.
The CM also accused the BJP of "raising irrelevant issues".
Congress' Karnataka unit chief, Dr G Parameshwara, shared that Rahul Gandhi will visit Karnataka from February 10-12 "for the first leg of the election campaign".
Congress President Rahul Gandhi is visiting Karnataka from 10-12 February for first leg of election campaign. He will be addressing meetings, interacting with various groups of intellectuals, farmers, women and students: Dr. G. Parameshwara, Karnataka Congress chief pic.twitter.com/ZYW0qaIY3t— ANI (@ANI) January 13, 2018
The Congress president, on his visit, will address meetings and interact with groups of intellectuals, farmers, women and students.
(With inputs from ANI)