Congress launches marketing campaign in opposition to BJP, questions unkept guarantees

Preparing the pitch for the Assembly polls subsequent 12 months, the Congress in Karnataka on Monday introduced a marketing campaign “Nim Hatra Idya Uttara?” (Do you could have a solution?), in opposition to the ruling BJP within the State for its “unfulfilled” guarantees made by the occasion in its election manifesto in 2018.

The marketing campaign, seen as a counter to BJP’s ‘Janotsava’ marketing campaign, was launched by AICC common secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala, KPCC president D Ok Shivakumar, Leader of the Opposition Siddaramaiah, amongst others, and can go on until the 2023 Assembly polls with the Congress asking the BJP questions every single day.

“The BJP made 600 promises to the people of Karnataka and they haven’t started work on 91 per cent of them. This is a campaign we have initiated to put the truth before the people, summarising the betrayal by the saffron party,” Surjewala mentioned.


Speaking to reporters right here, he accused the BJP of being power-hungry and alleged that its administration was corrupt.

“This is a government of four Cs – crumbling infrastructure, complete policy paralysis, corruption and communal tension,” he mentioned as he known as Bommai as “perhaps the most incompetent CM in the history of Karnataka heading the most-corrupt government in the country.” Congress Legislature Party chief Siddaramaiah accused the BJP of bringing down the State’s picture by indulging in corruption, referring to scams just like the one associated to recruitment of sub- inspectors of the police.

“To hide their failures, they are raising religious issues,” he mentioned.

The BJP’s 2018 manifesto was titled ‘Namma Karnatakakakke Namma Vachana’ (Our promise to our Karnataka), Shivakumar mentioned and added, “Instead they have done vanchane (betrayed) the people of the State.”

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