PM Modi's rallies will not going to have any 'impact': CM Siddaramaiah

In Karnataka, polling will take place on May 12 and result will be announced on May 15. BJP is trying to arm-twist power from the ruling Congress in this South Indian state.

PM Modi's rallies will not going to have any 'impact': CM Siddaramaiah
CM Siddaramaiah (Image: ANI)
By: ABP News Bureau
Updated: 01 May 2018 01:48 PM
New Delhi: Commenting on PM Narendra Modi's visit to poll bound Karnataka, CM Siddaramaiah said, "It is not going to have any impact."

"It is a democracy, we have no personal enmity with the PM. We have no objection to him coming here (Karnataka), but it is not going to have any impact," Siddaramaiah said, reported ANI, on Tuesday.

Meanwhile, in a related but another development, BJP's CM candidate BS Yeddyurappa at public rally in Mysuru "clarified" that the party will form government on its own and will not look for ally.


"Some people say that BJP will ally with JDS, I want to clarify that we will form the government on our own," Yeddyurappa said.

Commenting on the Congress, he said-"It will not win more than 50 seats, there is a wave of BJP in the state, we will win more than 150 seats, JDS will not win more than 25 seats."




In Karnataka, polling will take place on May 12 and result will be announced on May 15. BJP is trying to arm-twist power from the ruling Congress in this South Indian state.

Commenting on his chances of winning Karnataka Assembly election, state CM Siddaramaiah had recently said that he had "faith in the voters".

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