BJP terms Siddaramaiah's rule 'tyrannical', says 'redemption' not too far

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On a related note, the 224-member Karnataka Assembly will go to polls on May 12, and counting of votes will be held on May 15. The date of scrutiny for nomination will be April 25. The poll which was commissioned by the Congress states that the party is expected to win around 124 seats.

However, Times Now has refuted to the allegations of poll date leak.

Emphasising on the inclusive nature of these state elections, he added, "Some of the officials with disabilities will be employed as the polling staff for the first time". He said that the people of Karnataka were not happy with the rule of Siddramiah and want to change the government.

When questioned by media about the "leak" of poll dates, Rawat first dismissed Malviya's tweet as "conjectures" but later said the commission would investigate the matter and take appropriate action.

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With the notification of the poll schedule in Karnataka, the much-awaited contest between the Congress and the BJP is set to engage the nation's attention for the next six weeks.

BJP's IT Cell head Amit Malviya disclosing the poll schedule ahead of the formal announcement. Though he deleted the tweet, he got the poll date right but the date of counting wrong.

He said webcasting at identified critical stations for live monitoring of election process, to keep a check on illegal activities such as booth capturing, money distribution and bogus voting etc will also be done. KPCC President G Parameshwara said in a tweet.

Last election, the voter turnout was around 71.45 per cent.

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Congress hopes to retain power in Karnataka. It also requires the panel to enquire from a Kannada channel allegedly owned by a BJP MP on how it announced the dates beforehand.

"Both parties are two sides of the same coin, not caring about the people and farmers of Karnataka", he said. The BJP holds 44 and the JD (s) has 40 seats respectively.

The State has seen bitter campaigning by both the parities with allegations of communal and political murders and tit-for-tat charges of large-scale corruption.

File image of Karnataka chief minister Siddaramaiah and Karnataka BJP chief BS Yeddyurappa.

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The shouting match between the Congress and the JD (S) father-son duo of H.D. Deve Gowda and H.D. Kumaraswamy underlines the Vokkaliga-backed third power centre's ability to play game-changer.