Battle lines have been drawn in Karnataka ahead of the forthcoming Assembly elections scheduled to be held on May 12. As the election was approaching the southern state, both the Congress and the BJP shifted their political gears and started campaigning more aggressively.
While Rahul Gandhi is spearheading Congress’ campaign in Karnataka, BJP has once again gone with its tried and tested “Narendra Modi” formula.
On Thursday, Prime Minister Modi will launch the third leg of BJP’s campaigning and address three rallies in Kalaburagi, Ballari and Bengaluru. On the other hand, Rahul will lead the Congress’ Jana Ashirwada Yatre and hold “corner meetings” in Karnataka’s Bidar district.