The improper use of the BJP Constitution will receive a lesson in Karnataka according to surveys: Mallikarjun Kharge

BENGALURU: Congress leader Mallikarjun Kharge On Sunday he said that the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is misusing the Constitution and that they will be taught a lesson in the next elections.

BJP is misusing the Constitution. So let's see what happens next (about Congress's alliance with JDS). People are watching everything how power is being misused at the state and central level, Kharge told reporters in the office (KPCC) here. .

It is important to teach BJP a lesson and we have to win all 15 seats.

Indicating that the party was not reluctant to ally with JD (S), he said: There are sources that say that JDS and Congress will come together to form the government after the results of the survey.

Kharge also said that all disqualified MLAs will lose in Karnataka by cheating on ideology and the party, and people are really mad at them.

He also accused the BJP of using harmful means to win the elections.

BJP is distributing money to voters, which is dangerous for democracy. Currently, BJP is pushing even voters. If they do not succeed through these means, then they raise religious things to fight in the elections, he said.

Kharge said the prime minister Narendra Modi of neglecting Karnataka and being insensitive to the concerns of the state.

The local BJP leadership promised to bring funds from the center if their government came to power in Karnataka, but they brought nothing even after such a large flood. Modi did not talk about Karnataka or visit the state, he said.

In my opinion, Modi hates Karnataka, I don't know what the reason is. Do you hate Karnataka because you hate Yediyurappa? He never helps Karnataka for reasons unknown to us, he added.

Speaking about politics, Kharge said: We formed the government with Shiv Sena even when our president was not in favor. But the suggestions of the MLA, other parties and leftist parties suggested we keep BJP out of power, so we formed the government with NCP and Shiv Sena. We just wanted to keep the fascist party away.

Partial elections for 15 of the 17 seats in Karnataka are scheduled for December 5. The results will be declared on December 9.