Karnataka Assembly Polls: Another Reddy brother in BJP's third list

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BJP president Amit Shah launched a scathing attack on the Congress in Sonia Gandhi's Lok Sabha constituency Rae Bareli, Uttar Pradesh. Shah hit out at the Congress leadership saying, several top Congress leaders have been elected from Rae Bareli, but the area remains underdeveloped.

"We will develop it as an ideal constituency and a model district", he said.

Singh thanked Shah for letting him join BJP and accused the Gandhi family of running the Congress like a private company.

In a related development, another BJP leader K S Eshwarappa, the party's leader in the state Legislative Council, also filed his nomination from Shivamogga Assembly segment.

He alleged that the grand old party was trying to "defame" Hindus. The saffron party is waging a decisive battle and having intense fight with Congress to recapture power.

He said the BJP government at the Centre was making efforts to ensure smooth implementation of GST.

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"Mr. Shah said by using the phrase "saffron terror", Congress leaders had t" arnished the image of Hindu culture worldwide".

People gathered in large numbers along the narrow lanes of this rapidly growing town in Bengaluru Rural district as Shah took out the roadshow.

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Lingayats form about 17 per cent of Karnataka's population and experts suggest that their votes could be decisive in 110 of the 224 assembly constituencies in the poll-bound state.

Shah said that in a state, which was known for its lawlessness under previous regimes, rowdy elements started fleeing as Yogi Adityanath assumed office.

Barring three exceptions - 1977, 1996 and 1998 - Rae Bareli has stood with the Congress since 1952.