Karnataka election 2018: Sting video to mud-slinging, campaign ends with fiery rhetoric
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: As the Karnataka Assembly election is being considered significant before the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, both incumbent Congress and the BJP, the main opposition party, did not leave anything to chance by pooling in all possible resources from their national leadership. Taking time off from his busy schedule, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed 19 rallies covering 18 Assembly constituencies, while Congress president Rahul Gandhi took part in 17 rallies in 15 constituencies. UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi, however, attended only one public rally in Bijapur.
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2018: Prime Minister Narendra Modi waves at his supporters during an election campaign rally at Chikmagalur in Karnataka on Wednesday. Image source: PTI