Between Congress, BJP and Majatha in by-elections for 2 Assembly constituencies in Karnataka Three-way competition Has occurred.
With the Karnataka Assembly elections scheduled for 2023, by-elections will be held on the 30th for the Chintaki and Hanagal constituencies.
This by-election has created great anticipation in Karnataka as it is a preview for the next Assembly elections and will be the first election to be held after Basavaraj becomes the puppet chief minister.
As a result, the ruling BJP, the opposition Congress and former Prime Minister Deve Gowda’s Majatha have fielded separate candidates. Because the BJP has to win and establish its leadership Chief Basavaraj toy Has banged the full range.
Leaders are busy
In both the constituencies, Basavaraj has been campaigning hard for the puppet despite the rain and sun. Similarly, all the ministers and senior BJP leaders have been ousted from the constituency.
Similarly, former chief ministers Chidramaiah and Kumaraswamy have been engaged in intense campaigning for their parties to win.