Congress leader Siddaramaiah’s BIG declaration ahead of K’taka polls: ‘After this I will quit’ Apextalk

“After this election, I will quit electoral politics,” Karnataka Congress leader Siddaramaiah said at an election rally in Varuna, Mysuru on Wednesday. The former chief minister of Karnataka, will  only be contesting from the Varuna constituency in the upcoming Karnataka Assembly elections. 

On Saturday, Congress released their third list of candidates for the 224 seat assembly election. In the third list it was revealed that former CM Siddaramaiah was dropped by the Grand Old Party from contesting at Kolar, as he announced earlier, and the party fielded Kothur G Manjunath instead.

The Congress leader and former chief minister of Karnataka is expected to file his nominatoin for the Varuna constituency today, 19 April. 

The Karnataka Assembly Elections are scheduled to be held on 10 May and the results will be declared on 13 May. 




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