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Himachal CM: BJP trying to get attention through religion-based politics

Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu, the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh, criticised the BJP’s election campaign in Karnataka and charged that the group had turned to religion-based politics to get voters. In an interview with ANI, he emphasised that Lord Hanuman statues are found in every Indian home and that the BJP’s strategy is an effort to attract public attention because they are not doing so in Karnataka.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will take part in two massive roadshows and four public gatherings as part of the BJP’s campaign in Karnataka. On May 6, he is scheduled to hold two roadshows in Bangalore after arriving on May 5.

PM Modi claimed that the Congress had verbally abused him during a rally in Karnataka and that the residents of that state do not support this “black culture.” He asked voters to utilise the phrase “Jai Bajrangbali” when casting their ballots in order to punish those who spout insults. He also reaffirmed the BJP’s intention to elevate Karnataka to the position of prime state in India.

In its electoral platform for Karnataka, the Congress party pledged to take stern action against groups like the Bajrang Dal and the Popular Front of India that sow division among caste- and religion-based communities. The party promised to take decisive action against such organisations, including by banning them, according to the manifesto, which said that anyone or any group that advocates hatred or hostility cannot violate the law or the Constitution.

Election day in Karnataka is set for May 10, and voting results will be tallied on May 13. Political parties are running a spirited campaign as election day draws near. The Congress is dedicated to take decisive action against groups that foment hatred based on caste and religion, whereas the BJP is concentrating on its roadmap and strategy to make Karnataka the top state in India.

However, other people, including the chief minister of Himachal Pradesh, have criticised the BJP’s religion-based politics. In the meantime, the Prime Minister has allegedly been verbally abused by the Congress. Which party will win the election is still up in the air, and its outcome is still undetermined.

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