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Union Home Minister Amit Shah has shattered all speculation about his party that it would be collaborating with JDS in the upcoming state assembly elections. In a totally opposing notion, he claimed that the party is run by a corrupted family.

This statement could potentially assure a triangular fight between the BJP, Congress, and JDS in the Mandya region. The party is also attempting to capitalize on the area’s large population of sugarcane growers. As the Karnataka election approaches, major parties are gearing up for full-fledged campaigns. In the speech during his Mysuru visit, he also gave the task of delivering results to the Vokkaliga ministers since this party does not want to be a collaborator of the JDS.

As the Vokkaliga community dominates the Old Mysuru region, ministers and party leaders intend to concentrate their efforts in and around Mandya. The BJP party are aiming to take over the vote banks of the JDS and Congress. Leaders of Vokkaliga community believe that the establishment of Mandya University would have a positive impact on the BJP party. This would improve the region’s education sector and attract the young voters too.

The State Cabinet has given the Vokkaliga community a significant chunk of ministerial berths, accounting nearly one-fourth of the total. As a result, BJP candidates in Vokkaliga are expected to show record numbers. R Ashoka, C N Ashwath Narayan, K Gopalaiah, K Sudhakar, S T Somashekar, K C Narayana Gowda, and Araga Jnanendra are among the ministers.

Amit Shah’s visit to Mysuru was a significant one, as it indicates the focus on laying the groundwork for the upcoming election. The campaign explores booth-level participation, and it has shown the determination of the saffron party. Several ministers and leaders of the party claimed that they will be getting a record number of seats, defeating JDS and Congress.

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