‘Bad treatment of elders in BJP…’, said former CM Jagadish Shettar after first meeting with Rahul Gandhi

Karnataka Election 2

Karnataka Election: Former Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar, who rebelled against the BJP and joined the Congress, met Rahul Gandhi for the first time on Sunday. During this, he talked to Rahul Gandhi on many issues. After the meeting, Shettar alleged that old leaders were being neglected in the BJP. Because of their bad behavior, I have joined Congress. Rahul Gandhi is the leader of the Congress party, so I have met him.

some people are controlling the government

Jagadish Shettar on Thursday alleged that some people with vested interests were controlling the BJP government in Karnataka. The BJP government in Karnataka has completed 5 years. People are misbehaving with seniors but they are silent on other issues like development. Have important issues been resolved?

Shettar contesting from Hubli seat

Jagadish Shettar filed his nomination from the Hubli-Dharwad-Central assembly constituency on Wednesday. Jagadish Shettar has become the second senior leader from the Lingayat community to quit the BJP and join the Congress in less than a week. Earlier, former Deputy Chief Minister of Karnataka Laxman Savadi had joined the Congress. Shettar is pitted against BJP candidate Mahesh Tenginkai. The Karnataka assembly elections will be held in a single phase on May 10, with the counting of votes taking place on May 13.

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