DelhiDesk The high-stakes Karnataka Assembly election concluded on Monday, with the ruling BJP seeking to retain its stronghold in the south and the opposition Congress hoping to gain ground. Meanwhile, the JD(S) is hoping to emerge as the leading party. The BJP’s campaign focused on Prime Minister Narendra Modi, national programs, and achievements of the union government, while the Congress emphasized local issues. The low-key campaigning for bypolls in two Uttar Pradesh assembly constituencies also ended on Monday.
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👉 The high octane Karnataka Assembly election came to an end on Monday ahead of the mega ballot battle set for May 10.
👉 The ruling BJP is looking to retain its southern citadel while the Congress hopes to wrest power and give the party some much-needed elbow room.
👉 Meanwhile the JD(S) led by former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda is hoping to emerge as ‘king’.
👉 The BJP’s campaign had been somewhat ‘centralised’, laying emphasis on Prime Minister Narendra Modi.
👉 The Congress by-and-large focused on local issues and its campaign was also run by its state leaders initially.
👉 The JD(S) also ran a highly localized campaign, anchored solely by its leader HD Kumaraswamy.
👉 The low-key campaigning for bypolls in two Uttar Pradesh assembly constituencies also ended on Monday.
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