Udupi: Pro-Congress wave both in state and nation – Ivan D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Udupi (JD)

Udupi, Apr 17: "Mosquito numbers drastically decreased after Modi's visit to Mangaluru," stated Ivan D’Souza, KPCC spokesperson in Udupi on Wednesday, April 17. He was discussing the voter response following Prime Minister Modi's visit to Mangaluru. "Under the leadership of chief minister Siddaramaiah and KPCC president D K Shivakumar, we anticipate winning at least 20 seats in Karnataka state," he added.

He further said, "There is a pro-Congress wave both in the state and the nation, and people have decided to ensure the victory of Congress candidates. The guarantee cards distributed during previous elections have been retained by the voters, who are appreciating the guarantee schemes. The economic condition of the people has improved, and 6.5 crore people have acknowledged it. Now, we have introduced Nyay guarantees, wherein BPL cardholder women will receive Rs 1 lac annually. We are confident of winning this election, including in Udupi-Chikkamagaluru, Dakshina Kannada, and Shivamogga. K Jayaprakash Hegde is sure to emerge victorious. Shobha Karandlaje's ten-year tenure has failed to bring any new projects to the constituency. Even her own party members shouted 'Go back'. J P Hegde's persona is widely accepted by the voters.

"BJP is mocking the guarantee schemes, and women will not forgive HD Kumaraswamy for his statement. This concerns the lives of people. BJP and JD(S) are dividing society, but this will end with the election. BJP proclaimed 'Sab ka saath, sabka vikas', but how many seats did they allocate to minorities under this slogan? Why did they not strive to provide representation to the 20% minority population? We will ensure the full implementation of the guarantee schemes. Instead of generating employment, PSUs have been privatized. The banks in our district have been merged, erasing our identity," he stated.

Regarding the postponement of the chief minister's programme in Udupi, Ivan remarked, "It is merely a rescheduling of our agenda. Numerous senior leaders will participate in the campaign. We are also considering bringing Priyanka Gandhi to Udupi for the campaign."

He then criticized the BJP, stating, "BJP MPs have not advocated for the state, not even once. The top-ranking BJP MP Nalin Kumar Kateel, was the first to be removed from candidacy.”

Ashok Kumar Kodavoor, president Udupi district Congress Kishan Hegde Kolkebailu, working president Krishnamurthy Acharya, Bhasker Rao Kediyoor, Prashanth Jattanna and others were present.






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