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LIVE: Rahul Gandhi, in Kolar, Karnataka is full of fear, government will come out of fear of farmers

Rahul Gandhi's suppressing rallies in Karnataka

* Promotions for JDS candidates

* Rally in Kolar, Chitradurga and Mandya

  New Delhi -After the first phase of Lok Sabha elections, Congress President Rahul Gandhi is now on a South tour under the second phase on April 18. Here in Karnataka, there are their immediate rallies. In this episode Rahul Gandhi reached Kolar in Karnataka. Here Rahul Gandhi repeated the Congress manifesto for farmers He said that if our government was formed then there would be separate budget for the farmers. At the beginning of the year, they will know that the government is going to do it for them. It is our responsibility to scare away the farmers' minds. No farmer will be jailed for fear of debt. Here he again once again targeted the BJP and the Modi government on the job.

        Llet us tell you that in Karnataka Rahul is sharing a rally with JDS chief and former PM HD Deve Gowda. The rally between the Congress and the JDS on the sharing of seats is a militant environment, in which the rally is being considered as important for the encouragement of the workers of both the parties.

Rahul Gandhi will address the party's election rally in Mandya parliamentary constituency Chitradurga and KR Nagar. Mandya is about 100 kilometers south-west from Bangalore. According to Congress office-bearer Prakash Rathod, "Rahul Gandhi will campaign for our four candidates in Kolar and Chitradurga. He will also address election rally for Nikhil Kumaraswamy, the candidate for coalition constituency Janata Dal (Secular) in Mandya."

LLet us tell you that Rahul will address the public meeting at Chitradurga at noon one and one and one in Mandya at 4 pm. Significantly, there are 28 Lok Sabha seats in the state. Polling for 14 seats in central Karnataka will be on 18th April. While the remaining 14 seats are in the coastal and northern areas, where voting will be held on 23 April. Counting for all the seats will be on May 23.

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