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“The voter ID scandal shows how desperate Congress is to win the elections. They are resorting to undemocratic ways to win elections,” Shah said at a press conference after wrapping up his campaign for the Karnataka polls.
Two days after the Election Commission seized 9,746 voter ID cards from an apartment in Bengaluru’s Rajarajeshwari Nagar constituency, Shah charged that the Siddaramaiah government was attempting to rig the May 12 election and urged voters not to fall into the ruling party’s trap.
“I would like to appeal to those who have fake voter ID cards to not come under the trap laid by the Congress party and should stay away from filthy election tactics adopted by them,” he said.
Allegations have been flying thick and fast in the wake of the voter ID row, with the BJP and the Congress accusing one another of perpetrating the racket to swing the high-stakes Karnataka polls in their favour.
Attacking chief minister Siddaramaiah on the purported decline of law and order in the southern state, Shah said the government failed to ensure justice for the BJP-RSS cadres killed in acts of political violence.
“Law and order have seen a downfall in Karnataka. More than 24 workers of BJP and RSS were brutally killed in the state and Congress considers it a part of politics. No efforts were made to nab the culprits,” he claimed.
The BJP chief said that during his more than 50,000 km-long journey traversing the state, he found the public quite “vocal” about the “failures of the Siddaramaiah government”.
“In the last five years, more than 3,500 farmers in Karnataka have committed suicide. That is a 173 per cent rise in the farmers’ suicide rate. All the development schemes are stuck like the Bengaluru traffic,” he jibed.
Shah asserted that the BJP will come to power in Karnataka by securing a comfortable majority, and shot down speculation of possible tie-ups with regional parties.
“BJP will win more than 130 seats and form government in Karnataka. There is no question of seeking or giving support to anyone,” he said.
The 224-member Karnataka Assembly goes to the polls on May 12 and the results will be declared on May 15.