News ECG: In May, there will be elections in the state of Karnataka. The state’s major parties are ramping up their campaigns with only two months till the elections. The Congress, the BJP, and the secular Janata Dal are vying for the state in a three-way race.
Aam Aadmi Party is also running in the Karnataka assembly elections for the first time in such an environment. In this instance, BJP leader and Union Home Minister Amit Shah claimed during his campaign in Karnataka that the party would end corruption in the state if it were to win.
A video showing a BJP MLA’s son allegedly asking for a 40% commission while calculating the cash he received from a dishonest contractor has gone popular on social media. The opposition parties then initiated a protest by posting the film online as evidence of the BJP’s success in eliminating corruption.
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Arvind Kejriwal, the chief minister of Delhi and the leader of the Aam Aadmi Party, ran for office today for the first time in the state. Then he continued, “Yesterday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah visited Karnataka and urged the populace to vote in the next assembly elections with an absolute majority to install a corrupt-free regime.
Then someone failed to tell him that the BJP already controlled the state at the time. I want to ask him why it took you four years to get rid of corruption. The Davanagere BJP Lawmaker and his son failed to be arrested after being exposed as bribers in the bribery case.
Instead, Manish Sisodia was detained because of personal grudges. Kempanna, the president of the State Contractors Association, wrote to Prime Minister Narendra Modi to complain about the demands for a 40% commission from Karnataka’s ministers.
Under the BJP administration, which takes pride in being a dual-engine government with BJPs in power at both the state and federal levels, corruption doubles. Thus, we require modern, corrupt-free government infrastructure.
Citizens ought to give the Aam Aadmi Party a chance to transform Karnataka. We are unwaveringly truthful. We’ll deliver government without corruption. Let’s establish good government schools, offer great education, and provide free electricity, Kejriwal remarked.
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