Congress ropes in Sonia Gandhi for crucial last leg of Karnataka campaign

The Congress party in Karnataka has roped in Sonia Gandhi, the former president of the party, for its last leg of campaigning in the state. Karnataka is currently in the midst of a crucial electoral battle, with elections scheduled for May 12th. With just a few days left before voting day, the Congress party is leaving no stone unturned in its bid to retain power in the state.

Sonia Gandhi has been a key figure in the Congress party for several years and her presence is expected to boost the morale of the party workers and supporters. The party hopes that her appeal will help swing undecided voters in its favour. Sonia Gandhi is expected to address several rallies across the state, including in the capital city of Bengaluru.

The Congress party is facing a tough challenge from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in Karnataka, with the latter putting up a strong fight to wrest power from the ruling party. The BJP has been campaigning aggressively in the state, with its top leaders, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing multiple rallies.

The Congress party has been in power in Karnataka since 2018, and it is keen to retain power in the state. The party has been highlighting its achievements in the state over the past few years, including its efforts to improve the infrastructure and provide better healthcare and education to the people.

The BJP, on the other hand, has been focusing on issues such as corruption and law and order, accusing the Congress of failing to provide a safe and secure environment for the people. The party has also promised to bring about a change in the state’s development agenda and to provide more jobs to the youth.

With just a few days left before voting day, both parties are leaving no stone unturned in their bid to win the hearts and minds of the voters. The outcome of the elections will have a significant impact on the political landscape of the country, and all eyes are on Karnataka as the state heads into the crucial last leg of campaigning.

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