'Congress confident of victory in Karnataka' says CM Siddu

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Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has accused his Karnataka counterpart Siddaramaiah of killing Hindus, and Congress chief Rahul Gandhi of instigating communal rift, thus taking the chief ministers' long-standing beef to a new level.

Leaders led by BJP district president H. Yogaramesh took out a march from their party office to the Congress office holding placards with slogans.

Rahul Gandhi is expected to visit Karnataka from February 10-12 for the first leg of the election campaign.

"We, senior leaders including the KPCC President and General Secretary in charge and secretaries, are confident that the Congress party will come back to power on its own with a comfortable majority", Siddaramaiah told reporters after the meeting here.

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"Rahul Gandhi was very happy to know that there is no anti-incumbency against our government, and that all programmes that were mentioned in our manifesto have been completed", Siddaramaiah said. "Amit Shah is also raising the same and Prime Minister Narendra Modi may also raise the same issue", Mr Siddaramaiah said while responding to a question about the BJP attack against him on Hindutwa. They are raising irrelevant issues. What they (BJP) are preaching is not Hindutva.

Meanwhile at the Malavalli helipad, the Chief Minister said he was going to Delhi on Saturday to discuss the coming state elections with the central leadership. I said I am also a Hindu but a humane Hindu.

Another BJP MLA, BN Vijaya Kumar slammed the Congress saying, "They are dividing the nation on many issues and they are not nationalistic".