Rahul Gandhi’s three-day tour of Karnataka begins before assembly elections. karnataka election news

Bengaluru: Former Congress President Rahul Gandhi has left for a three-day tour of Karnataka to participate in several programs starting from Sunday.
The Congress leader will participate in two programs at Belagavi in ​​north Karnataka and Kunigal in Tumakuru district in view of the upcoming assembly elections in May.
As per the itinerary the leaders will proceed to Belagavi by road after landing at Hubli airport.
The Wayanad MP will hold a meeting with Congress leaders and supporters to discuss preparations for the “Yuvakranti Samavkar” in Belagavi, which is scheduled for Monday afternoon.
He will fly to Bangalore later that evening and spend the night here.
Gandhi will then go to Kunigal on Tuesday where he will participate in the ‘Praja Dhvani’ programme.
He will return to Bengaluru after attending the programme.
Congress leaders have claimed that they will win around 140 to 150 seats in the assembly elections this time.
(With inputs from PTI)


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