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Toxic politics of Congress has been rejected, says Nirmala Sitharaman

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Toxic politics of Congress has been rejected, says Nirmala Sitharaman


In a strongly-worded interview to TIMES NOW, Minister of Defence Nirmala Sitharaman said that the Congress has been “rejected” by Karnataka because of its divisive and toxic politics. Simultaneously, Sitharaman also said that it is a historic day since BJP breached the 100-mark

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File photo of Nirmala Sitharaman. |Photo Credit:&nbspBCCL

In a strongly-worded interview to TIMES NOW, Minister of Defence Nirmala Sitharaman said that the Congress has been “rejected” by Karnataka because of its divisive and toxic politics. Simultaneously, Sitharaman also said that it is a historic day since BJP breached the 100-mark in the counting of votes for the Karnataka Assembly Elections according to latest trends.

“Today is a very historic day. The divisive and toxic politics of the Congress has been rejected by the people of Karnataka,” Sitharaman said while speaking to TIMES NOW.

During her conversation, Sitharaman also said that Karnataka was “fed up” of its existing government. Karnataka is being ruled by the incumbent Congress government, led by Siddaramaiah since 2013. 

“Locally, people were fed up of the government that was not paying respect to the law and order situation. A whole lot of issues, on which, for 4 years the government did nothing and suddenly it wanted to do the dirty toxic activities to win,” she added. 

In fact, Nirmala Sitharaman also celebrated with Minister of Law & Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad. See pictures:

As per latest trends at 12: 18 pm, BJP was leading in 111 seats while the Congress was ahead in 71 seats. 

The exit polls, meanwhile, depicted a slightly different overview of the election scenario in Karnataka. Six of the eight exit polls gave Bhartiya Janata Party a lead and others put Congress ahead. Three polls had predicted that BJP and Congress can form the government on their own.





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