Rahul Gandhi Set To Start Karnataka Campaign From Kolar, Site Of 2019 ‘Modi Remark’


Bengaluru: As the Chief Election Commission announced the dates for the upcoming Karnataka assembly elections, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi will start his campaign from Kolar – the place where he made the remark which led to his disqualification.

According to reports, Rahul Gandhi is all set to start the campaign from April 5 from Kolar as a mark of defiance.

State party Chief DK Shivakumar during a rally said that “Rahul Gandhi will return to Kolar and begin his Satyameva Jayate Rally. We had requested him to begin the election yatra from here. Where he had made this statement, and which the BJP condemned his statement, he will begin his mega rally from here,”.

During the run-up to the 2019 election, the Wayanad MP hit back at PM Modi and said “How come all thieves have the common surname Modi “.

The comment was taken up as an insult to the OBC community leading to a case of defamation filed against him by Purnesh Modi.

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