BJP wave has forced Siddaramaiah to change seat, says Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah on Friday said the wave in favour of his party in the state has forced Chief Minister Siddaramaiah to change his Assembly constituency from Varuna to Chamundeshwari.

Speaking to reporters after paying tributes to the statue of warrior-queen Rani Channamma at Kittur in the district, Shah said people of Karnataka want a change of guard and will thus oust the Congress from power.

People of the state will bring the party to power with a huge majority and make B S Yeddyurappa the chief minister, he added.

Siddaramaiah has realised the mood of the people. So, he has been forced to change his Assembly constituency, the BJP chief stated.

Campaigning for the Assembly elections in the state has been gained momentum and public anger against the Congress government led by Siddaramaiah is evident. Support for the BJP has been increasing and crowds at party programmes are an indication of the party coming to power, he said.

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