“I would like to give an example of how specifically Karnataka voters have been responding to lies and hypocrisy of the political parties. In the past 10 to 11 months, India has been facing two major challenges; one is COVID-19 and second is destabilisation, lies, hypocrisy and U-turn politics, which started before 2019 and is still going on in the country,” Chandrashekhar said.
“In order to mislead the groups of citizens, these political parties have been mixing half-truth with multiple lies, as they did during the introduction of CAA bill and now during the Farm bill,” he said.
“In May 2019, BJP procured 25 seats out of 28 in Karnataka with 51.38% of the votes. Congress got one seat and JDS got one seat as well.”
“Gram Panchayats in rural areas of Karnataka also gave a decisive minority in the recent elections, expressing confidence in the policies of BJP and PM Modi. These elections were held when lies were being spread about new farm laws.”
“Out of this, 55% Gram Panchayats have supported BJP and 53% members have supported BJP.”
“This simply means that the farmers of Karnataka have given a very direct and clear message that they have full faith in PM Modiji’s vision, and the schemes run by the government for the benefit of farmers in the last few years,” he added.