Karnataka has India’s most corrupt govt, says Rahul Gandhi

Bangalore, 1/4: With Assembly elections a year away, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi on Friday asked his party to win not less than 150 seats in the 2023 Assembly polls and launched a major offensive against the Basavaraj Bommai-led BJP government.



“India’s most corrupt government is in Karnataka,” Rahul said during his address to party leaders and workers.


“PM Modi used to talk about corruption. Today, if he talks about corruption in Karnataka where there’s a 40 per cent commission government, then people of the state will laugh,” he said, referring to the Karnataka State Contractors Association going public with its complaint that they are forced to pay huge kickbacks.


Rahul said the BJP government in Karnataka was made using “financial resources and subterfuge”, referring to the 2019 defections

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