Exit poll indicates BJP will sweep RR Nagar, Sira bypoll; Siddu says Cong will win both seats


Team Udayavani, Nov 8, 2020, 1:03 PM IST

Bengaluru: A day after exit poll result showed that the ruling BJP is likely to win both Sira and RR Nagar Assembly bypolls, former chief minister Siddaramaiah was skeptical of the exit poll and expressed confidence that the party would win both seats.

According to the exit poll, BJP candidate N Munirathna will win in RR Nagar, Congress candidate H Kusuma will stand second and JDS candidate Krishnamurthy third. In Sira, BJP candidate Dr Rajesh Gowda will breast the victory tape, leaving behind Congress’ TB Jayachandra and JDS candidate Ammajamma in the second and third spots, said news television channels, citing the exit poll conducted by CVoter.

However, Siddaramaiah expressed confidence that voters are in our favor and Congress will win both seats.

Speaking about Former minister Vinay Kulkarni’s arrest in connection with Yogesh Gowda murder case, Siddaramaih said, “BJP is simply politicizing the by reopening it again and arresting Vinay.”

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