Karnataka Elections: Money offer to voters! BJP leader said – 6000 rupees for one vote, party’s refusal – न्यूज़लीड India

Karnataka Elections: Money offer to voters! BJP leader said – 6000 rupees for one vote, party’s refusal

Karnataka Elections: Money offer to voters!  BJP leader said – 6000 rupees for one vote, party’s refusal



Campaigning for the Karnataka Assembly elections has begun. Meanwhile, a BJP leader has been accused of luring money for votes. However, the party high command has rejected these allegations.

Less than a year is left for the Karnataka assembly elections. BJP and Congress leaders have started campaigning in favor of the party. Meanwhile, a serious allegation has been leveled against a BJP leader of giving allurement of money to woo the voters. According to a report, BJP leader Ramesh Jarkiholi said that he will give Rs 6000 for one vote if he votes for BJP. However, the BJP has rejected such allegations.

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