Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 LIVE updates: Congress delegation arrives at EC office to highlight ‘fake’ voter IDs
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Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 LIVE updates: Congress delegation arrives at EC office to highlight ‘fake’ voter IDs

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Karnataka Assembly Election 2018 LIVE updates: A Congress delegation led by senior leader Anand Sharma delegation has arrived at Election Commission's office in Delhi over "fake" voter IDs recovered in Bengaluru.

Interacting with women factory workers in Bengaluru, Congress president Rahul Gandhi addressed the issue of unemployment due to closure of small businesses. "In India, 90 percent of money in the banks goes to selected 10-15 people. How many people did Nirav Modi employ? He didn't employ anyone, but the banks gave him Rs 33,000 crore to him," he said.

In Bangarapet, Narendra Modi lashed out at Rahul Gandhi over his aspiration to become the prime minister. "How can someone just declare himself as the prime minister? This is simply nothing but arrogance," Modi said.

A political slugfest erupted in Karnataka after the Election Commission confirmed that 9,746 voter IDs were seized from an apartment in Bengaluru. The BJP and Congress accused each other of interfering in the election process, and are both seeking to approach the poll panel over the issue.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi said on Twitter that Congress vs BJP is a "no contest" in Karnataka. Apart from addressing three rallies on Wednesday, Rahul will visit two temples and a garment factory.

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