BS Yediyurappa stated he was assured that the get together’s prospects had been shiny in bypolls (FILE)

Shivamogga:

Karnataka Chief Minister BS Yediyurappa on Sunday exuded confidence in regards to the BJP’s victory in Sira and Rajarajeshwari Nagar meeting bypolls to be held on November 3.

“We’re 100 per cent certain in regards to the victory of the BJP candidates. Our solely concern is learn how to widen the victory margin,” Mr Yediyurappa advised reporters.

Noting that his son and BJP state vice chairman BY Vijayendra has been tenting in Sira for the previous three days, main the election marketing campaign there, he stated he was assured that the get together’s prospects had been shiny within the meeting section.

In the course of the 2018 meeting elections, the BJP had misplaced in each the constituencies.

On the rains within the state, the Chief Minister stated the individuals of Malnad area had been anticipating harvest this time resulting from sufficient rains whereas in North Karnataka, the downpour and floods have precipitated harm to the standing crop.

Mr Yediyurappa stated the distribution of compensation to the individuals in rain affected areas has begun.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi too has assured sufficient reduction to the flood-hit individuals of the state, he added.

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