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  Banglore, April 18, (
Whether the Congress party has released its list of candidates for the Karnataka elections, soon after the rebel  boomed. Many senior leaders threatened to resign to the party's primary membership, while some insulted Chief Minister Siddaramaiah. The rebellions began before the list of candidates was completely lost. Various rebellious leaders have come across the country across the state. Mainly Hungal, Mayakonda, Jagalur, Tiptur, Kunigal, Kolar, Kollegal, Belur, Badami, Kittur, Rajaji Nagar etc. Several constituencies have seen revolts. Senior Congress leader Manjula Naidu, who has been in the fray for nearly 20 years, has been scared of the seat of Rajaji Nagar seat.


She was ready to contest as Congress' rebel candidate. She was angry over the fact that she served the Congress Party for two decades and now gives her a chance to win the Rajaji Nagar constituency in the Assembly elections and eventually remove her name  Mayor Padmavati. SHe has done a great job in strengthening the Congress in the Rajaji Nagar constituency, which has been known to gain power over the BJP. Former Excise Department Manohar Tahsildar, who is currently representing the Hangul constituency, protested against the ticket. Jaguroor MLA HP Rajesh had gone to Bangalore on Sunday to meet Chief Minister after his name was not on the list. Dibi Inamdar supporters blamed the party for failing to win the Kittur ticket this time despite winning the five-time MLA. His cousin Babasaheb Patil has decided to hike the ticket. The senior leader P. Ramesh, who lost from the CV Raman Nagar in Bangalore in 2013, has announced that he will contest as JD (S) candidate from the seat. This is not the Indira Gandhi Congress, but it is the Siddaramaiah Tughlaq Congress, Rather than replacing Ravehs in this place, mayor R. Sippatraj gave a ticket. This is the reason for the uprising that has resulted in a lot of ticket to the party due to the fighting between senior party leader Mallikarjun Kharge and DK Shivakumar Varga. Those who have come from outsiders do not give the ticket to the Chief Minister. Many of the people who did not receive tickets were willing to compete independently. Some are going to JD (S).

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