Karnataka polls: Former Congress CM Siddaramaiah finds support in Kolar amid search of new home turf – The Economic Times

Senior Congress leader Siddaramaiah is veering towards Kolar to contest the assembly polls as his followers reckon it as a safe seat for him. The 75-year-old former CM went on a whirlwind tour of the district, close to Bengaluru, on Sunday to get a quick sense of voter mood there and make a quick decision. The seat was won by the JD(S) in the 2018 assembly polls, but its MLA has switched loyalties to the Congress.
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