He said the government has launched the Rs 80 crore Nugu lift irrigation and tank filling projects.
He ridiculed PM Narendra Modi for not replying to a letter written by the State Contractors Association about government representatives demanding 40 per cent commission
Former minister CP Yogishwar said there is no scarcity of candidates for BJP in Mandya.
A delegation of Siddararamaiah, AICC General Secretary Randeep Singh Surjewala and KPCC president DK Shivakumar met the CEO earlier in the morning.
The CM also rubbished the allegation that the verification of voter list is given to a private institution.
On one hand, the CM claimed that it was a baseless allegation, but on the other, he asked the Bruhat Bengaluru Mahanagara Palike (BBMP) commissioner to lodge an FIR.
In the 2018 assembly polls, out of 58 seats where the weaver vote is a big factor, the Congress won 30 constituencies, BJP 23, JDS 4 and BSP 1.
He also alleged that names of people from minorities, Dalits, and Backward Communities are being deleted.
They are also looking for a suitable place to accommodate lakhs of people between Mysuru and Mandya in February, he said.
Like BJP and Congress, the JDS is not battling with percentage commission allegations, he said.
Katti and Mamani recorded comfortable victories from Hukkeri and Saudatti, respectively, in the last three elections.
“Siddaramaiah is projecting himself as the next chief minister and is seeking the support of the people. But first, he should get the support of (KPCC president) DK Shivakumar.
The party has fixed a fee of Rs 5,000 per application, and the amount collected will be used for party expenses.
His supporters said Marasu Vokkligas, who are in huge numbers in Kolar, don’t support JDS like Gangadikara Vokkaligas do.
BJP has also planned its ST Morcha's convention in Ballari on November 20 and the SC Morcha rally in Mysuru on November 30.
Former Congress leader S P Muddahanumegowda, actor-turned politician Shashi Kumar and retired IAS officer Anil Kumar B H on Thursday joined the ruling BJP in Karnataka.
In a surpise win, the All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) claimed victory in two wards of the Vijayapura City Corporation.
The people of the state, coming from different parts of the state, showered the same love and affection on Rahul.
Grassroots party workers have voluntarily booked the tickets of participants by paying Rs 800 per head.
Also, no visible development projects have been implemented in the region and these factors could work against BJP, he said.