Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023: The process of campaigning for the assembly elections in Karnataka is fast, all the parties are leaving no stone unturned in making controversial remarks along with accusing each other. Meanwhile, now the news of stone pelting on the leader campaigning during a road show has come to the fore.
Former Deputy Chief Minister and Congress candidate from Koratagere seat, Dr G.K. A stone was hurled at Parameshwar, due to which he got hurt on the head.
Congress leader started bleeding from his head
According to the information, this incident of stone pelting on the Congress leader took place in Byranahalli area of Koratagere taluka. It has been learned from sources that during the roadshow of Parameshwara, former state Congress president, flowers were being showered on him by his supporters, at the same time someone from the crowd allegedly threw a stone at Parameshwara.
#WATCH | Karnataka: Former Deputy CM and Congress leader, G Parameshwara suffered an injury in his head while campaigning in Koratagere constituency. The incident occurred when someone in the crowd reportedly pelted stones at him.
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That person hit the Congress leader with a stone so hard that due to the stone being hit, blood started flowing from the head of the God. After which he was taken to the Primary Health Center, where he was given first aid.
Voting is to be held on May 10
After treating the Congress leader at the primary health centre, the health officer of Akkirampura said that Parameshwara is now out of danger. However, he has been referred to Sri Siddhartha Medical College in Tumakuru.
A total of 5,102 papers have been filed by 3,632 candidates from all parties for the total 224 assembly seats in Karnataka. Voting will be held in the state on May 10, while the election results will come on May 13 with the counting of votes.
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