Bangalore, May 4: Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) supremo, Mayawati will launch her party's election campaign in Karnataka, by addressing two rallies in the state, tomorrow. Addressing a press conference here today, BSP's national General Secretary and former Karnataka Home Minister P G R Sindhia said the party president will undertake three rounds of tour across the state and address public meetings.
He said in her first round of election campaign, she would meet the public at Kollegal in Mandya district and Devanahalli in Bangalore Urban district tomorrow. She will also visit Bijapur, Belgaum, Bhagalkot, Gulbarga and Bidar districts in her subsequent second and third rounds of campaign, he added.
Strongly claiming that BSP will open its accounts in many of the districts including Mysore, Chamarajanagara, Hassan, Mandya, Tumkur and Bangalore rural and urban districts, Mr Sindhia said ''BSP will play a dominant role in forming government in the state this time and will come to power on its own in the coming years.'' Mr Sindhia complained that the State election authorities, which have successfully contained all the political parties in displaying their might in terms of posters, banners, use of vehicles, had turned a blind-eye to the incidents of distributing money and consumable goods to voters.