Dharwad, May 15 (UNI) BJP National General Secretary Anant Kumar today expressed confidence that the party would get an absolute majority in the Karnataka Assembly elections.
Talking to newspersons during electioneering in Dharwad Assembly constituency, he also expressed the hope that the party would bounce back to power on its own.
The Congress, with no leaders and full of rebels, was now chanting the mantra of hung Assembly just like the JD (S) and the Samajawadi Party. But the BJP would be elected to power with a thumping majority, he claimed.
The party was highlighting the issues of social justice and equality and all round development of the state in its election campaigns, he said.
Later, Mr Kumar, along with party National General Secretary Arun Jaitley, visited the court hall at Hubli, where a blast took place on May 10.
Both the leaders condemned the blast and alleged that it was the result of the Centre's ''soft approach'' towards terrorists.
They stressed on the need for strengthening the Intelligence system in the country to deal with terrorism.
Meanwhile, Hubli Bar Association felicitated Mr Jaitley and urged him to raise his voice in Parliament over the conversion of the present sanctioned circuit bench of the Karnataka High Court into a permanent bench.
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