NN Exclusive| Karnataka Assembly Elections: What saints have to say about use of caste, religion in polls?

Updated On : 07 May,2018 | 22:13 PM
People in Karnataka are all set to vote in the state assembly elections on May 12. The battle lines have been drawn in the coastal state as both the Congress and the BJP are leaving no stone unturned to lure the voters. Congress president Rahul President has visited several temples and maths in the state while spreading the election campaign. BJP Chief Amit Shah has also paid visit to many temples in order to connect with the voters. Ahead of the elections on Saturday, News Nation got in touch with saints Swami Umesh Sharma, Swami Subramanyam and Subramanyam Guruji over the use of religion and caste politics in the state elections. Watch the video to see what they have to say.

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