BJP and Congress factions clash in Bengaluru, some workers injured

Assembly elections are to be held in Karnataka this year. In such a situation, tremendous verbal war is being seen between BJP and Congress. However, now the infighting between the two parties is turning violent. Two groups clashed with each other in Vijayanagar of Bengaluru today. It is being told that one of these factions belonged to the supporter of former Congress MLA and the other faction belonged to Housing Minister and BJP leader V Somanna. Some workers have been injured in this case, who have been admitted to the hospital.

According to the information, Congress supporters had taken permission to celebrate Ugadi on March 19. It is being told that a BJP worker objected to this. After this there was a fierce debate between the two sides and the matter turned violent.

In this incident, both the sides clashed with each other, due to which some workers were injured. Some of them have been hurt, after which they have been admitted to the hospital. However, this matter has not yet been officially confirmed by the police.

Let us tell you that the ruling BJP in Karnataka is leaving no stone unturned. PM Modi has visited Karnataka several times in the last few days. At the same time, the Congress has also geared up for the assembly elections and is continuously targeting the ruling BJP.

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