Bengaluru: Karnataka Congress boss DK Shivakumar was seen showering money notes on swarms during a roadshow on Tuesday.
In a video, Mr Shivakumar was seen throwing ₹ 500 notes from the roof of a transport as he crusaded in Bevinahalli in Mandya region.
Mr Shivakumar was taking out a Congress “Praja Dhwani Yatra” in the approach the Karnataka political decision.
Mr Shivakumar, who supposedly is a main priest contender for the Congress, is crusading widely in Mandya, which is supposed to be a fortification of the strong Vokkaliga people group.
The Congress chief, a Vokkaliga, is endeavoring to reinforce the party’s vote base in Mandya, which is supposed to be a Janata Dal (Common) stronghold.
In the 2018 political race, the JDS won seven seats in the locale.
The BJP has 121 seats in the active Karnataka gathering. The Congress has 70 and the JDS, 30.
The Congress and the JDS framed an administration in 2018 after the BJP missed the mark concerning a greater part.
In 2019, after mass renunciations from the Congress and JDS, the BJP shaped an administration with the backing of dissident MLAs, large numbers of whom were made clergymen later.