Karnataka Latest News Updates April 4, 2023


Keeping these points in mind, here’s an SEO friendly article about the top news developments in Karnataka on April 4, 2023:

Karnataka is gearing up for assembly elections, with all the political parties in the state busy finalizing their candidates. The Congress Party has so far declared candidates for 124 out of 224 seats, while the BJP is facing some issues in certain constituencies with multiple people vying for the same ticket. In the light of these events, the Idris Pasha murder case has received little attention, as police are yet to trace and arrest the killers.

The 46th Foundation Day of National Council is also being celebrated in the state today. Visvesvaraya Industrial and Technological Museum in Bengaluru is organizing open house visual contest and open air science show to mark the occasion. Also, Jain community are celebrating Mahaveer Jayanthi fervently. Besides, Sri Ramotsava music programmes are taking place in Bengaluru, with performances by notable musicians.

Coming to the coastal Karnataka, Halady Srinivas Shetty, five-time MLA from Kundapur (Udupi district) who recently announced his retirement from politics, had won the elections with the highest margin in the coastal belt. Now, BJP is likely to field either K. Jayaprakash Hegde or industrialist A. Kiran Kumar Kodgi from the seat. On the other hand, supporters of Congress ticket aspirant H.M. Nanda Kumar from Sullia Assembly constituency are holding a press conference to announce their future course of action.

On a positive note, Indian otters were spotted at Malyadi bird sanctuary near Kundapura. Meanwhile, there are all-out preparations underway in Hubballi for an SC convention, as the BJP wants to make internal reservation a poll issue. Majethia Foundation has sought to contribute to the cause by setting up a hospice centre for pain management for last-stage cancer patients in Hubballi.

Lastly, all newly appointed office-bearers of the Mysuru City Congress campaign committee will take charge in presence of party leaders. The Mahaveer Jayanthi celebrations are also taking place in Chamundi foothills, with Zoo Authority of Karnataka chairman Shivakumar and snake conservationist ‘Snake’ Shyam in attendance.

All in all, there is a lot of activity in Karnataka on April 4, 2023 and the news is worth watching out for.

Ayanur Majunath is a veteran leader of the BJP party in Shivamogga. He recently reduced his ties with the party, having been denied a nomination ticket for the upcoming Assembly elections.

The company mentioned in this article is the Visvesvaraya Indusatrial and Technological Museum in Bengaluru, which is organizing film shows, open house visual contest, and open air science show from 11 am onwards on April 4, 2023. The venue is at the museum premises on Kasturba Road. The foundation is dedicated to promoting science, technology and research by organizing exhibitions and programs for adults and children.