‘Enough, No More’: Siddaramaiah Says Won’t Contest Polls Due To Old Age

Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah said he has decided he won’t contest elections anymore as he won’t have the health and enthusiasm needed to work after four years given his age. During the 2023 assembly polls, he called it his last election but said he would remain in politics. “People in Varuna want me to contest once again for the Assembly polls. But I have decided not to contest elections any more. I’m 77 now. I still have four years (the tenure of his government). I will be 81-82 and won’t have the health. I will not be able to work happily. Can I work with enthusiasm? Enough,” Siddaramaiah said.

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