Karnataka crisis: Krishna meets Sonia, Rahul
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With the BJP government in Karnataka facing political crisis, Congress president Sonia Gandhi and vice-president Rahul Gandhi Friday held discussions with senior party leader S M Krishna about the political scene ahead of the Assembly polls in May there. Krishna met the Sonia for half-an-hour during which they went over the recent political developments in the state apart from poll strategies, sources said. Krishna also discussed with Rahul ways to galvanise partymen in the state, the sources said.
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