When former Karnataka CM Siddaramaiah turned 75, Rahul Gandhi said, "Don't typically attend birthday parties but.

Rahul Gandhi temporarily got trapped in traffic earlier today as thousands of people flocked to the roads for the celebrations in the state's Davanagere district.

Rahul Gandhi stated that he had a unique link with the senior leader of the Karnataka Congress, Siddaramaiah, on the occasion of the senior leader's 75th birthday. Siddaramaiah, the opposition leader in Karnataka, is one of the most seasoned Congress leaders in the state.

Rahul Gandhi stated, "I don't generally go to birthday parties, but I've come here because I have a unique connection to Siddaramaiah.

"I admire Siddaramaiah's character and agree with his political viewpoints. He has sympathy for the vulnerable and the destitute, and I do too "The Wayanad MP also complimented the senior official.

He said, "I also like the way Siddaramaiah conducted the Karnataka administration."

Gandhi attacked the BJP, declaring that "while the Congress administration unified the people and established unity in the state, the governing is driving people apart and promoting animosity in our lovely state."

Rahul Gandhi temporarily got trapped in traffic earlier today as thousands of people flocked to the roads for the celebrations in the state's Davanagere district.

Huge traffic jams were seen on the Bengaluru-Pune route as people traveled from all across the state to the event. The festival is expected to draw 4 lakh attendees, which will significantly slow down traffic on the national highway. Along the route, there are also traffic bottlenecks that extend for up to 6 kilometers in Davanagere's environs.

The former Congress president was stuck in the traffic gridlock despite efforts by the party's workers and the authorities to set up a motorway for his convoy. Congressmen rushed to his stopped automobile to greet him a good day and engage in conversation.