A new low in Karnataka election campaign.The Karnataka Assembly elections are becoming a flashpoint between the Congress and the BJP. Both the parties are touching new lows especially the BJP. The BJP made a serious charge that 23 of its workers were killed by the Jihadi forces in Karnataka during the past five years under the Congress government. This allegation was made by the Prime Minister and Mr. Adityanath, the Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh in their election rallies. It released the names of the persons killed also. A complaint was made to the Home Minister along with the names. The first name in the 'BJP Martyrs' list is one Mr. Ashok Poojary. The investigations revealed that Mr. Ashok Poojary is alive. He is living at a place near Mangalore. Even though the man is alive, the BJP continues with its fake claims. The BJP supporters are active in the social media promoting a video of the Prime Ministers rally in Varanasi as that of his rally in Udupi recently. These are the new lows to which the political parties are stooping to get votes. Both the parties gave tickets to persons with cases against them. For the post of a junior clerk, these cases will be a disqualification but not for those who want to become the lawmakers.