"It was a good visit. I have met lakhs of people, had good interactions. There is a good atmosphere for Congress party," he told reporters after an interaction with professionals and representatives of the business community here.
The ruling Congress is seeking to retain power in Karnataka, where Assembly polls are due early this year, while the BJP is eyeing to wrest the only southern state it has ever ruled from it. The Congress had unseated BJP in Karnataka in 2013.
Today was the last day of Gandhi's 'Janashirvad Yatra' (march for people's blessings) in the northern Karnataka region.
The RSS has clarified that Bhagwat had not compared the Indian Army with Sangh volunteers and that his remarks were "misrepresented".
When asked about questions being raised regarding histemple visits and the BJP calling him "election Hindu", the Congress leader said, "I don't know. You have to ask them, you have to ask BJP.
(This story has not been edited by Business Standard staff and is auto-generated from a syndicated feed.)