The political showdown in Karnataka is reaching a fever pitch as the day of the election looms. Union Minister Amit Shah and BJP National President JP Nadda have been going head-to-head in the state with their respective roadshows. Now, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is entering the fray, bringing his own brand of fanfare with a major roadshow today in Bengaluru.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be visiting the upcoming election state, spending two days interacting with the locals. He will be delivering three speeches to the public, conveying his views and thoughts.
He will be delivering speeches at 19 gatherings throughout various districts and performing four roadshows all the way through to May 7 in order to promote the upcoming elections occurring on the 10th.
Prime Minister Modi is making his ninth visit to the wonderful state of Karnataka this year. He will fly from Delhi to Bidar airport on Saturday morning and take a helicopter to Humnabad in Bidar district to address a public gathering at 11 am. It is sure to be an inspiring speech.
Sources told to the news agency, “This roadshow will be a number of kilometres in length in which three assembly constituencies of Bangalore North will be covered in nearly 45 minutes.” The event in Bengaluru is scheduled to begin at 4:30 pm.
“On April 30, PM Modi will address public meetings organized in Kolar, Channapatna and Mysore districts. After this, on May 2, PM Narendra Modi will campaign in Chitradurga, Vijayanagar, Sindhanur and Kalaburagi. On May 3, he will campaign for BJP candidates in Moodbidire, Karwar and Kittur,” they added.
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