Karnataka Election 2023: 6 days and 22 rallies – know how PM Modi will lead BJP’s election campaign in Karnataka?
Karnataka Elections: PM Modi’s busy campaign will be held in Bengaluru on Saturday, 29 April. During this, a huge road show is planned here. PM Modi is expected to hold 22 rallies across the state next week.
Karnataka Assembly Elections 2023: At the end of this week, PM Narendra Modi will enter the field to campaign for BJP in Karnataka’s election field. PM Modi’s busy campaigning will begin in Bengaluru on Saturday (April 29). Along with this, PM Modi is expected to hold 22 rallies across the state next week. This program is also being given its final shape. According to sources, 22 rallies of BJP’s biggest star campaigner are to be held here in 6 days. PM Modi will hold more than three rallies on each of his visits.
‘It’s a completely different game’
According to a senior BJP functionary, the party is confident that it is doing well for the Karnataka elections. But, PM Modi’s entry into the electoral fray has a big impact. This is a completely different game. There can be no better moment than this to take our party’s campaign to the zenith.
PM’s full program
According to sources, on April 29, PM Modi will hold rallies in Humnabad, Vijayapura, Kudchi and North Bengaluru. After this, on April 30, he will be in Kolar, Channapatna and Belur. PM Modi will be on a two-day tour in the state next week. His public meetings on May 2 will be held in Chitradurga, Vizianagara, Sindhanpur and Kalaburagi. PM will hold public meetings in Moodabidri, Karwar and Kittur on 3rd May. After this, he will return on the tour on 4-5 May. After this, on May 6, he will be in Chittapur, Nanjangud, Tumakuru Rural, South Bengaluru.
Before the end of the campaign, PM Modi will address 4 rallies on May 7. These rallies will be held in Badami, Haveri, Shivamogga Rural and Bangalore Central. The BJP is trying to win back this southern state. For this, to get the votes of the people in the Vidhansabha, it is tossing the development formula from the central and state government with double engines. Karnataka has been one of the oldest organizations of BJP.
they got the responsibility
BJP has declared Union Minister Dharmendra Pradhan as election in-charge for this election. Union minister Mansukh Mandaviya and Tamil Nadu BJP chief Annamalai are co-in-charges. CM Basavaraj Bommai is presiding over the campaign committee of the party. The Election Management Committee is being formed by Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje. Significantly, on March 29, the Election Commission of India announced the dates for the Karnataka elections. Polling for the 224-seat assembly is to be held in a single phase on May 10 and its results will be declared on May 13.