Karnataka Polls: PM Modi Will Address 2 Public Meetings Today And Hold A 26-Km Roadshow In Bengaluru

For the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP), Prime Minister Narendra Modi will host a 26-km-long massive roadshow in Bengaluru on Saturday as part of his electoral campaign. Around 12:30 PM, the roadshow is scheduled to start, travelling from Someshwara Bhawan (RBI Ground) Kadu to Malleshwara Temple. The Prime Minister will next speak at two public gatherings, one in Haveri at 5 p.m. and one in Badami at 3 p.m. PM Modi is doing electrified campaigning in the state for the BJP, which is in power. On Sunday in Bengaluru, he would do a roadshow similar to the one on Saturday but shorter, lasting around 6 kilometres from Kempegowda Statue in New Tippasandra to Trinity Circle in MG Road.

It was originally intended to be a 10-Km roadshow, but due to student enthusiasm, the distance has been shortened for the May 7 exam. Notably, Karnataka will hold elections next week on May 10, and the results will be tallied on May 13.

At around 6 o’clock on Sunday, the Prime Minister will also lead prayers at the Karnataka temple Nanjanagudu Shri Srikanteshwara Swami.

According to PM Modi, “Congress Has Become Slave Of Appeasement, Vote Bank Politics.” For Tumakuru

The grand old party has turned into a “slave of appeasement, and vote bank politics,” Prime Minister Modi said of the Congress on Friday, according to news agency ANI. PM Modi started his public speech at the Tumakuru election rally for Karnataka by chanting “Bajrang Bali Ki Jai.”

According to PM Modi, “Congress has a problem with chanting “Jai Bajrang Bali” as well,” PTI said.

At a public event in Tumakuru, Prime Minister Modi declared: “Congress is turning into a slave of appeasement and vote-bank politics. The people of Karnataka will never profit from such a Congress. Such a Congress would never help Karnataka flourish.


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