Karnataka Election 2023: Assembly elections are to be held in Karnataka on 10 May. In Karnataka, once again BJP has started campaigning heavily to feed the lotus. In view of the Karnataka assembly elections 2023, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is going to sound the election bugle from Saturday (April 29). During this, the Prime Minister will hold 6 rallies and two road shows in two days. Apart from PM Modi, veteran BJP leaders Amit Shah, Jagat Prakash Nadda, Rajnath, Shivraj Singh Chouhan and Yogi Adityanath will also hold road shows and rallies in Karnataka.
PM Modi is reaching Karnataka on a two-day tour on Saturday (April 29). The Prime Minister will reach Humnabad at 11 am on Saturday as per his schedule. Then will address rally at Vijayapura at 1 pm and Kudachi at 2.45 pm. After these rallies, PM Modi will go to Bangalore in the evening, where he will do a mega roadshow.
Only 10 days left in the election
Prime Minister Modi has a public meeting in Kolar at 11.30 am on 30 April. After this, a rally will be held at Channapatna in Ramnagar district at 1.30 pm. After Ramnagar, PM will go to Belur in Hassan where he will address the people at 3.45 pm. PM Modi will be in Tipu Sultan’s city Mysore on Sunday evening. In Mysore, the Prime Minister will ask for votes for the BJP through a road show.
PM Modi’s rallies in Karnataka are starting at a time when only 10 days are left for voting. In such a situation, the BJP hopes that this trump card of theirs will turn the electoral battle in its favor this time too. In Karnataka, voting is to be held in a single phase for the 224-seat assembly. The results of the election will be announced on May 13.
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