Karnataka Assembly Elections: PM Modi will hold 6 election meetings and two roadshows in two days in Karnataka from today


There are assembly elections in Karnataka on May 10 and before that, the BJP is going to show full strength in its election campaign. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a Karnataka tour for two days from today and in these two days he will address 6 meetings and seek votes of the party. Modi will count the works of his party and government in this smoky tour.

Modi will address six public meetings and hold roadshows at two places during his tour. Modi will arrive at Bidar airport on a special flight from Delhi and will go to Humnabad in Bidar district by helicopter. Will address a public meeting at 11 am. After this, he will address the public meeting in Vijayapura. After this, he will go to Kudachi where he will address the people at around quarter to two in the afternoon. 

On the other hand, BJP's National President JP Nadda is also engaged in the election campaign. He lashed out at the Congress and said that 80 communal riots took place during the Congress government. Nadda has appealed to the people to vote for the BJP for better results in the coming elections.

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