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On 29 April, PM Modi did his first roadshow in Bengaluru.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a road show in Bengaluru today from 10 am to 1:30 am as part of the election campaign in Karnataka. They will also hold a roadshow on Sunday from 10 am to 2:30 pm. Earlier, a 36.6 km show was scheduled to be held in a single day, but the program was changed in view of the problems faced by the people of the city. Now this show is happening in two parts.
Union Minister Shobha Karandlaje told that this road show will pass through 19 out of 28 assembly constituencies. The Prime Minister had reached Bengaluru on Friday itself. He held the 14th meeting at Tumakuru.
Kempe Gowda statue in New Thippasandra. PM’s road will start from here.
Today three and a half hour road show
On Saturday, the PM’s roadshow will start from Kempe Gowda statue in New Thippasandra. It will end at the War Memorial on Brigade Road. The party has named the roadshow “Namma Bengaluru, Namma Hem,” (Our Bengaluru, Our Pride).
PM will hold public meetings in Badami and Haveri in the evening
Prime Minister Modi will also hold public meetings in Badami and Haveri on Saturday evening. The next day i.e. Sunday evening, we will end our campaign with darshan and worship at the famous temple of Srikanteshwar in Nanjangud.
After the rally in Bellary on Friday, PM Narendra Modi did a roadshow in Tumakuru.
The Prime Minister mentioned the film Kerala Story
The Prime Minister held meetings in Bellary and Tumkur on Friday. At the public meeting in Bellary, he started his speech once again with the praise of Bajrangbali. PM said- Congress has objection even to my speaking Bajrangbali.
The PM said that in the last few years, another terrible form of terrorism has emerged. Instead of bombs, guns and pistols, terrorists are hollowing the society from within. Kerala Story is based on one such story. See the misfortune of the country that the Congress is seen standing with this terrorist trend.
Every vote given to JDS will stop investment in Karnataka
In Karnataka, BJP has a direct fight with JDS and Congress. Commenting on JDS, PM Narendra Modi said- Every candidate of JDS is a candidate of Congress only. Every vote given to JDS will stop investment in Karnataka. While our resolve is to make Karnataka the number-1 state. The track record of Congress-JDS is that under their rule, the maximum loot is of the money due to the village.
This picture is from 3rd May. The Prime Minister had come to address a rally in South Karnataka. He bowed down and greeted the women workers present on the stage.
Voting on May 10 and counting of votes on May 13
Karnataka will go to polls on May 10 and the counting of votes will take place on May 13. The direct contest in Karnataka is between the BJP and the Congress. Small parties have increased the concern of the third force JDS. These parties are influencing the election campaign of these three parties a lot.
Small parties like Aam Aadmi Party, BSP, Uttam Prajakia Party, Left parties, Karnataka Rashtra Samithi, Kalyana Rajya Pragati Paksha have fielded their candidates in large numbers in the state. AAP, where it contested only 28 seats in the last election, is contesting on 213 seats this time.
The BSP had an alliance with the JDS in the last election, but this time the party is contesting alone on 137 seats. However, the real concern of the BJP and the Congress is the local small parties of Karnataka origin. Similarly, BJP MLA from Kalyan Karnataka region (Bellary) G. Janardhana Reddy’s party Kalyana Rajya Pragati Paksha has fielded its candidates on 49 seats.
Also read these news related to PM Modi in Karnataka elections…
1. PM discusses the film Kerala Story in Bellary
PM Modi held the 14th meeting in Tumakuru on Friday. Earlier in the afternoon, at a public meeting in Bellary, he started his speech once again with Bajrangbali’s jaykare. PM said- Congress has objection even to my speaking Bajrangbali. Read full news..
2. PM said – he is on the way to score a century of abuses, Rahul’s answer – I do what I speak
PM Narendra Modi addressed public meetings in Durgpur, Vijaynagar and Sindhanur on Tuesday. Whereas, Rahul did two rallies. Today again, remembering the indecent remarks being made on him by the Congress leaders, the PM said – these people are on the way to score a century of abuses. Read full news..
3. PM said – punish Congress by saying Jai Bajrangbali as soon as you press the button in the polling booth
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, while addressing the election rally in Moodbidri on Wednesday, chanted Bajrangbali 6 times. The PM chanted Bajrangbali three times before the speech, then said – When you press the button in the polling booth, punish them (Congress) by chanting Jai Bajrangbali. Read full news..