Amit Shah will campaign in Karnataka visiting the state twice in the next 5 days – Amit Shah will campaign in Karnataka visiting the state twice in the next 5 days

by Ana Lopez

Amit Shah in Karnataka: Amit Shah will visit Karnataka twice in the next five days. Karnataka elections will be held later this year. Before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Karnataka, he will visit the state on March 24 and 26. According to the source, he will visit Karnataka twice in the next five days.

Union Home Minister Amit Shah A fresh tour of Karnataka has been planned to further boost the party’s campaign efforts in the southern state. According to sources, Amit Shah will visit Karnataka twice in the next five days. Elections will be held in Karnataka later this year. Before Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Karnataka, he will visit the state on March 24 and 26. According to the source, he will visit Karnataka twice in the next five days.

During his visit, he will unveil three statues of Bengaluru founder Kempegowda and Lingayat Samaj reformer Basaveshwara in front of the state assembly at Vidhana Soudha on March 24. Chief Minister Basavaraj Bomai confirmed that Amit Shah will visit the state on March 24 and 26, while Prime Minister Modi will visit on March 25. Prime Minister and Home Minister will hold many programs across the state. After the election bugle sounded in the state, the BJP is trying to reach out to various communities by installing statues of several eminent personalities.

Whitefield will inaugurate the metro line on March 25

Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Karnataka on March 25 to inaugurate the Whitefield Metro Line and attend a BJP event in Davangere. Amit Shah’s visit is also crucial for his return to power in the southern flagship state. On March 12, Amit Shah visited Kerala, which was seen as the start of the party’s campaign for next year’s Lok Sabha elections in the south.

Amit Shah’s fierce attacks

Amit Shah launched a scathing attack on CPI(M) and Congress. He said that the former parties have been rejected worldwide, these parties are losing respect in the country. Taking a jibe at the two parties for contesting the recent Tripura assembly elections in alliance, the Union Home Minister said that there is no difference between the CPI(M) and the Congress in Kerala, they have come together for their survival in the Northeast.

This request to the public for 2024

In the assembly of Kerala, Amit Shah said, I request the people to give a chance to the BJP under the leadership of Prime Minister Modi in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. We will try to develop the entire country as well as Kerala. While the Congress and the INC CPI(M) contested as rivals in Kerala, they came together for the Tripura elections. They joined forces to fight the BJP, and yet the people of Tripura brought us back with full force.

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