Karnataka 2023 Elections LIVE: PM Modi to hold 36.6 km roadshow in Bengaluru on May 6
Karnataka Elections 2023: With a week to go before the polls in Karnataka, political parties stepped up their campaign and senior leaders from BJP, Congress and JD-S addressed rallies and roadshows on Wednesday to win over voters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi, addressing a poll in Mulki on Wednesday, attacked the Congress, saying that the grand old party protects the masterminds of terror. He also added that the Karnataka Congress wants to make number 1 ATM for its ‘Shahi Parivar’ session in Delhi, while the BJP wants to make the state number 1 in industrial and agricultural development, fisheries and port.
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Karnataka Elections: Prime Minister Modi will hold a 36.6 km roadshow in Bengaluru on Saturday
As a major boost to the BJP campaign in Karnataka, where the election is taking place, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will hold a 36.6km roadshow in Bengaluru on Saturday, covering 17 constituencies of the city, sources told ANI. More than 10 lakh people are expected to participate. Sources added that Prime Minister Modi will hold two mega roadshows and four public gatherings this weekend. According to sources, Prime Minister Modi will arrive in Bengaluru on the night of May 5 and hold two roadshows in the city on May 6. The first roadshow will cover about 8 km, while the other will cover a distance of 36.6 km, they said. On May 7, PM Modi will also address four public gatherings in different parts of the state.
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