Bengaluru, April 30: Heading little closer to the nail-biting face-off, Karnataka is all gearing up for its upcoming assembly elections. Adding a little weight, Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to address around 15 rallies, starting from 1st May.
Announcing this at a press meet here this morning, MP Pratap Simha said that PM Modi will begin his campaign in the State by addressing a massive rally at Santhemarahalli in Chamarajanagar taluk at 11am on May 1.
Here is the schedule:
PM Modi will address a rally at MGM College grounds in Udupi at 3 pm on May 1 and in Chikkodi at 6 pm
PM Modi will address a BJP rally at Kalaburagi at 11 am on May 3, followed by rallies at Ballari at 3 pm and Bengaluru at 6 pm
On May 5, Modi will address rallies at Tumakuru at 11 am, Shivamogga at 3 pm and Gadag at 6 pm
On May 7, the PM will address rallies at Raichur at 11 am, followed by rallies at Chitradurga at 3 pm and Kolar at 6 pm
On May 8, the PM will address rallies at Vijayapura at 11 am, Mangaluru at 3 pm and at Bengaluru at 6 pm
Karnataka Assembly Elections will be the biggest playground for both BJP and Congress. BJP President Amit Shah is leaving no stone unturned to unite people under the saffron umbrella promising them the development and their rights. Looking sternly to oust CM Siddaramaiah’s power in Karnataka, PM Modi’s rallying will hold more weight in pulling people towards the party.