Modi, Amit Shah juggernaut in Karnataka soon

Bengaluru: After Congress president Rahul Gandhi, during his recent tour of Hyderabad-Karnataka, launched a full fledged attack on the ruling BJP at the Centre claiming 'they had an RSS man planted in every ministry,' it is the turn of the BJP to hit back. Leading the charge for the saffron party will be Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself and BJP president Amit Shah, who will be arriving in the state next week to launch a poll blitzkrieg.

Mr Modi, who during his earlier visit to the state, had described the Siddaramaiah government as 'a 10% commission' government, and Mr Shah will participate in public rallies, announced BJP state general secretary and Udupi Chikkamagaluru MP, Shobha Karandlaje. Speaking to mediapersons, she said Mr Modi will address public rally at Mysuru on February 19. He will also inaugurate railway projects and visit Shravanabelagola to attend the Mahamastakabhisheka event of Lord Bahubali. 

Mr Shah will focus on the coastal districts and will arrive at Kukke Subramanya Temple on February 19. After addressing students of Vivekananda College in Puttur on February 20,  he will attend the Navashakti Samavesha in Bantwal. He is also scheduled to visit the residence of Deepak, a BJP worker who was slain recently, at Katipalla. He will address a fishermen community rally at Udupi on February 21 and visit the Udupi Krishna Mutt and temple.  On February 21, Mr Shah will reach Uttara Kannada district and visit the residence of murdered party activist  Paresh Mesta besides addressing address party workers  at Kumta. On February 22, Mr Shah will visit Haveri, Hubballi-Dharwad and attend a Scheduled Caste workers meeting at Haveri. The party has also organised an Other Backward Classes (OBC) rally at Raichur on February 24 and an SC workers meeting at Kalaburgi. 

On February 27, the BJP will celebrate the birthday of its state president B.S. Yeddyurappa by holding a farmers rally at Davangere. 

Uttar Pradesh CM, Yogi Adityanath will address a public rally at Surathkal on March 6, Ms Karandlaje added. 


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