Karnataka Election: Voting will be held on May 10 for 224 assembly seats in Karnataka. In such a situation, all the parties have given their full strength. Union Home Minister Amit Shah had a road show in Devanahalli on Friday, but it was canceled due to rain. After the rain, a surprising sight was seen on the road. Cutouts of many other big leaders including PM Modi were placed on the way of the roadshow. A man was seen wiping the photo of PM Modi with his pot. People felt that BJP must have given him money for this work.
People asked him why he was doing this and was he paid for doing this? So the answer that person gave was heart touching. He said, ‘I am doing this work myself. Modiji is God for me. No one has paid me for this work.
— ANI (@ANI) April 21, 2023
Home Minister Shah reached Karnataka for the first time after the announcement of elections
Union Home Minister Amit Shah is on a three-day tour of the poll-bound Karnataka from Friday. This is Shah’s first visit to Karnataka after the election was announced last month. Shah was to hold roadshows at both Davanagere and Devanahalli. However, his roadshow was cancelled. He has held a review meeting with BJP leaders regarding the elections.
The Home Minister said that due to heavy rains in Devanahalli, he could not reach the people. Despite the adverse weather, a large number of people came out. I salute him for this. I will be visiting Devanahalli soon.
— ANI (@ANI) April 21, 2023
BJP fielded 40 star campaigners in Karnataka
Many big leaders of BJP including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, Union Home Minister Amit Shah and party president JP Nadda The party’s list of star campaigners for the Karnataka Assembly elections includes. The BJP had released a list of 40-star campaigners on April 18. Tamil Nadu BJP president K Annamalai, former Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa, KS Eshwarappa, who has quit electoral politics, will also campaign.
— ANI_HindiNews (@AHindinews) April 21, 2023
JP Nadda did road show in Bidar
BJP chief JP Nadda is in Karnataka on a two-day tour. This is Nadda’s first visit to the state after the party announced candidates for the assembly polls. He did a roadshow in Bidar on Friday evening. Earlier he addressed a gathering.
Nadda said that the Congress has done the work of dividing the society since independence till date. While distributing, he himself got divided so much that he was left with nothing. It has been 60 years since the Congress was removed from Tamil Nadu, those feet that were uprooted remained uprooted. Kerala is out of government for almost 8 and a half years. Neither he lived in Telangana nor in Andhra Pradesh. He said that when the Congress-JDS government comes and when the Congress-JDS brother-in-law government comes, the plan of India is stopped from reaching the people of Karnataka.
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