Karnataka Election: Prime Minister’s road show in Kalburgi, Modi reached among children; Asked- What will you become when you grow up, do you want to become PM? got this answer

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Karnataka Election: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a tour of Karnataka. On Tuesday, he held two public meetings and a road show in Kalaburagi. Before the roadshow, PM Modi reached among the children standing on the roadside. He interacted with the children and drew several finger figures and asked them to repeat them. The children also made the same shape. After this, PM Modi also asked the children some questions on studies and further plans.

The PM asked the children whether they go to study? What will you become after studying? During this, some child replied to become a doctor and some to become an IAS. One child even expressed his desire to become his security guard. Hearing his answer, people started clapping. A child said that he wanted to become a policeman when he grew up. The PM also increased his enthusiasm.

After this, PM Modi asked the children if you do not want to become the Prime Minister, then a boy said that he wants to be like you. At the same time, the men standing with the children said that they are chaiwalas. After this the PM went to Kalaburagi for a road show.

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PM did road show in Kalburgi

Prime Minister Narendra Modi did a mega roadshow in Kalaburagi on Tuesday. During this time there was a crowd of people on both sides of the road. People were showering flowers on the PM. Riding on top of the truck, PM Modi greeted the people by shaking hands.

Karnataka elections being considered as semi-finals of 2024

BJP faces a challenge to retain power in Karnataka, for which PM Modi, party president JP Nadda and Union Home Minister Amit Shah are campaigning extensively. Karnataka is the only southern state where the BJP is in power. The Karnataka elections are also being considered as the semi-finals of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections. That’s why BJP is focusing more on Karnataka than any other state.

The BJP is seeking a second term in the state and has expressed confidence of returning to power with an absolute majority. Karnataka assembly elections will be held on May 10 and the counting of votes will take place on May 13.

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