BJP National President J.P. Nadda will be on a two-day visit to poll-bound Karnataka from Friday. Nadda will be on a two-day tour to Karnataka to attend multiple events.
As per the source, “Nadda will hold a rath yatra and address rally on 17th March in Chitradurga district. Next day, He will again hold a rath yatra and address a public rally in Tumakuru, Karnataka.”
Along with this, there will be several meetings. Nadda will also meet ‘karyakartas’ (party workers) to motivate them ahead of the elections.
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Many central leaders including Prime Minister Narendra Modi have visited the state in view of Assembly elections due in Karnataka before May.
Prime Minister Modi during a one-day visit to Karnataka on March 12 held a 2-kilometer-long roadshow in Mandya district. BJP supporters and locals showered flowers on Modi as he held the roadshow in Mandya.
The Prime Minister also dedicated to the nation Bengaluru-Mysuru Expressway and IIT Dharwad and laid the foundation stone for various other projects.
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