Karnataka Polls 2023: Prime Minister Narendra Modi held a mega roadshow in Bengaluru today during the last leg of the campaigning ahead of Karnataka polls.
People with their families, students, commoners and even women were seen standing both sides of the road to have a glance of PM Modi. The roadshow was a spectacular event that panned 26 km and covered nearly 13 constituencies.
PM Modi said the BJP’s “double engine” government has been working on bringing in development without discrimination.
He also hit out at the Congress, saying that the party has a “track record of 85 per cent commission, they can never work to serve the people”.
Earlier, PM Modi took out a roadshow of 5 kilometres in Bengaluru, and a roadshow in Mysore on April 30, in which a large number of people participated. Earlier, on Tuesday, Prime Minister held a mega roadshow in Kalaburagi.
The BJP is eyeing a second term in the state and has exuded confidence in retaining power with a full majority.
Congress working on banned PFI’s agenda, claims Amit Shah in Karnataka election rally
Meanwhile, Union Home Minister and senior BJP leader Amit Shah on Saturday accused the Congress of functioning on the line of banned Popular Front of India’s (PFI) agenda.
कर्नाटक में डबल इंजन की सरकार बनाइए… विकास, सुरक्षा और सिंचाई के पानी की केवल एक ही गारंटी है और वो हैं नरेन्द्र मोदी जी।— BJP (@BJP4India) May 6, 2023
अब समय आ गया है कि कर्नाटक की जनता कांग्रेस को उसका स्थान बता दे, बता दे कि उसकी असल जगह कहां है।
– श्री @AmitShah pic.twitter.com/f0EdPDS4i7
Addressing a public meeting here in Belagavi district, Shah said Congress promises to bring back Muslim reservation and take it up to six per cent instead of four per cent if voted to power.
The current ruling party in Karnataka is the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), which has been in power since 2008. The BJP has been able to maintain its majority in the state assembly since then, but the upcoming election could be a challenge for the party. The opposition Congress party is looking to make a comeback in the state, and is expected to be a major contender in the election.
The BJP has been able to maintain its majority in the state assembly by forming alliances with other regional parties. This has allowed the BJP to remain in power despite facing a strong opposition from the Congress party. However, the BJP’s alliance with the Janata Dal (Secular) party has been a source of tension in the state, and could be a factor in the upcoming election.
The BJP has also been criticized for its handling of the Covid-19 pandemic in the state. The party has been accused of not doing enough to protect the health and safety of the people of Karnataka, and this could be a major issue in the upcoming election.
The Congress party has been able to gain some ground in the state in recent years, and is expected to be a major contender in the 2023 state election. The party has been able to capitalize on the dissatisfaction with the BJP’s handling of the pandemic, and is expected to make a strong showing in the election.
The upcoming election in Karnataka is expected to be a highly contested one, with both the BJP and the Congress party looking to gain a majority in the state assembly. The election will be a major test for both parties, and will be a major factor in determining the future of the state.
The 2023 Karnataka State Election is likely to be a major event in India’s political landscape. The state of Karnataka is home to some of the most important political figures in the country, and the election will have a major impact on the future of the state. As such, it is important to explore the issues that will shape the election.
One of the most important issues in the upcoming election is the economy. Karnataka has been one of the most successful states in India in terms of economic growth and development. However, the state has also been facing a number of economic challenges, such as rising unemployment and a lack of investment in infrastructure.