- The proposed Karnataka Navanirmana Parivarthana Rally will be the launching of BJP’s election campaign
- It was proposed to be held on Nov1 but has been changed to Nov 2 and the State leaders have decided to invite PM Narendra Modi
- The rally will be held for about two-and-half month across the State
The proposed Karnataka Navanirman Parivarthana Rally will be the launching of BJP’s election campaign for the forthcoming elections. It was proposed to be held on Nov 1 but has been rescheduled to Nov 2. The State leaders have decided to invite Prime Minister Narendra Modi for the rally, reports Kannada Prabha.
The rally will be held for about two-and-half-month across the State. It is not known how many rallies Modi and Amit Shah will attend. A meeting of BJP national Parishad is being held at Delhi on Sept 25. The State leaders who are attending the meet are expected to discuss the plans of the rally with the national leaders on the occasion. A clear mandate can be obtained only after this meeting, along with the programmes of Modi and Amit Shah.
It can be recalled here that State BJP has started its activities after Amit Shah took the BJP leaders to task for being inactive. Party in-charge for State Prakash Javadekar and associate in-charge Piyush Goel were appointed to monitor the activities. BJP national president Amit Shah has instructed that BJP flag must be hoisted at all booth level and it must not be brought down until the elections are over. It will help to organise the workers Amit Shah has said, reports Kannada Prabha.
Last Updated 31, Mar 2018, 6:48 PM IST