Karnataka Assembly Elections to take place on 10th May; PM Modi gives suggestions to BJP workers

Campaigning is in full swing in Karnataka for Assembly elections scheduled to be held on 10th of May. Political leaders are holding road shows and public meetings across the state with hope to turn the tide in their favour.

Senior BJP leader and Prime Minister Narendra Modi today interacted with over 50 lakh party workers through video conferencing ahead of the Karnataka Assembly elections scheduled to be held on 10th of May. During the interaction, Mr Modi gave suggestions to BJP workers as the campaigning hits peak in the state and encouraged them to work more for the party. The Prime Minister told the BJP workers that their efforts in every booth will make BJP win record seats in state assembly polls. He told the party workers to make people understand about the problem of instability and ask for votes for a stable and majority government in Karnataka.

Addressing the participants, the Prime Minister said, BJP's focus is on India’s development in the next 25 years. He said, whenever BJP gets an opportunity to serve people, the speed and scale of development increase. Assuring that he will soon join party workers in Karnataka, Mr Modi said, BJP leaders who have campaigned in the state have said that they received a lot of affection from the people there. He said, this shows people's confidence in BJP. Hitting out at the opposition, the Prime Minister accused Congress of giving false guarantees. He said, the Congress has not taken any interest in eradicating corruption.

To give the leadership of Karnataka to the young generation, Prime Minister Shri Modi’s message shows that BJP is preparing a Young Team in the state who will lead the state’s progress in the next 25 years with a vision to contribute to a developed India. The party gave chances to over fifty new candidates for the upcoming polls. Responding to a party worker’s question about double-engine government, Mr. Modi explained that it refers to a fast pace of development. Meanwhile, Congress, Janata Dal (S), and Aam Admi Party have intensified their campaign. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi today addressed a massive rally in Mangaluru.  

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