28 Apr 2024

Lok Sabha Election 2024: PM Modi Kicks Off 2-Day Whirlwind Karnataka Campaign

The Lok Sabha Election 2024 is in full swing, with political parties ramping up their efforts ahead of the upcoming phases. Prime Minister Narendra Modi is set to embark on a whirlwind tour of Karnataka starting today, aiming to energize voters and bolster support for the BJP.

Beginning his campaign on April 28 and 29, PM Modi will traverse five districts of Karnataka, addressing public gatherings and rallying for his party. His itinerary includes stops in Belagavi, Sirsi, Davangere, Ballari, and Bagalkote, where he will engage with the electorate and advocate for the BJP's agenda.

According to BJP election management committee state coordinator V Sunil Kumar, Modi will reach Belagavi on April 28 morning and address a public meeting at 10 am.

He would then fly to Sirsi to attend a public meeting at 12 noon.

The PM’s next destination would be Davangere, where he is expected to take part in an election rally at 2 pm. Later, Modi would address a public meeting in Ballari at 4 pm.

On April 29, the Prime Minister would travel to Bagalkote to attend a public meeting at 11 am. 

In a recent address, PM Modi urged the people of Goa to resist what he labeled as 'anti-India forces,' rallying support for his government's continuation. Meanwhile, Congress leader Priyanka Gandhi raised concerns about potential constitutional changes under a BJP-led government during her rally in Gujarat.

The second phase of voting witnessed a turnout of approximately 63.50%, covering 88 parliamentary constituencies across 13 states and Union Territories. With the first phase already completed on April 19, attention now shifts to the ongoing battle between the INDIA bloc and the NDA, led by PM Modi.

The NDA, aiming for a third consecutive term, is rallying under the slogan 'abki baar 400 paar,' while the INDIA bloc emphasizes economic policies such as MSP for farmers and direct cash transfers to women. As the campaign intensifies, all eyes remain fixed on these two major political alliances vying for victory in the Lok Sabha Election 2024.

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