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Karnataka: PM Modi’s 2nd Roadshow from Thippasandra to Trinity Circle

On Sunday, PM Modi’s second roadshow started from Thippasandra to Trinity Circle for the coming Karnataka Assembly Election on May 10th.

PM Modi’s Twitter Post on Friday

On May 7th, PM Modi’s second Roadshow started at 10 am, and at 11:30 am from Kempegowda Statue at Thippasandra to Trinity Circle for Karnataka Assembly Election on May 10th.

The massive crowd welcomed him and showered flower petals with the traditional gesture.

PM Modi arrived in Karnataka for two days of the Election Campaign on May 5th for the coming election on Wednesday.

The first roadshow covered 13 constituencies over a distance of 26 km on Saturday and the second roadshow took place today over a distance of 10 km.

BJP-led Karnataka government planned before to have a shorter roadshow on May 6th and a longer roadshow on May 7th.

Although, the government came to know through the media that the NEET exam held on May 7th.

The National Eligibility cum Entrance Test is scheduled today May 7th in Karnataka amid the 2nd election campaign roadshow of PM Modi for Karnataka Election Assembly on Wednesday.

Giving priority to the students, PM Modi directed that they would follow the opposite of the plan. Long-distance roadshow held on May 6th, and short distance roadshow held on May 7th, to certify not even a single student troubled in going to the examination center.

Bangaluru Traffic Police posted on Twitter

“In view of Hon’ble Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Bengaluru city on 7th May, regular commuters/motorists should avoid the following roads from 8 am to 12 noon,” the Bengaluru Traffic Police posted on Twitter.

The opposition party Congress leave no opportunity to spread negativity on PM Modi’s roadshow and called it a ‘tamasha’, saying that due to inconvenience and slow response, it now reduced to 6.5 km.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is also going to hold a roadshow and rally in the Mahadevapura constituency on 7th May.

The Karnataka assembly elections held two days later on Wednesday. The result declared on 13 May. The main contest is between BJP, Congress and JD(S).

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