Amit Shah to visit poll-bound Karnataka tomorrow

BANGALORE: Union Home Minister Amit Shah is set to visit poll-bound Karnataka on Saturday, January 28,  during which he is expected to inaugurate and join various programmes in Dharwad and Belagavi cities. He will be embarking in Hubballi city on Friday evening on one-day visit.

Besides attending a mega road show, the Union minister will also address a massive public rally in Belagavi.

With his visit, the party's Karnataka unit is expected to gain traction in the region, which is considered a BJP stronghold. Party sources confirmed that Amit Shah is hosting a series of meetings in the north Karnataka region to further strengthen the party.

Apart from inaugurating the indoor stadium of Karnataka Lingayat Society's (KLE) BVB Engineering College, he will also take part in Amrit Mahotsav organised on the occasion of completion of 75 years of KLE. Later, the minister would lay the groundwork for the Dharwad Forensic Science Laboratory (FSL).

He will participate in the 'Vijaya Sankalp Yatra' in Kundagol and worship at the 300-year-old ancient Shambhuling temple. He'll pay Basavanna Mutt a visit later.

The party has organised a one-and-a-half-kilometer gigantic road show and will distribute handbills to a few households. Minister Shah will deliver a speech at a big public rally in M.K. Hubballi, Kittur assembly seat.

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