BJP will emerge victorious in 2023 Assembly polls:Bommai
BJP will emerge victorious in 2023 Assembly polls:Bommai

BANGALORE: Basavaraj Bommai, the chief minister of Karnataka, expressed his confidence in the BJP's ability to win the 2023 Assembly elections on Tuesday.

Speaking to reporters close to his home before the start of the "Jan Sankalp Yatra," which is being viewed as a rival to the Congress' "Bharat Jodo Yatra," he said that the party had been holding rally on a regular basis.

Through the rally, the party will engage the public with the State government's programmes, inform them of the advantages the BJP-led NDA Government at the Center's policies and programmes have provided for thousands of people, and discuss upcoming initiatives.

The Chief Minister Bommai said the aim of holding this yatra is to motivate the party office-bearers and workers to retain power in the state.

As as many two three small functions will be held apart from the main convention such as discussioni with beneficiaries and visit to some places, he added.

"Since everyone is aware of whether the "Bharat Jodo Yatra" is bringing people together or dividing them, we are not at all concerned about it. The "Bharat Jodo Yatra" is irrelevant. People will hear about our programmes as we work to win the election. The Jan Sankalp Yatra and the Bharat Jodo Yatra are unrelated" he said.

Meanwhile, it's said that the BJP leaders tore down a school compound wall that was 80 feet wide and seven feet tall to make room for the gathering. The event was recorded in Raichur district's Gillesogur village.

Sources said that  more than 50,000 people are expected to attend the convention in the village and the compound wall is being demolished.

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