PM Narendra Modi will gift development schemes worth crores in Karnataka today. PM Modi will address an election rally in Davanagere after inaugurating several schemes. This is the 7th visit of the Prime Minister this year.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will visit Karnataka on Saturday. This will be his seventh visit to the poll-bound state this year. During this, he will participate in various official programs and address a huge public meeting. In the next few days, the Election Commission is expected to announce the polling schedule for the state assembly elections to be held in May. According to BJP sources, this will be the first meeting of the party, which will be attended by the PM, since the election preparations began in Karnataka.
Full program of PM Modi
According to the information, Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach the Hindustan Aeronautics Limited (HAL) airport in Bengaluru first thing in the morning. From here he will go to Chikkaballapur to inaugurate the Sri Madhusudan Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research. After this, he will again go back to Bengaluru in the afternoon and will inaugurate the White Field Metro Line there. As of now, there is also a plan for his journey by metro on this route. After inaugurating the Metro, PM Narendra Modi will address a public meeting in Davangere. After the public meeting, the Prime Minister will fly to Delhi from Shivamogga airport.
I will be in Karnataka tomorrow, 25th March. The Sri Madhusudan Sai Institute of Medical Sciences and Research will be inaugurated in Chikkaballapur. After that, will be in Bengaluru for inaugurating the Whitefield (Kadugodi) to Krishnarajapura Metro Line of Bangalore Metro.
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10 lakh people are expected to gather in the rally
PM Modi will address a huge public meeting at the district headquarters of Davangere as part of BJP’s Vijay Sankalp Yatra. According to BJP MP from Davangere GM Siddheshwar, a total of 10 lakh people are expected to participate in the rally. Regarding this, a pandal has been set up in 400 acres of land next to GMIT College.