The voting for Assembly elections will take place on May 12. As the few hours left for campaigning, top leaders of different political parties are making last ditch efforts to woo the voters.
Continuing with his efforts to directly address the various wings of the party in poll bound karnataka via the Namo app, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the SC, ST, OBC and Slum Morcha Karyakartas on Thursday. Prime Minister said that BJP has always believed in equality and is committed to work for the development for all sections of the society. He said that taking inspiration from the life of Baba Sahib Ambedkar, his party is trying to fulfill Dr Ambedkar’s dream of a powerful and prosperous nation.
Addressing the Morcha members, the prime minister said that BJP is committed for the welfare of scheduled castes and scheduled tribes.
Prime Minister Modi said that his govt is committed for the welfare of the OBC community. PM Modi also hit out at Congress saying that though it wants the OBCs to vote for them but has done nothing to enusre constitutional status for the OBC Commission.
Prime Minister Modi also highlighted the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojna which has also been beneficial for the peope living in slum areas.
Prime Minister Modi had recently interacted with the party’s Yuva Morcha, Kisan Morcha and Mahila Morcha Karyakartas of the state through the app. He had also interacted with the party’s candidates for Karnataka Assembly elections through Narendra Modi App.
BJP President Amit shah also held a road show at Badami in Karnataka. The road show was greeted by a massive response, which seems as a clear writing on the wall for Siddaramaiah govt. Senior BJP leader and Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh also held a road show at Hebbal.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi held a press briefing in Bengaluru today. He expressed confidence, the Congress will get the full majority in the assembly polls. Congress’ Chief Ministerial candidate Siddharamaiya was also present on the occasion. The Congress president will hold several rallies and road shows on the last day of campaigning today.
Reacting to Rahul Gandhi’ remark, BJP leader Piyush Goyal said the failed and corrupt Siddaramaiah govt have no answers on issues pertaining to Karnataka. He also alleged the press conference of being a tutored one.
The third force in the Karnataka political battle, the JDS is also leaving no stone unturned to woo voters. Party patriarch HD Dewe Gowda is defying age with his hectic tours in support of party candidates. Leaders are confident that the party will fare well at the polls and the people will give a full majority to the JDS-BSP coalition.