Amit Shah to review Assembly election preparedness of BJP in Karnataka

Bengaluru: BJP national president Amit Shah will pay a day-long visit to Bengaluru on December 31 to review the preparedness of the state unit of the party for the Assembly polls.

Briefing reporters after the core committee meeting of the party on Tuesday, BJP general secretary Aravind Limbavali said Shah, among others, will review a recent initiative of the BJP wherein legislators and MPs are given responsibility not only to look after his or her constituency but one more allotted by the party.

He will also review the progress of the Nava Karnataka Nirmana Parivarthan Yatra which has travelled 170 Assembly constituencies.

The state BJP core committee is learnt to have decided to send a proposal requesting Prime Minister Narendra Modi address two to three rallies in each of the seven regions of the state during February-March next year.
Political parties usually divide the state into seven zones, Hyderabad-Karnataka, Mumbai-Karnataka, Coastal Karnataka, Malnad, Central Karnataka, Old Mysuru and Bengaluru.

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