Amit Shah on state visit

BJP national president Amit Shah will be arriving in Bengaluru on Wednesday evening and will chair a series of meetings to review the poll preparedness of the state unit.

He will be holding two sessions - one with legislators and MPs from north Karnataka followed by those from south Karnataka. He is also likely to take part in the state core committee meeting. The meetings will be held at a private resort on the outskirts of the city.

During his last visit to Bengaluru, Shah is learnt to have taken party state legislators and MPs to task for not following his "one-plus-one strategy," wherein each elected representative not only looks after his or her constituency, but one more allotted by the party. He told them that they should have visited constituencies allotted to them by his next visit to Bengaluru.

The next day, Shah will be visiting Chitradurga, where he is scheduled to address the party's Navakarnataka Nirmana Parivarthana Yatra.

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