Poll work: Shah in B'luru from today

Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah will be in Bengaluru for two days from Wednesday and, will be reviewing various aspects of preparedness of the party for the May 12 Assembly elections.

On Wednesday, Shah will start his day by garlanding the statue of Basaveshwara at Chalukya Circle Bengaluru. He will later call on littérateurs M Chidananda Murthy and Siddalingaiah to collect their opinion about the party manifesto. At noon, Shah will be addressing a convention of Shakti Kendra pramukhs at Palace Grounds followed by a meeting of regional in-charges of the party.

The BJP chief will hold a roadshow at Hoskote in Bengaluru Rural district the evening.The next day too, Shah has a packed schedule, chairing a series of party meetings. He will be addressing another convention of Shakti Kendra pramukhs at Devanahalli in Bengaluru Rural district, followed by a Samaja Chintana Sabha.

At 6.30 pm, Shah will be interacting with trade and industry leaders at Jnana Jyothi auditorium on Central College premises.

War room ready

Shah will be making frequent visits to Bengaluru till the election day and will be moving into a six-bedroom house near Chalukya Circle. The house-cum-election war room is now ready for occupation.

Security personnel inspected the house on Tuesday. Shah will be given round-the-clock security has he falls under Z+ category.

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