PM Modi to address Nav Nirman Parivarthan Yatra in Bengaluru today ahead of the Karnataka elections. However, PM Modi is going to conclude the 90 days long BJP’s Nav Nirman in Bengaluru. BJP pitch its election campaign across Karnataka for 90 nearly all the 224 constituencies and now the Prime Minister Narendra Modi going to hold the last rally in Bengaluru to extend BJP Karnataka agenda. The Nav Nirman Parivarthan rally of PM Modi will begin in the evening at the Palace ground. The party officials said that thousands of cadre from across the poll-bound state and the state voters will participate in the event.
However, PM Modi was earlier to address a rally on 28th January for the conclusion of three-month yatra which began on 1st November. But because of the Parliament’s Budget session 2018, PM Modi would not be able to attend the last rally, so the party had recalled rally for 4th February. The Budget Session 2018 began on 29th January and on 1st February it was presented before the Parliament. This year budget has come over with relief for farmers, poor, women and children’s. As the budget mainly focused on the facilities and relief for this section of our society.
As per the reports of the party officials, the tight security arrangements have been made for BJP’s Nav Nirman Parivarthan Yatra in the city where around one lakh people to attend and listen to Modi’s speech. The party officials said that they have invited youth especially IT executives and from biotech companies to listen to Modi’s speech. Also, PM Modi’s rally will live telecasted on Youtube and several channels. Karnataka elections to conduct in April or May month 2018, so the Bharatiya Janta Party has held its crisscrossing rally across the state. After edging victory across Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh election, now the party is engrossing itself for the elections of several north-eastern states and Karnataka.