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Electioneering reaches feverish pitch in Karnataka; PM Modi to address a number of rallies today

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The campaigning has reached feverish pitch for Assembly elections in Karnataka. Star campaigners of BJP and Congress have fanned around the state to woo the voters. Prime Minister Narendra Modi will address public rallies in Kallburgi, Ballari and Bengaluru today.

Prime Minister will address Mahila Morcha karyakartas of Karnataka BJP through Narendra Modi app tomorrow morning. Congress President Rahul Gandhi will begin his two-day campaign from Bidar.

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath will begin his whirlwind tour for three days beginning today. He will address public rallies in Sirsi, Sagar, Belur and Honnali today. On the second day, he will take part in the public meetings in Haliyala, Mudhol and Teradala. On the last day of his campaign on Saturday, he will be in Sedam and Balki. Union Minister Nitin Gadkari will be in KR Pet, Srirangapattana and Nippani today.

Union Minister for Information and Broadcasting Smriti Irani will be addressing public meetings in Dharwad and Gadag districts tomorrow. Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh will campaign in Afzalpur, Chitapur and Chincholi in Kalburgi district on Saturday.

Chief Minister Siddaramaiah is on a statewide tour to campaign for Congress Candidates. He will take up the campaign in assembly segments coming in Davangere, Chitradurga and Ballari districts. Former Chief Minister of Kerala Ommen Chandi is also campaigning for Congress candidates tomorrow and day after in various places in Bengaluru.

Janatha Dal Secural Chief Minister candidate H D Kumaraswamy has election meetings lined up today in Vijayapura district today. The Hyderabad Member of Parliament Asaduddin Owaisi will address a public rally for JD(S) in Bengaluru tomorrow.

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