Amit Shah holds massive road shows in Bangalore
Braving hot and humid conditions, thousands of party cadres, including women, accompanied Shri Amit Shah’s convoy on foot, motorbikes and cycles as the procession wound its way through Banashankari area in the city’s southern suburb on 03 April, 2019 .
Party’s state unit leaders, including Shri B.S. Yeddyurappa, Tejaswini Ananth Kumar and Surya stood along Shri Shah atop the hi-tech bus, customized for electioneering across the southern state.
Addressing the crowds who gathered in hundreds en route, Shri Amit Shah said the party fielded young Surya to contest from the high-profile parliamentary seat in view of the demographic dividend the constituency has with lakhs of techies employed in IT firms like Infosys, Wipro, and TCS living in the area. BJP has given scope for the youth and they will be going to play a vital role for the making of New India
Waving party flags, sporting saffron placards and raising slogans in favour of Surya, Prime Minister Shri Narendra Modi and Shri Yeddyurappa, the BJP leaders urged the gathering to vote for the party’s lotus symbol on the ballot box.
Bangalore South will go to polls on April 18 with 13 others of the state’s 28 constituencies. Polling to the other 14 will be held on April 23.
Like the previous one BJP National President Shri Amit Shah held another massive road show in Bengaluru, Karnataka on 10 April, 2019 . Thousands of people had gathered all along the route showering flower petals on Shri Shah as the ‘rath’ wound its way in a delirious atmosphere.
Creating a surge, Shri Amit Shah held a massive road show on the city outskirts that falls under Chikkaballapura Lok Sabha constituency, campaigning for party candidate B N Bachche Gowda, who is pitted against Congress leader M Veerappa Moily.
Hundreds of enthusiastic BJP workers cheered everybody present by chanting “Modi, Modi”. The road show lasted about 40 minutes.
Ahead of the “rath”, BJP Karyakartas sporting saffron turban and holding cutouts, placards and party flags danced to the drum beats, as slogans of ‘Modi Modi’ rent the air.
Thousands of women from the party’s Mahila Morcha also carried the traditional ‘kalasha’ to welcome the BJP National President. Metro coaches heading towards Banashankari were filled with people carrying BJP flags and sporting ‘NaMo again’ and ‘Modi again’ T-shirts.
Shri Shah was accompanied by National General Secretary and Karnataka in-charge Shri P Muralidhar Rao, state party president Shri B S Yeddyurappa, R Ashoka, party candidate Tejasvi Surya and other State leaders.