The Lok Sabha Elections 2024 are in full swing, and political fervor is at its peak. As the nation heads to the polls, all eyes are on the candidates, their campaigns, and the battle for power. One such pivotal campaign is being led by none other than Prime Minister Narendra Modi.

The Whirlwind Tour

PM Modi is all set to embark on a 2-day whirlwind campaign in the state of Karnataka. Here are the key highlights:

  1. Campaign Intensity: With the third phase of elections approaching, the campaign intensity has reached new heights. PM Modi, eyeing a third term in office, is leaving no stone unturned.
  1. Karnataka Calling: The southern state of Karnataka is witnessing a political storm. PM Modi will address public meetings in five districts, rallying support for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).
  1. Congress Counterpart: Meanwhile, Congress leader Rahul Gandhi is also on the move. He will be campaigning in various parts of Odisha, adding to the electoral drama.

Live Updates

Stay tuned for live updates as the campaign unfolds:

  • JP Nadda’s Rallies: BJP president JP Nadda will address election rallies in different parts of Odisha today. The Berhampur Lok Sabha seat, where both BJP and BJD candidates are turncoats, promises an intense electoral battle.
  • Rahul Gandhi’s Address: Rahul Gandhi will also address election rallies in Odisha. His public meeting in Salepur, Cuttack district, and tribute to Utkal Gourav Madhusudan Das add to the political buzz.
  • Smriti Irani’s Ayodhya Visit: Union Minister Smriti Irani will seek blessings in Ayodhya and file her nomination as the BJP candidate from the Amethi parliamentary seat. Speculation surrounds whether Rahul Gandhi will contest from Amethi again.

As the election drama unfolds, Karnataka becomes the battleground for PM Modi’s campaign. The stakes are high, and every rally counts. Keep an eye on the live updates, and let democracy take its course.

Remember, your vote matters!


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