Bengaluru, Apr 2: Prime Minister, Narendra Modi, will address as many as six 'Vijaya Sankalpa Yathra', the public meetings across Karnataka from April 8, Senior BJP leader and former minister Aravinda Limbaali informed here on Tuesday.
Speaking to newsmen, he said that Prime minister, on his part of the election campaign in Karnataka will address two public meetings on 8th April at two places, Chitradurga and Mysuru, Mangaluru and Bengaluru on April 13 and Chikkodi and Gangavathi on April 18.
Maintaining that large number of people are expected to participate in these meetings, he said that apart from Modi, several other leaders including Uttar Pradesh Chief minister Yogi Adityanath, Union Home minister Rajnath Singh, and others would also tour the state and address the public meetings. The BJP's national president Amit Shaw will also tour four days in the state from April 10 to April 20 and take part in Road Shows and meet the party workers in several places in the state.
Stating that unlike the Opposition Congress, the BJP will go before the people, on the strength of the achievements and performances of the Narendra Modi Government at the Center, he charged that the Congress leaders including Rahul Gandhi, are only indulged in spreading falsehood and empty promises.
Criticising that the Congress-JD(S) coalition government, had failed to address basic problems being faced by the people of the state, he said that "there is no any co-ordination between the leaders of the coalition partners". Opining that the days of the JD(S)-Congress coalition government are numbered the BJP leader said that "the coalition government will collapse soon after the General Elections".
Replying to questions, while the JD(S)-Congress government will collapse on its own weight very soon, he said that "Several Congress MLAs, are in constant touch with the BJP leaders to topple the government". Referring to BJP candidate Tejasvi Surya's statement that already he had won the Bengaluru South Seat even before the election, he said that "It could not be true. But he (Tejasvi) is still a young man and we will correct him if he had said so". (UNI)