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PM Modi road show: Traffic goes out of gear, people stranded for hours in Bengaluru

Modi road show: As Karnataka is geared up to vote on Wednesday (May10), BJP is busy in giving a final push to its election campaign by conducting a mega road show in Bengaluru. Prime MinisterNarendra Modi is the star campaigner of the show.  He started a mega roadshow in Bengaluru on Saturday during the last […]

Edited By : Divya Richa | Updated: May 6, 2023 15:35 IST
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Modi road show: As Karnataka is geared up to vote on Wednesday (May10), BJP is busy in giving a final push to its election campaign by conducting a mega road show in Bengaluru. Prime MinisterNarendra Modi is the star campaigner of the show.  He started a mega roadshow in Bengaluru on Saturday during the last leg of the campaigning for the Karnataka Assembly polls.

The road show in Bengaluru has completely thrown traffic out of gear. Usually traffic advisory is issued for diversion but this time advisory asks commuters to avoid route entirely.

With the start of the rally social media was abuzz with concerns about inconvenience due to traffic restrictions and police security arrangements.

The concerns only grew on social media, where netizens expressed displeasure that the blocking of roads and sealing of gates of apartments would only restrict them to their homes instead of weekend getaways.

Ambulances stuck, students stuck, large parts of the city barricaded with main arterial roads blocked.

 

PM Modi is on Karnataka tour for three days

PM Modi is on a three-day tour of the election state of Karnataka. Today was the second day of his tour. On the first day, PM Modi addressed an election rally in Bellary. During this, PM Modi mentioned the film The Kerala Story and also targeted the opposition Congress. The PM had said in his address that this film exposes the terrorist conspiracy in Kerala.

 

Will also address public meetings in the afternoon

Prime Minister Modi will also hold public meetings in Badami and Haveri after the road show. Let us tell you that on May 10, votes will be cast on all the 224 assembly seats in Karnataka in a single phase. The counting of votes will take place on May 13. May 8 is the last day of campaigning.

First published on: May 06, 2023 03:29 PM IST

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