Prime Minister Narendra Modi would hold a 36.6-kilometre roadshow in Bengaluru on May 6, Bengaluru Central Lok Sabha member P C Mohan said on Wednesday.
The roadshow, as part of the BJP’s campaigning for the May 10 Assembly polls in Karnataka, would pass through the city’s 17 Assembly constituencies, Mohan said.
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“The Prime Minister would cover a distance of 10.1 kilometres from 11 am to 1 pm, and 26.5 km from 4 pm to 10 pm,” Mohan said.
Earlier on April 29, Modi had conducted a 5.3-kilometre-long roadshow in Bengaluru that passed through various locations in the city, including Magadi Road, Nice Road Junction and Sumanahalli.
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Voting in Karnataka will take place on May 10 and the results will be declared in May 13.
(With Agency inputs)