Union Home Minister Amit Shah conducted a road show in Mangaluru on Saturday, April 29 as part of the Bharatiya Janata Party’s (BJP) election campaign for the upcoming state Assembly elections.
A large number of BJP supporters gathered to witness the roadshow campaign, which saw tight security measures being put in place. The roadshow began from Clock Tower, passing through K S Rao road, and concluded at Govind Pai Circle at PVS.
Shah was accompanied by MP Nalin Kumar Kateel, Mangaluru South sitting MLA Vedavyas Kamath, BJP district president Sudarshan Moodbidri, and many other leaders. His arrival for the campaign was received with a rousing welcome by his supporters, which is expected to boost the BJP’s campaign ahead of the elections.
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Shah was welcomed with the beats of drums and a tiger dance, and he threw flower petals to his supporters throughout the roadshow. A huge garland was also brought in a crane for Shah.
The roadshow was a significant event in the BJP’s election campaign, as it provided an opportunity for the party to connect with its supporters and showcase its strength ahead of the polls.