On Monday, Karnataka election-bound Shivamogga airport will be opened by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. Also, he will conduct a 10-kilometer road performance in Belagavi.
B.S. Yediyurappa retirement
Since former chief minister B.S. Yediyurappa is from the Shivamogga district. Recently declared his retirement from electoral politics, everyone in Karnataka is watching the event. Yediyurappa is anticipating that his son B.Y. Vijayendra, who he has represented throughout his career, will be given tickets from the Shikaripura constituency.
Yediyurappa’s parting address had been praised by PM Modi, who said it had inspired him as well. Moreover, Yediyurappa stated that the Lingayat community should continue to support the BJP and not harbour any ill will towards him due to his retirement. He’s likely to address Yediyurappa’s reservations over including his son Vijayendra in the party in his statement.
After opening the airport, the Prime Minister, who is scheduled to arrive in Shivamogga at 11.35 a.m., will give a speech to the general public.
There are seating arrangements for 100,000 people.
More than 1,500 buses are being used to bring in people from the Chikkamagaluru, Davanagere, and Chitradurga districts. The second-longest runway in the state is at the airport in Shivamogga.
After arriving in Belagavi by 2:00 pm, PM Modi will begin a 10.7-kilometer roadshow from the Rani Chennamma circle. Leaders from various communities are permitted to greet him as he travels. At Dharmaveer Sambhaji, Ashoka, and Tilak circles, plans have been devised to cover him in flower petals. To maintain security, more than 4,500 police officers have been assigned. He will lay the cornerstone for several projects worth Rs. 2,250 crore as well as dedicate them.
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Narendra Damodardas Modi
Narendra Damodardas Modi, a politician from India who was born on September 17, 1950 has been the nation’s 14th and current prime minister since 2014. From 2001 to 2014, Modi served as Gujarat’s chief minister. He is a Varanasi-born member of parliament. He belongs to both the right-wing Hindu nationalist paramilitary volunteer Rashtriya Swayamsevak Sangh (RSS) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Modi has served as prime minister the longest of any party other than the Indian National Congress.