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Bengaluru: Amit Shah's visit expected to infuse newfound enthusiasm in BJP camp


Daijiworld Media Network - Bengaluru (SP)

Bengaluru, Dec 31: National BJP president, Amit Shah, is expected to land in the city on Sunday December 31. His visit is expected to buoy the spirits of the party leaders and cadres and prepared the ground for a pro-BJP wave in Karnataka, where the state unit of BJP is struggling to find a proper rhythm because of factionalism and ego issues.

State BJP is presently also grappling with issues like Mahadayi river water sharing controversy and discomfiture it is facing on the issue of demand for separate Lingayat religion. Shah will begin to attend a series of meetings with state BJP leaders where he will be issuing them specific directions. In all likelihood, he will also frame strategies to counter other political parties on the above issues and to defeat the aim of other parties to embarrass the BJP.

After his arrival at the airport here at 10.30 am, Shah will proceed to a private hotel nearby. He will inaugurate a meeting of MPs, MLAs and MLC who were made in-charge of election matters relating to assembly constituencies at 11.30 am. During this meeting, which is expected to go on till 1.30 pm, Shah will collect details about the achievements of these leaders in their respective constituencies, how they have fared as far as affective discharge of responsibilities entrusted to them is concerned, and how many have done well. At 2.30 pm, he will hold meeting with state office bearers of the party and district presidents where current state of affairs of the party, challenges being faced in affective implementation of the plans, organizational matters etc will be discussed. Thereafter, he will meet BJP core committee members to discuss the overall situation in the party.

State BJP in-charge, Muralidhar Rao, assistant in-charge, Purandeshwari, election in-charge and union minister, Prakash Javadekar, and assistant election in-charge and union minister, Piyush Goyal, will be some of the leaders who will attend this meeting.

Shah is likely to take stock of the situation arising out of poor handling of Mahadayi river water sharing issue by the BJP leaders here. This could have been projected as one of the most important feats of the BJP but the other parties particularly Congress, have wrested the initiative and floored the BJP leaders, who have failed to counter the offensive properly.

Karnataka election-in-charge, Prakash Javadekar, held meeting with BJP leaders on Saturday evening in which he collected information about preparedness for election, Parivarthana Yatra, booth level organization of the party, achievements so far with references to tasks allotted earlier by Shah and some other matters, it is said.

In general, there is an air of apprehension among BJP leaders, as Shah would be reviewing the achievements and performances of current MLAs, party leaders and people seeking party tickets, vis-a-vis tasks he had assigned to them during the visit in August this year. So, leaders who have failed to properly execute the tasks are a little jittery. Moreover, in spite of clear instructions from the national president, BJP has failed to address the issue of differences between top BJP leaders properly, which is another issue that might be playing behind the minds of the state leaders as well as the national president of BJP.


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  • alfria, mumbai /mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    why this fatso have to come for New Year, his entry will spoil the New Year spirit of Mangalore and Karnataka,

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  • Ahmed, Udupi/Bangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Kateyonda Hellide BAri Gurutuu gale BJP aali
    Yedi na Benchali Eshwarappa NA Wallali
    Salaaaade
    Gurtondu nan gechede
    Corruptiona Nepadaliiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii
    DUm Da re Dum daree.....

    Read it in flow.............Enjoy.

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  • Vincent Rodrigues, Bengaluru/Katapadi

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    People will not forget the worst rule and administration they had given when they were in power

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  • MV Shetty, Bangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Muslim women's are expected to vote for BJP because of banning triple talaq and potentially banning polygamy.
    This is what Happened in UP earlier this year.

    Time for some (secular)people to understand the feelings behind the burqa and reform themselves in their own homes.

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  • Nadeem, Dxb blr

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Infact the muslim men who want 2 divorce can just abandon the women
    See the plight of that lady in gujrath?
    Aasmaan se gira khajoor mei atkha

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  • SMR, Karkala

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    If Congress want to break the enthusiasm of BJP master strategist it should raise the issue of mysterious murder of Judge Loyola who was investigating a 'fake encounters' . They should also aggressively ask question why his most son most profitable company need to wind up within a year.

    His frequent visits to Karnataka means in the coming days more communal flares, hate speeches, glamours Pakistan, Mandir- Masjid, Kabristan- Pakistan and Mesta is going to be raised.

    After Honavar, Vijayapura went on flare thanks Udupi BJP MP's 'Digital India' fake news circulation Karnataka is going to experience Gujarat Model in Godhra can't be ruled out.

    As EVM become most trusted companion of BJP in the coming assembly elections 'Salami fraud' is going to be expected as in the case of Gujarat.

    "Salami Fraud was all about stealing small pennies from millions of accounts that became the most favourite and fraudulent method to siphon off millions of dollars without the account holders noticing the fraud".

    It is time to announce HIGH ALERT as peace is going to be disturbed for votes is more imminent.

    Jai Hind

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  • Luv, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    There is a Pattern in Karnataka..
    when center is ruled by BJP Congress wins.
    when center is ruled by Congress BJP wins.
    But this time BJP will lose because of Yeddy's bad reputation. and Congress will win because of Siddu's Charisma.

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    How can we forget BJP's achievements like the major Illegal iron -ore mining scam / Bellary Scam, land de-notification scam, jail Yatra of bjp leaders, Operation Kamala, 2012 porn-in-assembly scandal, Eshwarappa's cash counting machine, 2008 shooting farmers in Haveri, 2012 homestay attacks, 2009 pub attacks, Pak flag hoisting in Sindhagi, Bijapur, Communal conflicts, church attacks, riots, emptying state exchequer, drought mismanagement, etc.

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  • Shivu, Udupi

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Better than concentrating on karnataka , I guess you need to concentrate on Gujrat & Goa . Govt kabhi bhi Gir sakthiye hai ..

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  • NR, mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Make a income for poor family here, we don;t want any politics here.

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Let him share his business model. we all want to know the following:

    1. Turnover of a company owned by Shah’s son increased 16,000 times over in the year following election of PM Narendra Modi.
    2. Revenue from company owned by Amit Shah’s son jumped from just Rs 50,000 to over Rs 80,00,00,000 in a single year
    3. A firm of Amit Shah’s son, whose business is chiefly stock trading, turns to windmill generation with PSU loan.

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  • Mohit, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    A welcome to Karnataka Mr. Amit Shah. Rule the state and deliver good governance to all castes, religion without any vote bank politics. Let the people of DK live in harmony which is spoiled by the current Dongi Cheddiless Congress.
    Jai Hind. Vande Mataram.

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  • Praveen, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    What non sense are you talking. Just term men net the good governance of Congress in Karnataka. Not the scams of BJP. You've looted our money and resources. You've no place in Karnataka. Try some other state.

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  • Mohammed, Bajpe/Riyadh

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    I repeat my question from my previous article. Amit Sha, BJP is pro majority community and thats given & understood. There is no doubt about that. Now its also declared that Cong will be turning into 'soft Hindutva' to appease the majority community voters. RG has been doing temple runs, wearing the Tilak and Janiwaara and claiming himself to be a Shiv Bakth in Guj. This will continue in Ktaka . In light of all the above, I think its better for us, minorities, along with BJP to disregard this Cong as well . With Mr, Owaisi going to campaign, we should support his party as its pro minority. In the long run , its good for us. Why should we support a party that changes its colour for electoral benefits?

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  • kas, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Not a good idea .... If you vote enblock as muslims , then Hindus will also vote enblock ... Your share will be 15 % and you will be on streets .... Better negotiate or go with JDS another daku party ... look at the stories of Gujrat Muslims, many of them were not allowed to vote under fear ... by Goons .....

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  • Desi Admi, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Gujarat Muslims , especially wemen voted for Modi. TT ban and expected Polygamy ban went well with educated Muslim wemen.

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  • kas, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    That is why BJP's share of 59 % came down to 49 % ...this time and Bjp lost about 16 seats and won 18 seats with a margin of less than 2000 votes ... In Godhra BJP won by 258 votes .. such communally sensitive place ... This is all because of Muslim women voters ....

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  • Praveen, Karkala

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    BJP'S RAMI REDDI (VILLAIN)

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  • Ashu, Moodbidre

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Ban this politician, "bad SHA" , His moto is to spoil the state and India in the name of religion, ban him.

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  • george, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Amit Shah will be the new chief minister for Karnataka state. Good luck.

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  • Gangadara, Madipu

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Now he remembered there is a state in the south called Karnataka. After losing Kerala's Election both these BJP mahagurus' forgot Kerala. Only they want Votes, after that they want COWS for legal slaughter houses!

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  • Moshu, Mangaluru

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Beware guys. He has only one agenda to spread...

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  • Rocks, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    he will get some shameless incidents in his visit to karnataka with no doubt. . . .

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Newfound Enthusiasm after Gujarat ...

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  • Guru, Mangaluru

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Welcome to Karnataka ! Congrats in advance for your win in 2018 Vidhan Sabha elections.

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  • Rocks, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    comedy ya ...... that too in karnataka .... he he day dream is good but will not come true

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  • N.M, Mangalore

    Sun, Dec 31 2017

    Best joke of 2017 and 2018. BJP & JDS alliance will get 70-80 seats and lose.

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