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PM Modi to unveil development projects in Hubballi and Dharwad on Feb 10


Hubballi, Feb 10 (IANS): Prime Minister Narendra Modi will unveil development projects in Karnataka's twin cities of Hubballi and Dharwad northwest region and address a BJP convention on Sunday, a party official said.

"Modi will fly to Hubballi from Tiruppur in Tamil Nadu later in the day to participate in 2-3 public programmes and address our state leaders and cadres from all the state," party official S. Shantaram told IANS.

The twin cities are about 400km from the state capital Bengaluru.

Modi will first lay the foundation stone of the Indian Institute of Technology (IIT-Dharwad) and dedicate the city distribution project in Dharwad and 1.5-tonne Mangaluru strategic petroleum facility (SPR) and the 2.5-tonne Padur SPR facility of the state-run Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd (ISPRL).

The Prime Minister will also dedicate doubling of 18km Chikjajur-Mayakonda section railway line for passenger and freight services, and initiate the electrification work of 346-km Hospeta-Hubballi-Vasco da Gama line in this region.

The electrification of the broad gauge will reduce travel time and emission of greenhouse gas with lower diesel consumption.

Before addressing the party convention in Hubballi, Modi will witness the e-griha pravesh (house warming) of 2,384 houses built under the Pradhan Mantri Awas Yojana in Dharwad.

"Modi will launch the BJP's campaign for the ensuing Lok Sabha elections, due in April-May, as the party will contest in all the 28 parliamentary constituencies in the southern state," added the official.

The party had won 17 Lok Sabha seats in 2014 general elections.

 

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  • SmR, Karkala

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Prime Minister Narendra Modi being greeted by black flags across India has become a popular sight these days. A day after he faced nude protests and was shown black flags in Assam, Modi faced another round of angry protests in Andhra Pradesh on Sunday.

    In comparing Kerala with Somalia Prime Minister Modi got a "PoMoneModi". Now it becomes a fast trend echoing everywhere he goes and greeted with it.

    Ahead of his visit today, hoardings and posters bearing ‘Modi is a mistake,’ and ‘No More Modi’ has come up in several parts of the state.

    Jai Hind

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  • Arge, Bangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Agrred with all your criticism, but please suggest one alternative Prime Minister with no corruption and dynasty trail. The best bet eould be 7 different Prime minister for 7dsys of the week. Waiting for your comments

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    What about Nitin Gadkari ? Would you vote for him as PM?

    Reply Report Abuse

  • arge, Bangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    It is neither me nor you to decide who the BJP nominates, anyone is welcome as long as one party gets absolute majority, otherwise we may have to look forward 7 PMs from each of Ghstbhandhan parties

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  • cynthia, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Dear Modi sahebji,,,,, remember the earlier promises you have the poor people who believed you faith fully . in this age, stop fooling the people....
    arey ho bhagavan ko tho darooo bai

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  • Sunil K, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    In the name of inaugurating projects, Modi comes to promote BJP. The most selfish PM in the history of India. Shame.

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  • praveen, mangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Mangaluru only project The Pumpwell Flyover... Waiting for you PM.... But MP Nalin will not be there to welcome you

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  • Raghavendra M K, Mumbai Maharashtra

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    still last date of announcement of general election 2019 he will go on doing this type of JUMLA.

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  • Alwyn soans, mangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    if modi flashbacks his promises made in 2013 he himself will not give vote for him

    Reply Report Abuse

  • Flavian, Mangaluru/Kuwait

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Opportunist - Votes ke liye kuch bi karenge.

    Reply Report Abuse

  • David Pais, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    karnataka don't want your chai & pakoda. v have enough here from jobless people. may 2019 u will also b a jobless. v will invite u to sell chai in da coorg estate.

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  • Roshan, Mangalore

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    In the last five years India has seen lot of Elopements Why again???

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  • Prashanth, karkala

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Only Modi can develop our country in all aspect.
    He will win not only 2019 Parliamentary election but many more terms.
    All the very best PM Sir.

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  • Anees, Dubai

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    4 year 7 month elected for Foreign tour and lavish entertainment, 3 month for work implement work inside India.

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  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Why after 5 Years ...

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Bahrain

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    His curtain going to fall soon..

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  • Santan Mascarenhas, Kinnigoli/Mumbai

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Because he is full time traveller & election campaigner and part time PM. (recently when 5000 students marched to his office demanding jobs, they were holding placards. with this message).

    Reply Report Abuse

  • Jossey Saldanha, Mumbai

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    He gave them Pakoda's ...

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  • Raju, Karkala

    Sun, Feb 10 2019

    Why not even after 70 years

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