Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be on a two-day tour of Karnataka from today. For the assembly elections to be held on May 10, he will address six public meetings and hold road shows at two places. As per Modi's itinerary, he will fly to Bidar airport on Saturday morning in a special flight from Delhi, from where he will take a helicopter to Humnabad in Bidar district and address a public meeting at 11 am.
After this, Prime Minister Modi will go to Vijayapura, where he will address an election rally at 1 pm. He will address a public meeting at Kudachi in Belagavi district at around quarter to two in the afternoon. PM Modi will hold a roadshow in Bengaluru North in the evening.
After a night halt in Bengaluru, he will leave for Kolar from Raj Bhavan on Sunday morning, where he will address a public meeting at 11.30 am. Prime Minister Modi will address a public meeting at Channapatna in Ramnagar district at 1.30 pm. He will then go to Belur in Hassan district, where he will address an election rally at 3.45 pm. Prime Minister Modi will hold a roadshow in Mysore on Sunday evening. After the program, he will fly from Mysore to Delhi in a special aircraft.