Bengaluru: Union Home Minister Amit Shah will be visiting Karnataka on December 30 and 31. Shah’s visit has gained significance as the chief minister Basavaraj Bommai’s government waits for an expansion or reshuffle. Shah is anticipated to evaluate the party’s poll readiness during formal meetings and talk strategy with party officials and workers at the booth level.
Karnataka assembly elections likely to happen in April next year. Bommai met with Shah and BJP national president J P Nadda on Monday to discuss electoral preparations, the cabinet, and reservation-related concerns.
Shah is slated to launch a huge dairy in Mandya and speak at a public gathering there on December 30, according to party sources. Shah will arrive in Bengaluru on December 29 night.
Shah will return to Bengaluru later to participate in a cooperative conference held at the city’s Palace Grounds. He is going to attend a BJP gathering after this.
The Home Minister will meet with party leaders for brunch on December 31. He will then go see Souharda Sahakari Federation. Before departing for Delhi, he is anticipated to attend the BJP’s conference for booth presidents and level agents at the Palace Ground.