Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai on Sunday said BJP’s ‘Jana Sankalpa Yatra’, a statewide tour preparing the ground for the ruling party ahead of Assembly polls in the state, has been getting “unprecedented” support from the people.
The BJP launched the ‘Jan Sankalpa Yatra’ from Raichur in October.
“In the run-up to polls, we are going before the people, with our performance. Our Jana Sankalpa Yatra has already covered Hyderabad Karnataka (Kalyana Karnataka), central, coastal, and Mumbai Karnataka (Kittutu Karnataka) regions,” Mr Bommai said.
Speaking to reporters , he pointed out that the tour will be intensified in other parts of the state during December.
“We are informing people about the central and state government schemes that have reached them, and are instilling confidence in them. Jana Sankalpa Yatra has been getting unprecedented support,” he added.
According to BJP, two teams — one led by Mr Bommai and Mr Yediyurappa and the other led by state BJP President Nalin Kumar Kateel — have planned to cover 52 Assembly segments across the state before December 25.
The state is expected to go to polls in the first half of 2023.
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