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Nadda to visit poll-bound Karnataka on Jan 5 and 6


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Bengaluru: BJP National President JP Nadda will be on a two-day visit to poll-bound Karnataka on January 5 and 6.

During his tour, Nadda will hold meetings with party leaders and workers in Tumakuru and Chitradurga districts, and visit various mutts including prominent Siddaganga seminary.

On January 5 afternoon Nadda will participate in the meeting with the heads of BJP’s Shakti Kendra of Tumakuru and Madhugiri assembly segments in Tumakuru.

The same evening Nadda will garland statues of Veera Madakari Nayaka, Onake Obavva, Dr BR Ambedkar, and participate in the party’s SC/ST and OBC karyakartas meeting in Chitradurga. He will also visit Madara Chennaya and Sirigere Taralabalu mutts.

The next day, he will visit Panchamasali mutt in Harihara, Kanaka and Valmiki Guru mutts, also. He will then attend a booth-level party meeting in Davangere.

Same evening, Nadda will address a mega public meeting at Sira in Tumakuru district, a BJP release said.

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