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Amit Shah is in Karnataka ahead of assembly polls.

BJP president Amit Shah is in Karnataka as part of the party's election campaign for the upcoming assembly election in the state. After arriving in Mangaluru last evening, he addressed a small public meeting near the airport. He visited the Kukke Subramanya temple in the morning. He addressed students at Vivekananda Institutions in Puttur on the role of the youth in building a "New India". "Karnataka Needs Good Governance, Not GoondaGovernance," Says Amit Shah.

Elections are due in Karnataka in a few months. BJP, in an attempt to consolidate its presence in the south, has launched a rigorous campaign in the state. Prime Minister Narendra Modi was in Karnataka on Monday to flag off a new train and address voters. 

short by: Nishan Puthran/read more at NDTV

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