Amit Shah Karnataka Visit on March 26 Bengaluru Traffic Alternative route arrangement in bengaluru news in kannada | Amit Shah to Bengaluru tomorrow: Traffic is hot, alternative route arrangement for city dwellers
Union Home Minister Amit Shah, who is coming to the state in the wake of the Karnataka elections, will visit Bangalore tomorrow (March 26). As a result, people in the heart of Bengaluru will experience heavy traffic.
Bangalore: Karnataka assembly election (Karnataka Assembly Election 2023) As it approaches, BJP central leaders are visiting the state one after another to rise to the helm of power in the state again. Today Narendra Modi (Narendra Modi) Union Home Minister Amit Shah, popularly known as BJP’s Chanakya, will visit the state tomorrow (March 26). (Amit Shah) He will arrive in the capital Bangalore. The impact is public traffic in the heart of the city (Bengaluru Traffic) The heat is on, and a pariya road has been planned for smooth traffic.
Background of Amit Shah’s visit, the traffic will hit the heart of Bengaluru, and the traffic police has arranged an alternative route for smooth traffic. Motorists have been advised to use alternative routes around Bellary Road, Hebbala Circle, Mekhri Circle, Kaveri Junction, Raj Bhavan Road, Inventry Road, Nripatunga Road, Queen’s Road, KR Circle, Hudson Circle, Old Airport Road, Trinity Circle and Town Hall. .
Installation of statue by crane
Tomorrow, the statue of Nada Prabhu Kempegowda and Basaveshwara will be unveiled in front of the Vidhana Soudha. Amit Shah will inaugurate these statues tomorrow.
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Amit Shah, who visited Bangalore on the night of March 23, is now returning to Bangalore. After unveiling the statue of Kempegowda and Basavareshwar here, Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel will dedicate the statue in Gorta village of Hulasur taluk of Bidar district. This Martyr Memorial, started by the state BJP Yuva Morcha Sankalp, was performed by the then BJP National President Amit Shah on September 17, 2014. He is doing the Lokkarpana right now.
A 30-feet-long martyr’s memorial, a 103-feet-long flagpole, and a 30-feet (600 square feet) national flag will fly on the 2-acre 30-gunte area on the outskirts of Gorta village. An 11-feet tall statue of Sardar Vallabhbhai Patel has been installed at Shankar Shilpi School, Bangalore.
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