BJP banking on Amit Shah magic in Karnataka

Bengaluru: Amit Shah is going to be be on a three-day visit to Karnataka from August 12, during which BJP President will chair brainstorming sessions in order to chalk out the BJP’s strategy for the Assembly polls.

The visit of Amit Shah has come at a time when Karnataka BJP, which has been acting tough against the Congress-led State government, suddenly finds itself on the defensive mode, not able to articulate a clear stance on number of issues.

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Demand for Lingayat, a community who support BJP the most, has turned out to be a tricky affair.

And that is where, BJP is keeping silence on for now. Anti-Hindi agitations and the State flag issue is not helping BJP either.

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Shah is expected to hold number of meetings with party leaders and also chair a core-committee meeting, with state unit hopeful of a plan of action to wriggle out of these tricky situations.


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