BJP president Amit Shah will be on a two-day visit to Karnataka from tomorrow during which he will join his party's nation-wide protests against the Congress's "divisive politics", hold a road show, visit religious mutts and address several meetings.
Besides other programmes, Shah will join farmers for lunch in Abbigeri village, it said.
He will later address a public meeting and have dinner with industrialists and traders.
On the second day, he will start his campaign with a visit to the Rani Chennamma Memorial in Kittur, and address a party meeting later, according to the statement.
He will attend a road show, address a women's convention, and interact with college students, it said.
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