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.
The BJP has launched an intensive campaign to oust the Congress government from the state with Shah making frequent visits to lead the exercise.
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