Kundapur: ‘Modi 3.0’ wall-writing campaign flagged off

Silvester D’Souza

Daijiworld Media Network – Kundapur (MS)

Kundapur, Jan 25: ‘Modi once again 3.0’ wall-writing campaign was flagged off by Koteshwara Mahashakti Kendra in relation to the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

Kundapur MLA A Kiran Kumar Kodgi flagged off the programme by spraying in front of apartment owned by Markodu Sudhir Kumar Shetty.

Speaking on the occasion, president of BJP Kundapur, Shankara Ankadakatte said, “The aim of BJP, according to the call given by national president J P Nadda, is making Modi as Prime Minister for the third consecutive term. In the wake of this, wall writing campaign has begun. This campaign will be made successful at booth level in the taluk.”

Chief secretary of party Suresh Shetty Gopadi, Satish Poojary, district convener of campaign Rajesh Kaveri, Mandal co-convener Rajesh Kaveri, Mandala convenor Sudhir K S, co convener Surendra Kanchan Sangam, president of Mahila morcha Roopa Babu Pai, mandala vice president Rajesh Udupa, president of Koteshwara gram panchayat Ragini Devadiga, president of Koteshwara Mahashakti Kendra Golla, chief secretary Nagaraj Acharya, members of Koteshwar gram panchayat, office bearers of the party, leaders and well-wishers were present.





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