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Union Home Minister Amit Shah will visit Karnataka on Friday. After the announcement of the assembly election schedule, he will leave for a two-day tour of the state for the first time. They will hold a road show at Devanahalli, the birthplace of Mysore ruler Tipu Sultan, on Friday afternoon.

BJP sources said Shah would hold a meeting with senior party functionaries here in the evening regarding election preparations. Before returning to Delhi on Saturday, he will attend a program organized by a private news channel. Shah will campaign for BJP’s Pillai Munishamppa in Devanahalli.

BJP stood third in Devanahalli
Munishamappa is pitted against sitting Janata Dal Secular MLA LN Narayanaswamy and Congress candidate KH Muniyappa. In the last assembly elections, Narayanaswamy won against Congress candidate Venkataswamy by securing 86,966 votes. Venkataswamy got 69,956 votes. BJP candidate Nagesh finished third with 9,820 votes. The voting is to be held on May 10 and the results will be declared on May 13.

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