Do you not aspire to the position of prime minister? The PM Engages With Children

When PM Modi noticed a group of kids cheering for him, he approached them and struck up a friendly conversation.
Do you not aspire to the position of prime minister? The PM Engages With Children

Kalaburagi (Karnataka): On a visit to election-bound Karnataka on Tuesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi engaged in a lighthearted exchange with children there.
In Kalaburagi, the prime minister conducted a large roadshow. Prior to the roadshow, PM Modi approached a group of kids who were applauding him and struck up a friendly dialogue.

The Prime Minister enquired as to their education status. He inquired about the children's aspirations for their future careers. One child said "doctor," and another "police officer."

PM Modi has interacted with kids before on a number of occasions.

As the Prime Minister's cavalcade passed through the road during the roadshow, people lined up on either side of the street to cheer for him. They also bombarded him with flower petals.

Prime Minister Modi waved at passersby as he rode on the cab of a truck.

The Bharatiya Janata Party's (BJP) election campaign in Karnataka has received a significant boost as a result of Prime Minister Narendra Modi's recent huge roadshows and public gatherings in the state.

Last month, PM Modi undertook massive roadshows in Mysuru and Bengaluru.

Retaining power in Karnataka is the BJP's task; JP Nadda, the party's president, and Amit Shah, the union home minister, are running extensive campaigns.

It is noteworthy that Karnataka is the only southern state where the BJP is in power.

"The 2024 Lok Sabha elections' semifinals are also viewed as taking place during the Karnataka elections. That is why the BJP is emphasising Karnataka more than any other state "sources reported.

The BJP is running for reelection in the state and has expressed confidence in winning a landslide victory.

Elections for the Karnataka Assembly will be held on May 10 and the results will be tallied on May 13.