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Issues like halal meat and hijab may get some votes, but the government should focus on budget proposals and implementation of infrastructure projects. The state is ready to change the unit of BJP. Elections are not likely to be held soon. Here are some messages that Karnataka Chief Minister Basavaraj Bomai sent back from his recent visit to Delhi. Sources said the troubled chief minister was also informed that the long-awaited cabinet reshuffle would take place soon as the list submitted to the central leadership has been approved.

The changes are expected to be finalized during the visit of BJP national general secretary Arun Singh (April 12-24) and party chief JP Nadda (April 16-17) to Karnataka. A meeting of the state executive will also be held in Vijayanagar during Nadda’s visit.

According to party sources, the central leadership, including both Nadda and Home Minister Amit Shah, have refused to go ahead with the May 2023 elections. It was suggested by a section of leaders. A source said, “He suggested the party to reorganize itself. The government has been asked to focus on governance aspects after the reshuffle.” A source said that Bomai has been asked to focus on irrigation works to get the support of farmers. At present, farmers are angry with the state government. .

A senior party leader, who is also an MP from Karnataka, said, “This is in line with Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s stand that the BJP should get a mandate with a good report card on development. National leaders have made it clear to the chief minister. That the controversy over hijab and halal meat, as well as other issues targeting minorities, may help the party consolidate staunch Hindu votes in some areas, but we need a solid performance record to bring the party back . in America . power,

Those seeking early elections felt that the BJP’s victory in the recent elections and the atmosphere created by the hijab, halal controversy gave the party an edge. A source said, “Some leaders wanted Karnataka elections to be held later this year along with Gujarat and Himachal Pradesh. But the national leadership did not agree.”

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