The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has decided to hand over a house to the family of late Pravin Nettaru, who was a party worker and was killed in a political clash in 2018. The house will be handed over to Nettaru’s family before the upcoming Karnataka assembly polls. The decision was taken by the BJP leadership to honor Nettaru’s sacrifice for the party and to show its commitment to the welfare of its workers.
Pravin Nettaru was a BJP worker from Gadag district in Karnataka. He was killed in a political clash with workers of the Janata Dal (Secular) in 2018. The incident had caused widespread outrage, and the BJP had demanded justice for Nettaru’s family. The party had promised to provide financial assistance and other support to the family. The decision to hand over a house to the family is seen as a fulfillment of that promise.
The BJP’s decision to hand over a house to Pravin Nettaru’s family is significant in many ways. It shows the party’s commitment to its workers and their families, especially those who have made sacrifices for the party. It also sends a message to the people of Karnataka that the BJP is a party that values its workers and is committed to their welfare. The gesture is likely to earn the party goodwill and support from the people, especially in Gadag district, where Nettaru was from. The upcoming elections in Karnataka are crucial for the BJP, and this move is likely to boost the party’s prospects in the state.