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BJP national meet: Amit Shah picking Kozhikode for Modi's first post-Uri address is all about 2019 Kerala plan - Dinesh Unnikrishnan, FirstPost
Why did BJP president Amit Shah choose Kozhikode to hold the party's crucial national meet? Kozhikode, unlike Thiruvananthapuram and Kasaragod, isn’t a traditional stronghold of BJP in Kerala. But it is a strategically important district for the party in the Malabar region, where BJP has seen its presence growing steadily, albeit slowly, over the years. The decision to choose Kozhikode as the national-meet venue shows how Kerala is emerging as a potential stronghold in BJP’s larger scheme of things. Shah is setting the tone for the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections by paying more attention to the hitherto ignored state.
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