Party sources said PM Modi, BJP's biggest crowd-puller, is likely to kick off a series of rallies in the southern state from May 1.
Though he had address public meetings in the state earlier, he has not hit the campaign trail since the Election Commission announced the assembly election schedule on March 27. The election is scheduled for May 12 and the counting of votes will take place on May 15.
The BJP sources said a final programme of PM Modi's election tour is still being finalised and he is expected to address anywhere between 15-20 rallies.
Opinion polls have so far forecast a close fight between the two parties and the BJP believes that PM Modi's whirlwind campaign in the final days before the polls can tilt the scale in its favour.
Its president Amit Shah has been frequenting the state for months, holding rallies, meeting religious heads, addressing community events and toning up organisational machinery in the run-up to the election.
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