Bangalore, Sep 29: Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader and Chief Minister of Gujarat, Narendra Modi has arrived in Karnataka to 'coach' the state party leaders on building and maintaining a political image.
Narendra Modi will be leading a three-day brainstorming session beginning Tuesday, Sep 29.
Yeddyurappa and his 33 ministerial colleagues will be attending the 'baithak' to be held at the temple town of Suttur, 25 km from Mysore.
The ministerial group have been instructed to keep their cellphones switched off while Modi speaks on 'personality development and party image building'.
Pointing out that this is the first Chintan Baithak being help in Karnataka after BJP came to power, BJP president D V Sadannada Gowda said, "Narendra Modi will also be guiding the ministers on aspects of good governance and will tell us what had worked in Gujarat and how it could be replicated in Karnataka."
The opposition has already raised objections to this meet at the Mutt saying that the party was exploiting the place's 'religious sanctity' for political purposes, reports Express Buzz.
This comes just days after the major agitation led by the Opposition in the state leading to arrests of about 100 Congress leaders.