Bengaluru has entered an “electoral-hatrick year” which is a unique situation where for the next three years Bengaluru will witness elections at three levels i.e. Vidhan Sabha in 2018, Lok Sabha in 2019 and BBMP in 2020. Read More ….
As Karnataka gears up for its elections that will be held on the 12th of May 2018, more and more citizens join B.PAC’s “My vote is not for sale” campaign to spread the much needed awareness to the voters and demonstrate active roles in the upcoming elections to make the election process ethical and clean. Read More ….
Every time a state prepares for elections, a great deal of effort goes into campaigning. An integral part of political party campaigning is the use of party manifestos to outline the vision of a political party. Read More ….
An initiative, intended to create awareness among the citizens about the candidates across national parties, state parties and independents, contesting the Karnataka Elections 2018 of their respective constituencies in the city of Bengaluru. Read More ….