A day after a roadshow by BJP president JP Nadda, it's the turn of home minister Amit Shah to enter battleground Hyderabad. Shah will campaign in the hig-stakes civic polls in the city. He will first pray at the Bhagyanagar temple that stands abutting the Charminar before conducting a roadshow. The BJP has fielded its top guns in the campaign that has seen shrill rhetoric from its senior leaders and sharp retorts from AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi. Earlier union minister Smriti Irani and BJP youth wing chief Tejaswi Surya also campaigned for the saffron party in the civic polls that have become more about Jinnah, Pakistan and Rohingyas than about roads and sanitation.