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Bangarappa vs Bangarappa in Soraba

April 02, 2004 09:07 IST

The assembly elections in Karnataka will see S Bangarappa's sons fighting against each other.

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The former chief minister had left the Congress and joined the Bharatiya Janata Party some time in early March. His son, former state minister Kumar Bangarappa, had then followed him but returned to the Congress in the last week of March after it turned out that he would not get his father's nod to seek re-election from Soraba constituency in Shimoga district, the family pocket borough.

The Congress has given him a ticket and he will now take on younger brother Madhu Bangarappa who is contesting as a BJP nominee.

S Bangarappa, who is seeking re-election from the Shimoga parliamentary constituency, has launched a diatribe against the Congress for splitting his family.

Their fate would be decided on April 26.


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Sub: Bright future in BJP

Bangarappa Sr., Sir, you have taken a rigth step in right time by joining BJP. BJP is a party with Vajapai's vision, Advani's eminent leadership, ...


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Sub: True color of Congress

Now it must be clear for Kumar Bangarappa, who is trying to divide the Bangarappa family.


Posted by R.Sriram




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