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Bidar: Vijay Sankalp Yatra in District South gets grand welcome

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Bidar: Several leaders of the Janata Dal (Secular) joined the BJP at a public meeting held near Kamathana in Bidar Taluk as part of the BJP’s Vijay Sankalp Yatra.

Former Chief Minister Jagadish Shettar, Minister B. Sriramulu and State Industries and Infrastructure Development Corporation Chairman Dr. Shailendra Beldale welcomed them to the BJP with the party flag.

Among those who joined the BJP are leaders Nagabhushana Kamathana, Ashok Patil Sangolli, Hanumantharaya Mylari Kapalapura, Vaijinath Kadawade Budhera, Basavaraj Gurunathrao Kyasha Kamathana, Veerashetty Chitaguppa Aurad S, Siddu Nagabhushana Kamathana, Mallikarjuna Police Patil Baridabad, Vijaykumar Bhadabade, Shivakumar Madaki, Suryakanta Yakatapure Yadalapura, Shivaraja Kore Budhera, VijayakumarA Sugura, Basavantarao. Sangramappa Bhande Marjapur, Adanala Jagirdar Mirzapur, Anil Houdakhani, Veerashetty Houdakhani, Ashok Biradar, Gundu Houdakhani Kamathana, Prabhu Patil Sangolli and Subhash Metage.

Speaking on the occasion State Industries and Infrastructure Development Corporation Chairman Dr. B. S. Shailendra Beldale said that in Bidar South, people want a new face this time. There is a BJP wave everywhere, he noted.

Minister B. Sriramulu said that the yatra has created more enthusiasm among the workers and people should strengthen Beldale’s hand.

Union Ministers Shobha Karandlaje, Bhagwant Khuba and others were present.

The yatra, which started from Kamathana, passed through Bagadal, Mannaekhkhelli and reached Changalera. The activists welcomed the yatra by performing bike rallies, pooja to the chariot and showering of flowers.

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