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Tuesday, December 05 2023

Mysuru: ‘Will not contest elections on basis of caste, religion’

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Mysuru: Kodagu – Mysuru MP Pratap Simha said that we will not be going to face the election on basis of caste, creed and religion. We would face the next election on the basis of development work, he added.

Speaking to mediapersons here on Thursday December 1, he said that there are wine shops in some places on the outer ring roads of the City, and in some places there are drunken robbers on the side of the road. A meeting of the  City Corporation officials has been called to discuss the issue as the ring road is being managed by the National Highways Authority of India. Due to the complaints that night traffic was disturbed and also meeting was called, he said.

MP Pratap Simha clarified that more than 3000 electric street  lights have already been installed on the ring road and more lights would be  installed.

He claimed that Narendra Modi Government and Chief Minister Basavaraj Bommai led State Government have done thousands of pro-people works through efficient administration. We will face next election based on this, he asserted.

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