BJP MLC H Vishwanath’s son decides to join Congress


Team Udayavani, Aug 8, 2022, 7:40 PM IST

Mysuru:‎‎ Poorvaj Vishwanath, the son of BJP leader and MLC H. Vishwanath, has decided to join the Congress party.‎

Poorvaj Vishwanath, who participated in a Congress party program at Tagadur village in Nanjangud taluk, said, “I have brought this (joining Congress) to the notice of Siddaramaiah and he has responded positively.”‎

‎”I am joining the Congress to strengthen Siddaramaiah’s hand. I will stand with Siddaramaiah to support him in becoming the next CM. I had also gone to Davanagere for celebrating Siddaramaih’s birthday program,” he added.‎

 

 

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