Dharme Gowda chosen as council deputy by JD(S)


Team Udayavani, Dec 19, 2018, 3:16 PM IST

Belgavi: In a surprise development, JD(S) chose to field Dharme Gowda as its candidate for the post of the deputy chairman of legislative council. Everyone believed till the last minute that Srikanthe Gowda would be fielded.

In accordance to the instructions from top leadership, Dharme Gowda filed his nomination for the said post with council secretary, Mahalakshmi. Bhoje Gowda, Srikanthe Gowda and Appaji Gowda as well as Basavaraj Horatti of JD(S) signed as proposers.

Since he is the only person to file the nomination papers, Dharme Gowda’s election would be unanimous and declaration about it is being made on Wednesday, December 19. .

According to some JD(S) sources, that the post of the deputy chairman has been unexpectedly finalized and the party chose a person with an eye on strong financial backing.

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