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Former minister Y Nagappa no more


Team Udayavani, Oct 27, 2020, 10:33 AM IST

Davanagere: Former Social Welfare Minister of Karnataka Y Nagappa passed away on Tuesday, October 27. He was 75.

As per sources he was suffering from age-related ailments and breathed his last today.

Nagappa, a doctor, had practiced at Akkialur in Hangal taluk of Haveri District before joining active politics about 30 years ago. He was the Medical officer at Harihar Govt hospital before joining active politics.

He had won the Harihar seat for three terms and in his 2008 run for Congress, he was beaten by B. P. Harish.

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