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K’taka bypolls: Sure of winning both the seats, says BSY


Team Udayavani, Oct 18, 2020, 4:18 PM IST

Shimoga: Chief minister BS Yediyurappa on Sunday, October 18 said that he is confident that BJP will win both RR Nagar and Shera seats in the coming by-polls.

Addressing a presspersons Yediyurappa said that his son Vijayenfra is in Shira campaigning for the coming by-polls.

“Malnad region has received a good amount of rainfall and we are expecting a good harvest this year, however, crops have been destroyed in Uttara Karnataka region,” said BSY.

He further added, “All the flood victims will receive compensation from the government, prime minister Narendra Modi too has promised to assist the state and help us overcome flood havoc.”

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