Madhu Bangarappa likely to join Congress soon

Team Udayavani, Oct 19, 2020, 9:12 AM IST

Bengaluru: JD(S) leader and former chief minister Sarekoppa Bangarappa’s son Madhu Bangarappais likely to join the Congress party soon.

After Madhu Bangarappa lost the Lok Sabha by-election from Shimoga he had remained far from JD(S) party, now, MLC R Prasannakumar has confirmed the development and said that KPCC president D K Shivakumar has given a nod to Madhu Bangarappa joining Congress.

It may be recalled that senior leader of Congress Kagodu Thimmappa had met Madhu several months ago and tried to woo him to the Congress party, however, Madhu Bangarappa had then said that he was not ready.

He had also said that as the son of a former chief minister his surname is his big asset and he would let the party know when he quits.

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