Mayoral polls: BBMP removes 5 disqualified MLAs names from voters list


Team Udayavani, Aug 29, 2019, 12:40 PM IST

Bengaluru: In yet another shocker for the disqualified MLAs the BBMP has removed the name of five disqualified MLAs from voters list of the Mayoral polls.

BBMP has removed the name of Byrathi Basavaraj, Munirathna, ST Somashekar, Roshan Baig and Goplaiah. Names of newly-elected MP’s have been included in the list and the updated list has been forwarded to Regional Commissioner.

Mayoral polls are scheduled for next month.

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