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Nalin gives clue on competing LS polls


Team Udayavani, Dec 7, 2018, 8:02 AM IST

Puttur: The current MP Nalin Kumar Kateel gave clues at a function in Puttur on Tuesday that that he will be the candidate for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections and that he will win once again.

On the occasion of inauguration of the State Level Swimming competition at Balavana in Puttur, the first speech was given by former MLA Shakuntala Shetty who said that the MP must provide grant for the development of the swimming pool at Balavana. Since my term has completed, the MP must make up his mind.

The MP spoke later and said that his term is only for another 4 months. Shakuntala must wait. I’ll once again win and fulfill the wish, he said.

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