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Pre poll survey suggest Congress victory: Ramanath Rai


Team Udayavani, May 8, 2018, 5:13 PM IST

Mangaluru: District-in-charge minister Ramanath Rai who is contesting from Bantwal constituency in the upcoming assembly polls has urged the electorate not to pay heed to false rumours spread by the BJP.

Addressing media here, Rai said, “The election campaign ahead of polls is going well. Pre-poll surveys suggest a massive win for Congress in coastal districts. We are confident to win a majority. We will seek vote based on our development work in the respective constituencies of the district,”

BJP is spreading false rumours against Congress party. I urge people not to pay heed to these false rumours and check the facts,” Rai said.

The Opposition parties are making baseless allegations that Rai does not need Hindu votes, this is false. People irrespective of religion have shown their support to me and that is why I have won 6 out of 7 times. I started my political career at a very young age. Since then people have supported me and continue to do so,”

KPCC General secretary UB Venkatesh, district Congress president Harish Kumar, Mayor Bhaskar Moily, former district congress president Ibrahim Kodijal and others were present.

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