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Ramanath Rai says district’s elected representatives are inactive


Team Udayavani, Jul 27, 2019, 7:16 PM IST

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Mangaluru: Former Karnataka Minister B Ramanath Rai on Saturday said that the elected representatives of the district have failed to address the problems faced due to spreading of dengue.

Addressing presspersons here he took dig at BJP MLAs, MPs and said, “Dengue is spreading in various parts of the state but the legislators in this part are not working towards fighting dengue but are involved in resort politics to destabilize the government in the state.”

He further speaking about the political crisis in the state governemnt Ramanath Rai said that it saffron party won the trust vote by Horse Trading.

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