‘Taking rest after knee surgery, Ananth Kumar Hegde not retiring from politics’


Team Udayavani, Mar 8, 2021, 11:02 AM IST

Bengaluru: After days of speculations, the personal secretary of MP Ananth Kumar Hegde put an end to the rumours and said that the BJP leader won’t be retiring from politics
Speculation was rife after Hegde, known for his ‘controversial’ statements and tweets, kept himself away from meeting the people of his constituency over the last couple of weeks. This made a few within the district BJP unit to question his future in the party and politics.
Suresh Shetty, his personal secretary, issued a statement saying the MP was suffering from back and knee pain and has undergone knee surgery.
A post on social media by his followers a couple of days ago said that he might find a place in the Union ministry again. Hegde was Skill Development Minister during the first term of Narendra Modi as PM. However, Hegde himself kept mum.

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