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BJP Bolsters Influence in AICC Chief Kharge’s Hometown of Kalaburagi with Nitin Guttedar’s Entry

In a significant development, Nitin Guttedar, a prominent leader from Kalaburagi, joined the BJP, strengthening the party’s position in AICC President Mallikarjun Kharge’s home turf. With his entry, the political dynamics in the Kalaburagi parliamentary constituency have taken an interesting turn.

Guttedar’s move is noteworthy as Mallikarjun Kharge’s son-in-law, Radhakrishna Doddamani, is the Congress candidate from the same seat. Sitting MP Umesh B Jadhav, who defeated Kharge in the 2019 elections, is contesting again from Kalaburagi.

Welcoming Guttedar and his supporters to the party, Karnataka BJP President BY Vijayendra expressed confidence in their impact on the upcoming Lok Sabha elections in Kalaburagi. He emphasized the BJP’s determination to win all 28 seats in Karnataka, including Kalaburagi.

Vijayendra praised Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s leadership, highlighting the implementation of manifesto promises and the growing popularity of the PM. He reiterated the party’s commitment to re-elect Modi, citing his unwavering dedication to serving the nation.

Nitin Guttedar expressed his eagerness to work for BJP’s victory in Kalaburagi and support Prime Minister Modi’s vision. He promised to organize the party effectively in the district and contribute to the overall success of the BJP in Karnataka, aiming for a strong showing in the upcoming elections.


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