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Former Minister Dr.K.C Narayana Gowda meets Advocate Ujjwal Nikam

Published On : 04 May 2024   |  Reported By : Rons Bantwal


MUMBAI, (RBI) May 03: Former Special Prosecutor Advocate Ujjwal Nikam, who is contesting the Mumbai North Central Lok Sabha Elections as a BJP candidate, was visited by former Karnataka Government Minister Dr. KC Narayana Gowda. He congratulated and wished Nikam, who is contesting for the MP for the first time, for his victory by a huge margin of votes.

Congress (I) party candidate in this constituency election Dr. Varsha Gaikwad will be pitted against Nikam. Ujwal Nikam will contest the Lok Sabha elections from Mumbai North Central constituency in place of BJP's incumbent MP Poonam Mahajan.







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