Conducts road shows at various villages of K.R. Pet Assembly segment
K.R. Pet: Stating that he would work for the upliftment of farmers like his father Chief Minister H.D. Kumaraswamy and grandfather H.D. Deve Gowda, coalition candidate from Mandya Lok Sabha constituency Nikhil Kumaraswamy urged the voters to give him a chance to represent them in the Parliament besides to work for their betterment.
He was addressing a large gathering of people after conducting road shows at Sarangi village in Santhebachahalli hobli, Kaigonahalli, Ranganathapura Cross, Bharathipura Cross Gram Panchayat Centre and villages of Kikkeri hobli in K.R. Pet taluk yesterday.
Stating that the State Government had sanctioned Rs.212 crore for Santhebachahalli Lift Irrigation Project, he said that the government authorities had floated tender for implementation of this work. Water will be released from Hemavathi Reservoir to fill water to lakes of Santhebachhalli hobli under this project.
Nikhil also assured the voters that he would strive hard for the development of the region and ensuring electrification, better roads and other basic facilities. He asked the voters to elect him to the Parliament with a huge margin to upheld the dignity, pride and self respect of the people of Mandya.
Earlier, a rousing welcome was given to Nikhil Kumaraswamy with people showering flower petals on him, conducting bike rallies and taking him in a procession accompanied with folk troupe.
My father is my Star Campaigner: Nikhil said that he would not bring cine stars for campaigning in this election and not misuse the popularity of them. “My father Chief Minister H.D.Kumaraswamy is my star campaigner and my party activists are my soldiers who will take me to victory”, he said.
He also met Congress ZP Member Kodimaranahalli Devaraju at his residence and appealed him with folded hands to canvass for him .
MLAs Dr. K.C. Narayanagowda and C.N. Balakrishna, ZP Agriculture and Industries Standing Committee Chairman H.T. Manju, ZP Vice- President Gayathri Revanna, Taluk JD(S) President Venkataswamygowda and others were present.