Udupi: There was no need to expel four of my BJP supporters - Raghupathi Bhat


Daijiworld Media Network - Udupi (JD)

Udupi, May 30: "If I had not contested this election, I would have walked away from the electoral polls. I have a few years more left in me to serve the people. I worked for the victory of BJP candidate Yashpal Suvarna in the last Assembly election," asserted Raghupathi Bhat, independent candidate for the southwest graduate constituency.

"I sacrificed my life, business, and everything for building the party. There is a need for me to contest these elections to represent the issues faced by this region.

"There was no need to expel the four office-bearers who are supporting me. In the 2004 elections, Sudhakar Shetty contested as an independent candidate, and the present MLA Yashpal Suvarna took the lead and worked against me. I never expelled anyone who worked against me. You should build the party and not expel. Two MLAs who voted against the party candidate in Rajya Sabha elections have not been expelled. I will bring back all those expelled office-bearers and will give them proper positions in the party," he said.

Raghupathi Bhat further added, "I will be the voice of Udupi people, especially and the entire southwest graduates' constituency. My political career began in Udupi, and I am receiving immense support from the people. Along with Udupi and Mangaluru, graduates from other parts of the constituency are also extending their immense support to me. The voters have understood that they want me to be a member of the legislative council. The result of my 15-20 years of political career is what I am witnessing today."

The event saw the presence of Shivaram Udupa, Convener Upendra Nayak, Mahesh Thakoor, Roshan Shetty, and Junaid.

 

 

 

  

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  • Raj, Bengaluru

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Simple Math, if you the loose election, your political journey will hit the dead end.

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  • CHARLES SALDANHA, Malad -Malwani

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Does anyone listens to him is the question.He wil be forgotten soon.

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  • Valerian Dsouza, Udupi / Mumbai

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Raghupathi Bhatji, expelling four of your BJP supporters is BJP's call, it's their organization, they run it according to their rules of anti party activities. How to respond is your call.

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  • Rathod, Ahmedabad

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Bhattru says 'I sacrificed my life, (my first wife, unquote ), business, and everything for building the party. Now Bhattru became rusted scrap material can be sold as Gujuri by Gujju Bai!

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  • K Nambiar, Manipal

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Its true that he scarifice everything for the party including his business But Mr Raghupathy Bhat you should remain loyal to the party if you play too much politics then party shall expel you I have no sympathies with Raghupathy Bhat at all.

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  • Sma, Bengaluru

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Madiddo unno maharaya Bhat contends that he supported uniform law But he should not forget that this law was not supported by court judges ..it was 50:50

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  • Jo, Mangalore/London

    Fri, May 31 2024

    BJP doesn't like him then why he is telling I will contest as independent candidate and after winning join BJP.he has to take rest now

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  • Nagaraj, Innanje

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Sure, don't expel them so that you can continue to access all the internal details of the BJP committee through them. By keeping them within the ranks, you maintain an insider perspective on strategic plans, confidential discussions, and potential political moves.

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  • Suraj, Mulki

    Fri, May 31 2024

    Just like Yeddy KJP story, Bhat will rejoin BJP but these 4 will be history forever

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  • Mbeary, Dxb

    Thu, May 30 2024

    As MLA, when u took oath on constitution, u shud have been secular, irrespective of the reason why so called educated people voted for u. But u did hindu muslim issues and troubled the business owners and hijabi school girls. U deserve this

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  • R Bhandarkar, Mangaluru

    Thu, May 30 2024

    All this happens, dialogues come out when One thinks he is above the Party! Even BSY realised this. What is this fellaa?

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  • HENRY MISQUITH, Europe

    Thu, May 30 2024

    When a horse becomes old, they shoot it. This is the policy of BJPee. 😄 😁

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