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With two days to go before the polling to the Legislative Council on Friday, political parties in Bidar continue to claim they will win with a big majority while the others will lose.

BJP leaders Bhagwant Khuba, MP, Raghunath Malkapure, MLC, and others said that the Congress had fizzled out and the Janata Dal (Secular) was missing from the battle field.

They said their nominee Sanjay Kheny would succeed against the opponents Vijay Singh of the Congress and H.P. Subba Reddy of the JD(S).

 Mr. Malkapure reiterated the party’s stand that it was asking the voters to support insiders and shun outsiders. Mr. Reddy, however, countered the claims saying he was very much in the thick of the campaign and would trounce the others. “I may win or lose. But I will continue to work for the development of this backward district,” he said.

Bandeppa Kashempur, former Minister and JD(S) leader, said that the National Democratic Alliance government at the Centre was a failure and the Congress government in the State was a disaster.

BJP spokesman and general secretary Upendra Deshpande said that Mr. Kheny had filed a complaint against Mr. Singh over his name being found in the electoral rolls in two places. Courts had begun a trial in the case, Mr. Deshpande said. However, Khaji Arshed Ali, district Congress committee president, denied the BJP’s claims. “The private petition has been admitted. Trial has not started,” he said.

The police have made preparations for the polls. Superintendent of Police Sudheer Kumar Reddy said that each of the 192 booths would have three constables and a home guard. Sensitive booths would have an officer of the rank of assistant sub-inspector. Each taluk would have 30 striking forces.



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