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Youth Congress leader seeks party nomination

By Our Staff Correspondent

MADIKERI, MARCH 11. The former Vice-President of the Karnataka Pradesh Youth Congress Committee, B.T. Pradeep, on Thursday said he was in the race for the party nomination to contest the coming elections from the Madikeri Assembly segment represented by the Minister of State for Excise, M.M. Nanaiah.

Mr. Pradeep told presspersons here that he had submitted his application to the party High Command seeking nomination to contest for the seat. The Congress had decided to field at least one youth and a woman candidate in every district, which, he said, would work in his favour.

Listing his achievements, Mr. Pradeep said he had responded to the problems of Kodagu in the past and would continue to do so. He would take up issues such as tree rights, coffee crisis, and other problems confronting the people of Kodagu with the Government.

A postgraduate in rural development and a postgraduate diploma holder in public relations, Mr. Pradeep is also a progressive farmer. He is a member of the Academic Council of Mangalore University.

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