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Campaigning to gain momentum in Kasaragod

Staff Reporter

KASARAGOD: Electioneering in the district is expected to pick up momentum with Chief Minister V.S. Achuthanandan arriving here to campaign for LDF candidates in the five Assembly segments on Wednesday.

After inaugurating a Communist Party of India (CPI-M) office at Aramanganam in the district in the morning, he would go to the Udma Assembly segment, where he would address a campaign meeting of CPI(M) nominee K Kunhiraman at Mangad.

Mr.Achuthanandan would inaugurate a function to mark ‘Martyrs day' at Cheemeni, which witnessed a revolt by peasants for the cause of the landless labourers in Malabar.

The LDF had launched campaigning a few days ago in the Manjeshwaram, Kasaragod, Udma, Kanhangad and Thrikaripur Assembly segments.

Indian Union Muslim League nominees started their campaigning in Manjeshwaram and Kasaragod even as uncertainty over the final list of UDF nominees continues. The BJP is working hard in Manjeshwaram and Kasaragod, where the saffron party hopes to open account, pinning hopes on K. Surendran and Jayalakshmi N. Bhat. According to reports here, the BJP is planning to bring its Parliamentary party leader Sushma Swaraj to campaign for the party nominees in the two constituencies bordering the BJP-ruled Karnataka.

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