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Swaraj India tests Karnataka waters, fails to open account

IANS  |  New Delhi 

India, which contested 11 Assembly seats, on Tuesday said while it did not win any seat, its candidates have polled 79,400 votes which was a creditable beginning.

"While we did not win any seat, our finished second fighting against the money and power of the Janata Dal-Secular which is a truly encouraging beginning.

"We congratulate our team for a brave and honest battle against the corrupt political establishment," a party statement said.

said at a time when almost all political parties in the fray dodged the real and pressing issues of the people, India raised relevant issues.

"At a time when unholy attempts were being made to divide and polarise the electorate on lines of caste and religion, India kept itself away from any such divisive agenda.

"We would like to thank the voters of and promise to be a genuine people's voice with and vigour. The battle continues," added.



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First Published: Tue, May 15 2018. 22:02 IST