Hebbal MLA Katta Subramanya Naidu

Katta Subramanya Naidu, BJP, won the 2008 Assembly elections from Hebbal by a margin of about 5000 votes. Read more about this former Minister, his assets, his involvement and conviction in the multi crore KIADB scam.

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  1. Ramesh Chandra Dutt says:

    Last Saturday when we met wanted to apprise you position taken by Your other co bengaluru MLA’s M/S Narendra Babu, KJGeorge & BNVijaykumar. As an initiative for Solid Waste Management, they have ordered Rs.I.28 lakhs worth Shredders with KJG going for DOUBLE. Invoices has been received by them and are arranging to send the required amount shortly for execution on its supply. If you consider it to be of any value, personally i want Sanjaynagar should not lag behind. Please do let know your intention. If similarly done this will; add one more feather to your already loaded cap. RCDutt

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