Meet your MP Candidates- Bangalore Central Mahadevapura

It is that time of season again when we get to take a Report Card on the performance of our MP candidate and select one from those now standing for election based on who we feel would best represent us in the Lok Sabha.

A total of 34 candidates have filed for nomination for the MP election for Bangalore Central – You can see the list here.

Million Voter Rising team supported by all citizen groups across Mahadevapura, has been working the past three years to create awareness about the issues, and assist all eligible citizens to become registered voters.

We now cordially invite you to meet 3 main MP candidates on April 14th Sunday from 10:30 am – 12:30 pm at SBR Palace, Marathahalli, a central location accessible on ORR to all constituents we hope. There is plenty of parking at the venue. However, car pooling and public transport is always advisable.

Google pin of location here

All Voters from Bangalore Central Welcome. Registration is mandatory. So please register here

Do circulate in your communities.

The Open Forum will be moderated by Urban Expert, Mr. Ravichander.

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