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Will remain in politics: Nandan

Will remain in politics: Nandan

India Blooms News Service | 16 May 2014, 07:55 pm
Bangalore, May 16 (IBNS) Congress leader Nandan Nilekani, who lost to BJP's Ananth Kumar from Bangalore South seat in the Lok Sabaha polls, said he will continue to be in politics and serve the people of Bangalore.

"I congratulate Mr. Kumar. I will be in politics,"   Nilekani told media.

"I will continue serving the people of Bangalore," he said.

Trends on Friday showed a NDA government in New Delhi under Narendra Modi is now almost a reality.

Will remain in politics: Nandan

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