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Venugopal gets home in city

AICC  General Secretary in-charge of party affairs in Karnataka K C Venugopal  is set to make Bengaluru his second home.

Published: 10th October 2017 02:02 AM  |   Last Updated: 10th October 2017 07:24 AM   |  A+A-

Venugopal and 4 AICC secretaries will stay here during their visit to B’luru | Nagaraja Gadekal

By Express News Service

BENGALURU: AICC  General Secretary in-charge of party affairs in Karnataka K C Venugopal  is set to make Bengaluru his second home. The Congress Lok Sabha member  from Alappuzha in Kerala is set to rent a luxury flat in Bengaluru.State  Congress leaders have finalised a 5-bedroom flat in Embassy Habitat Apartment complex in Vasanth Nagar near Mount Carmel college for Venugopal’s stay during his visits to city. Venugopal and 4 AICC  Secretaries who have been appointed as in-charge of 4 revenue divisions in the state would stay here during their visit to Bengaluru. Venugopal  is expected to move in here soon, a senior KPCC functionary told Express. 


The party has already provided an  Innova Christa car for Venugopal and would bear a monthly rent up to  
R90,000. The party had to find a separate accommodation for Venugopal  as he is expected spend more time in the city to oversee party’s poll  preparations and interact more frequently with the Chief Minister and  KPCC President. The apartment has been finalised after considering various factors like proximity to KPCC office on Queen’s  Rad where Venugopal usually chairs most of the party meetings.

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