It wants the CM to choose a candidate from the panel for nomination

The Anglo-Indian community has recommended four names to Chief Minister Siddaramaiah for choosing a candidate for nomination to the Legislative Assembly from the Anglo-Indian quota.

As per the constitutional provision, an Anglo-Indian has to be nominated to the Assembly to give political representation to this microscopic minority community that in the State.

The four are: Dunstan Smith (an educationist from Bellary), B.C. Vaz (former principal of St. Joseph’s College of Commerce-Bangalore), Lambert Nunes (Youth Congress leader from Belgaum) and Creswell Weightman (youth leader and social worker).

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