MYSORE: After the former Chief Minister B.S. Yeddyurappa, now it is the turn of the former Prime Minister H.D. Deve Gowda to face the wrath of the Election Commission. The district police have seized a car by which Mr. Deve Gowda was travelling in Nanjangud on Monday. Mr. Deve Gowda reached Mysore after participating in a party workers meeting of Chamaraja Assembly segment. When contacted, Superintendent of Police, Mysore district, Rama Subba said that the car by which Mr. Deve Gowda was travelling did not have the valid permission to campaign in Nanjangud.

— Special Correspondent

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