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Collegium chronicles: Nagendra Naik, who lost his deposit on JD(S) ticket, was recommended by SC collegium for position of judge in Karnataka HC

“Nagendra Naik, who lost his deposit on JD(S) ticket, was recommended by Supreme Court collegium for position of judge in Karnataka High Court”, Opindia, May 15, 2023:

“Advocate Nagendra Naik contested the Karnataka Vidhan Sabha elections on a Janata Dal (Secular) ticket from the Bhatkal constituency. When the results were declared on Saturday (May 13), he received a rude shock.

Naik failed to even get 1% of the votes cast by the electorates. With just 1502 votes to his name, the advocate found himself at a distant third position in the Bhatkal constituency. It was also a reflection of the standing of his party in Karnataka, which has been reduced to only 19 seats in an Assembly of 224.

While speaking about his poor performance to The Indian Express, Naik said, “My campaign started very late and anyway the people voted overwhelmingly for the Congress because they wanted to keep the BJP out….”

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