In a democracy, the voter’s verdict is final. Politicians should accept it with humility. Similarly, I humbly accept the verdict of the Narasimharaja assembly constituency voters. The Social Democratic Party of India (SDPI) is not just a political party. It’s a movement. We are a party that always stands for minorities, Dalits, tribals, backward classes, and oppressed people from any section of society. Keeping the same mission in mind, I contested the election this time as I did in 2013 and 2018 with the desire to enter Vidhana Soudha as the voice of the people of this constituency.
But it seems voters have not rewarded my services to the extent I expected. Whatever may be the reason for the result. There will be no hesitation or pause in the struggle and public service of our party and myself. I will make a sincere effort to get your full support next time by continuously engaging with you in your service.
I thank all my dear voters, hoping that Tanveer Sait, who has been re-elected from this constituency, will make sincere efforts for the development of the constituency.