Former Karnataka Chief Minister Siddaramaiah, set to file his nomination for Varuna on Wednesday, entered the constituency on Tuesday together with his grandson Davan Rakesh Siddaramaiah, piquing curiosity.
For the primary time, Mr. Siddaramaiah spoke about his 17-year-old grandson’s curiosity in politics. Mr. Davan, who was seen socialising actively with Mr. Siddaramaiah’s supporters on arriving right here from Bengaluru in a particular flight together with his grandfather, is the son of Rakesh Siddaramaiah, who died in 2016 aged 39. Rakesh was seen as Mr. Siddaramaiah’s political inheritor since he was nurturing his father’s constituency.
Mr. Davan is anticipated to hitch his grandfather when he submits his nomination papers for Varuna, which is now represented by Mr. Siddaramaiah’s youthful son Yathindra, who’s a health care provider.
“My grandson continues to be younger and learning in pre-university. He wished to know the way nomination papers are filed and the way campaigning is completed. So, he got here with me. His father [Rakesh] was very desirous about politics however died early,” Mr. Siddaramaiah advised reporters.
It was for the primary time that Mr. Davan, who lives in Bengaluru, was seen publicly with Mr. Siddaramaiah and Dr. Yathindra.