National Development Party (India)

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National Development Party (Kannada: ನೆಷನಲ್ ಡೆವಲಪಮೆಂಟ್ ಪಾರ್ಟಿ, Hindi: नेषनल डेवलपमेन्ट पार्टी) is a political party in Karnataka, India.[1] Moulvi Zameroddin is the president of the party. S.R. Sangakar is the vice-president of the party.[2] NDP launched Zameroddin as its candidate in the Bidar North and Bidar South constituencies in the 2008 Karnataka Assembly election. Zameroddin got 894 votes (0.77%) in Bidar North,[3] and 875 votes (0.9%) in Bidar South.[4]

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