Could be my last election: PranabMarch 20th, 2009 - 1:04 am ICT by IANS
Jangipur (West Bengal), Mar 19 (IANS) Striking an emotional cord with his electorate, External Affairs Minister Pranab Mukherjee Thursday hinted that the Lok Sabha polls could be the last hurrah of his long political career.
“I am in the government for a long time. I have been a parliament member for 37-38 years. I have come to seek your support for one more time,” the Congress heavyweight said at a public rally in his Jangipur constituency, 260 km from Kolkata.
“I am growing old. I don’t know whether this will be my last election,” Mukherjee said.
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