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Ram Naik allages actor Govinda took Underworld Don Dawood Ibrahim`s help to defeat in 2004 polls.Veteran BJP leader and Uttar Pradesh Governor Ram Naik has alleged that Bollywood actor and former MP Govinda took help from underworld don Dawood Ibrahim to defeat him in the 2004 Lok Sabha elections.Naik claimed that the actor was a friend of Dawood as well as builder Hiten Thakur, who aided him in terrorising voters to defeat him in the 2004 Lok Sabha elections in Mumbai North.

Actor Govinda took Dawood`s help to defeat in 2004 polls:BJP Veteran leader Ram Naik 

According to a Times of India report, Naik has levelled the allegations in his memoir Chaireveti, Chaireveti (Keep Moving) written in Marathi. The book was released last week in Mumbai.The former union minister has also said that it was difficult for him to come to terms with his defeat by just 11,000 votes.”I have no hesitation in bringing this on record that Govinda had contacts with dons like Dawood and Hiten Thakur, who later became an MLA. He used their muscle power to poll votes against me and in his favour,” Naik told the daily.

Actor Govinda took Dawood`s help to defeat in 2004 polls:BJP Veteran leader Ram Naik 

Meanwhile, Govinda has denied the allegations and said that it was the people who had ensured his victory. “Does Ram Naik mean that the people of the constituency were sold into the hands of the underworld? Please do not insult anyone by saying such things,” he told the daily.The actor also asked Naik not to damage his image and create hurdles in his film career.
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