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Maharashtra bypolls Live: 6.5% in town at 9 am, 3.52% voting in Chinchwad, learn moment updates

Voting is being held for the by-election in the town of Pune district of Maharashtra and the Chinchwad seat। Today’s voting will set the assembly and public assembly in 2024.

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Voting for by-elections in Kasba and Chinchwad today

Pune: Maharashtra By-Elections

Voting for the by-election has started in Maharashtra between the machete Siasi Ghamasan in Pune and the Chinchwad assembly seat। The results of the by-elections to be held in both these assembly seats will determine the line of assembly elections and Lok Sabha elections to be held in 2024 next year। By-election results usually determine sympathetic factors or local issues। The result can never be seen as the ideologies of the political parties contesting the election, But the voting on these two seats today has at stake the reputation of Hon.

Learn moment updates

As of 9 am, 6.5% turnout was recorded in Kasba Peth, 3.52% in Chinchwad।

BJP candidate Ashwini Jagatap and NCP Mahavik Aghadi candidate Viththal aka Nana Kata voted in the morning।

BJP candidate Ashwini Jagatap from Chinchavad cast his vote। In a conversation with India TV, the election should have been unopposed but the opposition did not agree।

No truncular combat, no anti incumbency।

BJP government people in the center and state will also live here to me i.e. BJP।

People will vote on the issue of development and corruption।

Laxman Jagatap was earlier in NCP. The region has been developed by Sharad Pawar Ajit Pawar।

People will vote on development work more than sympathy।

There is a direct collision in NCP and BJP here। Rahul Kalate is an independent, we will not suffer any harm from him।

The locals of the deprived Aghari are with us।

Victory will be ours ।

High-voltage campaigning took place throughout the fortnight over the by-elections in Chinchwad and town assembly constituencies in Pune, which saw the participation of top political leaders, Which was clearly aimed at supporting the new power coalition in Maharashtra। In June 2022, when the Eknath Shinde-BJP coalition pulled power from under the feet of the Chukhav Thackeray-led Maharashtra Vikas Aghadi ( MVA ), The high-pitch drama that began since then continues in the state and even in the courts। Both these seats, two by-elections indicate a face-to-face political battle between the two political factions.

Political parties have thrown full force for by-election

With this by-election, both coalitions are not only trying to guess which side the wind is blowing before the body and assembly elections in the state, Rather, he feels that a victory in the by-elections will help decide the story for the 2024 Lok Sabha elections। Union Home Minister Amit Shah appealed to BJP activists and “real” Shiv Sena to ensure that the coalition wins all 48 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra। Shah did not campaign for the by-elections, but visited Pune and neighboring Kolhapur district during the campaign phase।

At the same time, NCP chief Sharad Pawar not only addressed public meetings in both the town and Chinchwad, Rather held separate “dialogue meetings” with groups from different communities and even in closed rooms with players। Some similar strategy was adopted by CM Eknath Shinde। Deputy CM Devendra Fadnavis and Leader of the Opposition Ajit Pawar through the narrow streets of Kasba and Chinchwad, public meetings, Addressed the press conference and also took out a road show lasting more than three hours.

Voting starts in Kasba Peth, Chinchwad

The color of campaigning for the Lok Sabha election was decided by Nana Patole of Congress, Jayant Patil of Rakampa, Aditya Thackeray of UBT, Several ministers participated in the election campaign, in addition to state leaders of all parties, including RPI’s Ramdas Athawale and BJP’s Chandrasekhar Bawankule and Chandrakant Patil, which ended on Friday। Voting is on Sunday। Congress leader Mohan Joshi told reporters on Thursday, “The entire cabinet, including CM and deputy CM, has campaigned for by-elections in Pune। Government machinery has also been grossly misused.”

Ispar BJP immediately retaliated। Fadanavis told reporters in Ahmednagar on Thursday, “Even Rakampa chief Sharad Pawar is campaigning for a by-election in Pune। I don’t think he ever campaigned for a by-election before।” Earlier, Pawar and his nephew Ajit criticized the BJP for attracting party MP Girish Bapat for campaigning despite his poor health। Leaders of both sides are targeting each other to give more importance to these by-elections and also because the winners will have only 18 months term in the assembly.

On Friday, the BJP accused Pawar of appeasing the minority community। She retaliated, saying that BJP has a habit that when victory is not confirmed, it gives communal color to every issue। Major issues in two constituencies – bad roads, poor water supply, redevelopment of old wada and regularization of illegal constructions, It was mentioned in speeches of political leaders – among others.

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