Will ask leadership after polls that why I was denied ticket: Vinod Tawde

04 Oct 2019 05:15 PM

Will ask leadership after polls that why I was denied ticket: Vinod Tawde

Updated 04 Oct 2019 05:15 PM

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Friday released its fourth list of seven candidates for the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly polls, which has senior leaders like Eknath Khadse and cabinet minister Vinod Tawde missing from it. Of the seven names, one of the most prominent candidate is Rohini Khadse, the daughter of senior BJP leader Eknath Khadse. She would be contesting from her father's constituency Muktainagar. Meanwhile, senior leader Vinod Tawde has been replaced by Sunil Rane on Borivali seat.

The list also includes candidates for the Katol, Tumsar, Nashik East, Borivali, Ghatkopar East and Colaba Assembly seats. The party has fielded Charan Singh Thakur for Katol, Pradeep Padole for Tumsar, Rahul Dhikale for Nashik East, Sunil Rane for Borivali. Another leader Rahul Narvekar has replaced Raj Purohit from the Colaba seat. BMC corporate Parag Shah has been replaced Prakash Mehta on Ghatkopar east seat.

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