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    Published On : Thu, Dec 3rd, 2015

    MLC voters give preference to ‘Maniji’ rather than ‘N-G’ or ‘D-F’

    Nagpur: While the BJP and Congress candidates for ensuing MLC election (on December 27) are running pillar to post to woo voters and ensure their victory, the voters too are in high flight of their self-importance. They are reported to be concerned with ‘Maniji’ rather than ‘N-G’ or ‘D-F’.

    In a simple strategy, the MLC-voters too have come elected in their respective self-governing bodies at heavy cost of expenditure, for even Grampanchayat or Panchayat Samiti elections cost heavily on the pockets of contestant-candidates in the present political scenario, where ideal values are pushed behind. So they would like to recoup the loss they underwent, and this time in the MLC election they are going to give preference to ‘Maniji’ rather than any other consideration, informed sources, adding that the voters will no more rely on assurances of leaders.

    NMC standing committee chairman Ramesh Sringare had said a few days ago that Mayor Pravin Datke, who is also likely to be fielded as BJP candidate in ensuing MLC election, would complete his mayoral term of two-and-a-half years, and he is still left with one-and-a-half years to complete. But he suddenly changed his statement on Wednesday evening and admitted that Datke might contest MLC election, though his name is not yet finalized. Sringare does not belong to ‘N-G’ or ‘D-F’ group, rather he belongs to anti-Youth group in BJP. This group does not believe in promoting young generation in BJP, rather it believes in that the neglected ones of his group should be given chance to rise. This group comprises Soley, Khopde, Kolhe and others.

    Sringare claims that all BJP supporters are with their group, and the BJP candidate would win in this election with 50-60 votes, and in case it does not so happen, he will tender his resignation. He soon realized that he was making overstatement.

    Here emerges a question that the BJP has in all 205 votes,and according to Sringare, it would get around 290 votes. It implies that attempts to obtain voters are on, though the candidature has not been officially announced so far.

    On the other hand, Congress is reported to have obtained the desired support of voters from small parties and independents. It is just awaiting the official announcement of candidature.

    Wherever is Datta Meghe, victory is there
    It is believed that wherever there is Datta Meghe, the victory is there, because he is a man of words. In case he assures any of the two contestants, the assured one is bound to win. Now, as he in BJP, he is morally bound to help the BJP candidate, but the Congress candidate too is his close relative. All eyes are therefore set at his role as to which side he will support.

    Rural voting depends on Kedar and Bawankule
    As maximum voters are in rural areas, just 60%, for which both Kedar and Bawankule will have to respectively play their influential role to generate supportive votes. However, if they happen to enter into some below the table understanding, the BJP candidate may have successful sail, making the election interesting.


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