Pune Lok Sabha constituency

Pune Lok Sabha constituency News

cVigil app: ECI received 1,197 poll code violation complaints from Pune district, 93 per cent disposed of

The maximum complaints were about putting up posters, banners or defacement of a public place, officials said. Jadhav said they did not receive a single complaint regarding the distribution of money to entice voters or hate speeches.

Pune: In some centres, rumours of defunct machines hit polling

Polling in Maval and Shirur parliamentary constituencies was largely incident-free, though Rs 48,000 in cash was recovered from a person in Pimpri, said the district election officer.

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Repeat of 2014: Maval, Shirur see 59.5 per cent turnout in Pune

In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Maval had registered 60.54 per cent polling while Shirur had registered 59.77 per cent polling. Pune and Baramati, the other two constituencies in Pune district, went to polls on April 23.

After bitter campaign in high-stakes Lok Sabha battle; it’s over to Pune, Baramati voters

In Baramati, Sule had found herself in the eye of a storm after an audio clip, where she was purportedly heard threatening an NCP leader who had joined the BJP, went viral.

Pune: Vigilant voters keep hawk’s eye on poll code violators, nearly 900 complaints received

At 314, Pune Lok Sabha constituency received the highest number of poll code violation complaints, followed by Baramati, Maval and Shirur.

Before BJP ended suspense over candidate, Pune Lok Sabha seat attracted big names and bigger rumours

The Pune Lok Sabha seat has been in the limelight for almost six months. No other Lok Sabha constituency in Maharashtra has been discussed, and its candidates have remained undecided, for such a long period.

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State registers 61 pc voter turnout in phase II

The increase is similar to that in the ten constituencies of Vidarbha that went to polls on April 10, with an overall increase of over six percent in voter turnout.

Despite SC order, soldiers in city won’t be able to vote

Last date for registration for Lok Sabha elections was March 15

Parties and official candidates on back foot as dissenters raise pitch

Shiv Sena worst hit by rebellion within, NCP and Congress too try to keep members together.

Other parties in a spot over picking the ‘right candidate’

Siting MP Suresh Kalmadi is trying hard to get a ticket for his wife Meera Kalmadi or any other member of his family.

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