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.
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.
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.