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Despite win, Supriya Sule stumbles in Daund and Khadakwasla

In a repeat of 2014 voting pattern, the NCP leader got fewer votes than her BJP rival in two of six assembly segments in Baramati Lok Sabha seat.

In Maharashtra, Supriya Sule marks hattrick with an appeal: Baramati my family, let’s work together

Her victory margin, against BJP candidate Kanchan Kul, was almost double that of 2014 Lok Sabha polls, when she had won against Rashtriya Samaj Paksha (RSP) chief Mahadeo Jankar by about 70,000 votes.

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BJP-Sena prove mettle in 'Maha' battle: Gadkari retains Nagpur; Urmila Matondkar trails by 4 lakh votes

In 2014, the NDA had swept the polls, winning 42 out of the 48 seats here. The BJP itself had won 23 seats and the Sena 18. NCP was victorious in four seats whereas Congress could only conquer two.

Ajit Pawar has ‘no doubts’ about EVM functioning; NCP chief and Sule differ

Sharad Pawar said some people did have doubts about the use of EVMs in polling and having such doubts “was not good for democracy". At a separate event in Pune on Tuesday, Sule said the use of ballot papers was more transparent than EVMs.

Maval and Baramati ours: BJP-Sena; NCP says confident of win

Saffron allies say Kanchan Kul will defeat Supriya Sule in a close-contest. NCP hits back, says contest one-sided

‘Sugar belt’ seats go to polls today; Sujay Vikhe-Patil, Supriya Sule in big fights

In Baramati, Sharad Pawar’s home turf, daughter and sitting MP Supriya Sule is seeking re-election in a contest marked by acrimony and intense campaigning by senior state BJP leaders and also BJP president Amit Shah.

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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.

Supriya Sule: ‘I win by 1 vote or 5 lakh... Jo jeeta woh sikandar. BJP eyeing Baramati means I did a good job’

Baramati MP Supriya Sule sees defections from party as erosion of ideology, terms BJP a regressive party and says nothing wrong in Sharad Pawar’s “personal relations” with Modi, lists jobs and agriculture as prime poll issues, and says Cong-NCP will do better this time

Decision 2019: Younger Pawars meet Rahul Gandhi, indicate past rift is well behind the two political families

During Rahul’s short visit to Pune — he arrived from Nagpur on Thursday night and left for Chandrapur on Friday evening — he took time out to meet Congress and NCP leaders separately. The two parties are leading the opposition front in the state.

Pune: We deliver on our promises, says Sule on income scheme

Speaking during an Idea Exchange at The Indian Express office in Pune, Sule, who is the NCP candidate for the Lok Sabha elections from Baramati, said the biggest challenges ahead of the country right now were agrarian crisis and unemployment, and on both these issues, the government had “failed utterly”.

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