"We already have a majority in the state assembly. Our allies have also shown solid support. I am confident of victory," Tendulkar told reporters here.
Naik, the sitting Rajya Sabha MP whose term expires on July 28, also filed his nomination papers.
"I will approach secular and like-minded legislators to support my candidature," Naik said.
The Rajya Sabha poll is scheduled to be held on July 21.
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