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Maha civic polls: Several leaders face defeat in own bastions

State Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar's wife Manda was defeated in Partur municipal council president poll

Press Trust of India  |  Mumbai 

Maharashtra civic polls results declared
Maharashtra civic polls results declared

The first phase of polls to 164 Municipal Councils and Nagar Panchayats in Maharashtra saw several leaders from different political parties tasting defeat in their own backyard.

The results of the polls were declared yesterday.



The had to face defeat in Women and Child Welfare Minister Pankaja Munde's Parli municipality where her estranged cousin Dhananjay Munde led the to a clear victory.

State Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar's wife Manda was defeated in Partur municipal council president poll.

could retain only Shirdi municipality in Ahmednagar, the stronghold of Leader of Opposition in state Assembly Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil.

In Rahata municipality, won the president's post while the got majority.

won the Karad municipal council presidentship in the constituency of former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan, while won the Bhokardan municipal council presidentship in state chief Raosaheb Danve's constituency.

In Minister of State for Home Deepak Kesarkar's constituency Sawantwadi, won the municipal president's post but did not get majority, while in Vengurla, the council president's post went to

In leader Chhagan Bhujbal's constituency Yeola, bagged the municipal council president's post while in his son Pankaj's constituency Nandgaon, the Sena won the Nandgaon and Manmad municipalities.

In Islampur, leader Jayant Patil's constituency, the BJP-led local outfit won the municipality president's post.

In leader and Legislative Council deputy chairman Manikrao Thakre's constituency Darwha in Yavatmal district, the Sena came to power and also won the council president's post.

In Khed, the constituency of Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam of Sena, the MNS candidate won the municipal council president's post.

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Maha civic polls: Several leaders face defeat in own bastions

State Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar's wife Manda was defeated in Partur municipal council president poll

State Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar's wife Manda was defeated in Partur municipal council president poll The first phase of polls to 164 Municipal Councils and Nagar Panchayats in Maharashtra saw several leaders from different political parties tasting defeat in their own backyard.

The results of the polls were declared yesterday.

The had to face defeat in Women and Child Welfare Minister Pankaja Munde's Parli municipality where her estranged cousin Dhananjay Munde led the to a clear victory.

State Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar's wife Manda was defeated in Partur municipal council president poll.

could retain only Shirdi municipality in Ahmednagar, the stronghold of Leader of Opposition in state Assembly Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil.

In Rahata municipality, won the president's post while the got majority.

won the Karad municipal council presidentship in the constituency of former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan, while won the Bhokardan municipal council presidentship in state chief Raosaheb Danve's constituency.

In Minister of State for Home Deepak Kesarkar's constituency Sawantwadi, won the municipal president's post but did not get majority, while in Vengurla, the council president's post went to

In leader Chhagan Bhujbal's constituency Yeola, bagged the municipal council president's post while in his son Pankaj's constituency Nandgaon, the Sena won the Nandgaon and Manmad municipalities.

In Islampur, leader Jayant Patil's constituency, the BJP-led local outfit won the municipality president's post.

In leader and Legislative Council deputy chairman Manikrao Thakre's constituency Darwha in Yavatmal district, the Sena came to power and also won the council president's post.

In Khed, the constituency of Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam of Sena, the MNS candidate won the municipal council president's post.
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Maha civic polls: Several leaders face defeat in own bastions

State Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar's wife Manda was defeated in Partur municipal council president poll

The first phase of polls to 164 Municipal Councils and Nagar Panchayats in Maharashtra saw several leaders from different political parties tasting defeat in their own backyard.

The results of the polls were declared yesterday.

The had to face defeat in Women and Child Welfare Minister Pankaja Munde's Parli municipality where her estranged cousin Dhananjay Munde led the to a clear victory.

State Water Supply Minister Babanrao Lonikar's wife Manda was defeated in Partur municipal council president poll.

could retain only Shirdi municipality in Ahmednagar, the stronghold of Leader of Opposition in state Assembly Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil.

In Rahata municipality, won the president's post while the got majority.

won the Karad municipal council presidentship in the constituency of former Maharashtra chief minister Prithviraj Chavan, while won the Bhokardan municipal council presidentship in state chief Raosaheb Danve's constituency.

In Minister of State for Home Deepak Kesarkar's constituency Sawantwadi, won the municipal president's post but did not get majority, while in Vengurla, the council president's post went to

In leader Chhagan Bhujbal's constituency Yeola, bagged the municipal council president's post while in his son Pankaj's constituency Nandgaon, the Sena won the Nandgaon and Manmad municipalities.

In Islampur, leader Jayant Patil's constituency, the BJP-led local outfit won the municipality president's post.

In leader and Legislative Council deputy chairman Manikrao Thakre's constituency Darwha in Yavatmal district, the Sena came to power and also won the council president's post.

In Khed, the constituency of Environment Minister Ramdas Kadam of Sena, the MNS candidate won the municipal council president's post.

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