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Jun 12, 2019
6:22AM

NCP chief Sharad Pawar to hold district-wise meetings for upcoming Maharashtra Assembly polls

PTI
NCP chief Sharad Pawar will hold district-wise meetings starting 13th June to identify potential candidates for the upcoming Maharashtra Assembly polls. 

The schedule for the three-day marathon meetings was released on Tuesday. 

State NCP president Jayant Patil has informed that senior leaders like Praful Patel, Chhagan Bhujbal and Ajit Pawar will also address the meetings, to be attended by sitting and former MLAs, MPs and state office-bearers. 

The Nationalist Congress Party had won 41 seats in the 2014 Assembly polls. 

This year, it is likely to contest in alliance with Congress on 144 seats out of a total of 288 seats. 

The meetings will focus on identifying and selecting probable candidates for the polls.

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