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Pune : Following the death of the late BJP MP Mukta Tilak from Pune, the by-election for Kasba Peth Legislative Assembly has been announced. After that, the vote took place on February 26. In this election, there was a direct fight between Ravindra Dhangekar of the Congress and Hemant Rasane of the BJP of Mahavikas Aghadi. Now it will be clear who will win in that constituency after the vote count on March 2.

The Kasba Peth Assembly by-election was deemed very close. All of Maharashtra is curious to see if Dhangekar will win or if Ras will retain the BJP stronghold. But before the votes were counted, an exit poll came out and in this, Ravindra Dhangekar is seen winning outright.

‘The Strelema’ organization exit poll is out. In this exit poll, it looks like the BJP will get a big hit in Kasba and Ravindra Dhangekar is seen as a big winner here. According to this exit poll, BJP’s Hemant Rasane will get 59,000,351 votes and Ravindra Dhangekar will get 74,000,427 votes. Therefore, it is predicted from this exit poll that Ravindra Dhangekar will win with a majority of 15 thousand and 77 votes in the contest in the city.

Ravindra Dhangekar – 74428 – 54%
Hémant Rasane – 59351 – 43%
Others – 4240 – 3%

Ravindra Dhangekar – 15077 – 11% won

Will Rasne come to the village or will Dhangekar spill the wick? Read these statistics and you will have the answer…
50.06 votes were cast in the Assembly constituency of Kasba Peth. This by-election was led by Mahavikas Aghadi and the BJP with great prestige. Five to seven BJP ministers, including Deputy Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis and Chief Minister Eknath Shinde, were camping in Pune. At the same time, the state president, Chandrasekhar Bawankule, had also been camping in Pune for six days. On the other hand, the great leader of Mahavikas Aghadi also came to Pune to campaign for Ravindra Dhangekar. So will Rabindra Dhangekar win in Kasbaya or will Hemant Raas retain the stronghold of Kasbaya, which has been the stronghold of the BJP for 30 years? Not only Pune, but the whole state was paying attention.

Today, after the exit of the polls of the organization ‘The Strelema’, there is an atmosphere of happiness among the workers of Mahavikas Aghadi. But the real picture will only be clear after the votes are counted on March 2. Speaking to Maharashtra Time Online, Ravindra Dhangekar said on this exit poll, “The Kasba is not the stronghold of any party, but it is the stronghold of the people. No matter how misused the system was, the election was taken into the hands of the people. Ravindra Dhangekar expressed her belief that I will get more votes than this exit poll.