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The plan to lay a tunnel in the fortress of Pawar has been decided, the union finance minister himself will be present for 3 days – mission bjp baramati union minister nirmala sitharaman visiting maharashtra



Pune: It will be necessary to wait until the dawn of 2024 for the Lok Sabha elections in the country. However, the BJP has already ‘targeted’ the ‘Baramati Lok Sabha constituency’. BJP started to implement “Mission” from now on. For this, Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman herself will stay in Baramati Lok Sabha constituency for three days, BJP leader Avinash Mote has said.

The BJP is believed to have signaled to mount a tough challenge in front of MP Supriya Sule on this tour. It was discussed that Prime Minister Narendra Modi himself gave instructions to defeat MP Supriya Sule in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. After that, a meeting of the chief minister with national BJP leaders was held in Baramati Lok Sabha constituency. However, the Baramatikars rejected the BJP candidate. Therefore, efforts by BJP leaders to win Lok Sabha constituency were in vain. However, the BJP enjoyed good success in 2019 in the state as well as the country.

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The BJP has imposed fines to demolish the NCP stronghold in the upcoming 2024 Lok Sabha elections. The three-day visit by Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman coincides with the Lok Sabha elections. Alongside Vidhan Parishad MP Sitharaman, Baramati Lok Sabha Constituency Leader Ram Shinde, BJP District Chairman Ganesh Bhegde will be present during the tour. Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman will interact with activists in Khadakwasla and Bhor on August 16, Indapur, Daundla on August 17 and Baramati and Purandala on August 18. BJP Lok Sabha leader Avinash Mote informed that a separate program had been organized on behalf of the BJP. Still in this context, a review meeting was organized in Baramati on August 9 in the presence of former minister Chandrasekhar Bawankule to prepare for Sitharaman’s visit.

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