Big turn in Mumbai North West constituency, only 48 voters won

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Nirman Jhala will be a major turning point in the Mumbai North-West constituency. Shiv Sena Shinde Gatache candidate Ravindra Vykar only 48 votes, Vijay Jhala. Shiv Sena’s Thackeray candidate Amol Kirthikar’s appeal was against Ravindra Vykar. Amol Keerthikar has finally been defeated in a very close contest. Amol Kirtikar would have initially emerged victorious by 681 votes. After this, Ravindra Vaikar demanded a fresh vote. In this, Vaikar comes to Aghadiwar of 75 mata. After that postal matanchi survey Jali. After Kirtiker’s objection, 111 postal votes were re-polled.

There was a close fight between the Shinde faction and the Thackeray faction in the Mumbai North-West constituency. There was a lot of brawling between the two right from the first round. Amol Kirtikar would have declared victory by 681 votes. But on this Vaikar demanded a second vote. Amol Kirthikar would have got 4 lakh 995 votes and Ravindra Vykar would have got 4 lakh 994 votes in the EVM vote. Vaikar would have got one more vote in the EVM. After that 3049 Postal Matanchi Mojani Jhali. In which Amol Kirthikar got 1500 votes and Ravindra Vaykar got 1549 votes. After which Vaikar was declared the winner by 48 votes.

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