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‘Do you need to ask which subject you teach?’, Shinde group candidate Kishor Darade told officials.

Ritul Pandey

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Voting is being held today for the Nashik Division Teachers’ Constituency. There are 13,122 teacher voters in Nashik district. Out of these, 9,673 are men. While 3,449 are women. On the other hand, in the Nashik Teachers’ Constituency, Shinde faction’s Kishor Darade and Ajit Pawar’s Nationalist Party’s Mahendra Bhavsar are in the fray. Has the grand alliance failed? Such discussions are going on, and an important news has come out from the Nashik Teachers’ Constituency. Shinde faction’s candidate Kishor Darade from the Nashik Teachers’ Constituency has become very aggressive. It has been seen that he gave a good speech in front of the polling officers at the Yeola polling booth. Do you need to ask which subject you teach when you have your ID card? Kishor Darade got very angry at the polling officers by asking this question.

Ritul Pandey

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