VBA is indirectly helped BJP in Kasba Peth by-elections, alleges NCP MLA
Pune : NpNews24 Online – Pune Kasba Peth Bypoll Election | The Kasba Peth by-election has been made prestigious by the BJP and the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA). The BJP’s reputation is at stake in the Kasba Peth by-election. Serious allegations have been made against the BJP such as how much money has the BJP invested in the bypoll? Some BJP workers were caught distributing money. All important leaders are camping at Kasba Peth. NCP MLA Rohit Pawar alleged that the funds were being used to divide votes. He also made a serious allegation that the Vanchit Bahujan Aaghadi (VBA) indirectly helped the BJP. (Pune Kasba Peth Bypoll Election)
Rohit Pawar interacted with youths in Nashik on Sunday. Through his Maharashtra Vision Forum, he is visiting various cities of Maharashtra and interacting with youths. After the programme, he interacted with the media. He said there were allegations that the BJP used money in the Kasba Peth Pune bypoll. Some BJP workers have been caught distributing money. Pawar said that the funds were used to divide votes.
Rohit Pawar made serious allegations against the VBA. He said VBA indirectly helped the BJP in the Kasba by-election. People know who has implemented development projects.
The timing of government decisions and the elections coincided. While targeting Rahul Kalate, an independent candidate in the Chinchwad election, Pawar said, the question is how many boxes he got? Rohit Pawar expressed the confidence that people voted for development.
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