Pune Bypoll election: Kasbyat Rasane, thugs clash! According to the percentage of voting, who will maintain the fortress of the town?

Pune Bypoll election : Kasba constituency in Pune  (Pune Bypoll Election)BJP candidate Hemant Rasane and Congress candidate Ravindra Dhangekar got to see a good fight. A total of 50.06 percent voting took place in the town. After that there was a discussion in Akhya Pune that who will be the future MLA? Supporters of both the candidates also put up banners declaring their MLA victorious. Rasen’s supporters have congratulated Rasen as the future MLA and Dhangekar’s supporters have announced Dhangekar as the future MLA. But according to the statistics of the division, the victory will be calculated.

East-West two parts of the town

Ward numbers 15, 16, 17, 18, 19 and 29 fall in the town. Kasba Constituency has two parts namely Kasba East and Kasba West. wards 16,17,18,19 come in kasaba east division. Whereas in the western town there are two wards namely 15 and 29. The total voter turnout was 50.06 percent in the town.  In the western part, Ward No. 15 includes Shaniwar Peth, Sadashiv Peth, Narayan Peth and Friday Peth. Ward No. 29 includes Navi Peth, Dattawadi and Dandekar Bridge. Wards 15 and 29 are considered pro-BJP wards. Hence BJP is likely to get more votes in this ward. Apart from the displeasure of the Brahmin community, so far it has been revealed that the citizens of this ward are supporting the BJP. 

Along with that, it is generally said that the Congress is dominant in the wards 16, 17, 18, 19 in Kasba East Division. Congress candidate Ravindra Dhangekar is dominating in this area. He worked in this ward for many years and was also a corporator. So Ravindra Dhangekar can get more votes in this ward. This ward is known as a backward and Muslim-majority area. In this area there is a class that respects Ravindra Dhangekar. Moreover, he has previously worked for MNS in this ward and was promoted by some office bearers of MNS. So they are likely to get more votes in this constituency.

Low turnout compared to 2019

In 2019, there was 51.64 percent voting for Kasba constituency. This time 50.06 percent voting has been done. 4,540 votes less than last year. In Lokmanya Nagar and Navipeth areas, there has been less voting than last year. Looking at all these statistics, it will be important to see who will win in the town. 


Which community has the percentage of votes in Kasba Peth constituency?

– 31.45 percent votes are from OBC. 
-23. 85 percent votes belong to Maratha and Kunbi community. 
– 13 percent votes belong to Brahmin community 
-10.5 percent votes belong to Muslim community. 
– 9. 67 percent votes belong to Scheduled Tribes&nbsp ;
-7.11 percent votes are from Jain and Christian communities. 


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