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Shiv Sena MP Anand Adsul confident to repeat his victory in Lok Sabha election from Amravati
Shiv Sena MP and former Union Minister of State is once again trying his luck from Amravati constituency. He is hoping to repeat the history and is very confident to win this election from the constituency. Adsul had won election in 2009.

In spite of Narendra Modi?s wave in the country Anand Adsul will face tough contest in Amravati as NCP?s Navneet Rana who is contesting from Amravati, will pose a serious challenge for Adsul this time.

NCP has dismantled its set structure of party established by Sanjay and Sulbha Khodke to give candidature to former actress Navneet Rana, wife of Badnera MLA Ravi Rana. The party has taken a risk by giving candidature to Navneet Rana in spite of Sanjay Khodke?s opposition, with a hope of incumbency factor against Adsul.

Adsul has vast experience of contesting elections, had taken local Shiv Sena activist this time to work for him and his party.

Amravati parliamentary constituency is reserved for schedule castes category which include Amravati, Badnera, Teosa, Achalpur, Daryapur and Melghat assembly constituencies.

The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance is expecting the benefit of division of votes as NaMo wave in the country. Major towns in the constituency especially Amravati, Teosa and Badnera assembly constituencies would mostly give lead to Adsul this time.

The early phase of election campaigning here got wide publicity to alleged defamation of NCP candidate Navneet Rana on social media and her caste certificate base issues.

Amravati constituency which earlier was congress stronghold has been in the hand of Shiv Sena in recent past.

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