Six nominations in Nagpur, 3 in Ramtek found invalid in scrutiny
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Last Updated: Monday, March 24, 2014, 23:52
  
Nagpur: Six out of the total 51 nominations filed for Nagpur Lok Sabha seat were found invalid during scrutiny of papers on Monday, official sources said.

With this, there are 45 candidates left in fray for the seat.

Three nominations were rejected in Ramtek parliamentary constituency and 27 others found valid during the process.

"However, nominations filed by all major political party candidates for the April 10 elections are valid," they said.

The filing of nominations had come to an end on March 22. The last day of the nomination withdrawal is March 26, they said.

Former BJP national president Nitin Gadkari, seven-time Congress MP Vilas Muttemwar and AAP leader Anjali Damania, Mohan Gaikwad (BSP) are in the fray for the Nagpur seat.

Former minister Mukul Wasnik, Shiv Sena's Krupal Singh and Pratap Goswamy of AAP, among others, will lock horns in Ramtek constituency.

PTI

First Published: Monday, March 24, 2014, 23:52


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