Both BJP applicant Dhananjay Mahadik, who was once with the decision party, and Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Pawar are from Kolhapur.
In Maharashtra, the challenge for the 6th Rajya Sabha seat has transformed into a fight between the Shiv Sena’s Sanjay Pawar and Dhananjay Mahadik of the BJP, both of whom are from Kolhapur. The two sides are investigating every possibility to assemble support for their contender to meet the necessity of 42 votes that will get them chosen for the Upper House of Parliament.
The BJP, which has 106 MLAs in the House, has 30 overflow casts a ballot and needs the help of 12 lawmakers from more modest gatherings and Independents to get Mahadik, its third up-and-comer, chose. The Sena is counts on excess votes from its partners Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP). The excess votes of the three gatherings in the decision alliance amount to 31, leaving the Sena actually shy of 11 votes to get Pawar, its subsequent competitor, chose.
A carefully prepared government official
The carefully prepared legislator from Kolhapur, with a gigantic helpful organization in the sugar and dairy area, joined the BJP in September 2019.
In 2004, Mahadik was the Lok Sabha possibility for the Shiv Sena from Kolhapur however lost to the NCP’s Sadashiv Mandalik. After five years he joined the NCP however after the Sharad Pawar-drove party didn’t give him a ticket, he challenged freely and lost. He got back to the NCP once more and in 2014 was the party’s up-and-comer. Regardless of the Modi wave across India, Mahadik won from Kolhapur yet the Sena destroyed him in the parliamentary decisions five years after the fact.
With Sena for quite a long time
A Sena old folk, Sanjay Pawar is a known face in Kolhapur. He joined the party in 1989 and has been with the Thackeray-drove party from that point forward, uniting its presence in provincial regions regardless of confronting an extreme test from conventional powers Congress and NCP. Hosting ascended the get-together positions, he is at present the Sena locale president. In his long political vocation, he has never made it either to the Assembly or Parliament.
The Sena at first considered handling Sambhajiraje Chhatrapati of the illustrious faction of Shivaji-Shahu Maharaj however he would not join the party and communicated his longing to autonomously challenge. After the Sena denied, Sambhajiraje pulled out from the race.