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PUNE: It looks like Pune will have three seats

As Satyanarayan Mundada has already crossed 1000 votes, he is safe and confirmed. I understand anyone who has reached to 1000 votes is secured and no one can move him or her. Here Dilip Apte (800 votes) and Sarvesh Joshi (783 Votes) are not far behind. They need 200 hundred each to get into safe elected zones. As Vijaykant Kulkarni (658 votes) is now sure to be eliminated, it can be reasonably assumed that his votes will fill the gap of Dilip Apte and Sarvesh Joshi to reach the 1000 votes safe zone. Majority of vote would go to Sarvesh Joshi, but still Dilip Apte will get something which can give him a reasonable boost. Dilip Apte has an advantage of Mumbai. His Karma Bhoomi is Mumbai, so he will also keep on getting some votes from Mumbai eliminations too. If you see their incremental votes, all of them have been able to received votes from second preference and this trend will continue.  See the table below, they have already secured 100 plus votes and elimination of Vijaykant Kulkarni (658 votes) is still pending.


2nd  Pref
Satyanarayan Mundada
Sarvesh Joshi
Dilip Apte Moreshwar

What is your views Punekars??? Write in comments below


  1. After fielding 5 & half candidates from Pune we were worried whether we will have atleast 2 from Pune. Touchwood hope to see 3 from Pune now.


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