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Lok Sabha Election 2024 family fight in upcoming poll west bengal maharashtra andhra pradesh haryana

Lok Sabha Election 2024: Political actions have elevated relating to the Lok Sabha elections. Voting for the primary section is to be held on April 19. The method of nomination for voting has ended. In the meantime, at many locations family members are head to head. This time in the elections, political competitors will likely be seen between sister-in-law and brother-sister.

This time there will likely be a political contest between sister-in-law and brother-in-law on Baramati seat of Maharashtra. Right here the Nationalist Congress Get together (NCP-Ajit Pawar camp) has made Sunetra Pawar its candidate for the Lok Sabha elections 2024. Her sister-in-law Supriya Sule is contesting in opposition to Sunetra.

Former husband and spouse will come head to head
This time there will likely be a political fight between the previous husband and spouse on Bishnupur seat of West Bengal. Present BJP MP Soumitra Khan is once more in the fray from this seat. On the similar time, Trinamool Congress has made Soumitra Khan's spouse Sujata Mandal its candidate from this seat.

Political warfare broke out in Chautala family additionally
This Lok Sabha election will see a political contest between the Chautala family. BJP has given ticket to Ranjit Chautala, son of OP Chautala, from Hisar seat in Haryana. Whereas Indian Nationwide Lok Dal (INLD) has made Sunaina Chautala its candidate from Hisar. Ranjit Chautala is Sunaina Chautala's uncle and father-in-law.

There will likely be battle between brother and sister
There may even be a family contest on Kadapa Lok Sabha seat of Andhra Pradesh. Right here Congress has made YS Sharmila its candidate. Sharmila will compete in opposition to her cousin YS Avinash Reddy. Avinash Reddy is contesting the elections on YSR Congress ticket.

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