Will not contest future elections: BVA chief Hitendra Thakur

While talking to the media, Thakur clarified that he will not quit politics and will continue to work for the people. The BVA chief is contesting 2019 Maharashtra assembly elections from Vasai and is the sitting MLA from the same seat

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Bahujan Vikas Aghadi (BVA) chief Hitendra Thakur on Tuesday declared that he will not contest the future elections. This comes a day after the voting concluded for the assembly elections in Maharashtra.

While talking to the media, Thakur clarified that he will not quit politics and will continue to work for the people. Thakur is contesting 2019 Maharashtra assembly elections from Vasai and is the sitting MLA from the same seat.

Thakur further said that he is confident about winning the assembly polls from Vasai by a margin of nearly 50,000 votes and will now focus on changing the “false perception” which is being created by the opposition regarding Vasai-Virar belt. 

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Kshitij Thakur, son of Hitendra Thakur, is contesting assembly polls from Nalasopara constituency against former ‘Encounter specialist’ and Shiv Sena candidate Pradeep Sharma. 

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