BJP names Narayan Rane as its candidate from Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg – India TV Hindi

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The BJP has fielded Narayan Rane as its party candidate from the Ratnagiri-Sindh Durg Lok Sabha constituency in Maharashtra. The party on Thursday released its 13th list of Lok Sabha candidates in which the BJP has announced only one candidate (Narayan Rane). This coastal seat is currently represented by Vinayak Rawat, who has been renominated by the Shiv Sena (Uddhav Bala Sahib Thackeray). BJP has never contested from this seat before. Rane’s son Nilesh Rane won the seat in 2009 as a Congress candidate.

Shiv Sena’s Vinay Rawat won the 2019 elections.

Narayan Rane is a minister in the Union government and his Rajya Sabha term ends this month. In the last Lok Sabha elections 2019, Shiv Sena candidate Vinayak Rawat won from Ratnagiri-Sindhdurg Lok Sabha seat, but today he is with Shiv Sena (Uddhav Thackeray faction). In the last Lok Sabha elections, Vinayak Raut defeated Narayan Rane’s son Nilesh Narayan Rane, who contested under the banner of Maharashtra Swabhiman Paksha. The Shiv Sena (Eknath Shinde’s faction) was vying for the Ratnagiri-Sindh Durg Lok Sabha seat on this basis, but the seat eventually went to the BJP in an alliance and the party today announced the fielding of Narayan Rane from here. What did

Know about Narayan Rane.

Narayan Rane started his politics with Shiv Sena and was also the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. Rane joined Congress after Shiv Sena and later formed his own party. However, he did not find much success there and eventually joined the Bharatiya Janata Party. Rane is currently a member of the Rajya Sabha.

Rane was born on 10 April 1952. He started his politics at a very young age with Shiv Sena. He first became the head of the local branch of the Shiv Sena in the Mumbai chamber. He then won the councilor election from Kopargaon. His biggest moment in politics came in 1999 when the then Chief Minister of Maharashtra and Shiv Sena leader Manohar Joshi resigned and Rane was made the Chief Minister of the state. However, Rane could hold the post only from February 1999 to October 1999.

On 3 July 2005, Rane was expelled from the party by the Shiv Sena, after which he joined the Congress. Rane became Maharashtra’s revenue minister in the Congress-led state government. However, even in the Congress, he could not remain calm for long and on 6 December 2008, the party suspended him for making negative comments about the party. Later in February 2009, he tendered an apology to party chief Sonia Gandhi after which his suspension was revoked. However, later he again adopted a rebellious attitude and after leaving the Congress to form his own party, he is now in the BJP.

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