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Kolhapur: After withdrawal of nomination papers on Tuesday, 480 candidates are in the fray for elections in 77 wards of the Kolhapur Municipal Corporation, scheduled for October 31. While the Congress and the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) have failed form an alliance, the Shivsena and the BJP have agreed to a seat-sharing arrangement.
Congress is contesting in 74 wards, while the NCP is contesting in 62 wards. Shivsena is contesting in 52 wards. BJP is contesting in 21 wards.
Shahu Aghadi, a front formed by Vikramsinha Ghatge, is contesting in 24 wards. Jan Surajya Party of the former Minister Vinay Kore is contesting in 15 wards. As many as 235 candidates are contesting as independents.
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