Delimitation puts Cong in a fix over ticket in Kheda
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Congressmen fear that they stand to lose irrespective of who gets the party mandate. "The one who will not get a ticket will have a grudge against the one who gets it. We fear the aggrieved can indulge in anti-party activity. So, there is also a view that neither should be given the ticket," said another party leader.
Mahudha is the smallest constituency in Kheda district in terms of number of voters (1,97, 351). Thakor had won the 2007 elections by around 9,000 votes.
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