Sharad Bansode

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Sharad Bansode (b 1968) is an Indian politician from the Solapur district in Maharashtra state of India. He contested the 2009 Lok Sabah elections on BJP ticket from Solapur.[1][2]

He won the 2014 Lok sabha elections from Solapur (Lok Sabha constituency) as BJP /NDA candidate by around 1,50,000 votes and defeated sitting MP and Union Home Minister Sushil Kumar Shinde by getting 517879 votes against 368205.[3]

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