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HW Exclusive: Retired Police Association Writes To Uddhav Requesting To Field Former Mumbai Top Cop In LS Polls

The Retired Police Association has requested the nomination of retired Police commissioner Sanjay Pandey for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections. The letter, exclusively accessed by HW News English and addressed to Uddhav Thackeray, stated that amid the election buzz and various political parties naming their candidates, the association seeks Sanjay Pandey’s candidacy from the Mumbai South central constituency in the Shiv Sena (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray) party.

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The letter highlighted the police’s responsibility for maintaining safety and law and order, yet no one represents their interests or raises concerns. Hence, with the 2024 Lok Sabha elections approaching, the association proposed Sanjay Pandey as their representative, and he accepted the offer.
The letter also mentioned that Mr Pandey served in the South Mumbai constituency and was highly regarded by the local populace during his tenure. Therefore, the association believes his nomination would benefit the party due to his popularity.

The association’s president assured the UBT leader that if Sanjay Pandey’s candidacy is confirmed, thousands of retired police personnel would support his campaign by setting up stands in the South Central Mumbai constituency. The letter concluded with an earnest request to Uddhav Thackeray to consider Pandey’s nomination.

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