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'Mirchi girl' Rakhi Sawant wants to spice up LS polls in Mumbai

March 26, 2014 18:56 IST

'Mirchi girl' Rakhi Sawant wants to spice up LS polls in Mumbai

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You just can’t get enough of Rakhi Sawant. The popular item girl and TV personality has now decided to take the political plunge from the crucial Mumbai North-West Lok Sabha constituency -- although there’s one little problem: the Bharatiya Janata Party, the party that she wants to represent, is yet to finalise her name.

But that’s not going to stop the firebrand celebrity, who has made it clear that she will file her nominations as an independent candidate if the BJP doesn’t give her the ticket.

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Image: Rakhi Sawant interacting with mediapersons on her political plans, in Mumbai on Wednesday
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And if that’s not all, the “Rakhi ka Swayamvar”, “Rakhi ka Insaaf” star has decided to launch a new political party with the election symbol of a green chilly.

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The Mumbai North West seat is already witnessing a high-profile contest with Congress veteran Gurudas Kamat pitted against Gajanan Kirtikar of Shiv Sena, Aam Aadmi Party’s Mayank Gandhi and Maharashtra Navnirman Sena’s filmmaker-turned-politician Mahesh Manjrekar.

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The DNA newspaper quoted Rakhi as saying, “BJP had offered me a ticket from Sriramapur in West Bengal. But I did not accept it as I am a Mumbaikar and can speak Marathi and Hindi. I do not know local language of that area so why should I contest from there?", adding, “I am leaving my film industry for people and will give tough competition to other contestants”.


Image: Rakhi Sawant interacting with mediapersons on her political plans, in Mumbai on Wednesday
Photographs: Sahil Salvi

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