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All MNS candidates have criminal records, claims ADR report

New Delhi, 11 April-2014(PTI): All Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) candidates have criminal records. According to an analysis by the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR), MNS is the only party in which all candidates have criminal records. Raj Thackeray led MNS is contesting in 14 Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra and 33 per cent of the MNS candidates are facing serious criminal cases.

All MNS candidates have criminal records, claims ADR report

All MNS candidates have criminal records, claims ADR report

Lalu Prasad Yadav led RJD has 60 per cent candidates with criminal records and 30 per cent of its candidates are facing serious criminal cases. Sharad Pawar led NCP has 57 per cent candidates with criminal cases and 39 per cent of its candidates are facing serious criminal cases.

Among the national parties, 34 per cent of the BJP candidates are facing criminal cases and 18 per cent are facing serious cases. Among the Congress candidates 23 per cent are facing criminal cases and 11 per cent are charged with serious criminal cases.

All MNS candidates have criminal records, claims ADR report

Raj Thackeray led MNS is contesting in 14 LS seats in Maharashtra and 33 pc of the MNS candidates are facing serious criminal cases.

40 per cent of the CPM candidates are facing criminal cases and 13 per cent are facing serious cases. Among the CPI candidates 34 per cent are facing criminal cases and 17 per cent are facing serious cases.

Among the AAP candidates 16 per cent are facing criminal cases and 10 per cent are facing serious charges.

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