Devendra Fadnavis and others will start their procession from RBI square and reach the collectorate by noon, party sources said.
Nagpur: Maharashtra chief minister Devendra Fadnavis will lead the group of BJP candidates from Nagpur city while filing nomination papers for the Assembly elections on Friday.
Mr Fadnavis, along with sitting (total five) MLAs Sudhakar Deshmukh (West-Nagpur), Dr Milind Mane (North-Nagpur), Vikas Kumbhare (Central-Nagpur), Krishna Khopde (East-Nagpur), and former MLA Mohan Mate, who re-enters electoral field (South-Nagpur) after a span of ten years, will file their papers on Friday - the last day of filing nominations.
Mr Fadanvis and others will start their procession from RBI square and reach the collectorate by noon, party sources said.
The suspense over nomination of Nagpur guardian minister, Chandrashekhar Bawankule, continues in the political circles. The final list may include his name, which is likely to be finalised late tonight.
Meanwhile, Congress candidates, former mayor Vikas Thakre (West-Nagpur), Girish Pandav (South-Nagpur), along with former minister Anil Deshmukh of NCP (Katol) also filed their papers today.
Four party rebels, Pramod Manmode of Congress (South-Nagpur), Satish Hole of BJP (South-Nagpur), Ramesh Punekar of Congress (Central) and Manoj Sangole of Congress (North) also filed their papers too.