Police have made elaborate security arrangements to ensure no untoward incident takes place during the congregation at the victory pillar, an official said.
Although VBA failed to open its account, the party got nearly 4.6 per cent vote share in the state.
In 2014, all others except the big four in Maharashtra politics, the BJP, Shiv Sena, NCP and the Congress, had got a vote share of mere 15%. The vote share has gone up to 22 now.
A look at the vote tally shows that the Prakash Ambedkar’s Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi has spoiled Congress-NCP chances on at least 10 seats.
Hitting out at the BJP-led government, Ambedkar alleged that it was following the "same corrupt practices of the previous government".
The VBA, a coalition of various social groups, has already expressed its intention to contest all the 288 seats in Maharashtra, which will vote on October 21.
Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi leader Gopichand Padalkar and Congress MLA Kashiram Pawara also joined the saffron party.
Notably, the list mentioned each candidate's caste or community.
Ambedkar said VBA would contest all the 288 seats in the state, adding that names of candidates, as well as alliance partners, would be declared before September 26.
The former state deputy chief minister said out of the total eight Assembly seats in Pune city, the NCP will contest four and the Congress-three.
On whether post-alliance split, the Dalit-Muslim combine has broken, Imtiaz Jaleel said it is a totally wrong notion that the Dalit vote is only with the Dalit parties.
Reacting to the development, Ambedkar said that he considers the alliance to be intact as he had always dealt with the party’s central leadership and hasn’t received any communication in this regard.
The AIMIM-VBA alliance had done well in the April-May Lok Sabha polls in terms of votes received, though Jaleel was the only contestant who managed to win his seat.
State president of the AIMIM, Imtiyaz Jaleel, said though their strength is being undermined by the VBA, they have decided to wait for some time before taking a final call about the alliance.