2014 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election

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2014 Maharashtra Assembly election

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All 288 seats to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
145 seats needed for a majority
Opinion polls
Turnout63.38% (Increase3.70%)
  Majority party Minority party Third party
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Leader Devendra Fadnavis[3] Eknath Shinde Prithviraj Chavan (Won)[1]
Party BJP SHS INC
Leader's seat Nagpur South West (Won)[4] Kopri-Pachpakhadi(Won) Karad South(Won) [2]
Last election 46 seats 45 seats 82 seats
Seats won 122 63 42
Seat change Increase76 Increase18 Decrease40
Popular vote 14,709,276 10,235,970 9,496,095
Percentage 27.81% 19.45% 17.95%
Swing Increase13.79 Increase3.19 Decrease3.06

  Fourth party Fifth party Sixth party
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Leader Ajit Pawar[5] Raj Thackeray Imtiyaz Jaleel
Party NCP MNS AIMIM
Leader's seat Baramati[6] Did Not Contest Aurangabad Central (won)
Last election 62 seats 13 0
Seats won 41 1 2
Seat change Decrease21 Decrease12 Increase2
Popular vote 9,122,285 1,665,033 489,614
Percentage 17.24% 3.17% 0.93%
Swing Increase0.87 Decrease2.54 Increase0.92

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Results of 2014 Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Elections

Chief Minister before election

Prithviraj Chavan
INC

Elected Chief Minister

Devendra Fadnavis[3]
BJP

The Indian state of Maharashtra has a bicameral legislature, comprising two houses. The lower house, known as the Legislative Assembly ("Vidhan Sabha" in Marathi), is directly elected by the people and is the more powerful of the two houses. The upper house, known as the Legislative Council ("Vidhan Parishad" in Marathi) is elected indirectly by several specially designated electorates.

The Legislative Assembly has a tenure of five years, at most, and it may be dissolved before time in case the government falls for lack of majority, and nobody else can cobble up a majority. The Assembly has a strength of 288 seats, each seat being a geographical constituency. This page is devoted to the assembly elections which were held in 2014.

Timeline

The term of the Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra was due to expire on 8 November 2014. By virtue of its powers, duties and functions under Article 324 read with Article 172(1) of the Constitution of India and Section 15 of Representation of the People Act, 1951, the Election Commission of India is required to hold elections to constitute the new Legislative Assembly in the State of Maharashtra during a window of time which is: between six months before and six months after the date of expiry. Elections are almost invariably held before the expiry of the term, rather than afterwards.

The Model Code of Conduct comes into effect the day that the election commission announces the schedule of elections. This happened on 12 September 2014. The required Gazette Notification was issued on 20 September 2014. The legislative assembly election was held on 15 October 2014, in a single phase, to select the 288 members of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in India. The result was announced on 19 October,[7] with the BJP getting a plurality. The term of the current 13th Legislative Assembly is to end on November 9, 2019, as the first meeting of the new house was held on November 10, 2014.

Background

Following the 2009 Maharashtra State Assembly election, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)—Indian National Congress (INC) alliance won a majority and formed the government.

Alliances

Following the NCP-INC alliance's performance in the 2014 Indian general election, the NCP demanded 144 seats to contest and a rotation of the Chief Minister's post between parties. Both parties held negotiations but failed to reach a conclusion. The INC declared its list of candidates for 118 seats on 25 September without consulting the NCP. Thus, the NCP unilaterally severed its 15-year-old alliance with the INC. The INC later reached out to the Samajwadi Party (SP) to form an alliance.[8][9]

The Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) were alliance partners for 25-years - including several smaller parties, such as Republican Party of India (Athavale), Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatna, Rashtriya Samaj Paksha,[citation needed] were also a part. After the general election, the BJP demanded additional seats to contest; initially they requested 144 seats but later reduced their demand to 130 seats. The Shiv Sena offered 119 seats to the BJP and 18 seats to four other allies, keeping 151 to contest itself. After several rounds of negotiations, the parties did not reach a conclusion. Thus the Shiv Sena - BJP alliance ended on the 25 September as well.[9][10]

Parties

Campaign

Indian National Congress

The incumbent Indian National Congress started its campaign on 1 September at Hutatma Chowk, Mumbai. Prithviraj Chavan, the incumbent Chief Minister led the campaign with Narayan Rane heading the Campaign Committee. The party's advertising campaign began on 20 September.[11][12]

Nationalist Congress Party

The Nationalist Congress Party began its campaign in Kolhapur on 16 September with national party President Sharad Pawar, Deputy Chief Minister Ajit Pawar, Maharashtra party President Sunil Tatkare and MP from Kolhapur Dhananjay Mahadik attending the rally.[13]

Bharatiya Janata Party

Prime Minister Narendra Modi spoke in South Mumbai's Mahalaxmi Racecourse after his return from the U.S. for the sixty-ninth session of the United Nations General Assembly.

Shiv Sena

Shiv Sena started its campaign at Mahalaxmi Racecourse in Mumbai on 27 September, where party leader Uddhav Thackeray addressed its supporters.[14]

Election

A total of 3255 candidates contested the election.voter turnout was 64%.[15] Voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) along with EVMs was used in 13 constituencies:[16] Wardha, Amravati (2 pockets),[17] Yavatmal, Chandrapur, Nashik (3 pockets), Aurangabad (3 pockets) and Ahmednagar (2 pockets).[18][19][20][21][22][23][16][24]

Surveys and polls

Exit polls

Publish Date Source Polling Organisation
BJP+ Shivsena INC NCP MNS Others
15 October 2014 [25] News 24Chanakya 151 ± 9 71 ± 9 27 ± 5 28 ± 5 11 ± 5
[26] Times Now 129 56 43 36 12 12
[26] ABP NewsNielsen 127 77 40 34 5 5
[26] India TVCVoter 124-134 51-61 38-48 31-41 9-15 9-15

Results

122 63 42 41
BJP SHS INC NCP

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Detailed Results

Parties and Coalitions Popular vote Seats
Vote % +/- Contested Won +/-
Bharatiya Janata Party
122 / 288 (42%)
14,709,276 27.81 Increase13.79 260 122 Increase76
Shiv Sena
63 / 288 (22%)
10,235,970 19.35 Increase3.09 282 63 Increase18
Indian National Congress
42 / 288 (15%)
9,496,095 17.95 Decrease3.06 287 42 Decrease40
Nationalist Congress Party
41 / 288 (14%)
9,122,285 17.24 Increase0.87 278 41 Decrease21
Peasants and Workers Party of India
3 / 288 (1%)
533,309 1.01 Decrease0.1 51 3 Decrease1
Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi
3 / 288 (1%)
329,457 0.62 Increase0.16 36 3 Increase1
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen
2 / 288 (0.7%)
489,614 0.93 Increase0.91 24 2 Increase2
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena
1 / 288 (0.3%)
1,665,033 3.15 Decrease2.56 219 1 Decrease12
Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh
1 / 288 (0.3%)
472,925 0.89 Increase0.06 70 1 Steady
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha
1 / 288 (0.3%)
256,662 0.49 Increase0.08 6 1 Steady
Communist Party of India (Marxist)
1 / 288 (0.3%)
207,933 0.39 Decrease0.21 20 1 Steady
Samajwadi Party
1 / 288 (0.3%)
92,304 0.17 Decrease0.57 22 1 Decrease3
Bahujan Samaj Party 1,191,846 2.25 Decrease0.10 280 0 Steady
Swabhimani Paksha 348,906 0.66 Decrease0.12 11 0 Decrease3
Jan Surajya Shakti 154,827 0.29 Decrease0.98 8 0 Decrease2
Independents
7 / 288 (2%)
2,493,152 4.71 Decrease10.79 1699 7 Decrease17
None of the above 483,459 0.91 288
Total 52,901,326 100.00 288 100.00 ±0
Valid votes 52,901,326 99.93
Invalid votes 35,714 0.07
Votes cast / turnout 52,937,040 63.38
Abstentions 30,591,270 36.62
Registered voters 83,528,310

Region-wise break up

Region Total seats Bharatiya Janata Party Shiv Sena Indian National Congress Nationalist Congress Party Others
Votes Won Seats Won Votes Won Seats Won Votes Won Seats Won Votes Won Seats Won
Western Maharashtra 70 21,37,749 24 Increase 15 10,84,579 13 Increase 03 6,50,468 10 Decrease 05 19,59,561 19 Decrease 06 04
Vidarbha 62 32,37,918 44 Increase 23 3,19,652 04 Steady 6,65,315 10 Decrease 02 94,152 01 Decrease 10 03
Marathwada 46 13,16,352 15 Increase 09 6,54,971 11 Increase 08 6,60,089 09 Decrease 08 3,76,598 08 Decrease 05 03
Thane+Konkan 39 6,94,146 10 Increase 06 8,33,138 14 Decrease 01 74,715 01 Decrease 04 5,07,033 08 Increase 02 02
Mumbai 36 11,07,422 15 Increase 10 7,26,067 14 Increase 03 2,55,161 05 Decrease 01 00 00 Decrease 03 06
North Maharashtra 35 11,75,399 14 Increase 13 5,39,777 07 Increase 05 5,25,500 07 Decrease 20 3,74,424 05 Increase 01 02
Total[27] 288 96,68,986 122 Increase 76 41,58,184 63 Increase 18 28,31,248 42 Decrease 40 33,11,768 41 Decrease 21 20
Party Western Maharashtra Vidarbha Marathwada Thane+Konkan Mumbai North Maharashtra
Bharatiya Janata Party
24 / 70 (34%)
Increase 15
44 / 62 (71%)
Increase 23
15 / 46 (33%)
Increase 09
10 / 39 (26%)
Increase 06
15 / 36 (42%)
Increase 10
14 / 35 (40%)
Increase 13
Shiv Sena
13 / 70 (19%)
Increase 03
4 / 62 (6%)
Steady
11 / 46 (24%)
Increase 08
14 / 39 (36%)
Decrease 01
14 / 36 (39%)
Increase 03
7 / 35 (20%)
Increase 05
Indian National Congress
10 / 70 (14%)
Decrease 05
10 / 62 (16%)
Decrease 02
9 / 46 (20%)
Decrease 08
1 / 39 (3%)
Decrease 04
5 / 36 (14%)
Decrease 01
7 / 35 (20%)
Decrease 20
Nationalist Congress Party
19 / 70 (27%)
Decrease 06
1 / 62 (2%)
Decrease 11
8 / 46 (17%)
Decrease 05
8 / 39 (21%)
Increase 02
0 / 36 (0%)
Decrease 03
5 / 35 (14%)
Increase 01
Others
4 / 70 (6%)
Decrease 7
3 / 70 (4%)
Decrease 11
3 / 46 (7%)
Decrease 4
6 / 39 (15%)
Increase 3
2 / 36 (6%)
Decrease 9
2 / 35 (6%)
Increase 1

Vidhan Sabha Results

  Bharatiya Janata Party (42%)
  Shiv Sena (21%)
  Indian National Congress (14%)
  Nationalist Congress Party (13%)
  Others/Independents (10%)
Alliance-wise Results
Region Total Seats National Democratic Alliance United Progressive Alliance Others
Western Maharashtra 70 Increase 18
37 / 70 (53%)
Decrease 11
29 / 70 (41%)
Decrease 7
4 / 70 (6%)
Vidarbha 62 Increase 23
48 / 62 (77%)
Decrease 13
11 / 62 (18%)
Decrease 11
3 / 70 (4%)
Marathwada 46 Increase 17
26 / 46 (57%)
Decrease 13
17 / 46 (37%)
Decrease 4
3 / 46 (7%)
Thane +Konkan 39 Increase 5
24 / 39 (62%)
Decrease 2
9 / 39 (23%)
Increase 3
6 / 39 (15%)
Mumbai 36 Increase 13
29 / 36 (81%)
Decrease 4
5 / 36 (14%)
Decrease 9
2 / 36 (6%)
North Maharashtra 35 Increase 18
21 / 35 (60%)
Decrease 19
12 / 35 (34%)
Increase 1
2 / 35 (6%)
Total Increase 94
185 / 288 (64%)
Decrease 61
83 / 288 (29%)
Decrease 13
20 / 288 (7%)

Division-wise results

Division Name Seats BJP SHS INC NCP Others
Amravati division 30 18 Increase 13 03 Decrease 02 05 Decrease 07 01 Decrease 02 03
Aurangabad division 46 15 Increase 13 11 Increase 04 09 Decrease 09 08 Decrease 03 03
Konkan division 75 25 Increase 16 28 Increase 15 06 Decrease 13 08 Decrease 03 08
Nagpur division 32 26 Increase 13 01 Decrease 02 05 Decrease 07 00 Decrease 02 00
Nashik division 47 19 Increase 14 08 Steady 10 Decrease 03 08 Decrease 05 02
Pune division 58 19 Increase 10 12 Increase 06 07 Decrease 04 16 Decrease 05 04
Total Seats 288 122 Increase 76 63 Increase 18 42 Decrease 40 41 Decrease 21 20

District-wise reults

Name of Division District Seats BJP Shiv Sena INC NCP Others
Votes Seats Won Votes Seats Won Votes Seats Won Votes Seats Won
Amravati Division Akola 5 2,44,924 4 Increase 2 - 0 Decrease 1 - 0 Steady - 0 Steady 1
Amravati 8 2,76,870 4 Increase 4 - 0 Decrease 1 1,29,687 2 Decrease 2 - 0 Steady 2
Buldhana 7 1,35,707 3 Increase 1 1,44,559 2 Steady 1,08,566 2 Steady - 0 Decrease 1 0
Yavatmal 7 3,76,648 5 Increase 5 1,21,216 1 Steady - 0 Decrease 5 94,152 1 Steady 0
Washim 3 92,947 2 Increase 1 - 0 Steady 70,939 1 Steady - 0 Decrease 1 0
Total Seats 30 11,27,096 18 Increase 13 2,65,775 3 Decrease 2 3,09,192 5 Decrease 7 94,152 1 Decrease 2 3
Aurangabad Division Aurangabad 9 1,93,305 3 Increase 3 190815 3 Increase 1 96,038 1 Decrease 2 53,114 1 Steady 1
Beed 6 5,73,534 5 Increase 4 - 0 Steady - 0 Steady 77,134 1 Decrease 4 0
Jalna 5 1,90,094 3 Increase 3 45,078 1 Steady - 0 Decrease 1 98,030 1 Decrease 1 0
Osmanabad 4 - 0 Steady 65,178 1 Decrease 1 70,701 1 Steady 1,67,017 2 Increase 1 0
Nanded 9 1,18,781 1 Increase 1 2,83,643 4 Increase 4 2,12,157 3 Decrease 3 60,127 1 Decrease 1 0
Latur 6 1,43,503 2 Increase 1 - 0 Steady 2,20,553 3 Decrease 1 - 0 Steady 1
Parbhani 4 - 0 Steady 71,584 1 Decrease 1 - 0 Decrease 4 1,65,327 2 Increase 2 1
Hingoli 3 97,045 1 Increase 1 63,851 1 Increase 1 67,104 1 Decrease 1 - 0 Steady 0
Total Seats 46 13,16,262 15 Increase 13 7,20,149 11 Increase 4 6,66,553 9 Decrease 9 6,20,749 8 Decrease 3 3
Konkan Division Mumbai City 10 1,91,295 3 Increase 2 1,79,378 3 Increase 3 1,25,446 3 Decrease 3 - 0 Decrease 1 1
Mumbai Suburban 26 9,16,127 12 Increase 8 5,46,689 11 Increase 7 1,29,715 2 Decrease 9 - 0 Decrease 2 1
Thane 18 4,83,954 7 Increase 3 3,90,620 6 Increase 1 0 0 Decrease 1 2,63,550 4 Decrease 2 1
Palghar 6 85,050 2 Increase 2 46,142 1 Increase 1 0 0 Decrease 1 - 0 Steady 3
Raigad 7 1,25,142 1 Increase 1 1,50,539 2 Increase 1 0 0 Decrease 1 1,18,051 2 Steady 2
Ratnagiri 5 - 0 Steady 2,45,837 3 Steady 0 0 Decrease 1 1,25,432 2 Increase 2 0
Sindhudurg 3 - 0 Steady 1,41,484 2 Increase 2 74,715 1 Steady - 0 Steady 0
Total Seats 75 18,01,568 25 Increase 16 17,00,689 28 Increase 15 3,29,876 6 Decrease 13 5,07,033 8 Decrease 3 8
Nagpur Division Bhandara 3 2,38,262 3 Increase 1 - - Decrease 1 - 0 Decrease 1 - 0 Decrease 1 0
Chandrapur 6 3,38,801 4 Increase 1 53,877 1 Increase 1 70,373 1 Decrease 5 - 0 Steady 0
Gadchiroli 3 1,87,016 3 Increase 3 - - Steady - 0 Decrease 2 - 0 Steady 0
Gondia 4 1,81,151 3 Increase 1 - - Steady 62,701 1 Decrease 1 - 0 Steady 0
Nagpur 12 9,70,186 11 Increase 4 - - Decrease 1 84,630 1 Decrease 2 - 0 Decrease 1 0
Wardha 4 1,36,172 2 Increase 1 - - Decrease 1 1,38,419 2 Decrease 2 - 0 Steady 0
Total Seats 32 20,51,588 26 Increase 13 53,877 1 Decrease 2 3,56,123 5 Decrease 7 0 0 Decrease 2 0
Nashik Division Dhule 5 1,50,574 2 Increase 1 2,91,968 0 Decrease 1 0 3 Increase 1 0 0 Steady 0
Jalgaon 11 6,02,017 6 Increase 4 2,25,716 3 Increase 1 0 0 Steady 55,656 1 Decrease 4 1
Nandurbar 4 1,59,884 2 Increase 2 0 0 Steady 1,58,206 2 Steady 0 0 Decrease 1 0
Nashik 15 2,62,924 4 Increase 3 3,14,061 4 Steady 1,24,454 2 Decrease 1 3,18,768 4 Increase 1 1
Ahmednagar 12 4,94,530 5 Increase 3 73,263 1 Increase 2 2,82,141 3 Steady 2,16,355 3 Decrease 1 0
Total Seats 47 16,69,929 19 Increase 14 9,05,008 8 Steady 5,64,801 10 Decrease 3 5,90,779 8 Decrease 5 2
Pune Division Kolhapur 10 1,99,703 2 Increase 1 5,44,817 6 Increase 3 0 0 Decrease 2 1,75,225 2 Decrease 1 0
Pune 21 9,54,022 11 Increase 8 2,36,642 3 Steady 78,602 1 Decrease 3 3,79,223 3 Decrease 4 3
Sangli 8 3,32,540 4 Increase 4 72,849 1 Increase 1 1,12,523 1 Decrease 1 2,21,355 2 Steady 0
Satara 8 0 0 Steady 1,04,419 1 Increase 1 1,52,539 2 Increase 1 4,65,629 5 Steady 0
Solapur 11 1,56,954 2 Increase 2 60,674 1 Increase 1 2,36,103 3 Increase 1 3,34,757 4 Steady 1
Total Seats 58 16,43,219 19 Increase 10 10,19,401 12 Increase 6 5,79,767 7 Decrease 4 15,76,189 16 Decrease 5 4
288 96,08,662 122 Increase 76 46,64,899 63 Increase 18 28,06,312 42 Decrease 40 33,88,902 41 Decrease 21 20

Results by constituency

Results
Assembly Constituency Winner Runner Up Margin
# Name Candidate Party Votes Candidate Party Votes
Nandurbar District
1 Akkalkuwa K. C. Padavi INC 64410 Paradake Vijaysing Rupsing NCP 48635 15775
2 Shahada Udesingh Kocharu Padvi BJP 58556 Padmakar Vijaysing Valvi INC 57837 719
3 Nandurbar Vijaykumar Krishnarao Gavit BJP 101328 Kunal Vasave INC 74210 27118
4 Navapur Surupsingh Hirya Naik INC 93796 Sharad Gavit NCP 71979 21817
Dhule District
5 Sakri Dhanaji Sitaram Ahire INC 74760 Manjula Gavit BJP 71437 3323
6 Dhule Rural Kunal Rohidas Patil INC 119094 Manohar Bhadane BJP 73012 46082
7 Dhule City Anil Anna Gote BJP 57780 Rajwardhan Kadambande NCP 44852 12928
8 Sindkheda Jayakumar Jitendrasinh Rawal BJP 92794 Sandeep Tryambakrao Bedse NCP 50636 42158
9 Shirpur Kashiram Vechan Pawara INC 98114 Jitendra Thakur BJP 72913 25201
Jalgaon District
10 Chopda Chandrakant Baliram Sonawane SS 54176 Madhuri Patil NCP 42241 11935
11 Raver Haribhau Jawale BJP 65962 Shirish Chaudhari INC 55962 10000
12 Bhusawal Sanjay Waman Sawakare BJP 87818 Rajesh Zalte NCP 53181 34637
13 Jalgaon City Suresh Damu Bhole BJP 88363 Suresh Jain SS 46049 42314
14 Jalgaon Rural Gulab Raghunath Patil SS 84020 Gulabrao Baburao Deokar NCP 52653 31367
15 Amalner Shirish Hiralal Chaudhari Ind 68149 Anil Bhaidas Patil BJP 46910 21239
16 Erandol Satish Bhaskarrao Patil NCP 55656 Chimanrao Patil SS 53673 1983
17 Chalisgaon Unmesh Bhaiyyasaheb Patil BJP 94754 Rajiv Anil Deshmukh NCP 72374 22380
18 Pachora Kishor Appa Patil SS 87520 Dilip Wagh NCP 59117 28403
19 Jamner Girish Mahajan BJP 103498 Digambar Keshav Patil NCP 67730 35768
20 Muktainagar Eknath Khadse BJP 85657 Chandrakant Nimba Patil SS 75949 9708
21 Malkapur Chainsukh Madanlal Sancheti BJP 75965 Arvind Kolte INC 49019 26946
Buldhana District
22 Buldhana Harshwardhan Vasantrao Sapkal INC 46985 Sanjay Gaikwad MNS 35324 11661
23 Chikhli Rahul Siddhvinayak Bondre INC 61581 Suresh Khabutare BJP 47520 14061
24 Sindkhed Raja Shashikant Narsingrao Khedekar SS 64203 Ganesh Baburao Mante BJP 45349 18854
25 Mehkar Sanjay Bhashkar Raimulkar SS 80356 Laxmanrao Januji Ghumare INC 44421 35935
26 Khamgaon Akash Pandurang Fundkar BJP 71819 Sananda Dilipkumar Gokulchand INC 64758 7061
27 Jalgaon (Jamod) Sanjay Shriram Kute BJP 63888 Prasenjit Kisan Tayade BBM 59193 4695
Akola District
28 Akot Prakash Gunvantrao Bharsakale BJP 70086 Mahesh Sudhakarrao Gangane INC 38675 31411
29 Balapur Baliram Sirskar BBM 41426 Khatib Syed Natiquiddin INC 34487 6939
30 Akola West Govardhan Mangilal Sharma BJP 66934 Vijay Deshmukh NCP 26981 39953
31 Akola East Randhir Pralhadrao Savarkar BJP 53678 Haridas Bhade BBM 51238 2440
32 Murtizapur Harish Marotiappa Pimple BJP 54226 Rahul Shesharao Dongare BBM 41338 12888
Washim District
33 Risod Amit Subhashrao Zanak INC 70939 Vijay Jadhav BJP 54131 16808
34 Washim Lakhan Sahadeo Malik BJP 48196 Shashikant Pendharkar SS 43803 4393
35 Karanja Rajendra Sukhanad Patni BJP 44751 Yusuf Shafi Punjani BBM 40604 4147
Amravati District
36 Dhamamgaon Railway Virendra Jagtap INC 70879 Arun Adsad BJP 69905 974
37 Badnera Ravi Rana Ind 46827 Band Sanjay SS 39408 7419
38 Amravati Sunil Deshmukh BJP 84033 Raosaheb Shekhawat INC 48961 35072
39 Teosa Yashomati Chandrakant Thakur INC 58808 Nivedita Chaudhari BJP 38367 20441
40 Daryapur Ramesh Ganpatrao Bundile BJP 64224 Balwant Baswant Wankhade RPI 44642 19582
41 Melghat Prabhudas Babulal Bhilawekar BJP 57002 Rajkumar Dayaram Patel NCP 55023 1979
42 Achalpur Omprakash Babarao Kadu Ind 59234 Ashok Bansod BJP 49064 10170
43 Morshi Anil Sukhdevrao Bonde BJP 71611 Harshavardhan Pratapsingh Deshmukh NCP 31449 40162
Wardha District
44 Arvi Amar Sharadrao Kale INC 75886 Dadarao Keche BJP 72743 3143
45 Deoli Ranjit Prataprao Kamble INC 62533 Suresh Ganapat Wagmare BJP 61590 943
46 Hinganghat Samir Trambakrao Kunawar BJP 90275 Pralay Bhaurao Telang BSP 25100 65175
47 Wardha Pankaj Rajesh Bhoyar BJP 45897 Shekhar Pramod Shende INC 37347 8550
Nagpur District
48 Katol Ashish Deshmukh BJP 70344 Anil Deshmukh NCP 64787 5557
49 Savner Sunil Chhatrapal Kedar INC 84630 Vinod Jivtode SS 75421 9209
50 Hingna Sameer Meghe BJP 84139 Rameshchandra Bang NCP 60981 23158
51 Umred Sudhir Laxmanrao Parwe BJP 92399 Rukshadas Mokasrao Bansod BSP 34077 58322
52 Nagpur South West Devendra Fadnavis BJP 113918 Praful Gudade INC 54976 58942
53 Nagpur South Sudhakar Vitthalrao Kohale BJP 81224 Satish Chaturvedi INC 38010 43214
54 Nagpur East Krishna Pancham Khopde BJP 99136 Abhijit Wanjarri INC 50522 48614
55 Nagpur Central Vikas Shankarrao Kumbhare BJP 87523 Anees Ahmed INC 49452 38071
56 Nagpur West Sudhakar Shamrao Deshmukh BJP 86500 Vikas Pandurang Thakre INC 60098 26402
57 Nagpur North Milind Mane BJP 68905 Kishore Uttamrao Gajbhiye BSP 55187 13718
58 Kamthi Chandrashekhar Bawankule BJP 126755 Rajendra Mulak INC 86753 40002
59 Ramtek Dwaram Mallikarjun Reddy BJP 59343 Ashish Jaiswal SS 47262 12081
Bhandara District
60 Tumsar Charan Waghmare BJP 73952 Madhukar Kukde NCP 45273 28679
61 Bhandara Ramchandra Punaji Avsare BJP 83408 Dewangana Gadhave BSP 46576 36832
62 Sakoli Rajesh Lahanu Kashiwar BJP 80902 Sevakbhau Nirdhan Waghaye INC 55413 25489
Gondiya District
63 Arjuni Morgaon Rajkumar Badole BJP 64401 Rajesh Mulchand INC 34106 30295
64 Tirora Vijay Bharatlal Rahangdale BJP 54160 Dilip Waman Bansod Ind 41062 13098
65 Gondiya Gopaldas Shankarlal Agrawal INC 62701 Vinod Agrawal BJP 51943 10758
66 Amgaon Sanjay Hanmantrao Puram BJP 62590 Ramrtanbapu Bhartrajbapu Raut INC 44295 18295
Gadchiroli District
67 Armori Krishna Damaji Gajbe BJP 60413 Anandrao Gedam INC 47680 12733
68 Gadchiroli Deorao Madguji Holi BJP 70185 Bhagyashri Atram NCP 18280 51905
69 Aheri Ambrishrao Satyavanrao Atram BJP 56418 Dharmaraobaba Atram NCP 36560 19858
Chandrapur District
70 Rajura Sanjay Yadaorao Dhote BJP 66223 Subhash Dhote INC 63945 2278
71 Chandrapur Nanaji Sitaram Shamkule BJP 81483 Kishore Jorgewar SS 50711 30772
72 Ballarpur Sudhir Mungantiwar BJP 103718 Ghanshyam Khushimal Mulchandani INC 60118 43600
73 Brahmapuri Vijay Namdevrao Wadettiwar INC 70373 Atul Devidas Deshkar BJP 56763 13610
74 Chimur Bunty Bhangdiya BJP 87377 Avinash Warjukar INC 62222 25155
75 Warora Suresh Dhanorkar SS 53877 Sanjay Deotale BJP 51873 2004
Yavatmal District
76 Wani Sanjivreddi Bapurao Bodkurwar BJP 45178 Vishvas Nandekar SS 39572 5606
77 Ralegaon Ashok Uike BJP 100618 Vasant Chindhuji Purake INC 61868 38750
78 Yavatmal Madan Madhukarrao Yerawar BJP 53671 Santosh Marotrao Dhawale SS 52444 1227
79 Digras Sanjay Rathod SS 121216 Vasant Ghuikhedkar NCP 41352 79864
80 Arni Raju Narayan Todsam BJP 86991 Shivajirao Moghe INC 66270 20721
81 Pusad Manohar Naik NCP 94152 Prakash Devasarkar SS 28793 65359
82 Umarkhed Rajendra Waman Najardhane BJP 90190 Vijayrao Khadse INC 41614 48576
Nanded District
83 Kinwat Pradeep Jadhav NCP 60127 Bhimrao Keram Ind 55152 4975
84 Hadgaon Nagesh Patil SS 78520 Jawalgaonkar Madhavrao Patil INC 65079 13441
85 Bhokar Ameeta Chavan INC 100781 Madhavrao Kinhalkar BJP 53224 47557
86 Nanded North D. P. Sawant INC 40356 Sudhakar Pandhare BJP 32754 7602
87 Nanded South Hemant Patil SS 45836 Deelip Kandkurte BJP 42629 3207
88 Loha Prataprao Chikhalikar SS 92435 Mukteshwar Dhondge BJP 46949 45486
89 Naigaon Vasantrao Balwantrao Chavan INC 71020 Rajesh Pawar BJP 60595 10425
90 Deglur Subhash Piraji Sabne SS 66852 Raosaheb Antapurkar INC 58204 8648
91 Mukhed Govind Mukkaji Rathod BJP 118781 Hanmanthrao Patil INC 45490 73291
Hingoli District
92 Basmath Jaiprakash Mundada SS 63851 Jayprakash Dandegaonkar NCP 58295 5556
93 Kalamnuri Santosh Kautika Tarfe INC 67104 Gajana Ghuge SS 55568 10536
94 Hingoli Tanaji Sakharamji Mutkule BJP 97045 Bhaurao Baburao Patil INC 40599 56446
Parbhani District
95 Jintur Vijay Manikrao Bhamale NCP 106912 Ramprasad Wamanrao Kadam INC 79554 27358
96 Parbhani Rahul Vedprakash Patil SS 71584 Syad Khalad Syad Sahebjan AIMIM 45058 26526
97 Gangakhed Madhusudan Kendre NCP 58415 Ratnakar Gutte RSP 56126 2289
98 Pathri Mohan Fad Ind 69081 Suresh Warpudkar INC 55632 13449
Jalna District
99 Partur Babanrao Lonikar BJP 46937 Sureshkumar Jethaliya INC 42577 4360
100 Ghansawangi Rajesh Tope NCP 98030 Vilasrao Kharat BJP 54554 43476
101 Jalna Arjun Khotkar SS 45078 Kailas Kisanrao Gorantyal INC 44782 296
102 Badnapur Narayan Tilakchand Kuche BJP 73560 Roopkumar Bablu Nehrulal NCP 50065 23495
103 Bhokardan Santosh Danve BJP 69597 Chandrakant Danve NCP 62847 6750
Aurangabad District
104 Sillod Abdul Sattar INC 96038 Suresh Bankar BJP 82117 13921
105 Kannad Harshvardhan Jadhav SS 62542 Udaysingh Rajput NCP 60981 1561
106 Phulambri Haribhau Bagade BJP 73294 Kalyan Kale INC 69683 3611
107 Aurangabad Central Imtiyaz Jaleel AIMIM 61843 Pradeep Jaiswal SS 41861 19982
108 Aurangabad West Sanjay Shirsat SS 61282 Madhukar Sawant BJP 54355 6927
109 Aurangabad East Atul Moreshwar Save BJP 64528 Abdul Gaffar Quadri AIMIM 60268 4260
110 Paithan Sandipanrao Bhumre SS 66991 Sanjay Waghchaure NCP 41952 25039
111 Gangapur Prashant Bamb BJP 55483 Ambadas Danve SS 38205 17278
112 Vaijapur Bhausaheb Patil Chikatgaonkar NCP 53114 RM Wani SS 48405 4709
Nashik District
113 Nandgaon Pankaj Bhujbal NCP 69263 Suhas Kande SS 50827 18436
114 Malegaon Central Shaikh Aasif Shaikh Rashid INC 75326 Mohammed Ismail Abdul Khalique NCP 59175 16151
115 Malegaon Outer Dadaji Bhuse SS 82093 Pawan Yashvant Thakre BJP 44672 37421
116 Baglan Dipika Sanjay Chavan NCP 68434 Dilip Manglu Borse BJP 64253 4181
117 Kalwan Jiva Pandu Gavit CPI(M) 67795 Arjun Tulshiram Pawar NCP 63009 4786
118 Chandvad Rahul Aher BJP 54946 Shirishkumar Kotwal INC 43785 11161
119 Yewla Chhagan Bhujbal NCP 112787 Sambhaji Pawar SS 66345 46442
120 Sinnar Rajabhau Waje SS 104031 Manikrao Kokate BJP 83477 20554
121 Niphad Anil Kadam SS 78186 Diliprao Bankar NCP 74265 3921
122 Dindori Zirwal Narhari Sitaram NCP 68284 Dhanraj Mahale SS 55651 12633
123 Nashik East Balasaheb Mahadu Sanap BJP 78941 Chandrakant Lavte SS 32567 46374
124 Nashik Central Devayani Farande BJP 61548 Vasantrao Gite MNS 33276 28272
125 Nashik West Seema Mahesh Hiray BJP 67489 Sudhakar Bhika SS 37819 29670
126 Devlali Yogesh Gholap SS 49751 Ramdas Sadaphule BJP 21580 28171
127 Igatpuri Nirmala Gavit INC 49128 Shivram Zhole SS 38751 10377
Palghar District
128 Dahanu Dhanare Paskal Janya BJP 44849 Mangat Barkya Vansha CPI(M) 28149 16700
129 Vikramgad Vishnu Savara BJP 40201 Prakash Nikam SS 36356 3845
130 Palghar Krushna Ghoda SS 46142 Rajendra Gavit INC 45627 515
131 Boisar Vilas Tare BVA 64550 Kamalakar Anya Dalavi SS 51677 12873
132 Nalasopara Kshitij Thakur BVA 113566 Rajan Naik BJP 59067 54499
133 Vasai Hitendra Thakur BVA 97291 Vivek Pandit Ind 65395 31896
Thane District
134 Bhiwandi Rural Shantaram More SS 57082 Shantaram Dundaram Patil BJP 47922 9160
135 Shahapur Pandurang Barora NCP 56813 Daulat Daroda SS 51269 5544
136 Bhiwandi West Mahesh Prabhakar Choughule BJP 42483 Shoaib Ashfaq Khan INC 39157 3326
137 Bhiwandi East Rupesh Mhatre SS 33541 Santosh Shetty BJP 30148 3393
138 Kalyan West Narendra Pawar BJP 54388 Vijay Salvi SS 52169 2219
139 Murbad Kisan Shankar Kathore BJP 85543 Gotiram Pawar NCP 59313 26230
140 Ambernath Balaji Kinikar SS 47000 Rajesh Wankhede BJP 44959 2041
141 Ulhasnagar Jyoti Kalani NCP 43760 Kumar Ailani BJP 41897 1863
142 Kalyan East Ganpat Kalu Gaikwad Ind 36357 Gopal Ramchandra Landge SS 35612 745
143 Dombivali Ravindra Chavan BJP 83872 Dipesh Mhatre SS 37647 46225
144 Kalyan Rural Subhash Bhoir SS 84110 Ramesh Patil MNS 39898 44212
145 Mira Bhayandar Narendra Mehta BJP 91468 Gilbert Mendonca NCP 59176 32292
146 Ovala-Majiwada Pratap Sarnaik SS 68571 Sanjay Pandey BJP 57665 10906
147 Kopri-Pachpakhadi Eknath Shinde SS 100316 Sandeep Lele BJP 48447 51869
148 Thane Sanjay Kelkar BJP 70884 Ravindra Phatak SS 58296 12588
149 Mumbra-Kalwa Jitendra Awhad NCP 86533 Dasharath Patil SS 38850 47683
150 Airoli Sandeep Naik NCP 76444 Vijay Chougule SS 67719 8725
151 Belapur Manda Mhatre BJP 55316 Ganesh Naik NCP 53825 1491
Mumbai Suburban
152 Borivali Vinod Tawde BJP 108278 Uttamprakash Agarwal SS 29011 79267
153 Dahisar Manisha Choudhary BJP 77238 Vinod Ghosalkar SS 38660 38578
154 Magathane Prakash Surve SS 65016 Hemendra Mehta BJP 44631 20385
155 Mulund Sardar Tara Singh BJP 93850 Charan Singh Sapra INC 28543 65307
156 Vikhroli Sunil Raut SS 50302 Mangesh Sangle MNS 24963 25339
157 Bhandup West Ashok Patil SS 48151 Manoj Kotak BJP 43379 4772
158 Jogeshwari East Ravindra Waikar SS 72767 Ujwala Modak BJP 43805 28962
159 Dindoshi Sunil Prabhu SS 56577 Rajhans Singh INC 36749 19828
160 Kandivali East Atul Bhatkhalkar BJP 72427 Thakur Ramesh Singh INC 31239 41188
161 Charkop Yogesh Sagar BJP 96097 Shubhada Gudekar SS 31730 64367
162 Malad West Aslam Shaikh INC 56574 Ram Barot BJP 54271 2303
163 Goregaon Vidya Thakur BJP 63629 Subhash Desai SS 58873 4756
164 Versova Bharati Hemant Lavekar BJP 49182 Baldev Khosa INC 22784 26398
165 Andheri West Ameet Bhaskar Satam BJP 59022 Ashok Jadhav INC 34982 24040
166 Andheri East Ramesh Latke SS 52817 Sunil Yadav BJP 47338 5479
167 Vile Parle Parag Alavani BJP 74270 Shashikant Patkar SS 41835 32435
168 Chandivali Naseem Khan INC 73141 Santosh Singh SS 43672 29469
169 Ghatkopar West Ram Kadam BJP 80343 Sudhir More SS 38427 41916
170 Ghatkopar East Prakash Mehta BJP 67012 Jagdish Chaudhari SS 26885 40127
171 Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar Abu Azmi SP 41719 Suresh Patil SS 31782 9937
172 Anushakti Nagar Tukaram Ramkrishna Kate SS 39966 Nawab Malik NCP 38959 1007
173 Chembur Prakash Phaterpekar SS 47410 Chandrakant Handore INC 37383 10027
174 Kurla Mangesh Kudalkar SS 41580 Vijay Kamble BJP 28901 12679
175 Kalina Sanjay Potnis SS 30715 Amarjit Singh BJP 29418 1297
176 Vandre East Bala Sawant SS 41388 Krishna Parkar BJP 25791 15597
177 Vandre West Ashish Shelar BJP 74779 Baba Siddique INC 47868 26911
Mumbai City District
178 Dharavi Varsha Gaikwad INC 47718 Baburao Mane SS 32390 15328
179 Sion Koliwada Captain R. Tamil Selvan BJP 40869 Mangesh Satamkar SS 37131 3738
180 Wadala Kalidas Kolambkar INC 38540 Mihir Kotecha BJP 37740 800
181 Mahim Sada Sarvankar SS 46291 Nitin Sardesai MNS 40350 5941
182 Worli Sunil Shinde SS 60625 Sachin Ahir NCP 37613 23012
183 Shivadi Ajay Choudhari SS 72462 Bala Nandgaonkar MNS 30553 41909
184 Byculla Waris Pathan AIMIM 25314 Madhu Chavan BJP 23957 1357
185 Malabar Hill Mangal Lodha BJP 97818 Arvind Dudhwadkar SS 29132 68686
186 Mumbadevi Amin Patel INC 39188 Atul Shah BJP 30675 8513
187 Colaba Raj K. Purohit BJP 52608 Pandurang Sakpal SS 28821 23787
Raigad District
188 Panvel Prashant Thakur BJP 125142 Balaram Patil PWPI 111927 13215
189 Karjat Suresh Narayan Lad NCP 57013 Mahendra Thorve PWPI 55113 1900
190 Uran Manohar Bhoir SS 56131 Vivek Patil PWPI 55320 811
191 Pen Dhairyashil Patil PWPI 64616 Ravisheth Patil INC 60496 4120
192 Alibag Panditshet Patil PWPI 76959 Mahendra Dalvi SS 60865 16094
193 Shrivardhan Avdhoot Tatkare NCP 61038 Ravi Munde SS 60961 77
194 Mahad Bharatshet Gogawale SS 94408 Manik Jagtap INC 73152 21256
Pune District
195 Junnar Sharaddada Bhimaji Sonavane MNS 60305 Asha Buchke SS 43382 16923
196 Ambegaon Dilip Walse-Patil NCP 120235 Arun Gire SS 62081 58154
197 Khed Alandi Suresh Gore SS 103207 Dilip Mohite NCP 70489 32718
198 Shirur Baburao Pacharne BJP 92579 Ashok Pawar NCP 81638 10941
199 Daund Rahul Kul RSP 87649 Ramesh Thorat NCP 76304 11345
200 Indapur Dattatray Bharne NCP 108400 Harshvardhan Patil INC 94227 14173
201 Baramati Ajit Pawar NCP 150588 Prabhakar Gawade BJP 60797 89791
202 Purandar Vijay Shivtare SS 82339 Sanjay Jagtap INC 73749 8590
203 Bhor Sangram Thopate INC 78602 Kuldip Konde SS 59651 18951
204 Maval Bala Bhegade BJP 95319 Dnyanoba Mauli Dabhade NCP 67318 28001
205 Chinchwad Laxman Pandurang Jagtap BJP 123786 Rahul Kalate SS 63489 60297
206 Pimpri Gautam Chabukswar SS 51096 Anna Bansode NCP 48761 2335
207 Bhosari Mahesh Landge Ind 60173 Sulabha Ubale SS 44857 15316
208 Vadgaon Sheri Jagdish Tukaram Mulik BJP 66908 Sunil Tingre SS 61583 5325
209 Shivajinagar Vijay Kale BJP 56460 Vinayak Nimhan INC 34413 22047
210 Kothrud Medha Vishram Kulkarni BJP 100941 Chandrakant Mokate SS 36279 64662
211 Khadakwasla Bhimrao Tapkir BJP 111531 Dilip Barate NCP 48505 63026
212 Parvati Madhuri Misal BJP 95583 Taware Sachin Sham SS 26493 69090
213 Hadapsar Yogesh Tilekar BJP 82629 Mahadeo Babar SS 52381 30248
214 Pune Cantonment Dilip Kamble BJP 54692 Ramesh Bagwe INC 39737 14955
215 Kasba Peth Girish Bapat BJP 73594 Rohit Deepak Tilak INC 31322 42272
Ahmednagar District
216 Akole Vaibhav Pichad NCP 67696 Madhukar Talpade SS 47634 20062
217 Sangamner Balasaheb Thorat INC 103564 Janardan Aher SS 44759 58805
218 Shirdi Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil INC 121459 Abhay Shelke Patil SS 46797 74662
219 Kopargaon Snehalata Kolhe BJP 99763 Ashutosh Ashokrao Kale SS 70493 29270
220 Shrirampur Bhausaheb Kamble INC 57118 Bhausaheb Wakchaure BJP 45634 11484
221 Nevasa Balasaheb Murkute BJP 84570 Shankarrao Gadakh NCP 79911 4659
222 Shevgaon Monika Rajiv Rajale BJP 134685 Chandrashekhar Ghule NCP 81500 53185
223 Rahuri Shivaji Kardile BJP 91454 Usha Tanpure SS 65778 25676
224 Parner Vijayrao Auti SS 73263 Sujit Zaware Patil NCP 45841 27422
225 Ahmednagar City Sangram Jagtap NCP 49378 Anil Rathod SS 46061 3317
226 Shrigonda Rahul Jagtap NCP 99281 Babanrao Pachpute BJP 85644 13637
227 Karjat Jamkhed Ram Shinde BJP 84058 Ramesh Khade SS 46242 37816
Beed District
228 Georai Laxman Pawar BJP 136384 Badamrao Pandit NCP 76383 60001
229 Majalgaon R.T. Deshmukh BJP 112497 Prakashdada Solanke NCP 75252 37245
230 Beed Jaidatta Kshirsagar NCP 77134 Vinayak Mete BJP 71002 6132
231 Ashti Bhimrao Dhonde BJP 120915 Suresh Dhas NCP 114933 5982
232 Kaij Sangita Thombare BJP 106834 Namita Mundada NCP 64113 42721
233 Parli Pankaja Munde BJP 96904 Dhananjay Munde NCP 71009 25895
Latur District
234 Latur Rural Trimbakrao Bhise INC 100897 Ramesh Karad BJP 90387 10510
235 Latur City Amit Deshmukh INC 119656 Shailesh Lahoti BJP 70191 49465
236 Ahmadpur Vinayakrao Jadhav Ind 61957 Babasaheb Patil NCP 57951 4006
237 Udgir Sudhakar Bhalerao BJP 66686 Sanjay Bansode NCP 41792 24894
238 Nilanga Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar BJP 76817 Ashok Patil Nilangekar INC 49306 27511
239 Ausa Basavraj Patil INC 64237 Dinkar Mane SS 55379 8858
Osmanabad District
240 Umarga Dnyanraj Chougule SS 65178 Kisan Kamble INC 44736 20442
241 Tuljapur Madhukarrao Chavan INC 70701 Jeevanrao Gore NCP 41091 29610
242 Osmanabad Rana Jagjit Sinha Patil NCP 88469 Omprakash Rajenimbalkar SS 77663 10806
243 Paranda Rahul Mote NCP 78548 Dnyaneshwar Patil SS 66159 12389
Solapur District
244 Karmala Narayan Patil SS 60674 Rashmi Bagal NCP 60417 257
245 Madha Babanrao Shinde NCP 97803 Kalyan Kale INC 62025 35778
246 Barshi Dilip Sopal NCP 97655 Rajendra Raut SS 92544 5111
247 Mohol Ramesh Kadam NCP 62120 Sanjay Kshirsagar BJP 53753 8367
248 Solapur City North Vijay Deshmukh BJP 86877 Mahesh Gadekar NCP 17999 68878
249 Solapur City Central Praniti Shinde INC 46907 Shekh Taufik Is Mail AIMIM 37138 9769
250 Akkalkot Siddharam Mhetre INC 97333 Sidramappa Patil BJP 79689 17644
251 Solapur South Subhash Sureshchandra Deshmukh BJP 70077 Dilip Mane INC 42954 27123
252 Pandharpur Bharat Bhalke INC 91863 Prashant Paricharak SWA 82950 8913
253 Sangola Ganpatrao Deshmukh PWPI 94374 Shahajibapu Patil SS 69150 25224
254 Malsiras Hanumant Dolas NCP 77179 Anant Khandagale Ind 70934 6245
Satara District
255 Phaltan Dipak Chavan NCP 92910 Digambar Agawane INC 59342 33568
256 Wai Makarand Laxmanrao Jadhav Patil NCP 101218 Madan Bhosale INC 62516 38702
257 Koregaon Shashikant Shinde NCP 95213 Vijayrao Kanase INC 47966 47247
258 Man Jaykumar Gore INC 75708 Shekhar Gore RSP 52357 23351
259 Karad North Shamrao Pandurang Patil NCP 78324 Dhairyashil Kadam INC 57817 20507
260 Karad South Prithviraj Chavan INC 76831 Vilasrao Patil Ind 60413 16418
261 Patan Shambhuraj Desai SS 104419 Satyajit Patankar NCP 85595 18824
262 Satara Shivendra Raje Bhosale NCP 97964 Deepak Pawar BJP 50151 47813
Ratnagiri District
263 Dapoli Sanjay Kadam NCP 52907 Suryakant Dalvi SS 49123 3784
264 Guhagar Bhaskar Jadhav NCP 72525 Vinay Natu BJP 39761 32764
265 Chiplun Sadanand Chavan SS 75695 Shekhar Nikam NCP 69627 6068
266 Ratnagiri Uday Samant SS 93876 Bal Mane BJP 54449 39427
267 Rajapur Rajan Salvi SS 76266 Rajendra Desai INC 37204 39062
Sindhudurg District
268 Kankavli Nitesh Rane INC 74715 Pramod Jathar BJP 48736 25979
269 Kudal Vaibhav Naik SS 70582 Narayan Rane INC 60206 10376
270 Sawantwadi Deepak Kesarkar SS 70902 Rajan Teli BJP 29710 41192
Kolhapur District
271 Chandgad Sandhyadevi Desai NCP 51599 Narsingrao Patil SS 43400 8199
272 Radhanagari Prakashrao Abitkar SS 132485 K P Patil NCP 93077 39408
273 Kagal Hasan Mushrif NCP 123626 Sanjay Ghatage SS 117692 5934
274 Kolhapur South Amal Mahadik BJP 105489 Satej Patil INC 96961 8528
275 Karvir Chandradip Narke SS 107998 P. N. Patil INC 107288 710
276 Kolhapur North Rajesh Vinayakrao Kshirsagar SS 69736 Satyajit Kadam INC 47315 22421
277 Shahuwadi Satyajeet Patil SS 74702 Vinay Kore JSS 74314 388
278 Hatkanangale Sujit Minchekar SS 89087 Jaywantrao Awale INC 59717 29370
279 Ichalkaranji Suresh Ganpati Halvankar BJP 94214 Prakashanna Awade INC 78989 15225
280 Shirol Ulhas Patil SS 70809 Rajendra Patil NCP 50776 20033
Sangli District
281 Miraj Suresh Khade BJP 93795 Shidheshwar Jadhav INC 29728 64067
282 Sangli Sudhir Gadgil BJP 80497 Madan Patil INC 66040 14457
283 Islampur Jayant Patil NCP 113045 Abhijit Patil Ind 37859 75186
284 Shirala Shivajirao Naik BJP 85363 Mansing Naik NCP 81695 3668
285 Palus-Kadegaon Patangrao Kadam INC 112523 Prithviraj Deshmukh BJP 88489 24034
286 Khanapur Anil Babar SS 72849 Sadashivrao Patil INC 53052 19797
287 Tasgaon-Kavathe Mahankal R. R. Patil NCP 108310 Ajitrao Ghorpade BJP 85900 22410
288 Jat Vilasrao Jagtap BJP 72885 Vikramshinh Sawant INC 55187 17698

Government formation

With the BJP having won a plurality, the NCP offered outside support to the BJP, according to Praful Patel.[28] The NCP offer was read as putting the Shiv Sena under pressure by saying it gave the BJP "mega-clout" in negotiations with the Shiv Sena. Amit Shah did not turn down the offer saying that the party's parliamentary board, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi would discuss options. Other unnamed BJP members said the Shiv Sena was "a natural fit" with the party. Other unnamed BJP members said they expected the Shiv Sena to seek the post of deputy chief minister as well as more ministers in the national government. Unnamed Shiv Sena spokespeople told NDTV that, as potential kingmaker, Uddhav Thackeray would decide the next steps "in Maharashtra's best interest."[29] Finally, BJP and Shiv Sena agreed to come together and form the government.

See also

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