2014 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election

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Maharashtra State Assembly election, 2014

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All 288 seats to the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly
145 seats needed for a majority
  Majority party Minority party Third party
  Devendra fadnavis.png Uddhav thackeray 20090703.jpg Prithviraj Chavan - India Economic Summit 2011.jpg
Leader Devendra Fadnavis[3] Uddhav Thackeray Prithviraj Chavan[1]
Party BJP Shiv Sena INC
Leader's seat Nagpur South West[4] Did not contest[5] Karad South[2]
Last election 46 seats 45 seats 82 seats
Seats won 122 63 42
Seat change Increase76 Increase18 Decrease40

  Fourth party
  Ajit Pawar.jpg
Leader Ajit Pawar[6]
Party NCP
Leader's seat Baramati[7]
Last election 62 seats
Seats won 41
Seat change Decrease21

Chief Minister before election

Prithviraj Chavan
INC

Elected Chief Minister

Devendra Fadnavis[3]
BJP

A 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,[8] with the BJP getting a plurality.

Background[edit]

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

Alliances[edit]

Following the NCP-INC alliance's performance in the Indian general election, 2014, 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.[9][10]

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.[10][11]

Parties[edit]

Campaign[edit]

Indian National Congress[edit]

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.[12][13]

Nationalist Congress Party[edit]

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.[14]

Bharatiya Janata Party[edit]

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[edit]

Shiv Sena started its campaign at Mahalaxmi Racecourse in Mumbai on 27 September, where party leader Uddhav Thackeray addressed its supporters.[15]

Election[edit]

A total of 4,119 candidates contested the election.voter turnout was 64%.[16] Voter-verified paper audit trail (VVPAT) along with EVMs was used in 13 constituencies:[17] Wardha, Amravati (2 pockets),[18] Yavatmal, Chandrapur, Nashik (3 pockets), Aurangabad (3 pockets) and Ahmednagar (2 pockets).[19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]

Exit polls[edit]

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

Result[edit]

  Bharatiya Janata Party: 122 seats
  Shiv Sena: 63 seats
  Indian National Congress: 42 seats
  Nationalist Congress Party: 41 seats
  Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi: 3 seats
  Peasants and Workers Party of India: 3 seats
  All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen: 2 seats
  Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh: 1 seat
  Communist Party of India (Marxist): 1 seat
  Maharashtra Navnirman Sena: 1 seat
  Rashtriya Samaj Paksha: 1 seat
  Samajwadi Party: 1 seat
  Independent: 7 seats
Party Seats contested Seats won Votes Vote % in seats contested Vote % Seat change
Bharatiya Janata Party 260 122 14,709,455 31.15% 27.8% Increase
Shiv Sena 282 63 10,235,972 19.80% 19.3% Increase
Indian National Congress 287 42 9,496,144 18.10% 18.0% Decrease
Nationalist Congress Party 278 41 9,122,299 17.96% 17.2% Decrease
Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi 36 3 329,457 5.71% 0.6% Increase
Peasants and Workers Party of India 51 3 533,309 5.81% 1.0% Decrease
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen 24 2 489,614 13.16% 0.9% Increase
Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh 70 1 472,925 3.64% 0.9% Steady
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 20 1 207,933 5.76% 0.4% Steady
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena 220 1 1,665,033 4.18% 3.7% Decrease
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha 6 1 256,662 20.54% 0.5% Steady
Samajwadi Party 22 1 92,304 2.54% 0.2% Decrease
Independent 1699 7 2,494,016 4.82% 4.7% N/A
Total[29][30] 288 288 50,105,123 100% N/A

Region-wise break up[edit]

Region Total seats Bharatiya Janata Party Shiv Sena Indian National Congress Nationalist Congress Party Others
Western Maharashtra 70 24 13 10 19 4
Vidarbha 62 44 4 10 1 3
Marathwada 46 15 11 9 8 3
Konkan 39 10 14 1 8 6
Mumbai 36 15 14 5 0 2
North Maharashtra 35 14 7 7 5 2
Total[31] 288 122 63 42 41 20

List of winning candidates[edit]

The following is the list of candidates won:[29]

Constituency No. Name Member of Legislative Assembly Political party Votes polled
3 Nandurbar Vijaykumar Krishnarao Gavit BJP 101,328
4 Navapur Surupsingh Hirya Naik INC 93,796
5 Sakri Dhanaji Sitaram Ahire INC 74,760
6 Dhule Rural Kunal Rohidas Patil INC 119,094
7 Dhule City Anil Anna Gote(Resigned) BJP 57,780
8 Sindkheda Jayakumar Jitendrasinh Rawal BJP 92,794
9 Shirpur Kashiram Vechan Pawara INC 98,114
10 Chopda Chandrakant Baliram Sonawane Shiv Sena 54,176
11 Raver Haribhau Madhav Jawale BJP 65,962
12 Bhusawal Sanjay Waman Sawakare BJP 87,818
13 Jalgaon City Suresh Damu Bhole BJP 88,363
14 Jalgaon Rural Gulab Raghunath Patil Shiv Sena 84,020
15 Amalner Shirish Hiralal Chaudhari Independent 68,149
16 Erandol 'Annasaheb' Dr. Satish Bhaskarrao Patil NCP 55,656
17 Chalisgaon Unmesh Bhaiyyasaheb Patil BJP 94,754
18 Pachora Kishor Appa Patil Shiv Sena 87,520
19 Jamner Girish Dattatray Mahajan BJP 103,498
20 Muktainagar Eknath Khadse BJP 85,657
21 Malkapur Chainsukh Madanlal Sancheti BJP 75,965
22 Buldhana Harshwardhan Vasantrao Sapkal INC 46,985
23 Chikhli Rahul Siddhvinayak Bondre INC 61,581
24 Sindkhed Raja Dr. Shashikant Narsingrao Khedekar Shiv Sena 64,203
25 Mehkar Sanjay Bhashkar Raimulkar Shiv Sena 80,356
26 Khamgaon Akash Pandurang Fundkar BJP 71,819
27 Jalgaon (Jamod) Dr. Sanjay Shriram Kute BJP 63,888
28 Akot Prakash Gunvantrao Bharsakale BJP 70,086
29 Balapur Baliram Bhagwan Sirskar BBM 41,426
30 Akola West Govardhan Mangilal Sharma BJP 66,934
31 Akola East Randhir Pralhadrao Savarkar BJP 53,678
32 Murtizapur Harish Marotiappa Pimple BJP 54226
33 Risod Amit Subhashrao Zanak INC 70,939
34 Washim Lakhan Sahadeo Malik BJP 48,196
35 Karanja Rajendra Sukhanad Patni BJP 44,751
36 Dhamamgaon Railway Virendra Jagtap INC 70,879
37 Badnera Ravi Rana Independent 46,827
38 Amravati Sunil Panjabrao Deshmukh BJP 84,033
39 Teosa Adv Yashomati Chandrakant Thakur (Sonawane) INC 58,808
40 Daryapur Ramesh Ganpatrao Bundile BJP 64,224
41 Melghat Prabhudas Babulal Bhilawekar BJP 57,002
42 Achalpur Bacchu alias Omprakash Babarao Kadu Independent 59,234
43 Morshi Dr Anil Sukhdevrao Bonde BJP 71,611
44 Arvi Amar Sharadrao Kale INC 75,886
45 Deoli Ranjit Prataprao Kamble INC 62,533
46 Hinganghat Samir Trambakrao Kunawar BJP 90,275
47 Wardha Dr. Pankaj Rajesh Bhoyar BJP 45,897
48 Katol Ashish Ranjeet Deshmukh(Resigned) BJP 70,344
49 Savner Sunil Chhatrapal Kedar INC 84,630
50 Hingna Sameer Dattatraya Meghe BJP 84,139
51 Umred Sudhir Laxmanrao Parwe BJP 92,399
52 Nagpur South West Devendra Fadnavis BJP 113918
53 Nagpur South Sudhakar Vitthalrao Kohale BJP 81,224
54 Nagpur East Krishna Pancham Khopde BJP 99136
55 Nagpur Central Vikas Shankarrao Kumbhare BJP 87,523
56 Nagpur West Sudhakar Shamrao Deshmukh BJP 86,500
57 Nagpur North Dr Milind Mane BJP 68,905
58 Kamthi Chandrashekhar Krishnarao Bawankule BJP 126,755
59 Ramtek Dwaram Mallikarjun Reddy BJP 59,343
60 Tumsar Charan Waghmare BJP 73,950
61 Bhandara Ramchandra Punaji Avsare BJP 83,408
62 Sakoli Kashiwar Rajesh Lahanu BJP 80,902
63 Arjuni-Morgaon Rajkumar Sudamji Badole BJP 64,401
64 Tirora Vijay Bharatlal Rahangdale BJP 54,160
65 Gondiya Gopaldas Shankarlal Agrawal INC 62,701
66 Amgaon Sanjay Hanmantrao Puram BJP 62,590
67 Armori Krishna Damaji Gajbe BJP 60,413
68 Gadchiroli Dr. Deorao Madguji Holi BJP 70,185
69 Aheri Ambrishrao Raje Satyavanrao Atram BJP 56,418
70 Rajura Sanjay Yadaorao Dhote BJP 66,223
71 Chandrapur Nanaji Sitaram Shamkule BJP 81,483
72 Ballarpur Mungantiwar Sudhir Sachhidanand BJP 103,718
73 Brahmapuri Vijay Namdevrao Wadettiwar INC 70,373
74 Chimur Bunty Bhangdiya BJP 87,377
75 Warora Suresh alias Balubhau Narayan Dhanorkar Shiv Sena 53,877
76 Wani Sanjivreddi Bapurao Bodkurwar BJP 45,178
77 Ralegaon Ashok Ramji Wooike BJP 100,618
78 Yavatmal Madan Madhukarrao Yerawar BJP 53,671
79 Digras Sanjay Dulichand Rathod Shiv Sena 121,216
80 Arni Raju Narayan Todsam BJP 86,991
81 Pusad Manohar Rajusing Naik NCP 94,152
82 Umarkhed Rajendra Waman Najardhane BJP 90,190
83 Kinwat Pradeep Hemsingh Jadhav (Naik) NCP 60,127
84 Hadgaon Nagesh Bapurao Patil Ashtikar Shiv Sena 78,520
85 Bhokar Ameeta Ashokrao Chavan INC 100,781
86 Nanded North D. P. Sawant INC 40,356
87 Nanded South Hemant Sriram Patil Shiv Sena 45,836
88 Loha Prataprao Govindrao Chikhalikar Shiv Sena 92,435
89 Naigaon Vasantrao Balwantrao Chavan INC 71,020
90 Deglur Subhash Piraji Sabne Shiv Sena 66,852
91 Mukhed Govind Mukkaji Rathod* BJP 118,781
92 Basmath Jaiprakash Shankarlal Mundada Shiv Sena 63,851
93 Kalamnuri Santosh Kautika Tarfe INC 67,104
94 Hingoli Tanaji Sakharamji Mutkule BJP 97,045
95 Jintur Vijay Manikrao Bhamale NCP 106,912
96 Parbhani Rahul Patil Shiv Sena 71,584
97 Gangakhed Madhusudan Manikrao Kendre NCP 58,415
98 Pathri Mohan Madhavrao Fad Independent 69,081
99 Partur Babanrao Lonikar BJP 46,937
100 Ghansawangi Rajeshbhaiyya Tope NCP 98,030
101 Jalna Arjun Panditrao Khotkar Shiv Sena 45,078
102 Badnapur Narayan Tilakchand Kuche BJP 73,560
103 Bhokardan Santosh Danve BJP 69,597
104 Sillod Abdul Sattar Abdul Nabi INC 96,038
105 Kannad Harshvardhan Jadhav Shiv Sena 62,542
106 Phulambri Haribhau Kisanrao Bagde BJP 73,294
107 Aurangabad Central Sayed Imtiyaz Jaleel AIMIM 61,843
108 Aurangabad West Sanjay Shirsat Shiv Sena 61,282
109 Aurangabad East Atul Moreshwar Save BJP 64,528
110 Paithan Sandipanrao Bhumre Shiv Sena 66,991
111 Gangapur Bamb Prashant Bansilal BJP 55,483
112 Vaijapur Bhausaheb Patil Chikatgaonkar NCP 53,114
113 Nandgaon Pankaj Bhujbal NCP 69,263
114 Malegaon Central Shaikh Aasif Shaikh Rashid INC 75,326
115 Malegaon Outer Dadaji Dagadu Bhuse Shiv Sena 82093
116 Baglan Dipika Sanjay Chavan NCP 68,434
117 Kalwan Jiva Pandu Gavit CPM 67,795
118 Chandvad Dr. Aher Rahul Daulatrao BJP 54,946
119 Yewla Chhagan Bhujbal NCP 112,787
120 Sinnar Rajabhau Waje Shiv Sena 104,031
121 Niphad Anil Kadam Shiv Sena 78,186
122 Dindori Zirwal Narhari Sitaram NCP 68,284
123 Nashik East Balasaheb Mahadu Sanap BJP 78,941
124 Nashik Central Devayani Suhas Farande BJP 61,548
125 Nashik West Seema Mahesh Hiray BJP 67,489
126 Devlali Yogesh Gholap Shiv Sena 49,751
127 Igatpuri Gaveet Nirmala Ramesh INC 49,128
128 Dahanu Dhanare Paskal Janya BJP 44,849
129 Vikramgad Vishnu Savara BJP 40,201
130 Palghar Krishna Arjun Ghoda Shiv Sena 18,948
131 Boisar Vilas Sukur Tare BVA 64,550
132 Nalasopara Kshitij Hitendra Thakur BVA 113,566
133 Vasai Hitendra Vishnu Thakur BVA 97,291
134 Bhiwandi Rural (ST) Shantaram More Shiv Sena 57,082
135 Shahapur Pandurang Mahadu Barora NCP 56,813
136 Bhiwandi West Mahesh Prabhakar Choughule BJP 42,483
137 Bhiwandi East Rupesh Laxman Mhatre Shiv Sena 33,541
138 Kalyan West Narendra Baburao Pawar BJP 54,388
139 Murbad Kisan Kathore BJP 85,543
140 Ambernath Dr. Balaji Kinikar Shiv Sena 47,000
141 Ulhasnagar Jyoti Pappu Kalani NCP 43,760
142 Kalyan East Ganpat Kalu Gaikwad Independent 36,357
143 Dombivali Ravindra Dattatray Chavan BJP 83,872
144 Kalyan Rural Subhash Bhoir Shiv Sena 84,110
145 Mira Bhayandar Narendra Mehta BJP 91,468
146 Ovala-Majiwada Pratap Baburao Sarnaik Shiv Sena 68,571
147 Kopri-Pachpakhadi Eknath Shinde Shiv Sena 100,316
148 Thane Sanjay Mukund Kelkar BJP 70,884
149 Mumbra-Kalwa Jitendra Awhad NCP 86,533
150 Airoli Sandeep Ganesh Naik NCP 76,444
151 Belapur Manda Vijay Mhatre BJP 55,316
152 Borivali Vinod Tawde BJP 108,278
153 Dahisar Chaudhary Manisha Ashok BJP 77,238
154 Magathane Prakash Surve Shiv Sena 65,016
155 Mulund Sardar Tara Singh BJP 90,260
156 Vikhroli Sunil Raut Shiv Sena 50,302
157 Bhandup West Ashok Patil Shiv Sena 48,151
158 Jogeshwari East Ravindra Waikar Shiv Sena 72,767
159 Dindoshi Sunil Prabhu Shiv Sena 56,577
160 Kandivali East Atul Bhatkhalkar BJP 72,427
161 Charkop Yogesh Sagar BJP 96,097
162 Malad West Aslam Shaikh INC 56,574
163 Goregaon Vidya Thakur BJP 63,629
164 Versova Dr. Bharati Hemant Lavekar BJP 49,182
165 Andheri West Ameet Bhaskar Satam BJP 59,022
166 Andheri East Ramesh Latke Shiv Sena 52,817
167 Vile Parle Parag Alavani BJP 74,270
168 Chandivali Khan Mohammed Arif (Naseem) INC 73,141
169 Ghatkopar West Ram Kadam BJP 80,343
170 Ghatkopar East Prakash Mehta BJP 67,012
171 Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar Abu Asim Azmi SP 41,719
172 Anushakti Nagar Tukaram Ramkrishna Kate Shiv Sena 39,966
173 Chembur Prakash Phaterpekar Shiv Sena 47,410
174 Kurla Mangesh Kudalkar Shiv Sena 41,580
175 Kalina Sanjay Potnis Shiv Sena 30,715
176 Vandre East Bala Sawant Shiv Sena 41,388
177 Vandre West Ashish Shelar BJP 74,779
178 Dharavi Varsha Eknath Gaikwad INC 47,718
179 Sion Koliwada Capt. R Tamil Selvan BJP 40,869
180 Wadala Kalidas Nilkanth Kolambkar INC 38,540
181 Mahim Sada Sarvankar Shiv Sena 46,291
182 Worli Sunil Shinde Shiv Sena 60,625
183 Shivadi Ajay Choudhari Shiv Sena 72,462
184 Byculla Waris Pathan AIMIM 25,314
185 Malabar Hill Mangal Lodha BJP 97,818
186 Mumbadevi Amin Patel INC 39,188
187 Colaba Raj K. Purohit BJP 52,608
188 Panvel Prashant Ramsheth Thakur BJP 125,142
189 Karjat Suresh Narayan Lad NCP 57,013
190 Uran Manohar Bhoir Shiv Sena 56,131
191 Pen Dhairyasheel Mohan Patil PWPI 64,616
192 Alibag "Panditshet" Subhash Patil PWPI 76,959
193 Shrivardhan Avdhoot Anil Tatkare NCP 61,038
194 Mahad Bharatshet Gogawale Shiv Sena 94,408
195 Junnar Sharaddada Bhimaji Sonavane MNS 60,305
196 Ambegaon Dilip Dattatray Walse Patil NCP 120,235
197 Khed Alandi Suresh Gore Shiv Sena 103,207
198 Shirur Pacharne Baburao Kashinath BJP 92,579
199 Daund Rahul Subhashrao Kul RSP 87,649
200 Indapur Dattatray Vithoba Bharne NCP 108,400
201 Baramati Ajit Anantrao Pawar NCP 150,588
202 Purandar Vijay Shivtare Shiv Sena 82,339
203 Bhor Sangram Anantrao Thopate INC 78,602
204 Maval "Bala" - Sanjay Vishwanath Bhegade BJP 95,319
205 Chinchwad Laxman Pandurang Jagtap BJP 123,786
206 Pimpri Gautam Chabukswar Shiv Sena 51,096
207 Bhosari Mahesh Kisan Landge Independent 60,173
208 Vadgaonsheri Jagdish Tukaram Muluk BJP 66,908
209 Shivajinagar Vijay Kale BJP 56,460
210 Kothrud Medha Vishram Kulkarni BJP 98,235
211 Khadakwasla Bhimrao Dhondiba Tapkir BJP 111,531
212 Parvati Madhuri Satish Misal BJP 95,583
213 Hadapsar Yogesh Kundalik Tilekar BJP 82,629
214 Pune Cantonment Dilip Kamble BJP 54,692
215 Kasba Peth Bapat Girish Bhalchandra BJP 73,594
216 Akole Vaibhav Madhukar Pichad NCP 67,696
217 Sangamner "Balasaheb" - Balasaheb Thorat INC 103,564
218 Shirdi Radhakrishna Eknathrao Vikhe Patil INC 121,459
219 Kopargaon Snehalata Kolhe BJP 99,763
220 Shrirampur Bhausaheb Malhari Kamble INC 57,118
221 Nevasa "Dadasaheb" - Balasaheb Damodar Murkute BJP 84,570
222 Shevgaon Monika Rajiv Rajale BJP 134,685
223 Rahuri Shivaji Bhanudas Kardile BJP 91,454
224 Parner Vijayrao Bhaskarrao Auti Shiv Sena 73,263
225 Ahmednagar City Sangram Arun Jagtap NCP 49,378
226 Shrigonda Rahul Kundalikrao Jagtap NCP 99,281
227 Karjat Jamkhed Ram Shankar Shinde BJP 84,058
228 Georai Pawar Laxman Madhavro BJP 136,384
229 Majalgaon "Jija" - R. T. Deshmukh BJP 112,497
230 Beed Jaydattji Sonajirao Kshirsager NCP 77,134
231 Ashti Bhimrao Anandrao Dhonde BJP 120,915
232 Kaij Sangeeta Vijayprakash Thombre BJP 106,834
233 Parli Pankaja Munde BJP 96,904
234 Latur Rural Trimbakrao Shrirangrao Bhise INC 100,897
235 Latur City Amit Deshmukh INC 119,656
236 Ahmadpur Vinayakrao Kishanrao Jadhav Patil Independent 61,957
237 Udgir Sudhakar Sangram Bhalerao BJP 66,686
238 Nilanga Sambhaji Deeliprao Patil Nilangekar BJP 76,817
239 Ausa Basavraj Madhavrao Patil INC 64,237
240 Umarga Dnyanraj Chougule Shiv Sena 65,178
241 Tuljapur Madhukarrao Deorao Chavan INC 70,701
242 Osmanabad Rana Jagjit Sinha Padma Sinha Patil NCP 88,469
243 Paranda Rahul Maharudra Mote NCP 78,548
244 Karmala Narayan Patil Shiv Sena 60,674
245 Madha Babanrao Vitthalrao Shinde NCP 97,803
246 Barshi Dilip Gangadhar Sopal NCP 97,655
247 Mohol Ramesh Nagnath Kadam NCP 62,120
248 Solapur City North Vijay Sidramappa Deshmukh BJP 86,877
249 Solpur City Central Praniti Sushilkumar Shinde INC 46,907
250 Akkalkot Siddharam Satlingappa Mhetre INC 97,333
251 Solapur South Subhash Sureshchandra Deshmukh BJP 70,077
252 Pandharpur Bharat Tukaram Bhalake INC 91,863
253 Sangola Ganpatrao Annasaheb Deshmukh PWPI 94,374
254 Malsiras Hanumant Jagannath Dolas NCP 77,179
255 Phaltan Dipak Pralhad Chavan NCP 92,910
256 Wai Makarand Laxmanrao Jadhav Patil NCP 101,218
257 Koregaon Shashikant Jaywantrao Shinde NCP 95,213
258 Man Jaykumar Bhagwanrao Gore INC 75,708
259 Karad North "Balaso" - Shamrao Pandurang Patil NCP 78,324
260 Karad South Prithviraj Chavan INC 76,831
261 Patan Shambhuraj Desai Shiv Sena 104,419
262 Satara Shivendrasinh Abhaysinh Bhonsle NCP 97,964
263 Dapoli Sanjay Vasant Kadam NCP 52,907
264 Guhagar Jadhav Bhaskar Bhaurao NCP 72,525
265 Chiplun Sadanand Chavan Shiv Sena 75,695
266 Ratnagiri Uday Samant Shiv Sena 93,876
267 Rajapur Rajan Salvi Shiv Sena 76,266
268 Kankavli Nitesh Narayan Rane INC 74,715
269 Kudal Vaibhav Naik Shiv Sena 70,582
270 Sawantwadi Deepak Vasant Kesarkar Shiv Sena 70,902
271 Chandgad Sandhyadevi Krishnarao Desai-Kupakar NCP 51,599
272 Radhanagari Prakashrao Abitkar Shiv Sena 132,485
273 Kagal Hasan Miyalal Mushrif NCP 123,626
274 Kolhapur South Amal Mahadik BJP 107,998
275 Karvir Chandradip Narke Shiv Sena 107,998
276 Kolhapur North Rajesh Vinayakrao Kshirsagar Shiv Sena 69,736
277 Shahuwadi "Aba" - Satyajeet Patil Shiv Sena 74,702
278 Hatkanangale Sujit Minchekar Shiv Sena 89,087
279 Ichalkaranji Suresh Ganpati Halvankar BJP 94,293
280 Shirol Ulhas Patil Shiv Sena 70,809
281 Miraj Sureshbhau Dagadu Khade BJP 93,795
282 Sangli "Sudhir Dada" - Dhananjay Hari Gadgil BJP 80,497
283 Islampur Jayant Rajaram Patil NCP 113,045
284 Shirala Shivajirao Yashwantrao Naik BJP 85,363
285 Palus-Kadegaon Patangrao Kadam INC 112,523
286 Khanapur Anil Babar Shiv Sena 72,849
287 Tasgaon-Kavathe Mahankal R.R. Patil NCP 108,310
288 Jath Vilasrao Narayan Jagtap BJP 72,885

Reactions[edit]

INC spokesman Abhishek Singhvi said: "Let me equally and candidly admit that in Maharashtra, we have had not only real but a perception of corruption also and that has been unfortunately and mostly attributed to our coalition partner. That has got us bad press and negative points. Some of it had been Congress but the overall impact has been negative...it is something very serious and sad and suitably depressing if they (the trends) turn out to be true. We have to take corrective action which we would."[32]

The NCP's losing candidate Nawab Malik[33] added blame for its former alliance partner, the INC: "It all happened because of Chavan. He had no understanding of the issues in Maharashtra, he did not take the right decisions, and he didn't act when he had to. He is responsible for the state of both the Congress and the NCP."[32]

Media

It was speculated that possible government formations would include BJP-Shiv Sena, BJP-NCP or NCP-Shiv Sena with outside support from the INC.[34]

Government formation[edit]

With the BJP having won a plurality, the NCP offered outside support to the BJP, according to Praful Patel.[35] The NCP offer was read as putting the Shiv Sena under pressure by NDTV 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." [36] Finally, BJP and Shiv Sena agreed to come together and form the government.

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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