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Maharashtra Legislative Council
महाराष्ट्र विधान परिषद
6th Assembly
Type
Type
Leadership
Chairman
Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar, NCP
Since 8 July 2016 [2]
Deputy Chairman
Manikrao Thakre [1], INC
Since 5 August 2016
Leader of House
Chandrakant Bacchu Patil, BJP
Since 8 July 2016
Leader of Opposition
Dhananjay Munde, NCP
Since 8 July 2016
Structure
Seats

78

Government (24)

  •      BJP(16)
  •      SS(8)

Opposition (54)

MAHARASHTRA LEGISLATIVE COUNCIL.svg
Meeting place
Maharashtra Legislative Council
Website

http://www.maharashtra.gov.in

http://www.mls.org.in
Vidhana Bhavan in Mumbai (summer session)
Vidhan Bhavan, Nagpur, the auxiliary seat of the Maharashtra Vidhan Parishad

The Maharashtra Vidhan Parishad or Maharashtra State Legislative Council is the upper house of the bicameral legislature of Maharashtra state in western India.

Location[edit]

The seat of the Vidhan Parishad is situated at the Nariman Point area of South Mumbai in the capital Mumbai. The budget session and the monsoon session are convened in Mumbai whereas the winter session is convened in the auxiliary capital Nagpur.

Composition of Legislative Council[edit]

Legislative Council shall consist of not less than 40 members or maximum one-third of the total number of members in the legislative assembly, chosen in the manner provided in this section.

  1. 30 members shall be elected by the members of the Legislative Assembly
  2. 7 members are elected from amongst graduates from seven divisions of Maharashtra ( Mumbai, Amravati Division, Nashik Division, Aurangabad Division, Konkan Division, Nagpur Division and Pune Division)
  3. 7 members are elected from amongst teachers from seven divisions of Maharashtra ( Mumbai, Amravati Division, Nashik Division, Aurangabad Division, Konkan Division, Nagpur Division and Pune Division)
  4. 22 members are elected from amongst the local bodies of Maharashtra from 21 divisions of Maharashtra ( Mumbai (2 seats) and one seat each from Ahmednagar, Akola-cum-Washim-cum-Buldhana, Amravati, Aurangabad-cum-Jalna, Bhandara- Gondiya, Dhule-cum-Nandurbar, Jalgaon, Kolhapur, Mumbai, Mumbai, Nagpur, Nanded, Nashik, Osmanabad-cum-Latur-cum-Beed, Parbhani-Hingoli, Pune, Raigad-cum-Ratnagiri-cum-Sindhudurg, Sangli-cum-Satara, Solapur, Thane, Wardha-cum-Chandrapur-cum-Gadhchiroli and Yavatmal)
  5. 12 members having special knowledge or practical experience in respect of matters such as literature, science, art, co-operative movement and social serviceshall be nominated by the Governor

It is a continuous House and not subject to dissolution. However, one-third of its members retire every second year and are replaced by new members. As such a member enjoys a tenure of six years. The members of the Vidhan Parishad elect its Chairman and Deputy Chairman.

Current leaders[edit]

Current Chairman is Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar and Deputy Chairman is Vasant Davkhare (retired from the House on 8th June 2016). Leader of the House is Eknath Khadse and Leader of Opposition is Dhananjay Munde.[3] New elections have taken place for Maharashtra MLCs and the results were declared on 30th December 2015. [4]

Constituencies and members[edit]

See here the List of members of the Maharashtra Legislative Council - ( Past and Present members ).

The following are the constituencies of the Maharashtra Vidhan Parishad:[5]

Elected by Vidhan Sabha Members (31)[edit]

[6]

# Member Political Party Term
1 Manikrao Thakare INC (July 2012 - July 2018)
2 Sharad Namdev Ranpise INC (28 July 2012 - 27 July 2018[7])
3 Jayant Prabhakar Patil PWP (28 July 2012 - 27 July 2018[7])
4 Jaidev Gaikwad NCP (28 July 2012 - 27 July 2018[7])
5 Narendra Patil NCP (28 July 2012 - 27 July 2018)
6 Amarsinh Pandit NCP (28 July 2012 - 27 July 2018)
7 Anil Parab Shiv Sena (28 July 2012 - 27 July 2018[7])
8 Vijay Girkar BJP (28 July 2012 - 27 July 2018)[7]
9 Chandrakant Batesingh Raghuvanshi INC (Apr 2014 - Apr 2020)
10 Harisingh Rathod INC (Apr 2014 - Apr 2020)
11 Sanjay Dutt INC (Jul 2012 - Jul 2018)
12 Hemant Takle NCP (April 2014 - April 2020)
13 Diwakar Raote Shiv Sena (Jul 2016 - Jul 2022)
14 Vinayak Mete BJP (July 2016- July 2022)
15 Shivajirao Bapusaheb Deshmukh INC (Apr 2014- Apr 2020)
16 Neelam Gorhe Shiv Sena (Apr 2014 - Apr 2020)
17 Pandurang Phundkar BJP (Apr 2014 - Apr 2020)
18 Narayan Rane INC (July 2016 - July 2022)
19 Pravin Darekar BJP (July 2016 - July 2022)
20 R. N. Singh BJP (July 2016 - July 2022)
21 Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar NCP (July 2016-July 2022)
22 Sujitsingh Thakur BJP (July 2016 - July 2022)
23 Dhananjay Munde NCP ( Jul 2016- jun 2022)
24 Sadabhau Khot BJP (Jul 2016 - Jun 2022)
25 Smita Wagh BJP (Jan 2015 - Apr 2020)
26 Anil Sole BJP (Apr 2014 - Apr 2020)
27 Subhash Desai Shiv Sena (July 2016 - July 2022) [8]
28 Anand Thakur NCP (April 2014 - April 2020)
29 Kiran Pawaskar NCP (April 2014 - April 2020)
30 Mahadev Jankar RSP (Jan 2015 - Jul 2018)
31 Sunil Tatkare NCP (Aug 2014 - Jul 2018)

Local Authorities' constituencies (22)[edit]

# Constituency Member Political Party Term
1 Mumbai Local Authorities (1) Ramdas Kadam Shiv Sena (2016-2022)[9][10]
2 Mumbai Local Authorities (2) Bhai Jagtap INC ((2016-2022)
3 Dhule-cum-Nandurbar Local Authorities Amrish Patel INC (2016-2022)
4 Nagpur Local Authorities Girish Vyas BJP (2016-2022)
5 Ahmednagar Local Authorities Arunkaka Jagtap NCP (2016-2022)
6 Solapur Local Authorities Prashant Paricharak Independent (Jan 2016 - Jan 2022)
7 Kolhapur Local Authorities Satej Patil INC (2016-2022)
8 Akola-cum-Washim-cum-Buldhana Local Authorities Gopikishan Bajoria Shiv Sena (2016-2022)[9] [11]
9 Jalgaon Local Authorities Gurumukhdas Jagwani BJP (Jun 2014- Dec 2016)[12]
10 Nashik Local Authorities Jaywantrao Jadhav NCP (July 2012 - July 2018)
11 Thane Local Authorities Ravindra Phatak Shiv Sena (8 Jun 2016 – 7 Jun 2022) [13]
12 Raigad-cum-Ratnagiri-cum-Sindhudurg Local Authorities Anil Tatkare NCP (1 June 2012 - 31 May,2018)
13 Pune Local Authorities Anil Shivajirao Bhosale NCP (July 2010 - July 2016)
14 Sangli-cum-Satara Local Authorities Prabhakar Gharge NCP (December 2010 - December 2016)
15 Osmanabad-cum-Latur-cum-Beed Local Authorities Diliprao Deshmukh INC (2012–2018).[14]
16 Aurangabad-cum-Jalna Local Authorities Subhash Zambad INC (Aug 2013– Aug 2019)
17 Parbhani-Hingoli Local Authorities Abdullah Latif Khan alais Babajani Durrani NCP (22 June, 2012 - 21 June, 2018)
18 Nanded Local Authorities Amarnath Rajurkar INC (Dec 2010 - Dec 2016)
19 Amravati Local Authorities Pravin Pote BJP (Jun 2012 - Jun 2018)
20 Yavatmal Local Authorities Sandeep Bajoria NCP (Dec 2010 - Dec 2016)[15]
21 Wardha-cum-Chandrapur-cum-Gadhchiroli Local Authorities Mitesh Bhangdia BJP (Jun 2012 - Jun 2018)
22 Bhandara Gondia Local Authorities Rajendra Jain NCP (Dec 2010 - Dec 2016)

Teachers' constituencies (7)[edit]

# Constituency Member Political Party Term
1 Mumbai Teachers Kapil Patil Lok Bharti ( July 2012 - July 2018)
2 Konkan Division Teachers Ramnath Mote Independent (Dec 2010 - Dec 2016)
3 Pune Division Teachers Dattatraya Sawant Independent (Jul 2014 - Jul 2020)
4 Nashik Division Teachers Apurva Prashant Hiray Independent ( July 2012- July 2018)[16]
5 Aurangabad Division Teachers Vikram Kale NCP (December 2010 - December 2016)
6 Amravati Division Teachers Vasantrao Dadarao Khotre Independent (Apr 2014 - Apr 2020)[17]
7 Nagpur Division Teachers Nago G Ganar Independent (Dec 2010 - Dec 2016)

Graduates' constituencies (6)[edit]

[18]

# Constituency Member Political Party Term
1 Mumbai Graduates Deepak Sawant Shiv Sena (July 2012- July 2018)
2 Konkan Division Graduates Niranjan Davkhare NCP ( July 2012- July 2018)[16]
3 Pune Division Graduates Chandrakant Bacchu Patil BJP (July 2014- July 2020)
4 Nashik Division Graduates Dr. Sudhir Tambe INC (Dec 2010- Dec 2016)
5 Aurangabad Division Graduates Satish Chavan NCP (July 2014- July 2020)
6 Amravati Division Graduates Dr.Ranjit Patil BJP (Dec 2010- Dec 2016)[17]

Governor Nominated (12)[edit]

# Member Political Party Term
1 Prakash Suryabhan Gajbhiye NCP (June 2014 - June 2020)
2 Vidya Ajit Chavan NCP (June 2014 - June 2020)
3 Rahul Narvekar NCP (June 2014 - June 2020)
4 Khwaja Baig NCP (June 2014 - June 2020)
5 Ramrao Wadkute NCP (June 2014 - June 2020)
6 Jagannath Shinde NCP (June 2014 - June 2020)
7 Husnbanu Nizammuddin Khalif INC (June 2014 - June 2020)
    Mohd Sofiyan Mohd Rauf not slect for mlc from local authorities Beed dist.(no recemonded from cm office mumbai
8 Anant Gadgil INC (June 2014 - June 2020)
9 Janardan Chandurkar INC (June 2014 - June 2020)
10 Anandrao Raghoji Patil INC (June 2014 - June 2020)
11 Ramhari Govindrao Rupanvar INC (June 2014 - June 2020)
12 Jogendra Kawade PRP (June 2014 - June 2020) [19]

Current Composition of Legislative Council[edit]

Party Seats
Nationalist Congress Party 26
Indian National Congress 19
Bharatiya Janata Party 16
Shivsena 08
Independent 06
Lok Bharati 01
Peasants and Workers Party of India 01
Peoples Republican Party 01

See also[edit]

References[edit]

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  2. ^ http://www.business-standard.com/article/pti-stories/nimbalkar-re-elected-as-maharashtra-council-chairman-116070800379_1.html
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  4. ^ "Maharashtra Legislative Council". infoelections.com. 
  5. ^ "The Delimitation of Council Constituencies 2 (Maharashtra) Order, 1951" (PDF). Ministry of Law and Justice, Government of India. 
  6. ^ http://www.dnaindia.com/india/report-maharashtra-council-polls-narayan-rane-among-10-candidates-elected-unopposed-2219613
  7. ^ a b c d e "11 candidates set to get elected unopposed to Maharashtra Council". The Economic Times, Mumbai. 
  8. ^ "by-polls Subhash Desai and 3 others elected to Maharashtra Legislative Council". 
  9. ^ a b "Congress, Sena bag Council seats in Mumbai; BJP man loses". Daily News and Analysis, Mumbai. 
  10. ^ "2015 विधान परिषदेच्या विजयी उमेदवाराची यादी". ibnlokmat.tv. 
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  12. ^ http://jalgaon.nic.in/htmldocs/publicrepresentatives.htm
  13. ^ http://maharashtratimes.indiatimes.com/maharashtra/thane-kokan-news/thane/shivsenas-ravindra-phatak-defeats-vasant-davkhare-in-mlc-election/articleshow/52615803.cms
  14. ^ "Results of MLC elections from Local Authority - 2006" (PDF). Chief Electoral Officer, Govt of Maharashtra. 
  15. ^ http://www.rediff.com/news/1998/nov/16maha.htm
  16. ^ a b "Maharashtra Council polls: Davkhare, Sawant, Patil win". 
  17. ^ a b "MLC from Akola-Washim-Buldhana". District Collector, Akola, Govt of Maharashtra. 
  18. ^ "Legislature - MLC". Govt of Maharashtra. 
  19. ^ http://maharashtralegislature.org.in/pdf/councilM2014.pdf