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Political Parties in Maharashtra List of Chief Minister in Maharashtara List of Governors in Maharashtra
Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Maharashtra Party Wise Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 Latest News And Update
PCs and ACs Elections Results of Maharashtra Rajya Sabha Members from Maharashtra Important dates of Maharashtra Bye Election
Cabinet Ministers of Maharashtra

The assembly bye-polls for the Maharashtra Legislative Council are slated to be held on July 21. The polling will be held for the seat lying vacant for the Maharashtra Legislative Council (MLC) from Jalgaon local authority constituency.

The post from Jalgaon constituency was left vacant when Manish Jain resigned from the post to contest LS elections.

BJP has proposed the name of Anil Chaudhari for by-election from Jalgaon local authority constituency.Important dates about bye-Election

About Maharashtra Assembly Election 2014


Maharashtra, like any other state in India, has specific geographic regions which are represented in its Legislative Assembly. These specific regions are called Assembly constituencies. When the present state of Maharashtra came into existence in May 1960, the
Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha had 264 Assembly constituencies. Out of these 264 constituencies, 217 were for general candidates, 33 constituencies were reserved for candidates who belonged to the Scheduled Castes and 14 were reserved for Scheduled Tribe candidates. The number of assembly constituencies in the state was increased from 264 to 270 in the year 1967, when the third term of the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha was elected. The present number of constituencies in Maharashtra is 288, out of which 235 assembly seats are reserved for candidates belonging to the General category, 28 are reserved for Scheduled Castes and 25 were reserved for the Scheduled Tribes. Each of these constituencies is represented by a Member of the Legislative Assembly, who voices the concerns of that particular constituency in the Vidhan Sabha. Members from each of these Assembly constituencies are elected directly by the voters in the Assembly elections, according to the Universal Adult Franchise. The elections are held after a period of every 5 years, if the Vidhan Sabha is not dissolved sooner. The supervision and responsibility of the elections to these assembly constituencies is carried out by a centralized, Independent statutory body called the Election Commission.

The first assembly elections in Maharashtra were held in 1960 in which Indian National Congress (INC) came out victorious. The state assembly election, 2014 in the state will be held in September-October as the term of 12th Assembly ends on 7 December 2014. The state is divided into 288 constituencies out of which 29 are reserved for the Scheduled Castes and 25 for the Scheduled Tribes. The total of 78,966,642 voters will decide the fate of candidates. The major parties contending the assembly elections are Indian National Congress (INC)-Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) alliance, Bharatiya Janata Party's National Democratic Alliance which includes, Shiv Sena, Republican Party of India (Athvale), Swabhimani Paksha and Rashtriya Samaj Paksha, Maharashtra Navnirman Sena, Samajwadi Party, Peasants and Workers Party of India, Aam Aadmi Party, All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen, Republican Sena and Bahujan Mukti Party.

After the Lok Sabha polls which left Congress in a bad shape, Sharad Pawar-led NCP wants its alliance partner to yield more seats to it to contest in the state assembly elections. Reviewing the preparations of the party for the upcoming elections, the NCP chief asserted that the Congress-NCP alliance is all set to retain power for the fourth consecutive term. In the last assembly elections held in 2009, the NCP contested on 114 seats and Congress on 174. On the other hand, in the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance, Shiv Sena contested on 171 seats and BJP on 117. But after a big win in General Elections 2014, BJP hopes to contest on more seats this time. Nevertheless, both the parties may have to allot some seats to the three other Mahayuti partners which includes Raju Shetty's Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatana, Mahadeo Jankar's Rashtriya Samaj Paksha and Ramdas Athawale-led Republic Party of India (RPI).

In a move to woo voters, Shiv Sena President Uddhav Thackeray has promised to strengthen Mumbai’s infrastructure and provide more open spaces. The party is ready to defeat the 15-year-old Congress-NCP government. The ruling NCP is planning for a major shake-up by bringing in fresh faces.

Maharashtra Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014


The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) proved victorious in the state of Maharashtra which has won 23 Lok sabha seats followed by Shiv Sena which bagged 18 seats in total. The third largest state of the country, Maharashtra, is a political ground for many political parties like Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Shive Sena, NCP etc. Presently, an INC alliance is running the government in Maharashtra and Prithviraj Chavan is the current Chief Minister of the state. Maharashtra has 48 seats for Lok Sabha, out of which five are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes, and four for Scheduled Castes. The 2014 Lok Sabha elections for the 48 constituencies were held in three different phases. All the major parties campaigned hard to woo the Maharashtra voters as the higher number of constituencies and higher vote bank could affect the chances of the parties in the Parliament. The exit polls predicted the victory of BJP in the state.

One of the most famous states of India, Maharashtra is situated in the western parts of India. It is spread over an area of 307,713 sq km, making it the third largest state. Its expansive western coastline comprises the Arabian Sea, while it is bordered to the north by Maharashtra, to the east by Chhattisgarh and to the south by Karnataka. Maharashtra has 48 parliamentary constituencies, among which five are reserved for SCs and four for STs. The main political parties inMaharashtraare the INC, the Shiv Sena, the NCP, and This state has one of the lowest number of voters under the age of 19 years, which is 11 lakh (1.4%). During the 2009 general election, the INC won 17 seats, the Shiv Sena 11 seats, the BJP 9 seats, and the NCP 8 seats. The rest were won by other parties.

Quick facts for Maharashtra General Elections 2014

Parliamentary Constituencies
48
Assembly Constituencies 289
Ruling PartyIndian National Congress
Opposition PartyNationalistCongress Party
Chief MinisterShri Prithviraj Chavan
GovernorK. Sankaranarayanan
Chief Electoral OfficerNITIN GADRE
AddressRoom No. 624 6th Floor Mantralaya Mumbai 400032

Assembly Election in Maharashtra 2014


The Legislative Assembly election for 288 seats in Maharashtrawill also take place along with the Lok Sabha election in 2014. The polling will also coincide: 10 April, 17 April, and 24 April. During the 2009 Legislative Assembly election in Maharashtra, the INC won 82 seats, the NCP 62 seats, the BJP 46 seats, the Shiv Sena 44 seats, the MNS 13 seats, independents 24 seats, and others 17 seats. A new political party that is expected to make its presence felt in the state is the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). Experts are expecting a fractured mandate, with the BJP alliance slightly ahead of the INC-NCP alliance.

About Maharashtra Elections


One of the most famous states of India, Maharashtra is situated in the western parts of India. It is spread over an area of 307,713 sq km, making it the third largest state. Its expansive western coastline comprises the Arabian Sea, while it is bordered to the north by Maharashtra, to the east by Chhattisgarh and to the south by Karnataka. With a population of over 115 million, Maharashtra is the second-most populous state of the country. The capital of Maharashtra is Mumbai, which is considered the industrial capital of India. This metropolitan city, along with its rich political economy, makes Maharashtra the wealthiest state of India, contributing to over 13% of the country’s GDP.

Maharashtra has a rich political tradition. In the 17th century, this was the land of the fearless Marathas, who were considered the chief enemy of the Mughals. Under the undaunted spirit of Shivaji, a true Maratha warrior, a number of wars and political struggles, both against the Mughals, and later the British, took place. The Maratha Empire expanded not only in all of Maharashtra, but in northern India too, especially after the Third Battle of Panipat in 1761, which seriously questioned the Mughal existence in the country. However, the Third Anglo Maratha War, which ended in 1818, led to massive victory of the British and the decline of the Maratha Empire under the Maratha warriors. The British ruled the present region of Maharashtra, along with Gujarat, as a united whole under the name of Bombay Presidency. After the independence of India, many stalwarts, including the radical Dr. Baba Saheb Ambedkar, demanded that the region be divided according to linguistic divisions. Therefore, according to the States Reorganization Act of 1956, the present Maharashtra, which was created on May 1, 1960 was carved out of the united region. Maharashtra was therefore a land of the Marathi-speaking people. This day is called Maharashtra Day. Yashwantrao Chavan of the Congress party became the first Chief Minister of present-day Maharashtra.


Political Parties in Maharashtra



Every election, the two dominant political parties in Maharashtra are the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Shiv Sena. The prominent leaders who have been the most important in the politics of Maharashtra are Bal Thackeray of the Shiv Sena, Sushil Kumar Shinde of the Congress, Nitin Gadkari of the BJP and Sharad Pawar of the NCP. There are 48 Parliamentary constituencies in Maharashtra. The national parties in Maharashtra are:
  • Indian National Congress (INC)
  • Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
  • Communist Party of India, Marxist (CPIM)
  • Communist Party of India (CPI)
  • Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)
The regional parties in Rajasthan are:
  • Shiv Sena
  • Indian National Lok Dal (INLD)
  • Janata Dal (United) - JD(U)
  • Janata Dal (Secular) - JD(S)
  • Republican Left Democratic Front (RIDALOS)
  • Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS)
  • Republican Party of India (RPI)
  • Republican Party of India (Khobragade) - RPK
  • All India Forward Bloc (AIFB)
  • Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation) - CPI (ML) (L)
  • Bahujan Vikas Aghadi (BVA)
  • Samajwadi Party (SP)
  • Lok Jan Shakti Party
  • Peasants and Workers Party of India (PWPI)

Maharastra Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council



Maharastra is one of the few states that have a bicameral legislature, comprising the legislative assembly and the legislative council.

The Maharastra Vidhan Sabha or the State Legislative Assembly is situated in Nariman Point in the capital city of Mumbai. It was first formed in May 1960. There is a total of 289 Assembly constituencies in Maharastra Legislative Assembly, which is represented by 289 MLAs or Members of Parliament. Out of them, 288 MLAs are directly elected and 1 member is nominated. The term of the legislative assembly is five years, if it is not dissolved sooner. Periodic elections are held to elect members of the Vidhan Sabha. There are three sessions of the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly: budget, winter and monsoon. The governor is the nominal head of the state, nominated by the president of India. The chief minister is the head of the government, vested with real executive powers. The CM is also the head of the MLAs. The present speaker of the Maharastra Vidhan Sabha is Dilip Walse Patil from the NCP. The current legislative assembly, which is the 12th assembly of the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha, was elected in 2009.

The Maharashtra Vidhan Parishad or the Legislative Council is situated at Nariman Point in Mumbai. The Vidhan Parishad has 78 members, 12 of whom are nominated by the governor and the rest being indirectly elected through electoral college. It is a continuous house where one-third of the members are subject to retirement every second year. The present chairman of the Vidhan Parishad of the state is Shivajirao Deshmukh, and the deputy chairman is Vasant Davkhare.

List of Chief Minister in Maharashtara


Sl.No.Name of Chief MinistersFromToParty
1Prithviraj ChavanNov 11, 2010PresentINC
2Ashok ChavanNov 7, 2009Nov 9, 2010INC
3Ashok ChavanDec 8, 2008Oct 15, 2009INC
4Vilasrao DeshmukhNov 1, 2004Dec 4, 2008INC
5Sushilkumar ShindeJan 18, 2003Oct 30, 2004INC
6Vilasrao DeshmukhOct 18, 1999Jan 16, 2003INC
7Narayan RaneFeb 1, 1999Oct 17, 1999SHS
8Manohar JoshiMar 14, 1995Jan 31, 1999SHS
9Sharad PawarMar 6, 1993Mar 14, 1995INC
10Sudhakarrao NaikJun 25, 1991Feb 22, 1993INC
11Sharad PawarJun 26, 1988Jun 25, 1991INC
12Shankarrao ChavanMar 12, 1986Jun 26, 1988INC
13Shivajirao Patil NilangekarJun 3, 1985Mar 6, 1986INC
14Vasantdada PatilFeb 2, 1983Jun 1, 1985INC
15Babasaheb BhosaleJan 21, 1982Feb 1, 1983INC
16Abdul Rehman AntulayJun 9, 1980Jan 12, 1982INC
17President's ruleFeb 17, 1980Jun 8, 1980N/A
18Sharad PawarJul 18, 1978Feb 17, 1980PDF
19Vasantdada PatilMar 7, 1978Jul 18, 1978INC
20Vasantdada PatilApr 17, 1977Mar 2, 1978INC
21Shankarrao ChavanFeb 21, 1975Apr 16, 1977INC
22Vasantrao NaikMar 13, 1972Feb 20, 1975INC
23Vasantrao NaikMar 1, 1967Mar 13, 1972INC
24Vasantrao NaikDec 5, 1963Mar 1, 1967INC
25P. K. SawantNov 25, 1963Dec 4, 1963INC
26Marotrao KannamwarNov 20, 1962Nov 24, 1963INC
27Yashwantrao ChavanMay 1, 1960Nov 19, 1962INC


Maharashtra has its own judiciary (the high court), legislature (the legislative assembly) and executive council of ministers with the chief minister at the head. Maharashtra has a 288-member Vidhan Sabha. There are national as well as regional political parties in the state, although the political scene is dominated by the Congress. The Shiv Sena, along with the BJP, has equal importance in Maharashtra’s politics. The present chief minister of Maharashtra is Prithiraj Chavan of the Congress. The present Governor of the state is Kateekal Sankaranarayanan.

List of Governors in Maharashtra



Sl.No.Name of GovernorsFromTo
1Kateekal SankaranarayananJan 22, 2010Present
2S.C. JamirMar 9, 2008Jan 22, 2010
3S.M. KrishnaDec 12, 2004Mar 5, 2008
4Mohammed FazalOct 10, 2002Dec 5, 2004
5Dr. P.C. AlexanderJan 12, 1993Jul 13, 2002
6Dr. C SubramaniamFeb 15, 1990Jan 9, 1993
7Kasu Brahmananda ReddyFeb 20, 1988Jan 18, 1990
8Dr. Shankar Dayal SharmaApr 3, 1986Sep 2, 1987
9Kona Prabhakara RaoMay 31, 1985Apr 2, 1986
10Air Chief Marshal I H LatifMar 6, 1982Apr 16, 1985
11Air Chief Marshal O P MehraNov 3, 1980Mar 5, 1982
12Sri Sadiq AliApr 30, 1977Nov 3, 1980
13Ali Yavar JungFeb 26, 1970Dec 11, 1976
14Dr P V CherianNov 14, 1964Nov 8, 1969
15Vijayalakshmi PanditNov 28, 1962Oct 18, 1964
16Dr P. SubbarayanApr 17, 1962Oct 6, 1962
17Sri Prakasa19561962
18Dr Harekrushna Mahatab19551956
19Sir Girija Shankar Bajpai, KCSI, KBE, CIE19521954
20Raja Sir Maharaj Singh, CIE19481952
21The Rt. Hon. Sir John Colville, PC, GCIE19431948

Cabinet Ministers of Maharashtra


Name of MinistersMinisteries
Prithviraj ChavanChief Minister, General Administration also Minister for Information and Public Relations Urban Development, Transport and Mines, Marathi Language
Ajit PawarDeputy Chief Minister and Finance& Planning and Energy
Narayan RaneIndustries, Ports, Employment & Self-employment
Chhagan BhujbalPublic Works [excluding Public Undertakings) and Tourism
R R PatilHome Affairs
Dr. Patangrao KadamForests, Rehabilitation & Relief Works, Earthquake Rehabilitation
Shivajirao MogheSocial Justice, Welfare of Nomadic, De-Notified Tribes & Other Backward Classes and De-addiction Activities.
Radhakrishna Vikhe-PatilAgriculture and Marketing
Jayant Rajaram PatilRural Development
Harshwardhan PatilCooperation and Parliamentary Affairs
Ganesh NaikState Excise and Non-conventional Energy
Balasaheb ThoratRevenue and Khar Lands
Dilip SopalWater Supply and Sanitations
Anil DeshmukhFood & Civil Supplies and Consumer Protection
Jaydatt KshirsagarPublic Works [public undertakings]
Manohar NaikFood & Drugs Administration
Dr.Jitendra AwhadMedical Education and Horticulture
Sunil TatkareWater Resources [excluding Krishna Valley Irrigation Corporation]
Shashikant ShindeWater Resources [Krishna Valley Irrigation Corporation]
Madhukarrao PichadTribal Development
Rajesh TopeHigher & Technical Education
Rajendra DardaSchool Education
Naseem KhanTextiles, Minorities Development
Suresh ShettyPublic Health & Family Welfare and Protocol
Hassan MusharifLabour and Special Assistance
Dr.Nitin Kashinath RautEmployment Guarantee Scheme and Water Conservation
Madhukar ChavanAnimal Husbandry, Dairy Development and Fisheries
Smt.Varsha GaikwadWomen and Child Development
Sanjay DevtaleEnvironment and Cultural Affairs


Rajya Sabha Members from Maharashtra


NamePartyTermNamePartyTerm
Shri Ramdas AthawaleRepublican Party of India (A) 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020Smt. Vandana Chavan Nationalist Congress Party 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018
Shri Husain Dalwai Indian National Congress 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020Shri Vijay Jawaharlal Darda Indian National Congress 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016
Shri Murli Deora Indian National Congress 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020Shri Anil Desai Shiv Sena 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018
Shri Rajkumar Dhoot Shiv Sena 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020Shri Piyush Goyal Bharatiya Janata Party 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016
Shri Ishwarlal Shankarlal JainNationalist Congress Party 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016Shri Sanjay Dattatraya Kakade Independent & Others 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020
Shri Majeed Memon Nationalist Congress Party 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020Shri Avinash Pande Indian National Congress 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016
Smt. Rajani Patil Indian National Congress 10/01/2013 to 02/04/2018Shri Sharad Pawar Nationalist Congress Party 03/04/2014 to 02/04/2020
Shri Sanjay Raut Shiv Sena 05/07/2010 to 04/07/2016Shri Ajay Sancheti Bharatiya Janata Party 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018
Shri Rajeev Shukla Indian National Congress 03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018Shri D.P. TripathiNationalist Congress Party03/04/2012 to 02/04/2018

Contact details: First Floor, New Administrative Building Hutatma Rajguru Chowk Madam Cama Road Mumbai - 400 032
Phone: (022) 22846720, (022) 22045075
Fax: (022) 22846719, (022) 22046909, (022) 22846720
Email: stateelectioncommission@gmail.com
Website: http://www.mahasec.com/eng/main.asp

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Maharashtra



Ntin Ramchandra Gadre is the Chief Electoral Officer ofMaharashtra.

Contact details: Room No. 624 6th Floor, Mantralaya Mumbai - 400 032
Phone: (022) 22025059
Mobile: 9850406113
Fax: (022) 22835698
Website: http://ceo.maharashtra.gov.in

Important dates of Maharashtra Bye Election [Lagislative Council Seat]



S. No.Particulars of EventsDate
1Issue of Notification17th June, 2014 (Tuesday)
2Last Date of Making Nominations24th June, 2014 (Tuesday)
3Scrutiny of nominations25th June, 2014 (Wednesday)
4Last date of withdrawal of candidates27th June, 2014 (Friday)
5Date of poll11th July, 2014 (Friday)
6Hours of poll8:00 AM to 4:00 PM
7Counting of Votes14th July, 2014 (Monday)


Maharashtra 16th General Elections Latest News And Update

Hurt by Rane's personal comments: Prithviraj Chavan
July 30, 2014 09:40 AM
Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan said that he was hurt by former industry minister Narayan Rane's personal comments against him. "Yes, I was hurt when Narayan Rane made personal comments against me but the interest of my party was my priority," Chavan said in an interview with IBN Lokmat news channel.   Source: IANS
Congress faces a severe blow in Assam and Maharashtra
July 22, 2014 05:01 PM
Congress which was still in the shock of defeat of 2014 General Elections is faced with another challenge. Ministers from Assam and Maharashtra rebelled against the Congress and submitted their resignations. In Assam, Health and Education Minister, Himanta Biswa Sarma resigned claiming that he cannot work under the leadership of CM Tarun Gogoi. Sarma was accompanied by 38 other MLAs during his meeting with the Governor. In Maharashtra, Narayan Rane resigned from the cabinet slamming CM Prithviraj Chavan for his laxity in decision making. As per the reports, both Sarma and Rane are CM aspirants.
US-style poll campaign may not work in Maharashtra: Chavan
July 12, 2014 11:09 AM
Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan expressed doubts whether a US presidential style of campaigning adopted by the BJP in the last Lok Sabha elections would be replicated in the upcoming state assembly elections. "Narendra Modi was branded like a product, a soap or a toothpaste, which apparently clicked with the voters... This type of campaign was new to the Congress," Chavan said, addressing media-persons, a day after the party decided not to replace him before the state assembly elections. Source: IANS
Bullet Trains in Mumbai - Ahmedabad Sector
July 08, 2014 12:55 PM
High speed bullet trains announced by Railway Minister D. V. Sadanand Gowda for Mumbai - Ahmedabad Sector and allocates Rs 100 crore for high speed railway networks. A long cherished dream about to be achieved says GowdaSource: various media sources. 
Maharashtra NCP eyes CM's post
July 04, 2014 09:23 AM
Attempting to build up pressure on the Congress, alliance partner NCP indicated here that it would insist on the post of chief minister if it secured more seats in the ensuing Maharashtra assembly elections. Newly-appointed Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) state president Sunil Tatkare told media persons that the party would also make its demand to contest 144 seats - or 50 percent - of the total 288 seats in the legislature. "We are very clear on this. If we secure more seats, we will insist on having our CM," Tatkare said in his maiden press conference after taking over his new assignment. Source: IANS

Maharashtra Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 - Party wise


Shown below are the number of seats won by BJP, INC, AAP and others in Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections 2014.

Maharashtra 2014 Party Wise Results
Below shown is the result for all important candidates for Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections 2014.
Gopinath Munde
BJP constituency:Beed
Votes so far: 635995
Praful Patel
NCP constituency:Bhandara-Gondiya
Votes so far: 456875
Priya Dutt
INC constituency:Mumbai-North-Central
Votes so far: 291764
Medha Patkar
AAP constituency:Mumbai-North-East
Votes so far: 76451
Mllind Deora
INC constituency:Mumbai-South
Votes so far: 246632
Nitin Gadkari
BJP constituency:Nagpur
Votes so far: 378346
Sushil Kumar Shinde
INC constituency:Solapur
Votes so far: 368205
Supriya Sule
NCP constituency:Baramati
Votes so far: 521562

Shown below is the list of winner/runnerup candidates of all parliamentary constituencies ofMaharashtra with their party name and symbol along with the votes secured by each candidate.

ConstituencyStatusNamePartyVote
Nandurbar WinnerDr. Heena Vijay Kumar Gavit
BJP
579486
Runner upGavit Manikrao Hodlya
INC
472581
Thane WinnerVichare Rajan Baburao
SHS
595364
Runner upSanjeev Ganesh Naik
NCP
314065
Mumbai-North WinnerGopal Chinayya Shetty
BJP
664004
Runner upSanjay Brijkishorlal Nirupam
INC
217422
Nashik WinnerGodse Hemant Tukaram
SHS
494735
Runner upChhagan Bhujbal
NCP
307399
Palghar WinnerAdv. Chintaman Navasha Wanga
BJP
334623
Runner upBaliram Sukur Jadhav *
BVA
293681
Parbhani WinnerSanjay Jadhav
SHS
578455
Runner upBhambale Vijay Manikrao
NCP
451300
Jalna WinnerDanve Raosaheb Dadarao
BJP
507449
Runner upAutade Vilas Keshavrao
INC
384630
Yavatmal-Washim WinnerBhavna Gawli
SHS
477905
Runner upShivajirao Moghe
INC
384089
Chandrapur WinnerAhir Hansraj Gangaram
BJP
508049
Runner upDeotale Sanjay Wamanrao
INC
271780
Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg WinnerVinayak Bhaurao Raut
SHS
493088
Runner upDr Nilesh Narayan Rane
INC
343037
Amravati WinnerAdsul Anandrao Vithoba
SHS
467212
Runner upNavneet Ravi Rana
NCP
329280
Bhandara-Gondiya WinnerNanabhau Falgunrao Patole
BJP
606129
Runner upPraful Patel
NCP
456875
Shirdi WinnerLokhande Sadashiv Kisan
SHS
532936
Runner upBhausaheb Rajaram Wakchaure
INC
333014
Solapur WinnerSharad Bansode
BJP
517879
Runner upSushil Kumar Shinde
INC
368205
Wardha WinnerRamdas Chandrabhanji Tadas
BJP
537518
Runner upMeghe Sagar Dattatraya
INC
321735
Maval WinnerAppa Alias Shrirang Chandu Barne
SHS
512226
Runner upJagtap Laxmanbhau Pandurang *
PWPI
354829
Beed WinnerGopinath Munde
BJP
635995
Runner upDhas Suresh Ramchandra
NCP
499541
Satara WinnerShrimant Chh. Udayanraje Pratapsinha Bhonsale
NCP
522531
Runner upPurushottam Jadhav
IND
155937
Raver WinnerKhadase Raksha Nikhil
BJP
605452
Runner upManishdada Jain
NCP
287384
Mumbai-South WinnerArvind Sawant
SHS
374780
Runner upMllind Deora
INC
246632
Pune WinnerAnil Shirole
BJP
569825
Runner upDr.Vishwajeet Patangrao Kadam
INC
254056
Hingoli WinnerRajeev Shankarrao Satav
INC
467397
Runner upSubhash Wankhede
SHS
465765
Dhule WinnerDr. Bhamre Subhash Ramrao
BJP
529450
Runner upAmrishbhai Rasiklal Patel
INC
398727
Mumbai-North-West WinnerGajanan Chandrakant Kirtikar
SHS
464820
Runner upKamat Gurudas Vasant
INC
281792
Mumbai-North-East WinnerDr. Kirit Somaiya
BJP
525285
Runner upSanjay Dina Patil
NCP
208163
Kalyan WinnerDr.Shrikant Eknath Shinde
SHS
440892
Runner upAnand Prakash Paranjpe
NCP
190143
Bhiwandi WinnerKapil Moreshwar Patil
BJP
411070
Runner upVishwanath Ramchandra Patil
INC
301620
Baramati WinnerSupriya Sule
NCP
521562
Runner upMahadev Jagannath Jankar
RSP
451843
Hatkanangle WinnerRaju Shetty *
SWP
640428
Runner upAwade Kallappa Baburao
INC
462618
Aurangabad WinnerChandrakant Bhaurao Khaire
SHS
519656
Runner upPatil Nitin Suresh
INC
358902
Dindori WinnerChavan Harishchandra Deoram
BJP
542784
Runner upDr Bharti Pravin Pawar
NCP
295165
Ramtek WinnerKrupal Balaji Tumane
SHS
100954
Runner upMukul Wasnik
INC
344101
Gadchiroli-Chimur WinnerAshok Mahadeorao Nete
BJP
535982
Runner upDr Namdeo Usendi
INC
299112
Osmanabad WinnerGaikwad Ravindra Vishwanath
SHS
607699
Runner upPatil Padmasinha Bajirao
NCP
373374
Sangli WinnerSanjaykaka Patil
BJP
611563
Runner Up-----------
Buldhana WinnerPrataprao Jadhav
SHS
509145
Runner upIngle Krushanarao Ganpatrao
NCP
349566
Nagpur WinnerNitin Gadkari
BJP
378346
Runner upVilas Muttemwar
INC
302939
Shirur WinnerAdhalrao Shivaji Dattatrey
SHS
643415
Runner upNikam Devdatta Jaywant
NCP
341601
Latur WinnerDr. Sunil Baliram Gayakwad
BJP
616509
Runner Up-----------
Kolhapur WinnerDhananjay Bhimrao Mahadik
NCP
607665
Runner upSanjay Sadashiv Mandalik
SHS
574406
Akola WinnerDhotre Sanjay Shamrao
BJP
456472
Runner upPatel Hidayat Ulla Barkat Ulla
INC
253356
Raigad WinnerAnant Geete
SHS
346585
Runner upTatkare Sunil Dattatrey
NCP
394068
Ahmadnagar WinnerGandhi Dilipkumar Mansukhlal
BJP
605185
Runner upRajeev Appasaheb Rajale
NCP
396063
Nanded WinnerAshok Shankarrao Chavan
INC
377573
Runner upD.B. Patil
BJP
411620
Madha WinnerMohite Patil Vijaysinh Shankarrao
NCP
489989
Runner upSadabhau Ramchandra Khot *
SWP
464645
Jalgaon WinnerA.T. Nana Patil
BJP
647773
Runner upAnnasaheb Dr.Satish Bhaskarrao Patil
NCP
264248
Mumbai-South-Central WinnerRahul Ramesh Shewale
SHS
381275
Runner upEknath M. Gaikwad
INC
242933
Mumbai-North-Central Winner Poonam Mahajan
BJP
478539
Runner up Priya Dutt
INC
291764

Last Updated on July 01, 2014


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