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Congress challenges constitutional validity of Fadnavis government
November 27, 2014 10:52 AM
The Congress' Maharashtra unit Wednesday moved Bombay High Court challenging the constitutional validity of the Devendra Fadnavis-led BJP government and seeking its dismissal.Former minister M. Naseem Khan filed a writ petition before the court questioning the constitutional validity of the nearly month-old government and terming it as "illegal".Khan said that the vote of confidence in the assembly Nov 12 was passed by a voice vote."Nobody knows how many MLAs (legislators) voted in favour of the government or against it in the voice vote. Our stand is that this remains a minority government which does not enjoy the confidence of the house and must be dismissed immediately," he contended. (IANS)  
"Be ready to face snap polls in Maharashtra" : Sharad Pawar
November 18, 2014 12:48 PM
NCP president Sharad Pawar has asked party workers to be prepared for snap polls in Maharashtra considering the political situation after the recent assembly elections in Maharashtra. "Having a stable government in Maharashtra isn't NCP's responsibility," said Pawar. He has also alleged that some people within the BJP were behind the rise of Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (MIM) party in the State. 
Uddhav Thackrey seeks RSS help to mediate
November 17, 2014 02:59 PM
Speculation was rife in that the RSS is going to intervene in the Sena-BJP spat over power-sharing in Maharashtra.Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray is reportedly going to hold talks with RSS chief Mohan Bhagwat since the Sena wants the RSS to intervene as it is keen to join the Fadnavis ministry in the state. Maharashtra CM Fadnavis said  "We have always stated that the BJP is willing for negotiations with the Sena," . (News Reports)
Maharashtra to move SC over Maratha, Muslim quota
November 15, 2014 04:59 PM
Worried by the political fall-out of the Bombay High Court injunction on reservations for Marathas and Muslims, the Maharashtra government plans to move the Supreme Court, officials said on Saturday. The decision came during an all-party meeting convened by Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis on the issue on Saturday morning. The government has decided to form a high-level committee of legal experts to study the issue, besides another committee with representatives of all political parties. Source : IANS
Shiv Sena lodges protest
November 14, 2014 09:08 AM
Shiv Sena on Thursday submitted a memorandum to Maharashtra Governor C.V. Rao highlighting alleged irregularities and violation of norms by the BJP to win the vote of confidence in the assembly.A delegation led by Leader of Opposition Eknath Shinde and others called on Rao to lodge their protest and point out the alleged violations whereby Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis' government secured the trust vote.The delegation explained the manner in which assembly Speaker Haribhau Bagde conducted the proceedings, changing the business agenda and did not permit the opposition to have its say on the demand for a poll.Accordingly, the delegation said that it is not clear whether the minority BJP government with the support of only 122 legislators actually enjoys the backing of 145 MLAs, which is required for a simple majority.(IANS)  

Previous Results for Maharashtra Assembly Elections


2009 Assembly Election Result
Party NameSeat
Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi2
Bharatiya Janata Party46
Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangh1
Communist Party of India (Marxist)1
Independent24
Indian National Congress82
Jan Surajya Shakti2
Loksangram1
Maharashtra Navnirman Sena13
Nationalist Congress Party62
Peasants And Workers Party of India4
Rashtriya Samaj Paksha1
Samajwadi Party4
Shivsena44
Swabhimani Paksha1
Total288

2004 Assembly Election Result
Party NameSeat
Bhartiya Janta Party54
Communist Party of India3
Indian National Congress69
National Congress Party71
Shivasena62
Akhil Bharatiya Sena1
Bharipa Bahujan Mahasangha1
Jan Surajya Shakti4
Independent 19
Peasants And Workers Party of India2
Republican Party of India (A)1
Swatantra Bharat Paksha1
Total288

Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha Election Summary 2014


Low Voter Turnout Increases the prospects of Hung Verdict in Maharashtra

As opposed to the northern state of Haryana where more than 70 percent voter turnout was recorded, polling ended peacefully in Maharashtra on October 15 evening, with around 64 percent of the state's 8.35 crore voters exercising their franchise for the 288 assembly seats. As many as 4,119 candidates are in the fray for these seats, these include 276 women.

The electorate also voted for the lone Lok Sabha by-elections for Beed parliamentary seat which was left vacant due to the untimely death of senior BJP leader Gopinath Munde.

The assembly election in Maharashtra this time has pitted the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), against virtually every party – Shiv Sena, the Congress, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and the Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS). The BJP’s campaign was spearheaded by Prime Minister Narendra Modi. So, the poll becomes a test case for the effectiveness of Modi factor in the current Indian politics.

Also, it is a matter of prestige for the Shiv Sena, which is headed by a very bitter Uddhav Thackeray who fiercely criticised the BJP for breaking their 25-year-old alliance. The stakes are equally high for the Congress, as it can ill-afford to lose this politically crucial state. Sharad Pawar’s NCP too would like to score an impressive tally so that it remains in the reckoning for the government formation in the state.

The counting of votes will take place on October 19.

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.

Quick facts for Maharashtra Elections 2014

Parliamentary Constituencies
48
Assembly Constituencies288
Ruling PartyBharatiya Janata Party
Opposition PartyNationalist Congress Party
Chief MinisterDevendra Fadnavis
GovernorC Vidyasagar Rao
Chief Electoral OfficerNitin Gadre
AddressRoom No. 624, 6th Floor Mantralaya, Mumbai-400032
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.

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About Maharashtra Assembly (Vidhan Sabha)


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 stage set for Maharashtra Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections 2014



The first Assembly elections in Maharashtra were held in 1960 in which Indian National Congress (INC) came out victorious. The Assembly elections 2014 in the state will be held on October 15 as the term of the 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.

Maharashtra 2014 assembly elections will be very different from those in the past 25 years. This election will see 4 major parties contesting for Assembly Elections, as compared to the previous 25 years, which saw 2 major alliances contesting polls. The 4 major parties have all decided to get rid of their alliances, and contest elections as independent parties, making the elections an "open lottery". First to break the alliance on 25th September 2014 were Shiv Sena and BJP (Bharatiya Janta Party) who ended the oldest alliance in Maharashtra and in India "Mahayuti", which began prominent when BJP president Amit Shah decided to cancel his Mumbai visit. However BJP in a statement said that they would continue its alliance with Swabhimani Shetkari Sanghatna, Rashtriya Samaj Party and Shiv Sangram Sanghatna. BJP’s Maharashtra President, Devendra fadnavis stated that, the reasons for ending the alliance was due to Shiv Sena's persistent need of the CM being from their party, alongside Shiv Sena's proposals also didn't seem too convincing.


Where as for the NCP and congress's "democratic front", the decision to go independent after 15 years, taken barely two hours after BJP-Shiv Sena decision to end alliance seems unclear, since both parties don’t seem in the state to win elections independently and also in the previous months, 50 plus leaders of NCP had decided to leave the party and join hands with BJP or Shiv Sena. However, tension had started to mount between the two parties, when former Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan was named in the Adarsh scam report, and he made an unanticipated move to cut the powers of NCP leaders, especially that of Ajit pawar. After congress decided to end the alliance, is when the blame game started, with NCP's Maharashtra President, Sunil Tatkare, stating that congress had deceived their trust by declaring seats without consulting the NCP. And Ajit Pawar solely blaming Prithviraj Chauhan for the end of alliance, stating, "NCP was never neglected by earlier Congress CM's.

Election Issues of Maharashtra



One of the major issues in the upcoming elections in Maharashtra is the high level of inflation. Among all the crises being faced by the people in Maharashtra, this is the most crucial one. However, there are other problems such as corruption and inconsistencies at various levels of governance. Secularism and communalism have come up as important issues in the recent years as well. The worst of all this is that the people are being affected by these problems on a daily basis. The issue of inflation, however, is the most critical one according to the common people in this state.

This issue is more important for the women who have to perform the onerous task of controlling the expenses. It is also being stated that corruption is another major issue that could have a decisive impact on the results of the upcoming elections. Financial irregularity has been a major problem in Maharashtra – especially evident in the rural areas - and ever since Prithviraj Chavan took over, he has been able to make much headway in this regard. However, one feels that this could very well be a major issue in the upcoming assembly elections. The inter-party dynamics of the reigning Congress and NCP, a major ally, could also dictate the outcome of each vote.

Key Fights For Maharashtra Assembly Election



Karad south
Prithiviraj Chavan (INC)
Vs.
Atul Bhosle (BJP)
Vs.
Vilaskaka Undalkar (IND)
Tasgaon in Sangali district
RR patel (NCP)
Vs.
Ajit Ghorpade (BJP)
Kudal
Narayan Rane (INC)
Vs.
Vaibhav Naik (district chief of the shiv sena) (Shiv Sena)
Vs.
Pushpasen Sawant (NCP)
Nagpur South West
Devendra Fadnavis (BJP)
Vs.
Praful Gudadhe Patil (Congress)
Baramati
Ajit Pawar (NCP)
Vs.
Balasaheb Alis Prabhakar Dadaram Gawade (BJP)

Political Parties in Maharashtra



Every election till now, there were the two dominant political parties in Maharashtra the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Shiv Sena, however following the breakout in the alliance the 4 major political parities and major leaders from respective parties contesting elections will be uddhav thackrey of the Shiv Sena, Narayan rane of the Congress, devendra fadnavis of the BJP and Sharad Pawar of the NCP. There are 48 Parliamentary constituencies in Maharashtra.

Presently, Maharashtra is running under president rule

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 Maharashtra 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)

Maharashtra Legislative Assembly and Legislative Council



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

The Maharashtra 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 288 Assembly constituencies in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, which is represented by 288 MLAs. 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 Maharashtra 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.

Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections 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, a BJP alliance is running the government in Maharashtra and Devendra Fadvavis 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.

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.

List of Chief Minister in Maharashtra



S.No.Name of Chief MinistersFromToParty
1Devendra Fadnavis Oct 31, 2014PresentBJP
2President's Rule (due to break-up of 15-year-old Congress-NCP alliance)Sept 28, 2014Oct 31, 2014NA
3Prithviraj ChavanNov 11, 2010Sept 28, 2014INC
4Ashok ChavanNov 7, 2009Nov 9, 2010INC
5Ashok ChavanDec 8, 2008Oct 15, 2009INC
6Vilasrao DeshmukhNov 1, 2004Dec 4, 2008INC
7Sushilkumar ShindeJan 18, 2003Oct 30, 2004INC
8Vilasrao DeshmukhOct 18, 1999Jan 16, 2003INC
9Narayan RaneFeb 1, 1999Oct 17, 1999SHS
10Manohar JoshiMar 14, 1995Jan 31, 1999SHS
11Sharad PawarMar 6, 1993Mar 14, 1995INC
12Sudhakarrao NaikJun 25, 1991Feb 22, 1993INC
13Sharad PawarJun 26, 1988Jun 25, 1991INC
14Shankarrao ChavanMar 12, 1986Jun 26, 1988INC
15Shivajirao Patil NilangekarJun 3, 1985Mar 6, 1986INC
16Vasantdada PatilFeb 2, 1983Jun 1, 1985INC
17Babasaheb BhosaleJan 21, 1982Feb 1, 1983INC
18Abdul Rehman AntulayJun 9, 1980Jan 12, 1982INC
19President's ruleFeb 17, 1980Jun 8, 1980N/A
20Sharad PawarJul 18, 1978Feb 17, 1980PDF
21Vasantdada PatilMar 7, 1978Jul 18, 1978INC
22Vasantdada PatilApr 17, 1977Mar 2, 1978INC
23Shankarrao ChavanFeb 21, 1975Apr 16, 1977INC
24Vasantrao NaikMar 13, 1972Feb 20, 1975INC
25Vasantrao NaikMar 1, 1967Mar 13, 1972INC
26Vasantrao NaikDec 5, 1963Mar 1, 1967INC
27P. K. SawantNov 25, 1963Dec 4, 1963INC
28Marotrao KannamwarNov 20, 1962Nov 24, 1963INC
29Yashwantrao 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 Governor of the state is C Vidyasagar Rao.

List of Governors in Maharashtra



Sl.No.Name of GovernorsFromTo
1C Vidyasagar RaoAugust 26, 2014Present
2Kateekal SankaranarayananJanuary 22, 2010August 26, 2014
3S.C. JamirMarch 9, 2008January 22, 2010
4S.M. KrishnaDecember 12, 2004March 5, 2008
5Mohammed FazalOctober 10, 2002December 5, 2004
6Dr. P.C. AlexanderJanuary 12, 1993July 13, 2002
7Dr. C SubramaniamFebruary 15, 1990January 9, 1993
8Kasu Brahmananda ReddyFebruary 20, 1988January 18, 1990
9Dr. Shankar Dayal SharmaApril 3, 1986September 2, 1987
10Kona Prabhakara RaoMay 31, 1985April 2, 1986
11Air Chief Marshal I H LatifMarch 6, 1982April 16, 1985
12Air Chief Marshal O P MehraNovember 3, 1980March 5, 1982
13Sri Sadiq AliApril 30, 1977November 3, 1980
14Ali Yavar JungFebruary 26, 1970December 11, 1976
15Dr P V CherianNovember 14, 1964November 8, 1969
16Vijayalakshmi PanditNovember 28, 1962October 18, 1964
17Dr P. SubbarayanApril 17, 1962October 6, 1962
18Sri Prakasa19561962
19Dr Harekrushna Mahatab19551956
20Sir Girija Shankar Bajpai, KCSI, KBE, CIE19521954
21Raja Sir Maharaj Singh, CIE19481952
22The Rt. Hon. Sir John Colville, PC, GCIE19431948

Cabinet Ministers of Maharashtra



Sr. No.Name of MinisterMinistries
1Devendra FadnavisChief Minister,Home and Urban Development
2Eknath KhadseMinorities Development and Wakf, Agriculture, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development and fisheries
3Pankaja MundeRural Development,Water Conservation and Women and Child Development
4Prakash MehtaCrucial Portfolios of Industries and Mining, and Parliamentary Affairs.
5Sudhir MungantiwarFinance & Planning and Forests
6Vinod TawdeSchool Education,Higher & Technical Education,Medical Education,Sports and Marathi Bhasha,Cultural Affairs
Sr. No.Minister of State  Ministries
1Dilip KambleTribal Development and Social Justice
2Vidya ThakurRural Development and Water Conservation and Women and Child Development


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

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Email: stateelectioncommission@gmail.com
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Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Maharashtra



Nitin 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

Last Updated on November 4, 2014


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