Maharashtra Lok Sabha General Election 2019 Result

Maharashtra Lok Sabha General Election 2019 Result [Polling Schedule Date, Result, Candidates list, Seats]

All the political parties had been trying their best to win the confidence and hearts of the common people with new promises for overall development and other yojana of similar nature. All this was due to the scheduled Lok Sabha Elections that was to take place in April 2019. In some area, the election has already started. It is now the turn of the people of Maharashtra to vote for the party and candidate that they think deserves their support. The election in Maharashtra will have profound effect on the creation of the central government. 

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Maharashtra Lok Sabha Election Result 2019 –

2014 2019
Constituency Name of Member Party Constituency Name of Member Party
Ahmednagar Shri Dilip Kumar Mansukhlal Gandhi BJP Ahmednagar    
Akola Shri Sanjay Shamrao Dhotre, BJP Akola      
Amravati  Shri Anandrao Adsul, SS Amravati      
Aurangabad Shri Chandrakant Bhaurao Khaire, SS Aurangabad      
Baramati Smt. Supriya Sadanand NCP Baramati      
Beed Dr. Pritam Gopinath Munde BJP Beed      
Bhandara-Gondiya Shri Madhukarrao Yashwantrao NCP Bhandara-Gondiya      
Bhiwandi Shri Kapil Moreshwar Patil BJP Bhiwandi      
Buldhana Shri Prataprao Jadhav SS Buldhana      
Chandrapur Shri Hansraj Gangaram Ahir BJP Chandrapur      
Dhule Dr. Subhash Ramrao BJP Dhule      
Dindori(ST) Shri Harishchandra Deoram BJP Dindori(ST)      
Gadchiroli-Chimur(ST) Shri Ashok Mahadeorao BJP Gadchiroli-Chimur(ST)      
Hatkanangle Shri Raju alias Devappa Anna SWP Hatkanangle      
Hingoli Shri Rajeev Shankarrao INC Hingoli      
Jalgaon Shri A.T. (Nana) Patil BJP Jalgaon      
Jalna Shri Raosaheb Patil Danve BJP Jalna      
Kalyan Dr. Shrikant Eknath Shinde SS Kalyan      
Kolhapur Shri Dhananjay Bhimrao Mahadik NCP Kolhapur      
Latur(SC) Dr. Sunil Baliram Gaikwad BJP Latur(SC)      
Madha Shri Vijaysinh Mohite Patil NCP Madha      
Maval Shri Shrirang Appa Barne SS Maval      
Mumbai South-Central Shri Rahul Ramesh Shewale SS Mumbai South-Central      
Mumbai-North Shri Gopal Chinayya Shetty BJP Mumbai-North      
Mumbai-North-Central Smt. Poonam Mahajan BJP Mumbai-North-Central      
Mumbai-North-East Dr. Kirit Somaiya, BJP Mumbai-North-East      
Mumbai-North-West Shri Gajanan Chandrakant SS Mumbai-North-West      
Mumbai-South Shri Arvind Ganpat SS Mumbai-South      
Nagpur Shri Nitin Jairam Gadkari BJP Nagpur      
Nanded Shri Ashok Shankarrao INC Nanded      
Nandurbar(ST) Dr. Heena Vijaykumar BJP Nandurbar(ST)      
Nashik Shri Hemant Tukaram SS Nashik      
Osmanabad Prof. Ravindra Vishwanath SS Osmanabad      
Palghar Shri Rajendra Dhedya BJP Palghar      
Parbhani Shri Sanjay Haribhau SS Parbhani      
Pune Anil (alias Padmakar) Gulabrao BJP Pune      
Raigad Shri Anant Gangaram SS Raigad      
Ramtek(SC) Shri Krupal Balaji SS Ramtek(SC)      
Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg Shri Vinayak Bhaurao SS Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg      
Raver Smt. Raksha Nikhil Khadse BJP Raver      
Sangli Shri Sanjay(Kaka) Ramchandra BJP Sangli      
Satara Shri Udayanraje Pratapsingh NCP Satara      
Shirdi(SC) Shri Sadashiv Kisan Lokhande SS Shirdi(SC)      
Shirur Shri Shivaji Adhalrao Patil SS Shirur      
Solapur(SC) Shri Sharadkumar Maruti Bansode BJP Solapur(SC)      
Thane Shri Rajan Baburao Vichare SS Thane      
Wardha Shri Ramdas Chandrabhanji Tadas BJP Wardha      
Yavatmal-Washim Bhawana Gawali (Patil) SS Yavatmal-Washim      

Current ruling party in the state

Though during the initial stages of the state government formation, BJP did not have a majority, but they formed the Maharashtra government with Devendra Fadnavis as the Chief Minister of the state. But then, the BJP was successful in persuading the Shiv Sena to extend their support. After the inclusion of the Shiv Sena in the state government, the BJP party has a coalition majority in the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha.

Number of seats in the state

The election in Maharashtra is of utmost importance to the central government. The state offers election on 48 seats. As the area of the state is rather vast, the number of constituencies is also many. Thus, the entire state has been divided into 48 constituencies, and election will be held for winning all these seats. The party that has the majority of the seats will play a crucial role in forming the central government.

Election dates

It has been decided by the Election Commission that due to the massive area of Maharashtra, the election will be conducted in four different phases. The election in the first phase will take place on the 11th April, 2019. The second phase of polling will take place on the 18th of April, 2019. The third phase is scheduled to take place on the 23rd of April, 2019 and the last phase has been set to take place on the 29th of April, 2019.

Election phases and respective constituencies

Name of the areas Phase Date
Wardha, Ramtek, Bhandara-Gondiya, Nagpur, Gadchiroli-Chimur, Chandrapur, Yavatmal-Washim  

 

I Phase

 

 

11th April 2019

Buldhana, Amravati, Akola, Hingoli, Parbhani, Nanded, Beed, Osmanabad, Solapur Latur,  

II Phase

 

18th April, 2019

Jalgaon, Jalna, Raver, Aurangabad, Pune, Raigad, Baramat, Ahmednagar, Sangli, Madha, Satara, Ratnagiri, Kolhapur, Sindhudurg, Hatkanangle  

III Phase

 

23rd April, 2019

Nandurbar, Dindori, Dhule, Bhiwandi, Nashik, Kalyan, Palghar, Mumbai North, Thane, Mumbai North-West, Mumbai North-East, South-Central Mumbai, Mumbai North-Central  

 

IV Phase

 

 

28th April, 2019

 

Date of vote counting

Once the elections are over, it is time for the counting process. Only after the vote counting is over, it will be possible to ascertain that who has successfully won the hearts of the people of Maharashtra. The Election Commission has also announced that once the voting ends, the counting will commence on the 23rd May. On that very day, the fate of the political parties will be decided.

Announcement of the election results

After the vote counting is complete, the Election Commission will announce the results in a press conference. That will be the deciding factor for the winning political parties, as well as those groups, who were unable to swing the majority towards supporting them.

The first phase of the Lok Sabha Election in Maharashtra is just round the corner. All the contesting parties have done their best to win over the confidence of the people. The winning political party will have a major role to play in the upcoming days. Now it is just a matter of time to find out whom the people of the state has chosen.

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