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Maharashtra Lok Sabha election result 2024: Full list of winners

Jun 04, 2024 06:39 PM IST

Maharashtra Lok Sabha election result: Here's the list of candidates winning in Maharashtra, with INC leading on 12 seats, followed by INC (11) and SHSUBT (10).

Maharashtra is facing a tight race between a (Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray faction) and the Shiv Sena (Eknath Shinde faction) - BJP alliance. As of 6.30pm, INC is leading in 1w seats, followed by followed by BJP (11) and SHSUBT (9).

Maharashtra Lok Sabha election result 2024: Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde and former Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray
Maharashtra Lok Sabha election result 2024: Maharashtra CM Eknath Shinde and former Maharashtra CM Uddhav Thackeray

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The Lok Sabha election was conducted across 48 constituencies in Maharashtra - the second-highest after Uttar Pradesh. Voting in the state was held in five phases - April 19, April 26, May 7, May 13, and May 20. The counting of votes is underway, along with other states.

Some of the key candidates contesting the election include two union ministers belonging to the BJP—Piyush Goyal from Mumbai-North and Nitin Gadkari from Nagpur, Congress’ Varsha Gaikwad from Mumbai North Central, BJP’s Pankaja Munde from Beed, and NCP supremo Sharad Pawar's daughter Supriya Sule from Baramati, among others.

In the 2019 general elections, the BJP won 23 Lok Sabha seats in the state, its alliance partner Shiv Sena (which was then undivided) won 18 seats, NCP (undivided) won four, and Congress and AIMIM each won a seat. An independent candidate won one seat.

Here is a full list of candidates who are leading and trailing in the Lok Sabha election from Maharashtra:

 

CandidatePartyConstituencyStatusVotes
Amar Sharadrao KaleNCP (SP)WardhaLEAD323981
Nitin Jairam GadkariBJPNagpurLEAD650769
Murlidhar MoholBJPPuneLEAD549021
Prashant Yadaorao PadoleINCBhandara-GondiyaLEAD495580
Kirsan NamdeoINCGadchiroli-Chimur (ST)LEAD614610
Sujay Radhakrishna VikhepatilBJPAhmednagarLEAD392759
Pankaja Gopinathrao MundeBJPBeedLEAD400055
Chavan Vasantrao BalwantraoINCNandedLEAD429128
Kalyan Vaijinathrao KaleINCJalnaLEAD475053
Kalge Shivaji BandappaINCLatur (SC)LEAD550488
Praniti Sushilkumar ShindeINCSolapur (SC)LEAD588624
Bhaskar Murlidhar BhagareNCP (SP)Dindori (ST)LEAD575291
Mohite Patil Dhairyasheel RajsinhNCP (SP)MadhaLEAD504928
Gowaal Kagada PadaviINCNandurbar (ST)LEAD745998
Bhamre Subhash RamraoBJPDhuleLEAD565768
Vishal Prakashbapu PatilINDSangliLEAD569651
Balya Mama-Suresh Gopinath MhatreNCP (SP)BhiwandiLEAD453421
Smita Uday WaghBJPJalgaonLEAD669987
Khadse Raksha NikhilBJPRaverLEAD627672
Anup Sanjay DhotreBJPAkolaLEAD454972
Piyush GoyalBJPMumbai NorthLEAD669066
Sanjay Dina PatilSHS(UBT)Mumbai North-EastLEAD442127
Ujwal NikamBJPMumbai North-CentralLEAD424072

Maharashtra's political shift in 2022

Maharashtra has witnessed several political shifts since 2014 - when the BJP-led NDA alliance came to power. In the 2019 general elections, the BJP won 23 Lok Sabha seats in the state, and its alliance partner Shiv Sena (which was then undivided) won 18 seats. However, in 2022, a massive political crisis took over the state after Eknath Shinde, who was with Shiv Sena at that time, cross-voted for BJP. Following this, Uddhav Thackeray removed Shinde from the post of Shiv Sena legislature party leader. Soon after, Shinde joined the BJP.

Three days after the political fiasco, Shinde moved the Supreme Court to challenge the rejection of no-confidence vote in the state, which the SC ruled that the Uddhav Thackeray government must prove its majority to remain in power. Minutes after the top court's judgement, Thackeray resigned from the CM post. A day after, Shinde was sworn in as the Maharashtra chief minister and Devendra Fadnavis, his deputy. Shinde also won the floor test by proving his majority.

Later in November, ahead of the assembly bypoll, the Election Commission ordered the freezing of Shive Sena's ‘bow and arrow’ symbol. The EC allotted Uddhav Thackerary's group a ‘mashal’ (burning torch) symbol and the name ‘Shiv Sena - Uddhav Balasaheb Thackerary’, while the Shinde group got a symbol of two swords and a shield, and the name ‘Balasahebanchi Shiv Sena’.

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