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Alegislativeassemblyelectionwasheldon
15October2014,inasinglephase,toselect
the288membersoftheMaharashtra
LegislativeAssemblyinIndia.Theresult
wasannouncedon19October,[8]withthe
BJPgettingaplurality.

MaharashtraStateAssemblyelection,2014

15October2014
All288seatstotheMaharashtraLegislativeAssembly

Contents
1 Background
2 Alliances
2.1 Parties
3 Campaign
3.1 IndianNational
Congress
3.2 NationalistCongress
Party
3.3 BharatiyaJanataParty
3.4 ShivSena
4 Election
4.1 Exitpolls
4.2 Result
4.3 Listofwinning
candidates
4.4 Reactions
5 Governmentformation
6 Seealso
7 References
8 Externallinks

Background
FollowingtheMaharashtraStateAssembly
election,2009,theNationalistCongress
Party(NCP)IndianNationalCongress
(INC)alliancewonamajorityandformed
thegovernment.

Alliances

145seatsneededforamajority

Majorityparty

Minority
party

Thirdparty

Devendra

Prithviraj

Fadnavis[1]

Uddhav
Thackeray

Chavan[2]

BJP

ShivSena

INC

NagpurSouth

Didnot

KaradSouth[3]

West[4]

contest[5]

46seats

45seats

82seats

122

63

42

Leader
Party
Leader'sseat
Lastelection
Seatswon
Seatchange

76

18

40

Fourthparty

Leader

AjitPawar[6]

Party

NCP

Leader'sseat

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Lastelection
62seats
FollowingtheNCPINCalliance's
performanceintheIndiangeneralelection,
Seatswon
41
2014,theNCPdemanded144seatsto
Seatchange
21
contestandarotationoftheChief
Minister'spostbetweenparties.Both
partiesheldnegotiationsbutfailedtoreach
ChiefMinisterbeforeelection
aconclusion.TheINCdeclareditslistof
PrithvirajChavan
candidatesfor118seatson25September
INC
withoutconsultingtheNCP.Thus,theNCP
unilaterallyseveredits15yearoldalliance
withtheINC.TheINClaterreachedoutto
theSamajwadiParty(SP)toformanalliance.[9][10]

ElectedChiefMinister
DevendraFadnavis[1]
BJP

TheShivSenaandBharatiyaJantaParty(BJP)werealliancepartnersfor25yearsincludingseveral
smallerparties,suchasRepublicanPartyofIndia(Athawale),SwabhimaniShetkariSanghatna,Rashtriya
SamajPaksha,werealsoapart.Afterthegeneralelection,theBJPdemandedadditionalseatstocontest
initiallytheyrequested144seatsbutlaterreducedtheirdemandto130seats.TheShivSenaoffered119
seatstotheBJPand18seatstofourotherallies,keeping151tocontestitself.Afterseveralroundsof
negotiations,thepartiesdidnotreachaconclusion.ThustheShivSenaBJPallianceendedonthe25
Septemberaswell.[10][11]

Parties
IndianNationalCongress
NationalistCongressParty
NationalDemocraticAlliance
BharatiyaJanataParty
SwabhimaniPaksha
RashtriyaSamajPaksha
RepublicanPartyofIndia(Athavale)
ShivSangram
ShivSena
MaharashtraNavnirmanSena
PeasantsandWorkersPartyofIndia
SamajwadiParty
AllIndiaMajliseIttehadulMuslimeen
RepublicanSena
BahujanMuktiParty
CommunistPartyofIndia(Marxist)
BahujanSamajParty
BharipaBahujanMahasangh

Campaign
IndianNationalCongress

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TheincumbentIndianNationalCongressstarteditscampaignon1SeptemberatHutatmaChowk,Mumbai.
PrithvirajChavan,theincumbentChiefMinisterledthecampaignwithNarayanRaneheadingthe
CampaignCommittee.Theparty'sadvertisingcampaignbeganon20September.[12][13]

NationalistCongressParty
TheNationalistCongressPartybeganitscampaigninKolhapuron16Septemberwithnationalparty
PresidentSharadPawar,DeputyChiefMinisterAjitPawar,MaharashtrapartyPresidentSunilTatkareand
MPfromKolhapurDhananjayMahadikattendingtherally.[14]

BharatiyaJanataParty
PrimeMinisterNarendraModispokeinSouthMumbai'sMahalaxmiRacecourseafterhisreturnfromthe
U.S.forthesixtyninthsessionoftheUnitedNationsGeneralAssembly.

ShivSena
ShivSenastarteditscampaignatMahalaxmiRacecourseinMumbaion27September,wherepartyleader
UddhavThackerayaddresseditssupporters.[15]

Election
Atotalof4,119candidatescontestedtheelection.[16]Voterverifiedpaperaudittrail(VVPAT)alongwith
EVMswasusedin13constituencies:[17]Wardha,Amravati(2pockets),[18]Yavatmal,Chandrapur,Nashik
(3pockets),Aurangabad(3pockets)andAhmednagar(2pockets).[19][20][21][22][23][24][25][26]

Exitpolls
PublishDate Source

PollingOrganisation

BJP+

Shivsena

INC

NCP

MNS

Others

[27]

News24Chanakya

1519

719

275

285

15October

[28]

TimesNow

129

56

43

36

12

12

2014

[28]

ABPNewsNielsen

127

77

40

34

[28]

IndiaTVCVoter

124134

5161

3848

3141

915

915

115

Result

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BharatiyaJanataParty:122seats
ShivSena:63seats
IndianNationalCongress:42
Partywisevoteshareofthe
50,105,123votescast[29]
BharatiyaJanataParty
(27.8%)
ShivSena(19.3%)
IndianNationalCongress
(18.0%)
NationalistCongressParty
(17.2%)
MaharashtraNavnirmanSena
(3.7%)
Independent(4.7%)
Other(9.3%)

seats
NationalistCongressParty:41
seats
BahujanVikasAaghadi:3seats
PeasantsandWorkersPartyof
India:3seats
AllIndiaMajliseIttehadul
Muslimeen:2seats
BharipaBahujanMahasangh:1
seats
CommunistPartyofIndia
(Marxist):1seats
MaharashtraNavnirmanSena:1
seats
RashtriyaSamajPaksha:1seats
SamajwadiParty:1seats
Independent:7seats

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Party

Seatswon

Votes

Vote%

Seatchange

BharatiyaJanataParty

122

14,709,455

27.8%

ShivSena

63

10,235,972

19.3%

IndianNationalCongress

42

9,496,144

18.0%

NationalistCongressParty

41

9,122,299

17.2%

BahujanVikasAaghadi

329,457

0.6%

PeasantsandWorkersPartyofIndia

533,309

1.0%

AllIndiaMajliseIttehadulMuslimeen

489,614

0.9%

BharipaBahujanMahasangh

472,925

0.9%

CommunistPartyofIndia(Marxist)

207,933

0.4%

MaharashtraNavnirmanSena

1,665,033

3.7%

RashtriyaSamajPaksha

256,662

0.5%

SamajwadiParty

92,304

0.2%

Independent

2,494,016

4.7%

N/A

Total[29]

288

50,105,123

100%

N/A

Listofwinningcandidates
Thefollowingisthelistofcandidateswon:[29]

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Constituency
No.

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MemberofLegislative
Assembly

Political
party

Votespolled

Akkalkuwa

KagdaChandyaPadvi

INC

64,410

Shahada

UdesinghKocharuPadvi

BJP

58,556

Nandurbar

VijaykumarKrishnarao
Gavit

BJP

101,328

Navapur

SurupsinghHiryaNaik

INC

93,796

Sakri

DhanajiSitaramAhire

INC

74,760

DhuleRural

KunalRohidasPatil

INC

119,094

DhuleCity

AnilAnnaGote

BJP

57,780

Sindkheda

JayakumarJitendrasinh
Rawal

BJP

92,794

Shirpur

KashiramVechanPawara

INC

98,114

10

Chopda

ChandrakantBaliram
Sonawane

ShivSena

54,176

11

Raver

HaribhauMadhavJawale

BJP

65,962

12

Bhusawal

SanjayWamanSawakare

BJP

87,818

13

JalgaonCity

SureshDamuBhole

BJP

88,363

14

JalgaonRural GulabRaghunathPatil

ShivSena

84,020

15

Amalner

ShirishHiralalChaudhari

Independent 68,149

16

Erandol

AnnasahebDr.Satish
BhaskarraoPatil

NCP

17

Chalisgaon

UnmeshBhaiyyasahebPatil BJP

94,754

18

Pachora

KishorAppaPatil

ShivSena

87,520

19

Jamner

GirishDattatrayMahajan

BJP

103,498

20

Muktainagar EknathKhadse

BJP

85,657

21

Malkapur

ChainsukhMadanlal
Sancheti

BJP

75,965

22

Buldhana

HarshwardhanVasantrao
Sapkal

INC

46,985

23

Chikhli

RahulSiddhvinayakBondre INC

61,581

24

Sindkhed
Raja

DrShashikantNarsingrao
Khedekar

ShivSena

64,203

25

Mehkar

SanjayBhashkarRaimulkar ShivSena

80,356

26

Khamgaon

AkashPandurangFundkar

BJP

71,819

27

Jalgaon
(Jamod)

Dr.SanjayShriramKute

BJP

63,888

28

Akot

PrakashGunvantrao
Bharsakale

BJP

70,086

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Bharsakale

29

Balapur

BaliramBhagwanSirskar

BBM

41,426

30

AkolaWest

GovardhanMangilal
Sharma

BJP

66,934

31

AkolaEast

RandhirPralhadrao
Savarkar

BJP

53,678

32

Murtizapur

HarishMarotiappaPimple

BJP

54226

33

Risod

AmitSubhashraoZanak

INC

70,939

34

Washim

LakhanSahadeoMalik

BJP

48,196

35

Karanja

RajendraSukhanadPatni

BJP

44,751

36

Dhamamgaon
VirendraJagtap
Railway

INC

70,879

37

Badnera

RaviRana

Independent 46,827

38

Amravati

SunilPanjabraoDeshmukh

BJP

84,033

39

Teosa

AdvYashomati
ChandrakantThakur
(Sonawane)

INC

58,808

40

Daryapur

RameshGanpatraoBundile BJP

64,224

41

Melghat

PrabhudasBabulal
Bhilawekar

BJP

57,002

42

Achalpur

BacchualiasOmprakash
BabaraoKadu

Independent 59,234

43

Morshi

DrAnilSukhdevraoBonde

BJP

71,611

44

Arvi

AmarSharadraoKale

INC

75,886

45

Deoli

RanjitPratapraoKamble

INC

62,533

46

Hinganghat

SamirTrambakraoKunawar BJP

90,275

47

Wardha

Dr.PankajRajeshBhoyar

BJP

45,897

48

Katol

AshishRanjeetDeshmukh

BJP

70,344

49

Savner

SunilChhatrapalKedar

INC

84,630

50

Hingna

SameerDattatrayaMeghe

BJP

84,139

51

Umred

SudhirLaxmanraoParwe

BJP

92,399

52

NagpurSouth
DevendraFadnavis
West

BJP

113918

53

NagpurSouth SudhakarVitthalraoKohale BJP

81,224

54

NagpurEast

KrishnaPanchamKhopde

BJP

99136

55

Nagpur
Central

VikasShankarraoKumbhare BJP

87,523

56

NagpurWest

SudhakarShamrao
Deshmukh

BJP

86,500

57

NagpurNorth DrMilindMane

BJP

68,905

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Kamthi

ChandrashekharKrishnarao
BJP
Bawankule

126,755

59

Ramtek

DwaramMallikarjunReddy BJP

59,343

60

Tumsar

CharanWaghmare

BJP

73,950

61

Bhandara

RamchandraPunajiAvsare

BJP

83,408

62

Sakoli

KashiwarRajeshLahanu

BJP

80,902

63

Arjuni
Morgaon

RajkumarSudamjiBadole

BJP

64,401

64

Tirora

VijayBharatlalRahangdale BJP

54,160

65

Gondiya

GopaldasShankarlal
Agrawal

INC

62,701

66

Amgaon

SanjayHanmantraoPuram

BJP

62,590

67

Armori

KrishnaDamajiGajbe

BJP

60,413

68

Gadchiroli

Dr.DeoraoMadgujiHoli

BJP

70,185

69

Aheri

AmbrishraoRaje
SatyavanraoAtram

BJP

56,418

70

Rajura

SanjayYadaoraoDhote

BJP

66,223

71

Chandrapur

NanajiSitaramShamkule

BJP

81,483

72

Ballarpur

MungantiwarSudhir
Sachhidanand

BJP

103,718

73

Brahmapuri

VijayNamdevrao
Wadettiwar

INC

70,373

74

Chimur

BuntyBhangdiya

BJP

87,377

75

Warora

SureshaliasBalubhau
NarayanDhanorkar

ShivSena

53,877

76

Wani

SanjivreddiBapurao
Bodkurwar

BJP

45,178

77

Ralegaon

AshokRamjiWooike

BJP

100,618

78

Yavatmal

MadanMadhukarrao
Yerawar

BJP

53,671

79

Digras

SanjayDulichandRathod

ShivSena

121,216

80

Arni

RajuNarayanTodsam

BJP

86,991

81

Pusad

ManoharRajusingNaik

NCP

94,152

82

Umarkhed

RajendraWaman
Najardhane

BJP

90,190

83

Kinwat

PradeepHemsinghJadhav
(Naik)

NCP

60,127

84

Hadgaon

ShivSena

78,520

INC

100,781

NageshBapuraoPatil
Ashtikar

85

Bhokar

AmeetaAshokraoChavan

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Bhokar

AmeetaAshokraoChavan

INC

100,781

86

Nanded
North

D.P.Sawant

INC

40,356

87

Nanded
South

HemantSriramPatil

ShivSena

45,836

88

Loha

PratapraoGovindrao
Chikhalikar

ShivSena

92,435

89

Naigaon

VasantraoBalwantrao
Chavan

INC

71,020

90

Deglur

SubhashPirajiSabne

ShivSena

66,852

91

Mukhed

GovindMukkajiRathod*

BJP

118,781

92

Basmath

JaiprakashShankarlal
Mundada

ShivSena

63,851

93

Kalamnuri

SantoshKautikaTarfe

INC

67,104

94

Hingoli

TanajiSakharamjiMutkule

BJP

97,045

95

Jintur

VijayManikraoBhamale

NCP

106,912

96

Parbhani

RahulPatil

ShivSena

71,584

97

Gangakhed

MadhusudanManikrao
Kendre

NCP

58,415

98

Pathri

MohanMadhavraoFad

Independent 69,081

99

Partur

BabanraoLonikar

BJP

46,937

100

Ghansawangi RajeshbhaiyyaTope

NCP

98,030

101

Jalna

ArjunPanditraoKhotkar

ShivSena

45,078

102

Badnapur

NarayanTilakchandKuche

BJP

73,560

103

Bhokardan

SantoshDanve

BJP

69,597

104

Sillod

AbdulSattarAbdulNabi

INC

96,038

105

Kannad

HarshvardhanJadhav

ShivSena

62,542

106

Phulambri

HaribhauKisanraoBagde

BJP

73,294

107

Aurangabad
Central

SayedImtiyazJaleel

AIMIM

61,843

108

Aurangabad
West

SanjayShirsat

ShivSena

61,282

109

Aurangabad
East

AtulMoreshwarSave

BJP

64,528

110

Paithan

SandipanraoBhumre

ShivSena

66,991

111

Gangapur

BambPrashantBansilal

BJP

55,483

112

Vaijapur

BhausahebPatil
Chikatgaonkar

NCP

53,114

113

Nandgaon

PankajBhujbal

NCP

69,263

Malegaon

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Malegaon
Central

ShaikhAasifShaikhRashid INC

75,326

115

Malegaon
Outer

DadajiDagaduBhuse

ShivSena

82093

116

Baglan

DipikaSanjayChavan

NCP

68,434

117

Kalwan

JivaPanduGavit

CPM

67,795

118

Chandvad

Dr.AherRahulDaulatrao

BJP

54,946

119

Yewla

ChhaganBhujbal

NCP

112,787

120

Sinnar

RajabhauWaje

ShivSena

104,031

121

Niphad

AnilKadam

ShivSena

78,186

122

Dindori

ZirwalNarhariSitaram

NCP

68,284

123

NashikEast

BalasahebMahaduSanap

BJP

78,941

124

Nashik
Central

DevayaniSuhasFarande

BJP

61,548

125

NashikWest

SeemaMaheshHiray

BJP

67,489

126

Devlali

YogeshGholap

ShivSena

49,751

127

Igatpuri

GaveetNirmalaRamesh

INC

49,128

128

Dahanu

DhanarePaskalJanya

BJP

44,849

129

Vikramgad

VishnuSavara

BJP

40,201

130

Palghar

AmitKrishnaGhoda
replacedKrishnaArjun
Ghodaon16.02.2016

ShivSena

Bypollnumbersyettobe
released

131

Boisar

VilasSukurTare

BVA

64,550

132

Nalasopara

KshitijHitendraThakur

BVA

113,566

133

Vasai

HitendraVishnuThakur

BVA

97,291

134

Bhiwandi
Rural(ST)

ShantaramMore

ShivSena

57,082

135

Shahapur

PandurangMahaduBarora

NCP

56,813

136

Bhiwandi
West

MaheshPrabhakar
Choughule

BJP

42,483

137

Bhiwandi
East

RupeshLaxmanMhatre

ShivSena

33,541

138

KalyanWest NarendraBaburaoPawar

BJP

54,388

139

Murbad

KisanKathore

BJP

85,543

140

Ambernath

Dr.BalajiKinikar

ShivSena

47,000

141

Ulhasnagar

JyotiPappuKalani

NCP

43,760

142

KalyanEast

GanpatKaluGaikwad

Independent 36,357

143

Dombivali

RavindraDattatrayChavan

BJP

83,872

144

KalyanRural SubhashBhoir

ShivSena

84,110

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KalyanRural SubhashBhoir

ShivSena

84,110

145

Mira
Bhayandar

NarendraMehta

BJP

91,468

146

Ovala
Majiwada

PratapBaburaoSarnaik

ShivSena

68,571

147

Kopri
EknathShinde
Pachpakhadi

ShivSena

100,316

148

Thane

SanjayMukundKelkar

BJP

70,884

149

Mumbra
Kalwa

JitendraAwhad

NCP

86,533

150

Airoli

SandeepGaneshNaik

NCP

76,444

151

Belapur

MandaVijayMhatre

BJP

55,316

152

Borivali

VinodTawde

BJP

108,278

153

Dahisar

ChaudharyManishaAshok

BJP

77,238

154

Magathane

PrakashSurve

ShivSena

65,016

155

Mulund

SardarTaraSingh

BJP

90,260

156

Vikhroli

SunilRaut

ShivSena

50,302

157

Bhandup
West

AshokPatil

ShivSena

48,151

158

Jogeshwari
East

RavindraWaikar

ShivSena

72,767

159

Dindoshi

SunilPrabhu

ShivSena

56,577

160

Kandivali
East

AtulBhatkhalkar

BJP

72,427

161

Charkop

YogeshSagar

BJP

96,097

162

MaladWest

AslamShaikh

INC

56,574

163

Goregaon

VidyaThakur

BJP

63,629

164

Versova

Dr.BharatiHemantLavekar BJP

49,182

165

AndheriWest AmeetBhaskarSatam

BJP

59,022

166

AndheriEast RameshLatke

ShivSena

52,817

167

VileParle

ParagAlavani

BJP

74,270

168

Chandivali

KhanMohammedArif
(Naseem)

INC

73,141

169

Ghatkopar
West

RamKadam

BJP

80,343

170

Ghatkopar
East

PrakashMehta

BJP

67,012

AbuAsimAzmi

SP

41,719

171

Mankhurd
ShivajiNagar
Anushakti

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Anushakti
Nagar

TukaramRamkrishnaKate

ShivSena

39,966

173

Chembur

PrakashPhaterpekar

ShivSena

47,410

174

Kurla

MangeshKudalkar

ShivSena

41,580

175

Kalina

SanjayPotnis

ShivSena

30,715

176

VandreEast

BalaSawant*(expired)
BypollwonbyTrupti
Sawant

ShivSena

41,388(bypollresults:52711
defeatingINCNarayanRane
byamarginof24000)

177

VandreWest

AshishShelar

BJP

74,779

178

Dharavi

VarshaEknathGaikwad

INC

47,718

179

Sion
Koliwada

Capt.RTamilSelvan

BJP

40,869

180

Wadala

KalidasNilkanthKolambkar INC

38,540

181

Mahim

SadaSarvankar

ShivSena

46,291

182

Worli

SunilShinde

ShivSena

60,625

183

Shivadi

AjayChoudhari

ShivSena

72,462

184

Byculla

WarisPathan

AIMIM

25,314

185

MalabarHill MangalLodha

BJP

97,818

186

Mumbadevi

AminPatel

INC

39,188

187

Colaba

RajK.Purohit

BJP

52,608

188

Panvel

PrashantRamshethThakur

BJP

125,142

189

Karjat

SureshNarayanLad

NCP

57,013

190

Uran

ManoharBhoir

ShivSena

56,131

191

Pen

DhairyasheelMohanPatil

PWPI

64,616

192

Alibag

"Panditshet"SubhashPatil

PWPI

76,959

193

Shrivardhan

AvdhootAnilTatkare

NCP

61,038

194

Mahad

BharatshetGogawale

ShivSena

94,408

195

Junnar

SharaddadaBhimaji
Sonavane

MNS

60,305

196

Ambegaon

DilipDattatrayWalsePatil

NCP

120,235

197

KhedAlandi SureshGore

ShivSena

103,207

198

Shirur

PacharneBaburao
Kashinath

BJP

92,579

199

Daund

RahulSubhashraoKul

RSP

87,649

200

Indapur

DattatrayVithobaBharne

NCP

108,400

201

Baramati

AjitAnantraoPawar

NCP

150,588

202

Purandar

VijayShivtare

ShivSena

82,339

203

Bhor

SangramAnantraoThopate INC
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Maval

"Bala"SanjayVishwanath
BJP
Bhegade

95,319

205

Chinchwad

LaxmanPandurangJagtap

BJP

123,786

206

Pimpri

GautamChabukswar

ShivSena

51,096

207

Bhosari

MaheshKisanLandge

Independent 60,173

208

Vadgaonsheri JagdishTukaramMuluk

BJP

66,908

209

Shivajinagar

VijayKale

BJP

56,460

210

Kothrud

MedhaVishramKulkarni

BJP

98,235

211

Khadakwasla BhimraoDhondibaTapkir

BJP

111,531

212

Parvati

MadhuriSatishMisal

BJP

95,583

213

Hadapsar

YogeshKundalikTilekar

BJP

82,629

214

Pune
Cantonment

DilipKamble

BJP

54,692

215

KasbaPeth

BapatGirishBhalchandra

BJP

73,594

216

Akole

VaibhavMadhukarPichad

NCP

67,696

217

Sangamner

"Balasaheb"Balasaheb
Thorat

INC

103,564

218

Shirdi

RadhakrishnaEknathrao
VikhePatil

INC

121,459

219

Kopargaon

SnehalatataiBipindada
Kolhe

BJP

99,763

220

Shrirampur

BhausahebMalhariKamble INC

57,118

221

Nevasa

"Dadasaheb"Balasaheb
DamodarMurkute

BJP

84,570

222

Shevgaon

MonikaRajivRajale

BJP

134,685

223

Rahuri

ShivajiBhanudasKardile

BJP

91,454

224

Parner

VijayraoBhaskarraoAuti

ShivSena

73,263

225

Ahmednagar
SangramArunJagtap
City

NCP

49,378

226

Shrigonda

RahulKundalikraoJagtap

NCP

99,281

227

Karjat
Jamkhed

RamShankarShinde

BJP

84,058

228

Georai

PawarLaxmanMadhavro

BJP

136,384

229

Majalgaon

"Jija"R.T.Deshmukh

BJP

112,497

230

Beed

JaydattjiSonajirao
Kshirsager

NCP

77,134

231

Ashti

BhimraoAnandraoDhonde BJP

120,915

232

Kaij

SangeetaVijayprakash
Thombre

106,834

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233

Parli

PankajaMunde

BJP

96,904

234

LaturRural

TrimbakraoShrirangrao
Bhise

INC

100,897

235

LaturCity

AmitDeshmukh

INC

119,656

236

Ahmadpur

VinayakraoKishanrao
JadhavPatil

Independent 61,957

237

Udgir

SudhakarSangramBhalerao BJP

66,686

238

Nilanga

SambhajiDeelipraoPatil
Nilangekar

BJP

76,817

239

Ausa

BasavrajMadhavraoPatil

INC

64,237

240

Umarga

DnyanrajChougule

ShivSena

65,178

241

Tuljapur

MadhukarraoDeorao
Chavan

INC

70,701

242

Osmanabad

RanaJagjitSinhaPadma
SinhaPatil

NCP

88,469

243

Paranda

RahulMaharudraMote

NCP

78,548

244

Karmala

NarayanPatil

ShivSena

60,674

245

Madha

BabanraoVitthalraoShinde NCP

97,803

246

Barshi

DilipGangadharSopal

NCP

97,655

247

Mohol

RameshNagnathKadam

NCP

62,120

248

SolapurCity VijaySidramappa
North
Deshmukh

BJP

86,877

249

SolpurCity
Central

PranitiSushilkumarShinde

INC

46,907

250

Akkalkot

SiddharamSatlingappa
Mhetre

INC

97,333

251

Solapur
South

SubhashSureshchandra
Deshmukh

BJP

70,077

252

Pandharpur

BharatTukaramBhalake

INC

91,863

253

Sangola

GanpatraoAnnasaheb
Deshmukh

PWPI

94,374

254

Malsiras

HanumantJagannathDolas

NCP

77,179

255

Phaltan

DipakPralhadChavan

NCP

92,910

256

Wai

MakarandLaxmanrao
JadhavPatil

NCP

101,218

257

Koregaon

ShashikantJaywantrao
Shinde

NCP

95,213

258

Man

JaykumarBhagwanraoGore INC

75,708

"Balaso"Shamrao
PandurangPatil
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KaradNorth

NCP

78,324
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KaradNorth

NCP

78,324

260

KaradSouth

PrithvirajChavan

INC

76,831

261

Patan

ShambhurajDesai

ShivSena

104,419

262

Satara

ShivendrasinhAbhaysinh
Bhonsle

NCP

97,964

263

Dapoli

SanjayVasantKadam

NCP

52,907

264

Guhagar

JadhavBhaskarBhaurao

NCP

72,525

265

Chiplun

SadanandChavan

ShivSena

75,695

266

Ratnagiri

UdaySamant

ShivSena

93,876

267

Rajapur

RajanSalvi

ShivSena

76,266

268

Kankavli

NiteshNarayanRane

INC

74,715

269

Kudal

VaibhavNaik

ShivSena

70,582

270

Sawantwadi

DeepakVasantKesarkar

ShivSena

70,902

271

Chandgad

SandhyadeviKrishnarao
DesaiKupakar

NCP

51,599

272

Radhanagari

PrakashraoAbitkar

ShivSena

132,485

273

Kagal

HasanMiyalalMushrif

NCP

123,626

274

Kolhapur
South

AmalMahadik

BJP

107,998

275

Karvir

ChandradipNarke

ShivSena

107,998

276

Kolhapur
North

RajeshVinayakrao
Kshirsagar

ShivSena

69,736

277

Shahuwadi

"Aba"SatyajeetPatil

ShivSena

74,702

278

Hatkanangale SujitMinchekar

ShivSena

89,087

279

Ichalkaranji

SureshGanpatiHalvankar

BJP

94,293

280

Shirol

UlhasPatil

ShivSena

70,809

281

Miraj

SureshbhauDagaduKhade

BJP

93,795

282

Sangli

"SudhirDada"Dhananjay
BJP
HariGadgil

80,497

283

Islampur

JayantRajaramPatil

NCP

113,045

284

Shirala

ShivajiraoYashwantrao
Naik

BJP

85,363

285

Palus
Kadegaon

PatangraoKadam

INC

112,523

286

Khanapur

AnilBabar

ShivSena

72,849

287

Tasgaon
Kavathe
Mahankal

SumanPatil(wonbypoll
vacatedbyR.R.Patil)

NCP

1,31,200

288

Jath

VilasraoNarayanJagtap

BJP

72,885

PandurangPatil

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(diedon27October2014ofacardiacarrest)[30]
(diedon9January2015aprolongedillness)[31]

Reactions
INCspokesmanAbhishekSinghvisaid:"LetmeequallyandcandidlyadmitthatinMaharashtra,wehave
hadnotonlyrealbutaperceptionofcorruptionalsoandthathasbeenunfortunatelyandmostlyattributed
toourcoalitionpartner.Thathasgotusbadpressandnegativepoints.SomeofithadbeenCongressbutthe
overallimpacthasbeennegative...itissomethingveryseriousandsadandsuitablydepressingifthey(the
trends)turnouttobetrue.Wehavetotakecorrectiveactionwhichwewould."[32]
TheNCP'slosingcandidateNawabMalik[33]addedblameforitsformeralliancepartner,theINC:"Itall
happenedbecauseofChavan.HehadnounderstandingoftheissuesinMaharashtra,hedidnottakethe
rightdecisions,andhedidn'tactwhenhehadto.HeisresponsibleforthestateofboththeCongressandthe
NCP."[32]
Media
ItwasspeculatedthatpossiblegovernmentformationswouldincludeBJPShivSena,BJPNCPorNCP
ShivSenawithoutsidesupportfromtheINC.[34]

Governmentformation
WiththeBJPhavingwonaplurality,theNCPofferedoutsidesupporttotheBJP,accordingtoPraful
Patel.[35]TheNCPofferwasreadasputtingtheShivSenaunderpressurebyNDTVsayingitgavetheBJP
"megaclout"innegotiationswiththeShivSena.AmitShahdidnotturndowntheoffersayingthatthe
party'sparliamentaryboard,includingPrimeMinisterNarendraModiwoulddiscussoptions.Other
unnamedBJPmemberssaidtheShivSenawas"anaturalfit"withtheparty.OtherunnamedBJPmembers
saidtheyexpectedtheShivSenatoseekthepostofdeputychiefministeraswellasmoreministersinthe
nationalgovernment.UnnamedShivSenaspokespeopletoldNDTVthat,aspotentialkingmaker,Uddhav
Thackeraywoulddecidethenextsteps"inMaharashtra'sbestinterest."[36]Finally,BJPandShivSena
agreedtocometogetherandformthegovernment.

Seealso
2014electionsinIndia

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