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Elections In Maharashtra 2019


Maharashtra Assembly Constituencies 2019

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Elections in Maharashtra Assembly 2019 Dates and Schedule



The elections in Maharashtra state assembly will be held on October 21, 2019. The ongoing assembly schedule is going to end on October 24, 2019

Date of Announcement: Saturday, 21st September 2019
Issue of Gazette Notification: Friday, 27th September 2019
Last Date of Making Nominations: Friday, 4th October 2019
Scrutiny of Nominations: Saturday, 5th October 2019
Last Date of Withdrawal of Candidatures: Monday, 7th October 2019
Polling date: Monday, 21st October 2019
Counting of Votes Date: Thursday, 24th October 2019
Maharashtra Election Candidates List

Elections in Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha



State overview

The state of Maharashtra is situated in the western region of India. It is bordered by the Arabian Sea to its left. It is the second most populous state in India after Uttar Pradesh. Moreover, it ranks third in India among all the states when it comes to area covered. Maharashtra is also among the wealthiest states in the country. Its share of India's GDP is 14.95% making it one of the richest states in India. The Legislative Assembly of Maharashtra is the lower house of the bicameral legislature. Presently, the election in Maharashtra is done directly by electing 288 members of the Legislative Assembly from the single-seat constituencies and one member is nominated.

Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha constituencies

The number of constituencies in 1960 in the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha was 264. Out of which 33 constituencies were reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled castes and 14 were reserved for the candidates belonging to the Scheduled tribes. However, in the third Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha (1967-72), the total number of constituencies was increased by 6 to become 270 members in the assembly. According to the new arrangement, 15 constituencies were reserved for the candidates belonging to the scheduled castes and 16 were reserved for the candidates belonging to the scheduled tribes. Currently, out of the 288 constituencies, 29 constituencies are reserved for the candidates belonging to the scheduled castes and 25 are reserved for the candidates belonging to the scheduled tribes.

BJP single largest party in 2014

The elections in Maharashtra for its legislative assembly were held on 15 October 2014, in a single phase, to select the 288 members. The result was announced on 19 October 2019.   During the elections in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in 2014 Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) emerged as the single largest party. The saffron party bagged 122 seats. Shiv Sena won 63 seats. Both the parties fought the elections separately. Meanwhile Congress failed to entice the voters and got only 42 seats and NCP bagged 41 seats. The first meeting of the new house was held on November 10, 2014. Devendra Fadnavis took oath as the Chief Minister of Maharashtra.

Maharashtra Election background

During the elections in Maharashtra Legislative Assembly in 2009 the Democratic Front, which is the coalition of Congress (INC) and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP), contested the elections against the union of Shiv Sena and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and also against the third party called the Republican Left Democratic Front, popularly known as RIDALOS. The Democratic Front emerged victorious after bagging 82 seats by INC and 62 seats by NCP. Ashok Chavan became the Chief Minister of Maharashtra. However, he was replaced by Prithviraj Chavan due to the Adarsh Housing Society scam.

Election Commission of Maharashtra

The State Election Commission of Maharashtra had been established in the year 1994, according to the provisions of Article 243 K & 243 ZA of the Constitution of India. These provisions are responsible for conducting all the rural and urban local body's elections.

Major Political Parties and their strategies

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Shiv Sena both the parties are fighting elections in Maharashtra together. NDA alliance in the 288-seat Maharashtra assembly polls will be 164 seats for BJP and its partner Republican party of India. Shiv Sena will fight on 124 seats and the. Both parties are almost sure to repeat the 2014 feat. and form the government. October 24 is the date of counting. The most important thing is that Shiv Sena candidate Aditya Thackeray son of party chief Uddhav Thackeray is the first member of his family who has been fighting elections. He has filed his nomination papers from Worli.

Congress and NCP on one platform

The honeymoon of Congress and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) has been continuing in the forthcoming Maharashtra elections. Both the parties are ready to field 125 candidates each. The remaining seats have gone to the smaller parties. It seems Congress and NCP will have to crack the nut to overcome the BJP and Shiv Sena alliance. Sharad Pawar the old warhorse of the NCP, his name has been in the air for the Cooperative Bank scam case. Congress is lacking leadership quality. Rebel within the congress camp is the big issue for the parry.

Rebel Congress leader Sanjay Nirupam has predicted a poor Congress performance for the upcoming elections in Maharashtra. Sanjay Nirupam said barring 3-4 seats, Congress candidates would “lose their deposits”. He will not campaign for the party in the state.

Nirupam said he is not quitting the Congress immediately but added that he would have to take a decision if things don’t improve in the party. “I don’t think I would want to leave the party but if the things within the party continues to be like this, then I don’t think I can be in the party for long. I will not take part in election campaign,”. There was a time when Sanjay Nirupam was called the right hand of Rahul Gandhi.

At the outset it seems that BJP and Shiv Sena alliance are firm favorite to win the forthcoming elections in Maharashtra assembly. But like cricket politics is also a game of great uncertainty. Wait and watch till October 24, when everything will be unveiled.

  List of the Assembly Constituencies in Maharashtra  
Constituency No.Constituency NameConstituency No.Constituency Name
1Akkalkuwa (ST)145Mira Bhayandar
2Shahada (ST)146Ovala - Majiwada
3Nandurbar (ST)147Kopri Pachpakhadi
4Nawapur (ST)148Thane
5Sakri (ST)149Mumbra Kalwa
6Dhule Rural 150Airoli
7Dhule City 151Belapur
8Sindkheda 152Borivali
9Shirpur (ST)153Dahisar
10Chopda (ST)154Magathane
11Raver 155Mulund
12Bhusawal 156Vikhroli
13Jalgaon City 157Bhandup West
14Jalgaon Rural 158Jogeshwari East
15Amalner 159Dindoshi
16Erandol 160Kandivali East
17Chalisgaon 161Charkop
18Pachora 162Malad West
19Jamner 163Goregaon
20Muktainagar 164Versova
21Malkapur 165Andheri West
22Buldhana 166Andheri East
23Chikhli 167Vile Parle
24Sindkhed Raja 168Chandivali
25Mehkar (SC)169Ghatkopar West
26Khamgaon 170Ghatkopar East
27Jalgaon Jamod 171Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar
28Akot 172Anushakti Nagar
29Balapur 173Chembur
30Akola West 174Kurla (SC)
31Akola East 175Kalina
32Murtijapur (SC)176Vandre East
33Risod 177Vandre West
34Washim (SC)178Dharavi (SC)
35Karanja 179Sion Koliwada
36Dhamangaon Railway 180Wadala
37Badnera 181Mahim
38Amravati 182Worli
39Teosa 183Shivadi
40Daryapur (SC)184Byculla
41Melghat (ST)185Malabar Hill
42Achalpur 186Mumbadevi
43Morshi 187Colaba
44Arvi 188Panvel
45Deoli 189Karjat
46Hinganghat 190Uran
47Wardha 191Pen
48Katol 192Alibag
49Savner 193Shrivardhan
50Hingna 194Mahad
51Umred (SC)195Junnar
52Nagpur South West 196Ambegaon
53Nagpur South 197Khed Alandi
54Nagpur East 198Shirur
55Nagpur Central 199Daund
56Nagpur West 200Indapur
57Nagpur North (SC)201Baramati
58Kamthi 202Purandar
59Ramtek 203Bhor
60Tumsar 204Maval
61Bhandara (SC)205Chinchwad
62Sakoli 206Pimpri (SC)
63Arjuni Morgaon (SC)207Bhosari
64Tirora 208Vadgaon Sheri
65Gondia 209Shivajinagar
66Amgaon (ST)210Kothrud
67Armori (ST)211Khadakwasla
68Gadchiroli (ST)212Parvati
69Aheri (ST)213Hadapsar
70Rajura 214Pune Cantonment
71Chandrapur (SC)215Kasba Peth
72Ballarpur 216Akole (ST)
73Brahmapuri 217Sangamner
74Chimur 218Shirdi
75Warora 219Kopargaon
76Wani 220Shrirampur (SC)
77Ralegaon (ST)221Nevasa
78Yavatmal 222Shevgaon
79Digras 223Rahuri
80Arni (ST)224Parner
81Pusad 225Ahmednagar City
82Umarkhed (SC)226Shrigonda
83Kinwat 227Karjat Jamkhed
84Hadgaon 228Georai
85Bhokar 229Majalgaon
86Nanded North 230Beed
87Nanded South 231Ashti
88Loha 232Kaij (SC)
89Naigaon 233Parli
90Deglur (SC)234Latur Rural
91Mukhed 235Latur City
92Basmath 236Ahmadpur
93Kalamnuri 237Udgir (SC)
94Hingoli 238Nilanga
95Jintur 239Ausa
96Parbhani 240Umarga (SC)
97Gangakhed 241Tuljapur
98Pathri 242Osmanabad
99Partur 243Paranda
100Ghansawangi 244Karmala
101Jalna 245Madha
102Badnapur (SC)246Barshi
103Bhokardan 247Mohol (SC)
104Sillod 248Solapur City North
105Kannad 249Solapur City Central
106Phulambri 250Akkalkot
107Aurangabad Central 251Solapur South
108Aurangabad West (SC)252Pandharpur
109Aurangabad East 253Sangole
110Paithan 254Malshiras (SC)
111Gangapur 255Phaltan (SC)
112Vaijapur 256Wai
113Nandgaon 257Koregaon
114Malegaon Central 258Man
115Malegaon Outer 259Karad North
116Baglan (ST)260Karad South
117Kalwan (ST)261Patan
118Chandwad 262Satara
119Yevla 263Dapoli
120Sinnar 264Guhagar
121Niphad 265Chiplun
122Dindori (ST)266Ratnagiri
123Nashik East 267Rajapur
124Nashik Central 268Kankavli
125Nashik West 269Kudal
126Deolali (SC)270Sawantwadi
127Igatpuri (ST)271Chandgad
128Dahanu (ST)272Radhanagari
129Vikramgad (ST)273Kagal
130Palghar (ST)274Kolhapur South
131Boisar (ST)275Karvir
132Nalasopara 276Kolhapur North
133Vasai 277Shahuwadi
134Bhiwandi Rural (ST)278Hatkanangle (SC)
135Shahapur (ST)279Ichalkaranji
136Bhiwandi West 280Shirol
137Bhiwandi East 281Miraj (SC)
138Kalyan West 282Sangli
139Murbad 283Islampur
140Ambernath (SC)284Shirala
141Ulhasnagar 285Palus-Kadegaon
142Kalyan East 286Khanapur
143Dombivali 287Tasgaon - Kavathe Mahankal
144Kalyan Rural 288Jat


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