When is the end of term of Maharashtra Legislative Assembly?
The term of the current 13th Legislative Assembly is to end on November 9, 2019 as the first meeting of the new house was held on November 10, 2014. Following the 2009 Maharashtra State Assembly election, the Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)— Indian National Congress (INC) alliance won a majority and formed the government.
Which is the state of Maharashtra in 2019?
The 2019 general elections for the state of Maharashtra were held across four phases. Starting from 11 April- 7 seats, 18 April- 10 seats, 23 April- 14 seats, to 29 April- 17 seats. There was a pre-poll alliance between BJP and ShivSena. From this alliance, BJP contested 25 seats and ShivSena 23 seats.
Which is the highest winning party in Maharashtra 2019?
Likewise, NCP too gave one seat each to SSS and Yuva Swabhiman Party (YSP). The results for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 were announced on 23 May 2019. BJP won the highest 23 seats in the election. Followed by ShivSena winning 18 seats, NCP-4, INC-1, AIMIM-1, and 1 independent candidate winner.
Who is the Chief Minister of Maharashtra 2019?
Devendra Fadnavasi was the chief minister of Maharashtra since 2014, his term ended on 12 November 2019. There was a pre-poll alliance between BJP-ShivSena and INC-NCP. Maharashtra election results were declared on October 24, 2019.
How many seats did Shiv Sena get in Maharashtra?
The Shiv Sena offered 119 seats to the BJP and 18 seats to four other allies, keeping 151 to contest itself. After several rounds of negotiations, the parties did not reach a conclusion. Thus the Shiv Sena – BJP alliance ended on the 25 September as well.
Who are the candidates of Shiv Sena in Mumbai?
Shiv Sena started its campaign at Mahalaxmi Racecourse in Mumbai on 27 September, where party leader Uddhav Thackeray addressed its supporters. A total of 3255 candidates contested the election.voter turnout was 64%.
Who is the incumbent Chief Minister of Maharashtra?
The incumbent Indian National Congress started its campaign on 1 September at Hutatma Chowk, Mumbai. Prithviraj Chavan, the incumbent Chief Minister led the campaign with Narayan Rane heading the Campaign Committee. The party’s advertising campaign began on 20 September.