Maharashtra Assembly Election Latest News & Results

Change State

List of Constituencies

AC No. Constituency AC No. Constituency
1 Man 2 Dahisar
3 Chopda 4 Magathane
5 Raver 6 Mulund
7 Bhusawal 8 Vikhroli
9 Jalgaon City 10 Bhandup West
11 Jalgaon Rural 12 Jogeshwari East
13 Amalner 14 Dindoshi
15 Erandol 16 Kandivali East
17 Chalisgaon 18 Charkop
19 Pachora 20 Malad West
21 Jamner 22 Goregaon
23 Muktainagar 24 Versova
25 Malkapur 26 Andheri West
27 Buldhana 28 Andheri East
29 Chikhli 30 Vile Parle
31 Sindkhed Raja 32 Chandivali
33 Mehkar 34 Ghatkopar West
35 Khamgaon 36 Ghatkopar East
37 Jalgaon Jamod 38 Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar
39 Akot 40 Anushakti Nagar
41 Balapur 42 Chembur
43 Akola West 44 Kurla
45 Akola East 46 Kalina
47 Murtijapur 48 Vandre East
49 Risod 50 Vandre West
51 Washim 52 Dharavi
53 Karanja 54 Sion Koliwada
55 Dhamamgaon Railway 56 Wadala
57 Badnera 58 Mahim
59 Amravati 60 Worli
61 Teosa 62 Shivadi
63 Daryapur 64 Byculla
65 Melghat 66 Malabar Hill
67 Achalpur 68 Mumbadevi
69 Morshi 70 Colaba
71 Arvi 72 Panvel
73 Deolali 74 Karjat Jamkhed
75 Hinganghat 76 Uran
77 Wardha 78 Pen
79 Katol 80 Alibag
81 Savner 82 Shrivardhan
83 Hingna 84 Mahad
85 Umred 86 Junnar
87 Nagpur South 88 Ambegaon
89 Nagpur South West 90 Khed Alandi
91 Nagpur East 92 Shirur
93 Nagpur Central 94 Daund
95 Nagpur West 96 Indapur
97 Nagpur North 98 Baramati
99 Kamthi 100 Purandar
101 Ramtek 102 Bhor
103 Tumsar 104 Maval
105 Bhandara 106 Chinchwad
107 Sakoli 108 Pimpri
109 Arjuni Morgaon 110 Bhosari
111 Tirora 112 Vadgaon Sheri
113 Gondia 114 Shivajinagar
115 Amgaon 116 Kothrud
117 Armori 118 Khadakwasala
119 Gadchiroli 120 Parvati
121 Aheri 122 Hadapsar
123 Rajura 124 Pune Cantonment
125 Chandrapur 126 Kasba Peth
127 Ballarpur 128 Akole
129 Brahmapuri 130 Sangamner
131 Chimur 132 Shirdi
133 Warora 134 Kopargaon
135 Wani 136 Shrirampur
137 Ralegaon 138 Nevasa
139 Yavatmal 140 Shevgaon
141 Digras 142 Rahuri
143 Arni 144 Parner
145 Pusad 146 Ahmednagar City
147 Umarkhed 148 Shrigonda
149 Kinwat 150 Karjat
151 Hadgaon 152 Georai
153 Bhokar 154 Majalgaon
155 Nanded North 156 Beed
157 Nanded South 158 Ashti
159 Loha 160 Kaij
161 Naigaon 162 Parli
163 Deglur 164 Latur Rural
165 Mukhed 166 Latur City
167 Basmath 168 Ahmadpur
169 Kalamnuri 170 Udgir
171 Hingoli 172 Nilanga
173 Jintur 174 Ausa
175 Parbhani 176 Umarga
177 Gangakhed 178 Tuljapur
179 Pathri 180 Osmanabad
181 Partur 182 Paranda
183 Ghansawangi 184 Karmala
185 Jalna 186 Madha
187 Badnapur 188 Barshi
189 Bhokardan 190 Mohol
191 Sillod 192 Solapur City North
193 Kannad 194 Solapur City Central
195 Phulambri 196 Akkalkot
197 Aurangabad Central 198 Solapur South
199 Aurangabad West 200 Pandharpur
201 Aurangabad East 202 Sangole
203 Paithan 204 Malshiras
205 Gangapur 206 Phaltan
207 Vaijapur 208 Wai
209 Nandgaon 210 Koregaon
211 Malegaon Central 212 Malegaon Outer
213 Karad North 214 Baglan
215 Karad South 216 Kalwan
217 Patan 218 Chandwad
219 Satara 220 Yevla
221 Sinnar 222 Guhagar
223 Niphad 224 Chiplun
225 Dindori 226 Ratnagiri
227 Nashik East 228 Rajapur
229 Nashik Central 230 Kankavli
231 Nashik West 232 Kudal
233 Deoli 234 Sawantwadi
235 Igatpuri 236 Chandgad
237 Dahanu 238 Radhanagari
239 Vikramgad 240 Kagal
241 Palghar 242 Kolhapur South
243 Boisar 244 Karvir
245 Nalasopara 246 Kolhapur North
247 Vasai 248 Shahuwadi
249 Bhiwandi Rural 250 Hatkanangle
251 Shahapur 252 Ichalkaranji
253 Bhiwandi West 254 Shirol
255 Bhiwandi East 256 Miraj
257 Kalyan West 258 Sangli
259 Murbad 260 Islampur
261 Ambernath 262 Shirala
263 Ulhasnagar 264 Palus Kadegaon
265 Kalyan East 266 Khanapur
267 Dombivali 268 Tasgaon Kavathe Mahankal
269 Kalyan Rural 270 Jat
271 Dapoli 272 Akkalkuwa
273 Mira Bhayandar 274 Shahada
275 Ovala Majiwada 276 Nandurbar
277 Kopri Pachpakhadi 278 Navapur
279 Thane 280 Sakri
281 Mumbra Kalwa 282 Dhule Rural
283 Airoli 284 Dhule City
285 Belapur 286 Sindkheda
287 Borivali 288 Shirpur
2019 Assembly Elections Updates

The results for the Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019 are out for all the 284 seats. The BJP won 105 Seats, Shiv Sena 56; NCP 54, Congress 44, and others won 29 seats. However, no single party reached the majority mark. The NDA is expected to lay claim to forming the government.

Nagpur: Maharashtra CM and BJP leader Devendra Fadnavis collects his winning certificate. He has won from Nagpur South West assembly constituency. #MaharashtraAssemblyPolls

PM Narendra Modi addressed BJP workers after the saffron party emerged as the single largest party in the assembly elections 2019. He said that both Devendra fadnavis and Manohar Lal Khattar served people for five years. He added that before the festival of Diwali people of both the states showed their trust on the BJP.

After the BJP emerged as the single largest party in Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019, Home Minister Amit Shah exuded confidence in forming the government with full majority. The BJP and the Shiv Sena alliance has crossed the magic figure of 145, The ruling alliance is likely to get 159 seats. While, the Congress-NCP alliance has been able to win only 105 seats.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi thanked people of Maharashtra for showing affection towards National Democratic Alliance (NDA). He tweeted, "People of Maharashtra have blessed the NDA with immense affection. We are humbled to have got the people’s support yet again. Our work towards Maharashtra’s progress continues! I salute each and every Karyakarta of the BJP, Shiv Sena and our entire NDA family for their hardwork."

Devendra Fadnavis said, "We are going to move ahead according to what has been decided between Shiv Sena and us (BJP). What has been decided is something which you will get to know when the time is right."

BJP candidate Rahul Narwekar has won the Colaba assembly seat. He defeated Congress candidate Ashok Arjunrao with a margin of over 16,000 votes.

Maharashtra Chief Minister addresses media after the BJP emerged as the single largest party in the assembly election. Fadnavis thanked people of the state for supporting his party.

Uddhav Thackeray is addressing the press conference as results of the 2019 Maharashtra Assembly Elections get clearer with every hour. However, Thackeray avoided the question on whether the Shiv Sena will promote Aaditya Thackeray as the chief minister's face in the state.

Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray is addressing the media. Thackeray in his press conference said that people supported the Shiv Sena.

Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has won Nagpur South-West Constituency. He defeated his nearest rival of Ashish Deshmukh of the Congress.

Shiv Sena youth wing leader Aaditya Thackeray has from from Worli in his poll debut. Aaditya is the first member of the Thackeray to constest any election.

Shiv Sena lost its stronghold Vandre East. Congress candidate Zeeshan Baba Siddique won the seat defeating Shiv Sena's Vishwanath Pandurang Mahadeshwar.

NCP President, Sharad Pawar gave a stern message to all those who left his party before the elections, He said, "One important thing to see is that people who left us, have not been accepted. Defections have not worked in favour of those who left."

Sharad Pawar said, "The Opposition has worked hard and all members of Congress-NCP & allies have delivered and given their best. I thank them all. Power comes, power goes but it is important to remain committed to a cause and we thank people for the love they showed."

NCP Chief Sharad Pawar thanked all his party. He added, "We will soon hold a meeting to discuss certain things about the elections, with our supporters and decide our future course of action. We have tried to perform to the best of our abilities."

BJP's Pankanja Munde lost Parli Assembly Seat. She was defeated by her cousin and NCP candidate Dhananjay.

Shiv Sena's Ajay Chaudhary has won Shivadi Assembly segment. It is a part of the Mumbai South Lok Sabha constituency. 

BJP's Sunil Rane has won form Borivali. Rane received over one lakh votes.

Former Maharashtra CM and Congress candidate Ashok Chavan won the Bhokar Assembly constituency.

As NCP's Ajit Pawar won the Baramati assembly seat by a huge margin, all other candidates who contested the assembly elections from Baramati have lost their deposits. Pawar received 1,26,402 votes.

BJP's Parag Shah has won the Ghatkopar East Assembly constituency.  It is the third consecutive time when the saffron party has won the Ghatkopar East Vidhan Sabha.

As BJP is unlikely to touch the majority mark, its alliance partner Shiv Sena has started demanding CM post for Aaditya Thackeray. Shiv Sena MP Sanjay Raut asked to make Thackeray the next CM of Maharashtra. Currently, the BJP is leading in 103 seats, while the Shiv Sena is ahead in 63 seats. In the 288-member assembly, the party needs to get at least 14 seats.

NCP leader Ajit Pawar has won the Baramati Assembly seat.

The BJP crossed 100-figure mark in Maharashtra. The saffron party is leading on 101 seats, while its alliance partner Shiv Sena is ahead in 63 seats.

BJP is leading in 97 seats, while Shiv Sena ahead in 64 seats. The Congress and NCP alliance is leading in 93 constituencies.

Maharashtra Assembly Election Result 2019

PartyWonLeadingTotal
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen033
Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi022
Bharatiya Janata Party09797
Communist Party of India (Marxist)022
Independent01414
Indian National Congress03939
Jan Surajya Shakti011
Krantikari Shetkari Party011
Loksangram011
Maharashtra Navnirman sena011
Nationalist Congress Party05353
Peasants And Workers Party of India011
Prahar Janshakti Party011
Samajwadi Party022
Shiv Sena06464
Swatantra Bharat Paksha011
Vanchit Bahujan Aaghadi044
Total0287287

BJP candidate from Colaba Rahul Narwekar exuded confidence that the BJP-Shiv Sena alliance would win more than 220 seats.

Shiv Sena's Aaditya Thackeray is leading from Worli constituency by 16,000 votes. He is the first member of the Thackeray family to contest any election.

BJP-Shiv Sena Alliance crossed majority mark in the Vidhan Sabha election results. The alliance is leading on 150 seats.

Bahujan Vikas Agadi's Hitendra Vishnu Thakur is leading from Vasai Assembly constituency.

Former CM Prithviraj Chavan is leading from Karad South Assembly seat. After the 2014 elections, Chavan served as the leader of opposition in Maharashtra Assembly.

BJP candidate Rahul Narwekar is leading from Colaba Assembly segment

BJP candidate and Cabinet Minister Pankaja Munde is trailing behind her cousin Dhananjay of the NCP from Parli Assembly segment.

Maharashtra CM Devendra Fadnavis regains lead in Nagpur South-West Constituency. Fadnavis had won the assembly elections in 2009 and 2014.

NCP candidate Nawab Malik is leading from Mumbai's Anushakti Nagar.

State Chief  Minister Devendra Fadnavis is trailing from Nagpur South-West Constituency. Congress candidate Ashish Deshmukh is leading from the key constituency.

In Mumbai, the BJP and the Shiv Sena are leading on 14 seats each, while the Congress is leading in 4 seats.

AIMIM is leading in three constituencies - Aurangabad East, Malegaon Central and Majalgaon, while MNS Candidate is leading from Kalyan rural.

BJP candidate Ganesh Naik is leading from Airoli constituency. He represented the Belapur constituency on the NCP ticket in the past. in 2014, he lost to BJP candidate Manda Mahatre. Naik joined the BJP before the Assembly elections.

BJP's Pankaja Munde is leading from Parli constituency by over 1,000 votes.

AIMIM candidate Mufti Ismail is ahead by 2000 votes from Congress candidate from Malegaon Central.

Shiv Sena's Aditya Thackeray has consolidated his lead from Worli Assembly constituency. Thackeray is leading by 6,000 votes.

From Belapur Assembly constituency, the NCP candidate Ashok Gawade is leading. He is contesting against sitting MLA Manda Mahatre. In 2014, Mahatre had bagged the seat defeating NCP's Ganesh Naik.

Former Chief Minister and Congress candidate Ashok Chavan is leading from Marathwada's Bhokar constituency.

BJP's Atul Moreshwar Save and Kuche Narayan Tilakchand is leading from Aurangabad East and Badnapur respectively.

NCP leader Ajit Pawar is leading from Baramati. As per early trends, the NCP is leading on four seats.

The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance is leading on 22 seats, NCP-Congress alliance leading on seven seats.

State Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis is Leading from Nagpur South, while Shiv Sena's Aditya Thackeray is leading from Worli Constituency

As per early trends The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is leading on six seats, while the Shiv Sena is maintaining its lead on two seats. The Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) is leading on one seat.

Counting of Votes for state Vidhan Sabha has begun. The voting for 288-member Maharashtra Assembly took place on October 21.

Counting of votes for 288 seats of Maharashtra Assembly will begin shortly. The early trends are expected to emerge by 8:30 pm as soon as the ECI finishes the counting of votes cast through postal ballots. 

A total of 3,237 candidates contested the assembly elections. The main contest is between the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)- Shiv Sena and Congress-NCP alliance. All the exit polls predicted a landslide victory for the ruling BJP-Shev Sena alliance.

State Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis, Shiv Sena Youth Wing leader Aditya Thackeray, Former CM Ashok Chavan and Nationalist Congress Party Ajit Pawar are among the key candidates in the Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019.

Counting of votes for Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019 will begin today at 8 am . Voting for the 288-member Maharashtra assembly took place on October 21. A total of 63 percent voter turnout was recorded in the state.

Maharashtra Past Assembly Election Results

  • 2014 : total : 288, BJP : 122, SHS : 63, NCP : 41, INC : 42, OTH:20
  • 2009 : Total : 288, INC : 82, NCP : 62, BJP : 46, SS : 44, OTH:54
  • 2004 : Total : 288, NCP : 71, INC : 69, SS : 62, BJP : 54, OTH:32
  • 1999 : Total : 288, INC : 75, SS : 69, NCP : 58, BJP : 56, OTH:30
  • 1995 : Total : 288, INC : 80, SS : 73, BJP : 65, Independent  : 45, OTH:25
  • 1990 : Total : 288, INC : 141, SS : 52, BJP : 42, JD : 24, OTH:29
  • 1985 : Total : 288, INC : 161, ICS : 54, Independent  : 20, BJP : 16, OTH:37
  • 1980 : Total : 288, INC(I) : 186, INC(U) : 47, JP : 17, BJP : 14, OTH:24
  • 1978 : Total : 288, JP : 99, INC : 69, INC(I) : 62, Independent  : 28, OTH:30
*Disclaimer: Facts and numbers placed above have been sourced from official election websites. LatestLY does not take responsibility for the same.