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BJP candidate Pankaja Munde greets her supporters as she celebrates her victory in the Assembly elections in Parli on Sunday.

Pankaja Munde celebrates her victory in ParliBJP set to form govt in Maha; storms to power in Haryana

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The final position of various parties for total of 288 seats in Haryana.

Party name Lead Won 2009 result Changes
BJP 00 47 04  +43
Congress
00 15 40  -25
Indian National Lok Dal 00 20 31  11
Others 00 6 08  -2
Independent 00 00 07  
Total Seat – 90 (For formation of Government required 45 seat)

The final position of various parties for total of 288 seats in Maharashtra.

Party name Lead Won 2009 result Changes
BJP 00 122 46  +76
Congress 00 42 82  -40
Shivsena 00 63 44  +19
NCP 00 41 62  -21
MNS 00 01 13  -12
Others 00 12 17  -5
Independent 00 07 24  -17
Total Seat – 288 (For formation of Government required 144 seat)

7.12 pm: Historic results, a matter of immense happiness & pride for BJP, says Prime Minister Narendra Modi on poll victory.


6.50 pm: If somebody thinks our support is needed, they can approach us: Uddhav

6.37 pm: These are just possibilities at the moment: Uddhav on whether Shiv Sena will back BJP in forming government.  


6.34 pm: Have not received any proposal from BJP for Shiv Sena to join government: Uddhav.  


6:15 pm: Pritam Munde wins Beed Lok Sabha by election by over 6.92 lakh votes, breaks all records of victory margins.  


5.55 p.m. As many as 2,302 independent candidates — 1,699 from Maharashtra and 603 from Haryana — contested the assembly elections. Of these, only 11 could win and 2,290 others lost their seats, as per the results announced by the Election Commission.  


4.48 pm: Congress accepts verdict in Maharashtra and Haryana with humility. We hope parties forming govt will fulfil promises: Sonia Gandhi  


4.44 pm: BJP ally Shiv Sangram chief Vinayak Mete bites dust from Aurangabad.  


4:30 pm: BJP makes huge gains in Vidarbha – ahead in 43 out of 62 seats in the region  


4:20pm: We didn’t end alliance with Shiv Sena, says Amit Shah. Breaking the alliance was not our decision. We respect our allies, but we can’t keep alliances by sacrificing our party workers, he said.  


4.19 pm: Rahul Gandhi congratulates BJP for its success in Maharashtra and Haryana elections, says people voted for change. “We accept people’s verdict. Congress will work hard on the ground to once again earn people’s confidence” he said.   4:15pm: Congress wins Saoner seat in Nagpur district, BJP wins the other 11.  


4.05 pm: Mr. Deshmukh, 88, who represented Sangola seat in Solapur district, had in 2009 become the second legislator in India after DMK Chief M. Karunanidhi to have won 10 elections.  


3:50 pm: With NCP offering outside support to BJP, Congress would have the consolation of being the largest opposition party and its leader would be Leader of the Opposition in the Assembly in Maharashtra.  


3: 35 pm: BJP says it will think about the NCP offer after understanding the nature of support being extended by the Sharad Pawar-led party

 


3:32 pm: Savitri Jindal, the richest woman in the country, lost from the Hisar assembly seat.

Ms. Jindal, who was elected from Hisar in 2005 and 2009 and is a minister in the outgoing Bhupinder Singh Hooda—led Congress government in the state, lost to BJP candidate Kamal Gupta by 13,646 votes.


3:30 pm: “CM will be from BJP, rest will be decided in evening by parliamentary board,” says Devendra Fadnavis when questioned about NCP’s offer.


3:14 pm: NCP leader Praful Patel says NCP will give outside support to BJP in Maharashtra for government formation.


3:02 pm: I take full responsibility for the disappointing performance of Congress in Maharashtra: Prithviraj Chavan.


3:00 pm: BJD candidate Pratyusha Rajeswari Singh, widow of former MP Hemendra Chandra Singh, today won the by-election for Kandhamal Lok Sabha seat in Odisha trouncing BJP’s Rudramadhab Ray by a whopping 2,98,868 votes.


2.57 pm: Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan accepts responsibility for Congress’ defeat.

“No party has received complete majority. BJP has emerged as the largest party and I congratulate them. The Congress’ performance has been disappointing. There were certain improvements after Lok Sabha elections, but they were not sufficient. I take responsibility of my party’s defeat. We will work as a positive opposition, and will work for strengthening the party,” he tells reporters at Karad South.

 


2:40 pm: Ministers in previous govt. Nitin Raut,Anil Deshmukh,Rajendra Mulak,Sanjay Deotale, Rajendra Darda all from Vidarbha bite dust.


2:35 pm: BJP sweeps Nagpur, wins 11 out of 12 seats from the district.


Former Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan watching election news on TV on the counting day of Assembly polls in KaradPrithviraj Chavan watching TV

2:30 pm: INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala defeats Pawan Beniwal of BJP by 11,539 votes from Ellenabad constituency.


2:25 pm: BJP retained the Rajkot-West Assembly seat by winning the bye-election with a margin of over 23,000 votes.

“BJP candidate Vijay Rupani won Rajkot-West Assembly seat by a margin of 23,740 votes at the end of the final 19th round,” Deputy Election Officer Ketan Gandhi.


2:17 pm: Both BJP and Shiv Sena need to think about forming the government in the state,” says RPI (A) chief Ramdas Athawale.


2:10 pm: Former MoS Satej Patil loses from Kolhapur, Former Cabinet Minster Sanjay Deotale defeated from Warora.


2:00 pm: As per the Election Commission till 1 PM, out of total 90 seats, BJP has won eight and was leading comfortably on 43 others, Congress bagged three and leading in 11, Indian National Lok Dal (INLD) won three and leading in 18 while its ally Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) had won one.

Independents bagged one seat and were leading in four others while Haryana Janhit Congress is leading in two seats.


1:53 pm: Ruling Congress’ sitting MLA from Rai Assembly segment in Sonepat district, Haryana, Jai Tirath Dahiya won by a thin margin of three votes defeating his nearest rival of the Indian National Lok Dal.


1.50 pm: “First time we fought on our own in Maharashtra. As an alliance partner of Shiv Sena we used to fight 119 seats. Now on our own we have won almost the same number of seats. It is big victory. Parliamentary Board is meeting at 6 pm to decide future course of action,” says former BJP president Nitin Gadkari


1.47 pm: In Alibaug constituency, Peasants and Workers Party (PWP) candidate Pandit Patil defeated his nearest rival Mahendra Dalvi of Shiv Sena by over 12,000 votes. Baglan seat was won by NCP’s Dipika Sanjay Chavan by a close margin of 4,181 votes.


1.45 pm: BJP’s Dilip Kamble won the Pune cantonment seat by defeating sitting Congress MLA Ramesh Bagwe by 14,955 votes. Bharat Gogavale of Shiv Sena won the Mahad seat in Raigad by defeating Congress’ Manik Jagtap by over 19,000 votes.


1.43 pm: The All India Majlis Ittehadul Muslimeen has surprised many as it leads on four seats in Maharashtra, including one in Mumbai.


1.38 pm: Maharashtra state Congress president Manikrao Thakre resigns

Kalyan East
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 GANPAT KALU GAIKWAD Independent  36357
 GOPAL RAMCHANDRA LANDGE      Shivsena  35612
 VISHAL VISHNU PAWSHE  BJP  28004

1.35 pm: Nagender Bhadana of INLD defeats Pandit Shiv Charan Lal Sharma, an Independent candidate, by 2,914 votes from Faridabad NIT constituency. Naseem Ahmed of INLD defeats Mamman Khan, Independent candidate, by 3,245 votes from Ferozepur Jhirka. Jagbir Singh Malik of Congress defeats Krishan Chander Banger of INLD by 3,228 votes from Gohana


1.33 pm: Ved Narang of INLD defeats BJP’s Surender Punia by 10,261 votes from Barwala constituency. Bishamber Singh of BJP defeats INLD’s Dayabhurtana by 2,559 votes from Bawani Khera (SC) constituency. Rajdeep of INLD defeats Somvir of BJP by 1,610 votes from Dadri.


1.31 pm: BJD’s Pratyusha Rajeswari wins Kandhamal Lok Sabha by-election in Odisha by a margin of nearly three lakh votes


1.30 pm: INLD’s Ashok Arora loses by 25638 votes from Thanesar Assembly constituency to BJP’s Subhash Sudha


1.28 pm: Mohit Kamboj of BJP, richest candidate in fray in Maharashtra, loses to Sunil Prabhu of Shiv Sena from Dindoshi


1.17 pm: Congress leader Amin Patel wins Mumbadevi


1.10 pm: BSP likely to make debut in Maharashtra Assembly – leading by over 3000 votes from North Nagpur seat.

Jalgaon Rural
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 PATIL GULAB RAGHUNATH  Shivsena 84020
 DEOKAR GULABRAO BABURAO  Congress  52653
PATIL ABASAHEB P.C.     BJP  44011
Erandol
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 DR. SATISH BHASKARRAO PATIL  Congress  55656
 PATIL CHIMANRAO RUPCHAND  Shivsena  53673
 MACHHINDRA RATAN PATIL  BJP  28901
Dhule Rural
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 KUNAL (BABA) ROHIDAS PATIL  Congress  119094
 BHADANE MANOHAR DATTATRAY  BJP  73012
 PATIL KIRAN GULABRAO  NCP  17682
Navapur
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 NAIK SURUPSING HIRYA  Congress  93796
 GAVIT SHARAD KRUSHNARAO  NCP  71979
 VALVI KUVARSING FULAJI  BJP  11236

1.05 pm: Maharashtra BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis says CM will be from BJP.


1.00 pm: Outgoing CM Hooda accepts Congress defeat in Haryana polls

Maval
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 BHEGADE SANJAY (BALA) VISHWANATH  BJP  95319
 DNYANOBA ALIAS MAULI DABHADE  NCP 67318
 KIRAN SHANKAR GAIKWAD  Congress  17624
Chiplun
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 CHAVAN SADANAND NARAYAN  Shivsena 75695
 SHEKHAR GOVINDRAO NIKAM  Congress  69627
 MADHAV BHUJANG GAWALI  BJP  9143

12.34 pm: BJP Maharashtra chief Devendra Fadnavis wins from Nagpur south-west.


12.33 pm: In Ralegaon (ST) (Yavatmal), Congress candidate Vasant Purke was trailing with 18,085 votes, while Ashwin Uike of BJP was leading with 33,184 votes


12.29 pm: In Dhamangaon, sitting MLA Virendra Jagtap of Congress got 18,079 votes while veteran leader BJP’s Arun Adsad was trailing behind with 10,967 votes

Pune Cantonment
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 DILIP KAMBLE
 BJP  54692
 BAGAVE RAMESH ANANDRAO  Congress  39737
 WADEKAR PARSHURAM BALKRUSHNA Shivsena  16508
Malegaon Outer
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 BHUSE DADAJI DAGDU  Shivsena  82093
 THAKRE PAWAN YASHVANT  BJP  44672
 GAIKWAD SUNIL (AABA) BABULAL  Congress 34117

12.27 pm: BJP nominee Mallikarjun Reddy was leading in Ramtek constituency as he secured 13,387 votes while sitting Shiv Sena MLA Ashish Jaiswal was trailing with 9,977 votes

>>Congress candidate and former Union Minister Subodh Mohite was at the third spot with 8,069 votes.

>>In Dhamangaon in Wardha district, sitting MLA Virendra Jagtap of Congress got 18,079 votes while veteran leader BJP’s Arun Adsad was trailing behind with 10,967 votes.

>>In Ralegaon (ST) (Yavatmal), Congress candidate Vasant Purke was trailing with 18,085 votes, while Ashwin Uike of BJP was leading with 33,184 votes.

>> In Sangli, BJP candidate Sudhirdada Gadgil was leading by 2,135 votes by the end of the 8th round. In Pune, former Congress minister Harshawardhan Patil was trailing by over 10,000 votes in Indapur constituency.


12.22 pm: Gopinath Munde’s daughter Pritam Munde wins from Beed Lok Sabha seat by over 1.5 lakh votes


12.20 pm: Former Maharashtra CM Prithviraj Chavan wins from Karad South


Pune Cantonment
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 DILIP KAMBLE
 BJP  54692
 BAGAVE RAMESH ANANDRAO  Congress  39737
 WADEKAR PARSHURAM BALKRUSHNA Shivsena  16508

12.15 pm: BJP in-charge Haryana Kailash Vijayvargiya: “The party will collectively decide the next chief minister. He will be someone who will be acceptable to all sections in Haryana.”


12.12 pm: Uddhav Thackeray says Shiv Sena will support that party, which will work for Maharashtra’s progress


12.07 pm: Union Minister Prakash Javadekar says BJP will emerge as the single largest party in Maharashtra and all decisions on alliance will be taken by the party’s Parliamentary Board


11.59 am: Maharashtra: Seven results declared so far. 3 seats each to BJP and Shiv Sena, MNS bags one constituency


11.52 am: NCP’s Chhagan Bhujbal wins from Yeola by defeating Sambhaji Pawar of Shiv Sena by 46,442 votes

Sinnar
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 RAJABHAU (PARAG) PRAKASH WAJE  Shivsena 104031
 KOKATE MANIKRAO SHIVAJI  BJP 83477
 KALE SAMPAT SANTU  Congress  3319
Parvati
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
 MISAL MADHURI SATISH  BJP 95583
 TAWARE SACHIN (ANNA) SHAM  Shivsena 26493
 JAGTAP SUBHASH DIGAMBAR  Congress  26124
Junnar
Name Of Candidate Party Name No Of Votes
SHARADDADA BHIMAJI SONAVANE  MNS  60305
ASHATAI DATTATRAY BUCHKE  Shivsena 43382
 ATUL VALLABH BENKE  Congress  40570

11.50 am: BJP fails to retain Kairana Assembly seat in Western UP, SP’s Nahid Hasan defeats BJP’s Anil Kumar


11.45 am: Anil Sahebrao Kadam of Shiv Sena wins from Niphad while Congress’ Shaikh Asif Shaikh Rashid wins from Malegaon Central in Maharashtra.


11.44 am: BJP will lead a “mini Modi” government in Maharashtra, says Kirit Somaiya

11.42 am: BJP’s Sameer Meghe leading from Hingana seat in Nagpur rural


11.33 am: Haryana Minister Geeta Bhukkal (Congress) defeats Sadhu Ram of INLD by 26,584 votes in Jhajjar (SC) constituency


11.30 am: Anil Sahebrao Kadam of Shiv Sena wins from Niphad, Congress’ Shaikh Asif Shaikh Rashid retains Malegaon Central


11.15 am: BJP’s Anil Vij wins Ambala Cantt assembly seat in Haryana


11.13 am: BJP leads 47 seats out of 87 in Haryana


11.10 am: Former Leader of Opposition in the Maharashtra Assembly, Eknath Khadse, trailing from Muktainagar


11.05 am: BJP’s Vijay Rupani is leading with more than 6,000 votes in the Rajkot West Assembly seat by-poll


11.03 am: After 12th round, BJP Maharashtra chief Devendra Fadnavis leads by 41900 votes from Nagpur south west seat


11.00 am: BJP workers gearing up to celebrate the results of Maharashtra Assembly polls. Photo: Paul Noronha


10.58 am: Former CM Prithviraj Chavan trailing behind Vilaskaka Undalkar in south Karad, while former Deputy CM Ajit Pawar is leading in Baramati in western Maharashtra.


10.55 am: With no party appearing to be in a position to reach the magic figure of 145 seats needed to form government, Maharashtra looks set to witness a plethora of permutations and combinations in the next few days


10.52 am: Geeta Gawli leads from Byculla, Mumbai


10.48 am: BSP leading from North Nagpur seat by over 3000 votes. BJP second. Congress minister Nitin Raut third


10.47 am: Madhuri Misal of BJP retains Pune.


10.48 am: BSP leading from North Nagpur seat by over 3000 votes. BJP second. Congress minister Nitin Raut third


10.35 am: Maharashtra headed for “khichdi sarkar” with no clear winner

Maharashtra appeared headed for an alliance government, with trends available in all 288 constituencies indicating that no party will be in a position to form the government. Read More


10.34 am: Odisha’s ruling BJD takes early lead in by-election to the Kandhamal Lok Sabha seat.


10.30 am: Former Maharashtra minister Sanjay Deotale, who joined BJP and contested from Warora, trailing behind Ashawari Deotale of Congress, who is also his sister-in-law.


10.29 am: Congress and NCP are heading for a major jolt in Vidarbha region where outgoing ministers Anil Deshmukh, Nitin Raut, Rajendra Mulak and MPCC chief Manikrao Thakre’s son Rahul Thakre are trailing in their respective constituencies.


10.27 am:Haryana CM Bhupinder Singh Hooda was leading over Satish Nandal of the INLD by a margin of 3,523 votes from his Garhi Sampla-Kiloi constituency in Rohtak district.


10.26 am: Om Parkash Barwa of INLD was leading over Jai Parkash Dalal of BJP by 1803 votes in Loharu.


10.26am: In Naraingarh, Nayab Singh of BJP was leading over Ram Kishan of Congress by 442 votes. In Bawani Khera, Daya Bhurtana of INLD was leading over Ram Kishan Fauji of Congress by 2074 votes.


10.26 am: Dev Kumar Sharma of BJP was leading over Kamalvir Singh of Congress by 250 votes in Dabwali.


10.25am: In Ellenabad, Pawan Beniwal of BJP leading over Abhay Singh Chautala of INLD by 494 votes. Krishan Lal Panwar of BJP was leading over Balbir Singh of Congress by 1910 votes in Israna.In Badli, Sumitra Dhirpal Singh of INLD was leading over Om Parkash Dhankar of BJP.


10.25 am: Haryana Minister Geeta Bhukkal (Cong) was leading over Dariyao Singh of BJP by 11,778 votes from Jhajjar (SC) constituency.


10.24 am: Randhir Singh Kapriwas of BJP was leading over Satish Yadav of INLD by 766 votes from Rewari constituency, from where Haryana Minister and six-time legislator Ajay Singh Yadav was trailing.


10.24 am: Gopal Kanda, chief of Haryana Lokhit Party was leading over Makhan Lal Singla of INLD by a margin of 695 votes from Sirsa constituency


10.21 am: In Barwala, Ramniwas Ghorela of Congress was leading over Ved Narang of INLD by 51 votes. In Dadri, Surinder Singh of HJC-BL was leading over Rajdeep of INLD by 945 votes. Om Parkash Barwa of INLD was leading over Jai Parkash Dalal of BJP by 1803 votes in Loharu.


10.19 am: BJP’s Krisha Khopde leading by over 25000 votes from East Nagpur seat


10.18 am: INLD’s Haryana unit chief Ashok Arora trailing from his Thanesar constituency from where Subhash Sudha of the BJP was leading by 2279 votes


10.16 am: Vandana Sharma of BJP, younger sister of External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj, leading over Independent candidate Jasbir Deswal from Safidon constituency


10.15 am: Dushyant Chautala, INLD, grandson of former CM OP Chautala, trailing Prem Lata of BJP in Uchana Kalan


10:12 am: “Now, a common person votes for an honest, progressive candidate who will provide good governance. All those parties which will stick to traditional calculations will feel the brunt of the change in voters’ outlook,” says BJP leader Prakash Javadekar.


10.11 am: On possibility of BJP-Shiv Sena alliance in Maharshtra, BJP’s Shyam Jaju says, “We are natural allies. We can come together.”


10.08 am: BJP Maharashtra chief Devedra Fadnavis leading by 28000 votes from Nagpur south-west seat


10.07 am: Several Congress, NCP heavyweights staring at defeat, including NCP leader R.R. Patil, Congress’ former minister Kripa Shankar Singh at Kalina in Mumbai.


10.06 am: Congress leader Bhupinder Singh Hooda leading in Haryana’s Garhi Sampla-Kiloi.


10.05 am: In Igatpuri constituency, sitting Congress MLA Nirmala Gavit is trailing behind NCP’s Hiraman Khoskar. In Nandgaon, sitting MLA Pankaj Bhujbal (NCP) is also trailing.


10.02 am: Amit Satam of BJP is leading over Ashok Bhau Jadhav of Congress in Mumbai’s Andheri West seat. In Nashik-Central, BJP candidate Devyani Pharande is leading over sitting MNS MLA Vasant Gite.


10.00 am: Congress’ Anis Ahmad overtakes BJP from Nagpur central


9.57 am: “We are moving towards a majority. We have always maintained that Shiv Sena is not our political opponent. We are hurt by their comments on our leader Narendra Modi,” says BJP Maharashtra chief Devendra Fadnavis.


9:52 am: BJP Maharashtra chief Devendra Fadnavis leading by 14897 votes from Nagpur south-west seat.


9.44 am: Haryana Minister Mahender Partap Singh of Congress trailing behind Seema Trikha of BJP from Badhkal seat while another Minister Geeta Bhukkal is leading over Sadu Ram of INLD


9.43 am: INLD nominee Pardeep Chaudhary is leading over Latika Sharma of BJP


9.40 am: During the 2009 Haryana Assembly elections, Congress had won 40 seats, INLD 31, BJP four, HJC-BL six, SAD and BSP one each and Independents seven


9.37 am: Close fight between the BJP and BSP in North Nagpur seat


9.33 am: Senior INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala trailing in Ellenabad constituency from where Pawan Beniwal of BJP is leading by 494 votes.


9.30 am: BJP leading on 30 seats in Vidarbha


9.24 am: Senior INLD leader Abhay Singh Chautala trailing in his Ellenabad constituency from where Pawan Beniwal of BJP is leading by 494 votes.


9.23 am:In Gurgaon, Umesh Aggarwal of BJP was leading over Sukhbir Kataria by 14 votes.


9.23 am:Nirmal Singh of Congress was leading over Anil Vij of BJP by 402 votes.


9.23 am:Gian Chand Gupta of BJP was leading over Kulbhushan Goyal of INLD by 931 votes from Panchkula.


9.22 am:Seema Trikha of BJP leading over Haryana Minister Mahender Pratap (Cong) by 4,573 votes from Badhkal seat.


9.22 am:Balkaur Singh of Shiromani Akali Dal (B) leading over Shishpal of Congress by a margin of 752 votes from Kalanwali (SC) seat.


9.21 am:Haryana Minister Geeta Bhukka of Congress leading over Sadhu Ram (INLD) by 2501 votes from Jhajjar.


9.21 am:Pardeep Chaudhar of INLD was leading over Latika Sharma (BJP) by 692 votes from Kalka.


9.21 am: Former Maharashtra BJP chief Sudhir Manguntiwar leading by 6000 votes in Chandrapur


9.20 am: Former Maharashtra minister Chhagan Bhujbal leads over his nearest rival


9.18 am: BJP emerging as numero uno party in Maharashtra

BJP is emerging as the largest party in Maharashtra Assembly polls, leading in 51 of the 114 seats, where trends are available so far. Read More


9.17 am: BJP leads in Maharashtra, NCP blames Chavan. “It all happened because of Chavan,” NCP’s Nawab Malik told the media, referring to former CM Prithviraj Chavan of the Congress.


9:15 am: BJP Maharashtra chief Devendra Fadnavis leading by over 5000 votes from Nagpur south-west seat.


9.15 am: Seema Trikha of BJP leading over Haryana Minister Mahender Pratap (Cong) from Badhkal seat.

>> Balkaur Singh of Shiromani Akali Dal (B) leading over Shishpal of Congress from Kalanwali (SC) seat.

>> Haryana Minister Geeta Bhukka of Congress leading over Sadhu Ram (INLD) from Jhajjar.

>> Pardeep Chaudhar of INLD leading over Latika Sharma (BJP) from Kalka


9.13 am: In Gurgaon, Umesh Aggarwal of BJP leading over Sukhbir Kataria.

>> Nirmal Singh of Congress leading over Anil Vij of BJP

>> Gian Chand Gupta of BJP was leading over Kulbhushan Goyal of INLD from Panchkula.


9:11 am: BJP to form government with Shiv Sena, says a BJP leader close to Gadkari from Nagpur.


9.10 am: CPI(M) candidate Narsayya Adam leads against former union minister Sushil Kumar Shinde’s daughter


9.07 am: Former President Pratibha Patil’s son Raosaheb Shekhawat (Congress) is trailing in Amravati.


9.05 am: Rahul Thakre, son of MPCC chief Manikrao Thakre, is trailing in his constituency in Yavatmal district.


9.04 am: BJP’s Pankaja Munde leading in Parli Assembly constituency over estranged cousin Dhananjay Munde of NCP.


9.02 am: NCP’s Ajit Pawar is leading in Baramati, while former Home Minister RR Patil trailing in Tasgaon against BJP nominee Ajit Ghorpade.


9.00 am: Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan is leading in south Karad over his nearest rival Vilaskaka Undalkar.


8.55 am: Haryana Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Sharma leading over his nearest INLD rival Nirmal Rani from Ganaur constituency.

In Shahbad (SC) Ram Karan of Indian National Lok Dal leading over Krishan Kumar (BJP) by 607 votes.


8:53 am: In Maharashtra: BJP leads in 100, Congress 44, Shivsena leading on 50, NCP 30, MNS 3,others 3


8:41 am: Maharashtra: BJP leads in 56, Shivsena in 30, NCP in 20, Congress in 27.


8:40 am: Haryana Speaker leads from Ganaur

Haryana Assembly Speaker Kuldeep Sharma was leading over his nearest INLD rival from Ganaur constituency.Read More


8:37 am: Senior NCP leader and former Home Minister R.R.Patil trails from Tasgaon.


8:33 am: Former Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan leads in South Karad.


8:32 am: Gopinath Munde’s daughter Pankaja Munde Palwe leading from Parali seat in Beed district.


8:29 am: BJP leads in 34, Congress in 15, Shiv Sena in 16, NCP in 2 in Maharashtra.


8:26 am: BJP State chief and Maharashtra CM contender Devendra Fadnavis leading from Nagpur South-west.


8:24 am: Congress leader Narayan Rane trailing from Kudul seat in Konkan.


8:09 am: First election trends: BJP leading in six seats in Vidarbha.


8:01am: Vote count in Maharashtra begins

Counting of votes for the high-stake Assembly election in Maharashtra, where Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed an unprecedented 27 rallies. Read More

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