Maharashtra Assembly political race 2019: The tallying of
decisions in favor of 288 Assembly situates in Maharashtra started at 8 AM and
by early afternoon unmistakably Maharashtra decided in favor of the BJP-Sena
collusion, however the presentation of territorial gathering NCP was very
All the 288 Vidhan Sabha seats Gathbandhan, which saw
an extreme battle between BJP-Shiv Sena applicant and Congress-NCP competitor
went to surveys in a solitary stage on October 21. Stay tuned to India.com for
quickest reports on Maharashtra Assembly political decision results 2019.
Around 60.05 percent of turnout was recorded in the
single-stage political race. The state has absolute 8,98,39,600 voters,
incorporating 1,06,76,013 in the age gathering of 18 to 25 years. Almost 6.5
lakh surveying faculty were conveyed at 96,661 surveying stalls over the state.
In 2014 Assembly decisions, the state had recorded 63.38
percent turnout. In the interim, an avalanche triumph hosts been anticipated
for the Saffron gathering partnership as practically all the leave surveys on
October 21 gave a flat out larger part to the BJP-Sena gathbandhan. Of the
absolute 6 leave surveys, 4 have given an unmistakable sign that saffron
coalition with in excess of 200 seats in the 288-part Maharashtra Assembly.
According to the
Times Now’s leave survey, the BJP will get 230 seats, while the Congress-NCP
will deal with just 48 seats. Just 10 seats were given other ideological
According to the India Today-My Axis survey, the BJP-Shiv
Sena was relied upon to get 181 seats. The Congress-NCP coalition was relied
upon to get just 81 seats, while 26 seats went to the littler gatherings. The
News 18-IPSOS leave survey gave a monstrous triumph to the BJP-Shiv Sena
collusion, with 243 seats.
According to this leave survey, Congress-NCP may pack 41
seats. The ABP News-C Voter had anticipated 204 seats for the BJP, 69 for the
Congress and 15 seats for different gatherings. Provincial channel TV9 Marathi
additionally anticipated 197 seats for the BJP-Sena union and 75 seats for the
Congress, leaving 16 seats for other people. Jan Ki Baat’s leave survey
anticipated 223 seats to the BJP-Shiv Sena union, 54 for Congress and 11 for