Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Along with the 2019 General Election schedule the Election Commission of India announced the Legislative Assembly elections in four States they are Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Arunachal Pradesh, and Sikkim.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule First Phase:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 18th March 2019 Monday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 18th March 2019 Monday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 25th March 2019 Monday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 26th March 2019 Tuesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 28th March 2019 Thursday
6 Voting Day 11th April 2019 Thursday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections Second Phase Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 19th March 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 19th March 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 26th March 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 27th March 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 29th March 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 18th April 2019 Thursday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Maharashtra Lok Sabah Elections Third Phase Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 28th March 2019 Thursday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 28th March 2019 Thursday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 4th April 2019 Thursday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 5th April 2019 Friday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 8th April 2019 Monday
6 Voting Day 23rd  April 2019 Tuesday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday
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Maharashtra Lok Sabah Elections Fourth Phase Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 2nd April 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 2nd April 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 9th April 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 10th April 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 12th April 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 29th  April 2019 Monday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Lok Sabha Constituencies of Maharashtra

In terms of population in India, Maharashtra is the second biggest State. The Maharashtra State consists of 48 Lok Sabha Constituencies. Out of these 48 Constituencies 5 Lok Sabha Constituencies are reserved for scheduled castes whereas 4 Constituencies are reserved for the scheduled tribes and the remaining constituencies are in general category. In the 2014 General elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won 22 seats, Shiv Sena party has won 18 seats, the NCP party has won 5 seats, the Indian National Congress party has won 2 seats and the remaining 1 seat was won by the SWP party.

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Maharashtra is the second biggest State in terms of population in India, Maharashtra State has the second highest number of Assembly Constituencies and the total Assembly Constituencies in Maharashtra State are 288. The last Vidhan Sabha Elections in Maharashtra were held in the year 2014. Out 288 Assembly Constituencies BJP and its allies won 189 seats and formed the Government in Maharashtra. Devendra Fadnavis became the 18th Chief Minister of Maharashtra State.

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Maharashtra Major Political Parties:

Indian National Congress (INC)

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)

Jan Sangh (BJS)

Shiv Sena (SS)

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General Election Results from 1951 – 2014 Maharashtra:

1951-52 General Elections: Congress won 41 out of 45 Constituencies.

1957 General Elections: Total: 66. Congress: 38, BJS: 2, CPI: 4, PSP: 5, PWP: 4, SCF: 5, Ind: 8.

1962 General Elections: Indian National Congress: 41 out of 44 Constituencies.

1967 General Elections: Indian National Congress: 37/45. CPI: 2, PWP: 2, SSP: 2

1971 General Elections: Indian National Congress: 42 out of 45

1977 General Elections: Janata Party & Allies: 28/48, Congress: 20

1980 General Elections: Indian National Congress 39/48, Janata: 8.

1984 General Elections: Indian National Congress: 43/48, Sharad Pawar’s Cong: 2.

1989 General Elections: Indian National Congress: 28/49, BJP: 10, Janata: 4, Ind: 3

1991 General Elections: Indian National Congress: 38, BJP: 5, Shiv Sena: 4

1996 General Elections: BJP: 18, Shiv Sena: 15, Congress+Allies: 15

1998 General Elections: INC+: 38 (INC: 31, RPI: 6), BJP: 4, Shiv Sena: 6

1999 General Elections: BJP (NDA Allies) 13, Shiv Sena: 15, Congress: 10, NCP: 6

2004 General Elections: BJP (NDA Allies): 13, Shiv Sena: 12, Cong: 13, NCP: 9

2009 General Elections: Cong: 17, NCP: 8, BJP: 9, Shiv Sena: 11

2014 General Elections: BJP (NDA Allies): 42, Cong: 2, NCP: 4.

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Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Maharashtra are 48

No.               Constituency               Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                      Nandurbar                                     ST
2                      Dhule                                             None
3                      Jalgaon                                          None
4                      Raver                                             None
5                      Buldhana                                      None
6                      Akola                                             None 
7                      Amravati                                          SC
8                      Wardha                                           None
9                      Ramtek                                             SC
10                    Nagpur                                            None
11                    Bhandara–Gondiya                       None
12                    Gadchiroli–Chimur                          ST
13                    Chandrapur                                    None
14                    Yavatmal–Washim                        None
15                    Hingoli                                             None
16                    Nanded                                            None
17                    Parbhani                                          None
18                    Jalna                                                  None
19                    Aurangabad                                     None
20                    Dindori                                                ST
21                    Nashik                                               None
22                    Palghar                                                ST
23                    Bhiwandi                                          None
24                    Kalyan                                               None
25                    Thane                                                 None
26                    Mumbai North                                 None
27                    Mumbai North West                       None
28                    Mumbai North East                         None
29                    Mumbai North Central                    None
30                    Mumbai South Central                    None
31                    Mumbai South                                  None
32                    Raigad                                                 None
33                    Maval                                                   None
34                    Pune                                                     None
35                    Baramati                                             None
36                    Shirur                                                   None
37                    Ahmednagar                                       None
38                    Shirdi                                                       SC
39                    Beed                                                       None
40                    Osmanabad                                          None
41                    Latur                                                         SC
42                    Solapur                                                     SC
43                    Madha                                                    None
44                    Sangli                                                      None
45                    Satara                                                      None
46                    Ratnagiri–Sindhudurg                         None
47                    Kolhapur                                                None
48                    Hatkanangle                                          None

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Maharashtra Members List:

1 Ahmednagar Gandhi,Shri Dilip Kumar Mansukhlal BJP
2 Akola Dhotre,Shri Sanjay Shamrao BJP
3 Amravati Adsul, Shri Anandrao SS
4 Aurangabad Khaire,Shri Chandrakant Bhaurao SS
5 Baramati Sule,Smt. Supriya Sadanand NCP
6 Beed Munde,Dr. Pritam Gopinath BJP
7 Bhandara-Gondiya Kukde,Shri Madhukarrao Yashwantrao NCP
8 Bhiwandi Patil,Shri Kapil Moreshwar BJP
9 Buldhana Jadhav,Shri Prataprao SS
10 Chandrapur Ahir, Shri Hansraj Gangaram BJP
11 Dhule Bhamre,Dr. Subhash Ramrao BJP
12 Dindori(ST) Chavan,Shri Harishchandra Deoram BJP
13 Gadchiroli-Chimur(ST) Nete,Shri Ashok Mahadeorao BJP
14 Hatkanangle Shetti,Shri Raju alias Devappa Anna SWP
15 Hingoli Satav,Shri Rajeev Shankarrao INC
16 Jalgaon Patil,Shri A.T. (Nana) BJP
17 Jalna Danve,Shri Raosaheb Patil BJP
18 Kalyan Shinde,Dr. Shrikant Eknath SS
19 Kolhapur Mahadik,Shri Dhananjay Bhimrao NCP
20 Latur(SC) Gaikwad,Dr. Sunil Baliram BJP
21 Madha Patil,Shri Vijaysinh Mohite NCP
22 Maval Barne,Shri Shrirang Appa SS
23 Mumbai South-Central Shewale,Shri Rahul Ramesh SS
24 Mumbai-North Shetty,Shri Gopal Chinayya BJP
25 Mumbai-North-Central Mahajan,Smt. Poonam BJP
26 Mumbai-North-East Dr. Kirit Somaiya, BJP
27 Mumbai-North-West Kirtikar,Shri Gajanan Chandrakant SS
28 Mumbai-South Sawant,Shri Arvind Ganpat SS
29 Nagpur Gadkari,Shri Nitin Jairam BJP
30 Nanded Chavan,Shri Ashok Shankarrao INC
31 Nandurbar(ST) Gavit,Dr. Heena Vijaykumar BJP
32 Nashik Godse,Shri Hemant Tukaram SS
33 Osmanabad Gaikwad,Prof. Ravindra Vishwanath SS
34 Palghar Gavit,Shri Rajendra Dhedya BJP
35 Parbhani Jadhav,Shri Sanjay Haribhau SS
36 Pune Anil (alias Padmakar) Gulabrao, Shirole, Shri BJP
37 Raigad Geete,Shri Anant Gangaram SS
38 Ramtek(SC) Tumane,Shri Krupal Balaji SS
39 Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg Raut,Shri Vinayak Bhaurao SS
40 Raver Khadse,Smt. Raksha Nikhil BJP
41 Sangli Patil,Shri Sanjay(Kaka) Ramchandra BJP
42 Satara Bhonsle,Shri Udayanraje Pratapsingh NCP
43 Shirdi(SC) Lokhande,Shri Sadashiv Kisan SS
44 Shirur Adhalrao Patil, Shri Shivaji SS
45 Solapur(SC) Bansode,Shri Sharadkumar Maruti BJP
46 Thane Vichare,Shri Rajan Baburao SS
47 Wardha Tadas,Shri Ramdas Chandrabhanji BJP
48 Yavatmal-Washim Bhawana Gawali (Patil), Ms. SS

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