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Maharashtra Assembly Election Results 2019: List of Congress winners

The Congress party is contesting in alliance with Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) for 288 seats in Maharashtra in the 2019 Assembly elections. The counting of votes in the state began in 269 locations at 8 am on Thursday and is currently underway.

Maharashtra Assembly Election Results 2019: List of Congress winners

The Congress party had contested the 2019 Maharashtra Assembly elections in alliance with Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) for 288 seats in the state. The counting of votes in the state took place in 269 locations on Thursday.

The voting for the same was held amid tight security arrangements in a single-phase on October 21. The state witnessed a slump in the voter turnout this time around as compared to 2014. The estimated voter turnout in Maharashtra was 61.26% as compared to 63.08% in 2014.

Out of 288 Assembly seats, the Congress party had fielded 147 candidates while its ally NCP had contested from 121 seats. 

Just like its devastating loss in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls, the grand old party once again struggled in the first state elections since Sonia Gandhi has returned as party president.

The Congress Party (44) and NCP (54) won just 98 seats in coalition while MNS bagged only one seat in Maharashtra Assembly. 

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), on the other hand, had contesting from 164 seats and its ally in the state, Shivsena had fielded its nominees in 124 seats. The saffron party and Shiv Sena crossed the half-way mark to regain power. While BJP won 105 seats, Shiv Sena emerged victorious from 56 seats in the state. 

Among other parties, the Raj Thackeray-led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) had fielded 101 candidates. Meanwhile, around 1,400 Independents were also in the fray.

 Here's a complete list of Congress winners in Maharashtra:

Name of Constituency Winner
Akkalkuwa (ST) ADV. K. C. PADAVI
Nawapur (ST) Naik Shirishkumar Surupsing
Dhule Rural Dhule Rural
Raver Chaudhari Shirish Madhukarrao
Malkapur Ekade Rajesh Panditrao
Risod Amit Subhashrao Zanak
Amravati Sulbha Sanjay Khodke
Teosa Adv. Yashomati Chandrakant Thakur
Daryapur (SC) Balwant Baswant Wankhade
Deoli Ranjit Prataprao Kamble
Savner KEDAR SUNIL CHHATRAPAL
Umred Raju Devnath Parwe
Nagpur West Vikas Pandurang Thakre
Nagpur North (SC) DR. NITIN RAUT
Sakoli NANABHAU FALGUNRAO PATOLE
Amgaon (ST) KOROTE SAHASRAM MAROTI
Rajura SUBHASH RAMCHANDRARAO DHOTE
Brahmapuri VIJAY NAMDEVRAO WADETTIWAR
Warora Dhanorkar Pratibha Suresh
Hadgaon Jawalgaonkar Madhavrao Nivruttirao Patil
Bhokar Ashokrao Shankarrao Chavan
Nanded South Mohanrao Marotrao Hambarde
Deglur (SC) Antapurkar Raosaheb Jayvanta
Pathri WARPUDKAR SURESH AMBADASRAO
Jalna Gorantyal Kailas Kisanrao
Igatpuri (ST) HIRAMAN BHIKA KHOSKAR
Vandre East ZEESHAN BABA SIDDIQUE
Dharavi (SC) Gaikwad Varsha Eknath
Mumbadevi Amin Patel
Purandar SANJAY CHANDUKAKA JAGTAP
Bhor SANGRAM ANANTRAO THOPTE
Sangamner VIJAY ALIAS BALASAHEB BHAUSAHEB THORAT
Shrirampur (SC) Kanade Lahu Natha
Latur Rural Dhiraj Vilasrao Deshmukh
Latur City Amit Vilasrao Deshmukh
Mohol (SC) Mane Yashwant Vitthal
Solapur City Central Shinde Praniti Sushilkumar
Karad South CHAVAN PRITHVIRAJ DAJISAHEB
Kolhapur South Ruturaj Sanjay Patil
Karvir P. N.Patil (Sadolikar)
Kolhapur North Chandrakant Pandit Jadhav
Hatkanangle (SC) Awale Raju (Baba) Jaywantrao
Palus-Kadegaon Kadam Vishwajeet Patangrao
Jat Vikramsinh Balasaheb Sawant

In the 2014 election, the Congress and the NCP bagged 42 and 41 seats, respectively in the 288-seat Maharashtra Assembly. Meanwhile, the BJP was the single largest party with 122 seats while Shivsena had won 63 seats in Maharashtra. The Congress and the NCP bagged 42 and 41 seats, respectively in the 288-seat Maharashtra Assembly. 

Unlike this time, all four parties had contested independently in the last Assembly polls.

Former chief ministers Ashok Chavan and Prithviraj Chavan were among big Congress names whose fate will be decided today. Ashok Chavan ahas won the seat from Bhokar in Nanded district, while Prithviraj has emerge victorious from Karad South in Satara district.