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BJP emerged as the largest party in the 2014 Assembly Elections of Maharashtra

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Oct 20, 2014 14:28 IST
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Election Commission of India on 19 October 2014 announced the results of the 2014 Assembly elections of Maharashtra. The elections were held on 15 October 2014 for total 288 seats.

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) by winning 122 seats emerged as the largest party but none of the parties succeeded in securing a clear majority. 63.13 percent of the electorate voted in Maharashtra.


Results as declared

 

Party

Seats won in 2014

Seats won in 2009

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)

122 seats (27.8 percent)

BJP and Shiv Sena fought the election in alliance and secured 91 seats of which 46 seats (14.0 percent)  were of BJP and Shiv Sena secured 44  seats (16.3 percent)

Shiv Sena

63 seats (19.3 percent)

Indian National Congress

42 seats (18 percent)

INC and NCP fought the election in alliance and secured 144 seats of which 82 seats (21.0 percent) were won by Congress and NCP secured 62 seats (16.4 percent)

Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)

41 seats (17.2 percent)

Others and Independents

20 seats (17.7 percent)

54 seats (32.3 percent)

The elections were held for 288 seats.

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