Maharashtra elections: Bhartiya Janta Party releases first list of 125 candidates; CM Devendra Fadnavis to contest from Nagpur South West seat

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Clearing the much-anticipated speculation about the candidates in Maharashtra elections, Bhartiya Janta Party has finally released the first list of candidates for the upcoming state polls. The first list contains the names of 125 candidates in total.

Present Chief Minister of Maharashtra Devendra Fadnavis will contest from Nagpur South West seat. BJP leader Chandrakant Patil will contest from Kothrud. It has been reported that names of 12 sitting MLAs have been dropped off the final list.

Maharashtra will go to polls for its 288 assembly seats on October 21 along with Haryana, following which voting will be done on October 24.

List of all Candidates with their resective seats-

  1. Nagpur South West – Devendra Fadnavis
  2. Kothrud – Chandrakant Dada Patil
  3. Shahada (ST) – Rajesh Udesingh Padvi
  4. Nandurbar (ST) – Vijaykumar Gavit
  5. Solapur City North – Vijayrao Deshmukh
  6. Solapur South – Subhash Deshmukh
  7. Wai – Madan Prataprao Bhosale
  8. Man – Jaykumar Gore
  9. Karad South – Atul Suresh Bhosale
  10. Satara – Shivendrasinh Abhaysingraje Bhosale
  11. Kolhapur South – Amal Mahadeek
  12. Ichalkaranji – Suresh Halwankar
  13. Miraj (SC) – Suresh Khade
  14. Sangli – Sudhir Gadgil
  15. Shirala – Shivajirao Naik
  16. Jat – Vilasrao Jagtap
  17. Nawapur (ST) – Bharat Manikrao Gavit
  18. Dhule Rural – Dnyanjyoti Manohar Badane Patil
  19. Tirora – Vijay Rahangadale
  20. Amgaon (ST) – Sanjay Puram
  21. Armori (ST) – Krushna D. Gajbhe
  22. Gadchiroli (ST) – Devrao Holi
  23. Rajura – Sanjay Dhote
  24. Chandrapur (SC) – Nana Shyamkule
  25. Ballarpur – Sudhir Mungantiwar
  26. Chimur – Kirtikumar (Bunty) Bhangdiya
  27. Wani – Sanjiv Reddy Bodkurwar
  28. Akola West – Goverdhan Sharma
  29. Akola East – Randhir Sawarkar
  30. Murtijapur (SC) – Harish Pimple
  31. Washim (SC) – Lakhan Malik
  32. Karanja – Rajendra Patni
  33. Amravati – Sunil Deshmukh
  34. Daryapur (SC) – Ramesh Bundile
  35. Morshi – Anil Bonde
  36. Arvi – Dadarao Keche
  37. Hinganghat – Samir Kunawar
  38. Wardha – Pankaj Bhoyar
  39. Savner – Rajiv Potdar
  40. Hingna – Samir Meghe
  41. Umred (SC) – Sudhir Parwe
  42. Nagpur South – Mohan Mate
  43. Nagpur East – Krushna Khopde
  44. Nagpur Central – Vikas Shankarrao Kumbhare
  45. Nagpur West – Sudhakar Deshmukh
  46. Sindkheda – Jaykumar Rawal
  47. Bhiwandi West – Mahesh Chaugule
  48. Murbad – Kisan Kathore
  49. Kalyan East – Ganpat Kalu Gayakwad
  50. Dombivali – Ravindra Chavhan
  51. Mira Bhayandar – Narendra Mehata
  52. Thane – Sanjay Kelkar
  53. Airoli – Sandip Naik
  54. Belapur Smt. Manda Mhatre
  55. Dahisar Smt. Manisha Chaudhari
  56. Mulund – Mihir Kotecha
  57. Kandivali East – Atul Bhatkhalkar
  58. Charkop – Yogesh Sagar
  59. Goregaon Smt. Vidya Thakur
  60. Andheri West – Amit Satam
  61. Vile Parle Adv. Parag Alavani
  62. Ghatkopar West – Ram Kadam
  63. Vandre West Adv. Ashish Shelar
  64. Raver – Haribhau Jawale
  65. Bhusawal (SC) – Sanjay Sawkare
  66. Jalgaon City – Suresh (Rajumama) Bhole
  67. Amalner – Shirish Chaudhari
  68. Chalisgaon – Mangesh Ramesh Chavhan
  69. Jamner – Girish Mahajan
  70. Malkapur – Chainsukh Sancheti
  71. Chikhli – Shweta Mahale
  72. Khamgaon – Aakash Phundkar
  73. Jalgaon (Jamod) – Sanjay Kute
  74. Akot – Prakash Bharsakale
  75. Nagpur North (SC) – Milind Mane
  76. Arjuni-Morgaon (SC) – Rajkumar Badole
  77. Ralegaon – Ashok Ramji Uikey
  78. Yavatmal – Madan Madhukar Yerawar
  79. Arni (ST) – Sandip Prabhakar Dhurve
  80. Bhokar – Bapusaheb Gorthekar
  81. Mukhed – Tushar Rathod
  82. Hingoli – Tanaji Mutkule
  83. Partur – Babanrao Dattatray Lonikar
  84. Badnapur (SC) – Narayan Kuche
  85. Bhokardan – Santosh Raosaheb Patil Danve
  86. Phulambri – Haribhau Bagde
  87. Aurangabad East – Atul Sawe
  88. Gangapur – Prashant Bam
  89. Chandvad – Rahul Aher
  90. Nashik Central Sau Devyani Farande
  91. Nashik West Sau Seema Hire
  92. Dahanu (ST) – Paskal Dhanare
  93. Vikramgad (ST) – Hemant Sawara
  94. Sion Koliwada Capt. Tamil Selwan
  95. Wadala – Kalidas Kolambkar
  96. Malabar Hill – Mangalprabhat Lodha
  97. Panvel – Prashant Thakur
  98. Pen – Ravisheth Patil
  99. Shirur – Baburao Kashinath Pacharne
  100. Indapur – Harshwardhan Patil
  101. Chinchwad – Laxman Jagtap
  102. Bhosari – Mahesh (Dada) Kisan Landge
  103. Vadgaol Sheri – Jagdish Mulik
  104. Shivajinagar – Sidharth Padmakar Shirole
  105. Khadakwasala – Bhimarao Tapkir
  106. Parvati Smt. Madhuri Misal
  107. Hadapsar – Yogesh Tilekar
  108. Pune Cantonment (SC) – Sunil Kamble
  109. Kasba Peth Sau Mukta Tilak
  110. Akole (ST) – Vaibhav Pichad
  111. Shirdi – Radhakrushna Vikhe Patil
  112. Kopargaon Smt. Snehalata Kolhe
  113. Nevasa – Balasaheb Murkute
  114. Shevgaon Smt. Monika Rajale
  115. Rahuri – Shivajirao Kardile
  116. Shrigonda – Babanrao Pachpute
  117. Karjat Jamkhed Prof. Ram Shinde
  118. Georai Adv Laxman Pawar
  119. Majalgaon – Ramesh Adaskar
  120. Ashti – Bhimrao Dhonde
  121. Parli Sau Pankaja Gopinathrao Munde – Palwe
  122. Ahmadpur – Vinayak Kisan Jadhav Patil
  123. Nilanga – Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar
  124. Ausa – Abhimanyu Pawar
  125. Tuljapur – Rana Jagjitsingh

Important Dates for Maharashtra Polls-

  • The detailed notification will be issued on September 27.
  • Filing of nominations for will begin from September 27 to October 4.
  • Scrutiny of applications will be done on October 5.
  • Nominations withdrawal can be done till October 7.
  • Elections will take place on October 21.
  • Counting of votes will be done on October 24.

Maharashtra 2014 Elections-

In the 2014 Maharashtra Assembly elections, BJP won 122 while Shiv Sena could only secure 63 seats in total. Devendra Fadanavis was made the Chief Minister. After a while, Shiv Sena also joined the saffron party in the state government.

On Sunday, Congress Party also released its first list of candidates that has 51 names. Explore the Congress candidates.

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