Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2019/ BJP releases list of 125 candidates, tickets to 52 sitting MLAs

  • Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis gets ticket from Nagpur South-West seat
  • Voting on October 21 in Maharashtra, results to be announced on October 24

Mumbai: The Bharatiya Janata Party has released the first list of 125 candidates for the Maharashtra Assembly elections. 52 sitting MLAs have been renominated. At the same time, 12 MLAs have been denied ticket. There has been no announcement so far for seat sharing between BJP and Shiv Sena in the state. According to the party, these are the seats about which there is no dispute.

Devendra Fadnavis gets ticket from Nagpur South-West seat: Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis has got the ticket from Nagpur South-West seat, while Maharashtra BJP President Chandrakant Patil has been nominated from Kothrud and Pankaja Munde from Perli seat.

Below are the¬†names of all the candidates¬†whose names have featured in BJP’s first list of candidates for Maharashtra Assembly elections 2019:

Nagpur South West – Devendra Fadnavis

Kothrud – Chandrakant Dada Patil

Shahada (ST) – Rajesh Udesingh Padvi

Nandurbar (ST) – Vijaykumar Gavit

Nawapur (ST) – Bharat Manikrao Gavit

Dhule Rural – Dnyanjyoti Manohar Badane Patil

Sindkheda – Jaykumar Rawal

Raver – Haribhau Jawale

Bhusawal (SC) – Sanjay Sawkare

Jalgaon City – Suresh (Rajumama) Bhole

Amalner – Shirish Chaudhari

Chalisgaon – Mangesh Ramesh Chavhan

Jamner – Girish Mahajan

Malkapur – Chainsukh Sancheti

Chikhli – Shweta Mahale

Khamgaon – Aakash Phundkar

Jalgaon (Jamod) – Sanjay Kute

Akot – Prakash Bharsakale

Akola West – Goverdhan Sharma

Akola East – Randhir Sawarkar

Murtijapur (SC) – Harish Pimple

Washim (SC) – Lakhan Malik

Karanja – Rajendra Patni

Amravati – Sunil Deshmukh

Daryapur (SC) – Ramesh Bundile

Morshi – Anil Bonde

Arvi – Dadarao Keche

Hinganghat – Samir Kunawar

Wardha – Pankaj Bhoyar

Savner – Rajiv Potdar

Hingna – Samir Meghe

Umred (SC) – Sudhir Parwe

Nagpur South – Mohan Mate

Nagpur East – Krushna Khopde

Nagpur Central – Vikas Shankarrao Kumbhare

Nagpur West – Sudhakar Deshmukh

Nagpur North (SC) – Milind Mane

Arjuni-Morgaon (SC) – Rajkumar Badole

Tirora – Vijay Rahangadale

Amgaon (ST) – Sanjay Puram

Armori (ST) – Krushna D. Gajbhe

Gadchiroli (ST) – Devrao Holi

Rajura – Sanjay Dhote

Chandrapur (SC) – Nana Shyamkule

Ballarpur – Sudhir Mungantiwar

Chimur – Kirtikumar (Bunty) Bhangdiya

Wani – Sanjiv Reddy Bodkurwar

Ralegaon – Ashok Ramji Uikey

Yavatmal – Madan Madhukar Yerawar

Arni (ST) – Sandip Prabhakar Dhurve

Bhokar – Bapusaheb Gorthekar

Mukhed – Tushar Rathod

Hingoli – Tanaji Mutkule

Partur – Babanrao Dattatray Lonikar

Badnapur (SC) – Narayan Kuche

Bhokardan – Santosh Raosaheb Patil Danve

Phulambri – Haribhau Bagde

Aurangabad East – Atul Sawe

Gangapur – Prashant Bam

Chandvad – Rahul Aher

Nashik Central Sau Devyani Farande

Nashik West Sau Seema Hire

Dahanu (ST) – Paskal Dhanare

Vikramgad (ST) – Hemant Sawara

Bhiwandi West – Mahesh Chaugule

Murbad – Kisan Kathore

Kalyan East – Ganpat Kalu Gayakwad

Dombivali – Ravindra Chavhan

Mira Bhayandar – Narendra Mehata

Thane – Sanjay Kelkar

Airoli – Sandip Naik

Belapur Smt. Manda Mhatre

Dahisar Smt. Manisha Chaudhari

Mulund – Mihir Kotecha

Kandivali East – Atul Bhatkhalkar

Charkop – Yogesh Sagar

Goregaon Smt. Vidya Thakur

Andheri West – Amit Satam

Vile Parle Adv. Parag Alavani

Ghatkopar West – Ram Kadam

Vandre West Adv. Ashish Shelar

Sion Koliwada Capt. Tamil Selwan

Wadala – Kalidas Kolambkar

Malabar Hill – Mangalprabhat Lodha

Panvel – Prashant Thakur

Pen – Ravisheth Patil

Shirur – Baburao Kashinath Pacharne

Indapur – Harshwardhan Patil

Chinchwad – Laxman Jagtap

Bhosari – Mahesh (Dada) Kisan Landge

Vadgaol Sheri – Jagdish Mulik

Shivajinagar – Sidharth Padmakar Shirole

Khadakwasala – Bhimarao Tapkir

Parvati Smt. Madhuri Misal

Hadapsar – Yogesh Tilekar

Pune Cantonment (SC) – Sunil Kamble

Kasba Peth Sau Mukta Tilak

Akole (ST) – Vaibhav Pichad

Shirdi – Radhakrushna Vikhe Patil

Kopargaon Smt. Snehalata Kolhe

Nevasa – Balasaheb Murkute

Shevgaon Smt. Monika Rajale

Rahuri – Shivajirao Kardile

Shrigonda – Babanrao Pachpute

Karjat Jamkhed Prof. Ram Shinde

Georai Adv Laxman Pawar

Majalgaon – Ramesh Adaskar

Ashti – Bhimrao Dhonde

Parli Sau Pankaja Gopinathrao Munde – Palwe

Ahmadpur – Vinayak Kisan Jadhav Patil

Nilanga – Sambhaji Patil Nilangekar

Ausa – Abhimanyu Pawar

Tuljapur – Rana Jagjitsingh Pa.

Solapur City North – Vijayrao Deshmukh

Solapur South – Subhash Deshmukh

Wai – Madan Prataprao Bhosale

Man – Jaykumar Gore

Karad South – Atul Suresh Bhosale

Satara – Shivendrasinh Abhaysingraje Bhosale

Kolhapur South – Amal Mahadeek

Ichalkaranji – Suresh Halwankar

Miraj (SC) – Suresh Khade

Sangli – Sudhir Gadgil

Shirala – Shivajirao Naik

Jat – Vilasrao Jagtap

Shiv Sena announces names of 11 candidates: Before the finalisation of the seat-sharing arrangements, Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray has also started announcing his candidates. On Sunday, Shiv Sena gave AB forms to 11 of its candidates. The biggest name among them is Aditya Thackeray, son of Shiv Sena chief Uddhav Thackeray and head of Yuva Sena. He will contest from Mumbai’s Worli seat.

Possible seat sharing: BJP sources say that if Shiv Sena contests 124 out of 288 assembly seats, BJP will contest 146 seats in the state. At the same time, the remaining 18 seats will be divided between the Republican Party of India (RPI) and NDA allies. The BJP has 122 seats in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly. Shiv Sena has 63 seats.