Counting of votes for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 for 542 of 543 constituencies are currently underway. As per the current trends, the BJP-led NDA is heading towards thumping victory, while Congress-led UPA is likely to repeat 2014 performance. Maharashtra sends 48 members to the Lok Sabha and the prestige was at stake for the ruling BJP-Shiv Sena. As Maharashtra is expected to play a prominent role in electing the next government, let's find out who all will be reprsenting the state in Lok Sabha.
Maharashtra Lok Sabha election results: List of candidates won or leading from state as of 9 pm
⦁ BJP candidate Heena Vijaykumar Gavit defeated K. C. Padavi of Congress with the margin of 95,629 votes from Nandurbar Lok Sabha constituency.
⦁ Shivsena candidate Rajendra Dhedya Gavit defeated Baliram Sukur Jadhav of Bahujan Vikas Aaghadi with the margin of 88,883 votes from Palghar.
⦁ Shivsena candidate Sanjay Haribhau Jadhav defeated Rajesh Uttamrao Vitekar of Congress with the margin of 42,199 votes from Parbhani.
⦁ NCP candidate defeated Shiv Sena candidate Anant Geete with the margin of 31, 438 votes from Raigad Lok Sabha constituency.
⦁ Shivsena candidate Sadashiv Kisan Lokhande defeats Bhaushaeb Malhari of Congress with the margin of 1,20,195 votes from Shirdi.
⦁ BJP Sujay Radhakrishna Vikhe Patil leading from Ahmadnagar
⦁ BJP Sanjay Dhotre leading from Akola.
⦁ Independent candidate Navnit Ravi leading from Amravati
⦁ AIMIM candidate Imtiaz Jaleel Syed leading from Aurangabad
⦁ NCP candidate Supriya Sule wins from Baramati
⦁ BJP candidate Pritam Gopinathrao Munde leading from Beed
⦁ BJP candidate Sunil Baburao Mendhe leading from Bhandara - gondiya
⦁ BJP candidate Kapil Patil leading from Bhiwandi
⦁ Shivsena candidate Pratprao Jadhav leading from Buldhana
⦁ BJP candidate Suresh Narayan Dhanorkar leading from Chandrapur
⦁ BJP candidate Subhash Bhamre leading from Dhule
⦁ BJP candidate Bharati Pravin Pawar leading from Dindori
⦁ BJP candidate Ashok Nete leading from Gadchiroli-Chimur
⦁ Shivsena candidate Dhairyasheel Sambhajirao Mane leading from Hatkanangle
⦁ Shivsena candidate Hemant Patil leading from Hingoli
⦁ BJP candidate Unmesh Bhaiyyasaheb Patil leading from Jalgaon
⦁ Shivsena candidate Shrikant Shinde leading from Kalyan
⦁ Shivsena candidate Sanjay Sadashivrao Mandlik leading from Kolhapur
⦁ BJP candidate Sudhakar Tukaram Shrangare leading from Latur
⦁ BJP candidate Ranjeetsinha Hindurao Naik- Nimbalkar leading from Madha
⦁ Shivsena candidate Shrirang Barne defeats Congress candidate Parth Pawar in Maval
⦁ Shivsena candidate Arvind Ganpat Sawant defeats Congress candidate Milind Deora in Mumbai South
⦁ BJP candidate Gopal Shetty leading from Mumbai North
⦁ BJP candidate Manoj Kotak wins Mumbai North East
⦁ Shivsena candidate Gajanan Kirtikar leading from Mumbai North West
⦁ Shivsena candidate Rahul Ramesh Shewale wins Mumbai South central
⦁ BJP candidate Nitin Gadkari leading from Nagpur
⦁ BJP candidate Prataprao Patil Chikhalikar leading from Nanded
⦁ Shivsena candidate Hemant Godse leading from Nashik
⦁ Shivsena candidate Omprakash Bhupalsinh wins Osmanabad
⦁ BJP candidate Girish Bhalchandra Bapat leading from Pune
⦁ Shivsena candidate Krupal Balaji Tumane leading from Ramtek
⦁ Shivsena candidate Vinayak Raut wins Ratnagiri - sindhudurg
⦁ BJP candidate Nikhil Khadse wins Raver
⦁ BJP candidate Sanjaykaka Patil leading from Sangli
⦁ NCP candidate Shrimant Chh. Udayanraje Pratapsinhmaharaj Bhonsle leading from Satara
⦁ NCP candidate Amol Ramsing Kolhe leading from Shirur
⦁ BJP candidate Jai Sidheshwar Shivachary leading from Solapur
⦁ Shivsena candidate Rajan Vichare leading from Wardha
⦁ Shivsena candidate Bhavana Pundlikrao Gawali leading from Yavatmal-Washim
Importantly, Maharashtra went to polls in four phases in April. A total of 867 candidates were in the fray in the state. It is worth mentioning here that as far as Lok Sabha elections 2019 are concerned, the BJP-led NDA under the leadership of Amit Shah is seeking a second term in the office.
In 2014, the National Democratic Alliance (NDA) had won 43 seats in Maharashtra, the highest for any alliance so far. The Congress-NCP bonhomie managed to win only two seats.
Interestingly, in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP-led NDA won 336 seats of 543, while the UPA won 59 seats, 44 of which were won by the Congress.