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Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014 Results Live Trends eciresults.nic.in

Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014 Results Live Trends eciresults.nic.in information has been provided here. Maharashtra is one of the most important states in India. Mumbai is the capital city, which is also the financial capital of India. There are also various important cities of India such as Pune, Ahmednagar and more. The Election Commission of India has organized vidhan sabha elections in the year 2014 in the state of Maharashtra.

Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014 Results Live Trends eciresults.nic.in

Shiv Sena
MNS and others

Update: We will update final result here after the confirmation of the Election Commission of India’s official website. So, stay tune with us.

Total : 288

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After victory in the Karnataka Elections, Indian National Congress (INC) is going to make the best victory in the upcoming elections of the Maharashtra Vidhan Sabha 2014 with Nationalist Congress Party. It is the win win situation for the both parties. While Hindu nationalist parties, BJP and Shivsena again will fail to achieve the majority due to various reasons.

Updated: Both BJP and Congress broke their alliance with Shive Sena and Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) respectively. In the exit poll, BJP will be emerged as the largest party in Maharashtra.

Still, it is undecided because it is the observation and predicted based on the various sources. Final result only can be seen on the result day of Maharashtra Assembly Elections 2014.

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First published on 14th November, 2013. Last updated on 18th October, 2014.