Lok Sabha 2019 Election Results: Mumbai Metropolitan Region

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The major constituencies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region include Mumbai-North, Mumbai-North West, Mumbai-North East, Mumbai-North Central, Mumbai-South Central, Mumbai-South, Palghar, Kalyan, Bhiwandi, and Thane

Election Commission of India (ECI) began the counting of votes at 8 am on Thursday for the Lok Sabha 2019 elections, in which over 8,000 candidates were in the fray for 542 seats.

For the first time, the voter-verified paper audit trail slips will be tallied with the EVM count. As a result, the results are expected to get slightly delayed.

With counting is underway, here’s a look at how candidates vying for the ten major constituencies in the Mumbai Metropolitan Region (MMR) are performing.

The constituencies – Mumbai-North, Mumbai-North West, Mumbai-North East, Mumbai-North Central, Mumbai-South Central, Mumbai-South, Palghar, Kalyan, Bhiwandi, and Thane – all went for polling in phase IV on April 29.

Real-time results of Lok Sabha 2019 Elections: Mumbai Metropolitan Region Constituencies

ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
Mumbai-NorthGopal ShettyBharatiya Janata PartyWon
Mumbai-NorthUrmila MatondkarIndian National CongressDefeated by margin of 4.5 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
Mumbai-North WestGajanan KirtikarShiv SenaWon
Mumbai-North WestSanjay NirupamIndian National CongressDefeated by margin of 2.5 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
Mumbai-North EastManoj KotakBharatiya Janata PartyWon
Mumbai-North EastPatil Sanjay DinaNationalist Congress PartyDefeated by margin of 2.2 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
Mumbai-North CentralPoonam MahajanBharatiya Janata PartyWon
Mumbai-North CentralDutt Priya SunilIndian National CongressDefeated by margin of 1.2 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
Mumbai-South CentralRahul Ramesh ShewaleShiv SenaWon
Mumbai-South CentralEknath M. GaikwadIndian National CongressDefeated by margin of 1.5 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
Mumbai-SouthArvind Ganpat SawantShiv SenaWon
Mumbai-SouthDeora Milind MurliIndian National CongressDefeated by margin of 1 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
PalgharRajendra Dhedya GavitShiv SenaWon
PalgharBaliram Sukur JadhavBahujan Vikas AaghadiDefeated by margin of 88 thousand votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
BhiwandiKapil Moreshwar PatilBharatiya Janata PartyWon
BhiwandiTaware Suresh KashinathIndian National CongressDefeated by margin of 1.5 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
KalyanDr. Shrikant Eknath ShindeShiv SenaWon
KalyanBabaji Balaram PatilNationalist Congress PartyDefeated by margin of 3.6 lakh votes
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ConstituencyCandidatePartyFinal Status
ThaneRajan Baburao VichareShiv SenaWon
ThaneAnand Prakash ParanjpeNationalist Congress PartyDefeated by margin of 4 lakh votes

Comparison of 2014 vs 2019: Mumbai Metropolitan Region Constituencies

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Winners from Mumbai Metropolitan Region Constituencies (Comparison of 2019 vs 2014)

Note: Chintaman Vanaga (BJP) had won in 2014 from Palghar. He died in January 2018, following which Rajendra Gavit (BJP) won the by-election.

Comparison of 2014 vs 2019: Party-wise Seat Share in Maharashtra

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Party-wise seat share in Maharashtra (Comparison of 2019 vs 2014)

Other Updates (latest first)

About the Lok Sabha 2019 Elections

A total of 67.11 percent of the 90.99 crore electors had cast their vote in the seven-phase elections – the highest ever voter turnout in Indian parliamentarian elections.

This is also the first time in a Lok Sabha election that results of voting machines will be matched with slips generated by paper trail machines.

The exercise will take place in five polling stations per assembly segment which effectively means that out of nearly 10.3 lakh polling stations, the EVM-VVPAT matching will take place in 20,600 such stations.

The Election Commission has already announced the number of counting centres set up. As per procedure, postal ballots would be the first to be counted.

Service voters stood at 18 lakh. These include personnel of the armed forces, central police force personnel, and state police personnel who are posted outside their constituencies.

Out of 18 lakh registered voters, 16.49 lakh have sent their postal ballots to their respective returning officers as on May 17. The exercise of counting postal ballots manually will itself take a couple of hours at least, an EC official said.

The paper trail machines slips will be counted in the end.

As per the procedure, first the slips will be counted and the EVM displays would be switched on later to match the results. In case of a mismatch, the results based in paper slip count will be considered as final.

The entire exercise of EVM-Paper trail machine matching will take an additional four to five hours.

Out of the 543 Lok Sabha seats, elections were held in 542 constituencies as the EC had cancelled polls to the Vellore constituency on the grounds of excessive use of money power. The poll panel is yet to announce a fresh date for elections in Vellore.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, several union ministers, Congress President Rahul Gandhi, UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi and SP chief Akhilesh Yadav are among key leaders who contested the polls.

Most exit polls have predicted an outright majority for the BJP-led NDA in the election.

Related Links:

Lok Sabha Polls: Mumbai to vote on April 29, rest of Maharashtra between April 11-29

Maharashtra sees 57.33% voter turnout in Lok Sabha 2019 polls (Phase IV)

Polls results on the official website of Election Commission of India

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