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Shirur Lok Sabha Constituency: List of candidates for 2019 LS Polls, past results, all updates

The main battle is between Shiv Sena’s Adhalrao Shivaji Dattatrey and NCP’s Amol Ramsing Kolhe.

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The Shirur Lok Sabha Constituency is one of the 17 Lok Sabha constituencies in Maharashtra going to vote on April 29. It covers -  Junnar, Ambegaon, Khed Alandi, Shirur, Bhosari and Hadapsar.

The main battle is between Shiv Sena’s Adhalrao Shivaji Dattatrey and NCP’s Amol Ramsing Kolhe.

In 2014 Lok Sabha, Shivajirao Adhalrao Patil of Shiv Sena beat Devdatta Nikam of NCP 3 lakh votes.

In 2009, Shivajirao Adhalrao Patil of Sena beat Vilas Vithoba Lande of NCP by 1.8 lakh votes.

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Candidate Name

Party Name

1

Adhalrao Shivaji Dattatrey

Shivsena

2

Amol Ramsing Kolhe

Nationalist Congress Party

3

Kagadi Jamirkhan Afjal

Bahujan Samaj Party

4

Ovhal Rahul Raghunath

Vanchit Bahujan Aaghadi

5

Ghare Mohan Damodar

Baliraja Party

6

Nitin Murlidhar Kuchekar

Bharat Prabhat Party

7

Shashikant Rajaram Desai

Independent

8

Somnath Hiraman Mali

Bahujan Republican Socialist Party

9

Sanjay Baba Bansode

Bhartiya Bahujan Kranti Dal

10

Sanjay Laxman Padwal

Bhartiya Navjawan Sena (Paksha)

11

Shrikant Nivrutti Chabukswar

Bahujan Mukti Party

12

Ansari Samshad Anwar

Independent

13

Vikas Rajaram Ashtul

Independent

14

Gangadhar Nathu Yadav

Independent

15

Balasaheb Jaysing Ghadge

Independent

16

Chhaya Prabhakar Solanke

Independent

17

Bhausaheb Ramchandra Adagale

Independent

18

Waheeda Shainur Shaikh

Independent

19

Vinod Vasant Chandgude

Independent

20

Shahid Farukh Shaikh

Independent

21

Shivajirao Uttamrao Pawar

Independent

22

Raisa Shakil Shaikh

Bhartiya Kisan Party

23

Sonali Chandrashekhar Thorat

Independent

 

The Maharashtra Mahabharata

 

The fate of 323 candidates, including Union minister Subhash Bhamre, Congress nominees Milind Deora and Urmila Matondkar, will be decided in the fourth and final phase of polling in Maharashtra covering 17 Lok Sabha constituencies on April 29.

More than 3.11 crore voters spread across the 17 Lok Sabha seats located in North Maharashtra, Mumbai, Thane, Palghar and parts of Western Maharashtra, are eligible to exercise their franchise.

 

As many as 33,314 polling stations are being set up in these constituencies, where 323 candidates are in the poll field.

 

Of the total 3,11,92,823 voters, 1,66,31,707 are male, 1,45,59,698 female and 1,418 from the third gender.

 

 

The constituencies voting on April 29 are: Nandurbar, Dhule, Dindori, Nashik (North Maharashtra), Palghar, Bhiwandi, Kalyan, Thane (located on Mumbai's outskirts), Mumbai North, Mumbai North-West, Mumbai North-Central, Mumbai North-East, Mumbai South and Mumbai South-Central, Maval, Shirur (Pune district) and Shirdi (Ahmednagar district).

 

In 2014, the BJP had won 8 of these 17 seats, while its ally Shiv Sena bagged the remaining 9.

 

The Palghar seat was won by the BJP in 2014. However, this time the Shiv Sena is contesting on the seat as part of a pre-poll alliance between the two saffron allies.

 

 

Opposition Congress, which had won just two seats in 2014 in Maharashtra, is facing a tough task of reclaiming its lost support base in North Maharashtra and Mumbai.

 

The NCP is fighting to regain its position in Thane district and Western Maharashtra.

 

Prominent candidates in the fray include Bhamre (Dhule-BJP), actress-turned-politician Urmila Matondkar (Mumbai North), Priya Dutt (Mumbai North-Central Congress) and Deora (Mumbai South).

 

 

From the NCP, its president Sharad Pawar's grandnephew Parth Pawar is making his electoral debut from Maval, while popular Marathi actor Amol Kolhe is the NCP candidate from Shirur.

 

Maharashtra has 48 Lok Sabha seats, the second highest after Uttar Pradesh (80). Voting for 31 of these seats was held in the first three phases - April 11, 18 and 23.

 

Counting of votes will take place on May 23.

 

This is for the first time that Maharashtra is having a four-phase polling in Lok Sabha elections.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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