Congress set to lose Maharashtra polls, but ex-CM Prithviraj Chavan wins

Prithviraj Chavan
Mumbai, Oct 19: Even as Congress is staring at a defeat in the Maharashtra Assembly elections, former state Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan won from Karad South.

Chavan was pitted against Congress rebel and sitting MLA Vilaskaka Patil Undalkar. In Muktainagar constituency, Leader of Opposition in the Legislative Assembly Eknath Khadse (BJP) was leading by a margin of 3,162 votes.

In Parli constituency, Pankaja Munde (BJP) was leading by a margin of 263 votes over her nearest rival. In Latur city, Amit Deshmukh (Congress) was leading by a margin of 7,088 votes.

Former Minister Madhukarrao Chavan (Cong) was leading by a margin of 1,709 votes in Tuljapur constituency of Osmanabad. In Ratnagiri, Uday Samant, who had switched from NCP to Shiv Sena on the eve of elections, was leading by a margin of 3,524 votes.

In Kankavli, Nitesh Rane (Cong) was leading by a margin of 3,412 votes. In Sawantwadi, Deepak Kesarkar (Shiv Sena) was ahead by a margin of 14,286 votes over his nearest rival. In Byculla constituency of Mumbai, BJP's Madhu Chavan was leading by 444 votes. In Nandurbar constituency, Vijaykumar Gavit (BJP) was leading by 3,288 votes.


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