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Final Result: Mufti Ismail of AIMIM wins 2019 Maharashtra elections from Malegaon Center

In Malegaon Outer Assembly seat, sitting MLA of Shiv Sena Dada Bhuse is ahead of his rivals

Thursday October 24, 2019 11:02 PM, ummid.com News Network

Mufti Ismail AIMIM Malegaon

Malegaon Assembly Election Result 2019: Mufti Mohammad Ismail of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) has won the 2019 Maharashtra state election from Malegaon Central Assembly seat.

According to the final result announced by the Election Commission of India, Mufti Ismail of AIMIM bagged 117,242 votes and defeated Asif Shaikh, sitting MLA of Congress, by 38,519 votes. Asif Shaikh polled a total of 78,723 votes.

Malegaon Vidhan Sabha Election 2019 Live Update

12:15 pm Mufti Mohammad Ismail of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is now leading by more thah 19,000 votes in Malegaon Center Assembly Constituency in Maharashtra, according to trends at 12:15 pm.

After 10th round of counting, Mufti Ismail of AIMIM has got 56,561 votes whereas Asif Shaikh of Congress has got 37,544 votes.

Asif Shaikh had taken a lead in first two rounds with 5004 and 4554 votes as against Mufti Ismail's 3989 and 4291 votes. In later rounds however Mufti Ismail was ahead.

In Malegaon Outer Assembly seat, sitting MLA of Shiv Sena Dada Bhuse is ahead of his rivals by more than 18,000 votes so far.

11:00 am Mufti Mohammad Ismail of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is now leading again in Malegaon Center Assembly Constituency in Maharashtra, according to trends at 11:00 am.

After 6th round of counting, Mufti Ismail of AIMIM has got 27,036 votes whereas Asif Shaikh of Congress has got 25,641 votes.

10:45 am Mufti Mohammad Ismail of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is now trailing in Malegaon Center Assembly Constituency in Maharashtra, according to trends at 10:45 am.

After 5th round of counting, Mufti Ismail has got 20,803 votes whereas Asif Shaikh of Congress has got 22,143 votes.

09:45 am Mufti Mohammad Ismail of All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) is leading in Maleaon Center Assembly Constituency in Maharashtra, according to trends at 09:45 am.

08:20 am: Ruling BJP-Shiv Sena alliance is leading in 51 assembly seats whereas Congress, NCP and its alliance partners are ahead in just 20 assembly seats, according to trends at 08:15 am.

08:05 am: The Election Commission of India has started counting of votes in all 288 assembly constituencies polling for which was held Monday, October 21, 2019.

07:00 am: The Election Commission of India is set to start shortly the counting of votes in all 288 assembly constituencies, also known as Vidhan Sabha seats, of Maharashtra polling for which was held Monday, October 21, 2019.

According to Maharashtra State Election Commission, the porcess will start at around 08:00 am with counting of Postal Ballots. Postal Ballots contain the votes of government servants who are posted in different areas of the state on the polling day. Postal ballots also contain votes of army men and natives of Maharashtra on government duty at any other place on the polling day.

After counting of postal ballots, counting of votes stored in Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) will start. Special arrangements have been made for the purpose by the state election department in all 288 Vidhan Sabha seats.

Counting of votes stored in EVMs will take place round-wise on multiple tables one at a time. While trends and lead position is expected to trickle in by 08:30 am, the final results are expected by today afternoon.

Maharashtra had registered around 60 per cent in by and large peaceful polling on Monday. Tribal areas in different parts of the state such as Thane, Palghar, Chandrapur and Nandurbar recorded a higher turnout while most other parts of the state, especially the urban and semi-urban areas, lagged behind. State capital Mumbai recorded around 46 per cent while the second capital - Nagpur - registered 56 per cent turnout.

The BJP-Shiv Sena combine had bagged 185 seats in the last Assembly elections held in 2014, after which a government headed by Devendra Fadnavis was formed in Maharashtra. The Exit Poll results are predicting victory for the ruling alliance giving it an expected tally of 192 to 206 seats.

The exit poll is giving the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party combine 55-81 seats and others 8 to 15 seats.

In terms of vote share, the BJP-led coalition seems to be getting 55.3 per cent in Mumbai, 49.1 in Konkan, 48.3 per cent in North Maharashtra, 44.6 per cent in Vidarbha, 44.5 per cent in West Maharashtra and 42.4 per cent in Marathvada.

The UPA on the other hand appeared to have got the maximum of 42.4 per cent in Marathvada, followed by 41.7 per cent in North Maharashtra, 41.5 per cent in West Maharashtra, 33.7 per cent in Vidarbha, 28.5 per cent in Konkan and 27.2 per cent in Mumbai, according to Exit Poll result.

In Malegaon Center assembly seat where Mufti Ismail of AIMIM and Asif Shaikh of Congress are in direct contest, Exit Poll results predict victory for the former. In Malegaon Outer seat, sitting MLA Dada Bhuse is set to retain the seat for 4th consecutive term.

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