Elections

Meet Maharashtra’s 24 women MLAs

Merely 235 of the three,237 candidates within the fray for the 2019 state assembly elections were ladies. Twenty four of them won-the highest variety of ladies to induce elected in Maharashtra polls-and can currently compose eight.3% of the assembly total strength compared with twenty or seven.3% in 2014.

 

1.VIDYA THAKUR ( BJP) CONSTITUENCY: GOREGAON

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Thakur is BJP’s north Indian face within the town. She is a junior minister for ladies and kid development and was a BMC corporate back in 1992. She won well by forty-eight,907 votes.

  1. SEEMA HIRAY (BJP) CONSTITUENCY: NASHIK WEST

Hiray bagged the seat for the second term. She was a Nashik Municipal Corporation corporate and later got elective to the assembly in 2014. Her father, Yashwant Patil, was chairman of Kadwa Cooperative Sugar plant. She is an in-law of BJP leader Popatrao Hiray.

  1. SUMAN PATIL (NCP)CONSTITUENCY: TASGAONKAVTHEMAHAKAL

Late state home minister R R Patil’s partner Suman had a snug win from the constituency her husband had represented for 6 consecutive terms

till his untimely death in 2015.

  1. BHARATI LAVEKAR (BJP)

CONSTITUENCY: VERSOVA

The sitting MLA won a second term. tho’ she represents knife Sangram Party, semiconductor diode by Indian strongman Vinayak borderline, she opposes on the BJP image and won by five,186 votes.

  1. MANJULA GAVIT (IND) CONSTITUENCY: SAKRI

BJP rebel Manjula Gavit, who oppose as an independent, got the higher of the party’s official candidate Mohan Suryawanshi. Gavit is the former civil authority of Dhule Municipal Corporation.

  1. MUKTA TILAK (BJP)CONSTITUENCY: KASBA PETH

Pune civil authority Mukta Tilak defeated Congress’ Arvind Shinde in her maiden try. She represents the family of subversive Lokmanya Tilak.

  1. VARSHA GAIKWAD ( CONG )

CONSTITUENCY: DHARAVI

Gaikwad could be a three-time MLA and won for the fourth straight term. She is the daughter of senior Congress leader Eknath Gaikwad, who oppose the Lok Sabha elections in 2004.

  1. Manda MHATRE (BJP) CONSTITUENCY: BELAPUR

Mhatre, who won the Belapur seat for the second time, was renominated despite resistance from native knife Sena leaders. She was within the NCP earlier and

had switched to the BJP in 2014.

  1. MADHURI MISAL (BJP)CONSTITUENCY: Parvati

Misal won for the third time by thirty-six,737 votes, the highest margin within the town. The body contains an immense network of party staff that evidenced important for Misal, United Nations agency is observing cupboard berth.

  1. YAMINI JADHAV (SHIV SENA)

CONSTITUENCY: BYCULLA

Jadhav created history by winning the Byculla seat— the primary for Sena. Jadhav, a commerce graduate and former corporate, is the partner of BMC standing committee chairman Yashwant Jadhav.

  1. LATA SONAWANE (SHIV SENA) CONSTITUENCY: CHOPADA

Sonawane, a first-timer MLA, entered politics following the conviction of her husband, Sena MLA Chandrakant Sonawane, within the multi-crore Gharkool scam

in Jalgaon.

  1. DEVYANI PHARANDE ( BJP )

CONSTITUENCY: NASHIK CENTRAL

Pharande is in-law these days N S Pharande, chairman of Maha legislature. Her husband, Suhas, could be a BJP office-bearer. Corporate, deputy civil authority and currently second-time MLA, Pharande has created inroads into the Nashik Central assembly section.

  1. MONICA RAJALE (BJP) CONSTITUENCY: SHEVGAON

Rajale (47) has won Shevgaon seat in Ahmednagar for the second time. Monica was a married woman and it was her late husband, MLA Rajeev Rajale, who introduced her to politics.

  1. YASHOMATI THAKUR (CONG)CONSTITUENCY: TEOSA

Thakur has survived to her bastion for third consecutive term despite anti-incumbency. A degree holder, she has been with the party since at the point of 20 years.

15.SHWETA MAHALE ( BJP) CONSTITUENCY: CHIKLI

For Mahale (36), this was nearly a David versus Goliath battle. alveolate against sitting Congress MLA Rahul Bondre, the firsttimer moon-faced a troublesome election. Mahale, who won by nearly seven,000 votes, is that the solely feminine winner from Vidarbha who fought on BJP-Sena platform.

  1. NAMITA MUNDADA (BJP)CONSTITUENCY: KAIJ

Namita Mundada switched to BJP once her name was proclaimed because the NCP candidate from Kaij, the body her mother-in-law, Vimaltai Mundada, had

represented uninterrupted.

  1. PRATIBHA DHANORKAR (CONG )CONSTITUENCY: WARORA

A first-timer, Dhanorkar managed to carry on to the seat vacated by husband Balu Dhanorkar. The latter, Sena MLA from Warora, joined Congress and fought Chandrapur LS seat.

  1. MEGHANA BORDIKAR (BJP) CONSTITUENCY: JINTUR

Meghna Bordikar, a partner of IPS officer Deepak Sakore, wrested the Jintur seat in Parbhani district in an exceedingly shut contest with NCP’s Vijay Bhamble. The female offspring of Ramprasad Bordikar, a powerful politician from Jintur, Bordikar won the seat by a margin of three,717 votes.

  1. Hindu deity TATKARE (NCP) CONSTITUENCY: SHRIVARDHANTatkare, the girl of NCP veteran Sunil Tatkare, had a victorious debut by defeating Sena candidate Vinod Ghosalkar by thirty-nine,621 votes. The seat was won in 2014 by alienated first cousin Avadhut.
  2. PRANITI SHINDE (CONG) CONSTITUENCY: SOLAPUR CENTRAL

Former Union minister Sushilkumar Shinde’s daughter Praniti had an in-depth contest however managed a hat-trick. A law graduate, Praniti grew up in metropolis and is an alum of St Xavier’s faculty. one in all the foremost vocal legislators, she takes up social service via NGOs.

  1. GEETA faith (IND) CONSTITUENCY: MIRA-BHAYENDER

The BJP rebel candidate defeated the party’s sitting MLA Narendra Mehta by over fifteen,000 votes. She filed her nomination as an independent once being denied party price tag.

  1. SAROJ AHIRE ( NCP ) CONSTITUENCY: DEOLALI (SC)

There emerged as a giant-killer by defeating Sena’s Gholaps who are nonappointive from the seat for thirty years. She polled double the votes as Yogesh Baban Gholap.

  1. SULBHA KHODKE (CONG ) CONSTITUENCY: AMRAVATI

A new party evidenced lucky for Sulbha Khodke as she defeated sitting MLA from Amravati Sunil Deshmukh. Khodke’s initial term from 2004 to 2009 was in neighbour Badnera on an NCP price tag.

  1. MANISHA CHOUDHARY (BJP) CONSTITUENCY: DAHISAR

Choudhary was initial nonappointive to the Vidhan Sabha in 2014 throughout the Prime Minister Narendra Modi wave. before her 2014 election, she was a BJP corporator from the world.

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