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  • 7:41 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: BJP’s Yogesh Sagar and Congress’ Aslam Shaikh ahead on Charkop and Malad West seats respectively.

  • 7:36 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: BJP’s Atul Bhatkhalkar, makes it two wins a row from the Kandivali East constituency, winning by more than 5,000 votes.

  • 7:35 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: Ex-Mumbai Mayor Sunil Prabhu, who won the Dindoshi seat in 2014, won yet again by a margin of 82,203 votes.

  • 7:34 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: Shiv Sena’s Ramesh Korgaonkar and Ravindra Waikar lead in Bhadup West and Jogeshwari East respectively, as counting of votes in the two seats is currently underway.

  • 1:45 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: Yogesh Sagar, retained by BJP for Charkop after his 2014 win, is in the lead. From Malad West, Thakur Ramesh Singh, also of the BJP is currently ahead.

  • 1:39 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: Dr. Ajanta Yadav of Congress leads incumbent BJP MLA Atul Bhatkalkar from Kandivali East. Congress’ Kalu Budhelia, meanwhile, leads in Charkop.

  • 1:36 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: Former Mumbai Mayor and 2014 winner from Dindoshi Sunil Prabhu is leading the seat. From Kandivali East, incumbent BJP MLA Atul Bhatkalkar, has left his fellow contestants behind.

  • 1:31 PM IST

    Assembly Elections 2019 Result Live Updates: Shiv Sena’s Ramesh Korgaonkar leads from Bhandup West while from Jogeshwari East, his party colleague and current MLA Ravindra Waikar, too, is ahead.

New Delhi: Counting of votes for the October 21 single-phase Maharashtra Assembly elections was carried out on Thursday. Though the final and official results are yet to be announced, the BJP-Shiv Sena combine is all set to continue for five more years in office in the state. (Follow all Maharashtra Assembly election-related news here)

Earlier on Thursday, counting process started at various counting centres across the state.

In Bhandup West, Shiv Sena’s Ramesh Korgaonkar is currently in the lead, while on the Jogeshwari East seat, his party colleague Ravindra Waikar, too, is in the lead.

Former BMC mayor and four-time corporator of the country’s richest civic body, Sunil Prabhu, who won the Dindoshi seat in 2014, won the seat yet again by a margin of  82,203 votes.

BJP’s Atul Bhatkalkar, meanwhile, made it two wins a row from the Kandivali East constituency. The party’s Yogesh Sagar was leading on the Charkop seat while on Malad West, incumbent Congress MLA Aslam Shaikh was ahead by over 10,000 votes.

In the previous elections in 2014, the BJP emerged as the single-largest party with 122 seats in the 288-seat Assembly while the Shiv Sena was victorious on 63 seats, the second-highest. Though the two parties contested the polls individually, having snapped their ties just ahead of the elections, after the result, they stitched an alliance to form government in the state, with the BJP’s then-state chief Devendra Fadnavis becoming the Chief Minister.