The BJP won five seats in the Maharashtra Legislative Council political race with Shiv Sena and Nationalist Congress Party packing two each.
BJP’s Ram Shinde, Uma Khapre, Shrikant Bhartiya and Pravin Darekar won alongside NCP pioneers Eknath Khadse and Ramraje Naik Nimbalkar. Shiv Sena applicants Amshya Padvi and Sachin Ahir likewise got wins.
In the interim, Mumbai Congress boss Bhai Jagtap likewise won the MLC surveys, taking the MVA count to five.
The BJP had handled five applicants while MVA handled six possibility for 10 MLC seats. BJP figured out how to win huge in the political race notwithstanding being short in numbers.
Responding to the success, Devendra Fadnavis, Leader of Opposition in Maharashtra Assembly, said, “We have every one of the five up-and-comers chose. In Rajya Sabha, BJP got 123 votes. In the committee decisions we got 134 votes. For our fifth up-and-comer, we didn’t have the votes. However, he got a greater number of votes than two Congress competitors.”
The BJP has 106 MLAs in the Maharashtra Legislative Assembly, while the excess decisions in favor of its competitors have either come from free MLAs, or those from little gatherings or from different gatherings.