Baramati (Vidhan Sabha constituency)

Baramati Vidhan Sabha constituency is one of the 288 Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) constituencies of Maharashtra state in western India.[1] It is one of the 21 constituencies located in the Pune district.

Baramati
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Existence1962 - present
Reservationnone
Current MLAAjit Anantrao Pawar
PartyNationalist Congress Party
Elected Year2019
StateMaharashtra
Most Successful PartyIndian National Congress (7 times)
Lok Sabha constituencyBaramati

Baramati is part of the Baramati Lok Sabha constituency along with five other Vidhan Sabha constituencies in the Pune district, namely, Daund, Indapur, Purandar, Bhor and Khadakwasla.[1]

Members of Legislative AssemblyEdit

Election Member Party
1962 Malatibai Shirole Indian National Congress
1967 Sharad Pawar Indian National Congress
1972 Sharad Pawar Indian National Congress
1978 Sharad Pawar Indian National Congress
1980 Sharad Pawar Indian National Congress (Urs)
1985 Sharad Pawar Indian Congress (Socialist)
1990 Sharad Pawar Indian National Congress
1991 (by-poll) Ajit Pawar Indian National Congress
1995 Ajit Pawar Indian National Congress
1999 Ajit Pawar Nationalist Congress Party
2004 Ajit Pawar Nationalist Congress Party
2009 Ajit Pawar Nationalist Congress Party
2014 Ajit Pawar Nationalist Congress Party
2019 Ajit Pawar Nationalist Congress Party

ResultsEdit

2014Edit

2014 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election: Baramati
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NCP Ajit Anantrao Pawar 1,50,588 65.98%  2.28
BJP Prabhakar Dadaram Gawade 60,797 26.64%  26.64
SHS Adv. Rajendra 4,086 1.79%  8.63
INC Adv. Akash 4,013 1.76%  1.76
Others Independents 5,397 2.36%
Majority 89,791 39.34  15.25
Turnout 2,28,230 73.62%
NCP hold Swing

Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Ajit Pawar won the seat for 6th consecutive term.

2019Edit

2019 Maharashtra Legislative Assembly election: Baramati
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
NCP Ajit Anantrao Pawar 1,95,641 83.24%  17.28
BJP Gopichand Kundlik Padalkar 30,376 12.92%  13.72
VBA Gophane Avinash Shahaji 3,111 1.32%  1.32
BSP Ashok Ajinath Mane 1,421 0.6%  0.87
Others Independent Candidates 4,491 1.91%
Majority 1,65,265 70.32%  30.98
Turnout 2,35,040 69.17%  4.45
NCP hold Swing

Former Deputy Chief Minister of Maharashtra, Ajit Pawar won the seat with an overwhelming majority.

See alsoEdit

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ a b "District wise List of Assembly and Parliamentary Constituencies". Chief Electoral Officer, Maharashtra website. Archived from the original on 18 March 2010. Retrieved 4 November 2010.

Coordinates: 18°9′22.65″N 74°34′49.04″E / 18.1562917°N 74.5802889°E / 18.1562917; 74.5802889