- Elected 4 BJP candidates, NCP and Shiv Sena 2-2 in Maharashtra Legislative Council elections, and one Congress candidate
- There were 9 vacant seats of the Legislative Council in the state and there were only 9 candidates, so all the candidates were elected unopposed
CM Uddhav Thackeray was also in the Legislative Council election from Shiv Sena. He is also elected. Earlier on Wednesday, 4 candidates withdrew their names. At the same time, nomination of an independent candidate Shahbaz Rathore was rejected. After this, there were only 9 candidates left in the fray.
These 9 people were elected
B J P: Ramesh Karad, Gopichand Padalkar, Praveen Datke and Ranjit Singh Mohite Patil.
NCP: Shashikant Shinde and Amol Mitkari.
Shiv Sena : Chief Ministers Uddhav Thackeray and Neelam Goerhe.
Congress : Rajesh Rathore
Uddhav Thackeray was sworn in as the Chief Minister of the state on 28 November. For this reason, he was required to be elected a member of either House of the Assembly or Legislative Council. Because the deadline of 6 months was about to end. Please tell that the deadline to withdraw his name from the election ground was only till 14 May. This is the reason that today additional candidates withdrew their names, due to which the need for elections also ended.