Thane Lok Sabha Constituency Result 2024 Live: Naresh Mhaske Takes Tremendous Lead Over 2-Time MP Rajan Vichare

Thane Lok Sabha Constituency Result 2024 Live: Naresh Mhaske Takes Tremendous Lead Over 2-Time MP Rajan Vichare

The Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra are conducted over five phases, spanning from April 19 to May 20. This phased approach helps manage the extensive electoral process. On May 20, Thane, along with Palghar, Kalyan and Mumbai, gears up for a high-stakes electoral contest.

Prathamesh KharadeUpdated: Tuesday, June 04, 2024, 04:56 PM IST
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Thane Constituency, Maharashtra Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Candidates, Voting Date, All You Need To Know |

Rajan Vichare from MVA and Naresh Mhaske from Mahayuti are the 2 key candidates from the Thane constituency. Rajan Vichare is part of the INDI alliance and therefore has INC backing as well. The Thane constituency voted 52.09% on May 20, 2024. The live results for the Thane constituency started at 8 AM on June 4th, and we will be updating the same.

At 04.30 pm

BJP's Naresh Mhaske has 1,65,728 votes behind. Lead of over 1,74,270 votes.

At 03.45 pm

Shiv Sena UBT's Rajan Vichare is trailing the BJP's Naresh Mhaske with 1,65,728 votes.

At 03.00 pm

BJP's Naresh Mhaske is holding a substantial lead of 1,46,148 votes with 5,02,869 votes as of the last update.

At 02.35 pm

Shiv Sena UBT's Rajan Vichare is trailing his top rival from the BJP, Naresh Mhaske, by 1,43,670.

At 01.58 pm

Narsh Mhaske is holding a very strong lead of over 1,27,917 votes. With 4,00,609 votes behind him.

At 01.08 pm

Mahayuti's Naresh Mhaske is leading 1,09,709 votes over Rajan Vichare from MVA

At 12.14 pm

Naresh Mhaske of Mahayuti is maintaining a strong lead over MVA's Rajan Vichare

At 10.56 am

Mahayuti's Naresh Mhaske is leading with 1,23,986 votes over 87,971 of Rajan Vichare from MVA.

At 10.11 am

Naresh Mhaske of Mahayuti is leading against Rajan Vichare (MVA).

Maharashtra holds a critical position in Indian politics, with its 48 Lok Sabha seats, second only to Uttar Pradesh's 80. This substantial seat count gives Maharashtra significant sway in determining the outcome of the Lok Sabha elections. Unlike some states where landslide victories are common, the electoral battle in Maharashtra is intensely competitive.

The Lok Sabha elections in Maharashtra are conducted over five phases, spanning from April 19 to May 20. This phased approach helps manage the extensive electoral process. On May 20, Thane, along with Palghar, Kalyan, and Mumbai, gears up for a high-stakes electoral contest.

Thane, a vibrant metropolis marked by its cultural diversity and economic contrasts, becomes a key battleground for two major alliances: the Mahayuti and the Maha Vikas Aghadi (MVA). The Mahayuti alliance includes Eknath Shinde's Shinde Sena, the BJP, and the Ajit Pawar-led NCP, while the MVA is composed of Uddhav Thackeray's Shiv Sena, Sharad Pawar's NCP, and the Congress.

Importance Of Thane Seat

The Thane Lok Sabha constituency is one of the fastest urbanizing regions, absorbing much of Mumbai’s overflow. It encompasses Navi Mumbai, Mira-Bhayander, Thane city, Owala-Majiwada, and Kopri-Pachpakhadi. Thane has transformed notably from a lush green area to a dense residential zone, with promenades developing alongside its rivers. However, the rapid population growth has outpaced public transportation development, making it a major concern for residents.

Key Candidates In The Fray

Rajan Vichare, a seasoned politician associated with Shiv Sena since 1985, is the contender from Maha Vikas Aghadi. Known for his close association with the late Shiv Sena leader Anand Dighe and his ideologies, Vichare has been elected as Thane's MP twice, highlighting his strong political foothold in the region.

On the other hand, Naresh Mhaske, who chose to side with Chief Minister Eknath Shinde following the Shiv Sena split, is the Mahayuti alliance candidate. Mhaske, like Vichare, had ties with Anand Dighe, which shows his deep roots in local politics. His candidacy from the Mahayuti alliance sparked discontent among some BJP workers who had hoped the ticket would go to a BJP politician.

Results Of Past Elections

In 2019, the undivided Shiv Sena's Rajan Vichare defeated NCP leader Anand Paranjpe by a huge margin of 4,12,145 votes, marking his second consecutive win from the high-profile seat. Previously, in 2014, Rajan Vichare secured his first massive victory, defeating NCP's Sanjeev Naik by a margin of 2,81,299 votes. In 2009, NCP's Sanjeev Naik had defeated Shiv Sena leader Vijay Chaughule by 49,020 votes.

The Lok Sabha Elections 2024, spanning seven phases from April 19 to June 1, will cover 543 constituencies nationwide. The results of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 will be announced on June 4.

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