Maharashtra Assembly Election 2009 : Cong-NCP set to 3rd successive govt in Maharashtra

Maharashtra’s ruling Congress-NCP alliance seems set to form its third successive government in the state as it has emerged as the largest political formation in the assembly elections, even though trends from counting of votes indicate that the two parties may not get a majority on their own and would have to depend on rebels and independent MLAs.

Congress won 70 and leading 12 Constituencies in Maharashtra, while NCP manage 52 and take lead 11 Constituencies
The Congress-NCP combine is ahead . They have until now won 122 seats and are leading in 33.

The Shiv Sena-BJP on the other hand has taken a severe beating and the combined numbers of the seats won and leads is now below 100 at 91 seats.

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