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Who win Maharashtra assembly election 2009? (Opinion Poll)


Maharashtra assembly will take place in the month of October and we can anytime expect announcement of dates of election. With just few days left for Maharashtra assembly election, people across India have started to ask this question that who will win Maharashtra Assembly election 2009? The main fight in Maharashtra is between BJP-Shiv Sena combine and ruling Congress-NCP combine. There are total 288 seats in Maharashtra assembly and any alliance or party is required to win more than 144 seats to form next government.

Congress-NCP alliance will again hope to form government in Maharashtra for third time in row while BJP-Shiv Sena will hope to replace Congress-NCP from power. In recently held Loksabha Election 2009, NCP-Congress alliance was ahead of BJP-Shiv Sena alliance; therefore, NCP-Congress alliance will again hope to do well in assembly election; however, internal relations are not totally smooth between Congress and NCP because of decreasing base of NCP and increasing strength of Congress.

Many Congress leader of Maharashtra even want to go alone in this assembly election by breaking alliance with NCP. Situation is also same in BJP-Shiv Sena alliance in which BJP looks to be losing its ground. Second important factor is this election is Raj Thackeray’s party MNS (Maharashtra Navnirman Sena) which can make or break dreams of any of these alliances. Overall, situation is very tough in Maharashtra and slight swing can affect final results.

As per present information and various surveys, Congress- NCP alliance has slight edge over BJP-Shiv Sena alliance and it can win 125-150 seats whereas BJP-Shiv Sena alliance is likely to win 90-115 seats. MNS and others can win 10-35 seats; however, slight change in vote share can easily show very surprising results.

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