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Friday February 17, 2012 08:54:11 PM, ummid.com & Agencies

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Malegaon/Mumbai: Registering a sensational victory in a neck and neck fight, Raj Thackeray led Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) emerged as a single largest party in Nashik Municipal Corporation elections dethroning arch-rival Shiv Sena from power.

 

As per the latest figures available, in Nashik Raj Thackeray led  Maharashtra Navnirman Sena (MNS) bagged a total of 40 seats in the 122-memebr body. The Shiv Sena which was ruling the important civic body in North Maharashtra since last two terms could win just 20 seats.

 

Bhartia Janata Party (BJP), Sena's alliance partner in Mumbai, fought the Nashik Elections separately and won 13 seats.

 

The Cong-NCP alliance which fought the elections jointly won 14 and 20 seats respectively.

 

It was followed by the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party coalition at a distant second position with 65 seats. The MNS grabbed 29 seats, and Independents and others 26 of the total 227 seats.

 

The winning list of 40 MNS members also include two Muslims, Haji Arafat - the Muslim face of the MNS said while talking to ummid.com on phone.

 

Though emerged as a single largest party, the MNS is not in a position to rule the civic body alone. Chances are slim that it could get support from eiteher Sena-BJP combine or Cong-NCP alliance.

 

NCP insiders claim they have the support of independents and some other members from smaller groups and they will rule the Nashik Municipal Corporation for the next five years.

 

The 122-member Nashik Civic body went to polls Thursday along with 9 other Municipal corporations in Maharashtra.

 

The latest figures available till 4 p.m. show in Mumbai the newly-cobbled Shiv Sena-Bharatiya Janata Party-Republican Party of India combine bagged a total of 107 seats. It was followed by the Congress-Nationalist Congress Party coalition at a distant second position with 65 seats. The MNS grabbed 29 seats, and Independents and others 26 of the total 227 seats.

In Thane, the SS-BJP-RPI combine won 62 seats, followed by Congress-NCP with 52 seats, and the MNS 7. Independents and others bagged 9 seats.

In Akola, the Congress-NCP coalition got 23, the SS-BJP-RPI combine 26, the MNS one, and Independents and others 23 in the 73-member house.

In Amravati, the Congress-NCP coalition won a comfortable 43, the SS-BJP-RPI combine bagged 19, and Independents and others secured 25 seats in the 87-strong house.

On the other hand, Pimpri-Chinchwad gave a reason to smile for the NCP which bagged 83 seats, while the Congress got 14, the SS-BJP-RPI a mere 18, the MNS 4, and Independents and others 9 seats, in the 128-strong house.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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