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Udayanraje Bhosale, Pankaja Munde & Harshvardhan Patil the Biggest Losers of assembly polls 2019

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Here’s a look at some big losers in the Maharashtra polls 2019

BJP’s Udayanraje Bhosale, the descendant of Chatrapati Shivaji
Was defeated by NCP’s Shriniwas Patil by 87719 votes
At Satara Lok Sabha Constituency

BJP’s Pankaja Munde
Was defeated by NCP’s Dhananjay Munde by 30701 votes
At Parli

Shiv Sena’s Mumbai Mayor Vishwanath Mahadeshwar
Was defeated by Congress’ Zeeshan Siddique by 5790 votes
At Bandra (E)

BJP’s Harshvardhan Patil
Was defeated by NCP’s Dattatray Bharane by 3110 votes
At Indapur

Shiv Sena’s Minister of State for Textile, Animal Husbandry, Dairy Development and Fisheries Arjun Khotkar
Was defeated by Congress’s Kailas Gorantyal by 25338 votes
At Jalna

BJP’s Minister of State for Tribal Development Ambrish Atram
Was defeated by NCP’s Bhagwantrao Aatram by 15,000 votes.
At Aheri, Gadchiroli district.

BJP’s Rohini Khadse
Was defeated by Independent Chandrakant Patil by 1957 votes
At Muktainagar

Shiv Sena’s Vijay Shivtare, the Minister of State for Water Resources
Was defeated by Congress’ Sanjay Jagtap
In Purandar, Pune

BJP’s Agriculture Minister Anil Bonde
Was defeated by Swabhimani Paksha’s Devendra Bhuyar by 9791 votes
At Morshi

Congress’ Arif Naseem Khan
Was defeated by Shiv Sena’s Dilip Lande by 409 votes
At Chandivli

NCP’s Jyoti Kalani
Was defeated by BJP’s Ailani Uttamchand by 2004 votes
At Ulhasnagar

Shiv Sena’s Pradeep Sharma
Was defeated by Bahujan Vikas Aghadi’s Kshitij Thakur by 43729 votes
At Nalasopara

BJP’s Cabinet Minister Ram Shinde
Was defeated by NCP’s Rohit Pawar by 43347 votes
At Karjat Jamkhed

NCP’s Pankal Bhujbal
Was defeated by Shiv Sena’s Suhas Kande by 13889 votes
At Nandgaon

BJP’s Bala Bhegade
Was defeated by NCP’s Sunil Shelke by 93942 votes
At Maval

Shiv Sena’s Deepali Sayed
Was defeated by NCP’s Jitendra Awhad by 75369
At Kalwa Mumbra

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