With Maharashtra voting the BJP-Shiv Sena combine to power again in the 2019 assembly elections, another big gainer has emerged in the city of Mumbai — NOTA.
Owaisi was also visibly pleased about their party’s maiden win in the Kishanganj Assembly constituency in Bihar.
The NCP, which saw some prominent leaders leaving the party before the elections, ended up with 54 seats.
The flood-like situation due to heavy rains close to the voting dates helped the opposition to consolidate the wrath of people against the government and achieve its goals.
For the NCP and Sharad Pawar, it was almost a prestige issue to capture the Satara parliamentary seat.
While winner Dhiraj Deshmukh got 134615 votes or 67.63 per cent of the total votes polled, 27449 voters opted for the ‘None of The Above’ (NOTA) option.
Shah also stressed the benefits that Nandurbar district has received out of various schemes started by the Modi government.
After successfully decimating the opposition, the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party is taking aim at its allies, now that it has registered emphatic victories in two consecutive Lok Sabha polls.
The demand raised by the Sena was supported by its partner the Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP), and also by Sharad Pawar-led Nationalist Congress Party (NCP).
Last month, NCP MLA Avadhut Tatkare, the nephew of party MP Sunil Tatkare, also announced his decision to join the Sena.