Mumbai: 29 June :- The results of the four seats of the Legislative Council have been announced. Konkan Graduate, Mumbai Graduate, Mumbai Teachers and Nashik Division Teachers’ Constituency has declared the results. Finally, BJP’s Niranjan Davkhare wins the elections in the highly contested Konkan Graduate Constituency. Davkhare defeated his nearest rival Shivsena’s Sanjay More by 2,988 votes. The election of the Election Commission was declared at 6.45 am by the Leftists. Sanjay More’s second list of 24,704 votes was transferred for the transfer of all the 12 candidates in the final round of the Konkan division. In the first round, Dakharena got 9,494 votes of 10,304 Morena. In the second round, Davkhare got 11,180 votes and More got 8,997 votes. In the third round, Davkheerene took the decisive lead. In this round, he got 28,945 votes and Morna got 23,211 votes. In this round, Left Front was led by 5,734 votes. However, the opinion of the second choice was not met if the votes were not expected to complete the quota. More than two and a half thousand votes were invalid in this election.
Nashik, Shiv Sena candidate Kishor Darade defeated NCP-Congress allies Sandeep Bedsse. In the election of Mumbai’s teacher and graduate constituency, the BJP got a lot of tension. Shivsena succeeded in pulling this constituency. Shivsena’s Vilas Potnis defeated BJP in the Mumbai Graduate Constituency, whereas Kapil Patil of Democratic Janata Dal proved his dominance over the teacher’s constituency. BJP and Education Minister Vinod Tawde had all the strength to defeat Kapil Patil. He, however, took water from the first round and defeated the BJP’s mind. Kapil Patil was the BJP’s Anil Deshmukh, Senna’s Shivaji Shendge. Kapil Patil got 4050, Shivaji Sandengena 1736 and Anil Deshmukh got 1124 votes.