Mumbai – The result of much awaited BMC election was out on Thursday. Neither Shiv Sena nor BJP could manage to secure the magic figure of 114 for majority in the house. Though the Mumbaikars elected Sena as the single largest party they have also put the BJP not far behind. Ultimately, it can be said that prudent voters of the mega city have kept these parties in a dangling situation to see who sits on the treasury benches and who sits on the opposition side. Out of 227 seats in Mumbai, the Sena and the BJP have won 166 seats while remaining others went in the kitty of Congress, NCP, MNS, MIM and Samajwadi Party and independents. Both Sena and BJP will have to take the help of smaller parties and independents to form their governance in the BMC. Sena president Uddhav Thackeray has claimed that the city will have Sena’s mayor while city BJP president Ashish Shelar claimed that his party has grown tremendously and also garnered the support of five independents to make the mayor of his party.
Manoj Kotak – BJP Atul Shah – BJP Parag Shah – BJP Dr Saeda Khan – NCP Prabhakar Shinde – BJP Vishakha Raut – Shiv Sena Milind Vaidya – Shiv Sena Tyagraj Dabhadkar – BJP Mangesh Satamkar – Shiv Sena Kishori Pednekar – Shiv Sena Samadhan Sarvankar – Shiv Sena Rais Shaikh – Samajwadi Party Vishwanath Mahadeshwar – Shiv Sena Rajul Patel – Shiv Sena Shubhada Gudekar – Shiv Sena Rajeshri Shirwadkar - BJP Shweta Korgaonkar – Congress Rajul Desai – BJP Asawari Patil – BJP
Pravin Chheda – Congress Vinod Shelar – BJP Surendra Bagalkar – Shiv Sena Dr Anuradha Pednekar – Shiv Sena Swapna Deshpande – MNS Krishna Parkar – BJP Mangesh Sangle – BJP Mohan Mithbawkar – BJP Wakarunnisa Ansari – MIM Sheetal Mhatre – Congress Upendra Doshi – Congress Ritu Tawde – BJP Snehal Jadhav – MNS Bhalchandra Shirsat – BJP Jyotsna Dighe – Congress Santosh Dhuri – MNS Ashwini Mate – Shiv Sena Manali Tulaskar – Shiv Sena Nitesh Singh – Congress Sana Malik - NCP