The 2019 Assembly Election of Maharashtra are due to be held in Apr-May month of 2019 to constitute the 14th assembly of Maharashtra alongside the general election of India. The incumbent Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) with his alliance partner Shiv Sena will face the tough competition form the alliance of opposition parties Indian National Congress alongside Nationalist Congress Party(NCP) in this upcoming 2019 Maharashtra assembly election.
The previous assembly election was held in Oct month of 2014 for the assembly of Maharashtra which was won by BJP under the leadership of the current CM Devendra Fadnavis by getting the 122 seats from the total of 288 seats. The First every election of Maharashtra assembly was held in the year of 1960.
The 2019 General Election of India are due to be held in all over India in Apr-May month of 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The incumbent BJP, main opposition party Congress(I), national parties like BSP, NCP, CPI, CPI(M) and other regional parties like TMC, AIDMK, DMK, SP, RJD, JDU and others are considered to be the main contestants in this upcoming general election.
The previous general election was held for 16th Lok Sabha in Apr-May month of 2014 which was won by NDA led by BJP under the leadership of the current PM Narendra Modi. The First Lok Sabha election of India was held in the year of 1951-52.
The 2018 Assembly Election of Telangana are due to be held in Dec month of 2018 to constitute the 2nd assembly of Telangana. The incumbent Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) and major opposition party Congress(I), BJP, TDP, AIMIM and Telangana Jana Samithi are considered to be the main contestants in this upcoming assembly election.