BMC Election 2017: Shiv Sena party & BJP supporters workers celebrate their victory

FP Staff February 24, 2017 15:33:33 IST
Shiv Sena workers celebrate their victory in BMC polls at Sena Bhavan in Dadar. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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Shiv Sena workers celebrate their victory in BMC polls at Sena Bhavan in Dadar. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
The Shiv Sena has emerged as the single largest party winning 84 seats ( as compared to 75 in the last polls) without reaching the magic figure of 114. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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The Shiv Sena has emerged as the single largest party winning 84 seats ( as compared to 75 in the last polls) without reaching the magic figure of 114. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
Shiv Sena flags fly high at the Sena Bhavan in Dadar. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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Shiv Sena flags fly high at the Sena Bhavan in Dadar. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
For the Sena it was an important election that showed its power on its home turf. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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For the Sena it was an important election that showed its power on its home turf. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
The victory will come in handy for Shiv Sena to leverage itself in a better manner while negotiating with the BJP in state and Central politics. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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The victory will come in handy for Shiv Sena to leverage itself in a better manner while negotiating with the BJP in state and Central politics. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
Sena workers ride through the city, celebrating their win. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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Sena workers ride through the city, celebrating their win. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
BJP workers watch the counting on Thursday. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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BJP workers watch the counting on Thursday. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
BJP workers celebrate their victory at Kathak Bhavan in Dadar on Friday. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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BJP workers celebrate their victory at Kathak Bhavan in Dadar on Friday. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
The BJP increased its tally from 31 in the previous election to 82 seats but failed to reach the magic figure. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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The BJP increased its tally from 31 in the previous election to 82 seats but failed to reach the magic figure. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
BJP party leader Aashish Shelar enjoys with other party workers on Friday. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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BJP party leader Aashish Shelar enjoys with other party workers on Friday. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
Shelar who is an MLA from Bandra West constituency, was confident of BJP victory. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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Shelar who is an MLA from Bandra West constituency, was confident of BJP victory. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis celebrates with party leader Aashish Shelar, BJP spokesperson Madhav Bhandari, MP Rao Saheb Danve and MP Kirit Somaya. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost
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Chief Minister Devendra Fadnavis celebrates with party leader Aashish Shelar, BJP spokesperson Madhav Bhandari, MP Rao Saheb Danve and MP Kirit Somaya. Sachin Gokhale/Firstpost