The big stage is set in states of Maharashtra and Haryana as the vote counting for the Assembly elections are set to start on October 19, 2014 at 8 am.
Both the states hold high value for the government at the centre as the BJP will look to make a comeback in both the states.
The exit polls have already predicted that the saffron party has a good chance to form the government. However, the BJP may fall short of majority, which will hint at new or returning to old alliances.
Maharashtra holds the most importance as there are 288 seats in the state assembly, where the current ruling party Congress may just make an exit.
Party-wise results here.
For BJP, the equations will be quite complicated as they have parted ways with the Shiv Sena after more than two decades of alliance.
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Maharashtra and Haryana went for polling on October 15, 2014 and saw a turnout of 63.13 per cent and 63.13 per cent respectively.
If BJP turns out to be the largest party in both states, it will be some assurance that the Modi wave is certainly working at some level in these states.
According to a report in Zee News, the results should be available by 3 pm, although trends should be available at around 12 pm.
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BJP has fielded 280 candidates in the state as compared to 282 fielded by Shiv Sena, 219 by MNS and 287 by Congress.
There are a total of 36 constituencies in Mumbai among the 288 seats. There are 234 seats, reserved for the general, while SC and ST will have 29 and 25 seats reserved.