Beed Assembly Constituency: With fifteen candidates in the fray for the Beed assembly seat, NCP's Sandeep Ravindra Kshirsagar has won by defeating Shiv Sena’s Jaydattaji Sonajirao Kshirsagar with a margin of 4553 votes. With 35609 votes, Shiv Sena’s Jaydattaji Sonajirao Kshirsagar lost the seat.
With the other 287 assembly constituencies in Maharashtra, Beed went on for polling on October 21.
Former NCP leader Kshirsagar, who had joined Shiv Sena, had won this seat receiving a total of 77,134 votes to his name in 2014 assembly election.
Shiv Sena is contesting 124 of 288 seats in Maharashtra assembly, whereas the BJP has 164 seats in its quota. The Congress and the NCP are fighting on 125 seats each.
In the 2014 Maharashtra assembly elections, BJP emerged as the single largest party winning 122 seats. The Shiv Sena, which contested alone, came second with 63 seats. The Congress and NCP bagged 42 and 41 seats respectively.