Arunachal Pradesh Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Live Vote Counting: Party constituency wise Result, Winner Candidates names: The Election Commission of India will start counting votes for Vidhan Sabha or Assembly elections on 23 May, 2019 (Thursday) at 8 am. The Assembly elections were held in four states — Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh and Sikkim — simultaneously with the Lok Sabha Elections over April and May. Lok Sabha Elections Result 2019
Arunachal Pradesh Lok Sabha Election Results 2019
In Andhra Pradesh, it is crucial for the TDP to retain power after its comfortable win in the 2014 Vidhan Sabha elections. However, for the principal Opposition, the YSR Congress, it’s a must-win situation to ensure its political sustainability. The Congress is seeking a resurrection in Andhra Pradesh after the rout it suffered post-bifurcation in 2014.
- PARLIAMENTARY SEATS : 2
- TOTAL VOTES : 6,00,828
- MAIN POLITICAL PARTIES
Arunachal Pradesh Election Result 2019 LIVE and Party-Wise Winner List
Arunachal Pradesh Election 2014 Results & Winner List
|ARUNACHAL WEST||BJP||Kiren Rijiju|
|ARUNACHAL EAST||INC||Ninong Ering|
Meanwhile, the stakes are not high for the BJP, but it is seeking to make a point on its relevance in the state’s political landscape. Attention will also be on the Jana Sena as it is likely to alter the fortunes of either of the other four parties by splitting the votes, particularly that of a dominant community that tilted the scales in favour of TDP in 2014.
State Wise Election Results – Lok Sabha Elections 2019
Arunachal Pradesh is one of the eight states in Northeast India. It has two seats in the Lok Sabha. Currently, one seat is held by the Bharatiya Janata Party, and the other by the Indian National Congress. The Arunachal Pradesh state Assembly has 60 seats. In the 2014 Assembly elections, the Indian National Congress had won 42 seats, the Bharatiya Janata Party 11, and the People’s Party of Arunachal 5 seats. Two seats had been bagged by Independent candidates. At present, Pema Khandu, who is now with the Bharatiya Janata Party, is the chief minister of the state.