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2019 Assembly Election Results of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh

2019 Assembly Election Results of Odisha, Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim and Arunachal Pradesh: 2019 Legislative Assembly Election was held in Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim simultaneously with the general elections which was conducted in the month of April-May 2019 on 7 different phases. While on the other hand, the Legislative assembly elections of Haryana, Maharashtra, Jharkhand and Jammu & Kashmir is also going to be held later this year.

Assembly Election Results 2019

The counting, as well as the result for 2019 Legislative Assembly Election of Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim, is out so here is the outcome, let’s have a look….

2019 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election Result

Assembly Elections in Andhra Pradesh was held on 11th April 2019 to establish the fifteenth Legislative Assembly. These elections are to be held alongside with the Indian general election, 2019.

The main opponents of Assembly Elections in Andhra Pradesh were Jana Sena Party chief Pawan Kalyan with his alliance amongst Communist Party of India , Communist Party of India (Marxist) , Bahujan Samaj Party parties and the incumbent Telugu Desam Party chief minister N. Chandrababu Naidu, YSR Congress Party Chief Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy.

Here is the party wise result of 2019 Andhra Pradesh Legislative Assembly election:

Party Contested Won Votes Vote %
YSRCP 175 151 15683592 49.9
TDP 175 23 12301741 39.2
INC 0 0 368810 1.17
BJP 0 0 263849 0.84
JSP 140 1 6.78
BSP 21 0 0.28
CPI(M) 7 0 0.32
CPI 7 0 0.11
Independents TBA
Other parties TBA
NOTA Steady Steady 1.28
Total 175

2019 Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly Election Result

Legislative Assembly elections in Arunachal Pradesh were held on April 11 in order to elect the 60 members of Legislative Assembly. The term of Arunachal Pradesh Legislative Assembly is going to end on June 1, 2019.

The three members of the Bharatiya Janata Party such as Phurpa Tsering from Dirang , Taba Tedir from Yachuli and Kento Jini from Along East were elected unoppsed after others’ candidates were rejected or the candidates pull out themselves.

The final results of 31 out of 60 Assembly constituencies have been declared by the Election Commission of India. Out of these 31 seats, BJP has seized 19, JD(U) 5, Congress 3, Independents candidates 2, while on the other hand 1 seat each to NPP and PPA.

PM Modi tweeted, “I bow to my sisters and brothers of Arunachal Pradesh for placing their faith in @BJP4Arunachal. We will leave no stone unturned in serving the state.

Congratulations to our youthful CM @PemaKhanduBJP and the entire Arunachal Pradesh BJP for the hardwork. Proud of this team!”

2019 Sikkim Legislative Assembly Election Result

Legislative Assembly elections in Sikkim were held on 11 April 2019 in order to elect the 32 members of Legislative Assembly. The term of Sikkim Legislative Assembly is going to end on May 27, 2019.

Party Contested Won Change
Sikkim Democratic Front 32 15 Decrease by 7
Sikkim Krantikari Morcha 32 17 Increase

By 7

Hamro Sikkim Party 32 0 Steady
Indian National Congress 32 0 Steady
Bharatiya Janata Party 32 0 Steady
 Other parties TBA
Independents TBA Steady
 NOTA TBA
Total 32

2019 Odisha Legislative Assembly Election Result

The Legislative Assembly election in Odisha was held in the month of April 2019, along with the Indian general election which was too held in the year 2019. The term of the present assembly elected in 2014 is going to expire on 24 May 2019.

The major political parties that contested in 2019 Legislative Assembly election were the incumbent Biju Janata Dal which was headed by Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), and the Indian National Congress. In this year, four sitting MP’s from Biju Janata Dal joined BJP as well as INC for the reason that they were denied party’s ticket.

Well, the counting for 2019 Odisha Legislative Assembly election is still going on so here is the list of winning candidates along with their parties that are announced so far:

Tirtol: Bishnu Charan Das of BJD wins with a clear margin of 69,871 votes.

Balikuda-Ersama: Raghunandan Das of BJD wins with a clear margin of 1,0,3814 votes.

Jagatsinghpur: BJD’s candidate, Prasanta Kumar Muduli wins with a clear margin of 70,116 votes.

Kakatpur: BJD’s candidate, Tusharkanti Behera wins with a clear margin of 91,897 votes.

Nimapara: BJD’s candidate, Samir Ranjan Dash wins with a clear margin of 91,160 votes.

Puri: BJP’s candidate, Jayanta Kumar Sarangi wins with a clear margin of 76,747 votes.

Talcher: BJD’s candidate, Brajakishore Pradhan wins with a clear margin of 70,044 votes.

Angul: BJD’s candidate, Rajanikant Singh wins with a clear margin of 65,388 votes.

Chhendipada: BJD’s candidate, Susanta Kumar Behera wins with a clear margin of 74,911 votes.

Birmaharajpur: BJD’s candidate, Padmanabha Behera wins with a clear margin of 65,046 votes.

Sonepur: BJD’s candidate, Niranjan Pujari wins with a clear margin of 99,073 votes.

Athamallik: BJD’s candidate, Ramesh Chandra Sai wins with a clear margin of 86,254 votes.

Barabati–Cuttack: INC candidate, Mohammed Moquim wins with a clear margin of 50,244 votes.

Choudwar–Cuttack: BJD’s candidate, BJD’s candidate, Souvic Biswal wins with a clear margin of 64,686 votes.

Niali: BJD’s candidate, Dr. Pramod Kumar Mallick wins with a clear margin of 94,013 votes.

Cuttack Sadar: BJD’s candidate, Chandra Sarathi Behera wins with a clear margin of 86,329 votes.

Salipur: BJD’s candidate, Prasanta Behera wins with a clear margin of 1,04,154 votes.

Mahanga: BJD’s candidate, Pratap Jena wins with a clear margin of 1,06,054 votes.