Lok Sabha Election 2019 Phase 1 Voting Live Updates: General Elections Begin, 91 Seats Vote In First Phase: As the Election Commission has already announced that the 2019 Lok Sabha polls will be held in seven phases with polling dates: April 11, April 18, April 23, April 29, May 6, May 12 and May 19. The election will choose 17th Lok Sabha for which result will be declared on May 23. Now the time has come for the much awaited political fest of the Indian democracy as the Phase I of voting will begin tomorrow Thursday on April 11. The phase I polls will be held in 91 Lok Sabha seats in a total of 20 states and Union Territories. BJP Candidates Full List 2019
Election 2019: Phase 1 Live Voting Updates: Key States – UP, Bihar, West Bengal, Andhra Pradesh
|Date of notification||March 18 (Monday)|
|Last date of filing nomination||March 25 (Monday)|
|Scrutiny of nominations||March 26 (Tuesday)|
|Polling date||April 11 (Thursday)|
|Result||May 23 (Thursday)|
Voting percentage in Andhra Pradesh: East Godavari surges ahead in polling percentage with 12.36%
News18 quoting Andhra Pradesh chief electoral officer Rajat Kumar reported that the state saw a voter turnout of 9 percent in the first two hours. Following is the voting percentage as it stands till 9 am in these constituencies:
East Godavari: 12.36%
West Godavari: 8.67%
Kadapa: 7.68 %:
Voting percentage in Jammu and Kashmir, West Bengal, Tripura Telangana, Uttarakhand, Lakshadweep, Maharashtra
The parliamentary constituencies of Alipurduars and Cooch Behar in West Bengal are voting with zeal as the state recorded 38.08% polling till 11 am.
Maharashtra Election Voting Latest Updates
IED blast in Ettapalli in Gadchiroli
IED blast near a polling station in Ettapalli in Gadchiroli constituency has been reported. No injuries have been reported so far. According to local reports, Naxal forces in the area have sent out repeated warnings to individuals against voting.
Khammam Election Voting Latest Updates
Khammam Congress candidate Renuka Choudhary casts her vote
Uttarakhand election voting latest updates
Five constituencies going to polls today
Five parliamentary constituencies in the state are going to polls today to set the precedent for the next government. Tehri Garhwal, Haridwar, Nainital, Almora, Garhwal.
In Haridwar, the overall voter sentiment seems inclined towards the BJP, but the interior pockets, which have a significant number of Muslim and SC/ST votes, are largely looking at the BSP as the possible alternative. As for the state’s only regional party, the Uttarakhand Kranti Dal, it will be fighting from all five seats; UKD had failed to secure a single seat in the last two Lok Sabha polls.
BY Pragya Bakshi
Search for ‘How to remove vote ink’ surges on Google
As political parties and politicians allege mass deletion of votes, Google Trends showed a surge in search for ‘How to remove vote ink’. Meanwhile, Delhi chief Arvind Kejriwal has also alleged mass deletion of votes. “Reports coming from all across India that votes have been deleted on an unprecedented scale,” tweeted Kejriwal quoting a tweet of Kiran Majumdar Shaw who complained of her mother’s name missing from the voters’ list.
DIBRUGARH Election Voting Latest Updates
India has already decided to elect Narendra Modi: Sarbananda Sonowal
Chief minister Sarbananda Sonowal cast his vote at Sahitya Sabha Bhavan in Dibrugarh. Sonowal said that he is sure that BJP will form the government under the leadership of Narendra Modi as Prime Minister.
11.06am: Poll percentage up to 9 am in Jammu constituency
- Jammu 14.12%
- Samba 16.52%
- Rajouri 11.88%
- Poonch 12.98%
- Baramulla 5.80%
- Kupwara 7.98%
- Bandipora 5.97%
- Migrants 10.24%
Overall poll per centage in the state is 11.43 per cent up to 9 am.
11.03am: Villagers in Dantewada turnout in large numbers to cast their votes for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019. On April 9, BJP MLA Bheema Mandvi and four PSOs lost their lives in a naxal attack in Dantewada.
An estimated 13.73 per cent voting has been recorded in the first three hours of polling that began amid tight security in four Lok Sabha seats in Bihar in the first leg of the seven-phased election. BJP Manifesto 2019
Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Chandrababu Naidu and his family cast their vote for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 in Amravati.
“It is the duty of every citizen to participate in the democratic process by casting his vote,” says Mr Naidu.
The states that are going to the poll in phase I of Lok Sabha election with their constituencies are:
Phase 1 (April 11)
1. Andhra Pradesh: 25 seats
2. Arunachal Pradesh: 2 seats
3. Assam: 5 seats
4. Bihar: 4 seats
5. Chhattisgarh: 1 seat
6. Jammu and Kashmir: 2 seats
7. Maharashtra: 7 seats
8. Manipur: 1 seat
9. Meghalaya: 2 seats
10. Mizoram: 1 seat
11. Nagaland: 1 seat
12. Odisha: 4 seats
13. Sikkim: 1 seat
14. Telangana: 17 seats
15. Tripura: 1 seat
16. Uttar Pradesh: 8 seats
17. Uttarakhand: 5 seats
18. West Bengal: 2 seats
19. Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 1 seat
20. Lakshadweep: 1 seat
Voter turnout till 9am – 10.6% in Telangana, 10.2% in Assam, 13.3% in Arunachal Pradesh
State wise main parties, candidates and polling centre:
Arunachal Pradesh: 12 candidates are contending for 2 constituencies with BJP, Congress and People’s Party of Arunachal (PPA) as main parties and 2202 polling centres.
Assam: 41 candidates are contending for 5 constituencies with BJP, Congress and AIUDF as main parties and 9574 polling centres.
Sikkim: 11 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with BJP, Congress, SDF, HSP, SKM as main parties and 567 polling centres.
Meghalaya: 9 candidates are contending for 2 constituencies with BJP, Congress, NPP and UDP as main parties and 3167 polling centres.
Manipur: 8 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with BJP, Congress and NPF as main parties and 1300 polling centres.
Mizoram: 6 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with BJP, Congress & ZPM alliance and MNF as main parties and 1175 polling centres.
Nagaland: 4 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with NPP and NDPP as main parties and 2227 polling centres.
Tripura: 13 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with BJP, Congress, CPM and TMC as main parties and 1679 polling centres.
West Bengal: 18 candidates are contending for 2 constituencies with BJP, Congress, TMC and Left (CPM, RSP, AIFB) as main parties and 3844 polling centres.
Bihar: 44 candidates are contending for 4 constituencies with BJP+JDU alliance, Congress and RJD alliance as main parties and 7486 polling centres.
Chhattisgarh: 7 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with BJP, Congress and BSP as main parties and 1878 polling centres.
Odisha: 26 candidates are contending for 4 constituencies with BJP, Congress and Biju Janata Dal (BJD) as main parties and 7233 polling centres.
Andhra Pradesh: 319 candidates are contending for 25 constituencies with BJP, Congress, TDP, YSRC and Jana Sena as main parties and 45920 polling centres.
Telangana: 443 candidates are contending for 17 constituencies BJP, Congress, TRS and AIMIM as main parties and 34603 polling centres.
Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 15 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with BJP, Congress, Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) and TMC as main parties and 406 polling centres.
Lakshadweep: 6 candidates are contending for 1 constituency with BJP, Congress and NCP as main parties and 51 polling centres.
Maharashtra: 122 candidates are contending for 7 constituencies with BJP and SS, Congress and NCP as main parties and 14731 polling centres.
Uttar Pradesh: 96 candidates are contending for 8 constituencies with BJP, Congress and alliance of BSP, SP and RLD as main parties and 16633 polling centres.
Uttarakhand: 52 candidates are contending for 5 constituencies with BJP, Congress and BSP as main parties and 11235 polling centres.
Jammu and Kashmir: 33 candidates are contending for 2 constituencies with PDP, Congress & JKNC alliance; and JKNPP as main parties and 3489 polling centres.
Here is constituency-wise breakup for Lok Sabha election 2019
|State||Constituency||Poll Date||Counting Date|
|Andhra Pradesh||Aruku||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Srikakulam||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Vizianagaram||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Visakhapatnam||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Anakapalli||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Kakinada||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Amalapuram||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Rajahmundry||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Narsapuram||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Eluru||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Machilipatnam||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Vijayawada||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Guntur||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Narasaraopet||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Bapatla||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Ongole||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Nandyal||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Kurnool||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Anantapur||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Hindupur||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Kadapa||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Nellore||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Tirupati||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Rajampet||April 11||May 23|
|Andhra Pradesh||Chittoor||April 11||May 23|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Arunachal West||April 11||May 23|
|Arunachal Pradesh||Arunachal East||April 11||May 23|
|Assam||Tezpur||April 11||May 23|
|Assam||Kaliabor||April 11||May 23|
|Assam||Jorhat||April 11||May 23|
|Assam||Dibrugarh||April 11||May 23|
|Assam||Lakhimpur||April 11||May 23|
|Bihar||Aurangabad||April 11||May 23|
|Bihar||Gaya||April 11||May 23|
|Bihar||Nawada||April 11||May 23|
|Bihar||Jamui||April 11||May 23|
|Jammu & Kashmir||Baramulla||April 11||May 23|
|Jammu & Kashmir||Jammu||April 11||May 23|
|Maharashtra||Wardha||April 11||May 23|
|Maharashtra||Ramtek||April 11||May 23|
|Maharashtra||Nagpur||April 11||May 23|
|Maharashtra||Bhandara-Gondiya||April 11||May 23|
|Maharashtra||Gadchiroli-Chimur||April 11||May 23|
|Maharashtra||Chandrapur||April 11||May 23|
|Maharashtra||Yavatmal-Washim||April 11||May 23|
|Manipur||Outer Manipur||April 11||May 23|
|Meghalaya||Shillong||April 11||May 23|
|Meghalaya||Tura||April 11||May 23|
|Mizoram||Mizoram||April 11||May 23|
|Nagaland||Nagaland||April 11||May 23|
|Odisha||Kalahandi||April 11||May 23|
|Odisha||Nabarangpur||April 11||May 23|
|Odisha||Berhampur||April 11||May 23|
|Odisha||Koraput||April 11||May 23|
|Sikkim||Sikkim||April 11||May 23|
|Tripura||Tripura West||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Saharanpur||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Kairana||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Muzaffarnagar||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Bijnor||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Meerut||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Baghpat||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Ghaziabad||April 11||May 23|
|Uttar Pradesh||Gautam Buddha Nagar||April 11||May 23|
|West Bengal||Coochbehar||April 11||May 23|
|West Bengal||Alipurduars||April 11||May 23|
|Andaman & Nicobar Islands||Andaman & Nicobar Islands||April 11||May 23|
|undefined||Lakshadweep||April 11||May 23|
|Chhattisgarh||Bastar||April 11||May 23|
|Uttarakhand||Tehri Garhwal||April 11||May 23|
|Uttarakhand||Garhwal||April 11||May 23|
|Uttarakhand||Almora||April 11||May 23|
|Uttarakhand||Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar||April 11||May 23|
|Uttarakhand||Hardwar||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Adilabad||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Peddapalle||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Karimnagar||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Nizamabad||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Zahirabad||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Medak||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Malkajgiri||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Secunderabad||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Hyderabad||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Chevella||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Mahbubnagar||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Nagarkurnool||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Nalgonda||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Bhongir||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Warangal||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Mahabubabad||April 11||May 23|
|Telangana||Khammam||April 11||May 23|
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