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Lok Sabha Elections Results 2019: Narendra Modi Set For Second Term

Lok Sabha Elections Results 2019 LIVE Updates: MP, Party Wise Result Winners State Wise: A day after making an appearance at his first-ever press conference as prime minister, and with Bharatiya Janata Party’s campaign for the 2019 Lok Sabha election all wrapped up, Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Saturday reportedly trekked 2 kilometres to a Kedarnath cave and on the request of media persons accompanying him, allowed cameras to take initial photos. His meditation, reported ANI, will begin in a few hours and will last until tomorrow morning. No media or personnel will be allowed in the vicinity of the cave at that time, the agency has reported sources as having said. Loksabha Chunav Parinam 2019

Election Results 2019 Winners: List of Winning Candidates of BJP, Congress, Others

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Winners List: Constituency-wise Names of Winning Candidates

State Constituencies Winning Candidates Party
Andaman and Nicobar Andaman and Nicobar Islands VISHAL JOLLY BJP
Andhra Pradesh Araku GODDETI MADHAVI YSRCP
Srikakulam Kinjarapu Ram Mohan Naidu TDP
Vizianagaram Bellana Chandra Sekhar YSRCP
Visakhapatnam MVV SATYANARAYANA YSRCP
Anakapalli Beesetti Venkata Satyavathi YSRCP
Kakinada VANGA GEETHAVISWANATH YSRCP
Amalapuram CHINTA ANURADHA YSRCP
Rajahmundry MARGANI BHARAT YSRCP
Narasapuram KANUMURU RAGHU RAMA KRISHNA RAJU YSRCP
Eluru KOTAGIRI SRIDHAR YSRCP
Machilipatnam BALASHOWRY VALLABHANENI YSRCP
Vijayawada KESINENI SRINIVAS TDP
Guntur Modugula Venugopala Reddy YSRCP
Narasaraopet LAVU SRI KRISHNA DEVARAYALU YSRCP
Bapatla NANDIGAM SURESH YSRCP
Ongole MAGUNTA SREENIVASULU REDDY YSRCP
Nandyal POCHA . BRAHMANANDA REDDY YSRCP
Kurnool AYUSHMAN DOCTOR SANJEEV KUMAR YSRCP
Anantapur TALARI RANGAIAH YSRCP
Hindupur KURUVA GORANTLA MADHAV YSRCP
Kadapa Yeduguri Sandinti Avinash Reddy YSRCP
Nellore Adala Prabhakara Reddy YSRCP
Tirupati Balli Durga Prasad Rao YSRCP
Rajampet PV MIDHUN REDDY YSRCP
Chittoor NARAMALLI SIVA PRASAD YSRCP
Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal Pradesh West KIREN RIJIJU BJP
Arunachal Pradesh East Tapir Gao BJP
Assam Tezpur PALLAB LOCHAN DAS BJP
Kalibor Gaurav Gogoi Cong
Jorhat TOPON KUMAR GOGOI BJP
Dibrugarh RAMESWAR TELI BJP
Lakhimpur PRADAN BARUAH BJP
Karimganj RADHESHYAM BISWAS AIUDF
Silchar RAJDEEP ROY BJP
Autonomous district HOREN SING BEY BJP
Mangaldoi DILIP SAIKIA BJP
Nawgong Pradyut Bordoloi Cong
Dhubri BADRUDDIN AJMAL AIUDF
Kokrajhar Naba Kumar Sarania IND
Barpeta Kumar Deepak Das AGP
Gauhati QUEEN OJA BJP
Bihar Aurangabad SUSHIL KUMAR SINGH BJP
Gaya Vijay Kumar JD(U)
Nawada Chandan Singh LJSP
Jamui CHIRAG KUMAR PASWAN LJP
Kishanganj Akhtarul Iman AIMIM
Katihar DULAL CHANDRA GOSWAMI JD(U)
Purnia SANTOSH KUMAR JD(U)
Bhagalpur AJAY KUMAR MANDAL JD(U)
Banka GIRIDHARI YADAV JD(U)
Jhanjharpur Ramprit Mandal JD(U)
Supaul Dileshwar Kamait JD(U)
Araria PRADEEP KUMAR SINGH BJP
Madhepura Dinesh Chandra Yadav JD(U)
Khagaria Choudhary Mehboob Ali Kaiser LJSP
Darbhanga Gopal Jee Thakur (Wins) BJP
Ujiarpur Nityanand Rai BJP
Samastipur Ramchandra Paswan LJSP
Begusarai Giriraj Singh BJP
Munger RAJIV RANJAN SINGH ALIAS LALAN SINGH JD(U)
Sitamarhi Sunil Kumar Pintu JD(U)
Madhubani ASHOK KUMAR YADAV BJP
Muzaffarpur Ajay Nishad BJP
Saran Rajiv Pratap Rudy BJP
Hajipur PASHU PATI KUMAR PARAS LJP
Valmiki Nagar BAIDYANATH PRASAD MAHTO JD(U)
Paschim Champaran SANJAY JAISWAL BJP
Purvi Champaran RADHA MOHAN SINGH BJP
Sheohar RAMA DEVI BJP
Vaishali Veena Devi LJSP
Gopalganj ALOK KUMAR SUMAN JD(U)
Siwan Kavita Singh JD(U)
Maharajganj Janardan Singh ‘Sigriwal” BJP
Nalanda Kaushlendra Kumar JD(U)
Patna Sahib Ravi Shankar Prasad BJP
Pataliputra Ram Kripal Yadav BJP
Arrah R. K. Singh BJP
Buxar Ashwini Kumar Choubey BJP
Sasaram
Kurakat MAHABALI SINGH JD(U)
Jahanabad SURENDRA PRASAD YADAV RJD
Chandigarh Chandigarh KIRRON KHER BJP
Chhattisgarh Bastar DEEPAK BAIJ Cong
Rajnandgaon
Mahasamund
Kanker MOHAN MANDAVI BJP
Surguja
Raigarh
Janjgir-Champa GUHARAM AJGALLEY BJP
Korba JYOTSNA CHARANDAS MAHANT Cong
Bilaspur ARUN SAO BJP
Durg VIJAY BAGHEL BJP
Raipur
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Dadra and Nagar Haveli
Daman and Diu Daman and Diu Lalubhai Babubhai Patel (Wins) BJP
Delhi Chandni Chowk
North East Delhi
East Delhi
New Delhi
North West Delhi
West Delhi
South Delhi
Goa North Goa
South Goa
Gujarat Kachchh
Banaskantha
Patan
Mahesana
Sabarkantha
Gandhinagar
Ahmedabad East
Ahmedabad West
Surendranagar
Rajkot
Porbandar
Jamnagar
Junagadh
Amreli
Bhavnagar
Anand
Kheda
Panchmahal
Dahod
Vadodara
Chhota Udaipur
Bharuch
Bardoli
Surat
Navsari
Valsad
Haryana Ambala
Kurukshetra
Sirsa
Hissar
Karnal
Sonipat
Rohtak
BhiwaniMahendragarh
Gurgaon
Faridabad
Himachal Pradesh Kangra
Mandi
Hamirpur
Shimla
Jammu and Kashmir Baramulla
Jammu
Srinagar Farooq Abdullah (wins) Jammu & Kashmir National Conference
Udhampur
Anantnag
Anantnag (Kulgam district)
Anantnag (Shopian and Pulwama district)
Ladakh
Jharkhand Chatra
Lohardaga
Palamu
Kodarma
Ranchi
Khunti
Hazaribagh
Giridih
Dhanbad
Jamshedpur
Singhbhum
Rajmahal
Dumka
Godda
Karnataka Udupi Chikmagalur
Hassan Prajwal Revanna (Wins) JD(S)
Dakshina Kannada Nalin Kumar Kateel (Wins) BJP
Chitradurga
Tumkur
Mandya
Mysore
Chamarajanagar
Bangalore Rural D.K. Suresh (Wins) Cong
Bangalore North
Bangalore Central
Bangalore South
Chikkballapur Bhagwanth Khuba (Wins) BJP
Kolar
Chikkodi
Belgaum
Bagalkot
Bijapur Jigajinagi Ramesh Chandappa (Wins) BJP
Gulbarga
Raichur
Bidar Bhagwanth Khuba (Wins) BJP
Koppal Karadi Sanganna Amarappa (Wins) BJP
Bellary Y. Devendrappa (Wins) BJP
Haveri Udasi. S.C (Wins) BJP
Dharwad Pralhad Joshi (Wins) BJP
Uttara Kannada Anantkumar Hegde (Wins) BJP
Davanagere
Shimoga B.Y. Raghavendra (Wins) BJP
Kerala Kasaragod
Kannur
Vadakara
Wayanad
Kozhikode
Malappuram
Ponnani
Palakkad V K Sreekandan (wins) INC
Alathur Ramya Haridas (wins) INC
Thrissur
Chalakudy
Ernakulam
Idukki
Kottayam
Alappuzha
Mavelikkara
Pathanamthitta
Kollam
Attingal
Thiruvananthapuram
Lakshadweep Lakshadweep
Madhya Pradesh Sidhi
Shahdol
Jabalpur
Mandla
Balaghat
Chhindwara
Tikamgarh
Damoh
Khajuraho
Satna
Rewa
Hoshangabad
Betul
Morena
Bhind
Gwalior
Guna
Sagar
Vidisha
Bhopal
Rajgarh
Dewas
Ujjain
Mandsaur
Ratlam
Dhar
Indore
Khargone
Khandwa
Maharashtra Wardha
Ramtek
Nagpur
Bhandara-Gondiya
Gadchiroli-Chimur
Chandrapur
Yavatmal-Washim
Buldhana
Akola
Amravat
Hingoli
Nanded
Parbhani
Beed
Osmanabad
Latur
Solapur
Jalgaon
Raver
Jalna
Aurangabad
Raigad
Pune
Baramat
Ahmednagar
Madha
Sangli
Satara
Ratnagiri
Sindhudurg
Kolhapur
Hatkanangle
Shirdi
Nandurbar Heena Vijaykumar Gavit (wins) BJP
Dhule
Dindori
Nashik (North Maharashtra)
Palghar
Bhiwandi
Kalyan
Thane
Mumbai North
Mumbai North-West
Mumbai North-Central
Mumbai North-East
Mumbai South
Mumbai South-Central
Maval
Shirur
Shirdi
Manipur Outer Manipur
Inner Manipur
Meghalaya Shillong
Tura
Mizoram Mizoram
Nagaland Nagaland
Odisha Kalahandi
Nabarangpur
Berhampur
Koraput
Bargarh
Sundargarh
Bolangir
Kandhamal
Aska
Sambalpur
Keonjhar
Dhenkanal
Cuttack
Puri
Bhubaneswar
Mayurbhanj
Balasore
Bhadrak
Jajpur
Kendrapara
Jagatsinghpur
Puducherry Puducherry
Punjab Gurdaspur
Amritsar
Khadoor Sahib
Jalandhar
Hoshiarpur
Anandpur Sahib Manish Tewari (Wins) INC
Ludhiana Ravneet Singh Bittu (wins) INC
Fatehgarh Sahib
Faridkot
Firozpur Sukhbir Singh Badal (Wins) SAD
Bathinda
Sangrur
Patiala Preneet Kaur (wins) INC
Rajasthan Tonk-Sawai Madhopur
Ajmer
Pali
Jodhpur
Barmer
Jalore
Udaipur
Banswara
Chittorgarh
Rajsamand
Bhilwara
Kota
Jhalawar-Baran
Ganganagar
Bikaner
Churu
Jhunjhunu
Sikar
Jaipur Rural
Jaipur
Alwar
Bharatpur
Karauli-Dholpur
Dausa
Nagaur
Sikkim Sikkim
Tamil Nadu Tiruvallur
Chennai North
Chennai South
Chennai Central
Sriperumbudur
Kancheepuram
Arakkonam
Krishnagiri
Dharmapuri
Tiruvannamalai
Arani
Viluppuram
Kallakurichi
Salem
Namakkal
Erode
Tiruppur
Nilgiris A Raja (Wins) DMK
Coimbatore
Pollachi
Dindigul
Karur
Tiruchirappalli
Perambalur
Cuddalore
Chidambaram
Mayiladuthurai
Nagapattinam
Thanjavur
Sivaganga
Madurai
Theni
Virudhunagar
Ramanathapuram
Thoothukkudi
Tenkasi
Tirunelveli
Kanniyakumari
Telangana Adilabad
Peddapalle
Karimnagar Bandi Sanjay Kumar BJP
Nizamabad
Zahirabad
Medak
Malkajgiri
Secunderabad
Hyderabad
Chevella
Mahbubnagar Manne Srinivas Reddy (wins) TRS
Nagarkurnool
Nalgonda Uttam Kumar Reddy Nalamada (wins) INC
Bhongir
Warangal
Mahabubabad
Khammam
Tripura Tripura West
Tripura East
Uttar Pradesh Saharanpur
Kairana
Muzaffarnagar
Bijnor
Meerut
Baghpat
Ghaziabad
Gautam Buddha Nagar
Nagina
Amroha
Bulandshahr
Aligarh
Hathras
Mathura
Agra
Fatehpur Sikri
Moradabad
Rampur
Sambhal
Firozabad
Mainpuri
Etah
Badaun
Aonla
Bareilly
Pilibhit
Shahjahanpur
Kheri
Hardoi
Misrikh
Unnao
Farrukhabad
Etawah
Kannauj
Kanpur
Akbarpur
Jalaun
Jhansi
Hamirpur
Dhaurahra
Sitapur
Mohanlalganj
Lucknow
Raebareli
Amethi
Banda
Fatehpur
Kaushambi
Barabanki
Faizabad
Bahraich Akshaibar Lal (Wins) BJP
Kaiserganj
Gonda
Sultanpur
Pratapgarh
Phulpur
Allahabad
Ambedkar Nagar
Shrawasti
Domariyaganj
Basti
Sant Kabir Nagar
Lalganj
Azamgarh
Jaunpur
Machhlishahr
Bhadohi
Maharajganj BJP
Gorakhpur Ravi Kishan (Wins)
Kushi Nagar
Deoria
Bansgaon
Ghosi
Salempur
Ballia
Ghazipur
Chandauli
Varanasi Narendra Modi BJP
Mirzapur
Robertsganj
Uttarakhand Tehri Garhwal
Garhwal
Almora
Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar
Hardwar
West Bengal Coochbehar
Alipurduars
Jalpaiguri
Darjeeling
Raiganj
Balurghat
Maldaha Uttar
Maldaha Dakshin
Jangipur
Murshidabad
Baharampur Ranjan Chowdhury INC
Krishnanagar
Ranaghat
Bardhaman Purba
Bardhaman-Durgapur
Asansol
Bolpur
Birbhum
Bangaon
Barrackpur
Howrah
Uluberia
Sreerampur
Hooghly
Arambag
Tamluk
Kanthi
Ghatal
Jhargram
Medinipur
Purulia
Bankura
Bishnupur
Dum Dum
Barasat
Basirhat
Jaynagar
Mathurapur
Jadavpur
Kolkata Dakshin
Kolkata Uttar

There are a total of 542 Lok Sabha constituencies that had gone to polls in the seven phases of the Lok Sabha Election 2019 or General Elections 2019. The counting of the votes took place on Thursday and the Lok Sabha ELections 2019 Result were also declared. The list of Lok Sabha constituency-wise winning candidates will be updated as soon as the names all the winners are declared. Stay with us to catch live news updates on the Lok Sabha Election 2019 Result winners list.

 

Loksabha Election Result Live Updates 2019- BJP-led NDA set to sweep Lok Sabha polls with over 300 seats

Coalition positions as of 3.30 pm

 

Party Won Lead Total
NDA+ 0 321 321
UPA+ 0 88 88
BSP+ 0 6 6
Others 0 127 127

 

JHARKHAND | 3.30 PM

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) candidate, Mahesh Chandra Hembram, is in a neck-to-neck fight with the BJD candidate Amar Singh Tudu in the Saraskana assembly.

The JMM candidate got 11559 votes whereas Amar Singh managed 10205 votes.

UTTAR PRADESH | 3:20 PM

Congress candidate Sonia Gandhi is leading by 96,644 votes against her  nearest rival Dinesh Pratap Singh of BJP in Rae Bareli constituency of Uttar Pradesh.

Ms. Gandhi is the chairperson of UPA and former prisident of Congress party. In the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, Ms. Gandhi beat Ajay Agrawal of BJP by receiving 63.80 per cent of the votes cast in this constituency.

In the 2019 elections held on May 6, Rai Bareli registered a polling of 50.29 per cent.

Update provided by virel.ai

JAMMU AND KASHMIR | 3:15 PM

Accept people’s verdict: Mehbooba Mufti

“I’ve been fortunate to get the love & affection of my people. They have every right to express their anger for my failings. Accept their verdict with humility. Congratulations to winning candidates from NC. I’m grateful to my party workers & colleagues,” PDP chief and former Jammu and Kashmir Chief Minister Mehbooba Mufti has said.

Her party drew a blank in all six constituencies of Jammu and Kashmir.

WEST BENGAL | 3:00 PM

BJP leads from Mamata’s anti-land acquisition launch pad

BJP candidate Locket Chatterjee is leading from Hooghly constituency, where TMC chief Mamata Banerjee launched her anti-land acquisition agitation in Singur, which catapulted her into the national spotlight.

Ms. Chatterjee was leading by over 64,000 votes over Trinamool Congress candidate Ratna De, according to the latest Election Commission trends. In 2014, Ms. De had won the seat by 1,89,084 votes. — PTI

GUJARAT | 2.45 PM

Amit Shah set to win with huge margin

BJP president Amit Shah is leading in Gandhinagar by nearly 5 lakh votes against his Congress rival Dr. C.J. Chavda. While Mr. Shah has secured 8,21,705 votes, Dr. Chavda has got 3,20,136 according to updates on the ECI website.

Gandhinagar was represented by BJP veteran L.K. Advani for nearly two decades. This time he had to vacate his seat to pave way for “younger” leaders.

Mr. Shah, who served as Gujarat’s Minister of State for Home under Narendra Modi, had represented Naranpura in the Gujarat Assembly.

Mr. Shah is currently a Rajya Sabha member.

Mr. Shah’s political career began from RSS’ student wing, ABVP, and the BJP’s Yuva Morcha. Mr. Modi and Mr. Shah were credited for the fall of Congress in Gujarat. The State is being ruled by BJP for the past four terms.

Mr. Shah was the party in-charge for Uttar Pradesh in 2014, when the party swept the State by amassing 73 out of 80 seats.

It’s been five years since Mr. Shah became the national president of the BJP. Under his leadership, the saffron party made in roads in the north east and the southern India.

Like in 2014, the BJP is set to win all 26 seats in Gujarat.

UTTAR PRADESH | 2.30 PM

Yogi regains his prestige in Gorakhpur

Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath has regained his prestige in Gorakhpur by ensuring the victory of BJP candidate and Bhojpuri star Ravi Kishan.

Out of 80 constituencies in Uttar Pradesh, BJP were leading in 60 seats with a total vote share of 49.2%. Bahujan Samaj Party is leading in 11 seats and Samajwadi Party is ahead in 6 seats, while Congress, Apna Dal and Apna Dal (Soneylal) are ahead in one seat each

Ravi Kishan was, on Thursday, leading with over 2,50,000 votes over his nearest rival Ram Bhual Nishad of Samajwadi Party.

The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) had lost the Gorakhpur seat to the Samajwadi Party in a by-election last year and Yogi Adityanath’s detractors used the defeat to hit out at the Chief Minister.

Adityanath had closely monitored Ravi Kishan’s campaign, addressing over 25 meetings himself.

May 23, 2019
14:28 (IST)

Election results 2019: Post Balakot, Opposition lost most of its steam

Who can say what would’ve happened if Balakot had not happened. But it is the truth that post-Balakot opposition lost most of its steam. There are many issues we can discuss on. If ‘Chowkidar chor hai’ was a right slogan, if it was right to focus on Rafale — Omar Abdullah, National Conference
May 23, 2019
14:24 (IST)
Congress Election Results 2019 LIVE: Highlights
May 23, 2019
14:20 (IST)
Congress leading in Goa in one seat, BJP also leading in one.
May 23, 2019
14:15 (IST)
Smriti Irani leading in Amethi as Rahul Gandhi trails.
May 23, 2019
14:11 (IST)
Election Results 2019: Congress office wears deserted look
The Congress headquarters in the capital wore a deserted look on Thursday with counting trends showing only a marginal improvement in the partys tally from the previous Lok Sabha elections.Senior party leaders were conspicuous by their absence as the trends showed the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead on 298 seats while the cCongress was leading in 52 seats, as per the Election Commission website. Congress spokespersons present at the party headquarters were also keen to know the trends to firm up before giving their opinion.

Some Congress workers who gathered outside the party office blamed the results trends on the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs). They also held a protest carrying placards demanding that EVMs should not be used in elections.

Earlier in the morning, some party workers performed a “havan” outside the party office, praying that the day will bring good results for the party.

However, the party leaders were taken aback by the trends as they were expecting a minimum of 100 seats.

Congress leader Gaurav Vallabh said the party fought the Lok Sabha elections on issues which affected the common man and focused on development matters.

“Let us wait for the final results,” he said.

May 23, 2019
13:54 (IST)

Lok Sabha Election Results Live 2019: Congress Heavyweights

May 23, 2019
13:51 (IST)
Congress Election Results 2019 LIVE: Congress Candidates Trailing, Leading

Lok Sabha election results latest updates

States where BJP’s vote share nears 50% or above

STATE VOTE SHARE (%)
Himachal Pradesh 68.80%
Gujarat 61.70%
Uttarakhand 60.10%
Uttar Pradesh 59%
Madhya Pradesh 58.50%
Rajasthan 58.40%
Haryana 58%
Delhi 56.70%
Karnataka 51.70%
Chhattisgarh 49.70%
Jharkhand 49.20%

 

12:45 (IST), MAY 23

Azamgarh, UP: SP’s Akhilesh Yadav leads by 52,009 over BJP’s Dinesh Lal Yadav ‘Nirahua’

12:27 (IST), MAY 23

Andhra CM Naidu’s son Lokesh and Telangana CM KCR’s daughter Kavitha both are trailing

12:26 (IST), MAY 23

Advantage Sumalatha in Mandya

The Independent candidate is now leading over Karnataka CM’s son by 5,215 votes

12:20 (IST), MAY 23

Rahul Gandhi has secured 64% of the total votes counted in Wayanad. The Congress chief, however, is still trailing Smriti Irani in UP’s Amethi.

12:19 (IST), MAY 23

Meanwhile, it looks like a Jagan wave in Andhra assembly elections

YSRCP is leading on 149 seats, TDP leading on 25 seats and Janasena Party leading on 1 seat

12:18 (IST), MAY 23

Maneka edges past BSP rival

The BJP leader is now leading with a slender margin of 376 votes over BSP’s Chandra Bhadra Singh

12:17 (IST), MAY 23

Congress leader Jyotiraditya Scindia trailing from Guna in Madhya Pradesh

12:15 (IST), MAY 23

Close fight in Bihar’s Patliputra

RJD leader Misa Bharti ahead by just 4,000 votes over BJP’s Ramkripal Yadav

12:13 (IST), MAY 23

RLD’s Jayant Chaudhary trails by a margin of 8,000 votes in Baghpat

12:12 (IST), MAY 23

AIMIM leader Asaduddin Owaisi leading with over 85,000 votes from Hyderabad

12:08 (IST), MAY 23

Maneka Gandhi trails by a slender margin of only 45 votes against Chandra Bhadra Singh of BSP

12:06 (IST), MAY 23

Smriti Irani holds lead in Amethi

The Union minister is maintaining a margin of around 4,000 votes over Congress chief Rahul Gandhi in his bastion

MAHARASHTRA | 10.45 AM

Gadkari, Bhamre leading; Chavan, Shinde trailing

Union minister Nitin Gadkari was leading by 3066 votes in Nagpur, while Union minister Subhash Bhamre was leading in Dhule by 13128 votes, as per the trends available so far for the Lok Sabha seats in Maharashtra.

Maharashtra Congress president Ashok Chavan, however, was trailing by 2876 votes in Nanded and former Union minister Sushilkumar Shinde was trailing in Solapur by 4627 votes.

Out of the 48 seats in Maharashtra, BJP leads in 23 seats and Shivsena is ahead in 19 seats. Nationalist Congress Party is ahead in five seats and the All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen is currently leading in one seat.

 

ALL INDIA | 10.35 AM

Trends available 537: BJP 291, Congress 50

The ECI website is showing status for 537 constituencies.  

BJP 291

Congress 50

Trinamool 25

BSP 11

SP 8

DMK 22

AIADMK 1

Shiv Sena 19

JD(U) 16

TRS 9

YSR Congress 24

BJD 11

TDP 1

CPI 2

CPI(M) 3

AAP 1

IUML 3

National Conference 1

LJP 6

NCP 5

SAD 2

RJD 1

JD(S) 1

Updated at 10:35:01 am

 

 

UTTAR PRADESH| 10.30 AM

Rahul Gandhi trails in Amethi

Congress president Rahul Gandhi is trailing Smriti Irani in Amethi by over 2,000 votes as per trends at the ECI site  at 10:30:01 am.

Election results 2019 live update | BJP crosses 290, Rahul trails in Amethi

 

KERALA | 10:30 A
Upper hand for UDF in Kerala

Initial hints of counting of votes render a major blow to the ruling Left Democratic Front.

The LDF could not gain an upper hand in any of the 20 seats, mainly its strongholds like Attingal, Alappuzha, Palakkad, Kasargod, Kannur, Vadakara and Alathur.

Congrerss president Rahul Gandhi was leading in Wayand with over 39,000 votes.

UDF candidate Shashi Tharoor is sustaining his lead in the prestigious fight for the capital segment. LDF candidate C. Divakaran has been pushed to the third position, with BJP’s Kummanam Rajasekharan coming second.

Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) candidates P.K. Kunhalikutty and E.T. Mohammed Basheer maintained noticeable lead in Malappuram and Ponnani when the counting progressed into the second hour.

Except in Thiruvananthapuram, the Left Democratic Front is maintaining its second position in all other 19 segments when almost15% votes have been counted by 10 am.

ALL INDIA | 10.20 AM

Trends available 529: BJP 283, Congress 51

The ECI website is showing status for 527 constituencies.  

BJP 283

Congress 51

Trinamool 23

BSP 11

SP 8

DMK 22

AIADMK 1

Shiv Sena 19

JD(U) 15

TRS 11

YSR Congress 24

BJD 11

TDP 1

CPI 2

CPI(M) 3

AAP 1

IUML 3

National Conference 1

LJP 5

NCP 4

SAD 2

RJD 2

JD(S) 1

Updated at 10:25:02 am

 

 

10.20 AM

 

Haryana: Congress leader Kumari Selja is trailing from Ambala seat by 25,923 votes while Deepender Hooda is trailing by 2,557 votes from Rohtak seat.

Himachal Pradesh: BJP is leading in all 4 Lok Sabha constituencies. Anurag Thakur is leading in Hamirpur by 1,21,975 votes.

Gujarat: BJP is leading in all 26 seats.

Assam: BJP leading in 6 seats, allies AGP in 2 and BPF in 1; Congress in 2 and AIUDF in 2.

ALL INDIA| 10.10 AM

Trends available 511: BJP 277, Congress 52

The ECI website is showing status for 511 constituencies.  

BJP 277

Congress 52

BSP 12

SP 8

DMK 21

AIADMK 2

Shiv Sena 18

JD(U) 5

TRS 11

YSR Congress 21

BJD 9

TDP 2

CPI 1

CPI(M) 3

AAP 1

IUML 2

National Conference 1

LJP 5

NCP 4

SAD 2

RJD 2

JD(S) 1

Updated at 10:10:01 am

 

WEST BENGAL  | 10.10 AM

Initial trends indicate collapse of CPI(M), rise of BJP in Bengal

After initial rounds of counting CPI(M)’s votes is down to 6.9% from 19.75 in 2014, while BJP’s is up from 17.02 [2014] to above 39%, a jump of about 22%.

The Trinamool Congress, however, is at around 44.9%, maintaining its 2016 [Assembly] percentage of 45%.

Trends of 23 out of 42 seats, indicate that TMC is leading in 14 seats, BJP leading in 9 seats.

In both seats of city, Kolkata north and Kolkata south Trinamool Congress’ candidates  Sudip Bandyopadhya and Mala Roy are leading from their respective seats.

BJP candidate and Union Minister Babul Supriyo is leading from Asansol with 31670 votes

Trinamool candidate from Kolkata South Mala Roy leads with 25556 votes. Trinamool candidate from Kolkata North Sudip Bandyopadhyay leads with 9261 votes.

Lok Sabha Elections Results 2019: MP, Party Wise Result Winners State Wise

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is on a two-day visit to Uttarakhand’s pilgrimage sites of Kedarnath and Badrinath. Modi arrived at the hill shrine of Kedarnath in a chopper and walked from the helipad to the Himalayan shrine, dedicated to Lord Shiva. Which Party would get majority seats in 2019 Lok Sabha elections?

On the way, he also greeted people who were standing at a distance to get a glimpse of the prime minister. In the temple, Modi sat on the floor in front of the deity and performed rituals.

Lok Sabha General Election 2019 Constituency Wise Results

Results will be declared on 23rd May 2019

Constituency Name Category Winning Candidate Winning Party
NA NA NA NA

He also took rounds of the sanctum-sanctorum as per Hindu practice of worship. He also stepped out of the temple premises and greeted the crowd. People gathered around the temple also greeted the Prime Minister with loud chants of “Har Har Mahadev”. This is Modi’s fourth visit in three years. Congress Manifesto 2019

State Wise Election Results – Lok Sabha Elections 2019

State State State
Andaman and Nicobar Islands Election Results 2019 Haryana Election Result 2019 Nagaland Election Result 2019
Andhra Pradesh Election Result 2019 Himachal Pradesh Election Result 2019 Odisha Election Result 2019
Arunachal Pradesh Election Result 2019 Jammu and Kashmir Election Result 2019 Puducherry Election Result 2019
Assam Election Result 2019 Jharkhand Election Result 2019 Punjab Election Result 2019
Bihar Election Result 2019 Karnataka Election Result 2019 Rajasthan Election Result 2019
Chandigarh Election Result 2019 Kerala Election Result 2019 Sikkim Election Result 2019
Chhattisgarh Election Result 2019 Lakshadweep Election Result 2019 Tamil Nadu Election Result 2019
Dadra and Nagar Haveli Election Result 2019 Madhya Pradesh Election Result 2019 Telangana Election Result 2019
Daman and Diu Election Result 2019 Maharashtra Election Result 2019 Tripura Election Result 2019
Delhi Election Result 2019 Manipur Election Result 2019 Uttar Pradesh Election Result 2019
Goa Election Result 2019 Meghalaya Election Result 2019 Uttarakhand Election Result 2019
Gujarat Election Result 2019 Mizoram Election Result 2019 West Bengal Election Result 2019

Modi flew 1.5 lakh kilometres and addressed 142 public rallies during the most extensive campaign for a Lok Sabha election since Independence, BJP president Amit Shah said Friday. BJP Manifesto 2019

Prime Minister Narendra Modi, in his fourth Kedarnath visit in three years, held a meeting with Chief Secretary of Uttarakhand, Utpal Kumar over re-development projects in the hilly areas that had been affected by the floods. He also reviewed redevelopment projects in the region.

Election Results 2019: Date, Timings and Counting of Votes

Election Result Date May 23
Election Result Time 8 AM
Counting Time From EVM 9 AM
Total Seats 543
Halfway Mark 270 seats

While Prime Minister Narendra Modi offered prayers at Kedarnath Temple, his trusted lieutenant and BJP chief Amit Shah marked the first day after campaigns ended for the Lok Sabha election with a visit to Gujarat’s Somnath Temple.

D(S) chief and former Prime Minister HD Deve Gowda said on the occasion of his 86th birthday that the party was firmly “with Congress”, its coalition partner in Karnataka. “I don’t want to say anything more. On the 23rd, the results will come and a clear picture will be known to the entire country. We will see then, what further development takes place,” he told ANIAam Aadmi Party Manifesto 2019

Lok Sabha Elections Exit Poll Results 2019

Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora Saturday described as “unsavory” and “avoidable” reports that fellow commissioner Ashok Lavasa has decided to recuse himself from meetings related to model code violations till he is not allowed to record his dissent.

Pollsters NDA BJP UPA INC Others
TIMES NOW – VMR 306 132 104
ABP – ACNielsen 267 127 148
India TV – CNX
Today’s Chanakya 340 (+/-14) 291 (+/-14) 70(+/-9) 57(+/-9) 133(+/-11)
RepublicTV – C Voter 287 128 127
Republic Bharat – Jan Ki Baat 305 124 113
News Nation 282-290 118-126 130-138
India Today-Axis
Chintamani – 5 Dots 347 285 89 53 107

He also said in the last meeting of the commission on 14 May, it was “unanimously” decided to form groups to deliberate issues which arose in the course of conduct of Lok Sabha elections.

Chintamani5Dots Opinion Poll for Lok Sabha Elections 2019

Popular psephologist and political analyzer Mr. Chintamani along with 5Dots carried out an intensive opinion poll for our portal. The poll suggests that the Bhartiya Janta Party is set to lose nothing whereas the Congress would gain marginally. In 2014, the BJP became the first party to get a clear majority on its own after a period of 30 years. The BJP got 282 seats in the previous elections. According to the survey, the BJP is set to gain 271 seats just one short of the clear majority. The NDA is expected to get 335 seats whereas UPA will not be able to cross the 100-mark again. Lok Sabha Elections 2019: How to Remove Vote Indelible Ink?

S. No. State Seats BJP Seats BJP VS Cong Seats Cong VS Others Seats Others VS Other Parties
1 Andhra Pradesh 25 0 6% 0 4% 25 81% YSRCP 19, TDP 6
2 Assam 14 8 32% 1 21% 4 AUDF 2, AGP 1, BPF 1
3 Bihar 40 15 26% 2 13% 23 JDU 13, LJP 6, RJD 4
4 Chattisgarh 11 3 40% 8 43% 0
5 Goa 2 2 46% 0 31% 0
6 Gujarat 26 26 56% 0 32% 0
7 Haryana 10 8 48% 1 31% 0 JJP 1
8 Himachal Pradesh 4 4 54% 0 34% 0
9 J&K 6 2 26% 1 22% 0 NC 3
10 Jharkhand 14 8 45% 2 31% 4 AJSU 1, JMM 2, JVM 1
11 Karnataka 28 19 45% 7 31% 2 JDS 1, Ind (BJP support) 1
12 Kerala 20 1 22% 11 32% 8 UDF 4, LDF 4 (CPM 4)
13 Madhya Pradesh 29 23 49% 6 39% 0
14 Maharashtra 48 23 29% 4 21% 21 SS 17, NCP 4
15 Orissa 21 13 41% 0 9% 8 BJD 8
16 Punjab 13 0 17% 10 47% 3 SAD 3
17 Rajasthan 25 21 48% 4 34% 0
18 Tamilnadu 39 3 7% 5 11% 31 DMK 15, AIADMK 10, PMK 3, AMMK 3
19 Telangana 17 1 13% 0 21% 16 TRS 15, AIMIM 1
20 Uttar Pradesh 80 55 45% 1 11% 24 SP 15, BSP 8, Apna Dal 1
21 Uttrakhand 5 5 55% 0 34% 0
22 West Bengal 42 15 37% 2 22% 25 TMC 25
23 Other NE 11 5 0 6 NDA 6
24 Delhi 7 7 47% 0 25% 0
25 Other UT 6 4 1 1 NRC 1
Total 543 271 33.5% 66 19.5% Others – 206

“Out of the 13 issues/areas which were identified, Model Code of Conduct is one of them,” Arora said in a statement. He said the report on Lavasa’s decision not to take part in model code related issues comes at a time when the poll watchdog is gearing up for the last phase of Lok Sabha polls and counting of votes.

In a strongly-worded letter to Arora on 4 May, Lavasa is learnt to have said he is being forced to stay away from the meetings of the full commission since minority decisions are not being recorded. Lok Sabha election 2019 Quotes, Funny Trolls, Memes

Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 State, Region & UT Wise Poll Result

State Parties No.of Seats Winning
Andhra Pradesh Maybe Update on Counting Day
Arunachal Pradesh
Assam
Bihar
Chhattisgarh
Goa
Gujarat
Haryana
Himachal Pradesh
Jammu and Kashmir
Jharkhand
Karnataka
Kerala
Madhya Pradesh
Maharashtra
Manipur
Meghalaya
Mizoram
Nagaland
Odisha
Punjab
Rajasthan
Sikkim
Tamil Nadu
Telangana
Tripura
Uttar Pradesh
Uttarakhand
West Bengal

He is also learnt to have said his participation in the meeting is “meaningless” as his dissent remained unrecorded. Lavasa said his notes on the need for transparency have not been responded to so he has decided to stay away from model code-related complaints.

The EC’s legal division had opined that dissent cannot be recorded on decisions as model code violations are not part of a quasi-judicial hearing where all the three, the Chief Election Commissioner and two fellow commissioners sign. The majority view is conveyed to the parties concerned. The dissent remains recorded in the file only and not made public.

General Elections 2019 Predictions

An opinion poll survey has been conducted by ABP News-CSDS which estimates a major win for the BJP-led NDA. The party is expected to win the elections with a whopping count of 293-309 seats in 2019 elections India. Congress-led UPA is expected to win around 102 seats with 83 seats grabbed by the other parties.

Responding on media reports of Election Commissioner Ashok Lavasa recusing himself from the panel’s meetings to discuss poll code violations, Congress leader Randeep Singh Surjewala on Saturday said the “erosion of institutional integrity” was “the hallmark” of the Prime Minister Narendra Modi-led government.

Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Party Wise Results

Political Party Number of Seats
Aam Aadmi Party+ On Counting Day
NDA (Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) + SAD etc) On Counting Day
UPA (Indian National Congress (INC)+) Not Available
Other Parties (SP, BSP, BJP, AIADMK, TRS etc.) On Counting Day
Independent Candidates Not Available

Speaking to ANI, the Congress spokesperson said, “The Election Commission is working on Modi ji’s behest. Ashok Lavasa’s letter makes it clear that CEC was not even ready to record the difference of opinion of Lavasa ji regarding Modi and Amit Shah.”

As per media reports, Lavasa wrote to Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora conveying him that he would not attend meetings of the commission unless and until his dissenting views were not recorded in the order of the commission.

Lok Sabha Election Results 2014 Party Wise Results

Political Party Number of Seats
Aam Aadmi Party 04
NDA (Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) + TDP etc) 336
UPDA (Indian National Congress (INC)+) 59
Third Front 87
All Others 57

Commenting on Arvind Kejriwal’s analysis of Aam Aadmi Party’s performance in the national capital, Congress leader Sheila Dikshit said votes shifted towards Congress because of Delhi chief minister’s bad record. This comes after Kejriwal in an interview to a news daily, while commenting on the outcome of the Lok Sabha polls, said, “Thirteen percent of the Muslim votes got shifted to Congress in the state at the last moment.”
Dikshit told ANI, “Nobody asked people to vote for me. They vote for us because our record is such. So, if people are supporting Congress, then it is a reflection of Kejriwal’s record.”

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Party Wise Results

PARTY NAME WON
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) N/A
AIADMK (Tamil Nadu) N/A
Biju Janata Dal (BJD) N/A
Telugu Desam (TDP) N/A
Nationalist Congress Party N/A
Samajwadi Party N/A
Rashtriya Janata Dal N/A
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party N/A
Indian National Congress (INC) N/A
All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) N/A
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) N/A
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) N/A
Aam Aadmi Party N/A
Independents N/A
Janata Dal (United) N/A
Other Parties Remaining Seats

BJP worker Anoop Singh Chandan has registered a complaint with police against Suheldev Bhartiya Samaj party chief OP Rajbhar for allegedly abusing BJP workers at a public meeting held on Friday, in Ghazipur.

In the aftermath of comments by Janata Dal (Secular) leaders H Vishwanath and Basvaraj Horatti, signalling discord in the JD(S)-Congress alliance once again, Karnataka chief minister HD Kumaraswamy, said on Saturday that it is time for leaders of his party to fall in line and stop contradicting each other. “We are on the verge of formation of a new government at the Centre. At this juncture where all efforts are being made to form non-BJP government at the Centre, the contradictory statements by leaders of coalition partners Congress-JDS may mar such efforts,” he said.

Lok Sabha Election 2014 Party Wise Results

PARTY NAME WON
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 282
AIADMK (Tamil Nadu) 37
Biju Janata Dal (BJD) 20
Telugu Desam (TDP) 16
Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI(M) 9
Nationalist Congress Party 6
Samajwadi Party 5
Rashtriya Janata Dal 4
All India United Democratic Front 3
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party 3
Indian National Congress (INC) 44
All India Trinamool Congress (TMC) 34
SS Maharashtra 18
Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS) 11
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party (YSRCP) 9
Aam Aadmi Party 4
SAD Punjab 4
Independents 3
Janata Dal (United) 2
Other Parties Remaining Seats

The Election Commission has issued a notice to BJP candidate from Gurdaspur Sunny Deol for allegedly violating the Model Code of Conduct. Poll officials took serious note of a public meeting held by Deol in Pathankot on Friday night after the silent period came in force. They also found that a loudspeaker was used in the public meeting in which around 200 people were present.

TMC chief Mamata Banerjee, who has made no attempts at veiling her contempt for BJP over the alleged vandalism of Ishwarchandra Vidyasagar’s bust at Amit Shah’s roadshow in Kolkata, has penned a poem on the occasion. The poem was shared on the TMC’s official page on Twitter and is titled ‘Ashamed’. It accuses BJP of “breaking, but never rebuilding” and ends with a request to not play games with Bengal’s history.

In what is rumoured to be some heavy duty post-campaign strategising, Telugu Desam Party chief Chandrababu Naidu met Congress chief Rahul Gandhi on Saturday morning. He is also scheduled to meet Nationalist Congress Party leader Sharad Pawar and Uttar Pradesh alliance partners Mayawati and Akhilesh Yadav on Saturday. Yesterday, Naidu had met Aam Aadmi Party convener Arvind Kejriwal in Delhi.

Lok Sabha Indian General Elections 2019 Exit Polls | Opinion Polls & Survey Results

Political Party OPINION POLLS EXIT POLL
Aam Aadmi Party+ Counted in ‘Others’ After Polling
NDA (Bhartiya Janta Party (BJP) + SAD etc) 237 After Polling
UPA (Indian National Congress (INC)+) 166 After Polling
Other Parties (SP, BSP, AIADMK, TRS etc.) 140 After Polling
Independent Candidates Counted in ‘140’ After Polling

Opposition parties have lost no time in taking swipes at Narendra Modi’s maiden press conference on Friday, where he did not entertain even a single impromptu question. Samajwadi Party chief Akhilesh Yadav said the presser seemed “like the last episode of Mann ki Baat aired on TV instead of a radio”.

Loktantrik Janata Dal party chief Sharad Yadav, National Conference leader Omar Abdullah, Congress leaders Ahmed Patel, Ashok Gehlot and party chief Rahul Gandhi too made fun of the fact that Modi was not asked any questions in the meet.

Nobel laureate Kailash Satyarthi on Saturday criticised BJP Bhopal candidate Pragya Singh Thakur for her remarks calling Mahatma Gandhi’s assassin Nathuram Godse a patriot. “Mahatma Gandhi is above power and politics and people like Pragya Singh Thakur are killing the soul of India and the BJP should expel her from the party,” he said.

Repolling will be held in two booths in Arunachal Pradesh on 21 May, following complaints of electoral malpractices, officials said Saturday. Repolling will be held in one booth in Koloriang​ constituency of Kurung Kumey district and one booth in Tali seat of Kra Daadi district, deputy chief electoral officer Liken Koyu said in a notification.

The decision of repolling was taken following recommendation of a team of the poll panel who met representatives of different political parties on 14 May.

The polling stations are 28-Nampe in Koloriang​ constituency and 6-Gimba in Tali constituency. Polling will be held from 6 am to 2 pm, the notification said.

YSR Congress has written to the Election Commission, requesting the deployment of additional Central forces on the day of the counting of votes, 23 May, in Andhra Pradesh. The party has also demanded action against the Chittoor district collector and Rapthadu returning officer for allegedly supporting its arch-rival Telugu Desam Party during the poll process, reported ANI.

Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress has moved the Election Commission against Mukul Roy, who joined the BJP ranks from TMC months ago, accusing him of being a “non-voter from West Bengal”. The party has asked the poll panel to restrict Roy’s movement in the nine constituencies voting on 19 May on grounds that his staying back in the state itself in is a violation of the poll code, reported News18. TMC has repeatedly accused Roy of leading a cash-for-votes campaign across Bengal.

Shyam Saran Negi from Kalpa in Himachal Pradesh had cast the first vote in the 1951 general elections. The 102-year-old is all set to vote again in Phase 7 of the election on Sunday. The Kinnaur district collector has said that he will be assisted to the booth “with full respect”.