Lok Sabha Election India 2019: Live Updates, News, Statistics And Results

Lok Sabha Election India 2019: Live Updates, News, Statistics And Results

                   Lok Sabha Election 2019 Live Updates, News, Statistics And Results: As we all know Lok Sabha Elections just finished its voting yesterday, May 19 and the elections to the 16th Lok Sabha was held in seven phases all over India, which was started from 11 April. The 17th Lok Sabha will be chosen from this general election. The Prime Minister will then be chosen by members of the largest party or alliance.

The elections were held for the total number of 543 seats at almost 10 lakh polling booths all over the nation, while on the other hand the counting of votes, as well as result declaration, will take place on 23 May. This year in 2019, approximately 90 crore people were registered as voters, out of which 1.5 crores were between the ages of 18 and 19. The current Lok Sabha’s tenure will end on 3 June.

This year’s election approximately 2,000 parties and more than 8,000 candidates contested in 2019 Lok Sabha Elections for a total number of 543 seats.

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Quick Facts, Statistics & Details

Name of the Polls: Indian General Parliamentary Polls

Total Number of Seats: 545

Parties Contested Earlier Polls: BJP, AAP, Congress, & many other

Voting Dates: Phase 1- 11 April 2019, Phase 2 – 18 April 2019, Phase 3 – 23 April 2019, Phase 4 – 29 April 2019, Phase 5 – 6 May 2019, Phase 6 – 12 May 2019, Phase 7 – 19 May 2019.

Results declaration Date: 23 May 2019

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Voters for 2019 General Election

No.GroupVoter population
1Male468 million
2Female432 million
3Third gender38,325
Total voters900 million

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Result: Constituency Wise Voting Schedule

Phase 1

11 April 2019

  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: 10 seats
  17. Uttarakhand: 5 seats
  18. West Bengal: 2 seats
  19. Andaman and Nicobar Islands: 1 seat
  20. Lakshadweep: 1 seat

Phase 2

18 April 2019

  1. Assam: 5 seats
  2. Bihar: 5 seats
  3. Chhattisgarh: 3 seats
  4. Jammu and Kashmir: 2 seats
  5. Karnataka: 14 seats
  6. Maharashtra: 10 seats
  7. Manipur: 1 seat
  8. Odisha: 5 seats
  9. Tamil Nadu: 39 seats
  10. Tripura: 1 seat
  11. Uttar Pradesh: 8 seats
  12. West Bengal: 3 seats
  13. Puducherry: 1 seat

Phase 3

23 April 2019

  1. Assam: 4 seats
  2. Bihar: 5 seats
  3. Chhattisgarh: 7 seats
  4. Gujarat: 26 seats
  5. Goa: 2
  6. Jammu and Kashmir: 1 seat
  7. Karnataka: 14 seats
  8. Kerala: 20 seats
  9. Maharashtra: 14 seats
  10. Odisha: 6 seats
  11. Uttar Pradesh: 10 seats
  12. West Bengal: 5 seats
  13. Dadra and Nagar Haveli: 1 seat
  14. Daman and Diu: 1 seat

Phase 4

29 April 2019

  1. Bihar: 5 seats
  2. Jammu and Kashmir: 1 seat
  3. Jharkhand: 3 seats
  4. Madhya Pradesh: 6 seats
  5. Maharashtra: 17 seats
  6. Odisha: 6 seats
  7. Rajasthan: 13 seats
  8. Uttar Pradesh: 13 seats
  9. West Bengal: 8 seats

Phase 5

6 May 2019

  1. Bihar: 5 seats
  2. Jammu and Kashmir: 2 seats
  3. Jharkhand: 4 seats
  4. Madhya Pradesh: 7 seats
  5. Rajasthan: 12 seats
  6. Uttar Pradesh: 14 seats
  7. West Bengal: 7 seats

Phase 6

12 May 2019

  1. Bihar: 8 seats
  2. Haryana: 10 seats
  3. Jharkhand: 4 seats
  4. Madhya Pradesh: 8 seats
  5. Uttar Pradesh: 14 seats
  6. West Bengal: 8 seats
  7. Delhi: 7 seats

Phase 7

19 May 2019

  1. Bihar: 8 seats
  2. Jharkhand: 3 seats
  3. Madhya Pradesh: 8 seats
  4. Punjab: 13 seats
  5. West Bengal: 9 seats
  6. Chandigarh: 1 seat
  7. Uttar Pradesh: 13 seats
  8. Himachal Pradesh: 4 seats
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Lok Sabha Election 2019 Result: State/Union Territory Lok Sabha Seats

State/Union TerritoryLok Sabha seatsReserved for the

Scheduled Castes

Reserved for the

Scheduled Tribes

 

Andhra Pradesh2541
Arunachal Pradesh2
Assam1412
Bihar406
Chhattisgarh1114
Goa2
Gujarat2624
Haryana102
Himachal Pradesh41
Jammu and Kashmir6
Jharkhand1415
Karnataka2852
Kerala202
Madhya Pradesh2946
Maharashtra4854
Manipur21
Meghalaya22
Mizoram11
Nagaland1
Odisha2135
Punjab134
Rajasthan2543
Sikkim1
Tamil Nadu397
Telangana1732
Tripura21
Uttar Pradesh8017
Uttarakhand51
West Bengal42102
Andaman and Nicobar Islands1
Chandigarh1
Dadra and Nagar Haveli11
Daman and Diu1
Lakshadweep11
NCT of Delhi71
Puducherry1
Total5438447

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Result: State/Union Territory Lok Sabha Turnout

State/UTLok Sabha seatsTurnout (%)
Andhra Pradesh2579.88
Arunachal Pradesh277.38
Assam1481.52
Bihar40TBA
Chhattisgarh1171.48
Goa274.98
Gujarat2664.11
Haryana1068.34
Himachal Pradesh4TBA
Jammu and Kashmir [b]6TBA
Jharkhand14TBA
Karnataka2868.63
Kerala2077.67
Madhya Pradesh29TBA
Maharashtra4860.79
Manipur282.75
Meghalaya271.32
Mizoram163.06
Nagaland183.09
Odisha2173.06
Punjab13TBA
Rajasthan25TBA
Sikkim178.81
Tamil Nadu [c]3972.01
Telangana1762.53
Tripura283.20
Uttar Pradesh80TBA
Uttarakhand561.48
West Bengal42TBA
Andaman and Nicobar Islands165.18
Chandigarh1TBA
Dadra and Nagar Haveli179.59
Daman and Diu171.83
Delhi159.73
Lakshadweep784.96
Puducherry181.21
Total543TBA

Lok Sabha Election 2019 Result

Well, all the voting of all 543 states in Lok Sabha Election 2019 was held from April 11 to May 19 and the counting as well as the result for the same is going to be declared on 23 May 2019, till then we will give you all the updates regarding Lok Sabha Election Results 2019.

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