Lok Sabha Elections 2019 – Date, Notifications, Parties & Results: As India is a democratic country, all citizens have the right to vote and by casting their votes they can choose their leader. Casting the vote for your MLA (Member of Legislative Assembly) chooses Chief Minister whereas casting your vote for MP (Member of Parliament or ‘Sansad ke sadasya’) chooses Prime Minister. The chief minister is elected by Vidhan Sabha (vidhayak chunav) elections (chunav or chunaw) and prime ministers through the Lok Sabha elections. The Vidhan Sabha elections, Lok Sabha elections, and even the Municipal Corporation (maha nagar palika or nagar nigam) elections are held once a 5 year.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019:
Parliamentary Elections 2019: As the Lok Sabha elections (Parliamentary Elections/ Indian General Elections) held once a 5 year, the Prime Minister is elected by a party or support of majority MP’s, as India have 545 Member of Parliaments, the party (or party with Alliance) which manages to win 273 will have the power in center or will form the government at central level. The prime minister is selected by the party officials, either Prime Minister candidate are declared pre-elections by the party or selected after the election results are announced.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Results Details & Party Wise:
|BJP+ (NDA)||INC+ (UPA)||AAP||Others|
Status Known For 542 out of 542 Constituencies
|Aam Aadmi Party||1||0||1|
|All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam||1||0||1|
|All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen||2||0||2|
|All India Trinamool Congress||22||0||22|
|All India United Democratic Front||1||0||1|
|Bahujan Samaj Party||10||0||10|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||303||0||303|
|Biju Janata Dal||12||0||12|
|Communist Party of India||2||0||2|
|Communist Party of India (Marxist)||3||0||3|
|Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam||23||0||23|
|Indian National Congress||52||0||52|
|Indian Union Muslim League||3||0||3|
|Jammu & Kashmir National Conference||3||0||3|
|Janata Dal (Secular)||1||0||1|
|Janata Dal (United)||16||0||16|
|Jharkhand Mukti Morcha||1||0||1|
|Kerala Congress (M)||1||0||1|
|Lok Jan Shakti Party||6||0||6|
|Mizo National Front||1||0||1|
|Naga Peoples Front||1||0||1|
|National People’s Party||1||0||1|
|Nationalist Congress Party||5||0||5|
|Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party||1||0||1|
|Revolutionary Socialist Party||1||0||1|
|Shiromani Akali Dal||2||0||2|
|Sikkim Krantikari Morcha||1||0||1|
|Telangana Rashtra Samithi||9||0||9|
|Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party||22||0||22|
Odisha Vidhan Sabha Elections 2019 Results (Lead+Win):
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Schedule (Date, Notification, Parties):
|Sl No||Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Schedule||Date|
|1||Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Notification||xx-xx-2019|
|2||Start date for submission of nominations||xx-xx-2019|
|3||Last date for filing Nominations||xx-xx-2019|
|4||Scrutiny of Nominations||xx-xx-2019|
|5||Withdrawal of Nominations||xx-xx-2019|
|6||Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Date of Polling||1st Phase on 11th April 2019|
|7||Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Hours of Polling||xx to xx|
|8||Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Counting of Votes||23-05-2019|
|9||Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Results 2016||23rd-May-2019|
The Election will be held in 7 Phases, 1st phase on 11th April, 2nd Phase on April 18, Phase 3 on April 23, Phase 4 on April 29, Phase 5 on May 6, 6th Phase on 12 May, Final Phase on 19th May.
- Phase1: Here are the states & UT’s going in Phase 1 polling as follows: Andhra (25), Arunachal (2), Assam (5), Bihar (4), Chhattisgarh (1), J&K (2), Maharashtra (7), Manipur (1), Meghalaya (2), Mizoram (1), Nagaland (1), Odisha (4), Sikkim (1), Telangana (17), Tripura (1), UP (8), Uttarakhand (5), West Bengal (2), Andaman (1), Lakshadweep (1); Total (91). (the numbers in brackets represent the number of Lok Sabha constituencies in each state/UT)
- Phase 2: Assam (5), Bihar (5), Chhattisgarh (3), J&K (2), Karnataka (14), Maharashtra (10), Manipur (1), Odisha (5), Tamil Nadu (39), Tripura (1), UP (8), West Bengal (3), Puducherry (1); Total: 97
- Phase 3: Assam (4), Bihar (5), Chhattisgarh (7), Gujarat (7), Goa (2), J&K (1), Karnataka (14), Kerala (20), Maharashtra (14), Odisha (6), UP (10), West Bengal (5), Dadra and Nagar Haveli (1), Daman and Diu (1); Total: 115
- Phase 4: Bihar (5), J&K (1), Jharkhand (3), MP (6), Maharashtra (17), Odisha (6), Rajasthan (14), UP (13), West Bengal (8); Total: 71
- Phase 5: Bihar (5), J&K (2), Jharkhand (4), MP (7), Rajasthan (12), UP (14), West Bengal (7); Total: 51
- Phase 6: Bihar (8), Haryana (10), Jharkhand (4), MP (8), UP (14), West Bengal (8), Delhi-NCR (7); Total: 59
- Phase 7: Bihar (8), Jharkhand (3), MP (8), Punjab (13), West Bengal (9), Chandigarh (1), UP (13), Himachal (4); Total: 59
The dates, notifications, nomination schedule will be updated here as soon as it is released. The Lok Sabha Elections 2019 dates has been declared and Result will be available on 23rd May 2019.
Who Will Win Lok Sabha Elections 2019?
You can vote in the poll which to be conducted by us later that who might win Lok Sabha Elections in 2019. If Others please mention name in Comments. It is not clear that AAP will contest the upcoming Lok Sabha elections or not but this poll is just based on previous parties which have contested. The major political parties which have recently contested the Lok Sabha elections are INC (Indian National Congress), BJP (Bhartiya Janta Party), AAP (Aam Aadmi Party), BSP (Bahujan Samaj Party), TDP (Telugu Desam Party), let us see which political parties will contest Lok Sabha Elections 2019 and who will be the Prime Minister in 2019.
Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Exit Poll Results (Neta-News X):
|242||164||(Counted in Others)||136|
Exit polls are totally based on the samples of people who voted and collected on the day of elections. Usually, exit polls are announced by the news channels or some agencies on the day of elections after the completion of polls usually from 6 pm onwards. The elections results are announced after the conduction of elections, the major parties which have conducted the recent 2014 elections were INC (Indian National Congress), BJP )Bhartiya Janta Party), AIADMK, AITMC, BJD, SS, TDP (Telugu Desam Party), TRS (Telangana Rashtra Samithi) and others. Let us see which parties contest in the upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2019.
Lok Sabha Elections 2014 Results:
National Democratic Alliance (BJP+) won by 336 seats, whereas UPA – United Progressive Alliance (INC +) won only 58 seats, Other political parties like Aam Aadmi Party, Telangana Rashtra Samithi (TRS), AIMIM etc including independent candidates won 149 seats. As the BJP won clear majority in 16th Lok Sabha elections in India, Mr. Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India in May 2014.
Lok Sabha Elections 2009 Results:
UPA – United Progressive Alliance (INC +) won by 153,482,356 votes with 262 seats just short of 10 seats for a majority – all the external support came from parties who gave unconditional support to Manmohan Singh and the UPA, and NDA – National Democratic Alliance (BJP+) won by 102,689,312 with 159 seats whereas Third Front won 79 seats, Fourth front 27 seats and Other parties including independent candidates won 16 seats. Finally, INC+ formed the government in Center with Mr. Manmohan Singh as the Prime Minister of India.
Lok Sabha Elections 2004 Results:
UPA – United Progressive Alliance (INC +) won by 138,312,337 votes with 218 seats short of 55 seats for a majority, where NDA – National Democratic Alliance (BJP+) won by 128,931,001 with 181 seats, Left Front won 59 seats whereas remaining seats won by other political parties and independent candidates. Finally, INC+ with external support like Left Front, Samajwadi Party, BSP etc formed the government in Center with Mr. Manmohan Singh as the prime minister of India.
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