European Parliament Elections 2019 Dates, Schedule, Results

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Polling Dates: 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th May 2019

European Parliament:

The 9th European Parliamentary Election is scheduled to be held on 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th May 2019 in the respective member states. The European Union was formed by the 28 Member States in Europe. The eligible electorate of these 28 Member States elect the Members of European Parliament, such elected Members of European Parliament represent the people of their home State. The European Parliament constitutes 751 Member of European Parliament (MEP’s) Positions. Out of these 751 MEP’s 376 MEP seats are required for the majority.

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Major Political Parties/ Political Groups in European Parliament:

  • European people’s Party – EPP
  • Party of European Socialists – S&D
  • European Conservatives & Reformists – ECR
  • European Green Party
  • European Free Alliance – EFA
  • Alliance of Liberals & Democrats – ALDE
  • Party of the European Left
  • European Democratic Party – EDP
  • ENF
  • EFDD
  • GUE-NGL
  • EFD
  • NI          
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European Parliament Election Dates 2019 Member State Wise:

Member States MEP’s Election Date/ Election Day
Germany 96 26th May 2019 – Sunday
France 74 26th May 2019 – Sunday
United Kingdom 73 23rd May 2019 – Thursday
Italy 73 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Spain 54 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Poland 51 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Romania 32 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Netherlands 26 23rd May 2019 – Thursday
Belgium 21 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Czech Republic 21 24th & 25th May 2019 – Friday and Saturday
Greece 21 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Hungary 21 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Portugal 21 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Sweden 20 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Austria 18 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Bulgaria 17 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Denmark 13 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Finland 13 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Slovakia 13 25th May 2019 – Saturday
Ireland 11 24th May 2019 – Friday
Croatia 11 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Lithuania 11 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Latvia 8 25th May 2019 – Saturday
Slovenia 8 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Estonia 6 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Cyprus 6 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Luxembourg 6 26th May 2019 – Sunday
Malta 6 25th May 2019 – Saturday
Total MEP’s 751 23rd, 24th, 25th, and 26th May 2019
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European Parliament Election Results 2019 Party Wise:

Member States MEP’s EPP S&D ECR ALDE GUE G-EFA EFD ENF NI
Germany 96                  
France 74                  
United Kingdom 73                  
Italy 73                  
Spain 54                  
Poland 51                  
Romania 32                  
Netherlands 26                  
Belgium 21                  
Czech Republic 21                  
Greece 21                  
Hungary 21                  
Portugal 21                  
Sweden 20                  
Austria 18                  
Bulgaria 17                  
Denmark 13                  
Finland 13                  
Slovakia 13                  
Ireland 11                  
Croatia 11                  
Lithuania 11                  
Latvia 8                  
Slovenia 8                  
Estonia 6                  
Cyprus 6                  
Luxembourg 6                  
Malta 6                  
Total MEP’s 751                  
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Delhi Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Delhi Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 16th April 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 16th April 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 23rd April 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 24th April 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 26th April 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 12th May 2019 Sunday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Lok Sabha Constituencies of NCT of Delhi

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in NCT of Delhi are 7

No.             Constituency                Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                   Chandni Chowk                          None
2                   North East Delhi                         None
3                   East Delhi                                     None
4                   New Delhi                                    None
5                   North West Delhi                           SC
6                   West Delhi                                    None
7                   South Delhi                                  None

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Delhi Members List:

1 Chandni Chowk Harsh Vardhan ,Dr. BJP
2 East Delhi Girri,Shri Maheish BJP
3 New Delhi Lekhi,Smt. Meenakashi BJP
4 North East Delhi Tiwari,Shri Manoj Kumar BJP
5 North West Delhi(SC) Raj,Dr. Udit BJP
6 South Delhi Bidhuri,Shri Ramesh BJP
7 West Delhi Singh,Shri Parvesh Sahib BJP

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Puducherry Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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Lok Sabha Constituencies of Puducherry

The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Puducherry Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 19th March 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 19th March 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 26th March 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 27th March 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 29th March 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 18th April 2019 Thursday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Puducherry are 1

No.             Constituency                Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                    Puducherry                               None

Sixteenth Lok Sabha Puducherry Members List:

1 Puducherry Radhakrishnan,Shri R. AINRC

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Daman & Diu Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Daman & Diu Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 28th March 2019 Thursday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 28th March 2019 Thursday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 4th April 2019 Thursday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 5th April 2019 Friday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 8th April 2019 Monday
6 Voting Day 23rd  April 2019 Tuesday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday
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Lok Sabha Constituencies of Daman and Diu

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Daman and Diu are 1

No.                Constituency                Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                  Daman and Diu                             None

Sixteenth Lok Sabha Daman & Diu Members List:

1 Daman and Diu Patel,Shri Lalubhai Babubhai BJP

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Dadra & Nagar Haveli Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Dadra & Nagar Haveli Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 28th March 2019 Thursday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 28th March 2019 Thursday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 4th April 2019 Thursday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 5th April 2019 Friday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 8th April 2019 Monday
6 Voting Day 23rd  April 2019 Tuesday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday
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Lok Sabha Constituencies of Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Dadra and Nagar Haveli are 1

No.                 Constituency                 Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1             Dadra and Nagar Haveli                        ST

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Dadra & Nagar Haveli Members List:

1 Dadra and Nagar Haveli(ST) Patel,Shri Natubhai Gomanbhai BJP

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Chandigarh Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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Chandigarh Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 22nd April 2019 Monday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 22nd April 2019 Monday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 29th April 2019 Monday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 30th April 2019 Tuesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 2nd May 2019 Thursday
6 Voting Day   19th May 2019 Sunday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Lok Sabha Constituencies of Chandigarh

Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Chandigarh are 1

No.             Constituency                   Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                    Chandigarh                                      None

Sixteenth Lok Sabha Chandigarh Members List:

1 Chandigarh Kher,Smt. Kirron Anupam BJP

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Rajasthan Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Rajasthan Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule First Phase:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 2nd April 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 2nd April 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 9th April 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 10th April 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 12th April 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 29th  April 2019 Monday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Rajasthan Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule Second Phase:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 10th April 2019 Wednesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 10th April 2019 Wednesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 18th April 2019 Thursday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 20th April 2019 Saturday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 22nd April 2019 Monday
6 Voting Day 6th May 2019 Monday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday
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Lok Sabha Constituencies of Rajasthan

The Rajasthan State being the seventh biggest State in terms of population, Rajasthan State has 25 Lok Sabha Constituencies, in the 25 Constituencies 4 Lok Sabha Constituencies are reserved for scheduled castes whereas 3 constituencies are reserved for scheduled tribes and the remaining are in general category. In the 2014 General Elections for the 16th Lok Sabha, 23 Lok Sabha Constituencies were won by the BJP Party and the remaining 2 seats were won by the Indian National Congress Party.

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Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Rajasthan are 25

No.              Constituency                Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                     Ganganagar                                 SC
2                     Bikaner                                         SC
3                     Churu                                         None
4                     Jhunjhunu                                 None
5                     Sikar                                           None
6                     Jaipur Rural                               None
7                     Jaipur                                          None
8                     Alwar                                          None
9                     Bharatpur                                      SC  
10                   Karauli–Dholpur                          SC
11                   Dausa                                              ST
12                   Tonk–Sawai Madhopur             None
13                   Ajmer                                           None
14                   Nagaur                                         None
15                   Pali                                                None
16                   Jodhpur                                        None
17                   Barmer                                         None
18                   Jalore                                            None
19                   Udaipur                                           ST
20                   Banswara                                        ST
21                   Chittorgarh                                  None
22                   Rajsamand                                   None
23                   Bhilwara                                       None
24                   Kota                                                None
25                   Jhalawar–Baran                           None

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Rajasthan Members List:

1 Ajmer Sharma,Dr. Raghu INC
2 Alwar Yadav,Dr. Karan Singh INC
3 Banswara(ST) Ninama,Shri Manshankar BJP
4 Barmer Col. Choudhary,Sona Ram, VSM (Retd.) BJP
5 Bharatpur(SC) Koli,Shri Bahadur Singh BJP
6 Bhilwara Baheria,Shri Subhash Chandra BJP
7 Bikaner(SC) Meghwal,Shri Arjun Ram BJP
8 Chittorgarh Joshi,Shri C. P. BJP
9 Churu Kaswan,Shri Rahul BJP
10 Dausa(ST) Meena,Shri Harish Chandra BJP
11 Ganganagar(SC) Chauhan,Shri Nihal Chand BJP
12 Jaipur Bohra,Shri Ramcharan BJP
13 Jaipur Rural Rathore,Col. Rajyavardhan Singh BJP
14 Jalore Patel,Shri Devji Mansingram BJP
15 Jhalawar-Baran Singh,Shri Dushyant BJP
16 Jhunjhunu Ahlawat, Smt. Santosh BJP
17 Jodhpur Shekhawat,Shri Gajendra Singh BJP
18 Karauli-Dholpur(SC) Rajoria,Dr. Manoj BJP
19 Kota Birla,Shri Om BJP
20 Nagaur Chaudhary,Shri C.R. BJP
21 Pali Chaudhary,Shri P.P. BJP
22 Rajsamand Rathore,Shri Hariom Singh BJP
23 Sikar Saraswati,Shri Sumedhanand BJP
24 Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Jaunapuria,Shri Sukhbir Singh BJP
25 Udaipur Meena,Shri Arjunlal BJP

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Punjab Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Punjab Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 22nd April 2019 Monday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 22nd April 2019 Monday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 29th April 2019 Monday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 30th April 2019 Tuesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 2nd May 2019 Thursday
6 Voting Day   19th May 2019 Sunday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Lok Sabha Constituencies of Punjab

The Punjab State consists of 13 Lok Sabha Constituencies, in the 13 Lok Sabha Constituencies 4 Constituencies are reserved for scheduled castes whereas the remaining 9 Lok Sabha Constituencies are in general category. In the 2014 General Elections which were held for the 16th Lok Sabha, the Indian National Congress Party won 4 seats, the SAD party won 4 seats, AAP Party won 4 Seats whereas the BJP party has won 1 seat.

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The Punjab State consists of 117 Assembly Constituencies and 13 Lok Sabha Constituencies. In the Last General elections for the 16th Lok Sabha NDA (BJP+ SAD) won 9 seats out of 13 seats and the remaining 4 seats were won the AAP party. In the last Legislative Assembly Elections of Punjab, UPA (INC) won 77 seats out of 117 and formed the Government.

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Major Political Parties in Punjab from 1951:

Indian National Congress (INC)

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)

Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD)

Aam Admi Party (AAP)

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General Elections Results from 1951 to 2014 Punjab:

1951 General Elections for the First Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1957 General Elections for the Second Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1962 General Elections for the Third Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1967 General Elections for the Fourth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1971 General Elections for the Fifth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1977 General Elections for the Sixth Lok Sabha: Janata alliance (SAD, BLD, CPI (M)): 13 seats

1980 General Elections for the Seventh Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress: 10, CPI: 2, Akali Dal: 1

1984 General Elections for the Eighth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1989 General Elections for the Ninth Lok Sabha: National Front

1991 General Elections for the Tenth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1996 General Elections for the Eleventh Lok Sabha: Shiromani Akali Dal

1998 General Elections for the Twelfth Lok Sabha: NDA (SAD, BJP)

1999 General Elections for the Thirteenth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

2004 General Elections for the Fourteenth Lok Sabha: NDA (SAD, BJP)

2009 General Elections for the Fifteenth Lok Sabha: UPA

2014 General Elections for the Sixteenth Lok Sabha: NDA (SAD, BJP): 9, AAP: 4

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Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Punjab are 13

No.              Constituency                Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                    Gurdaspur                                –
2                    Amritsar                                    –
3                    Khadoor Sahib                        –
4                    Jalandhar                                  SC
5                    Hoshiarpur                               SC
6                    Anandpur Sahib                      –
7                    Ludhiana                                  –
8                    Fatehgarh Sahib                      SC
9                    Faridkot                                     SC
10                  Firozpur                                    –
11                  Bathinda                                   –
12                  Sangrur                                     –
13                  Patiala                                       –

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Punjab Members List:

1 Amritsar Aujla,Shri Gurjeet Singh INC
2 Anandpur Sahib Chandumajra,Shri Prem Singh SAD
3 Bathinda Badal,Smt. Harsimrat Kaur SAD
4 Faridkot(SC) Singh,Prof. Sadhu AAP
5 Fatehgarh Sahib(SC) Khalsa,Shri Harinder Singh AAP
6 Ferozpur Ghubaya,Shri Sher Singh SAD
7 Gurdaspur Jakhar,Shri Sunil Kumar INC
8 Hoshiarpur(SC) Sampla,Shri Vijay BJP
9 Jalandhar Chaudhary,Shri Santokh Singh INC
10 Khadoor Sahib Brahmpura,Shri Ranjit Singh SAD
11 Ludhiana Singh,Shri Ravneet INC
12 Patiala Gandhi,Dr. Dharam Vira AAP
13 Sangrur Mann,Shri Bhagwant AAP

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Karnataka Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Karnataka Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule First Phase:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 19th March 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 19th March 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 26th March 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 27th March 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 29th March 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 18th April 2019 Thursday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Karnataka Lok Sabah Elections Date & Schedule Second Phase:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 28th March 2019 Thursday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 28th March 2019 Thursday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 4th April 2019 Thursday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 5th April 2019 Friday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 8th April 2019 Monday
6 Voting Day 23rd  April 2019 Tuesday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday
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Lok Sabha Constituencies of Karnataka

Karnataka being the 8th biggest State in India in terms of population, Karnataka State has 28 Lok Sabha Constituencies. Out of these 28 Lok Sabha Constituencies, 5 constituencies are reserved for scheduled castes whereas 2 Lok Sabha Constituencies are reserved for scheduled tribes. In the 2014 General Elections, which were held for the 16th Lok Sabha, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won 15 seats coming to the Indian National Congress, it has won 10 Lok Sabha Constituencies and the remaining 2 seats were won by the JD(S) party.

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In terms of population Karnataka State being the 8th biggest State in India, Karnataka has 224 Assembly Constituencies and 28 Lok Sabha Constituencies. In the second quarter of 2018 Karnataka had fifteenth Legislative Assembly elections.

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Major Political Parties in Bihar from 1951:

Indian National Congress (INC)

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)

Janta Dal Secular (JDS)

Bharatiya Prajagala Kalayana Paksha Party (BPKP)

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General Election Results from 1951 to 2014 Karnataka:

1951 General Elections for First Lok Sabha:   Total: 11. Congress: 10, KMPP: 1

1957 General Elections for Second Lok Sabha: Total: 26. Congress: 23, PSP: 1, SCF: 1, Others: 1

1962 General Elections for Third Lok Sabha: Total: 26. Congress: 25, LSS: 1

1967 General Elections for Fourth Lok Sabha: Total: 27. Congress: 18, Swatantra Party: 5, PSP: 2, SSP: 1, Others: 1

1971 General Elections for Fifth Lok Sabha: Total: 27. Congress: 27

1977 General Elections for Sixth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. Congress: 26, Janata Party/BLD: 2.

1980 General Elections for Seventh Lok Sabha: Total: 28. Congress: 27, Janata Party: 1

1984 General Elections for Eighth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. Congress: 24, Janata Party: 4

1989 General Elections for Ninth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. Congress: 26, Janata Dal: 2

1991 General Elections for Tenth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. Congress: 23, BJP: 4, Janata: 1

1996 General Elections For Eleventh Lok Sabha: Total: 28. Janata Dal: 16/28, BJP: 6, Congress: 5, KCP: 1

1998 General Elections for Twelfth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. NDA: 16 (BJP: 13 and Lok Shakti: 3), Congress: 9, Janata Dal: 3

1999 General Elections for Thirteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. Congress: 18, BJP: 7, JD (U): 3

2004 General Elections for Fourteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. BJP: 18, Congress: 8, JD(S): 2

2009 General Elections for Fifteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. BJP: 19, Congress: 6, JD(S): 3

2014 General Elections for Sixteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 28. BJP: 17, Congress: 9, JD(S): 2

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Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Karnataka are 28

No.             Constituency               Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                    Chikkodi                             None
2                    Belagavi                              None
3                    Bagalkot                              None
4                    Bijapur                                SC
5                    Kalaburagi                          SC
6                    Raichur                                ST
7                    Bidar                                    None
8                    Koppal                                 None
9                    Bellary                                 ST
10                  Haveri                                 None
11                  Dharwad                             None
12                  Uttara Kannada                 None
13                  Davanagere                        None
14                  Shimoga                              None
15                  Udupi Chikmagalur          None
16                  Hassan                                None
17                  Dakshina Kannada           None
18                  Chitradurga                       SC
19                  Tumkur                              None
20                  Mandya                              None
21                  Mysore                               None
22                  Chamarajanagar              SC
23                  Bangalore Rural               None
24                  Bangalore North              None
25                  Bangalore Central            None
26                  Bangalore South               None
27                  Chikballapur                     None
28                  Kolar                                   SC

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Karnataka Members List

1 Raghavendra,Shri B.Y. BJP
2 Bagalkot Gaddigoudar,Shri Parvatagouda Chandanagouda BJP
3 Bangalore Central Mohan,Shri P. C. BJP
4 Bangalore North Gowda,Shri D.V. Sadananda BJP
5 Bangalore Rural Suresh,Shri Doddaalahalli Kempegowda INC
6 Belgaum Angadi, Shri Suresh Chanabasappa BJP
7 Bellary Ugrappa,Shri Venkatapura Subbaiah INC
8 Bidar Khuba,Shri Bhagwanth BJP
9 Bijapur(SC) Jigajinagi,Shri Ramesh Chandappa BJP
10 Chamrajanagar Dhruvanarayana,Shri R. INC
11 Chikkballapur Moily,Dr. M. Veerappa INC
12 Chikkodi Hukkeri,Shri Prakash Babanna INC
13 Chitradurga(SC) Chandrappa,Shri B.N. INC
14 Dakshina Kannada Kateel,Shri Nalin Kumar BJP
15 Davanagere Siddeshwara,Shri Gowdar Mallikarjunappa BJP
16 Dharwad Joshi,Shri Pralhad Venkatesh BJP
17 Gulbarga(SC) Kharge,Shri Mallikarjun INC
18 Hassan Devegowda,Shri H.D. JD(S)
19 Haveri Udasi,Shri Shivkumar Chanabasappa BJP
20 Kolar Muniyappa,Dr. K.H. INC
21 Koppal Karadi,Shri Sanganna Amarappa BJP
22 Mandya Shivaramegowda,Shri L.R. JD(S)
23 Mysore Simha,Shri Prathap BJP
24 Raichur Naik,Shri B.V. INC
25 Tumkur Muddahanumegowda,Shri S.P. INC
26 Udupi Chikmagalur Karandlaje,Km. Shobha BJP
27 Uttara Kannada Hegde,Shri Anantkumar BJP

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Jharkhand Lok Sabha Elections Date & Schedule 2019

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The Indian Election Commission has declared the General Elections schedule for the year 2019 today i.e. on 10/3/2019. According to the schedule the elections are to be held in seven phases for the 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies. The first Phase of Lok Sabha General Elections will be held on 11th April 2019 while the last Phase of General Elections will be held on 19th May 2019. The General Elections results will be announced on 23rd May 2019.

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The Indian Parliament elections will be held once in 5 years because the Parliament term in India will be for 5 years. The 16th Parliament term will be completed by the March so the Election Commission of India released the Lok Sabha Election Schedule for the 17th Parliament. There are 545 MP seats in Indian Parliament out of these 545 Lok Sabha Constituencies 543 are elected by the eligible voters of India and the remaining 2 Lok Sabha seats are nominated by the President of India.

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2019 Lok Sabha Elections Highlights:

  • Parliament Elections will be held in seven phases in all the 29 states and 7 Union Territories.
  • Parliament elections 2019 polling starts from 11th April to 19th May 2019.
  • Lok Sabha General Elections will be held for all the 543 Constituencies.
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Jharkhand Lok Sabah Elections First Phase Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 2nd April 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 2nd April 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 9th April 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 10th April 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 12th April 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 29th  April 2019 Monday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Jharkhand Lok Sabah Elections Second Phase Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 10th April 2019 Wednesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 10th April 2019 Wednesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 18th April 2019 Thursday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 20th April 2019 Saturday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 22nd April 2019 Monday
6 Voting Day 6th May 2019 Monday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday
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Jharkhand Lok Sabah Elections Third Phase Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 16th April 2019 Tuesday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 16th April 2019 Tuesday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 23rd April 2019 Tuesday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 24th April 2019 Wednesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 26th April 2019 Friday
6 Voting Day 12th May 2019 Sunday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday

Jharkhand Lok Sabah Elections Fourth Phase Date & Schedule:

S.NO Election Event Election event Date Election Event Day
1 Election Notification 22nd April 2019 Monday
2 Nominations of Candidates starts on 22nd April 2019 Monday
3 Last Date for Nominations of Candidates 29th April 2019 Monday
4 Scrutiny of Nominations 30th April 2019 Tuesday
5 Last Date for withdrawing the Nominations 2nd May 2019 Thursday
6 Voting Day   19th May 2019 Sunday
7 Counting of Votes Starts on 23rd May 2019 Thursday
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Lok Sabha Constituencies of Jharkhand

The total number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Jharkhand State is 14. Out of these 14 Lok Sabha Constituencies, 1 Constituency is reserved for scheduled castes whereas 5 Lok Sabha constituencies are reserved for scheduled tribes. During the 2014 General elections, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won 12 seats whereas the remaining 2 seats were won by the JMM party.

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The Jharkhand State consists of 14 Lok Sabha Constituencies and 81 Vidhan Sabha Constituencies. In the last General elections for the 16th Lok Sabha the BJP Party won 12 seats out of 14 seats and the remaining 2 seats were won by the JMM Party. The fourth Assembly elections in Jharkhand State were held in the year 2014, BJP along with allies AJSU party won 42 seats (BJP 37 & AJSU 5), JMM party won 19 seats, the Indian National Congress Party won 6 seats, JVM party won 8 seats and the others won 6 seats. BJP formed the Government for the third time in the Jharkhand State and Raghubar Das became the fourth Chief Minister of Jharkhand.

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Major Political Parties in Jharkhand from 1951:

Indian National Congress (INC)

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)

Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM)

Jharkhand Vikas Morcha (JVM)

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD)

Communist Party of India (CPI)

Janata Dal (JD)

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Jharkhand General Election Results from 1951 to 2014:

2004 General Elections for the Fourteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 14. UPA: 13 (Congress: 6, JMM: 4, RJD: 2, CPI: 1), BJP: 1

2009 General Elections for the Fifteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 14. BJP: 8, JMM: 2, Congress: 1, JVM (P): 1, Others: 2

2014 General Elections for the Sixteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 14. BJP: 12, JMM: 2

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Major Political Parties in Bihar from 1951:

Indian National Congress (INC)

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)

Janta Dal (JD)

Samatha Party (SP)

Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD)

Nationalist Congress Part (NCP)

Jharkhand Mukthi Morcha (JMM)

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General Elections Results from 1951 to 2014 Bihar:

1951 General Elections for the First Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1957 General Elections for the Second Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1962 General Elections for the Third Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress won 39 out of 53, Swatantra Party: 7

1967 General Elections for the Fourth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1971 General Elections for the Fifth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress

1977 General Elections for the Sixth Lok Sabha: Total: 54: Janata Party + Alliance: 54.

1980 General Elections for the Seventh Lok Sabha: Total: 54. Congress won 39, CPI: 5

1984 General Elections for the Eighth Lok Sabha: Indian National Congress won 48 out of 54 Constituencies.

1989 General Elections for the Ninth Lok Sabha: Total: 54. Janata Dal + BJP: 32+8, CPI: 4, Congress: 4, JMM: 4.

1991 General Elections for the Tenth Lok Sabha: JD: 31/54, CPI: 8, JMM: 6, BJP: 5, Congress: 1.

1996 General Elections for the Eleventh Lok Sabha: Janata Dal: 22, BJP: 18, Congress: 2

1998 General Elections for the Twelfth Lok Sabha: BJP+Samata alliance: 19+10, RJD: 17, Congress: 4

1999 General Elections for the Thirteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 54. BJP+JDU): 23+18, RJD: 7, Congress: 4

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Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Jharkhand are 14

No.        Constituency       Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1               Rajmahal             ST
2               Dumka                 ST
3               Godda                  None
4               Chatra                  None
5               Kodarma             None
6               Giridih                 None
7               Dhanbad             None
8               Ranchi                 None
9               Jamshedpur       None
10             Singhbhum         ST
11             Khunti                 ST
12             Lohardaga          ST
13             Palamau              SC
14             Hazaribagh         None

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Jharkhand Members List

1 Chatra Singh,Shri Sunil Kumar BJP
2 Dhanbad Singh,Shri Pashupati Nath BJP
3 Dumka(ST) Soren,Shri Shibu JMM
4 Giridih Pandey,Shri Ravindra Kumar BJP
5 Godda Dubey,Dr. Nishikant BJP
6 Hazaribagh Sinha,Shri Jayant BJP
7 Jamshedpur Mahato,Shri Bidyut Baran BJP
8 Khunti(ST) Munda,Shri Kariya BJP
9 Kodarma Ray,Dr. Ravindra Kumar BJP
10 Lohardaga(ST) Bhagat,Shri Sudarshan BJP
11 Palamu(SC) Ram,Shri Vishnu Dayal BJP
12 Rajmahal(ST) Hansdak,Shri Vijay Kumar JMM
13 Ranchi Choudhary,Shri Ram Tahal BJP
14 Singhbhum(ST) Giluwa,Shri Laxman BJP

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