MP 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.
  • Along with the 2019 General Election schedule the Election Commission of India announced the Legislative Assembly elections in four States they are Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Arunachal Pradesh, and Sikkim.
  • 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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MP 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

MP 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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MP 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

MP 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 Madhya Pradesh

Madhya Pradesh is the fifth biggest State in India in terms of population, Madhya Pradesh State has 29 Lok Sabha Constituencies. Out of these 29 Lok Sabha Constituencies, 4 Constituencies are reserved for scheduled castes whereas 6 Constituencies are reserved for the scheduled tribes. The remaining 19 Lok Sabha Constituencies are in general category. In the 2014 General Elections which were held for the 16th Lok Sabha, the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has won 26 Seats and the Indian National Congress Party won 3 seats.

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Madhya Pradesh is the fifth biggest State in terms of population, being the fifth biggest State; MP has 230 Assembly Constituencies and 29 Lok Sabha Constituencies. Last month on 28th MP Legislative Assembly elections was held for the fifteenth Legislative Assembly, out of 230 Constituencies the Indian National Congress has won 114 seats and with the support of BSP formed the Government in Madhya Pradesh on 17th December 2018 and Kamal Nath became the 18th Chief Minister of Madhya Pradesh.

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Major Political Parties in MP from 1951:

Indian National Congress (INC)

Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP)

Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)

Samajwadi Party (SP)

Swatantra Party (SWA)

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MP General Election Results from 1951 to 2014:

1951 General Elections for First Lok Sabha: Congress: 28 out of 29.

1957 General Elections for Second Lok Sabha: Total: 35. Cong: 34, Hindu Maha Sabha (HMS): 1.

1962 General Elections for Third Lok Sabha: Total: 36. Cong: 24, BJS: 3, PSP (Praja Socialist): 3.

1967 General Elections for Fourth Lok Sabha: Total: 37. Cong: 25, BJS: 10, SWA: 1, Ind: 1.

1971 General Elections for Fifth Lok Sabha: Total: 37. Cong: 21, BJS: 11, Ind: 4.

1977 General Elections for Sixth Lok Sabha: Total: 40. Janata Party: 38. Cong: 1, Others: 1.

1980 General Elections for Seventh Lok Sabha: Congress: 35/40, Janata Party: 4.

1984 General Elections for Eighth Lok Sabha: INC: 40/40.

1989 General Elections for Ninth Lok Sabha: BJP: 27, INC: 8, JD: 3.

1991 General Elections for Tenth Lok Sabha: Total: 40. INC: 27, BJP: 12, BSP: 1.

1996 General Elections for Eleventh Lok Sabha: Total: 40. BJP: 27, INC: 8, BSP: 2.

1998 General Elections for Twelfth Lok Sabha: Total: 40. BJP: 30, INC: 10.

1999 General Elections for Thirteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 40. BJP: 29, INC: 11.

2004 General Elections for Fourteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 29 BJP: 25, INC: 4.

2009 General Elections for Fifteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 29. BJP: 16, INC: 12, BSP: 1.

2014 General Elections for Sixteenth Lok Sabha: Total: 29. BJP: 27, INC: 2.

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Total Number of Lok Sabha Constituencies in Madhya Pradesh are 29

No            Constituency              Reserved for(SC/ST/None)
1                   Morena                                None
2                   Bhind                                       SC
3                   Gwalior                                None
4                   Guna                                     None
5                   Sagar                                    None
6                   Tikamgarh                              SC
7                   Damoh                                 None
8                   Khajuraho                           None
9                   Satna                                    None
10                 Rewa                                    None
11                 Sidhi                                     None
12                 Shahdol                                   ST
13                 Jabalpur                              None
14                 Mandla                                   ST
15                 Balaghat                              None
16                 Chhindwara                       None
17                 Hoshangabad                     None
18                 Vidisha                                None
19                 Bhopal                                 None
20                 Rajgarh                                None
21                 Dewas                                     SC
22                 Ujjain                                      SC
23                 Mandsaur                             None
24                 Ratlam                                     ST
25                 Dhar                                         ST
26                 Indore                                   None
27                 Khargone                                 ST
28                 Khandwa                              None
29                 Betul                                         ST

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Sixteenth Lok Sabha Madhya Pradesh Members List:

1 Balaghat Bhagat,Shri Bodhsingh BJP
2 Betul(ST) Dhurve,Smt. Jyoti BJP
3 Bhind(SC) Prasad,Dr. Bhagirath BJP
4 Bhopal Sanjar,Shri Alok BJP
5 Chhindwara Kamal Nath,Shri INC
6 Damoh Patel,Shri Prahlad Singh BJP
7 Dewas Utawal,Shri Manohar BJP
8 Dhar(ST) Thakur,Smt. Savitri BJP
9 Guna Scindia,Shri Jyotiraditya Madhavrao INC
10 Gwalior Tomar,Shri Narendra Singh BJP
11 Hoshangabad Singh,Shri Uday Pratap BJP
12 Indore Sumitra Mahajan (Tai), BJP
13 Jabalpur Singh,Shri Rakesh BJP
14 Khajuraho Singh,Shri Nagendra BJP
15 Khandwa Chauhan,Shri Nand Kumar Singh BJP
16 Khargone(ST) Patel,Shri Subhash BJP
17 Mandla(ST) Kulaste,Shri Faggan Singh BJP
18 Mandsour Gupta,Shri Sudheer BJP
19 Morena Mishra,Shri Anoop BJP
20 Rajgarh Nagar,Shri Rodmal BJP
21 Ratlam(ST) Bhuria,Shri Kantilal INC
22 Rewa Mishra,Shri Janardan BJP
23 Sagar Yadav,Shri Laxmi Narayan BJP
24 Satna Singh,Shri Ganesh BJP
25 Shahdol Singh,Shri Gyan BJP
26 Sidhi Pathak,Smt. Riti BJP
27 Tikamgarh(SC) Kumar,Dr. Virendra BJP
28 Ujjain(SC) Malviya,Prof. Chintamani BJP
29 Vidisha Swaraj,Smt. Sushma BJP

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