2019 Indie general election

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2019 Indie general election

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543[note 1] (o the 545) seats in the Lok Sabha
272 seats needit for a majority
Opeenion polls
Turnoot67.47% (Increase1.07%)
  PM Modi Portrait(cropped).jpg Rahul Gandhi (portrait crop).jpg Mkspicture (cropped).jpg
Leader Narendra Modi Rahul Gandhi M. K. Stalin
Pairty Bharatiya Janata Pairty Indian Naitional Congress Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
Alliance NDA UPA UPA
Percentage 37.36% 19.49% 2.26%

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Leader Mamata Banerjee Y. S. Jaganmohan Reddy Uddhav Thackeray
Pairty All India Trinamool Congress YSR Congress Pairty Shiv Sena
Alliance - - National Democratic Alliance (India)
Percentage 4.07% 2.53% 2.10%

  Nitish Kumar in February 2007.jpg Odisha CM Naveen Patnaik in October 2014.jpg Mayawati.jpg
Leader Nitish Kumar Naveen Patnaik Mayawati
Pairty Janata Dal (United) Biju Janata Dal Bahujan Samaj Pairty
Alliance National Democratic Alliance (India) - MGB
Percentage 1.46% 1.66% 3.63%

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Seat results by constituency. As this is a FPTP election, seat totals are not determined by popular vote, but instead by the result in each constituency.

Prime Meenister afore election

Narendra Modi
BJP

Prime Meenister

Narendra Modi
BJP

The 2019 Indian general election wis haudit in seven phases atween 11 Aprile an 19 Mey 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The votes were counted and result was declared on 23 Mey.[1][2][3][4] About 900 million fowk were eligible to vote and turnout was over 67 per cent – the highest ever as well as the highest participation by weemen voters.[5][6][note 2]

The Bharatiya Janata Pairty won 303 seats, further increasing its substantial majority[8] and the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance won 353 seats.[9] The Indian Naitional Congress pairty won 52 seats, and the Congress-led United Progressive Alliance won 91. Other parties and their alliances won 98 seats.[10] Indian Naitional Congress again failed to secure the requisite 10% of the seats (54 seats) in the Lok Sabha and hence Indie remains without an official opposition pairty.[11][12]

Legislative assembly elections in the states o Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim were held simultaneously with the general election,[13][14] as well as by-elections to twenty two seats of the Tamil Nadu Legislative Assembly.[15]

References[eedit | eedit soorce]

  1. "EC may announce Lok Sabha election schedule in March first week: Sources – Times of India". The Times of India. 
  2. Staff, Scroll. "2019 General Elections: Voting to be held in 7 phases from April 11 to May 19, counting on May 23". Scroll.in (in Inglis). Retrieved 10 March 2019. 
  3. "Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates Schedule LIVE, Assembly Elections Dates For Andhra Pradesh, Odisha, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh, 2019 Election Date Time for Polling, Counting and Results". timesnownews.com (in Inglis). Retrieved 10 March 2019. 
  4. "Lok Sabha elections will begin on April 11 and polling will be held over seven phases through May 19, followed by counting of votes on May 23. Lok Sabha Election 2019 : Key Dates, Live News Updates, Election Calendar". english.manoramaonline.com (in Inglis). Retrieved 13 March 2019. 
  5. At 67.1%, 2019 turnout's a record: Election Commission, The Times of India (20 May 2019)
  6. Polls Are Closed in India's Election: What Happens Next?, The New York Times, Douglas Schorzman and Kai Schultz (19 May 2019)
  7. Women turn out in greater numbers than in previous elections, The Economic Times, Aanchal Bansal (20 May 2019)
  8. "India Election Results: Modi and the B.J.P. Make History". NYT. Retrieved 23 May 2019. 
  9. "Modi thanks India for 'historic mandate'" (in Inglis). 2019-05-23. Retrieved 2019-05-29. 
  10. "Lok Sabha Election 2019 - Party Alliance Details, General Elections". India Today. Retrieved 27 May 2019. 
  11. "Narendra Modi government will not have Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha again". Prabhash K Dutta. India Today. 24 May 2019. Retrieved 28 May 2019. 
  12. "Congress Fails To Get Leader Of Opposition Post In Lok Sabha, Again". Puneet Nicholas Yadav. Outlook. 24 May 2019. Retrieved 28 May 2019. 
  13. "Assembly polls in 4 states with Lok Sabha elections but not in J&K- Malayala Manorama". english.manoramaonline.com (in Inglis). Retrieved 11 March 2019. 
  14. "Lok Sabha elections 2019: Congress MP favours more seats for RJD in Bihar" (in Inglis). 4 September 2018. Retrieved 29 September 2018. 
  15. https://www.news18.com/news/politics/aiadmk-proves-it-mettle-in-tamil-nadu-maintains-hold-on-govt-after-winning-9-bypoll-seats-2157319.html


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