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Lok Sabha results 2024: Here is a statewise position of respective parties

Kishori Lal Sharma wins Amethi, Smriti Irani, Maneka, Mehbooba, Omar lose their citadels, Modi, Rahul, Shah are among the prominent winners

The Fact News

New Delhi, June 6

With 292 seats in the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP-led NDA has established an absolute majority. All 543 Lok Sabha results have been announced. The BJP alone has secured 240 seats. JD(U) has 12 seats, and Telugu Desam has 16.

The INDIA Bloc has won 233 seats. Eighteen seats in the lower chamber of Parliament have been gained by others. 99 seats were won by the Congress. Trinamool Congress won 29 seats, while Samajwadi Party won 37. DMK was able to secure 22 seats.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi from Varanasi, Union Minister Amit Shah from Gandhinagar, Om Birla (Kota), Arjun Ram Meghwal (Bikaner), Gajendra Singh Shekhawat from Jodhpur, Jyotiraditya M. Scindia from Guna, Dimple Yadav from Samajwadi Party from the Mainpuri seat, and Shatrughan Sinha of the TMC from Asansol are among the well-known candidates who have won.

The prominent candidates to lose are BJP leader and Union Minister Arjun Munda from Khunti, Smriti Irani who fought from Amethi, National Conference leader Omar Abdullah from Baramullah and PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti from Anantnag seat.

In Uttar Pradesh, result of all the 80 LS segments has been announced. Samajwadi Party has won 37 while the BJP has won just 33 seats, Congress got six, and Rashtriya Lok Dal won two seats.

Apna Dal (Soneylal)-ADAL and Aazad Samaj Party (Kanshi Ram)-ASPKR have won one seat each. BSP candidate could not win even a single seat.

Rahul Gandhi, the leader of the Congress, defeated Dinesh Pratap Singh, the BJP opponent, with a margin of more than three lakh 90 thousand votes from Rae Bareli seat. In Kanauj, Akhilesh Yadav of the Samajwadi Party prevailed with over 1 lakh seventy thousand votes over his nearest rival.
Dr. Mahesh Sharma from Gautam Buddha Nagar, Jitin Prasad from Pilibhit, Swami Sachchidanand Hari Sakshi from Unnao, Arun Govil from Meerut, Hema Malini from Mathura, and Ravi Kishan from Gorakhpur are some of the other notable BJP wins.

In Amethi, Kishori Lal of the Congress defeated Smriti Irani of the BJP, and in Kheri, Ajay Kumar of the BJP lost to Utkarsh Verma “Madhur” of the Samajwadi Party. In the Sultanpur constituency, Samajwadi Party candidate Rambhual Nishad defeated BJP candidate Menaka Gandhi by a margin of more than 43,000 votes.

In Bihar, the BJP and the Janata Dal (United) have secured twelve seats each. Among the victorious BJP leaders are Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal, Ravi Shankar Prasad, Giriraj Singh, and Radha Mohan Singh. However, Manoj Kumar, Tariq Anwar, and Muhammad Jawed, the candidates for the Congress, have all won.

Five seats have been gained by the Lok Janshakti Party (Ramvilas), four by the Rashtriya Janata Dal, three by the Congress, and two by the CPIM (ML). Leader of the Hindustani Awam Morcha (Secular) Jitan Ram Manjhi won the seat from Gaya, while Rajesh Ranjan, also known as Pappu Yadav, the independent, won the Purnia constituency.

The BJP has taken all seven seats in Delhi. Bansuri Swaraj was victorious from the New Delhi seat, defeating AAP’s Somnath Bharti, while Praveen Khandelwal defeated Congressman Jai Prakash Agarwal to win the Chandni Chowk seat. From South Delhi, Ramvir Singh Bidhuri prevailed.

Manoj Tiwari defeated Congressman Kanhaiya Kumar with over one hundred and thirty-eight thousand votes. Yogendra Chandoliya won the North-West Delhi seat, Kamaljeet Sehrawat won the West Delhi seats, and Harsh Malhotra got the East Delhi seat.

In Punjab, out of all 13 seats. Congress has won 7, Aam Aadmi Party 3, Shiromani Akali Dal 1 and Independent 2 seats. In Haryana, BJP and Congress have won five seats each. In Chandigarh, Congress’s Manish Tewari won against BJP’s Sanjay Tandon.

Out of five seats in Jammu and Kashmir, BJP and the National Conference have won two seats each while Independent candidate has one seat.

In Himachal Pradesh, the BJP won all four seats and in Uttarakhand, the saffron party made a clean sweep of 5-0. In Rajasthan, out of the 25 Lok Sabha seats BJP won 14 seats and 8 seats went to Congress.

In Gujarat, the BJP registered a massive 25-seat win out of 26. In Maharashtra, out of 48 seats, the BJP won 9 seats and Congress secured 13 seats. Shiv Sena (Uddhav) got 9, Shiv Sena(SHS) 7, NCP (Pawar) won 8 seats. NCP won just one seat and Independent one. From Madhya Pradesh, the saffron party made a clean sweep winning all 29 seats.

In Chhattisgarh, the BJP has won 10 seats while in Odisha, BJP has made impressive show as it won 20 seats while the Congress just managed to win single seat. BJD failed to its account.

In Jharkhand, Lok Sabha elections were held for 14 seats. BJP has won eight seats, AJSU Party -one, JMM-three and the Congress two.

In West Bengal, Trinamool Congress has won 29 seats. Abhishek Banerjee, Kirti Jha Azad and Shatrughan Prasad Sinha are prominent winners of the party. Abhishek has won the election over the margin of over seven lakh votes.

The BJP has nine seats in Assam. In Dibrugarh, its nominee, Union Minister Sarbananda Sonowal, prevailed by a margin of more than 2 lakh 79 thousand votes. Three seats were won by Congress. Asom Gana Parishad and the United People’s Party (Liberal) each took home one seat.

The BJP has taken both of the seats in Tripura. In the Tripura West parliamentary seat, its candidate and former chief minister, Biplab Kumar Deb defeated Congressman Ashish Kumar Saha by a margin of more than 6 lakh 11 thousand five hundred votes. Rajendra Reang of the CPIM lost to BJP candidate Kriti Devi Debbarman by a margin of more than 4 lakh 86,000 votes.

Arunachal West Parliamentary constituency in Arunachal Pradesh was won by BJP candidate and Union Minister Kiren Rijiju, who defeated Congressman Nabam Tuki by more than one lakh votes.

The Congress has taken both seats in Manipur. By more than 68 thousand votes, Richard Vanlalhmangaiha of the Zoram People’s Movement (ZPM) defeated K. Vanlalvena of the Mizo National Front, who was his closest opponent. S.S. Jamir, a Congress candidate, defeated Dr. Chumben Murry by more than fifty thousand nine hundred votes to win the sole Lok Sabha seat in Nagaland.

Saleng A. Sangma, a Congress candidate, defeated National People’s Party opponent Agatha Sangma by more than one lakh fifty thousand votes to win the Tura seat in Meghalaya. Dr. Ricky Andrew J. Singkon, the voice of the Pepole Party, defeated Vincent H. Pala of the Congress by more than 3 lakh 71 thousand votes to win the Shillong seat.

The sole Sikkim Lok Sabha seat has been won by Indra Hang Subba, a candidate for the Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM).

In Telangana, out of 17 Lok Sabha Constituencies, BJP and Congress have secured 8 seats each AIMIM has one 1 seat. In Tamil Nadu, out of 39 Lok Sabha Constituencies, DMK has won 22 seats. Congress has won 9 seats. Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi (VCK), CPI and CPI (M) have won two seats each. MDMK and IUML have also managed to win one seat each.

In Kerala, the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) has registered a landslide win with a clear lead in 18 of 20 Lok Sabha seats.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi has once again won in Wayanad constituency with over three lakh fifty thousand votes over his nearest rival Annie Raja. Union Minister and BJP candidate of Thiruvananthapuram constituency Rajeev Chandrasekhar conceded defeat to Congress’s Shashi Tharoor for more than 15,000 votes.

The BJP has won 17 seats in Karnataka out of the state’s 28 Lok Sabha constituencies. JDS got two seats, while Congress won nine. The BJP, which has shown remarkable performance, has captured 20 seats in Odisha while the ruling BJD has lost all of its seats. Congress has won one seat only.

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