India Assembly Elections 2014

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51% turnout till 3 PM: Odisha

As per media reports, nearly 51 per cent voting has been cast in Odisha till 3 PM on Thursday for the simultaneous LS and assembly polls.

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April 17, 2014 04:50 PM

44% turnout till 2 PM: Odisha

As per media reports, 44 per cent voters exercised their franchise in Odisha till 2 PM on Thursday.

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April 17, 2014 03:03 PM

Assembly Poll is underway in Odisha
As per media reports, assembly election has begun in Odisha today to elect members for 77 assembly constituencies in northern and coastal areas of the state.

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April 17, 2014 11:09 AM

45 percent polling in Mizoram

About 45 percent of the electorate cast their vote for the lone Lok Sabha seat from Mizoram and an assembly by-poll in the first seven hours of polling Friday, officials said here.

Source: IANS
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April 11, 2014 07:28 PM

A third of Mizoram votes
Nearly a third of the electorate cast their ballot Friday in the first three hours in the lone Lok Sabha constituency and a by-poll for an assembly seat in Mizoram, officials here said.

Source: IANS

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April 11, 2014 03:10 PM

Mizoram votes

Balloting began Friday for the lone Lok Sabha constituency and a by-poll for an assembly seat in Mizoram, officials said.

Source: IANS
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April 11, 2014 02:18 PM

Odisha votes for Lok Sabha, assembly

Polling began Thursday for 10 Lok Sabha and 70 assembly seats in Odisha, officials said. Over 13 million electors will cast their ballot in the first phase of polling.

Source: IANS
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April 10, 2014 01:53 PM

Congress wins 11 assembly seats unopposed

The battle of elections may be highly charged in the nation, but in Arunachal Pradesh the decks are quite clear for the candidates of the Congress party. Eleven candidates of the Congress party have already won the assembly polls as there were no rivals in the respective assembly constituencies.

The candidates who will celebrate their victory even before the day of poll include the Deputy Chief Minister Kameng Dolo (Pakke-Kessang), Phurpa Tsering (Dirang), the Tourism Minister Pema Khandu (Mukto), the Rural Development Minister Tanga Byaling (Nacho), Takam Pario (Palin), the former Minister Lombo Tayeng (Mebo), Mama Natung (Seppa West), the Parliamentary Secretary Nabam Rebia (Doimukh), Punji Mara (Taliha), and Bamang Felix (Nyapin).

The President of the Arunachal Pradesh Congress Committee, Mukut Mithi, said, “The massive development, Sagalee in particular, led to unopposed election of so many candidates, including the CM.”

However, Tai Tagak, the president of the State BJP has accused the Congress party of using strong-arm tactics to force the BJP candidates to withdraw.

April 01, 2014 06:04 PM
The members of the Vidhan Sabha or the Legislative/State Assembly are elected in the Legislative Assembly elections. Held after every five years, the assembly elections are conducted in different years in different states. In India, 29 states and 2 Union Territories participate in the assembly elections. Recently, the assembly elections were held in five states in December 2013. The next phase of elections in six different states are scheduled to take place in 2014. The following states will take part in the assembly polls this year:

Arunachal Pradesh

Arunachal Pradesh will take part in the ninth assembly elections in 2014. The Vidhan Sabha elections began in 1978 in Arunachal Pradesh. The Legislative Assembly of Arunachal Pradesh comprises of 60 constituencies. The first elections were won by Janata Party with Prem Khandu Thungan as the first Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh. Since then, the Indian National Congress (INC) has been winning and ruling the government in this northeastern state. INC has been the ruling party in Arunachal with Bharatiya Janata Party being its strongest opponent. Nabam Tuki, is the present and the seventh Chief Minister of Arunachal Pradesh, who replaced Jarbom Gamlin. The assembly elections 2014 will be held on April 9, 2014 and counting for the same will be done on May 16, 2014.

Andhra Pradesh

Andhra Pradesh follows the guidelines of the Constitution of India for organising the elections in the state. It has 248 constituencies, out of which 19 and 48 seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes and Scheduled Castes respectively. The Indian National Congress (INC) won the first elections in Andhra Pradesh that were held in 1955. The upcoming Assembly polls of 2014 will be held in two phases due to the split in the Andhra state. The Telangana region will witness the elections on April 30, and the Seemandhra region will participate on May 07, 2014. The results will be released on May 16 for both the regions.

Odisha

Odisha follows a unicameral legislature, and constitutes 147 members. The assembly elections in Odisha began in the year1951, and a new set of elections are lined up to be held in 2014. There were three strong political parties in Odisha: INC, Janata Dal (JD) and Bharatiya Lok Dal (BLD) that ruled and dominated the politics in Odisha. Now, the Aam Aadmi Party and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has also come up as contenders in the political arena in Odisha. The Assembly polls of 2014 in Odisha are scheduled to be held in two phases: 10 April and 17 April. The counting of votes will be completed on May 16, 2014.

Sikkim

Sikkim, one of the smallest states of northeast region in India, has a single parliamentary constituency. It comprises of 31 constituencies, which has 12 reserved seats for Scheduled Tribes (ST) and 2 for Scheduled Castes. The Indian National Congress (INC) won the first Assembly Elections of Sikkim that took place in the year 1979. Sikkim witnessed a historic victory of Sikkim Democratic Front (SDF) by absolute majority in the last Assembly Elections of 2009. CPI (M), BJP, INC and a few other regional parties will be contesting in the upcoming 2014 elections. The Assembly Elections in Sikkim will be held on 12 April, 2014 and the results will be announced on 16 May, 2014.

Haryana

After a division from Punjab, Haryana was established on 1 November, 1966. Its Legislative Assembly comprises of 90 members. 17 seats from the total number are reserved for Scheduled Castes. Indian National Congress (INC), Indian National Lok Dal Congress (INLD), Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) and Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP) are some of the strongest political parties in Haryana. In the 2009 Assembly polls, 40 seats were won by INC, and Bhupinder Singh Hooda was declared the Chief Minister of Haryana. The another set of Assembly Elections are tentatively scheduled to be held in the last quarter of the year 2014. Though, Haryana will contest in the General Elections 2014 on 10 April, 2014.

Maharashtra

The second populous state in India, Maharashtra is located in the western region of India. The Legislative Assembly in Maharashtra comprises of 288 members. The first Assembly Elections were held in 1962 and were won by Indian national Congress (INC). Yashwantrao Chavan was the first Chief Minister of Maharashtra. In the year 2009, 82 seats were captured by the Indian National Congress (INC). Prithviraj Chavan is the present Chief Minister of Maharashtra. The next assembly elections in 2014 are planned to be held in late 2014. Many political parties, including the newly formed Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), are looking forward to a battle in the filed of politics in Maharashtra.

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Assembly Elections 2014



StateAssembly ConstituenciesElection Date
Andhra Pradesh29430th April, 7th May
Arunachal Pradesh609th April
Orissa14710th April, 17th April
Sikkim3212th April
Haryana90 
Maharashtra289 






Last Updated on : April 9, 2014