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Map of Punjab Assembly Constituency

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*The Map showing All the Assembly Constituency in Punjab.

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Punjab is the sixteenth most populous Indian state, with about 27 million people living in its 23 districts. The official language of the state and the most widely spoken language is Punjabi, which is written in the Gurmukhi script.Punjabis make up the majority ethnic group, while the two largest religious groups are Hindus (38.5%) and Sikhs (57.7%). In addition to being the capital of the neighbouring state of Haryana, Chandigarh is the capital of the state and a union territory. Punjab is traversed by the Sutlej, Beas, and Ravi, three tributaries of the Indus River.

Punjab General Election 2024

To choose 13 members of the 18th Lok Sabha, Punjab will host the general election in 2024 on June 1st. The Election Commission of India released the election schedule on March 16, 2024. Punjab will be the final phase of the seven phases of the elections that will take place across the nation.

EventPhase VII
Last Date for Nomination FilingMay 14th
Last date of nomination withdrawalMay 17th
Polling dateJune 1st
Result DateJune 4th
Total no. of constituencies13

2019 Election History

The seventh and final round of the 2019 Indian general election took place in Punjab on May 19. On May 23, 2019, the results of the counting were also announced on the same day.

Compared to 33.10 percent in 2014, the ruling Congress's share of the vote in Punjab increased to 40% in the polls. Out of the 117 seats available in the state legislature, the Congress won 77 assembly constituencies in the 2017 state polls, registering a resounding victory. With only one seat in the legislature, the AAP's vote share fell precipitously from 24.40 percent in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections to 7.38 percent in the 2019 general elections. A key regional actor in Punjab, the SAD, saw an increase in its vote share from 26.30 percent in 2014 to 27.45 percent this year.

Major Political Parties Competing in the 2024 Elections

Punjab Police is in charge of upholding state law and order in Punjab. Punjab police employs 70,000 people and is led by DGP Dinkar Gupta. Through the 22 SSP district heads, it oversees state affairs. The government is in office for a period of five years. The unicameral Punjab Legislative Assembly, or Vidhan Sabha, is the state legislature. It is composed of 117 members chosen from single-seat constituencies.

The Indian National Congress, a centrist catch-all party, the Shiromani Akali Dal, a Sikh right-wing Punjabiyat party, and the Aam Aadmi Party, a centrist to left-wing party, are the three main political parties in the state. Punjab has already experienced eight mandated periods of President's administration since 1950, each for a distinct reason. Punjab was ruled by the President for 3,510 days, or around ten years, when counting days in an exact sense. The majority of this occurred in the 1980s, when Punjabi militancy was at its peak. From 1987 to 1992, the President ruled Punjab for five years in a row.

Last Updated on : March 10, 2022