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Snapshot of Phase-1 of the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections

Published on: April 10, 2019 | Updated on: April 11, 2019
Lok Sabha Election 2019- Phase 1 Map

Map showing States & UT for Lok Sabha Election 2019 Phase 1 

The 2019 Lok Sabha elections will be held from 11 April 2019 to 19 May 2019 and will be completed in 7 phases. The results will be announced on 23 May 2019.

On 11 April, Phase-1 voting will be held in 91 Constituencies across 20 states, as listed below.

Abbreviations:

  • ST: Scheduled Tribe – Reserved seat
  • SC: Scheduled Caste – Reserved seat

Andhra Pradesh

1.Araku (ST)
2.Srikakulam
3.Vizianagaram
4.Visakhapatnam
5.Anakapalle
6.Kakinada
7.Amalapuram (SC)
8.Rajahmundry
9.Narsapuram
10.Eluru
11.Machilipatnam
12.Vijayawada
13.Guntur
14.Narasaraopet
15.Bapatla (SC)
16.Ongole
17.Nandyal
18.Kurnool
19.Anantapur
20.Hindupur
21.Kadapa
22.Nellore
23.Tirupati (SC)
24.Rajampet
25.Chitoor (SC)

Arunachal Pradesh

1.Arunachal West
2.Arunachal East

Assam

1.Tezpur
2.Kaliabor
3.Jorhat
4.Dibrugarh
5.Lakhimpur

Bihar

1.Aurangabad
2.Gaya (SC)
3.Nawada
4.Jamui (SC)

Chhattisgarh

1.Bastar (ST)
Jammu & Kashmir
1.Baramulla
2.Jammu

Maharashtra

1.Wardha
2.Ramtek (SC)
3.Nagpur
4.Bhandara-Gondiya
5.Gadchiroli-Chimur (ST)
6.Chandrapur
7.Yavatmal-Washim

Manipur

1.Outer Manipur (ST)

Meghalaya

1.Shillong (ST)
2.Tura (ST)

Mizoram

1.Mizoram (ST)

Nagaland

1.Nagaland

Odisha

1.Kalahandi
2.Nabarangpur (ST)
3.Berhampur
4.Koraput (ST)

Sikkim

1.Sikkim

Telangana

1.Adilabad (ST)
2.Peddapalle (SC)
3.Karimnagar
4.Nizamabad
5.Zahirabad
6.Medak
7.Malkajgiri
8.Secunderabad
9.Hyderabad
10.Chevella
11.Mahbubnagar
12.Nagarkurnool (SC)
13.Nalgonda
14.Bhongir
15.Warangal (SC)
16.Mahabubabad (ST)
17.Khammam

Tripura

1.Tripura West

Uttar Pradesh

1.Saharanpur
2.Kairana
3.Muzzafarnagar
4.Bijnor
5.Meerut
6.Baghpat
7.Ghaziabad
8.Gautam Buddha Nagar

Uttarakhand

1.Tehri-Garhwal
2.Garhwal
3.Almora (SC)
4.Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar
5.Hardwar

West Bengal

1.Coochbehar (SC)
2.Alipurduars (ST)

Andaman & Nicobar Islands

1.Andaman & Nicobar Islands
2.Lakshadweep (ST)

Some of the big fights to watch out:

Andhra Pradesh

Seat: Visakhapatnam

  • Bharat Mathukumilli (TDP)
  • Daggubati Purandeswari (BJP)
  • MVV Satyanarayana (YSRCP)

This is an interesting fight with BJP’s Ms Purandeswari, former Union minister and former CM NT Rama Rao’s daughter. Known as the southern Sushma Swaraj, she is expected to give a strong fight to TDP’s Bharat Mathukumilli and YSRCP candidate MVV Satyanarayana.

Seat: Vijayawada

  • Kesineni Srinivas-Nani (TDP)
  • Potluri V. Prasad (YSRCP)
  • Naraharisetty Narasimharao (INC)
  • Kilaru Dilip (BJP)

Arunachal Pradesh

Seat: Arunachal West

  • Kiren Rijiju (BJP)
  • Nabam Tuki (INC)
  • Subu Kechi (PPA)

Union Minister of State for Home Affairs Kiren Rijiju (BJP) has a tougher fight this time with Nabam Tuki (INC) and Subu Kechi (PPA). The controversy around the Citizenship Amendment Bill has impacted the usual voter base.

Assam

Seat: Kaliabor

  • Gaurav Gogoi (INC)
  • Moni Madhab Mahanta (AGP)
  • Abdul Aziz (NPP)

The former Assam CM Tarun Gogoi’s son, Gaurav Gogoi is up against a tough candidate in MM Mahanta (AGP) and Abdul Aziz (NPP). NPP is a dark horse across the northeast in these elections. The Citizenship Amendment Bill is a sensitive issue in this state.

Bihar

Seat: Gaya

  • Jitan Ram Majhi (HAM)
  • Vijay Kumar (JDU)

Seat: Jamui (SC)

  • Chirag Kumar Paswan (LJSP)
  • Upendra Ravidas (BSP)
  • Bhudeo Choudhary (RLSP)

Jamui is a Paswan family stronghold, and Chirag Paswan, son of LJSP leader Ram Vilas Paswan, should have it easy here.

Jammu & Kashmir

Seat: Baramulla

  • Mohammad Akbar Lone (NC)
  • Abdul Qayoom Wani (PDP)
  • Jahangir Khan (NPP)
  • Haji Farooq Ahmad Mir (INC)
  • Engineer Rashid (Independent)

Baramulla seat was held by Muzzafar Husain Baig (PDP). This time it will be a fight between Abdul Qayoom Wani (PDP) and Mohammad Lone (NC).

Seat: Jammu

  • Jugal Kishore (BJP)
  • Raman Bhalla (INC)
  • Prof Bhim Singh (NPP)

Maharashtra

Seat: Nagpur

  • Nitin Gadkari (BJP)
  • Nana Patole (INC)
  • Mohammad Jamal (BSP)

This fight is expected to be a one-sided contest in favour of Union Minister Nitin Gadkari.

Seat: Chandrapur

  • Ahir Hansraj (BJP)
  • Balubhau alias S N Dhanorkar (INC)
  • Sushil Segoji Wasnik (BSP)

Meghalaya

Seat: Tura

  • Agatha K Sangma (NPP)
  • Dr Mukul Sangma (INC)
  • Rikman Garrey Momin (BJP)

Expect Agatha Sangma, sister of NPP leader Conrad Sangma, to walk away with an easy win.

Telangana

Seat: Nizamabad

  • Kalvakuntla Kavitha (TRS)
  • Arvind Dharmapuri (BJP)
  • Madhu Goud Yaskhi (INC)

Telangana CM K Chandrasekhar Rao’s daughter Kavitha should win this seat easily as TRS has a strong hold over most parts of Telangana.

Seat: Secunderabad

  • TSK Yadav (TRS)
  • Anjan Kumar Yadav (INC)
  • G Kishan Reddy (BJP)

Seat: Hyderabad

  • Asaduddin Owaisi (AIMIM)
  • Pusthe Srikanth (TRS)
  • Dr Bhagavanth Rao (BJP)
  • Mohammed Firoze Khan (INC)

AIMIM Chief Asaddudin Owaisi is expected to retain the seat. The TRS has put up a weak candidate against him for a token fight.

Seat: Khammam

  • Renuka Chowdhury (INC)
  • Nama Nageswr Rao (TRS)
  • Devaki Vasudeva Rao (BJP)

Former Union Minister Renuka Chaudhury (INC) hopes for the win here, but Nama Nageswr Rao (TRS) is not going to let go the seat so easily.

Uttar Pradesh

Seat: Muzzafarnagar

  • Ajit Singh (RLD)
  • Sanjeev Balyan (BJP)

This is a big fight. Ajit Singh’s political career is at stake as he hopes to make a comeback in this Jat stronghold region, however, sitting MP Sanjeev Balyan (BJP) is expected to put up a strong show and may well win this seat again.

Seat: Meerut

  • Haji Mohammad Yaqoob (BSP)
  • Rajendra Agarwal (BJP)
  • Harendra Agarwal (INC)

Seat: Baghpat

  • Jayant Chaudhary (RLD)
  • Dr Satyapal Singh (BJP)

Seat: Ghaziabad

  • VK Singh (BJP)
  • Dolly Sharma (INC)
  • Suresh Bansal (SP)

Former Army Chief and Minister of State for External Affairs Gen VK Singh was a new entrant to politics in 2014. In 2019, he faces a tough challenge from both Suresh Bansal (SP) and Dolly Sharma (INC).

Seat: Gautam Buddha Nagar

  • Dr Mahesh Sharma (BJP)
  • Dr Arvind Kumar Singh (INC)
  • Satveer (BSP)

This seat has been a stronghold of the Union Minister of State for Culture (Independent Charge) Dr Mahesh Sharma who has nurtured this constituency for a long time. Expect him to win again.

Uttarakhand

Seat: Garhwal

  • Manish Khanduri (INC)
  • Tirath Singh Rawat (BJP)

Former Uttarakhand CM Gen Khanduri’s son, Manish Khanduri  (INC) hopes to win here, but Tirath Singh Rawat (BJP) is expected to put up a stiff fight.

Seat: Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar

  • Ajay Bhatt (BJP)
  • Harish Rawat (INC)

The five-time MP, former CM, and former Union Minister, Harish Rawat (INC), hopes for a sixth win this year. Ajay Bhatt (BJP) may end up spoiling the party for Harish Rawat.

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2019 Lok Sabha elections will be held from 11 April 2019. The results will be announced on 23 May 2019.


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