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Punjab and Haryana share a common capital named Chandigarh, a city and UT in northern India. However, this city is not a part of any state, it falls under the Union Government because it doesn’t hold a position in any state. Regardless of the fact that this city is housing the LA or legislative assemblies of both these states, along with sharing their capital, this city-state and UT lacks a separate LA despite housing the LAs of these two states and serving as their shared capital.

Election History

Rajiv Kumar, CEC or the Chief Election Commissioner stated that the country's polls will take place on April 19th and will end by June 1, following which the results will be declared on June 4. The Chandigarh Union Territory will hold the elections on June 1, in the seventh phase. Chandigarh is a Lok Sabha parliamentary seat that encompasses the whole Union Territory.

With 74.2% of voters casting ballots in Chandigarh during the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, BJP candidate Kirron Kher defeated former Congressman Pawan Bansal. With a margin of 46,970 votes, she defeated leading opponent Pawan Kumar Bansal to win the Chandigarh Lok Sabha seat.

Recap of 2019 and voting pattern

Registered Voters647,000
First Time voters15,006
Total polling booths614
Winning Party MemberKirron Kher (BJP)

Other candidates in 2019 election

INCPawan Kumar Bansal
AAPHarmohan Dhawan
BSPParveen Kumar
CHKAPAvinash Singh Sharma
BMFPSatybir Singh
INDManjeet Singh Bohat, Yogesh Dhingra, Nidhi Kansal, Ram Kumar, Karan Vasudeva, Sunita, Uday Raj, Akhlesh Kumar, Prem Lata, Raj Kamal Singh, Tejinder Singh Walia, Boots Singh, Devi Sirohi
BMUPSandeep Bidla
BHAPRAPSharmila Johari
JANSPSatish Kumar
BHARPSarabjeet Singh Sohal
BJSAPSanjay Balaan
CPIMLashkar Singh
HSSJagdish Kumar Nidan
BSP(A)Subhash Tamoli
ANCMukesh Pachara
RPI(A)Subash Chander Goyal
RAJPAYograj Sahota
AIFBGurmail Singh
RASLPNawab Ali
SVJSPBhupinder Kaur

Number of Parties competing this time

The last date of filing nominations, as per ECI, is May 14.


On March 16, 2024, the ECI announced the 18th Lok Sabha election calendar. Along with the calendar, it also implemented the Model Code of Conduct or MCC. The 17th Lok Sabha will adjourn on June 16, 2024, at the latest. There are 968 million eligible voters for the 2024 election, up almost 150 million from the last one.

The overall election duration is going to take place for around 44 days. Taking this note, this election will, thus, become the longest held general election in the history of India. Not only this, this will also be the largest election in history worldwide, as it will also exceed the general election in India which took place in 2019. Approximately 960 million people out of 1.4 billion people are eligible to vote in the elections, which are scheduled to take place over the course of a month.

Last Updated on : April 23, 2024

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