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Odisha Elections Update 2019

6:50 PM - Ganeshi Lal Accepts Resignation of Naveen Patnaik

6:50 PM

Ganeshi Lal Accepts Resignation of Naveen Patnaik
 
Election Results 2019
 
As per recent results update, Governor of Odisha, Ganeshi Lal accepts the Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik's resignation.
Odisha's Lok Sabha Elections Update 2019
4:02 PM 
 
Odisha's Lok Sabha Elections Update 2019
 
Today in Odisha fourth and final phase of Lok Sabha elections 2019 are conducted. Also, four polling booths in the state are reported to be managed by differently-abled people.
Update on Upcoming Lok Sabha Elections 2019- Phase IV
The following 6 Parliamentary Constituencies of Odisha are here in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase IV
  1. Mayurbhanj
  2. Balasore
  3. Bhadrak
  4. Jajpur
  5. Kendrapara
  6. Jagatsinghpur
5:40 PM - Odisha Assembly Constituency Elections Update

5:40 PM

Odisha Assembly Constituency Elections Update

VVPAT of Polling station no. 196 of the 87 Badamba assembly constituency was changed after actual polls commenced, as some errors were detected. Around 134 voters cast their vote through that machine till then. Also, concerned sector officer was seen with a replaced VVPAT at booth.

3:44 PM - Polling Official dies on Duty - Odisha Latest Elections Update
3:44 PM
 
In Odisha a polling official dies on duty - Latest Elections Update 2019, Phase 3
 
As per reports, a polling official in Odisha died after collapsing, while he was on his duty, for lok sabha elections 2019. This incident took place at the booth no 41 of Kantapal village of Dhenkanal.
2:50 PM - Odisha Election Voting Latest Updates 2019
2:50 PM
 
Odisha: Voter turn-out, Lok Sabha Election Voting Latest Updates 2019
 
Today, during Lok Sabha elections an estimate of 18% voters exercised their franchise till 11 am. As per the election official, this percentage is for 6 Lok Sabha and 42 assembly constituencies of Odhisha.
2019 Lok Sabha Elections Phase III News Update
The following 6 Parliamentary Constituencies of Odisha are taking part in Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Phase III
  1. Sambalpur
  2. Keonjhar
  3. Dhenkanal
  4. Cuttack
  5. Puri
  6. Bhubaneswar
Update on Upcoming Lok Sabha Elections- Phase II

5 Parliamentary Constituencies Of Odisha will be taking part In this Lok Sabha Elections of pahse II 2019 as follows:-

  1. Bargarh
  2. Sundargarh
  3. Bolangir
  4. Kandhamal
  5. Aska

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Odisha Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates

StatePhase I (91)Phase II (97)Phase III (115)phaseIV (71)Phase V (51)phase VI (59)Phase VII(59)
Odisha11/Apr18/Apr23/Apr29/Apr---




The state of Odisha is located on the eastern coast of the country. It is the ninth largest state in India area-wise and 11th largest in terms of population. Odisha was established in 1936 as a province under the British Empire and became a part of the Indian Republic in 1950.

Representation of Odisha at the Centre

Odisha sends ten members to the Rajya Sabha. The state has 21 Lok Sabha seats (Parliamentary constituencies). There are five seats reserved for candidates belonging to Scheduled Caste (SC) and four seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribes (ST) candidates. Some important constituencies of Odisha are Cuttack, Bhubaneshwar, Puri, Koraput, Kalahandi, and Balasore.

The state legislature is unicameral and currently it has 147 members.

Main Political Parties

Important national political parties in Odisha are:
  • Indian National Congress (INC)
  • Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
  • Biju Janata Dal (BJD)
  • Bahujan Samaj Party (BSP)
  • Communist Party of India (CPI)
  • Communist Party of India (Marxist) [CPI (M)]
  • Nationalist Congress Party (NCP)
  • Regional parties of Odisha include:
  • Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM)
  • All India Trinamool Congress (AITMC)
  • Janata Dal (United) [JD(U)]
  • Revolutionary Socialist Party (RSP)
  • Samajwadi Party (SP)
Odisha also has a number of registered unrecognized parties. Some of these are:
  • Bharatiya Jan Shakti (BJSH)
  • Kalinga Sena (KS)
  • Lok Satta Party (LSP)

Election History

In the election history of Odisha, three parties namely INC, Janata Dal (JD) and currently the BJD have played the dominant role. INC was in power from 1946 to 1967. But its winning streak was lost in 1967 when the Swatantra Party came to power. It was succeeded by the United Front in 1971. In 1972, INC came back to power and ruled till 1977. In the 1977 elections, it lost to JD. INC made a comeback in the 1980 elections and continued to rule till 1990. In 1990, JD won the elections. In the 1995 elections, INC emerged victorious, but lost to BJD in 2000. Since then, BJD has won the 2004, 2009 and 2014 elections and is currently the most influential party in the state.

In the parliamentary elections, till 1962, INC was the leading party. Congress got back its position in the 1971 elections only to lose it to Bharatiya Lok Dal (BLD) in the 1977 elections. INC made a comeback in 1984 election but in the 1989 elections, Janata Dal became the leading party. In 1991 and 1996 elections, INC won most seats. The BJD contesting Lok Sabha polls for the first time emerged as the leading party in 1998 elections and repeated its performance in 1999, 2004 and 2009 elections. BJP gave satisfactory performance in 1998, 1999 and 2004 elections but failed to secure a single seat in the 2009 elections. In 2014 elections, BJD swept the state winning 20 out of 21 seats, leaving one seat for the BJP.

Major Political Personalities

Some candidates who contested in the 2019 parliamentary elections are:
  • Jual Oram : He is the Vice President of BJP and is a former Union Minister. He contested from the Sundargarh constituency, which he represented in the 15th Lok Sabha also.

  • Satya Mahar : A prominent participant in the Niyamgiri protest movement, Mahar was a AAP candidate from Kalahandi. He is known for his social activism and is the leader of the Sachetan Nagarik Manch, a forum involved in the development of Kalahandi.
Some important political personalities from Odisha who were also members of the 16th Lok Sabha are:
  • Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo : He is a leader of the Biju Janata Dal and represented the Bolangir constituency. He was the youngest member of the Odisha Legislative assembly prior to his election to the Lok Sabha. He was a member of the Public Accounts Committee and Energy Committee.

  • Bibhu Prasad Tarai : He is a leader of the Communist Party of India. He was elected to the 15th Lok Sabha from Jagatsinghpur constituency.

  • Pradeep Kumar Majhi : He is an MP from the INC and represented the Nabarangpur constituency. He worked for the rural and started the Garib Sena organization to monitor implementation of government schemes in Nabarangpur. He created history by asking the maximum number of questions in the 15th Lok Sabha.

Famous Politicians

Some prominent politicians from Odisha are:
  • Biju Patnaik : A World War II veteran, Biju Patnaik participated in India's freedom struggle and also played a role in the Indonesian Independence movement. He was noted for his political acumen and served twice as the Chief Minister of Odisha.

  • Janaki Ballabh Patnaik : He was a politician of the INC. He was the Chief Minister of Odisha from 1980 - 89 and 1995 - 99. He was a former Union Minister and a former governor of Assam.

  • Harekrushna Mahatab : He is a freedom fighter and the first Chief Minister of Odisha after independence. He was also a former Union Minister and served as the Governor of Bombay. He is popularly called 'Utkal Keshari'.

  • Nandini Satpathy : She is a prominent politician from the INC and was the first female Chief Minister of Odisha. She was also the Minister of Information and Broadcasting at the centre, during Indira Gandhi's tenure.

  • Naveen Patnaik : He is the founder of the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) named after his father Biju Patnaik. He is the current Chief Minister of Odisha and has been in office since 2000. He is known for his stand against corruption and was voted the most popular Chief Minister.




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  Election Highlights  
Quick Facts No. of PCs: 21
No. of Polling Days: 4
Polling Dates: 1 April (Phase 1), 18 April (Phase 2), 23 April (Phase 3), 29 April (Phase 4)
Poll Expenditure Limit per Candidate : Rs. 70 lakhs


0disha Parliamentary Constituency Winners 2009



PC No.PC NameCategoryWinning CandidateGenderPartyTotal Votes
1BargarhGENSanjay BhoiMINC397375
2Sundargarh(ST)Hemanand BiswalMINC280054
3SambalpurGENAmarnath PradhanMINC304890
4Keonjhar(ST)Yashbant Narayan Singh LaguriMBJD389104
5Mayurbhanj(ST)Laxman TuduMBJD256648
6BalasoreGENSrikant Kumar JenaMINC313888
7Bhadrak(SC)Arjun Charan SethiMBJD416808
8Jajpur(SC)Mohan JenaMBJD433350
9DhenkanalGENTathagata SatpathyMBJD398568
10BolangirGENKalikesh Narayan Singh DeoMBJD430150
11KalahandiGENBhakta Charan DasMINC401736
12Nabarangpur(ST)Pradeep Kumar MajhiMINC308307
13KandhamalGENRudramadhab RayMBJD315314
14CuttackGENBhartruhari MahtabMBJD465089
15KendraparaGENBaijayant PandaMBJD502635
16Jagatsinghpur(SC)Bibhu Prasad TaraiMCPI457234
17PuriGENPinaki MisraMBJD436961
18BhubaneswarGENPrasanna Kumar PatasaniMBJD400472
19AskaGENNityananda PradhanMBJD419862
20BerhampurGENSidhant MohapatraMBJD319839
21Koraput(ST)Jayaram PangiMBJD312776


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Odisha  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Bargarh12Nabarangpur
2Sundargarh13Kandhamal
3Sambalpur14Cuttack
4Keonjhar15Kendrapara
5Mayurbhanj16Jagatsinghpur
6Balasore17Puri
7Bhadrak18Bhubaneswar
8Jajpur19Aska
9Dhenkanal20Berhampur
10Bolangir21Koraput
11Kalahandi 




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