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2019: Winning Status
2019: Candidate List
2014: Winning Party

Lok Sabha Election Result 2019


Punjab Election Result 2019
Constituency NameCandidatePartyWin/ LeadVotes Margin
AmritsarGurjit Singh AujlaIndian National CongressWin99626
Anandpur SahibManish TewariIndian National CongressWin46884
BathindaHarsimrat Kaur Badal Shiromani Akali DalWin21772
FaridkotMohd. SadiqueIndian National CongressWin83256
Fatehgarh SahibDr. Amar SinghIndian National CongressWin93898
FirozpurSukhbir Singh BadalShiromani Akali DalWin198850
GurdaspurSunny DeolBharatiya Janata PartyWin82459
HoshiarpurSh. Som PrakashBharatiya Janata PartyWin48530
JalandharSantokh Singh ChaudharyIndian National CongressWin19491
Khadoor SahibJasbir Singh GillIndian National CongressWin140573
LudhianaRavneet Singh BittuIndian National CongressWin76372
PatialaPreneet KaurIndian National CongressWin162718
SangrurBhagwant MannAam Aadmi PartyWin110211

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*Map showing the constituency wise Punjab General Election Results 2014.

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Punjab General (Lok Sabha) Elections 2014

During Lok Sabha Elections 2014,13 parliamentary seats in Punjab were contested by several parties, including the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD), and the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP).

The major candidates in Punjab included former chief minister Captain Amarinder Singh (INC) and Arun Jaitley (BJP) from Amritsar; Prem Singh Chandumajra from Anandpur Sahib, along with Harsimrat Kaur Badal from Bathinda and Sher Singh Ghubaya from Ferozpur Parliamentary Constituencies respectively. All three of them contested from Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) party. Moreover, Vinod Khanna and Vijay Sampla contested the elections from the side of The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Other than this, Dr Dharam Vira Gandhi contested from Patiala and Bhagwant Mann fought for the Sangrur Lok Sabha seat from AAP in 2014.

Captain Amarinder Singh, Harsimrat Kaur Badal, Vinod Khanna, Vijay Sampla, Bhagwant Mann and Dr Dharam Vira Gandhi emerged winners, while Arun Jaitley, Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa (SAD), Preneet Kaur (INC) and Ambika Soni (INC) were the prominent losers.

Summary of Punjab Election Results 2014

In 2014 General Elections, Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won 4 seats each respectively, Indian National Congress (INC) won 3 seats, and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the other 2 seats.

Amritsar By Election 2017



AC No.AC NameWinning CandidatePartyVoteRunner_up CandidatePartyVote
2AmritsarGURJEET SINGH AUJLAINC508153RAJINDER MOHAN SINGH CHHINABJP308964


PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP2
Indian National CongressINC3
Aam Aadmi PartyAAP4
Shiromani Akali DalSAD4
Total 13


Constituency Wise Punjab Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
GurdaspurGEN1Vinod KhannaBJPPartap Singh BajwaINC136,065
AmritsarGEN2Captain Amarinder SinghINCArun JaitleyBJP102,770
Khadoor SahibGEN3Ranjit Singh BrahmpuraSADHarminder Singh GillINC100,569
Jalandhar(SC)4Santokh Singh ChaudharyINCPawan Kumar TinuSAD70,981
Hoshiarpur(SC)5Vijay SamplaBJPMohinder Singh KaypeeINC13,582
Anandpur SahibGEN6Prem Singh ChandumajraSADAmbika SoniINC23,697
LudhianaGEN7Ravneet Singh BittuINCHarvinder Singh PhoolkaAAP19,709
Fatehgarh Sahib(SC)8Harinder Singh KhalsaAAPSadhu SinghINC54,144
Faridkot(SC)9Prof. Sadhu SinghAAPParamjit Kaur GulshanSAD172,516
FerozpurGEN10Sher Singh GhubayaSADSunil JakharINC31,420
BathindaGEN11Harsimrat Kaur BadalSADManpreet Singh Badal S/O Gurdas SinghINC19,395
SangrurGEN12Bhagwant MannAAPSukhdev Singh DhindsaSAD211,721
PatialaGEN13Dr. Dharam Vira GandhiAAPPreneet KaurINC20,942
 

Punjab Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Punjab20091GurdaspurGENBajwa, Sardar Partap Singh MINC447994Vinod KhannaMBJP439652
Punjab20092AmritsarGENSidhu, Shri Navjot Singh MBJP392046Om Parkash SoniMINC385188
Punjab20093Khadoor SahibGENAjnala, Dr. Rattan Singh MSAD467980Rana Gurjeet SinghMINC435720
Punjab20094Jalandhar(SC)Kaypee, Shri Mohinder Singh MINC408103Hans Raj HansMSAD371658
Punjab20095Hoshiarpur(SC)Chowdhary, Smt. Santosh FINC358812Som ParkashMBJP358446
Punjab20096Anandpur SahibGENSingh, Shri Ravneet MINC404836Dr. Daljit Singh CheemaMSAD337632
Punjab20097LudhianaGENTewari, Shri Manish MINC449264Gurcharan Singh GalibMSAD335558
Punjab20098Fatehgarh Sahib(SC)Libra, Shri Sukhdev Singh MINC393557Charanjit Singh AtwaMSAD359258
Punjab20099Faridkot(SC)Gulshan, Smt. Paramjit Kaur FSAD457734Sukhwinder Singh DannyMINC395692
Punjab200910FerozpurGENGhubaya, Shri Sher Singh MSAD450900Jagmeet Singh BrarMINC429829
Punjab200911BathindaGENBadal, Smt. Harsimrat Kaur FSAD529472Raninder SinghMINC408524
Punjab200912SangrurGENSingla, Shri Vijay Inder MINC358670Sukhdev Singh DhindsaMSAD317798
Punjab200913PatialaGENKaur, Smt. Preneet FINC474188Prem Singh ChandumajraMSAD376799


 

Punjab Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1GurdaspurGENVinod KhannaMBJP387612Sukhbuns Kaur BhinderMINC362629
2AmritsarGENNavjot Singh SidhuMBJP394223Raghunandan Lal BhatiaMINC284691
By PollsAmritsarGENNavjot Singh Sidhu MBJP444748Surinder Singla MINC367122
3Tarn TaranGENDr. Rattan Singh AjnalaMSAD364646Sukhbinder Singh ( Sukh Sarkaria)MINC308252
4JalandharGENRana Gurjeet SinghMINC344619Naresh GujralMSAD311156
5Phillaur(SC)Charanjit Singh AtwalMSAD324512Santosh ChowdharyMINC225628
6HoshiarpurGENAvinash Rai KhannaMBJP289815Comrade Darshan Singh MattuMCPM185444
7Ropar(SC)Sukhdev Singh LibraMSAD347631Shamsher Singh DulloMINC313994
8PatialaGENPreneet KaurFINC409917Kanwaljit SinghMSAD386250
9LudhianaGENSharanjit Singh DhillonMSAD329234Munish TewariMINC299694
10SangrurGENSukhdev Singh DhindsaMSAD286828Arvind KhannaMINC259551
11Bathinda(SC)Paramjit Kaur GulshanFSAD323394Kaushalya Chaman BhauraMCPI260752
12FaridkotGENSukhbir Singh BadalMSAD475928Karan Kaur BrarMINC340649
13FerozpurGENZora Singh MaanMSAD357102Jagmeet Singh BrarMINC345563




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