Lok Sabha Election 2019 LIVE Updates: TMC-Congress workers clash
Lok Sabha Election 2019 Third Phase Polling for 117 seats in 15 states today For the third phase of Lok Sabha elections 2019, till 3 pm, 47.10 percent of the turnout was recorded in Uttar Pradesh. By 3 pm, 45 percent in Mainpuri and 50 percent voting in the Eta Lok Sabha constituency. In the third phase, the reputation of many veterans, including BJP President Amit Shah and Congress President Rahul Gandhi, is at stake. There are several VVIP voters, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, LK Advani and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who will use their franchise in different Lok Sabha constituencies of the country. Elections will be held for 543 seats of Lok Sabha in seven phases of voting till May 19. Results come on May 23 Today, in the third phase, Gujarat has 26, Kerala has 20, Maharashtra has 14, Karnataka 14, Karnataka 10, Uttar Pradesh 10, Chhattisgarh 7, Odisha 6, Bihar 5, West Bengal 5, Assam 4, Goa 2, Polling is going on in 1-1 seats of Jammu-Kashmir, Dadar Nagar Haveli, Daman Diu and Tripura.
04:50 pm: Varun Gandhi, a candidate from the Pilibhit parliamentary constituency of Bharatiya Janata Party, reached a polling booth. Here some moderators urged them to take selfies. Varun did not disappoint these voters. Varun took shelter with many voters, looking at selfies.
04:25 PM: Ranveer Sharma has declared the Congress candidate for the Agra North Assembly by-election.
04:22 pm: Senior Congress leader Ahmed Patel voted in a polling booth in Bharuch in Gujarat. After voting on the question of contesting Priyanka Gandhi’s election, he said that if the party asks him, he will definitely contest the election. However, he said that Congress President Rahul Gandhi will take a decision after taking advice from the rest.
04:09 PM: In the third phase of Lok Sabha elections, 2019, 51.15 percent voting has been cast for 117 seats till 3 PM. Bumper voting is going on for the third phase in West Bengal. By 3 pm, West Bengal has received 67.78 percent of the votes.
04:09 PM: Bumper voting is going on for the third phase in West Bengal. By 3 pm, West Bengal has received 67.78 percent of the votes. If the voting speed remains the same, then the voting percentage can be very high.
04:07 PM: PDP supporters at the Bijbehara polling station in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag district were severely beaten for alleged bogus voting for the polling agent of National Conference.
04:01 PM: Babulal Murmu, a polling agent in Dindajpur, West Bengal, has been found dead in his house. However, the cause of Babulal’s death has not yet been made clear. the police has started to investigate.
03:55 PM: Clouds in Karnataka with heavy rains in many areas of north Kannada. Because of this, the polling booth is showing up empty. If rain is the same, then the percentage of voting can fall significantly.
03:46 PM: An unidentified man in West Bengal attacked with a domestic bomb near Poling Booth No 27-28 located in Raninagar area of Murshidabad. Attempts have been made to scare voters through this bomb blast. Violence is increasing in Bengal during voting. During this a person’s life has been lost.
03:44 PM: Polling booth No. 41, located in Kantpal village in Dhenkanal of Odisha, has died. It is being told that the loss of the officer deployed on duty has led to death.
03:21 PM: For the third phase of Lok Sabha elections 2019, till 3 pm, 47.10 percent voting was registered in Uttar Pradesh. By 3 pm, 45 percent in Mainpuri and 50 percent voting in the Eta Lok Sabha constituency.
03:10 PM: Congress and TMC workers clash during polling in Baligram under Murshidabad in West Bengal. During this time, a voter engaged in the line of polling was killed.
03:00 PM: Former Prime Minister Dr. Manmohan Singh voted in Dispur, Assam. While coming out of the polling booth, there were also a large number of supporters.
02:45 PM: BJP activists beaten NCP worker at SDM office on charges of showing black flags to BJP candidate Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur in Bhopal. It is alleged that she showed black flags during Pragya Thakur’s roadshow.
02:29 PM: PDP leader Mehbooba Mufti in Jammu and Kashmir voted in polling booth number 37D in Bijbehra region of Anantnag district.
02:00 pm: According to the Election Commission data, a total of 37.89 percent of the total voting has been done in the third phase till 1 pm. By one o’clock, 46.61 percent of the turnout was held in Assam.
13:49 pm: Union minister Arun Jaitley voted on a polling booth in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Arun Jaitley is not fighting the Lok Sabha elections this time.
13:35 pm: For the third phase of Lok Sabha elections, Uttar Pradesh has witnessed 35.49 percent voters till 1 PM. At the same time, Odisha recorded 34 per cent turnout till one and West Bengal got 51.90 per cent.
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13:15 pm: Bharatiya Janata Party senior leader LK Advani voted in Shahpur, located in Ahmedabad, Gujarat. Advani is not contesting this election this time. This time BJP President Amit Shah has landed in Gandhinagar constituency.
01:15 PM: A polling booth located in Kannur, Kerala, was stirred by the presence of a snake. After entering the snake in the polling booth, all the voters ran away. After this, the snake holders were called, they caught the snake after which voting started.
12:43 pm: Samajwadi Party patron Mulayam Singh Yadav has come to the polls Mulayam Singh Yadav, at the polling station in Saifai village, came to vote. Before this, Akhilesh Yadav and his wife Dimple reached the polling booth in Saifai village.
2:35 pm: Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Bhupesh Singh Baghel voted in the polling booth number 55 of Durg. On the question of victory or defeat, Baghel said that the people are real judges, the results will be exposed on May 23.
12:15 pm: Cine star Sunny Diol has joined the BJP. They included Defense Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in the BJP. Prior to this, photo of viral viral with Sunny’s national president Amit Shah was made. Such speculation was being made since then. The party has not yet declared candidates from Gurdaspur and Hoshiarpur. It is a discussion that Sunny Diol will be the candidate of the party from Gurdaspur.
12:05 AM: Bhartiya Janta Party has declared Singer Hansraj Hans a candidate from North Western Delhi. Udit Raj’s ticket has been cut. Explain that Udit Raj had threatened the BJP that if he stole his ticket, he would leave the party.
11:55 AM: Voters are seen in front of the weather. Mercury is close to 40 and it’s going to be 12 in the afternoon. At the same time, the number of voters falling in the voting centers in Mainpuri, Phirozabad and Etah is now being seen. Many booths are spread over silence.
11:45 am: Raiding the house of BJP leader Swami Prasad Maurya on the instructions of District Election Officer in Badayun, Uttar Pradesh, continues the raid. BJP candidate Sanghamitra Maurya’s father Swami Prasad was living at the house of the Maurya Rental. The CO City and the City Magistrate have raided.
11:40 am: Senior Congress leader in Karnataka and Mallikarjun Kharge, a candidate from Gulbarga, voted. Today, Lok Sabha elections are going on for 14 seats in Karnataka.
11:20 AM: Congress leader Hardik Patel voted in the polling booth in Viramgam. Voting is going on in all the seats in Gujarat today.
11:10 AM: Famous film actor Mammootty and Mohanlal in Kerala voted in Kochi and Thiruvananthapuram.
10:55 AM: BJP workers in Moradabad in Uttar Pradesh beat one election officer This election officer was posted at booth number 231. It is being told that this election officer had allegedly asked the BJP worker to suppress the election symbol of the Samajwadi party. The investigation of the case started.
10:35 am: Social activist Anna Hazare cast his vote with Ralegan Siddhi of Ahmednagar in Maharashtra. After voting, he inspired people to vote more and more by showing ink on the finger.
10:15 AM: Voting process is going on in Anantnag seat of Jammu and Kashmir for the third phase of Lok Sabha elections 2019. Here a special polling booth has been built for Kashmiri Pandits.
10:20 am: Naxalites have carried out the IED blast incident in the Samari police station area of Balrampur in northern district of Chhattisgarh. It was implanted near the Pachpiddhi Nallah between IED Chunchuna-Pundag-Peeparabaaba. Through this route, polling parties reached the polling booths and the villagers were also going to cast their votes. Nobody came in the grip of the blast and there was no major loss.
10:32 AM: Three workers of TMC were injured after a bomb exploded in West Bengal. The incident took place in Damkal Municipality of Murshidabad. Such incidents have been observed during the elections in West Bengal.
10:15 AM: Uttar Pradesh’s Rampur, Samajwadi party candidate Azam Khan’s son Abdullah has alleged that more than 300 EVMs are not working here. At the same time, he said that the police is threatening people here and due to the malfunction of the machine, the voting is slowing down. Abdullah alleges that the BJP knows that Rampur is going to win a big victory for his father Azam and that is why the EVM is being disturbed here.
10:09 AM: Senior Congress Congress leader and candidate from Thiruvananthapuram, Shashi Tharoor voted on a polling booth in the city.
10:05 AM: In Jammu and Kashmir, Anantnag’s Government Senior Secondary School, located in Khunabal, is being voted in very tight security. The voting here is very slow. Up to 9 in the morning, 1% voting is not even here.
9:39 AM: In the third phase of Lok Sabha elections 2019, 9.30 am in Assam, 12.36% in Assam, 2.29% in Goa, 6.68% in UP, 1.32% in Odisha, 12.60% in Bihar, 0.00% in Jammu and Kashmir, 1.75 in Karnataka %, 2.48% in Kerala, 0.99% in Maharashtra, 1.56% in Tripura, 10.97% in West Bengal and 5.83% in Daman and Diu.
9:30 am: BJP MP Udit Raj from North-West Delhi expressed displeasure over the absence of name in the first list of Lok Sabha candidates in Delhi. Not only that, he tweeted a while ago and said, ‘If I do not give tickets, then I can say goodbye to the party too.’
9:15 am: BJP President Amit Shah voted with his family in Gandhinagar. Amit Shah is contesting for the first time in the Lok Sabha elections. However, before that he has been a five-time legislator.
9:10 am: Gujarat Chief Minister Vijay Rupani and his wife Anjali voted in the Gyan Mandir School in Rajkot. He came to vote with a voter card. Shortly before that said that the weapon of terrorism is IED and the weapon of democracy is voter ID. I think the strength of the voter ID is more than IED.
8:55 AM: Former IAS officer in Odisha and BJP candidate from Bhubaneswar Apjjita Sarangi cast their vote. Here he is contesting the BJD candidate from the former IPS Arup Patnaik.
8:42 AM: The villagers did not participate in the voting process this morning in Patiali of Kasganj in the Eta Lok Sabha area. When this news reached the administration, the SDM reached the spot and assured villagers to take the monkey after the election. After this, the voting process started from 8:30 in the morning.
8:30 AM: After the voting, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said that the weapon of terrorism is IED and the weapon of democracy is voter ID. I think the strength of the voter ID is more than IED. Like bathing in the Kumbh Mela and having holy experience, I feel like voting in the festival of democracy. I appeal to the voters to vote with full enthusiasm and enthusiasm. The voter knows what to do or not to vote. Voters know the discretion of Neer-Kheer. The first time they are voting, these are theirs. They have to vote to make their whole century. Therefore, I will appeal to voters to make 100 percent of the votes.
8:20 am: Supriya Sule of NCP’s in Maharashtra voted on the polling booth of Baramati with her family. Please tell that he is the NCP candidate and current MP from Baramati.
8:15 AM: After voting Modi Modi comes out of polling booth and is walking some distance. He is showing the ink on his finger. Meanwhile, people standing on both sides of the road are shouting Modi-Modi slogans.
7:45 am: Samaywadi Party’s patron Mulayam Singh Yadav’s brother Abhayrao Singh Yadav used his franchise by casting votes.
7:20 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi put vote in Gandhinagar. He voted on a booth installed in a school located in Ranip area of the city under the Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency. PM Modi reached the polling station in an open jeep. Before voting, she came to seek blessings from her mother, Heraben.
7:40 AM: BJP candidate Amit Shah from Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency is standing outside the polling booth in a school located in Ranip area. This is where Prime Minister Narendra Modi will vote himself.
7:35 am: Polling booth number 151 of the Suupaul parliamentary constituency of Bihar has not started voting yet. There was some problem in the voting machine here, after which it has been changed. EVMs are being examined right now.
7:20 am: Prime Minister Narendra Modi has reached Gujarat to vote. Before voting, Modi has come to seek the blessings of his mother Hiraben. They will vote after taking the mother’s blessings. Prime Minister will vote for a booth set up in a school located in Ranip area of the city under the Gandhinagar Lok Sabha constituency.
7:10 AM: In the third phase, the reputation of several veterans including BJP President Amit Shah and Congress President Rahul Gandhi is on stake. There are several VVIP voters, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, LK Advani and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley, who will use their franchise in different Lok Sabha constituencies of the country. Elections will be held for 543 seats of Lok Sabha in seven phases of voting till May 19. Results come on May 23
7:05 AM: In Assam, the enthusiasm of the voters is getting energized. There are long lines out of the polling booths here. Before 7 o’clock, people had reached for voting.
7:00 am: Polling has started for the third phase of Lok Sabha elections 2019. There are several VVIP voters, including Prime Minister Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, LK Advani and Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
6:50 AM: The third phase also includes the Tripura East seat, where the second phase was to be held on 18th April. But considering the law and order situation, the Election Commission had postponed the voting for the third phase.
6:45 am: Preparation is going on for voting in the third phase of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 on Polling Station No. 196 and 196 in Chhattisgarh Raipur. Polling will start from 7 am.
Significantly, in the 2014 elections, the NDA won more than half of the seats in the third phase of 117 seats. There were 67 seats in the NDA account. The BJP alone had won in 62 seats, and Shiv Sena got four more LJP seats in one seat. While there were 26 seats in the UPA’s part, 16 of them had Congress.