Lok Sabha Election 2nd Phase Polling: The fate of the leaders, know how many seats will be on the vote
The noise of the Lok Sabha Election 2019 2nd Phase Polling has stopped. Elections will be held on Tuesday 18 April for the 96 Lok Sabha seats. Voter seat of Tamil Nadu has been postponed by the Election Commission. There will be eight seats in Uttar Pradesh, five in Bihar, three in Chhattisgarh, two in Jammu and Kashmir, five in Odisha and three in West Bengal. The reputation of big leaders like Hema Malini, Rajbabbar, Tariq Anwar, SP Singh Baghel, Farooq Abdullah, Jitendra Singh is at stake.
Uttar Pradesh (8/80)
In the second phase of Lok Sabha elections, the eight seats in which polling will be held on Thursday will be the real test of SP and RLD alliance. The BJP is pushing the heel to keep its supremacy alive.
State Bureau, Lucknow: Nagina is a safe seat in Bijnor district. From this area, BSP chief Mayawati herself wanted to contest elections, but the decision was changed on an appointed time. Girish Chandra of BSP is contesting as a coalition candidate and BJP has fielded MP Yashwant. The match here has made the Congress Omvati a trio.
Aligarh: A total of 14 candidates are in the fray to challenge the BJP MP from Aligarh, Satish Gautam. Dr. Ajit Bialan is the candidate from the alliance. Deepak Chaudhary is from the Congress’s Bijender Singh and the progressive Samajwadi Party.
Agra: From BJP’s Agra reserved seat, BJP has fielded animal fund minister SP Singh Baghel in place of MP Ramshankar Katheria. The BSP has tried to break the BJP’s dominance by fielding Manoj Kumar Soni and Congress by fielding Preeta Hurit.
Mathura: Hema Malini is in the field to save her seat on Mathura seat. Coalition is the challenge. Kunwar Narendra Singh is the candidate from the RLD seat, and Congress has Mahesh Pathak in the fray.
Fatehpur Sikri: Congress in Fatehpur Sikri seat is in Rajbabbar ground in the state president. At the same time BJP has brought the new face Rajkumar Chahar to the ticket of MP Babulal. The BSP has given ticket to former MLA Shri Bhagwan Sharma alias Guddu Pandit.
Bulandshahr: From the Bulandshahr constituency, the BJP MP from Bhola Singh, the BSP from Yogesh Verma and the Congress, have made the contest trivial to the Banshi Singh Paharia, by placing the contest.
Amroha: The BJP has conveyed confidence to MP Kunwar Singh Tanwar from Amroha, on behalf of the coalition, BSP’s Kunar Danish Ali is in the fray. The Congress has fielded Matlub Ahmed by Sachin Chaudhary and the progressive Samajwadi Party of Shivpal Yadav.
Hathras: This time from Hathras, the BJP has made Rajveer Dharar a candidate for Rajesh Kumar Divakar’s place, whereas in the coalition, seven candidates, including Ramji Lal Suman of SP and Triloki Ram of Congress, remain in the challenge.
In Bihar the eyes of the entire country are. Here’s politics. Nitish Kumar is the biggest test in the second phase. In the second phase, Bihar will get five seats. Four of the five parliamentary constituencies (Bhagalpur, Banka, Purnia, Kishanganj and Katihar) of this tour are still in the backdrop of the opposition alliance. Purnia is in the NDA’s account. BJP and JDU were not together in 2014. But this time the equations have changed. The current MP from Banka is RJD’s Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav. He last won only five thousand votes. The seat of Bhagalpur is also near RJD. Jaya’s Ajay Kumar Mandal is the candidate from the NDA. Similarly, Purnea seat is near Santosh Kumar Kushwaha of JDU. He is also contesting this constituency this time too. Last time, Tariq Anwar of NCP won from Katihar. This time too he is in the field, but on Congress ticket. This time from the NDA, Jundu’s dulal Chandra Goswami is knocking. Nation candidate from Kishanganj, Syed Mahmood Ashraf of Judeo.
West Bengal (3/42)
Tikona is contesting between BJP, Congress, Trinamool and CPI (M) in Darjeeling, Jalpaiguri and Raiganj.
Siliguri: In the Darjeeling parliamentary area, both mountain and plains come in the terrain. Therefore, the problems here are also different from other parliamentary constituencies. In the mountain where the Gurkhas are the main issue of Asmita, the miserable condition of tea gardens and the miserable condition of the workers working there is also an election issue. The issue of NRC is also prominent. BJP has occupied this seat for ten years.
Raiganj: In the 2014 elections, CPI (M) candidate Mohammed Salim defeated Deepdas Mushi of Congress. This time also both are in the ground. Besides, Kanhaiya Lal Agarwal from Trinamool and Devshree Chaudhary from BJP are the candidates. The issue of BJP candidate Devshree Choudhary is to work together in the interest of unemployed youths and farmers besides development of everyone. There is a quadrangular fight between the CPI (M), Congress, Trinamool and BJP.
Jammu and Kashmir (2/6)
In the parliamentary seat of the Jammu division, there is a collision between the Congress and the BJP to save the stronghold.
Jammu: Elections on the Srinagar-Badgam parliamentary seat in Jammu division’s Udhampur-Doda and Kashmir division. Srinagar-Badgam seat plays an important role in deciding the Indo-Pak relations directly and indirectly by affecting the province from the state to the Delhi. In the 2014 elections of Udhampur-Doda, defeating Ghulam Nabi Azad, the Minister of State for the Prime Minister’s Office, Dr. Jitendra Singh is in the fray for the victory. Congress candidate Vikramaditya Singh is son of Dr. Karan Singh Harshdev Singh, who was a Congress MP, was twice elected Congress MP Chaudhary Lal Singh and three times Ramnagar MLA Harshdev Singh is also raising the challenge. At the same time, the President of the National Conference and former Chief Minister Dr. Farooq Abdullah in the Srinagar-Badgam seat is in the fray. In the 2014 elections, Tariq Hameed Kar of People’s Democratic Party defeated the NC’s politics by defeating him in this seat.
Between Naxalite Threats There is a collision between BJP and Congress. The BJP has to protect its three seats.
Raipur: In the second phase of Chhattisgarh, the three seats are in the form of Naxalite dread on the election of Kanker, Rajnandgaon and Mahasamund. Security has been increased after the incident of BJP MLA’s killing and killing of four jawans in Naxal attack. The three seats are in the BJP’s possession.
Kanker: Adivasi reservation This constituency includes assembly seats of Kondagaon, Dhamtari and Ballad districts too. Congress has been longing for victory over the last three general elections. This time the party has fielded Birresh Thakur. We are fighting the rights of Adivasis. BJP has given ticket to Mohan Mandavi.
Mahasamund: Congress has given ticket to Dhanendra Sahu, who was elected MLA from Abhanpur for the second consecutive time from this seat. Sahoo has been a former state president of the party and a minister in the first government of the state from undivided Madhya Pradesh. This time, the ministers were angry with not being made. On the other hand, BJP has given ticket to Chunnilal Sahu from here. Sahu is a former MLA of the party. On the ticket of BSP, Dhansingh Kosariya is trying his luck here.
Rajnandgaon: This is also the assembly constituency of former Chief Minister Dr. Raman Singh. All eyes will be seen in this seat. Congress gave ticket to its former MLA Bholaram Sahu from here. Sahu was elected MLA from Khuji seat in 2013. The party did not give him a ticket in 2018. At the same time, the BJP has cut the ticket of Raman MP Son Abhishek Singh and has bet on the new face as Santosh Pandey.
Voting on Kandhamal, Balangir, Bargarh, Sundergarh and Aska Kharavel is in the hands of the BJP in Kandhamal.
Bhubaneswar: In the five seats, the Congress and the Left are trying to make the battle of the BJD and the BJP triangular. Talking about Sundergarh seat, BJP leader and central minister Jugal Oram is giving a ticket to Congress leader and daughter of former Chief Minister Hemanand Bishwale, Sunita, and tribal leader and Birmitrapur MLA George Tirki on the Congress ticket. The fight in Balangir is in Bhabi and Devar. BJP’s Sangeeta Kumari Singhdev seems to be the sister-in-law of Kalikesh Narayan Singh of BJD. When Kalikesh had won the last time, Sangeeta has won the Lok Sabha elections in 1999, 2000 and 2004. Millionaire Sangeeta of Rs 65 crores is among the richest candidates in the state. She is the wife of Kanakvardhan Singhdev, former BJP state president. Congress has given a ticket to Samirendra Mishra, who has returned to India by MBM in England and is trying to get stuck in politics. From Kandhamal, BJD has fielded its Rajya Sabha member Achyutananda Samant. Whereas BJP has joined the BJP in the former BJD leader Kharvel Swai, the party has made it a candidate here. Manoj Acharya is on the Congress ticket. The fight is tight.
Five seats of Assam: Karimganj, Silchar, Mangaladai, Autonomous District, Naogaon.
Karnataka 14 seats: Uddu-Chikmagalur, Hassan, South Kannada, Chitradurga, Tumkur, Mandya, Mysore, Chamrajnagar, Bengaluru Rural, Bengaluru North, Bangalore Central, Bengaluru South, Chikkaballapur, Kolar
10 seats of Maharashtra: Buldhana, Akola, Amravati, Hingoli, Nanded, Parbhani, Beed, Osmanabad, Latur, Solapur.
One of Manipur: Manipur ‘Tripura: Tripura West’ Puducherry: Puducherry
Tamil Nadu: 38 seats in Tamil Nadu: Thiruvallur, Chennai North, Chennai South, Chennai Central, Sriperumbudur, Kanchipuram, Arakonam, Krishnagiri, Dharmapuri, Tiruvannamalai, Arani, Vilupuram, Kallakurichi, Salem, Namakkal, Erode, Tiruppur, Nilgiri, Coimbatore, Polachi, Dindigul, Karur, Tiruchirapalli, Perambalur, Kudalor, Chidambaram, Mayiladuthurai, Nagapattinam, Thanjavur, Shivanganga, Madurai, Theni, Virudhunagar, Ramanathapuram, Thoothukud , Tencasi, Tirunelveli, Kanyakumari. Voting on one seat Vellore has been postponed.