Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Live Updates NDA is leading with More than 325 seats
Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Live Updates: The waiting clock is over. Trend of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 is coming out. There may be some delay in final results, as has already been announced by the Election Commission. The Election Commission has expressed the hope that final results of the counting of votes may take up to 10 o’clock in the evening or more. However, the trends begin to appear in a little while.
What will be the future political picture of the world’s largest democratic country, in opposition to the opposition on the EVM over doubt over EVM, today it will be decided. Who has more than 60 million out of 90 crore voters in the country for the next five years, will also get the curtain off.
Who will get the Taj and who will be in the election battle for Prime Minister Narendra Modi versus Rahul Gandhi and the Opposition for nearly two months, it will also be clear. At the same time, when the results are not favorable, the incidents of violence of opposition leaders have been taken seriously by the Union Home Ministry. The Ministry has asked the Chief Secretaries and DGPs of all the states of the country to be alert in view of the fears of violence on Thursday.
Since the law and order is completely under the state government, the state governments have been asked to maintain it even on the day of counting. DGP and Chief Secretaries were asked to keep a sufficient number of police forces in the counting centers so that any unpleasant event could be stopped.
Under the Lok Sabha elections, counting of 542 parliamentary seats in the country will start counting on Thursday at 8 a.m. Due to the first time matching the voter-verified paper audit papers (VVPAT) with EVM calculation, there is a possibility of results by late evening.
11:15: Congress’s churning started between the counting of votes, Rahul Gandhi reached Priyanka Gandhi of Milan
11.08: Prime Minister Narendra Modi will go to BJP office in the evening.
11.00: TMC Candidate from Basirhat seat of West Bengal and Film Actress Nusrat where is ahead.
10.55: Narendra Modi is going ahead with 70 thousand votes from Varanasi seat. Shalini Roy of the alliance is second and Congress’ Ajay Rai is at third place.
10.50: Sunny Deol from Gurdaspur seat 14000, Hema Malini 16000 from Mathura seat, Hansraj Hans in Delhi ahead of 40000 votes
10.40: In all the 542 seats trends, the NDA has 338, the UPA is 102 and others rise to 102 seats.
10.30: BJP president Amit Shah from Gandhinagar in Gujarat ahead of 125,000 votes
10.26: In the Amethi, the thorn of the thorn between Rahul and the memory, the changing electoral equation changing momentarily. At the moment, Smriti Irani is moving forward.
10.24: BJP has created an edge over the seven Lok Sabha seats in Delhi.
10.20: BJP candidate Jaya Prada is proceeding from Rampur. Azam Khan is lagging behind.
10.11: BJP nominee Ravi Shankar Prasad ahead of Patna Sahib, Congress candidate Shatrughan Sinha is behind.
10.05: In Madhya Pradesh BJP is ahead in 18 seats, Congress 11 ahead, while in Uttarakhand the BJP has increased in five seats.
9.55- Rahul Gandhi has caught the speed in Amethi Rahul is currently ahead of 1700 votes.
9.50- Ravishankar Prasad is going ahead with Patna Sahib in Bihar. The subject belonging to the Uri seat is behind.
9.40- Akhilesh Yadav is going ahead from Azamgarh. Right from Kannauj, his wife Dimple Yadav also made an edge. Sonia Gandhi is leading with 7000 votes from Rae Bareli.
9.35- In the trends, the NDA led by Modi has made an edge. NDN has crossed the figure of 300, for the time being.
9.30- In the initial trends, the BJP-led alliance NDA is seeing a majority. Let’s tell that Kanhaiya Kumar is following in Begusarai of Bihar. Giriraj Singh from Begusarai ahead of 15000 votes.
9.25- In the Congress stronghold of Amethi, BJP candidate Smriti Irani is leading with 6000 votes. Rahul Gandhi is quite behind Irani.
9.20- In the initial trends, NDA has crossed the majority figure. PM Narendra Modi is ahead of 21336 votes in Varanasi.
9.15- Congress President Rahul Gandhi is in the electoral fray from two Lok Sabha seats. At present, Rahul is ahead of 5000 votes in Wayanad. Right there, she is following behind Amethi.
9.00- Senior Congress leader Digvijay Singh from Madhya Pradesh Bhopal, Jyotiraditya Scindia from Guna and Vivek Tanaka from Jabalpur are following.
8.55: In the trends that are coming from Amethi, Irani is recreating Rahul Gandhi. At the moment, Iran is leading ahead with 2000 votes. Sonia Gandhi has created an edge from Rae Bareli.
8.50: Maneka Singh from Sultanpur, Sadhvi Pragya from Bhopal and Nitin Gadkari from Nagpur are proceeding. Jaya Prada from Rampur is lying behind. Talk to West Bengal, Trinamool Congress has got an edge over 7 seats.
8.45: BJP nominee Ravi Kishan is going ahead from Gorakhpur, while Congress candidate Urmila Matondkar is behind Maharashtra.
8.40: Prime Minister Narendra Modi is leading the Varanasi Lok Sabha constituency. On the other hand, Raj Babbar is contesting from Fatehpur Sikri of Congress. Against Babbar, the BJP has fielded Raj Kumar Chahar, the BSP has fielded Shri Bhagwan Sharma alias Guddu Pandit.
8.35: Rahul Gandhi is following from Amethi, while Smriti Irani, at the moment, has made an edge. Amit Shah from Gandhinagar, Lucknow Rajnath Singh, Sunny Deol from Gurdaspur is ahead.
8.33: Mulayam Singh from Mainpuri, BSP is moving forward from UP’s Amla.
8.32: Congress president Rahul Gandhi ahead of Wayanad ahead.
8.30: A tough fight between the BJP and the general body in Uttar Pradesh.
8.20: The trend has started coming. For the first time in the initial trends, NDA 62, UPA 20, and 2 other seats ahead.
8.15: In the initial trends, the NDA has increased. At present, the NDA is ahead in 42 seats and UPA is ahead in 20 seats.
8.05: Photos of counting of votes are coming out in Bangalore. Counting of votes has begun at the counting center at Mount Carmel School.
8.00: Counting has started for 542 seats of Lok Sabha. From now on, the trend will start coming soon. However, results will take a little while. It has already been announced by the Election Commission.
7.40: Today the decision of the fate of 8,040 candidates, is going to start shortly after the counting of votes. Security forces have been deployed at the counting centers.
7.35: Counting is going to start in just 20 minutes. Election results will be announced late in the evening.
7.30: People from Kalpetta, Wayanad (where Congress president Rahul Gandhi is in the electoral fray) in Kerala, people have been gathering outside the counting centers. A large number of people have reached there.
7.25: Congress candidate from Bhopal Lok Sabha seat Digvijay Singh has left for counting center. Before leaving for the polling station, he said that winning is 100 percent trust.
7.20: Congress candidate Ajay Maken from New Delhi Lok Sabha seat is contesting against BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi. He said that the results will definitely be in favor of the Congress. We are hoping that Congress will win and form the government. Rahul Gandhi will be PM in Delhi The battle between BJP and Congress
7.15: Security forces have been deployed at all polling stations including Kolkata, West Bengal, Kolkata and Jalandhar in West Bengal.
7.10: From Gorakhpur, BJP candidate and actor Ravi Kishan took the blessings of God before the counting began.
7: BJP candidate Umesh Jadhav from Kalaburgi contesting against Congress candidate Mallikarjun Kharge, said that Narendra Modi would become PM and I hope that I will win the seat. After this, within a day or two, the coalition government is going to fall on its own and then the BJP will form the government.
6.57: BJP candidate from Bengaluru South constituency Rasya Surya said, “I am sure we will win.” I am confident that I will be able to contribute to law and policy making in this country.
6.55- BJP candidate from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala, Kumamam Rajshekharan said that for the development of the state and the welfare of its people, I think Kerala should move with the NDA government in Delhi. Now that Kerala is coming in mainstream, I am very confident that I will win in the elections.
6.53- Jd (S) Mandya candidate from Karnataka, Nikhil Kumaraswamy worshiped at Chamundeswari temple in Meu before counting.
6.50- Security forces have been deployed at all the counting centers at Bangalore, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra and everywhere.
6.45- BJP candidate from Kerala’s Thiruvananthapuram constituency, Kummanam Rajasekharan Ayyaguru Ashram, worshiped in Thikoud. Rajasekharan was fielded against Congress candidate Shashi Tharoor and Leftist Democratic Front candidate C. Divakaran.
6.40- Voted in seven phases
The Lok Sabha elections of 2019 were fought in seven phases. Polling for the first phase on 11th April was followed by the last phase of voting on May 19. In the first phase, 91 seats in the second, 97 in the third, 117 in the third, 71 in the fourth, 51 in the fifth and 59-59 seats in the sixth and seventh seats were cast. Voting was done on 542 seats out of 543 seats, Vellore seat in Tamil Nadu was voted because of security reasons.
6.30- More than 8000 candidates in the field
More than 8000 candidates are contesting 542 seats. Nearly 67.11 percent of 90.99 crore voters have exercised their franchise in the polling in seven phases. This is the highest voting in Indian parliamentary elections.
6.20- for the first time EVM and VVPAT slip will be matching
For the first time in the Lok Sabha elections, the results of Electronic Voting Machines will be matched with the extract from paper trail machines. It will be in five polling stations in the assembly per assembly area. The Election Commission has so far not provided the number of counting centers on Thursday.
6.00- First counting of postal ballots
According to the procedure, first of all the postal ballots will be counted. The number of voters (service voters) on duty is about 18 lakhs. These include the Armed Forces, the Central Police and the State Police Force personnel, who are deployed outside their parliamentary constituency. Diplomatic and staff posted in Indian embassies abroad are also service voters. Out of these 18 lakh registered voters, 16.49 lakhs had sent postal ballots to their Returning Officers on 17th May. An Election Commission official said that it will take at least a few hours to count postal ballots with hands. The parchments coming out of paper trail machines will be counted at the end.