Lok Sabha Election 2019: In the fourth phase, 45 seats out of 71 seats BJP
In the three phases of Lok Sabha Election 2019, more than half of the Lok Sabha has been voted and now all the eyes have been stuck on the lok Sabha Electopn 2019 fourth phase. There is an equality in both phases: Like the third phase, the fourth phase is also the BJP’s biggest bet. In this phase, the 71 constituencies of nine states, including Uttar Pradesh, Bihar, Bengal, Maharashtra, Jharkhand, Odisha, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan and Jammu and Kashmir, will go to polls on April 29, out of which 45 candidates of BJP will contest in the last elections. The mantle of victory was hoisted.
Uttar Pradesh is the most important of the nine states in the fourth phase. In the elections of April 29, 2019, the state has to vote in 13 seats. 12 of these are in the possession of the BJP while Khera is MP from the SP on the Lok Sabha seat. Similarly, for all the 13 seats in Rajasthan, which was to be cast, BJP candidates won the last election. Apart from this, there are six BJP MPs in six seats in Madhya Pradesh (Sidhi, Shahdol, Jabalpur, Mandla, Balaghat), while Chhindwara’s traditional seat is in the possession of Congress. Kamal Nath of Congress has been winning from Chhindwara seat since 1980.
After Uttar Pradesh and Madhya Pradesh, there is a lot of BJP at stake in Bihar, Maharashtra, Rajasthan and Jharkhand. Three of Bihar’s five seats will go to polls on April 29, three of them (Darbhanga, Ujiyarpur, Begusarai) had won in the last election, while in the remaining two seats (Samastipur and Munger) Ram Vilas Paswan’s Lok Janshakti Party ( LJP candidates were won. In this way, the five seats of Bihar were with the BJP and its allies in the NDA. This is also the case with Jharkhand. There will be three seats in this state on April 29. The BJP occupies the three seats (Chataar, Lohardaga and Palamu). Shiv Sena got victory in the last Lok Sabha elections on BJP and eight in eight of the 17 seats that are to be held in Maharashtra. In Rajasthan, there will be 13 constituencies in the fourth phase. All of these seats went to BJP’s account.
Unlike in UP, Bihar, Madhya Pradesh, Rajasthan, Maharashtra and Jharkhand, West Bengal and Odisha were dominated by the anti-BJP parties in the last Lok Sabha elections. In eight of the eight seats in Bengal, which will be cast in the next phase of Lok Sabha Elections in 2019, Mamta Banerjee’s Trinamool Congress and the Congress and the BJP occupy one seat in each of the six seats. The BJP had won from Asansol seat, whereas the Congress party had come to the seat of Baharampur. The six seats in Odisha that are to be held are in the possession of the Biju Janata Dal. In addition to these eight states, voting in Jammu and Kashmir’s Anantnag will also be held on April 29. This is the only seat in the country which is being voted in lok sabha election 2019 three phases. This seat is still empty.