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Lok Sabha Elections 2019: Here's the list of constituencies going for polls in second phase

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 15 March 2019, 01:03 PM
The Election Commission has finally sounded the poll bugle and declared the schedule for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 on Sunday. (File photo)
The Election Commission has finally sounded the poll bugle and declared the schedule for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 on Sunday. (File photo)

The Election Commission has finally sounded the poll bugle and declared the schedule for the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 on March 10. The Lok Sabha Elections 2019 will be held in seven phases, starting from April 11. The results will be declared on May 23. The Election Commission said 91 constituencies will go for polls in the first phase on April 11, followed by 97 constituencies in the second phase on April 18. The second phase will be held on April 18, third on April 23 and fourth on April 29, fifth on May 6, sixth on May 12 and seventh phase on May 19. In the first phase, 91 constituencies will go for polls, 97 constituencies in the second phase, 115 constituencies in the third, 71 in the fourth phase, 51 in the fifth phase, 59 in the sixth phase and 59 in the seventh phase.

Andhra Pradesh (25), Arunachal Pradesh (2), Goa (2), Himachal Pradesh (4), Gujarat (26), Haryana (10), Nagaland (1), Meghalaya (2), Kerala (20), Mizoram (1), Sikkim (1), Punjab (13), Telangana (17), Tamil Nadu (39), Chandigarh (1), Uttarakhand (5), Puducherry (1), Daman and Diu (1), Dadara and Nagar Haveli (1), Lakshadweep (1) and Andaman and Nicobar Islands (1) to have a single phase poll. Rajasthan (25), Manipur (2), Tripura (2) and Karnataka (28) to have a two-phase poll, while Assam (14) and Chhattisgarh (11) to face a three-phase poll. Jharkhand (14), Maharashtra (48), Odisha (21) and Madhya Pradesh (29) to have a four-phase poll. Jammu and Kashmir (6) will have five-phase polling and the three big states Uttar Pradesh (80), West Bengal (42) and Bihar (40) to have seven-phase polling. 

Assembly polls in Andhra Pradesh (175), Arunachal Pradesh (60), Odisha (147) and Sikkim (32) will also be held simultaneously, the Election Commission (EC) said. However, elections for the Jammu and Kashmir Assembly, which was dissolved after the ruling coalition between the BJP and the PDP fell apart, will not be held along with the Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

Let's see the complete list of constituencies going for polls in the second phase.

Phase 2: April 18 (97 Lok Sabha seats in 13 states/UTs) 

Tamil Nadu: 39 seats
Kancheepuram (2014 Result: AIADMK), Arakkonam (2014 Result: AIADMK), Thiruvallur (2014 Result: AIADMK), Chennai North (2014 Result: AIADMK), Chennai South (2014 Result: AIADMK), Chennai Central (2014 Result: AIADMK), Vellore (2014 Result: AIADMK), Tiruvannamalai (2014 Result: AIADMK), Dharmapuri (2014 Result: PMK), Krishnagiri (2014 Result: AIADMK), Sriperumbudur (2014 Result: AIADMK), Viluppuram (2014 Result: AIADMK), Coimbatore (2014 Result: AIADMK), Nilgiris (2014 Result: AIADMK), Erode (2014 Result: AIADMK), Tiruppur (2014 Result: AIADMK), Namakkal (2014 Result: AIADMK), Salem (2014 Result: AIADMK), Arani (2014 Result: AIADMK), Kallakurichi (2014 Result: AIADMK), Kanyakumari (2014 Result: BJP), Thoothukkudi (2014 Result: AIADMK), Virudhunagar (2014 Result: AIADMK), Tenkasi (2014 Result: AIADMK), Ramanathapuram (2014 Result: AIADMK), Theni (2014 Result: AIADMK), Thanjavur (2014 Result: AIADMK), Sivaganga (2014 Result: AIADMK), Madurai (2014 Result: AIADMK), Tirunelveli (2014 Result: AIADMK), Pollachi (2014 Result: AIADMK), Karur (2014 Result: AIADMK), Dindigul (2014 Result: AIADMK), Perambalur (2014 Result: AIADMK), Cuddalore (2014 Result: AIADMK), Tiruchirappalli (2014 Result: AIADMK), Chidambaram (2014 Result: AIADMK), Nagapattinam (2014 Result: AIADMK) and Mayiladuthurai (2014 Result: AIADMK)

Karnataka: 14 seats
Kolar (2014 Result: Congress), Mandya (2014 Result: JDS), Udupi-Chikmagalur (2014 Result: BJP), Hassan (2014 Result: JDS), Mysore (2014 Result: BJP), Tumkur (2014 Result: Congress), Chitradurga (2014 Result: Congress), Chikkballapur (2014 Result: Congress), Bangalore Rural (2014 Result: Congress), Bangalore South (2014 Result: BJP), Bangalore Central (2014 Result: BJP), Bangalore North (2014 Result: BJP), Dakshina Kannada (2014 Result: BJP) and Chamarajnagar (2014 Result: Congress)

Maharashtra: 10 seats
Akola (2014 Result: BJP), Amravati (2014 Result: Shiv Sena), Nanded (2014 Result: Congress), Hingoli (2014 Result: Congress), Beed (2014 Result: BJP), Parbhani (2014 Result: Shiv Sena), Osmanabad (2014 Result: Shiv Sena), Solapur (2014 Result: BJP), Latur (2014 Result: BJP) and Buldhana (2014 Result: Shiv Sena)

Bihar: 5 seats
Purnia (2014 Result: JDU), Banka (2014 Result: RJD), Katihar (2014 Result: NCP), Kishanganj (2014 Result: Congress) and Bhagalpur (2014 Result: RJD)

Assam: 5 seats
Karimganj (2014 Result: AIUDF), Nawgong (2014 Result: BJP), Mangaldoi (2014 Result: BJP), Silchar (2014 Result: Congress) and Autonomous District (2014 Result: Congress)

Odisha: 5 seats
Sundargarh (2014 Result: BJP), Bargarh (2014 Result: BJD), Aska (2014 Result: BJD), Kandhamal (2014 Result: BJD) and Bolangir (2014 Result: BJD)

Uttar Pradesh: 8 seats
Aligarh (2014 Result: BJP), Nagina (2014 Result: BJP), Amroha (2014 Result: BJP), Agra (2014 Result: BJP), Fatehpur Sikri (2014 Result: BJP), Hathras (2014 Result: BJP), Mathura (2014 Result: BJP) and Bulandshahr (2014 Result: BJP)

West Bengal: 3 seats
Raiganj (2014 Result: CPM), Jalpaiguri (2014 Result: Trinamool) and Darjeeling (2014 Result: BJP)

Chhattisgarh: 3 seats
Kanker (2014 Result: BJP), Mahasamund (2014 Result: BJP) and Rajnandgaon (2014 Result: BJP)

Jammu and Kashmir: 2 seats
Srinagar (2014 Result: PDP) and Udhampur (2014 Result: BJP)

Manipur: 1 seat
Inner Manipur. (2014 Result: Congress)

Tripura: 1 seat
Tripura East. (2014 Result: CPM)

Puducherry: 1 seat 
(2014 Result: AINRC)  

2014 Results in these 97 seats: NDA: 33 (BJP: 27, Shiv Sena: 4, AINRC: 1, PMK: 1) | UPA: 15 (Congress: 12, RJD: 2, NCP: 1) | Others: 49 (AIADMK: 37, BJD: 4, CPM: 2, JDS: 2, PDP: 1, JDU: 1, Trinamool: 1, AIUDF: 1)

First Published: Tuesday, March 12, 2019 05:30 PM
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