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Odisha Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Updates: Basanta Kumar Panda leads from Kalahandi

New Delhi, News Nation Bureau | Updated : 23 May 2019, 10:12 PM

In 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, Naveen Patnaik was one of the regional satraps who stood his ground against the Narendra Modi wave. The 2014 polls in Odisha were held in two phases on April 10 and 17. The state sends 21 members in the Lok Sabha and the BJD won 20 seats, while the BJP was able to win a single seat of Sundargarh. Jual Oram defeated BJD's Dilip Kumar Tirkey from the constituency and relegated former chief minister and Congress leader Hemananda Biswal to the third position.

The BJD received 94,89,946 votes with a vote share of 44.77 per cent, while the BJP was able to garner 46,38,565 votes in the state with a vote share of 21.88 per cent. The saffron party came second in Balasore, Bargarh, Bhubaneswar, Bolangir, Dhenkanal, Kalahandi, Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar and Sambalpur. The Congress got more votes than the BJP in the elections but drew a blank. The party got 55,91,380 votes with 26.38 per cent of the vote share. According to our analysis, the BJD was ahead in 116 Assembly segments during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. The Congress was leading on 11 and the BJP on 20. In 2009 Lok Sabha Elections, the BJD was successful on 14 seats and the Congress won 6. The BJP was not able to open its account in the state.  

HERE ARE THE LIVE UPDATES:

4.44 pm:BJP is leading from 8 seats namely Balasore, Bargarh, Bhubaneswar Balangir Kalahandi, Puri, Sambalpur and Sundergarh

04.20 pm: Kalahandi: BASANTA KUMAR PANDA (Leading) Bharatiya Janata Party: 137196 Votes 

04.07 pm: Jual Oram is leading.

12.22 am: Sambit Patra trails against Pinaki Mishra from Puri.

12.00 am: BJP's Jay Panda is trailing.

10.20 am: BJP's Sambit Patra leading with 700 votes.

10.15 am: Change in Trends: OUT OF 19 SEATS

BJD: 15 and BJP: 4 

9.50 am: Early trends of 21 seats are out: 16 BJD, 3 BJP and Congress 2.

9.38 am: BJD leading from Dhenkanal

BJD candidate Mahesh Sahoo leading from Dhenkanal Lok Sabha seat

9.32 am: 

9.30 amBJP candidate Kharabela Swain leading from Phulbani LS seat

9.25 am: BJD candidate Ramesh Majhi leading from Nabarangpur Lok Sabha seat

9.20 am: BJP leading in 3 seats in Odisha.

9.13 am: BJP candidate Aparajita Sarangi leading from Bhubaneswar Lok Sabha seat

9.10 am: BJP candidate Sangeeta Singhdeo leading from Balangir Lok Sabha seat

9.10 am: Cong leading from Nabarangpur LS seat

Congress candidate Pradeep Majhi leading from Nabarangpur Lok Sabha seat.

8.44 am: BJP leads in 1 seat.

8.30 am: Naveen Patnaik's BJD leads in 9 seats. BJP still to open its account.

8.15 am: The early trends show BJP leading on 62 seats, UPA on 22 and others on 2 seats.

8.00 am: Counting for 21 Odisha seats begins.

7.09 am: In 2014 Lok Sabha Elections, Naveen Patnaik was one of the regional satraps who stood his ground against the Narendra Modi wave. The 2014 polls in Odisha were held in two phases on April 10 and 17. The state sends 21 members in the Lok Sabha and the BJD won 20 seats, while the BJP was able to win a single seat of Sundargarh. Jual Oram defeated BJD's Dilip Kumar Tirkey from the constituency and relegated former chief minister and Congress leader Hemananda Biswal to the third position. The BJD received 94,89,946 votes with a vote share of 44.77 per cent, while the BJP was able to garner 46,38,565 votes in the state with a vote share of 21.88 per cent. The saffron party came second in Balasore, Bargarh, Bhubaneswar, Bolangir, Dhenkanal, Kalahandi, Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar and Sambalpur. The Congress got more votes than the BJP in the elections but drew a blank. The party got 55,91,380 votes with 26.38 per cent of the vote share. According to our analysis, the BJD was ahead in 116 Assembly segments during the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. The Congress was leading on 11 and the BJP on 20. In 2009 Lok Sabha Elections, the BJD was successful on 14 seats and the Congress won 6. The BJP was not able to open its account in the state.  


6.59 am: Odisha voted in the first four phases i.e. on April 11, 18, 23 and 29 for Lok Sabha as well as Assembly. Sikkim, Andhra Pradesh and Arunachal Pradesh are the other states had both the elections simultaneously. Kalahandi, Koraput, Berhampur and Nabrangpur voted on April 11 whereas the voters in Sundargarh, Bargarh, Aska, Kandhamal and Bolangir used their franchise on April 18. Six seats namely Puri, Cuttack, Dhenkanal, Keonjhar, Sambalpur and Bhubaneswar voted on April 23 while the voting was held in Jajpur, Kendrapara, Jagatsinghpur, Balasore, Bhadrak and Mayurbhanj on April 29.

6.21 am: The counting to begin at 8 am.

6.12 am: 91 constituencies went to polls in the first phase on April 11, followed by 97 constituencies in the second phase on April 18. The third phase held on April 23 and fourth on April 29, fifth on May 6, sixth on May 12 and seventh phase on May 19. 115 constituencies went to polls in the third phase, 71 in the fourth phase, 51 in the fifth phase, 59 in the sixth phase and 59 in the seventh phase.

6.11 am: The Lok Sabha Elections 2019 will be held in seven phases, starting from April 11. 


Counting for the 14 Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand will begin at 8 am across 24 districts amid tight security, officials said.

The counting process and announcement of results, however, are expected to be delayed by several hours this time as the outcomes of five assembly segments per Lok Sabha constituency will be tallied with VVPAT slips, an Election Commission release said here Wednesday, quoting Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) L Khiangte.

EC sources said that the counting centers at Dumka, Godda, Hazaribag, Ranchi and Jamshepdur have been categorised as sensitive due to political and social reasons, adding, more security force would be deployed there.

Twenty companies of Central Armed Police Forces (CAPFs), apart from thousands of state police personnel would be deployed to maintain law and order during the counting process, L Khiangte said.

In addition, 25 companies of state police will be deployed is the districts where counting is scheduled, the EC official said.

The counting process will start with postal ballots, the official added. 

Once the counting process (votes in EVMs) is completed, the voter-verifiable paper audit trail (VVPAT) slips of five randomly selected assembly segments in every Lok Sabha constituency will be counted and compared with the EVM votes, the EC official said.

He said that all preparations are in place for the counting process, adding, approval from the ECI has been received for the counting places, counting halls and layout plans for all the counting rooms.BJD 

First Published: Wednesday, May 22, 2019 05:20 PM
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