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5th Phase Lok Sabha Elections 2014 LIVE Updates, Fifth Phase 17th April Parliamentary Constituency Updates, Madhya Pradesh, 5th Phase Lok Sabha Elections Voting Patterns Live, Parliamentary Election Voting Percentage Live Coverage 2014

5th Phase Lok Sabha Elections 2014 LIVE Updates, Fifth Phase 17th April Parliamentary Constituency Updates upcoming..

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One hundred and twenty one constituencies in 12 states of the country go to polls in the fifth phase of the Lok Sabha election 2014 on Thursday.

The States going to the polls include: Karnataka (28 seats), Rajasthan (20 seats), Maharashtra (19 seats), Odisha and UP (11 seats each), MP (10 seats), Bihar (7 seats), Jharkhand (6 seats), Chhattisgarh (3 seats), West Bengal (4 seats) and Jammu and Kashmir and Manipur (1 seat each).

Around 51% voters exercised their franchise till 3 pm as voting for the simultaneous second and last phase election to 11 Lok Sabha and 77 Assembly constituencies began in Odisha on Thursday. 

2014 polls could see the highest voter turnout ever

An increase in voter awareness, especially in rural and semi-urban areas, has led to an increase in voter participation with every passing general election.

According to a report in the Hindustan Times,  "As many as 68.29% of voters in 111 Lok Sabha seats that have gone to the polls so far exercised their franchise. This is about eight percentage points higher than the polling percentage in these constituencies in 2009. The overall polling percentage in 2009 was 58.19% when 714 million people were eligible to vote. The highest polling ever recorded was 61.97% in 1998," the report says.

 

Voting percentage till 6 PM 

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Uttar Pradesh: 

Uttar Pradesh records over 38% polling till 5 p.m, where polling is going on on 11 seats in the second phase to decide fate of 150 candidates. 

Brisk polling is going on in 11 seats in the second phase of polls in Uttar Pradesh with over 38.06 per cent polling till 1 p.m. to decide the fate of 150 candidates.

Nagina witnessed 41.04 per cent polling in the first four hours while Moradabad 39.54 per cent and Rampur 36.47 per cent polling each.

Sambhal recorded 40 per cent polling, Amroha 40.90 per cent, Badaun 33.6 per cent, Aonla 38.20 per cent, Bareilly 40.40 per cent, Pilibhit 36.80, Shahjahanpur 34.33 per cent and Kheri 37.4 per cent.

Uttar Pradesh polls Updates: Over 38% polling till 5 p.m....Click here to Read More...>>

Bihar:

3.45 pm: 40.17% voting in Bihar till 5 pm. Patna Sahib 40%, Patliputra 40%, Munger 40%, Nalanda 40%, Arrah 36%, Buxar 44%, Jahanabad 42%.

Chhattisgarh: 

Chhattisgarh recorded 30 percent voting till 5 PM.

Rajasthan:

3.47 pm: Polling percentage in Rajasthan 40.34.09% till 3.40 pm. Highest in Ganganagar - 51.67% followed by Bikaner at 47.96%.

37.46% voting recorded in Rajasthan till 4 PM 

Rajasthan polls Updates : Over 40 percent polling till 4 pm....Click here to Read More...>>

Jharkhand :

An estimated 55 percent voters on Thursday exercised their franchise till 5 PM in the second phase of polling for six Lok Sabha constituencies in Jharkhand where Maoists blew up a stretch of railway track and injured a CRPF personnel in an encounter in Giridih.

With polling was being held in Ranchi, Giridih, Jamshedpur, Singhbhum (ST), Khunti (ST) and Hazaribagh seats under strict security and helicopter surveillance, Around 55 per cent of the electorate voted till 3 pm today in the second phase of polling for six Lok Sabha seats in Jharkhand. 

West Bengal:

3.34 pm: Voter turnout in West Bengal recorded at 70 per cent by 3 pm. Coochbehar 69%, Jalpaiguri 72%, Alipurduar 72.5%, Darjeeling 68.85%

Nearly 60% votes have been polled till 1pm in West Bengal, where polling is going on in four parliamentary constituencies in the first phase of the five-phase election to decide the fate of 47 candidates.
“On an average 59.16% of the 60,33,310 voters have cast their votes in the first six hours of polling in four Lok Sabha constituencies of Coochbehar, Alipurduar, Jalpaiguri and Darjeeling in north Bengal,” 

Maharashtra:

According to election officials, an average of between 31.43 percent voting was recorded till 5 PM.Voters queued up early to vote at thousands of polling booths across 19 Lok Sabha constituencies at the start of polling here Thursday, officials said. 

A large number of voters, including youth, were seen trooping down to the nearest polling stations to take advantage of the cool morning hours and exercise their franchise. 

Madhya Pradesh:

40% voting recorded in MP till 5 PM 

Polling for 10 Lok Sabha seats in Madhya Pradesh under the second-phase election in the state began on Thursday to decide the fate of 142 candidates, including 11 woman. 

Madhya Pradesh polls: 40% polling in Madhya Pradesh till 4 p...Click here to Read More...>>

Manipur :

According to election officials, an average of between10% votes cast till 10 AM. Lok Sabha polls: 62% turnout in Manipur till 2 pm, out of 8.53 lakh electorate have caste their ballot in the second phase of polling for the Inner Manipur Lok Sabha seat till 2 pm Thursday, election office sources said

Karnataka:

53.13 per cent turnout in Karnataka till 4 pm. Bangalore records only 28%.

The state of Karnataka witnessed moderate to brisk polling when balloting for 28 Lok Sabha seats began on Thursday amid tight security. 
In the initial two hours, the voting percentage across the state hovered around 10 percent, officials said, adding, polling had been peaceful so far. 
The three constituencies in Bangalore - South, Central and North - saw enthusiastic voters queue up in good numbers in the initial hours. 

Karnataka polls: 53.13% polling in Karnataka till 4 pm...Click here to Read More...>>

Odisha:

Around 51% voters exercised their franchise during first three hours for the simultaneous second and last phase election to 11 Lok Sabha and 77 Assembly constituencies in Odisha on Thursday. 
Among the early voters were Assam Governor JB Patnaik and Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik as brisk polling was witnessed in several areas while Angul district recorded 19 percent polling

Jammu & Kashmir:

Congress leader and Union Minister Gulam Nabi Azad's fate is being locked in EVMs in Udhampur Lok Sabha constituency where he is in direct fight with BJP's Jintender Singh.

 

In 5th phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2014 polls on April 17:Top 3 candidates with highest assets.

Nandan Nilekani: Former chairman of Unique Identification authority of India (Aadhar) is topping the list of flushest candidates with Rs 7,710 crore. The co-founder of Infosys is contesting from Bangalore South Lok Sabha seat. Nilekani who will be contesting on Indian National Congress ticket has a total annual income of Rs 168 crore per annum.

Anil Kumar Sharma: He is second on the list with assets worth Rs 849 crore. Chairman cum Managing Director of Amarapali Group of Companies will be fighting for Lok Sabha seat from Jehanabad constituency of Bihar on a Janta Dal (United) ticket and has an income of Rs 10.36 crore.

R Prabhakara Reddy: The Janta Dal (Secular) candidate declared his assets worth Rs 224 crore. He will be contesting from Bangalore Rural constituency of Karnataka and has a yearly income of Rs 3.9 crore. Reedy has liabilities worth Rs 222 crore.

 

Fifth Phase Voting in ,121 Parliamentary Contituencies across 12 States in India .

VIP candidates in Phase - 5

PATLIPUTRA
MISHA BHARATI, DAUGHTER OF LALU PRASAD, RJD
Vs.
RAM KRIPAL YADAV, BJP
PATNA SAHIB
SHATRUGHAN SINHA, FORMER UNION MINISTER, BJP
Vs.
KUNAL SINGH, BHOJPURI ACTOR, INC
MAHASAMUND
AJIT JOGI, FORMER CHIEF MINISTER, INC
Vs.
CHANDULAL SAHU, BJP
RAJNANDGAON
ABHISHEK SINGH, SON OF CHHATTISGARH CM RAMAN SINGH, BJP
Vs.
KAMLESHWAR VERMA, INC
JAMSHEDPUR
AJAY KUMAR, SITTING MP, JVM (P)
Vs.
VIDYUT BARAN MAHATO, BJP

 

SINGHBHUM
GEETA KODA, WIFE OF MADHU KODA, JAI BHARAT SAMANTA PARTY
Vs.
LAXMAN GILUWA, BJP
HAZARIBAGH
JAYANT SINHA, SON OF YASHWANT SINHA, BJP
Vs.
SAURABH NARAIN SINGH, INC
RANCHI
SUBODH KANT SAHAY, FORMER UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
RAM TAHAL CHAUDHARY, BJP
Vs.
SUDESH MAHTO, FORMER DEPUTY CM, AJSU
BANGALORE SOUTH
ANANTH KUMAR, BJP
Vs.
NANDAN NILEKANI, FORMER CHAIRMAN UIDAI, INC
SHIMOGA
B. S. YEDDYURAPPA, FORMER CM, BJP
Vs.
GEETHA SHIVARAJKUMAR, KANNADA ACTOR, JD(S)
BELLARY
B. SREERAMULU, FORMER KARNATAKA MINISTER, BJP
Vs.
N.Y. HANUMANTAPPA, INC
BANGALORE NORTH
D.V SADANANDA GOWDA, FORMER CM, BJP
Vs.
C.NARAYANA SWAMY, INC
GULBARG
MALLIKARJUN KHARGE, UNION RAILWAY MINISTER, INC
Vs.
REVASING LOKU, BJP
CHIKKBALLAPUR
M VEERAPPA MOILY, UNION PETROLEUM MINISTER, INC
Vs.
H D KUMARA SWAMY, FORMER CM, JD(S)
BIDAR
N. DHARAM SINGH, FORMER CM, INC
Vs.
BHAGWANTH KHUBA, BJP
BANGALORE CENTRAL
V. BALAKRISHNAN, FORMER CFO, INFOSYS, AAP
Vs.
P.C. MOHAN, SITTING MP, BJP
HASAN
H.D. DEVEGOWDA, FORMER PM, JD(S)
Vs.
A MANJU, INC
GUNA
JYOTIRADITYA M. SCINDIA, INC
Vs.
JAIBHANSINGH PAWAIYA, BJP
BARAMATI
SUPRIYA SULE, DAUGHTER OF SHARAD PAWAR, NCP
Vs.
MAHADEV JANKAR, RASHTRIYA SAMAJ PARTY
BEED
GOPINATH MUNDE, SITTING MP, BJP
Vs.
DHAS SURESH RAMCHANDRA, NCP
SHOLAPUR
SUSHILKUMAR SHINDE, UNION HOME MINISTER, INC
Vs.
SHARAD BANSODE, BJP
NANDED
ASHOK CHAVAN, FORMER MAHARASHTRA CM, INC
Vs.
D. B. PATIL, BJP
RATNAGIRI � SINDHUDURG
NILESH NARAYAN RANE, SON OF NARAYAN RANE, INC
Vs.
VINAYAK BHAURAO RAUT, SHIVSENA
AJMER
SACHIN PILOT, FORMER UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
SANWAR LAL JAT, BJP
JAIPUR RURAL
DR. C.P. JOSHI, FORMER UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
RAJYAVARDHAN SINGH RATHORE, FORMER SHOOTER, BJP
CHITTORGARH
GIRIJA VYAS, UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
CHANDRA PRAKASH JOSHI, BJP
JHALAWAR-BARAN
DUSHYANT SINGH, SON OF VASUNDHARA RAJE, BJP
Vs.
PRAMOD BHAYA, INC
BARMER
JASWANT SINGH, FORMER UNION MINISTER, IND
Vs.
COL. SONA RAM, BJP
JALORE
BUTA SINGH, FORMER GOVERNOR BIHAR, IND
Vs.
DEVJI PATEL, BJP
BHADRAK
ARJUN CHARAN SETHI, SITTING MP, BJD
Vs.
SANGRAM KESHARI JENA, INC
KENDRAPARA
BAIJAYANT PANDA, SITTING MP, BJD
Vs.
DHARANIDHAR NAYAK, INC
BALASORE
SRIKANT KUMAR JENA, UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
RABINDRA KUMAR JENA, BJD
PURI
PINAKI MISRA, SITTING MP, BJD
Vs.
SUCHARITA MOHANTY, INC
DARJEELING
BHAI CHUNG BHUTIA, FOOTBALLER, TRINAMOOL CONGRESS
Vs.
S.S.AHLUWALIA, BJP
SHAHJAHANPUR
UMMED SINGH KASHYAP, HUSBAND OF LATE PHOOLAN DEVI, BSP
Vs.
MITHILESH KUMAR, SITTING MP, SP
PILIBHIT
MANEKA GANDHI, WIFE OF LATE SANJAY GANDHI, BJP
Vs.
ANEES AHMAD KHAN, BSP
BADAUN
DHARMENDRA YADAV, NEPHEW OF MULAYAM SINGH YADAV, SP
Vs.
AKMAL KHAN, BSP
SAMBHAL
D.P YADAV, RASHTRIYA PARIVARTAN DAL
Vs.
DR. SHAFIQUR RAHMAN BARQ, SITTING MP, BSP
UDHAMPUR
GHULAM NABI AZAD, UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
MOHD ARSHAD MALIK, PDP

 

 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Odisha UP BIHAR J & K JHARKHAND
Keonjhar Nagina Munger Udhampur Giridih
Mayurbhanj Moradabad Nalanda CHHATTISGARH Ranchi
Balasore Rampur Patna Sahib Rajnandgaon Jamshedpur
Bhadrak Sambhal Pataliputra Mahasamund Singhbhum
Jajpur Amroha Arrah Kanker Khunti
Dhenkanal Badaun Buxar MANIPUR Hazaribagh
Cuttack Aonla Jahanabad Inner Manipur  
Kendrapara Bareilly      
Jagatsinghpur Pilibhit      
Puri Shahjahanpur      
Bhubaneswar Kheri      

 

Karnataka MP
Chikkodi Hassan Morena
  Bhind
Belgaum Dakshina Kannada Gwalior
 
Bagalkot Chitradurga Guna
Bijapur   Sagar
Tumkur Tikamgarh
Gulbarga   Damoh
Mandya Khajuraho
Raichur  
Mysore Bhopal
Bidar  
Koppal Chamarajanagar Rajgarh
 
Bellary Bangalore Rural WB
  Coochbehar
Haveri Bangalore North Alipurduars
Dharwad   Jalpaiguri
Bangalore Central Darjeeling
Uttara Kannada    
Davanagere Bangalore South  
   
Shimoga Chikballapur  
   
Udupi Chikmagalur Kolar  

 

Maharashtra Rajasthan
Hingoli Ganganagar
Nanded Bikaner
Parbhani Churu
Maval Jhunjhunu
Pune Sikar
Baramati Jaipur Rural
Shirur Jaipur
Ahmednagar Ajmer
Shirdi Nagaur
Beed Pali
Osmanabad Jodhpur
Latur Barmer
Solapur Jalore
Madha Udaipur
Sangli Banswara
Satara Chittorgarh
Ratnagiri–Sindhudurg Rajsamand
Kolhapur Bhilwara
Hatkanangle Kota
  Jhalawar-Baran

 

PollDay-5

Date Of Poll (17 april 2014 )

STATE

No. of PCs

Bihar

7

Chhattisgarh

3

Jammu & Kashmir

1

pollday 5

Jharkhand

6

Karnataka

28

Madhya Pradesh

10

Maharashtra

19

Manipur

1

Odisha

11

Rajasthan

20

Uttar Pradesh

11

West Bengal

4

Total

121

STATE

No. of ACs

Odisha

77

West Bengal

2

Total

79

 

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Bihar Polls

WHICH PARTY WILL WIN ELECTIONS IN BIHAR 2020?

West Bengal Polls

WHICH PARTY WILL WIN ELECTIONS IN WEST BENGAL 2020?

AITC - 23.3%
INC+ - 6.1%
BJP+ - 70.6%

Total votes: 163
The voting for this poll has ended on: 07 Feb 2020 - 14:37

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