1st LD: Modi-led BJP wins Indian elections: Election Commission

1st LD: Modi-led BJP wins Indian elections: Election Commission

Congress bagged only one seat that is Rai Bareily. The singer turned Politician Hans Raj Hans of BJP won from North West Delhi Lok Sabha seat.

A comparison of the BJP and Congress performance shows that Congress has slightly more traction in PCs with the highest share of farmers and agricultural workers than other PCs.

The BJP has lost two seats in Andhra Pradesh, and a seat each in Tamil Nadu and Chhattisgarh. As per a seat-sharing arrangement with the AGP and the Bodo People's Front (BPF), while the former has fielded candidates in three seats, the latter has done so in one seat. The Mizoram seat was held by the Congress in 2014. Modi Factor And More, Here's What Worked For BJP in Lok Sabha Elections 2019.

Prominent leading BJP candidates are Union Ministers D.V. Sadananada Gowda in Bangalore North and Ananth Kumar Hegde in Uttara Kannada, Prahlad Joshi in Dharwad, Shoba Karandlaje in Udupi-Chikmaglur and B.Y. Raghavendra in Shimoga.

The AAP was expecting to form an alliance with the Congress but the matter turned sour with a public war of words between Kejriwal and Congress president Rahul Gandhi.

"While the macroeconomic picture looks stable and promising, many important segments need support from the government", BJP General Secretary Ram Madhav wrote in a column for Indian Express. BJP bags 60 seats and leading in 2.

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The Manipur outer seat seems to be going to the Naga People's Front (NPF) while a close contest is being witnessed between the BJP and the Congress in the Inner Manipur seat. Despite these predictions, opposition parties have dismissed the results of the exit polls as fake.

The Congress-JD (S) alliance should at least now realise that the roof above them is not only leaking but also may come crashing down soon.

The seven-phase polls were conducted between April 11 and May 19 in which around 67 percent of the almost 900 million eligible voters exercised their franchise. BJP has the first back-to-back majority in the Lok Sabha for a single party since 1984.

The BJP has been claiming that 20 MLAs within the ruling coalition were ready to jump ship post-Lok Sabha poll outcome, which has put the government on the edge and made it struggle to keep its flock intact.

There are enough instances in recent history to suggest voters are clear about what an election for the Centre and what one for the state is.

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