Indian General Elections

FULL 2019 Lok Sabha Election Results: BJP Wins 303 Seats, Congress Wins 52; All Results From All States Here

Written By Monica Aggarwal | Mumbai | Published:

On May 23, Prime Minister Narendra Modi created history in 2019 Lok Sabha election by leading his Bharatiya Janata Party to a victory bigger than in 2014 by winning 303 seats on its own which emerged as the single largest party in the country. With the landslide win garnered by the BJP, its alliance party NDA won 352 seats out of the 542 Parliamentary seats that went to polls in the seven-phases 2019 elections.

Among the 29 states and 7 Union Territories that went to polls in the 2019 elections, BJP along with its allies under NDA made a clean sweep in Arunachal Pradesh, Chandigarh, Gujarat, Delhi, Haryana, Himachal Pradesh, Nagaland, Puducherry, Rajasthan and Uttarakhand. In the North-Central belt of the country, NDA made an immense presence by winning a significant amount of seats in Bihar, Maharashtra, Madhya Pradesh and Chhattisgarh. Among the southern states, while the NDA failed to make its presence in Tamil Nadu and Kerala, it came out victorious in more than half of the seats in Karnataka, which is currently ruled by the Congress-JD(S) alliance government.

Here are the final figures for all the states:

Andaman & Nicobar Islands - UPA one seat

Andhra Pradesh - Jagan's YSRCP weaved its magic over the state, leaving TDP with 3 seats

Arunachal Pradesh - BJP swept the state.

Assam -  NDA won with 9 seats with UPA at the second spot.

Bihar - NDA wins 39 out of the total 40, leaving 1 seat.

Chandigarh - BJP won the sole seat.

Chhattisgarh - BJP won 9 out of 11 seats leaving 2 seats in Congress' kitty.

Dadra & Nagar Haveli - Independent candidate won the sole seat.

Daman & Diu - BJP won the sole seat.

Goa - BJP and Congress won one seat each.

Gujarat - BJP swept the state like 2014 Elections.

Haryana - BJP continues its hold on the state.

Himachal Pradesh - BJP's clean sweep in the state.

Jammu and Kashmir - BJP and JKNC win 3 seats each.

Jharkhand - NDA won 12 out of 14 seats. 

Karnataka - BJP won 25 seats on its own, leaving JD(S) & Congress to one seat each

Kerala - UPA decimated NDA to zero seats in the state.

In Kerala, from where Congress president Rahul Gandhi won the Lok Sabha seat of Wayand, the Grand Old Party emerged on the top spot with 15 Parliamentary constituencies.

Lakshadweep - UPA won the sole seat.

Madhya Pradesh - NDA won with huge majority, left UPA to one seat.

Maharashtra - The BJP-Shiv Sena alliance stormed the state, leaving UPA at the second spot.

Manipur - NDA swept the state.

Meghalaya - UPA and NDA won one seat each.

Mizoram - NDA won the sole Lok Sabha constituency.

Nagaland - NDA emerged victorious.

Delhi - BJP continued its 2014 win, decimating Congress and AAP to zero.

Odisha 

In Odisha, while BJD emerged victorious with 12 out of 21 seats, BJP also showed a significant victory with 8 seats in CM Naveen Patnaik’s turf.

Puducherry - UPA won the sole seat

Punjab 

It was the magic of Captain Amarinder Singh that helped the Congress party win 8 seats in Punjab with NDA emerging second by winning 4 seats, two out which BJP won with Gurdaspur and Hoshiarpur. AAP merely managed to make its entry into the list of MPs with only 1 seat in the state.

Rajasthan - BJP swept the state by winning all 25 Lok Sabha seats.

Sikkim - The Sikkim Krantikari Morcha won the sole seat

Tamil Nadu 

The DMK-Congress alliance has won 31 seats in the state, while the ruling AIADMK managed to win just 1 seat out of the 38 parliamentary seats in the state.

Telangana

KCR's TRS is the leading party in the state with over 9 seats, Hyderabad seat became the sole saviour for AIMIM in the state.

Tripura - NDA won the only two seats in the state

Uttarakhand - BJP won all the seats in the state.

Uttar Pradesh

In Uttar Pradesh, which sends the highest number of Members of Parliament to the Lok Sabha, the NDA won 64 of the 80 seats, with Congress decimated to one seat which UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi won with Rae Bareli. In the largest state, the Mayawati-Akhilesh Yadav SP-BSP alliance managed to win only 10 seats in the state.

West Bengal

In the nail-biting contest, BJP made a massive inroad in Mamata Banerjee’s turf West Bengal with historic win of 18 seats as against its 2014 figure of 2 seats. Mamata Banerjee’s Trinamool emerged on number 1 with a 22 seats-win.

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