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Updated June 4th, 2024 at 21:32 IST

Odisha Lok Sabha Election Result 2024: BJP Leads in 18 Seats, BJD in 3, Show Early Trends

Odisha Election Result 2024 LIVE: The counting of votes for 21 Lok Sabha constituences in Odisha will begin at 8 AM across all the counting centres amid tight security. Follow the Republic LIVE blog for the latest updates on the trends, leads, trails and results from all 21 Lok Sabha seats of Odisha.

Reported by: Digital Desk
Edited by: Isha Bhandari
Odisha Election Result LIVE | Image: Republic
11: 46 IST, June 4th 2024

BJP's Anita Subhadarshini leading in Aska

10: 32 IST, June 4th 2024

As per early trends, BJP's Puri candidate Sambit Patra is leading. 

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10: 23 IST, June 4th 2024

As per early trends, the BJP is leading on 17 seats, BJD on 2 seats and Congress on 2 seats  

8: 26 IST, June 4th 2024

The Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik,if re-elected will assume power for the 6th term, becoming India's longest-serving Chief Minister, leaving behind Sikkim CM Pawan Kumar Chamling's record. 

 


 

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8: 10 IST, June 4th 2024

In the 2019 last lok sabha elections, the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) was the frontrunner winning 12 seats. While the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) managed to win 8 seats, the Congress put up a dismal show settling for just one seat.


 

8: 06 IST, June 4th 2024

Counting of votes for the LokSabha Elections 2024  begins. The fate of candidates on 542 of the 543 Parliamentary seats will be decided on June 4 that is today. Postal ballot counting to begin first.
 

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8: 06 IST, June 4th 2024

Out of the 21 Lok Sabha constituencies in Odisha, 5 have been reserved for the Scheduled Tribe (ST) candidate and 3 have been reserved for the Scheduled Caste (SC) candidates. 


 

7: 53 IST, June 4th 2024

 

BargarhSanjay Bhoi (INC)Pradip Purohit (BJP)Parineeta Mishra
SundargarhJanardan Dehury (INC)Jual Oram (BJP)Dilip Tirkey
SambalpurNagendra Kumar Pradhan (INC)Dharmendra Pradhan (BJP)Pranab Prakash Das
KeonjharBinod Bihari Nayak (INC)Ananta Nayak (BJP)Dhanurjay Siddu
MayurbhanjAnjani Soren (JMM)Naba Charan Majhi (BJP)Sudam Marndi
BalasoreSrikant Kumar Jena (INC)Pratap Chandra Sarangi (BJP)Lekhashree Samantsinghar
BhadrakAnanta Prasad Sethi (INC)Avimanyu Sethi (BJP)Manjulata Mandal
JajpurAnchal Das (INC)Rabindra Narayan Behera (BJP)Sarmistha Sethi
DhenkanalSashmita Behera (INC)Rudra Narayan PanyAvinash Samal
BolangirManoj Mishra (INC)Sangeeta Kumari Singh Deo (BJP)Surendra Singh Bhoi
KalahandiDraupadi MajhiMalvika Keshari Deo (BJP)Lambodhar Nial
NabarangpurBhujabal Majhi (INC)Balabhadra Majhi (BJP)Pradeep Majhi
KandhamalAmir Chand Nayak (INC)Sukanta Kumar Panigrahi (BJP)Achyuta Samanta
CuttackSuresh Mohapatra (INC)Bhartruhari Mahtab (BJP)Santrupt Mishra
KendraparaSidharth Swarup Das (INC)Baijayant Panda (BJP)Anshuman Mohanty
JagatsinghpurRabindra Kumar Sethy (INC)Bibhu Prasad Tarai (BJP)Rajashree Mallick
PuriJay Narayan Patnaik (INC)Sambit Patra (BJP)Arup Patnaik
BhubaneswarYasir Nawaj (INC)Aparajita Sarangi (BJP)Manmath Routray
AskaDebokanta Sharma (INC)Anita Subhadarshini (BJP)Ranjita Sahu
BerhampurRashmi Ranjan Patnaik (INC)Pradeep Kumar Panigrahi (BJP)Bhrugu Baxipatra
KoraputSaptagiri Sankar Ulaka (INC)Kaleram Majhi (BJP)Kausalya Hikaka
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7: 53 IST, June 4th 2024

1. Dharmendra Pradhan (BJP)

2. Sambit Patra (BJP)

3. Pratap Chandra Sarangi (BJP)

4. Baijayant Panda (BJP)

5. Sarmistha Sethi (BJD) 


 

 

 

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8: 40 IST, June 3rd 2024

The Election Commission has made elaborate preparations for counting of votes for 21 the Lok Sabha and 147 Assembly seats in Odisha.

Counting will be held in 70 centres throughout the state starting at 8 am on Tuesday, officials said.

Over 2.5 crore voters exercised their franchise in the four-phase elections, with a turnout of 74.44 per cent, higher than the 73.09 per cent recorded in 2019, Odisha chief electoral officer Nikunja Bihari Dhal told a press conference here on Monday.

Of the total electors, 75.55 per cent women and 73.37 per cent men voted in this election.

More than 67,000 ballot units, along with 1.47 lakh postal ballots for Lok Sabha elections and 1.46 lakh for assembly elections, will be tallied across the 70 centres.

Published June 4th, 2024 at 06:29 IST