Indian general election, 2009 (Punjab)

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Indian general election in Punjab, 2009
India
2004 ←
April–May 2009 → 2014

13 seats
  First party Second party Third party
 
Party INC SAD BJP
Alliance UPA NDA NDA
Last election 2 seats, 34.17% 8 seats, 34.28% 3 seats, 10.48%
Seats won 8 4 1
Seat change Increase 6 Decrease 4 Decrease 2
Percentage 45.23% 33.85% 10.06%
Swing Increase 11.06% Decrease 0.43% Decrease 0.42%

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Punjab

The Indian general election, 2009 in Punjab, occurred for 13 seats in the state. Punjab went for the Lok sabha elections in two phases-7 may and 13may. There were 13 parliament seats from Punjab and the elections were held for 4 seats on the 7th of may and remaining 9 on the 13 of may.

Results[edit]

Indian National Congress got majority of 8 seats. Shiromani Akali Dal and Bharatiya Janata Party got 4 and 1 seats respectively.

Elected MPs[edit]

No. Constituency Name of elected M.P. Party affiliation
1 Gurdaspur Partap Singh Bajwa Indian National Congress
2 Amritsar Navjot Singh Sidhu Bharatiya Janata Party
3 Khadoor Sahib Rattan Singh Ajnala Shiromani Akali Dal
4 Jalandhar Mohinder Singh Kaypee Indian National Congress
5 Hoshiarpur Santosh Chowdhary Indian National Congress
6 Anandpur Sahib Ravneet Singh Indian National Congress
7 Ludhiana Manish Tewari Indian National Congress
8 Fatehgarh Sahib Sukhdev Singh Libra Indian National Congress
9 Faridkot Paramjit Kaur Gulshan Shiromani Akali Dal
10 Ferozpur Sher Singh Ghubaya Shiromani Akali Dal
11 Bathinda Harsimrat Kaur Badal Shiromani Akali Dal
12 Sangrur Vijay Inder Singla Indian National Congress
13 Patiala Maharani Preneet Kaur Indian National Congress

Indian general election in Punjab, 2014[edit]

The Election Commission of India has announced the dates for the Lok Sabha elections 2014. The elections will begin on 7 April and end on 12 May. Election in Punjab will be held on 30 April 2014 which will be the 7th phase of election.

List of candidates

PC NO. PC Name Polling Date Counting of Votes Cong Candidate SAD-BJP Candidate AAP Other
1 Gurdaspur 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Partap Singh Bajwa Vinod Khanna Sucha Singh Chottepur
2 Amritsar 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Capt. Amarinder Singh Arun Jaitley Dr. Daljit Singh
3 Khadoor Sahib 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Harminder S. Gill Ranjeet Singh Brahmpura Bhai Baldeep Singh
4 Jalandhar 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Choudhary Santokh Singh Pawan Tinoo Jyoti Mann
5 Hoshiarpur 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Mohinder Singh Kaypee Vijay Sampla Yamini Gomar
6 Anandpur Sahib 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Ambika Soni Prem Singh Chandumajra Himmat Singh Shergill
7 Ludhiana 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Ravneet Singh Bittu Manpreet Singh Ayali Harvinder Singh Phoolka Simarjit Singh Bains
8 Fatehgarh Sahib 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Sadhu Singh Dharamsot Kulwant Singh Harinder Singh Khalsa
9 Faridkot 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Joginder Singh Panjagrain Paramjit Kaur Gulshan Prof. Sadhu Singh
10 Ferozpur 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Sunil Kumar Jakhar Sher Singh Gubhaya Satnam Paul Kamboj
11 Bathinda 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Manpreet Singh Badal Harsimrat Kaur Badal Jasraj Singh Longia
12 Sangrur 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Vijay Inder Singla Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa Bhagwant Mann
13 Patiala 30-Apr-2014 16-May-2014 Preneet Kaur Deepinder Dhillon Dr. Dharamvira Gandhi

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