2019 Indian general election in Punjab

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2019 Indian general election in Punjab

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13 seats
Turnout65.96% (Decrease 4.68%)
  First party Second party Third party
  Hand INC.svg Indian Election Symbol Scale.pngLotos flower symbol.svg AAP Symbol.png
Party INC NDA AAP
Alliance UPA NDA
Last election 3 6 4
Seats won 8 4 1
Seat change Increase 5 Decrease 2 Decrease 3
Percentage TBD TBD TBD
Swing TBD TBD TBD

Punjab Wahlkreise Lok Sabha.svg
Loksabha Constituency in Punjab

The 2019 Indian general election in Punjab was held on 19 May 2019,[1] making it seventh and the last phase of the election. Counting was held on 23 May 2019 and result was also declared on same day.

Coalition and Party wise Result[edit]

Keys:   INC,   NDA ,   AAP ,   PDA

Parties Alliance Parties Contested seats Alliance contested seats Seats won %
Indian National Congress United Progressive Alliance 13[2] 8 TBD
Shiromani Akali Dal National Democratic Alliance 10 13[3] 2 TBD
Bharatiya Janata Party 3 2 TBD
Aam Aadmi Party None 13[4] 1 TBD
Lok Insaaf Party Punjab Democratic Alliance 3 13[5] 0 TBD
Bahujan Samaj Party 3 0 TBD
Punjab Ekta Party 3 0 TBD
Communist Party of India 2 0 TBD
Revolutionary Marxist Party 1 0 TBD
Punjab Front 1 0 TBD

Elected MPs[edit]

Members of Parliament[6]
No. Constituency Name of elected MP Party affiliation Ist Runner up IInd Runner up
1 Gurdaspur Sunny Deol Bhartiya Janta Party Sunil Jakhar Peter Masih
2 Amritsar Gurjeet Singh Aujla Indian National Congress Hardeep Singh Puri Kuldip Singh Dhaliwal
3 Khadoor Sahib Jasbir Singh Dimpa Indian National Congress Jagir Kaur Paramjit Kaur Khalra
4 Jalandhar (SC) Santokh Singh Chaudhary Indian National Congress Charanjit Singh Atwal Balwinder Kumar
5 Hoshiarpur (SC) Som Parkash Bhartiya Janta Party Rajkumar Chabbewal Khushi Ram
6 Anandpur Sahib Manish Tiwari Indian National Congress Prem Singh Chandumajra Sodhi Vikram Singh
7 Ludhiana Ravneet Singh Bittu Indian National Congress Simarjit Singh Bains Maheshinder Singh Grewal
8 Fatehgarh Sahib (SC) Dr. Amar Singh Indian National Congress Darbara Singh Guru Manwinder Singh
9 Faridkot (SC) Muhammad Sadiq Indian National Congress Gulzar Singh Ranike Sadhu Singh
10 Ferozpur Sukhbir Singh Badal Shiromani Akali Dal Sher Singh Ghubaya Harjinder Singh
11 Bathinda Harsimrat Kaur Badal Shiromani Akali Dal Amrinder Singh Raja Warring Baljinder Kaur
12 Sangrur Bhagwant Mann Aam Aadmi Party Kewal Singh Dhillon Parminder Singh Dhindsa
13 Patiala Preneet Kaur Indian National Congress Surjit Singh Rakhra Dharamvir Gandhi

List of Candidates[edit]

Keys:   INC ,   NDA ,   AAP ,   PDA

Candidates[7]
No. Constituency
Candidates of UPA Candidates of NDA Candidates of AAP Candidates of PDA
1 Gurdaspur Sunil Jakhar Sunny Deol (BJP) Peter Masih Lal Chand (RMP)
2 Amritsar Gurjeet Singh Aujla Hardeep Singh Puri (BJP) Kuldip Singh Dhaliwal Daswinder Kaur (CPI)
3 Khadoor Sahib Jasbir Singh Gill Jagir Kaur (SAD) Manjinder Singh Sidhu Paramjit Kaur Khalra (PEP)
4 Jalandhar (SC) Santokh Singh Chaudhary Charanjit Singh Atwal (SAD) Justice (Retd.) Zora Singh Balwinder Kumar (BSP)
5 Hoshiarpur (SC) Rajkumar Chabbewal Som Parkash (BJP) Ravjot Singh Khushi Ram (BSP)
6 Anandpur Sahib Manish Tiwari Prem Singh Chandumajra (SAD) Narinder Singh Shergill Vikram Singh Sodhi (BSP)
7 Ludhiana Ravneet Singh Bittu Maheshinder Singh Garewal (SAD) Tejpal Singh Simarjit Singh Bains (LIP)
8 Fatehgarh Sahib (SC) Dr. Amar Singh Darbara Singh Guru (SAD) Bandeep Singh Dullo Manwinder Singh Gaispura (LIP)
9 Faridkot (SC) Mohammad Sadiq Gulzar Singh Ranike (SAD) Sadhu Singh Baldev Singh Jaiton (PEP)
10 Ferozpur Sher Singh Ghubaya Sukhbir Singh Badal (SAD) Harjinder Singh Kaka Hansraj Golden (CPI)
11 Bathinda Amrinder Singh Raja Warring Harsimrat Kaur Badal (SAD) Baljinder Kaur Sukhpal Singh Khaira (PEP)
12 Sangrur Kewal Singh Dhillon Parminder Singh Dhindsa (SAD) Bhagwant Mann Jasraj Singh Longia (LIP)
13 Patiala Preneet Kaur Surjit Singh Rakhra (SAD) Nina Mittal Dharamvir Gandhi (Pb. F)

Assembly segments wise lead of Parties[edit]

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Party Assembly segments [8] Position in Assembly (as of 2017 election)
Aam Aadmi Party 7 20
Bahujan Samaj Party 1 0
Bharatiya Janata Party 12 3
Indian National Congress 67 77
Lok Insaaf Party 4 2
Shiromani Akali Dal 26 15
Total 117

Surveys[edit]

Opinion polls[edit]

Date published Polling agency Lead
NDA UPA AAP
17 May 2019 elections.in 6 7 0 1
08 Apr 2019 Times of India 2 11 0 9
08 Apr 2019 News Nation 5 7 1 2
06 Apr 2019 India TV 3 9 1 6
05 April 2019 Republic TV-Jan ki Baat 3 9 1 6
Mar 2019 Zee 24 Taas 1 10 2 8
Mar 2019 India TV 3 9 1 6
Jan 2019 ABP News - Cvoter 1 12 0 11
Oct 2018 ABP News- CSDS 1 12 0 11

Exit Polls[edit]

Date published Polling agency Lead
NDA UPA AAP
19 May 2019 Times Now-VMR 3 10 0 7
19 May 2019 Aaj Tak 3-5 8-9 0-1 3-6
19 May 2018 NEWS 18 INDIA 2 10 1 8
19 May 2019 Todays Chanakya 6 6 1 0
19 May 2018 NDTV 4 8 1 4
19 May 2018 News-X 4 8 1 4
19 May 2018 India TV CNX 5 8 0 3

Voter Turnout[edit]

No. Constituency Date of voting Vote Turnout (Increase/Decrease)
1 Gurdaspur 19 May 2019 69.51%
(Increase 0.01%)
2 Amritsar 57.08%
(Decrease 11.11%)
3 Khadoor Sahib 64.01%
(Decrease 2.55%)
4 Jalandhar (SC) 63.04%
(Decrease 4.04%)
5 Hoshiarpur (SC) 62.15%
(Decrease 2.35%)
6 Anandpur Sahib 63.76%
(Decrease 5.74%)
7 Ludhiana 62.16%
(Decrease 8.42%)
8 Fatehgarh Sahib (SC) 65.68%
(Decrease 8.13%)
9 Faridkot (SC) 63.22%
(Decrease 7.73%)
10 Ferozpur 72.30%
(Decrease 0.34%)
11 Bathinda 74.10%
(Decrease 3.06%)
12 Sangrur 72.44%
(Decrease 4.77%)
13 Patiala 67.79%
(Decrease 3.13%)
Total[9] 65.96%
(Decrease 4.68%)

References[edit]

  1. ^ Punjab vote on May 19
  2. ^ "Captain said Congress will win all 13 seats in Punjab".
  3. ^ "SAD-BJP to continue alliance will contest same seats as 2014 polls".
  4. ^ "Aam Aadmi Party to contest all 13 seats in Punjab".
  5. ^ "Punjab Democratic Alliance declare seats sharing".
  6. ^ "Punjab Result Status". results.eci.gov.in. Retrieved 23 May 2019.
  7. ^ "Punjab Parliamentary constituencies candidates". elections.in. Archived from the original on 8 May 2019. Retrieved 8 May 2019.
  8. ^ Assembly segments wise Result
  9. ^ "Voter Turnout Report" (PDF). ceopunjab.nic.in. Retrieved 24 May 2019.

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