2019 Indian general election in West Bengal

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2019 Indian general election in West Bengal

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42 seats
  Chief Minister Government of West Bengal (19892837430) crop.jpg Surya Kanta Mishra-1.jpg
Leader Mamata Bannerjee Somen Mitra Surjya Kanta Mishra
Party AITC INC CPI(M)
Alliance UPA LF
Leader since 1998 2018 2011
Leader's seat Will not contest Will not contest Will not contest
Last election 34 4 2

  Dilip Ghosh.jpg
Leader Dilip Ghosh
Party BJP
Alliance NDA
Leader since 2015
Leader's seat Medinipur
Last election 2

Westbengalen Wahlkreise Lok Sabha.svg

The 2019 Indian general election are due to be held in India between April and May 2019 to constitute the 17th Lok Sabha. The elections can be held at an earlier date if the Council of Ministers recommends dissolution of the 16th Lok Sabha to the President of India. However, the government has publicly announced that the elections will be held according to schedule.[1][2]

Results[edit]

# Constituency Turnout[3] Winner Party Margin
1 Cooch Behar 83.88 Increase
2 Alipurduars 83.71 Increase
3 Jalpaiguri 86.44 Increase
4 Darjeeling 78.71 Decrease
5 Raiganj 79.61 Decrease
6 Balurghat 83.61 Decrease
7 Maldaha Uttar 80.28 Decrease
8 Maldaha Dakshin 81.01 Increase
9 Jangipur 80.69 Increase
10 Baharampur 79.41 Increase
11 Murshidabad 84.33 Decrease
12 Krishnanagar 83.77 Decrease
13 Ranaghat 84.18 Decrease
14 Bangaon 82.63 Decrease
15 Barrackpur 76.92 Decrease
16 Dum Dum 76.88 Decrease
17 Barasat 81.19 Decrease
18 Basirhat 85.42 Increase
19 Joynagar 82.26 Increase
20 Mathurapur 84.85 Decrease
21 Diamond Harbour 81.90 Increase
22 Jadavpur 78.34 Decrease
23 Kolkata Dakshin 69.65 Increase
24 Kolkata Uttar 65.74 Decrease
25 Howrah 74.78 Increase
26 Uluberia 81.16 Decrease
27 Serampore 78.48 Decrease
28 Hooghly 82.47 Decrease
29 Arambagh 83.41 Decrease
30 Tamluk 85.32 Decrease
31 Kanthi 85.79 Decrease
32 Ghatal 82.70 Decrease
33 Jhargram 85.47 Increase
34 Medinipur 84.13 Decrease
35 Purulia 82.28 Increase
36 Bankura 83.14 Increase
37 Bishnupur 87.36 Increase
38 Bardhaman Purba 84.75 Decrease
39 Bardhaman-Durgapur 82.60 Decrease
40 Asansol 76.62 Decrease
41 Bolpur 85.70 Increase
42 Birbhum 85.28 Decrease

Party wise West Bengal lock sabha election result 2019[edit]

Name of the Party Abbreviation Won Seats
All India Trinamool Congress AITC
Indian National Congress INC
Bharatiya Janata Party BJP
Communist Party of India CPM
Total Sets 42

Opinion polls[edit]

Date published Polling agency Lead
NDA UPA AITC CPIM
Jan 2019 Spick Media[4] 8 4 30 0 22
Jan 2019 Republic TV - Cvoter[5] 7 1 34 0 27
Nov 2018 Spick Media[6] 5 4 32 1 27
Nov 2018 ABP News - C Voter[7] 9 1 32  – 23
Date published Polling agency Lead
NDA UPA AITC CPIM
Jan 2019 Republic TV - C Voter[5] 30.8% 9.6% 45.7% 14.4% 11.9%

Candidates[edit]

Trinamool Congress[edit]

On 12 March 2019, party president Mamata Banerjee announced the party candidates for the election. [8] 41% of the candidates were women. Notable exclusions from the list were the party's general secretary Subrata Bakshi and Sugata Bose. Bose did not get permission from Harvard University, where he is a professor to contest the election.[9] Notable inclusions were Bengali actresses Mimi Chakraborty and Nusrat Jahan.[10]

Source:Source

Left Front[edit]

Source:CPIM West Bengal, CPIM West Bengal

Indian National Congress[edit]

Source:News Nation

Bharatiya Janata Party[edit]

Source:Economic Times

# Constituency Reserved for

(SC/ST/None)

Candidates Name
All India Trinamool Congress Bharatiya Janata Party Indian National Congress Left Front
1 Cooch Behar SC Paresh Chandra Adhikary Nisith Pramanik Priya Roy Choudhury Gobinda Roy
2 Alipurduars ST Dasrath Tirkey John Barla Mohan Lal Basumuta Mili Oraon
3 Jalpaiguri SC Bijoy Chandra Barman Jayanta Ray Mani Kumar Darnal Bhagirath Roy
4 Darjeeling None Amar Singh Rai Raju Singh Bisht Shankar Malakar Saman Pathak
5 Raiganj None Kanaia Lal Agarwal Deboshree Chaudhary Deepa Dasmunshi Mohammed Salim
6 Balurghat None Arpita Ghosh Sukanta Majumdar Sadik Sarkar Ranen Burman
7 Maldaha Uttar None Mausam Noor Khagen Murmu Isha Khan Chowdhury Biswanath Ghosh
8 Maldaha Dakshin None Moazzem Hossain Sreerupa Mitra Chaudhury Abu Hasem Khan Choudhury
9 Jangipur None Khalilur Rehman Mafuja Khatun Abhijit Mukherjee Zulfikar Ali
10 Baharampur None Apurba Sarkar Krishna Juardar Arya Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury
11 Murshidabad None Abu Taher Khan Humayun Kabir Abu Hena Badaruddoza Khan
12 Krishnanagar None Mahua Moitra Kalyan Chaubey Intaj Ali Shah Shantanu Jha
13 Ranaghat SC Rupaali Biswas Jagannath Sarkar Minati Biswas Ruma Biswas
14 Bangaon SC Mamata Bala Thakur Shantanu Thakur Sourav Prasad Alokesh Das
15 Barrackpur None Dinesh Trivedi Arjun Singh Mohammad Alam Gargi Chatterjee
16 Dum Dum None Sougata Roy Samik Bhattacharya Saurav Saha Nepaldeb Bhattacharya
17 Barasat None Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar Mrinal Kanthi Debnath Subrota (Rashu) Dutta Haripada Biswas
18 Basirhat None Nusrat Jahan Sayantan Basu Quazi Abdur Rahim Pallab Sengupta
19 Jaynagar SC Pratima Mondal Ashok Kandari Tapan Mondal Subhash Naskar
20 Mathurapur SC Choudhury Mohan Jatua Shyamaprasad Halder Krittibas Sardar Sarat Haldar
21 Diamond Harbour None Abhishek Banerjee Nilanjan Roy Soumya Aich Roy Fuad Halim
22 Jadavpur None Mimi Chakraborty Anupam Hazra TBA Bikash Ranjan Bhattacharya
23 Kolkata Dakshin None Mala Roy Chandra Kumar Bose Mita Chakraborty Nandini Mukherjee
24 Kolkata Uttar None Sudip Bandyopadhyay Rahul Sinha Syed Shahid Imam Kaninika Bose (Ghosh)
25 Howrah None Prasun Banerjee Rantideb Sen Gupta Suvra Ghosh Sumitra Adhikari
26 Uluberia None Sajda Ahmed Joy Banerjee Shoma Ranisree Roy Maqsuda Khatun
27 Serampore None Kalyan Banerjee Debajit Sarkar Debabrata Biswas Tirthankor Roy
28 Hooghly None Ratna De (Nag) Locket Chatterjee Pratul Saha Pradip Saha
29 Arambagh SC Aparupa Poddar Tapan Roy Jyoti Das Shaktimohan Mullick
30 Tamluk None Dibyendu Adhikari Siddhartha Naskar Lakshman Chandra Seth Sheikh Ibrahim Ali
31 Kanthi None Sisir Adhikari Debasish Samant Dipak Kumar Das Paritosh Patnaik
32 Ghatal None Dev Bharati Ghosh Khandakar Mohammad Saifullah Tapan Ganguly
33 Jhargram ST Birbaha Soren Kunar Hembram Jagyeswar Hembram Debolina Hembrom
34 Medinipur None Manas Bhunia Dilip Ghosh Sambhunath Chatterjee Biplab Bhatt
35 Purulia None Mriganko Mahato Jyotirmoy Mahto Nepal Mahato Bir Singh Mahato
36 Bankura None Subrata Mukherjee Subhash Sarkar TBA Amiyo Patro
37 Bishnupur SC Shyamal Santra Saumitra Khan Narayan Chandra Khan Sunil Khan
38 Bardhaman Purba SC Sunil Kumar Mandal Paresh Chandra Das Siddhartha Majumder Ishwar Chandra Das
39 Bardhaman-Durgapur None Mamtaz Sanghamita S. S. Ahluwalia Ranajit Mukherjee Abhas Roy Choudhury
40 Asansol None Moon Moon Sen Babul Supriyo Biswarup Mondal Gouranga Chatterjee
41 Bolpur SC Asit Mal Ram Prashad Das Abhijit Saha Ram Chandra Dome
42 Birbhum None Satabdi Roy Dudh Kumar Mondal Imam Hossain Rezaul Karim

References[edit]

  1. ^ Singh, Vijaita (2018-09-01). "General election will be held in 2019 as per schedule, says Rajnath Singh". The Hindu. ISSN 0971-751X. Retrieved 2019-01-04.
  2. ^ Vishnoi, Anubhuti (25 February 2019). "Lok Sabha polls dates soon after EC team's Kashmir visit". The Economic Times. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  3. ^ Final voter turnout of Phase 1 and Phase 2 of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019, The Election Commission of India (20 April 2019, updated 4 May 2019)
  4. ^ Network, Spick Media (21 February 2019). "#BJP shows improvement at #WestBengal. Ruling Trinamool Congress to stay as Single Largest Party in state. #LokSabhaElections2019 @AITCofficial : 30 (38.56%) @BJP4Bengal : 08 (19.44%) @INCWestBengal : 04 (15.39%) #Others : 00 (26.61%) : #FON #FOWB #AITC #BJP #CPIM #Congresspic.twitter.com/6IyDl0cvMZ". Twitter. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  5. ^ a b "National Approval Ratings: Despite BJP's West Bengal push, Mamata's TMC projected to dominate elections". Republicworld.com. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  6. ^ "Fate of West Bengal : Spick Media - IE Tech - Fate of Nation survey - Fate of west bengal (august - september, 2018)" (PDF). Img1.wsimg.com. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  7. ^ न्यूज, एबीपी (1 November 2018). "अभी देश का मूड पीएम मोदी के साथ, यूपी में महागठबंधन नहीं बना तो एनडीए को 300 सीट: एबीपी न्यूज-सी वोटर सर्वे". Abpnews.abplive.in. Retrieved 26 February 2019.
  8. ^ "Mamata releases TMC list for all 42 WB seats; alleges attempt to bribe voters". The Economic Times. 12 March 2019. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  9. ^ Rakshit, Avishek (12 March 2019). "Lok Sabha polls 2019: Trinamool Congress' election list out, 41% women". Business Standard. Retrieved 17 March 2019.
  10. ^ Kumar, Sweety. "Lok Sabha polls: TMC's two new faces from Tollywood caught in middle of a social media storm". The Indian Express. Retrieved 17 March 2019.

External links[edit]

West Bengal general Election (Lock Sabha) Result 2019