Lok Sabha Election 2019 Phase 1: Voting ends in 91 constituencies

Lok Sabha Elections 2019
Lok Sabha Elections 2019, Car Nicobar , Image : PIB

New Delhi, April 11: Polling for the first phase of Lok Sabha elections in 91 constituencies across India concluded on Thursday.

In Phase 1 of Lok Sabha Election 2019 on April 11, the states which went to polls include Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chandigarh, Jammu and Kashmir, Maharashtra, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Sikkim, Telangana, Tripura, Uttar Pradesh, Uttarakhand, West Bengal, Andaman and Nicobar Islands, Lakshadweep.

The results of the general elections will be declared on May 23 after the conclusion of seven phases.

Live updates Phase 1 lok sabha polls:

Successful in conducting the first phase of polls in a free, fair and peaceful manner: Surendra Kumar, Chief Electoral Officer, Odisha

Voter Turnout till 5 pm

50.26%- Bihar, 60.57%- Telangana, 62%- Meghalaya, 59.77%- Uttar Pradesh, 78.20%- Manipur, 65.9%- Lakshadweep, 68%- Assam

Voting concludes in Odisha

Voter Turnout till 3 pm

55 % – Meghalaya, 68.65 % – Tripura , 46.17% – Jammu And Kashmir (Jammu and Baramulla Lok Sabha seats), – Sikkim , 55.20 % – Mizoram , 50 % – Maharashtra, 51.25 %- Lakshadweep, 51 % – Uttar Pradesh , 46.59 % – Uttarakhand , 69.94 %- West Bengal , 59 %- Assam , 68 % – Manipur , 55%- Andhra Pradesh , 50.87% – Arunachal Pradesh, 55%- Sikkim

BJD writes to Chief Electoral Officer, Bhubaneswar, over violation of EC guidelines by BJP

Clash between workers of TDP and YSRCP at a polling station Andhra Pradesh’s Gurajala

TDP leader Kodela Siva Prasada Rao attacked

Security personnel fires shots in air at polling station in Uttar Pradesh’s Shamli

World’s smallest living woman, Jyoti Amge, casts her vote in Nagpur

TDP leader S Bhaskar Reddy killed in clashes in Anantapur

Voter Turnout till 1 pm

Around 45 % – Meghalaya, Around 60 % – Tripura , 35.52 % – Jammu And Kashmir (Jammu and Baramulla Lok Sabha seats), 39.08 % – Sikkim , 46.5 % – Mizoram , 30.19 % – Maharashtra, 37.7 % – Lakshadweep, 40 % – Uttar Pradesh , 41.27% – Uttarakhand

Queue of voters at a polling station naxal affected Sukma district

Namo food packets distributed in Uttar Prdesh’s Noida

Andhra Pradesh: Jana Sena Chief Pawan Kalyan at the polling booth in Vijayawada

IED blast by naxals in Maharashtra’s Gadchiroli district

Khammam Congress candidate Renuka Choudhary Says “I am hopeful that we will be able to win this race”

Voter Turnout till 11 am

20 % – Bihar, 21 %- Uttar Pradesh , 22 % – Odisha , 24.66% – Jammu and Kashmir ( Jammu and Baramulla parliamentary constituencies), 38.08% – West Bengal (2 seats), 26.5% – Tripura (1 seat), 22.84% – Telangana, 23.78% – Uttarakhand, 23.10% – Lakshadweep , 13.7% – Maharashtra(7 seats), 27% – Meghalaya , 15% – Sikkim

Kashmiri Pandits in Udhampur cast their votes for Baramulla

Voters in Jammu and Kashmir

Visuals from Vishapkhapatnam

Visuals from polling booths in West Bengal

The first phase is third biggest in terms of number of Lok Sabha seats among the seven phases in which the election will be conducted. More than 1.70 lakh polling booths set up across 20 states and Union Territories.

According to official data, a total of 14,21,69,537 voters are eligible voters can cast their ballot. There are 7,22,17,733 male voters and 6,98,55931 female voters. There are an additional 7,764 third gender voters.

Andhra Pradesh – 25 seats

Constituencies in Andhra Pradesh (AP)

Araku
Srikakulam
Vizianagaram
Visakhapatnam
Anakapalle
Kakinada
Amalapuram
Rajahmundry
Narsapuram
Machilipatnam
Vijayawada
Guntur
Narasaraopet
Bapatla
Ongole
Nandyal
Kurnool
Anantapur
Hindupur
Kadapa
Nellore
Tirupati
Rajampet
Chittoor
Arunachal Pradesh – 2 seats

Arunachal East
Arunachal West
Assam- 5 seats

Tezpur
Kaliabor
Jorhat
Dibrugarh
Lakhimpur
Bihar – 4 seats

Aurangabad
Gaya
Nawada
Jamui
Chandigarh

Chhattisgarh- 1 seats

Bastar
Jammu and Kashmir- 2 seats

Baramulla
Jammu
Maharashtra- 7 seats

Wardha
Ramtek
Nagpur
Bhandara- Gondiya
Gadchiroli-Chimur
Chandrapur
Yavatmal-Washim

Manipur- 1 seats

Outer Manipur

Meghalaya- 2 seats

Shillong
Tura

Mizoram

Nagaland

Political parties in Nagaland – Naga National Democratic Party, Naga People’s Front, Nagaland Congress, Nationalist Democratic Movement, Nationalist Democratic Progressive Party

Odisha- 4 seats

Kalahandi
Nabarangpur
Berhampur
Koraput

Sikkim

Political parties in Sikkim – Congress, BJP, SDF, TMC, SKM

Telangana- 17 seats

Adilabad
Peddapalle
Karimnagar
Nizamabad
Zahirabad
Medak
Malkajgiri
Secunderabad
Hyderabad
Chevella
Mahbubnagar
Nagarkurnool
Nalgonda
Bhongir
Warangal
Mahabubabad
Khammam

Tripura West

Uttar Pradesh- 8

Saharanpur
Kairana
Muzaffarnagar
Bijnor
Meerut
Baghpat
Ghaziabad
Gautam Buddha Nagar
Uttarakhand- 5

Tehri Garhwal
Garhwal
Almora
Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar
Hardwar

West Bengal- 2

Cooch Behar
Alipurduars

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