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16th Sept 2014-Live Updates & Trends on by-election to Parliamentary & Assembly Elections
>10:45> In Gujarat, Congress wins the Deesa and Mangrol assembly constituencies, while the BJP has won Maninagar and Tankara seats.
- The BJP wins the Vadodara Lok Sabha constituency.
-In Rajasthan, BJP has won the Kota South Assembly constituency, and Congress has won the Nasirabad seat.
> 10 AM- Congress leads on 3 seats in Rajasthan.
>9:30 AM- Trends show BJP leading in three of the four Assembly seats of Rajasthan.
-In Assam AIUDF leading in all 3 Assembly constituencies.
- In Uttar Pradesh, we are heading for a close finish as BJP and SP areleading in 5 setas each.
-In Gujarat, Congress leading in 4 seats-gain of 4.
> 9 AM-In Rajasthan BJP, and Congress are engaged in neck-to-neck fight as both the parties are leading in 2 seats each.
-TRS is leading in Medak Lok Sabha constituency.
-In Noida BJP is leading
- In UP, BJP leading in Lucknow, Saharanpur, Moradabad
> Counting of votes today. Update will be posted as the trends become available.
15th Sept. 2014> Counting of votes to take place on 16th Sept. 2014. Check back for trends and results. Counting is expeceted to finish by afternoon.
13th Sept. 2014> Moderate to high turnout was recorded in the by-elections held in 3 Lok Sabha and 33 assembly constituencies spread across ten states.
- 4 ACs in Rajasthan recorded 66% voting. Whereras, in West Bengal, two ACs saw 59.59 and 47.13 per cent respectively.
- 68% voting was recorded in 1-ACs of AP went to by-poll.
-The three LS constituencies--Vadodara (Gujarat), Mainpuri (Uttar Pradesh), and Medak (Telangana) recorded 49, 56 and 67 per cent voting respectively.
- 53 per cent voting was recorded in the 11 assembly constituencies in UP by-polls.
-50 per cent voting was witnessed in Antagarh assembly in Chattisgarh. 3 AC is Assam recorded 70% and over 87 per cent was the turnout in Tripura's Manu seat.
>Voting began today for byelections to 3 Lok Sabha and 33 Assembly constituencies spread across 10 states. It will be a major test of Narendra Modi government's popularity since it assumed power in May.
Bye Elections for Parliamentary Constituencies (13th Sept. 2014)
|S.No.||PC Name||State||Current MP|
|1||Vadodara||Gujarat||Vacated by Narendra Modi|
|2||Mainpuri||Uttar Pradesh||Vacated by Mulayam Singh Yadav|
|3||Beed||Maharashtra||Gopinath Munde passed away|
|4||Medak||Telangana||Kalvakuntla Chandrashekar Rao resigned as MP and elected CM of state|
Upcoming State Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Bye-elections (Elections on 13th September)
|Assembly Constituencies going to poll on Sept. 13, 2014|
|S.No.||State||No.||Name of Assembly Consistuency|
|19||Sikkim||15||Rangang – Yangang|
|21||Uttar Pradesh||3||Saharanpur Nagar|
|26||Uttar Pradesh||173||Lucknow East|
|30||Uttar Pradesh||282||Balha (SC)|
|32||West Bengal||124||Basirhat Dakshin|
Scedule of by-poll elections September 2014
|S. No.||Particulars of Events||Date|
|1||Issue of Notification||20th August, 2014 (Wednesday)|
|2||Last Date of Making Nominations||27th August, 2014 (Wednesday)|
|3||Scrutiny of Nominations||28th August, 2014 (Thursday)|
|4||Last Date of Withdrawal of Candidatures||30th August, 2014 (Saturday)|
|5||Date of Poll||13th September, 2014 (Saturday)|
|6||Counting of Votes||16th September, 2014 (Tuesday)|
|7||Date before which election shall be completed||19th September, 2014 (Friday)|
Results & Updates: State Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Bye-elections (Elections on 21st August)
|25th Aug 2014||
5 PM> Bihar Results: RJD-JD(U)-Congress alliance wins 6 out of 10 seats, rest goes to BJP. Narkatiaganj-BJP, Rajnagar-RJD, Jale-JDU, Chapra-RJD, Hajipur-BJP, Mohiuddin Nagar-RJD, Parbatta-JDU, Bhagalpur-INC, Banka-BJP, Mohania (SC)-BJP
Punjab Results: Talwandi Sabo-SAD, Patiala-INC
Karnataka Results: Chikkodi-INC, Bellary (ST)-INC, Shikaripura-BJP
Madhya Pradesh: Vijayraghav garh-BJP, Bahoriband-INC, Agar (SC)-BJP
1 PM>BJP's Ramnarayan Mandal wins Bankaka.
- Niranjan Ram of the BJP wins Mohania seat in Bihar.
- JD(U)'s Rishi Mishra wins Jale seat
- RJD's Randhir Kumar Singh wins the prestigious Chapra seat.
- Shirmoani Akali Dal (SAD) candidate Jeet Mohinder Singh wins Talwandi Sabo seat in Punjab.
12:30PM> RJD has won Rajnagar, Chapra and Mohiuddinnagar seats. The Congress, won the Bhagalpur seat. BJP wins the Narkatiaganj seat.
-In the rest of the five seats from Bihar, the BJP is ahead only in two, while the Lalu-Nitish combine has surged leading in three.
- BJP vice president BS Yeddyurappa son BY Raghavendra wins Shikaripura seat in Karnataka.
12:05PM> The Lalu-Nitish-Congress mega alliance is now ahead in seven of the 10 seats where by-elections were held in Bihar.
11:20> BJP's Rashmi Varma wins Narkatiganj seat in Bihar. While RJD's Ajay Kumar Bulganin beats Nityanand Rai of BJP to win Mohiuddinnagar seat in Bihar.
- The BJP is leading in six seats while the RJD-JD(U)- Congress alliance is ahead in four of the 10 Assembly seats for which by-elections were held last week.
11:00 AM> Congress' NY Gopalakrishna wins Bellary Rural seat with a margin of over 33142 votes.
- BJP's Gopal Parmar has won against Rajkumar Gore of Congress from Agar seat in Madhya Pradesh.
- Congress candidate Perneet Kaur wins Patiala. AAP candidate loses deposit.
|25th Aug 2014||
10:10 AM> The united opposition of RJD, JD(U) and Congress is giving a tough fight to BJP in Bihar. As per the latest trends, the 'grand alliance' and the BJP is ahead in five seats each of the 10 seats that went to polls.
-BJP ahead in Rajnagar, Jale, Mohania, Hajipur, Banka and Narkatiaganj. United alliance is leading in Mohiuddinagar (RJD), Chapra (RJD), Bhagalpur (Congress) and Parbatta (JDU).
-BJP leading in all three seats - Bahoriband, Vijayraghavgarh and Agar – in MP.
- In Karanataka, Congress ahead in Chikodi-Sadalaga and Bellary Rural seats, while BJP is leading in Shikaripura. There are twenty-two candidates are in the fray for the by-polls in Karnataka.
- Congress, Akalis lead on one seat each in Punjab.
8:02> Counting of votes have begin for all the 18 seats across the four states. First trends are expected in an about an hour.
- Most of the results are expected by later afternoon.
|S.No.||State||AC Name||S.No.||State||AC Name|
|7||Bihar||Parbatta||16||Madhya Pradesh||Agar (SC)|
Scedule of by-poll elections
|S. No.||Particulars of Events||Date|
|1||Issue of Notification||26th July, 2014 (Saturday)|
|2||Last Date of Making Nominations||2nd August, 2014 (Saturday)|
|3||Scrutiny of nominations||4th August, 2014 (Monday)|
|4||Last date of withdrawal of candidates||6th August, 2014 (Wednesday)|
|5||Date of poll||21th August, 2014 (Thursday)|
|6||Counting of Votes||25th August, 2014 (Monday)|
|7||Date Before which election shall be completed||30th August, 2014 (Saturday)|
Schedule: Maharashtra and Haryana State Assembly Elections 2014
> The Election Commission has announced the dates of Maharashtra and Haryana assembly elections on Friday. Both the states will go to the polls on October 15 and counting will take place on October 19.
|State||Total No. of ACs||Reserved for SC||Reserved for ST|
- Haryana has electoral size of 16158117 wheras Maharashtra electroal size is 82591826.
- Polling will take place at 16244 polling booths in Haryana and at 90403 booths in Maharashtra.
|Schedule of Maharashtra and Haryana Assembly Election 2014|
|S. No.||Poll Event||Dates ( All 140 ACs)|
|1.||Issue of Notification||20.09.2014 (Saturday)|
|2.||Last date for making Nominations||27.09.2014 (Saturday)|
|3.||Scrutiny of Nominations||29.09.2014 (Monday)|
|4.||Last date for withdrawal of candidature||01.10.2014 (Wednesday)|
|5.||Date of Poll||15.10.2014 (Wednesday)|
|6.||Counting of Votes||19.10.2014 (Sunday)|
|7.||Date before which election process shall be completed||22.10.2014 (Wednesday)|
>Election commission is expecetd to announce today (12th Sept 2014), schedule of the elections for the Haryana and Maharashtra state assemblies. The term of the Haryana Assembly expires on October 27 and of the Maharashtra Assembly on November 08.
Facts about the 16th Lok Sabha Elections 2014
- Lok Sabha has 543 elected members from 543 parlimentary constituencies across India. Of these, 131 seats are reserved for candidates from the scheduled castes and tribes category.
- Uttar Pradesh has the most Lok Sabha seats (80) while the states of Nagaland, Sikkim, Mizoram and the union territories have one seat each.
- Elections for 543 seats will held in 9 phases and are spread over 6 weeks times.
- Elections for the first phase begin on April 7 and last phase on 12 May.
About 814.5 million people will be eligible to vote in the world’s biggest democratic exercise.
- Counting of votes will take place on May 16 and all the results are expected on the same day.
- Elections to the state assemblies in Andhra Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim will also be held simultaneously with Lok Sabha Elections.
- Around 930,000 polling stations will be set up for the month-long election using electronic voting machines.
- Uttar Pradesh has the most eligible voters (134 million)
- Sikkim the lowest (about 362,000).
- Male voters constitute 52.4 percent of the electorate.
- Women voters outnumber men in eight regions — Puducherry, Kerala, Manipur, Mizoram, Daman & Diu, Meghalaya, Goa and Arunachal Pradesh.
- Out of total electors of 84.5 Million, 28,314 identify themselves as transgender.
- There are 11,844 non-resident Indians registered to vote in the election this year.
- Nearly 10 million officials (including police for security) will be deployed to conduct the elections.
- A candidate can spend up to Rs 70 Lakh for his election campaign.
- Nearly 85 percent of the candidates lost their security deposit in the 2009 election.
- In the 2009 General Elections, around 78 percent of the members have a graduate, post-graduate degree or a doctorate.
- Malkajgiri in Andhra Pradesh is the biggest parliamentary constituency in terms of voters with around 2.95 million electors.
- Lakshadweep is the smallest parliamentary constituency with 47,972 voters.
- In the 2009 election, 363 political parties took part.
- Bahujan Samaj Party contested for maximum number of seats (500 out of 543), followed by the Congress (440) and the Bharatiya Janata Party (433).
- The smallest margin of victory was for Namo Narain of the Congress party who defeated his BJP rival by 317 votes in Rajasthan’s Tonk Sawai Madhopur constituency in 2009 General Elections.
- Voters will have a “None of the Above” option on voting machines.
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