Lok Sabha Elections 2009

Lok Sabha Elections 2009 dates have been announced and the voting will be taking place in 5 phases.

Total no. of Seats – 543
Total no. of Voters – 714 Million
Total no. of Polling Stations – 8,28,804
Results Declaration – May 16th 2009

Number of Seats and States

Assam – 14 seats
Polls – April 16, 23
2004 election results – Congress (9), BJP (2) others (3)

Arunachal Pradesh – 2 seats
Polls – April 16
2004 BJP did a clean sweap of the 2 loksabha seats

Andaman & Nicobar Islands – 1 seat
Polls – April 16
2004 the seat went to congress

Andhra Pradesh – 42 seats
Polls – April 16, 23
2004 Elections – Congress (29), TDP (5), TRS (5), others (3)

Bihar – 40 seats
Polls – April 16, 23, 30 and May 7
2004 seats – RJD (22), Congress (3), JD(U) (6), BJP (5), LJ SP (4)

Chandigarh – 1 seat
Polls on – May 13
2004 Election the single seat went to congress party of India

Chattisgarh – 11 seats
Polls – April 16
2004 Elections – BJP (10) and Congress (1)

Delhi – 7 Seats
Polls on – May 7
2004 Loksabha election results for Delhi – Congress (6), BJP (1)

Dadra and Nagar Haveli – 1 seat
Polls – April 30
2004 single seat went ot BNP

Daman and Diu – 1 seat
Polls – April 30
2004 the single seat went to congress

Goa – 2 seats
Polls – April 23
2004 one seat went to BJP and the other went to congress

Gujarat – 26 seats
Polls – april 30
2004 Election results – BJP (14), Congress(12)

Himachal Pradesh – 4 Seats
Polls on – May 13
2004 Loksabha Election resuts in Himachal – Congress (3), BJP (1)

Haryana – 10 Seats
Polls on – May 7
2004 Election results in Haryana – Congress (9), BJP (1)

Jammu and Kashmir – 6 Seats
Polls on – April 16, 23, 30 and May 7,13
2004 Loksabha Election results in Jammu and kashmir – Congress (2), National Conference (2), PDP (1) , Independent (1)

Jharkhand – 14 seats
Polls – April 16, 23
2004 Elections – Congress (6), JMM (4), RJD(2), BJP (1) and CPI (1)

Karnataka – 28 seats
Polls – April 23, 30
2004 Elections – BJP(18), Congress (8), JD(S) (2)

Kerala – 20 seats
Polls – April 16
2004 LDF (18), Congress (1) and NDA (1)

Lakshadweep – 1 seat
Polls – April 16
JD(U) won the single seat in 2004

Madhya Pradesh – 29 seats
Polls – April 23, 30
2004 election results – BJP (25) , Congress (4)

Maharashtra – 48 seats
Polls – April 16, 20 , 30
2004 election results – Congress (13), NCP(9), RPI (1), BJP (13), Shivsena (12)

Manipur – 2 seats
Polls – April 16, 22
2004 seat standing – Congress(1), Independent (1)

Mizoram – 1 seat
Polls – April 16
2004 – MNF won the single seat

Meghalaya – 2 seats
Polls – April 16
2004 elections – Congress (1) , Trinamul Congress (1)

Nagaland – 1 seat
Polls – April 16
2004 elections the one seat went to NPF

Orissa – 21 seats
Polls – April 16, 23
2004 results – BJD (11), BJP (7), Congress (2), JMM (1)

Pondicherry – 1 seat
Polls – May 13
2004 – PMK won the single seat

Punjab – 13 seats
Polls on – May 7, 13
2004 Election results in Punjab – Akali Dal (8), BJP (3), Congress (2)

Rajasthan – 25 seats
Polls on – May 7
2004 Election results – BJP (21), Congress (4)

Sikkim – 1 seat
Polls – April 30
2004 one seat went to LDF

Tamil Nadu – 39 seats
Polls – May 13
2004 election results – DMK (16), Congress (10), PMK (5). AIDMK(4), CPI (2), CPM (2)

Tripura – 2 seats
Polls – April 23
CPM won 2 seats in 2004 loksabha elections

Uttarakhand – 5 seats
Polls on – May 13
2004 Election results for Uttarakhand – BJP (3), SP (1), Congress (1)

Uttar Pradesh – 80 Seats
Polls – April 16, 23, 30 and May 7, 13
2004 seat standings – SP (35), BSP (19), BJP (10), Congress (9), RJD (3) others (4)

West Bengal – 42 seats
Polls – April 30 and May 7, 13
2004 Elections – CPM (26), Congress (6) , Forward Block (3), CPI (3), RSP (3), Trinamul Congress (1)

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