Big Shock to BJP in LS Election 2024: UP, Bihar, West Bengal & Maharashtra likely to stop Modi from forming govt without alliance

As per the data released by Election Commission of India, BJP is leading on 234 seats out of a total 543 seats.

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The counting of votes in overall India started at 8 am. After 3 hours passing by, the data that has come forward shows that ‘Modi Magic’ is likely to fail this Lok Sabha Elections. It seems like all the predictions made by various Exit Polls are likely to be proved wrong. Bharatiya Janta Party is lagging far behind the majority numbers i.e. 273 in the country. As per the data released by the Election Commission of India, the BJP is leading on 234 seats out of a total 543 seats. Various states have given a big shock to BJP including Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Bihar and Maharashtra.

Last elections, BJP won 64 seats in UP and this time the party gave a target of winning 80 seats. However, in the Lok Sabha Election 2024, Samajwadi Party is leading ahead of BJP. Various famous leaders of BJP like Smriti Irani are also lagging behind from her constituency.

Bihar along with Maharashtra have also come as shoch to BJP. In Haryana also, BJP has suffered a loss of 7 seats.

Here is a list of the number of seats on which BJP is leading in various states 

States BJP Seats BJP Alliance Seats 
Andhra Pradesh  3 seats 18 seats
Arunachal Pradesh  2 seats -
Assam 8 seats 1 seat
Bihar 11 seats 18 seats
Chattisgarh  9 seats -
Gujarat  25 seats -
Haryana 3 seats -
Himachal Pradesh  4 seats -
Jammu & Kashmir  2 seats -
Jharkhand  8 seats -
Karnataka  17 seats 3 seats
Kerala 2 seats -
Madhya Pradesh  29 seats -
Maharashtra  12 seats 8 seats
Odhisha  17 seats -
Rajasthan  13 seats -
Telangana  7 seats -
Uttar Pradesh  34 seats 2 seats
Uttarakhand  5 seats -
West Bengal  12 seats -


Lok Sabha Elections 2024

Termed as the biggest electoral process in the world, Lok Sabha Elections 2024 was completed in seven phases of voting. The phase 1 of the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 started on April 9, 2024 and the final phase i.e. phase 7 was completed on June 1, 2024. There were a total of 543 seats up for grabs and the party that will cross the magical 272 marks will be declared the ultimate winner.