Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 1: List of states, constituencies & star candidates whose fate will be sealed on April 19

Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 1 will kickstart on Friday (April 19) with voters casting their votes in 21 states and choosing their representatives in the Lower House of the Parliament in 102 constituencies

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The clock has started ticking for the world to witness the 'festival of democracy' i.e. Lok Sabha Elections 2024 in India. Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 1 will kickstart on Friday (April 19) with voters casting their votes in 21 states and choosing their representatives in the Lower House of the Parliament in 102 constituencies. The Lok Sabha Elections 2024 will determine whether Narendra Modi will remain Prime Minister of India or not. Notably, the BJP-led NDA is taking on a new look united opposition named I.N.D.I.A alliance, an umbrella of 28 opposition parties including the Indian National Congress (INC), Aam Aadmi Party (AAP), Trinamool Congress (TMC), etc. 

 

Lok Sabha Elections 2024 or General Elections 2024 is the world's largest-ever democratic exercise, with 969 million registered voters eligible to cast their vote over 44 days. The votes will be counted and results will be announced on June 4. Below is full list of States and constituencies that will undergo polls in Lok Sabha Elections 2024 first phase- 

 

Lok Sabha Polls 2024 Phase 1 States & Constituencies

 

Arunachal Pradesh: All 2 Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Arunachal West
  2. Arunachal East

Assam: 5 (of 14) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Kaziranga
  2. Sonitpur
  3. Lakhimpur
  4. Dibrugarh
  5. Jorhat

Bihar: 4 (of 40) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Aurangabad
  2. Gaya (SC)
  3. 39 Nawada
  4. Jamui

 

Chhattisgarh: 1 (of 11) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Bastar

Madhya Pradesh: 6 (of 29) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Sidhi
  2. 12 Shahdol ST
  3. 13 Jabalpur
  4. 14 Mandla ST
  5. 15 Balaghat
  6. Chhindwara

Maharashtra: 5 (of 48) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Ramtek
  2. Nagpur
  3. Bhandara - Gondiya
  4. Gadchiroli - Chimur
  5. Chandrapur

Manipur: All 2 Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Inner Manipur
  2. Outer Manipur

Meghalaya: All 2 Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Shillong
  2. Tura

Mizoram: 1 Lok Sabha constituency

  1. Mizoram

Nagaland: 1 Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Nagaland

Rajasthan: 12 (of 25) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Ganganagar
  2. Bikaner
  3. Churu
  4. Jhunjhunu
  5. Sikar
  6. Jaipur Rural
  7. Jaipur
  8. Alwar
  9. Bharatpur
  10. Karauli-Dholpur
  11. Dausa
  12. Nagaur

Sikkim: 1 Lok Sabha constituency

  1. Sikkim

Tamil Nadu: All 39 Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Tiruvallur SC
  2. Chennai North 
  3. Chennai South 
  4. Chennai Central 
  5. Sriperumbudur 
  6. Kancheepuram SC
  7. Arakkonam 
  8. Vellore 
  9. Krishnagiri 
  10. Dharmapuri 
  11. Tiruvannamalai 
  12. Arani 
  13. Viluppuram SC
  14. Kallakurichi 
  15. Salem 
  16. Namakkal 
  17. Erode 
  18. Tiruppur 
  19. Nilgiris SC
  20. Coimbatore 
  21. Pollachi 
  22. Dindigul 
  23. Karur 
  24. Tiruchirappalli 
  25. Perambalur 
  26. Cuddalore 
  27. Chidambaram SC
  28. Mayiladuthurai 
  29. Nagapattinam
  30. Thanjavur 
  31. Sivaganga 
  32. Madurai 
  33. Theni 
  34. Virudhunagar 
  35. Ramanathapuram 
  36. Thoothukkudi 
  37. Tenkasi SC
  38. Tirunelveli 
  39. Kanniyakumari

Tripura: 1 (of 2) Lok Sabha constituency

  1. Tripura West

Uttar Pradesh: 8 (of 80) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Saharanpur GEN
  2. Kairana GEN
  3. Muzaffarnagar
  4. Bijnor GEN
  5. Nagina
  6. Moradabad GEN
  7. Rampur GEN
  8. Pilibhit

Uttarakhand: All 5 Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Tehri Garhwal
  2. Garhwal
  3. Almora SC
  4. Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar
  5. Haridwar

West Bengal: 3 (of 42) Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Coochbehar SC
  2. Alipurduars ST
  3. Jalpaiguri

Andaman And Nicobar: 1 Lok Sabha constituencies

  1. Andaman and Nicobar islands

Jammu and Kashmir: 1 (of 5) Lok Sabha constituency

  1. Udhampur

Lakshadweep: 1 Lok Sabha constituency

  1. Lakshadweep

Puducherry: 1 Lok Sabha constituency

  1. Puducherry

 

Lok Sabha Elections 2024 Phase 1 Star Candidates

 

1. Nitin Gadkari

Union Highways Minister & BJP's stalwart Nitin Gadkari is contesting Lok Sabha Elections 2024 from Nagpur. BJP had expressed its faith in Nitin Gadkari over his year of work for India and his constituency. Nagpur is considered to be a stronghold of the BJP. Notably, RSS has also its headquarters in Nagpur. In the last Lok Sabha Polls, Nitin Gadkari had secured victory by 2.84 lakh votes. 

 

On the other hand, Congress has fielded Nana Patole to take on Gadkari in the orange city. Notably, Nana Patole quit the BJP in 2017 and later joined the Congress party. Patole had criticised the BJP's leadership in 2017. 

 

2. Chirag Paswan 

 

Calls himself the 'Hanuman of Prime Minister Modi, LJP leader Chirag Paswan is contesting the Lok Sabha Elections from Jamui, Bihar. Chirag Paswan is the son of late LJP chief Ram Vilas Paswan. Chirag is banking on the Modi factor and a favourable caste equation to get reelected from Maoist-hit Jamui. Chirag is pitted against grand alliance candidate Bhudeo Choudhary of RLSP. Choudhary had won the seat in 2009 on a JD(U) ticket. Jamui has over 11% Mahadalit population that may favour Chirag. 

 

 

3. Kiren Rijiju

 

Union Minister Kiren Rijiju is fighting his toughest battle, against Congress strongman and former CM Nabam Tuki. Kiren Rijiju, the Union MoS is fighting Lok Sabha Polls from Arunachal West.  Among his opponents is the first woman to be fielded in the seat by any party ever: activist Jarjum Ete of JD(S), who says she has the edge as women voters outnumber men here. Also in the fray is Khyoda Apik who belongs to BJP’s ally, NPP. The one issue that has ruled the election campaign is the Citizenship Bill. 


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