North East Delhi East Delhi Gurdaspur Bengaluru South Gandhinagar live updates key constituencies to look out for; Amit Shah won by 5.4 lac votes

Lok Sabha Election Result 2019 Live Updates: Get live updates about Election Results 2019 from Key Constituencies like from North East Delhi, East delhi, Gurdaspur, Bengaluru South and Gandhinagar.

Created On: May 23, 2019 19:35 IST
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1. Amit shah has won the election by 5.4 lac votes.

2. Tejaswi Surya of BJP has won by 3.25 lac votes from the Bangaluru south.

Today on the 23rd May 2019, the youngest country in the world i.e. India is preparing itself for the counting of the votes for the formation of 17th Lok Sabha.

Here is a live Updates on the results of the 2019 general elections. Now get the live report of the key constituencies like North East Delhi, East delhi, Gurdaspur, Bengaluru South and Gandhinagar etc.




North East Delhi

 Manoj Tiwari is leading by 3.6 lac votes


East Delhi

 Gautam Gambhir leading by 3.9 lac votes

 Arvinder Singh Lovely (INC)


 Sunny deol leading by 77000 votes

 SUNIL JAKHAR (Congress)

Bengaluru South

 Tejaswi Surya won by 3.25 lac votes

 B.K.HARIPRASAD (Congress)


 Amit shah has won the election by 5.4 lac votes.

 Dr. C. J. CHAVDA (Congress)

A. North East Delhi Constituency the stronghold of Purvanchal voters;

Election update @ 07:30 PM;

1. MANOJ TIWARI (BJP) votes 785262 and vote share is 57.59%.

2. SHEILA DIKSHIT (INC)votes 421293 and vote share is 24.3%.

3.  DILIP PANDEY (AAP) votes 190586  and vote share is  13.99%.

4.  RAJVEER SINGH (BSP) votes 37630 and vote share is 2.53%.

MANOJ TIWARI is leading by 363669 votes

This Lok Sabha constituency is dominated by migrants from UP and Bihar. Manoj Tiwari of the BJP is the sitting MP from this constituency. In the general election of 2014 Manoj Tiwari defeated Prof. Anand Kumar of AAP by the margin of 1.44 lac votes.

In 2009 general election this seat was won by the Jai Prakash Agarwal of the congress.

Candidates for 2019 General Election are;

1. Manoj Tiwari (BJP)

2. Sheila Dikshit (INC)

3. Dilip Pandey (AAP)

4. Rajveer Singh (BSP)

B. East Delhi Constituency;

This constituency came into existence in 1966. It presently comprises of approximately 16 lakh voters and a population of approx 25 lakhs.
In 2014 general election this seat was won by the Maheish Girri of the BJP after defeating Rajmohan Gandhi of AAP by the margin of 1,90,463 votes.

Main candidates in this constituency for 2019 General Election are;

1. Gautam Gambhir (BJP)

2. Atishi Marlena (AAP)

3. Arvinder Singh Lovely (INC)

4. Rajeshwar Gowda (BSP)

Election update @ 06:30 PM;

1. GAUTAM GAMBHIR (BJP) votes 6,95,109 and vote share is 55.2%.

2. ARVINDER SINGH LOVELY (INC) votes 3,04,718 and vote share is 24.14%.

3. ATISHI (AAP) votes 2,19,156 votes share is 17.86%.

Gautam Gambhir is leading by 3,90,391 votes

C. Gurdaspur Constituency; the entry of ‘Dhai kilo ka hath’ in the Indian politics

Election update @ 06:30 PM;

1. SUNNY DEOL (BJP) Votes 551177 and vote share is 50.8%

2. SUNIL JAKHAR (Congress) votes 474168 and vote share is 42.18%.

Sunny Deol leading by 77000 votes

Gurdaspur Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 13 Lok Sabha constituencies in Punjab. The incumbent MP is Sunil Jakhar from Congress. Sunil Jakhar defeated Swaran Salaria of BJP by the margin of 1,93,219 votes in the by election held in 2017.  In 2014 this seat was won by Vinod Khanna of BJP.

Name of candidates in the 2019 General Elections are;

1. Sunny Deol (BJP)      

2. Sunil Kumar Jakhar (INC)

3. Peter Masih (AAP)

4. Lal Chand Kataru Chak (RMPI PDA)

D. Bengaluru South Constituency;

Election update @ 06:30 PM;

1. TEJASVI SURYA (BJP)votes 341742 and vote share is 61.78%.

2. B.K.HARIPRASAD (INC) votes 191787 and vote share is 34.67

3. A.RAJU (BSP) votes 1838 and vote share is 0.33%

TEJASVI SURYA is leading by around 3 lac votes.

Currently the seat is vacant since 12 November 2018 due to the untimely death of MP Ananth Kumar. This seat is occupied by the Ananth Kumar of BJP since 1996.
In 2014 General election Ananth Kumar of BJP defeated Nandan Nilekani of congress by the margin of 2,28,575 votes.

In the 2019 General Election, both BJP and Congress have changed their candidates for this constituency.

In General Election 2019 main candidates are;

1. Tejasvi Surya of BJP (considered a firebrand Young Turk)

2.  B. K. Hariprasad of Indian National Congress

3. Vatal Nagaraj of Kannada Chalavali Vatal Paksha

E. Gandhinagar Constituency; the hub of saffron politics

Election update @ 06:30 PM;

1. AMIT SHAH (BJP) votes are 392231 and vote share is 72.69%

2. Dr. C. J. CHAVDA (Congress) votes are 125545 and vote share is 23.27%.

3. JAYENDRA KARSHANBHAI RATHOD (BSP) votes are 2660 and vote share is 0.49%.

Amit shah has won the election by 5.4 lac votes.

The Gandhinagar Constituency came into existence in 1967.

This is one of the most secured seats for BJP which won this seat for 9 times L.K. Advani won this seat for the first time in 1991. In total Advani ji had won from this seat for record 6 times since 1991.

In 2014 Advani ji defeated Kiritbhai Ishvarbhai Patel of congress by the margin of 483,121 votes.
But in the 2019 General Election, both BJP and Congress have changed their candidates for this constituency.

Main Candidates in General Election 2019 are;

1. Amit Shah (BJP)

2. C. J. Chadi (Congress)

Shri Amit Shah was born in 1964 in Mumbai, in the prosperous Gujarati family. He was appointed the President of the Gujarat unit of Bharatiya Janta Party in the year 1998 and BJP party president in july 2014.

Amit Shah became the youngest president of the party at the age of 49 year.

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