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Result of Phase V General (Lok Sabha)/ Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections 2014


Phase 5 Elections date was :    17 April 2014
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Quick facts about Phase V

No. of states:12
No. of Constituencies:121
STATESNO. OF CONSTITUENCIES
BIHAR7
CHHATTISGARH 3
JAMMU & KASHMIR 1
JHARKHAND 6
KARNATAKA 28
MADHYA PRADESH 10
MAHARASHTRA 19
MANIPUR 1
ODISHA 11
RAJASTHAN 20
UTTAR PRADESH 11
WEST BENGAL 4
TOTAL: 12 121

Phase 5 Lok Sabha Election Notifications

  • A maximum of 121 constituencies spread across 12 states will participate in the electoral exercise on April 17, the fifth phase.
  • Candidates in these constituencies can file nominations till March 26, for which scrutiny will take place the next day on March 27.
  • Nominations can be withdrawn till March 29.
  • Seven seats in Bihar, three in Chhattisgarh, one each in Jammu and Kashmir and Manipur, six in Jharkhand, 28 in Karnataka, 10 in Madhya Pradesh, 19 in Maharashtra, 11 in Odisha, 20 in Rajasthan, 11 in Uttar Pradesh and 4 in West Bengal will go for polls on April 17.
  • The date of polling in Hazaribagh constituency was postponed from April 10 to April 17.
  • Counting will be on May 16, 2014

Key Candidates in Phase - 5

  • The first four phases of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections have been completed with the fifth-phase voting scheduled for April 17.Of the 3,305 candidates figuring till the fifth phase of the ongoing Lok Sabha elections, half are not even graduates.
  • However, what these candidates are lacking on the academic front seems to be compensated when it comes to their criminal records and individual wealth.
  • While going through their backgrounds, many candidates who are illiterate or school dropouts. Similarly, there are candidates with multiple criminal cases in the poll fray.
List of candidates low on education, high on crime

  • Anil Kumar, a candidate from Peace Party from Baghpat, is a higher secondary passout. Kumar, who has assets over Rs5 crore, has four criminal cases against him. Similarly, Congress' D.K. Suresh (Bangalore Rural) faces seven criminal cases. The Class XII passout has assets worth about Rs.85 crore.
  • A Class X passout, BSP's Dadan Yadav (Buxar) has 22 criminal cases. Besides assets worth about Rs.2 crore, Yadav has declared a liability of about Rs.10 crore.
  • According to the Association for Democratic Reforms (ADR) data, 557 candidates (17 per cent) out of the 3,305 candidates have declared criminal cases in their affidavits.
  • As many as 328 candidates (10 per cent) face serious criminal charges like murder, rape and robbery.
  • Forty-five (23 per cent) out of 193 candidates fielded by the Congress have declared criminal cases. The BJP is ahead of the Congress in this category as 68 (34 per cent) out of 202 its candidates have criminal cases.
  • Among other parties, 31 (16 per cent) out of 200 fielded by the AAP and 38 (18 per cent) out of 207 BSP candidates have declared criminal cases in their affidavits.
  • As far as serious criminal cases are concerned, 21 Congress candidates, 36 BJP candidates, 20 AAP candidates and 22 BSP candidates face serious criminal cases.
  • The Congress candidates are more affluent than their other counterparts, with Nandan Nilekani (Bangalore South) topping the list at total declared assets of Rs.7,710 crore.
  • While a total of 921 out of 3,305 candidates are crorepatis, the Congress and the BJP occupy the top positions - 162 (84 per cent) and 149 (74 per cent), respectively.
  • The average assets of candidates, contesting from Phase I to V of the 2014 general elections, stand at Rs5.83 crore. Among the major parties, the average assets per candidate is Rs.54.38 crore (Congress), Rs.8.55 crore (BJP), Rs.3.09 crore (AAP) and Rs.4.54 crore (BSP).
  • Interestingly, AAP candidates are not so aam aadmi when it comes to property. Eighty-six (43 per cent) out of 200 AAP candidates are crorepatis. In this regard, the Arvind Kejriwal-led party has left behind Mayawati's Bahujan Samaj Party as only 66 (32 per cent) out of 207 BSP candidates have declared assets worth more than Rs.1 crore.
Rich Candidates of AAP in Phase 5

  • V. Balakrishnan, former director of Infosys and AAP candidate for the Bangalore Central constituency, has declared his total assets at Rs.189 crore.
  • Popular actor and BJP's candidate for Ahmedabad-East constituency, Paresh Rawal, is one of the richest contestants in Gujarat with a total family wealth of Rs.79.40 crore.
  • Despite having so much wealth, the ADR data shows about 54 per cent of the total 3,305 candidates have not declared their Income Tax details and 28 per cent of them did not furnish their PAN number in their affidavits.


VIP candidates in Phase - 5

PATLIPUTRA
MISHA BHARATI, DAUGHTER OF LALU PRASAD, RJD
Vs.
RAM KRIPAL YADAV, BJP
PATNA SAHIB
SHATRUGHAN SINHA, FORMER UNION MINISTER, BJP
Vs.
KUNAL SINGH, BHOJPURI ACTOR, INC
MAHASAMUND
AJIT JOGI, FORMER CHIEF MINISTER, INC
Vs.
CHANDULAL SAHU, BJP
RAJNANDGAON
ABHISHEK SINGH, SON OF CHHATTISGARH CM RAMAN SINGH, BJP
Vs.
KAMLESHWAR VERMA, INC
JAMSHEDPUR
AJAY KUMAR, SITTING MP, JVM (P)
Vs.
Bidyut Baran Mahato, BJP



SINGHBHUM
Geeta Kora, WIFE OF MADHU KODA, JAI BHARAT SAMANTA PARTY
Vs.
LAXMAN GILUWA, BJP
HAZARIBAGH
JAYANT SINHA, SON OF YASHWANT SINHA, BJP
Vs.
SAURABH NARAIN SINGH, INC
RANCHI
SUBODH KANT SAHAY, FORMER UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
RAM TAHAL CHAUDHARY, BJP
Vs.
SUDESH MAHTO, FORMER DEPUTY CM, AJSU
BANGALORE SOUTH
ANANTH KUMAR, BJP
Vs.
NANDAN NILEKANI, FORMER CHAIRMAN UIDAI, INC
SHIMOGA
B. S. YEDDYURAPPA, FORMER CM, BJP
Vs.
GEETHA SHIVARAJKUMAR, KANNADA ACTOR, JD(S)
BELLARY
B. SREERAMULU, FORMER KARNATAKA MINISTER, BJP
Vs.
N.Y. HANUMANTAPPA, INC
BANGALORE NORTH
D.V SADANANDA GOWDA, FORMER CM, BJP
Vs.
C.NARAYANA SWAMY, INC
GULBARG
MALLIKARJUN KHARGE, UNION RAILWAY MINISTER, INC
Vs.
REVASING LOKU, BJP
CHIKKBALLAPUR
M VEERAPPA MOILY, UNION PETROLEUM MINISTER, INC
Vs.
H D KUMARA SWAMY, FORMER CM, JD(S)
BIDAR
N. DHARAM SINGH, FORMER CM, INC
Vs.
BHAGWANTH KHUBA, BJP
BANGALORE CENTRAL
V. BALAKRISHNAN, FORMER CFO, INFOSYS, AAP
Vs.
P.C. MOHAN, SITTING MP, BJP
Hassan
H.D. DEVEGOWDA, FORMER PM, JD(S)
Vs.
A MANJU, INC
GUNA
JYOTIRADITYA M. SCINDIA, INC
Vs.
JAIBHANSINGH PAWAIYA, BJP
BARAMATI
SUPRIYA SULE, DAUGHTER OF SHARAD PAWAR, NCP
Vs.
Mahadev Jagannath Jankar, Rashtriya Samaj Paksha
BEED
GOPINATH MUNDE, SITTING MP, BJP
Vs.
DHAS SURESH RAMCHANDRA, NCP
SHOLAPUR
SUSHILKUMAR SHINDE, UNION HOME MINISTER, INC
Vs.
SHARAD BANSODE, BJP
NANDED
ASHOK CHAVAN, FORMER MAHARASHTRA CM, INC
Vs.
D. B. PATIL, BJP
RATNAGIRI - SINDHUDURG
NILESH NARAYAN RANE, SON OF NARAYAN RANE, INC
Vs.
VINAYAK BHAURAO RAUT, SHIVSENA
AJMER
SACHIN PILOT, FORMER UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
SANWAR LAL JAT, BJP
JAIPUR RURAL
DR. C.P. JOSHI, FORMER UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
RAJYAVARDHAN SINGH RATHORE, FORMER SHOOTER, BJP
CHITTORGARH
GIRIJA VYAS, UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
CHANDRA PRAKASH JOSHI, BJP
JHALAWAR-BARAN
DUSHYANT SINGH, SON OF VASUNDHARA RAJE, BJP
Vs.
PRAMOD BHAYA, INC
BARMER
JASWANT SINGH, FORMER UNION MINISTER, IND
Vs.
COL. SONA RAM, BJP
JALORE
S. Buta Singh, FORMER GOVERNOR BIHAR, IND
Vs.
DEVJI PATEL, BJP
BHADRAK
ARJUN CHARAN SETHI, SITTING MP, BJD
Vs.
SANGRAM KESHARI JENA, INC
KENDRAPARA
BAIJAYANT PANDA, SITTING MP, BJD
Vs.
DHARANIDHAR NAYAK, INC
BALASORE
SRIKANT KUMAR JENA, UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
RABINDRA KUMAR JENA, BJD
PURI
PINAKI MISRA, SITTING MP, BJD
Vs.
SUCHARITA MOHANTY, INC
DARJEELING
BHAI CHUNG BHUTIA, FOOTBALLER, TRINAMOOL CONGRESS
Vs.
S.S.AHLUWALIA, BJP
SHAHJAHANPUR
UMMED SINGH KASHYAP, HUSBAND OF LATE PHOOLAN DEVI, BSP
Vs.
MITHILESH KUMAR, SITTING MP, SP
PILIBHIT
MANEKA GANDHI, WIFE OF LATE SANJAY GANDHI, BJP
Vs.
ANEES AHMAD KHAN, BSP
BADAUN
DHARMENDRA YADAV, NEPHEW OF MULAYAM SINGH YADAV, SP
Vs.
AKMAL KHAN, BSP
SAMBHAL
D.P YADAV, RASHTRIYA PARIVARTAN DAL
Vs.
Aqeel Ur Rehman Khan, SITTING MP, BSP
UDHAMPUR
GHULAM NABI AZAD, UNION MINISTER, INC
Vs.
MOHD ARSHAD MALIK, PDP


Statewise Parliamentary (Lok Sabha) Constituencies elections Result for Phase V

States/ UTsClick the parliamentary constituency to see the 2014 elections result
Bihar
ArrahBuxarJahanabad
MungerNalandaPataliputra
Patna Sahib
Chhattisgarh
KankerMahasamundRajnandgaon
Jammu And Kashmir
Udhampur
Jharkhand
GiridihHazaribaghJamshedpur
KhuntiRanchiSinghbhum
Karnataka
BagalkotBangalore CentralBangalore North
Bangalore RuralBangalore SouthBelgaum
BellaryBidarBijapur
ChamarajanagarChikkaballapurChikkodi
ChitradurgaDakshina KannadaDavanagere
DharwadGulbargaHassan
Haveri KolarKoppal
MandyaMysoreRaichur
ShimogaTumkurUdupi Chikmagalur
Uttara Kannada
Madhya Pradesh
BhindBhopalDamoh
GunaGwaliorKhajuraho
MorenaRajgarhSagar
Tikamgarh
Maharashtra
Ahmednagar BaramatiBeed
HatkanangleHingoliKolhapur
LaturMadhaMaval
NandedOsmanabadParbhani
PuneRatnagiri-SindhudurgSangli
SataraShirdiShirur
Solapur
Manipur
Outer Manipur
Orissa
BalasoreBhadrakBhubaneswar
CuttackDhenkanalJagatsinghpur
JajpurKendraparaKeonjhar
MayurbhanjPuri
Rajasthan
AjmerBanswaraBarmer
BhilwaraBikanerChittorgarh
ChuruGanganagarJaipur
Jaipur RuralJaloreJhalawar-Baran
JhunjhunuJodhpurKota
NagaurPaliRajsamand
SikarUdaipur
Uttar Pradesh
AmrohaAonlaBadaun
BareillyKheriMoradabad
NaginaPilibhitRampur
SambhalShahjahanpur
West Bengal
AlipurduarsCooch BeharDarjeeling
Jalpaiguri


Statewise Assembly (Lok Sabha) Constituencies elections Result for Phase V

States/ UTsAssembly Constituency
Orissa
AnandapurAngulAthagarh
AulBadasahiBalasore
Balikuda-ErsamaBangriposiBanki
Barabati-CuttackBarambaBarchana
BariBaripadaBasta
BasudevpurBeguniaBhadrak
BhandaripokhariBhograiBhubaneswar Central
Bhubaneswar NorthBinjharpurBoudh
BrahmagiriChampuaChandbali
ChilikaChoudwar-CuttackCuttack Sadar
DhamnagarDharamsalaDhenkanal
Ekamra-BhubaneswarGhasipuraHindol
JagatsinghpurJajpurJaleswar
JashipurJatniJayadev
KakatpurKamakhyanagarKaranjia
KendraparaKeonjharKhandapada
KhurdaKoreiMahakalapada
MahangaMoradaNiali
NilgiriNimaparaPallahara
ParadeepParjangaPatkura
PatnaPipiliPuri
RairangpurRajanagarRanpur
RemunaSalepurSaraskana
SatyabadiSimuliaSoro
SukindaTalcherTelkoi
TirtolUdala
West Bengal
KumargramMaynaguri




Last Updated on April 04, 2014



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