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Lok Sabha Elections 2019 - Party Wise Election Results

StatePartyNumber of Seats
OdishaBiju Janata Dal12
OdishaBharatiya Janata Party8
OdishaIndian National Congress1

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 - Constituency Wise Election Results (Winner/Runner Up)

Name of State/ UTParliamentary ConstituencyWinnerPartyTotal Votes% of VotesRunner-UpPartyTotal Votes% of Votes
OdishaAskaPramila BisoyiBiju Janata Dal55274954.52Anita SubhadarshiniBharatiya Janata Party34804234.33
OdishaBalasorePratap Chandra SarangiBharatiya Janata Party48385841.79Rabindra Kumar JenaBiju Janata Dal47090240.67
OdishaBargarhSuresh PujariBharatiya Janata Party58124546.58Prasanna AcharyaBiju Janata Dal51730641.45
OdishaBerhampurChandra Sekhar SahuBiju Janata Dal44384344.84Bhrugu BaxipatraBharatiya Janata Party34899935.26
OdishaBhadrakManjulata MandalBiju Janata Dal51230541.86Avimanyu SethiBharatiya Janata Party48350239.51
OdishaBhubaneswarAparajita SarangiBharatiya Janata Party48699148.45Arup Mohan PatnaikBiju Janata Dal46315246.07
OdishaBolangirSangeeta Kumari Singh DeoBharatiya Janata Party49808638.12Kalikesh Narayan Singh DeoBiju Janata Dal47857036.62
OdishaCuttakBhartruhari MahtabBiju Janata Dal52459249.51Prakash MishraBharatiya Janata Party40339138.07
OdishaDhenkanalMahesh SahooBiju Janata Dal52288446.21Rudra Narayan PanyBharatiya Janata Party48747243.08
OdishaJagatsinghpurRajashree MallickBiju Janata Dal61998550.44Bibhu Prasad TaraiBharatiya Janata Party34833028.34
OdishaJajpurSarmistha SethiBiju Janata Dal54402049.81Amiya Kanta MallickBharatiya Janata Party44232740.5
OdishaKalahandiBasanta Kumar PandaBharatiya Janata Party43307435.26Puspendra Singh DeoBiju Janata Dal40626033.08
OdishaKandhamalAchyutananda SamantaBiju Janata Dal46167949.01Mahameghabahan Aira Kharabela SwainBharatiya Janata Party31246333.17
OdishaKendraparaAnubhav MohantyBiju Janata Dal62893950.87Baijayant PandaBharatiya Janata Party47635538.53
OdishaKeonjharChandrani MurmuBiju Janata Dal52635944.75Ananta NayakBharatiya Janata Party46015639.12
OdishaKoraputSaptagiri Sankar UlakaIndian National Congress37112934.36Kausalya HikakaBiju Janata Dal36751634.02
OdishaMayurbhanjBishweswar TuduBharatiya Janata Party48381242.06Dr Debashis MarndiBiju Janata Dal45855639.86
OdishaNabarangpurRamesh Chandra MajhiBiju Janata Dal39123433.91Pradeep Kumar MajhiIndian National Congress34833430.19
OdishaPuriPinaki MisraBiju Janata Dal53832147.4Dr Sambit PatraBharatiya Janata Party52660746.37
OdishaSambalpurNitesh Ganga DebBharatiya Janata Party47377042.13Nalini Kanta PradhanBiju Janata Dal46460841.32
OdishaSundargarhJual OramBharatiya Janata Party50005645.45Sunita BiswalBiju Janata Dal27699125.18

In 2009 Election Results the UPA won around 261 out of 543 seats, and in the second position was NDA with 158 seats, while 23 seats were won by Left parties.

In 2014 Election Results the BJP won 282 seats out of 543 seats. This took the NDA tally to 336 seats out of 543 seats in the Lok Sabha. INC could only manage to win 44 seats and stayed in the second position while AIADMK party from Tamil Nadu came third with 37 seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.

In 2019, the BJP is set to return to power at the Centre after a sweeping win in the 2019 Lok Sabha election , armed with a bigger mandate than in the 2014 General Election. The party - led by the Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah duo has secured 303 seats in the 17th Lok Sabha. Meanwhile, the Congress, the main Opposition party, managed to increase its vote share from 2014 only by a handful of votes, with a final tally of 52 seats. There will be no Leader of Opposition in the upcoming Lower House for a second consecutive term.

Quick facts for Odisha Elections

Parliamentary Constituencies21
Assembly Constituencies 147
Ruling PartyBiju Janata Dal
Opposition PartyIndian National Congress
Chief MinisterSh. Naveen Patnaik
GovernorGaneshi Lal
Chief Electoral OfficerSri D.N Gupta (IAS)
AddressChief Electoral Officer, Bhubaneshwar, Odisha

Election Schedule for Nagaland Lok Sabha General Election 2019

ConstituenciesPhasePolling Date
Kalahandi, Nabarangpur, Berhampur, KoraputIApr-11
Bargarh, Sundargarh, Bolangir, Kandhamal, AskaIIApr-18
Sambalpur, Keonjhar, Dhenkanal, Cuttack, Puri, BhubaneswarIIIApr-23
Mayurbhanj, Balasore, Bhadrak, Jajpur, Kendrapara, JagatsinghpurIVApr-29

List of Candidates Contesting for Odisha Lok Sabha General Election 2019 - Click Here

Bijepur Assembly Constituency By-Election Result

S.NoParty Candidate Name VotesStatus
1Biju Janta DalRita Sahu102871Winner
2Bhartiya Janta PartyAshok Kumar Panigrahy609391st Runner Up
3Indian National CongressPranaya Kumar Sahu102742nd Runner Up

Odisha Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014

As per poll predictions, the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) grabbed seats from 21 seats. Odisha, earlier known as "Orissa" gives a political ground to many leaders. There are 21 parliamentary and 147 assembly constituencies in the state. Among 21 Lok Sabha seats, five seats are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes and three for the Scheduled Castes. Few of the major political parties in Odisha are Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress (INC), Communist Party of India (CPI) and Biju Janata Dal (BJD). Presently, the government of the state in Odisha is run by BJP alliance and is headed by the Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik. The 2009 Lok Sabha elections were won by the BJD. The assembly and the 2014 Lok Sabha elections took place simultaneously in the state. There were many Member of Parliament (MPs) such as former Union Ministers Srikant Jena and Arjun Sethi, Baijayant Panda, Bhatruhari Mahtab, Tathagat Satpathy etc who contested in the 2014 Lok Sabha polls. The polls took place in two part different phases and the average voter turnout was recorded at 68%. The opinion and the exit polls expected that BJD would bag and continue its stronghold in the state.

The fourteenth Vidhan Sabha election took place in 2009 and the Biju Janata Dal emerged the winner, despite separating from the NDA after an 11-year partnership. It won the election by conquering 103 seats out of the total 147. Naveen Patnaik is the current Chief Minister of Odisha and is quite popular among people for his work.

Odisha, earlier known as Orissa, is a state in eastern coast of India by the Bay of Bengal. It is the 11th largest populated state of India. The Lok Sabha election in Odisha will take place on 21 parliamentary constituencies, among which five (Sundargarh, Mayurbhanj, Keonjhar, Nabarangpur, and Koraput) are reserved for STs and three (Jajpur, Bhadrak, and Jagatsinghpur) are for SCs. The main political parties in the state are the Biju Janata Dal (BJD), the Indian National Congress (INC), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the Communist Party of India, and others.

Odisha Election History

Orissa, or Odisha as it is presently called, is an eastern Indian coastal state, situated by the Bay of Bengal. With Bhubaneswar as its capital, the 11th largest populated state of the country, Orissa, is bounded by Jharkhand to the north, Andhra Pradesh to the south, West Bengal to the east and Chhattisgarh to the west. The present name of Orissa is fairly recent, as part of the British administrative setup. Orissa has been known by different names from the ancient times, most common among them being Kalinga, as derived from the Mahabharata and Puranas; Utkala, derived from texts such as Raghuvamsa and Brahma Purana; and Udra-desha or Odra-desha, meaning a particular tribe residing in this region.

Orissa has a rich and varied political tradition. Starting from the ancient times, Odisha (Orissa) was the abode of a number of significant dynasties such as the dynasty of king of Kalinga Srutayudha, who joined the Kaurava camp in the Kurukshetra War, as given in the epic theMahabharata. Orissa was istorically more important during the later period of the Mauryans, when in 261 BCE, the great king Ashoka made war in Kalinga, which in turn changed his life from a blood-thirsty warrior king, to one who practiced and preached the non-violent, Ahimsa path as dictated in Buddhism. The state experienced its golden age during the rule of Ganga dynasty, such as king Anantaverma Chodagangadeva in the 11thcentury AD. In fact, the construction of the famous Jagannath Temple was started by him. In the Mughal period, Orissa was a contested terrain, as in the last decade of the 16thcentury, Akbar wrested Orissa from the Afghans and made the state an important centre of Mughal power. In the British period too, a number of political struggles for independence were executed in this land, such as the historic fight to reunite the two administrative portions of the state. From the ancient times, thus, Odisha (Orissa) has remained politically active.

Orissa's political prominence was heightened during the post-Independence era, especially after it was granted complete statehood in 1950. The singular rise of the Congress party in the state as the only secular, progressive force in Orissa was countered by the gradual rise of Biju Patnaik and his son Naveen Patnaik, who formed the Biju Janata Dal, which has gained the majority for the last three consecutive terms. The BJP has also made its presence in the state felt, and is considered an important political party in Odisha (Orissa).

Orissa has its own judiciary (Delhi High Court), legislature (the Legislative Assembly) and executive council of Ministers, with the Chief Minister at the head. Orissa has a 147-member strong Vidhan Sabha. There are national as well as regional political parties in the state, although the political scene is dominated by the Congress. Naveen Patnaik, President of the Biju Janata Dal, continues in the office of the Chief Minister of Orissa presently, owing to his welfarist schemes for the people. Former Chief Minister of Odisha, S.C. Jamir, who was sworn in as Governor in March 2013, holds the incumbent office.

Political Parties of Odisha

Every election, the two dominant political parties in Odisha are the Indian National Congress (INC) and the Biju Janata Dal (BJD). The prominent leaders who have been the most important in the politics of Odisha are Harekrushna Mahatab of Congress, Biju Patnaik of BJD, Janaki Ballabh Patnaik of the Congress, Naveen Patnaik of BJD, and Nabakrushna Choudhary of the Congress. There are 147 Parliamentary constituencies in Odisha. The national parties in Odisha, as at present, are:

The Regional Parties Are:

BJD - Biju Janata DalJMM - Jharkhand Mukti Morcha
AITC - All India Trinamool CongressJD(U) - Janata Dal(United)
LJP - Lok Jan Shakti PartyRSP - Revolutionary Socialist Party
SP - Samajwadi Party

The Registered Unrecognized Parties of Odisha Are:

AJSUP - AJSU PartyLSP - Lok Satta Party
BJSH - Bharatiya Jan ShaktiOCP - Odisha Communist Party
BOP - Bira Oriya PartyOMM - Odisha Mukti Morcha
CPI(ML)(L) - Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)RPD - Rashtriya Parivartan Dal
IJP - Indian Justice PartyRPI - Republican Party of India
JDP - Jharkhand Disom PartyRPI(A) - Republican Party of India (A)
JHKP - Jana Hitkari PartyRWS - Rashtrawadi Sena
JKP - Jharkhand PartySAMO - Samruddha Odisha
KOKD - Kosal Kranti DalSWJP - Samajwadi Jan Parishad
KS - Kalinga Sena

State Legislative Assembly of Odisha

Orissa has a unicameral legislature. The Orissa Legislative Assembly or the Vidhan Sabha is the law-making highest body in the state, as part of the parliamentary system of representative democracy. The Orissa Vidhan Sabha along with the Secretariat is situated in the capital city of Bhubaneswar. It was first formed in May 1950. There is a total of 147 Assembly constituencies in Orissa Legislative Assembly which is represented by 147 MLAs or Members of Parliament. 146 candidates are elected while one member is nominated from the Anglo-Indian community. Out of them, 90 Assembly seats are reserved for General candidates, 24 seats are reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates and 33 Assembly seats are reserved for Scheduled Tribe contestants. The term of the Legislative Assembly is 5 years, if it is not dissolved sooner. Periodic elections are held to elect members of the Vidhan Sabha. There are three sessions of the Orissa Legislative Assembly - budget, winter and monsoon. The Governor is the Nominal Head of the state, nominated by the President of India. The Chief Minister is the head of the government, vested with real executive powers. The Chief Minister is also the head of the MLAs. The present Speaker of the Orissa Vidhan Sabha is Pradip Kumar Amat from the Biju Janata Dal. While Naveen Patnaik is the Leader of the House, representing the BJD, Bhupinder Singh of the Congress is recognized as the Leader of Opposition in the Orissa Assembly. The current Legislative Assembly, which is the 14th Assembly of the Orissa Vidhan Sabha, was elected in May 2009. At the national level, Orissa is represented by 21 Members of Parliament in the Lok Sabha and 10 Members of Parliament in the Rajya Sabha. Check the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) of Orissa...

Chief Electoral Officer (CEO) of Odisha

The chief electoral commissioner of Odisha state election commission is Dr. Mona Sharma. She is an IAS officer of the 1989 batch. She is also the ex-officio Commissioner-cum-Secretary to the government.

Sri D.N Gupta (IAS)
The Chief Electoral Officer of Odisha
Commissioner-cum-Secretary, Cooperation Department Govt. of Odisha
Email Address
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Last Updated on March 14, 2020