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Uttarakhand Lok Sabha General Election Results 2019 Update

Lok Sabha Elections 2019 - Party Wise Election Results

Name of State/ UTParliamentary ConstituencyCandidatePartyEVM VotesMigrant VotesPostal VotesTotal Votes% of VotesWinnerRunner-Up
UttarakhandAlmoraAjay TamtaBharatiya Janata Party43045501419644465164.03YesNo
UttarakhandAlmoraPradeep TamtaIndian National Congress2098360182921166530.48NoYes
UttarakhandAlmoraNotaNone Of The Above153110194155052.23NoNo
UttarakhandAlmoraSunder Dhoni (Advocate)Bahujan Samaj Party100590131101901.47NoNo
UttarakhandAlmoraAdvocate Vimla AryaUttarakhand Parivartan Party529106053510.77NoNo
UttarakhandAlmoraK.L. AryaUttarakhand Kranti Dal399106940600.58NoNo
UttarakhandAlmoraDropadi VermaUttarakhand Kranti Dal (Democratic)298106930500.44NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalTirath Singh RawatBharatiya Janata Party48761301936750698068.25YesNo
UttarakhandGarhwalManish KhanduriIndian National Congress2026100170120431127.51NoYes
UttarakhandGarhwalNotaNone Of The Above12181095122761.65NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalVinod Prasad NotiyalIndependent527702553020.71NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalDilendrr Pal SinghUttarakhand Kranti Dal (Democratic)521207152830.71NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalDr. Ramendra Singh BhandariIndependent216502521900.29NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalShanti Prasad BhattUttarakhand Kranti Dal187707419510.26NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalBhagwat PrasadIndependent158102016010.22NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalAnandmani Dutt JoshiIndependent142902414530.2NoNo
UttarakhandGarhwalDr. Mukesh SemwalSocialist Unity Centre Of India (Communist)140403314370.19NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarRamesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'Bharatiya Janata Party6610500462466567452.37YesNo
UttarakhandHardwarAmbrish KumarIndian National Congress406264068140694532.02NoYes
UttarakhandHardwarDr. Antriksh SainiBahujan Samaj Party173169035917352813.65NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarNotaNone Of The Above620707462810.49NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarTribirendra Singh RawatUttarakhand Kranti Dal (Democratic)353903435730.28NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarThakur Manish Singh (Verma) "Swabhimani"Independent29100329130.23NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarShishupal SinghIndependent25490325520.2NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarSurendra Kumar UpadhayayUttarakhand Kranti Dal16530916620.13NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarBachi SinghIndependent13650213670.11NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarNarendra ChauhanBhartiya Sarvodaya Party935029370.07NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarReenuHindusthan Nirman Dal8840138970.07NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarBhanpal SinghBahujan Mukti Party801028030.06NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarLalit KumarPeoples Party Of India (Democratic)734047380.06NoNo
UttarakhandHardwarFurkan Ali AdvocatePragatishil Samajwadi Party (Lohia)705027070.06NoNo
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarAjay BhattBharatiya Janata Party7651730702277219561.35YesNo
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarHarish RawatIndian National Congress4311010199843309934.41NoYes
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarEr. Navneet AgarwalBahujan Samaj Party282710184284552.26NoNo
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarNotaNone Of The Above10540068106080.84NoNo
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarComrade Dr. Kailash PandeyCommunist Party Of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)546802054880.44NoNo
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarPrem Prasad AryaPragatisheel Lok Manch33320733390.27NoNo
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarSukumar VishvasIndependent33260733330.26NoNo
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarEr. Jyoti Prakash TamtaBahujan Mukti Party20450820530.16NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalMala Rajya Laxmi ShahBharatiya Janata Party5561200921356533364.53YesNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalPritam SinghIndian National Congress2621710257626474730.22NoYes
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalGopal ManiIndependent105400146106861.22NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalRajendra PurohitCommunist Party Of India (Marxist)660502166260.76NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalNotaNone Of The Above6155012162760.72NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalSardar Khan (Pappu)Independent54540354570.62NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalSatyapalBahujan Samaj Party449808445820.52NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalSanjay GoyalIndependent24050124060.27NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalBrij Bhushan KaranwalIndependent19530919620.22NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalMadhu ShahIndependent147001314830.17NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalBarhm Dev JhaIndependent14440214460.17NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalDaulat KunwarIndependent137402513990.16NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalJay Prakash UpadhyayUttarakhand Kranti Dal114601111570.13NoNo
UttarakhandTehri Garhwal(Ca) Sanjay KundaliyaUttarakhand Pragatisheel Party10900810980.13NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalAnu PantUttarakhand Kranti Dal (Democratic)7080157230.08NoNo
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalGautam Singh BishtSarv Vikas Party6730156880.08NoNo

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

Name of State/ UTParliamentary ConstituencyWinnerPartyTotal Votes% of VotesRunner-UpPartyTotal Votes% of Votes
UttarakhandAlmoraAjay TamtaBharatiya Janata Party44465164.03Pradeep TamtaIndian National Congress21166530.48
UttarakhandGarhwalTirath Singh RawatBharatiya Janata Party50698068.25Manish KhanduriIndian National Congress20431127.51
UttarakhandHardwarRamesh Pokhriyal 'Nishank'Bharatiya Janata Party66567452.37Ambrish KumarIndian National Congress40694532.02
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh NagarAjay BhattBharatiya Janata Party77219561.35Harish RawatIndian National Congress43309934.41
UttarakhandTehri GarhwalMala Rajya Laxmi ShahBharatiya Janata Party56533364.53Pritam SinghIndian National Congress26474730.22

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 Uttarakhand Elections

Parliamentary Constituencies5
Assembly Constituencies 70
Ruling PartyBharatiya Janata Party
Opposition PartyIndian National Congress
Chief MinisterTrivendra Singh Rawat Doiwala
GovernorBaby Rani Maurya
Chief Electoral OfficerRadha Raturi
AddressRoom No.- 4, Subhash Road, North Block, Secretariat- 4, Dehradun, (Uttarkhand) -248001

Election Schedule for Uttarakhand Lok Sabha General Election 2019

StatePhase IPhase II Phase III Phase IV Phase V Phase VIPhase VII

ConstituenciesPhasePolling Date
Tehri Garhwal, Garhwal, Almora, Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar, HardwarIApr-11

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

Uttarakhand Election 2017 Result Summary

It has been a one-sided election in Uttarakhand. The BJP won 57 seats out of the 70 results declared. It would indeed form the government on its own. The Congress party has managed to win only 11 seats, while Independents won 2 seats. The chief minister of Uttarakhand Harish Rawat lost the election as well.

The Exit polls had predicted a close contest in the state with a slight edge to the BJP. But they have been proved wrong as it is a convincing victory for the BJP in the state. Development was one of the major issues in the elections. Earlier, Harish Rawat had managed to survive an attempt to topple his government and had played the victim card, but the results show that it did not work.

Uttarakhand Assembly Elections 2017

BJP has all the reasons to be happy with its victory in Uttarakhand as it was this hill state where the attempts to topple the Harish Rawat government were met with failure. The decisive and convincing victory has emboldened BJP for the future. However it has to perfect its balancing act as well and accommodate as many contenders for the top posts as possible. The BJP had not declared its chief ministerial candidate in the state, it won on the charisma of the prime minister which at the moment is monumental.

Dehradun mayor and Dharampur legislator Vinod Chamoli is strongly lobbying for a cabinet berth but denies it openly. 11 ministers along with the chief minister are likely to form the government. Eight-time MLA Harbans Kapoor is indeed a serious contender for the post of cabinet minister.

Ritu Khanduri, daughter of former chief minister BC Khanduri, and Saurabh Bahuguna, son of former CM Vijay Bahuguna, are also strong contenders for a ministerial berth. Vinod Kandari a new face in the BJP but is also a claimant. He is a former ABVP activist and close RSS.

Rajesh Shukla who defeated Harish Rawat from Kichha and Yatishwaranand who defeated the CM from Haridwar rural are also pitching for the ministerial berth. Who actually gets the place in the cabinet is something only time can tell.

Then there is a challenge in this Hill state to balance the two regions of Garhwal and Kumaon in the ministerial berths. It has also to accommodate the erstwhile ministers in the Khanduri government like Madan Kaushik, Bishan Singh Chufal, Trivendra singh, Harbans Kapoor and Khajan Das, and also the congress rebels who were instrumental in its win like Harak Singh Rawat, Yash Pal Arya, Kunwar Pranav Singh Champion and Subodh Uniyal, who are all strong claimants for the ministerial posts. If BJP has to maintain its position in the state it would have tough task of keeping everyone happy in the state.

Uttarakhand Exit Poll 2017

India TV-C Voter 29-35 29-35 2 - 9
Today's Chanakya53152
India Today-Axis46-5312 - 212 - 6
India News-MRC38302
ABP-CSDS34-4223-293 - 9

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Uttarakhand Elections 2017 Dates

Poll Event Dates
Date of Notification 20.01.2017 (FRI)
last Date of Making Nomination27.01.2017 (FRI)
Scrutiny of Nominations 30.01.2017 (MON)
Withdrawal of Candidature01.02.2017 (WED)
Date of Poll15.02.2017 (WED)
Date of Counting 11.03.2017 (SAT)
Date of Completion 15.03.2017 (WED)

Key electoral issues in Uttarakhand

Besides unemployment and migration, lack of power and other infrastructures like road constitute major electoral issues in the state. According to a data, more than 7 lakh people, of whom 90 per cent are educated, are unemployed in the state. But this data only takes into account those who are registered with the state’s employment exchange bureaus. That means the number of unemployed people could be much more than what meets the eye.

Religious tourism is the lone employment generating source in the state. Migration of people from the state is linked with unemployment. As many as 1,100 villages in this mountain state are complete empty, while there are 664 villages in the Garhwal region with just a handful of residents who are either old or sick.

About Uttarakhand Elections

Elections to the state's first Legislative Assembly were held in 2002. For the first election in the state, 28 political parties including national, state and registered parties participated, with 927 contestants in the fray. The number of electors was 52,70,375, out of which 54.34% cast their votes. Since then, Uttarakhand has held regular elections to the Legislative Assembly.

The last assembly elections were held in 2012. Polling was conducted in all 70 constituencies in single phase. The Indian National Congress won 32 seats while the BJP got 31. Although it did not secure majority, the Congress emerged as the single largest party and formed government by allying with the PDF. Congress member Vijay Bahaguna was appointed the chief minister. After Bahaguna's resignation, Harish Rawat became the state's new chief minister in 2014.

With nine Congress MLAs resigning from the party, main opposition BJP made a failed attempt at toppling the government in Uttarakhand. It imposed President's rule in the state in March 2016 which was later revoked by the Supreme Court of India.

Assembly Constituencies in Uttarakhand

Uttarakhand has 70 state assembly constituencies out of which 13 are reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled castes and 2 are reserved for candidates belonging to scheduled tribes.

Some of the constituencies in the state are Purola, Yamnotri, Gangotri, Badrinath, Karnprayag, Kedarnath, Rudraprayag, Deoprayag, Ghanshali, Narendranagar, Pratapnagar, Tehri, Dhanolti, Chakrata, Vikasnagar, Dharampur, Rishikesh, Hardwar, Roorkee,Pauri, Yamkeshwar, Gangolihat, Nainital, Bageshwar, Almora, Lohaghat, Haldwani, Kaladhungi, Kashipur, Rudrapur, Khatima, and Nanak Matta .

State Legislative Assembly

Uttarakhand has a unicameral legislature comprising one house only, that is, the State Legislative Assembly, which is also known as the Vidhan Sabha. The assembly consists of 70 directly elected members and one nominated member from the Anglo Indian community. The members of the state assembly are elected every five years. The total number of constituencies in the state is 70. The seat of the Legislative Assembly is at state capital Dehradun. Uttarakhand is represented in Indian Parliament by five directly elected members of the Lok Sabha and three indirectly elected members of the Rajya Sabha. The Speaker of the current Legislative assembly is Govind Singh Kunjwal. Harish Rawat is the chief minister and Krishan Kant Paul is the Governor of the state. Check the members of Legislative Assembly (MLAs) of Uttarakhand...

Main Political Parties of Uttarakhand-

The main political parties in the state are:
  • The Bharatiya Janata Party
  • The Indian National congress
  • The Bahujan Samaj Party
  • Uttarakhand Kranti Dal

  • List of Chief Ministers of Uttarakhand

    S. No.Chief MinisterFromToParty Name
    1Trivendra Singh Rawat DoiwalaMar 18, 2017IncumbentBJP
    2Harish RawatMay 11, 2016Mar 18, 2017INC
    (President's rule)Apr 22, 2016May 11, 2016N/A
    3Harish RawatApr 21, 2016Apr 22, 2016INC
    (President's rule)Mar 27, 2016Apr 21, 2016N/A
    4Harish RawatFeb 1, 2014Mar 27, 2016INC
    5Vijay BahugunaMar 13, 2012Jan 31, 2014INC
    6B. C. KhanduriSep 11, 2011Mar 13, 2012BJP
    7Ramesh Pokhriyal NishankJun 24, 2009Sep 10, 2011BJP
    8B. C. KhanduriMar 8, 2007Jun 23, 2009BJP
    9N. D. TiwariMar 2, 2002Mar 7, 2007INC
    10Bhagat Singh KoshiyariOct 30, 2001Mar 1, 2002BJP
    11Nityanand SwamiNov 9, 2000Oct 29, 2001BJP

    List of Governors of Uttarakhand

    S.No.Name of GovernorFromTo
    1Baby Rani MauryaAug 26, 2018 Present
    2Krishan Kant PaulJan 08, 2015Aug 26, 2018
    3Aziz QureshiApr 28, 2012Jan 08, 2015
    4Margaret AlvaJul 19, 2009Apr 28, 2012
    5Banwari Lal JoshiOct 29, 2007Jul 18, 2009
    6Sudershan AgarwalJan 8, 2003Oct 22, 2007
    7Surjit Singh BarnalaNov 9, 2000Jan 8, 2003

    Rajya Sabha Members from Uttarakhand

    Name Party
    Shri Mahendra Singh Mahra INC
    Shri Pradeep TamtaINC
    Shri Raj BabbarINC

    Uttarakhand Lok Sabha Election Summary 2014

    The five constituencies for Uttarakhand which took part in the 16th Lok Sabha elections saw a sweeping victory by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). Almora, Garhwal, Hardwar, Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar and Tehri Garhwal were the five constituencies in the state which were bagged by the BJP. The state of Uttarakhand is headed by its present Chief Minister of the state is Harish Rawat. Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), Indian National Congress(INC), Communist party of India (CPI)etc. are some of the leading political parties of the state besides regional parties like Samajwadi Party (SP), Janata Dal (Secular) [JD(S)] and Janata Dal (United) [JD(U)]. In the last assembly and the Lok Sabha polls, INC has been leading the state politics. Mala Raj Laxmi Shah, Satpal Mahara, Pradeep Tamta, N D Tiwari were few of the prominent leaders of the state. The opinion and the exit polls suggested that BJP would lead the state's seats in the 2014 Lok Sabha Polls.

    Uttarakhand or Uttaranchal, one of India's newest hill states was carved out of northern Uttar Pradesh on 9th November 2000. It is the 27th state of the country. The state is represented in Indian Parliament by 5 seats out of which one is reserved for the candidate from the Schedule Castes.View detailed Lok Sabha Elections 2014 Results

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