Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Live Updates:
10:40 AM | Narendra Modi to take oath as PM for second term on May 30: Reports
If reports are to be believed, Narendra Modi is all set to take oath as the Prime Minister of India for the second time on May 30.
10:20 AM | Odisha: BJP Puri candidate Sambit Patra loses to BJD’s Pinaki Misra
Sambit Patra, Bharatiya Janata Party’s candidate from Odisha’s Puri has lost by over 11,000 votes to BJD’s Pinaki Misra
10:00 AM | Final party position in Madhya Pradesh
Total Lok Sabha seats: 29
09:30 AM | Final party position in Maharashtra
Total Lok Sabha seats: 48
Shiv Sena 18
08:20 PM | BJP wins 82 seats, leading in 220 seats
INC wins 20 seats, leading in 31 seats
08:00 PM | PM Narendra Modi dedicates victory to the citizens of India at the public address from BJP headquarters.
9:55 AM | Markets show confidence in NDA’ lead: Sensex up by 700 points, Nifty earns 200
9:38 AM | BJP ahead on 8 seats, JDU leads on 10, LJP, RJD ahead on 3 and 1 respectively
9:30 AM | Sensex shots up by 600 points as early trends suggest return to power of NDA Government
8:45 AM | Early trends: Neck-to-neck fight in northern West Bengal, TMC ahead on 5 seats, BJP leads in 4
8:37 AM | BJP’ Sadhvi Pragya leads in Bhopal Lok Sabha constituency
8:30 AM | Early trends: BJP currently leads on 121 seats, Congress 49, others 21
7:40 AM | Congress will win, Rahul Gandhi will be the PM, says Ajay Maken
Ahead of the counting of the votes, Congress leader Ajay Maken has said that the Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 will go in the favour of the Congress party, the veteran politician further said, Rahul Gandhi will be the prime minister after the Congress wins and forms government at the Centre.
The vote counting for Lok Sabha Election 2019 will take place today, May 23. The counting of the votes will start at 8 am, while the complete results are expected to be released by the evening.
A 7-phase long polling process, which began on April 11, spanned across five weeks and ended on May 19. Most of the exit polls have predicted a thumping victory for the NDA. In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections the results are expected to be delayed than the usual timeline as this time around 20,625 VVPAT slips, across 10.35 lakh polling stations are to be tallied with the EVMs.