Lok Sabha Election Result Updates: “If someone has won, it’s Hindustan,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi said as he thanked people of the country for helping the Bharatiya Janata Party secure a spectacular victory in Lok Sabha election 2019 on Thursday. Addressing hundreds of BJP workers at the party headquarters in New Delhi amid rains, PM Modi described the BJP-led NDA’s win as a ‘dawn of New India’. BJP’s victory is remarkable considering the fact that it is for the first time in more than three decades a single party has secured majority on its own in two consecutive Lok Sabha polls.
“This is the biggest incident in a democracy. Crores of people have filled one fakir ki jholi,” PM Modi said triggering a thunderous applause from the party workers.
Earlier in the evening, Congress president Rahul Gandhi conceded defeat of his party in the Lok Sabha elections and congratulated the Bharatiya Janata Party and Prime Minister Narendra Modi for a thumping win. “I had said that during the campaign ‘janta maalik hai’ and today people have clearly given their decision. I congratulate the PM and BJP,” he told reporters in Delhi. He added “people of India have clearly decided that Narendra Modi is going to be their Prime Minister and as an Indian I respect that”. Rahul Gandhi also conceded his defeat from Amethi against Smriti Irani.
The BJP-led NDA is all set to return in government at the Centre under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, making it the first time since 1971 that India voted a serving PM back to power with such a majority for a second consecutive term. According to trends by the Election Commission of India, the BJP is set to gain majority on its own and was currently ahead on 291 seats till the filing of this report. The NDA was leading on total 331 seats. The Congress, on the other hand, has failed to impress once again with the UPA was ahead on 101 seats. As per the trends, the BJP looks set to repeat its performance of 2014 Lok Sabha elections in states like Gujarat, Rajasthan, Haryana, Delhi, Himachal Pradesh and Uttarakhand. In Madhya Pradesh as well, the BJP was leading on 28 out of 29 seats. In Karnataka, the BJP was leading on 24 out of 28 while in Jharkhand, the saffron party is maintaining a comfortable lead on 11 of the 14 seats. In Uttar Pradesh, the Mahagathbandhan of the BSP and SP has failed to inflict the kind of damage it had hoped for. The BJP has performed reasonably well, leading on 54 seats. The biggest news for the BJP, however, came from West Bengal where the party made significant strides in Mamata Banerjee’s bastion. As per trends of the Election Commission, the BJP is leading on 19 seats and is set to make a massive gain in terms of vote share.
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PM Narendra Modi said that his govenment is looking ahead and will take everybody along including the rivals.
Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi for his victory in the 2019 Lok Sabha polls and said that he looks forward to work together with him for the city’s people.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi Thursday won the Varanasi Lok Sabha seat defeating his nearest rival Shalini Yadav of Samajwadi Party by a margin of nearly 4.80 lakh votes. Modi won the Varanasi seat by 4,79,505 votes, an Election Commission update on poll results said here. In the 2014 general elections, Modi had won by a margin of 3,71,784 votes against his nearest rival, Aam Admi party supremo Arvind Kejariwal. While Prime Minister Modi got 6,74,664 votes, Shalini Yadav got 1,95,159 votes. Congress candidate Ajay Rai secured third position, polling 1,52,548 votes.
Union minister and BJP candidate Hardeep Singh Puri loses Amritsar seat to Congress MP Gurjeet Singh Aujla by a margin of 99,626 votes.
PM Narendra Modi noted that this was the first election where price rise and corruption were not issues. Modi said that he was busy today, couldn’t pay attention to results. ‘I don’t have much information about it. But I was briefed by party president. I will see it in detail. But from what he told me, that itself indicates that political pundits will have to change their 20th century thinking.’
PM Modi said that the fake secular briage has been rejected by the people of India. He said that it is not Modi’s victory, but a win of people’s hope and aspirations.
PM Modi said that the BJP has never deviated from its principles. “Our cadre worked selflessly. Today’s victory is for new India’s growing aspirations. From two (seats) to winning again, we have worked tirelessly. We will not compromise with our humility and ideals.”
PM Narendra Modi said that the BJP had gone to people seeking mandate to build a new India. “People have given us their blessings for it,” he told a crowd at BJP HQ in Delhi.
PM Modi said that “we all BJP workers and NDA friends dedicate this win to the people of india humbly”.
PM Modi said that people have vindicated “my view that this election was fought by them and not by parties”.
PM Narendra Modi congratulated all the winners. He said that all the winners, irrespective of the parties, ‘I extend my congratulations to them’. He also said that all the leaders must work for India’s progress.
PM Narendra Modi said that India has won today, democracy has won. He said that with deep humility, we dedicate this victory to the people of India.
PM Modi said that this is highest voter turnout Indian has seen. World will have to recognise India’s democratic strength.
Addressing the BJP workers at party odffice in Delhi, PM Narendra Modi thanked the people of India for showing faith in the saffron party once again. He said that the BJP’s historic win is a landmark in the world’s democracy.
Amit Shah said that in Uttar Pradesh, the SP-BSP alliance failed. He also said that people have rejected the kind politics being practiced by SP and BSP.
Amit Shah said that this win belongs to the people of India. “This is an outcome of the hard work of 11 crore party workers. This win belongs to the Modi government which worked on its policy of ‘sabka-sath, sabka vikas’ between 2014 and 1019.”
Addressing the BJP workers at party office in Delhi, Amit Shah termed the BJP win ‘historic’. “This is a historic victory. After 50 years someone has won an absolute majority for the second time in a row,” he said.
RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav said that he respects people’s mandate and congratulated PM Narendra Modi. “We hope that the dual engine govt in Bihar will solve the problems faced by people here. Would like to thank our workers, no reason to be disappointed, will continue the fight,” he said.
N Chandrababu Naidu submits his resignation to the Governor as the Chief Minister of AndhraPradesh after TDP’s defeat in assembly elections.
PM Modi has arrived at the BJP headquarters to a rousing welcome after party’s historic win in the Lok Sabha elections. BJP president Amit Shah received him outside the BJP.
Congress’ Adhir Ranjan Chowdhuryis leading over TMC’s Apurba Sarkar (David) by 78545 votes, from Baharampur (West Bengal).
BJP candidate from Gorakhpur, Ravi Kishan, wins by 3,01,664 votes. “This is a victory of the truth,” he said.
Congress’ Manish Tewari wins from Anandpur Sahib, SAD’S Sukhbir Singh Badal wins from Firozpur, Congress’ Ravneet Singh Bittu wins from Ludhiana and Congress’ Preneet Kaur wins from Patiala.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will reach the BJP office shortly. He is expected to address the BJP workers here. This comes after Election Commission trends show that the BJP will retain power at the Centre again.
BJP leader Sambit Patra wins from Puri Lok Sabha seat. He defeated Biju Janata Dal’s Pinaki Misra.
Congress’ Bhopal candidate Digvijaya Singh said that he accepts people’s mandate.BJP’s Pragya Thakur has defeated Digvijaya from here.
Congress spokesperson Randeep Singh Surjewala has rejected the reports of Congress president Rahul Gandhi offering resignation. He said that reports are incorrect.
After Rahul Gandhi says that he concedes his defeat in Amethi and congratulated Smriti irani, the BJP leader has tweeted:
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has removed ‘chowkidar’ prefix from his name. In a tweet, he said, “The people of India became Chowkidars and rendered great service to the nation. Chowkidar has become a powerful symbol to safeguard India from the evils of casteism, communalism, corruption and cronyism.”
Several television reports claim that Rahul Gandhi has offered to resigned as Congress president. This comes after Congress’ poor show in the Lok Sabha elections.
Congress general secretary Priyanka Gandhi on Thursday said that she respects the people’s verdict and congratulates BJP, its workers, leaders and Prime Ministers. The BJP has once again gained majority in the Lok Sabha while the Congress-led alliance was restricted below 100 seats.
Congress rresident Rahul Gandhi also concedes his defeat in Amethi. He said: “I respect the decision and congratulate Smriti Irani ji.”
Rahul Gandhi said that his party will discuss where they went wrong and added that “people of India have clearly decided that Narendra Modi is going to be their Prime Minister and as an Indian I respect that.”
Congress president Rahul Gandhi has accepted the party’s defeat in the Lok Sabha elections. Addressing the media in Delhi, Rahul also congratulated BJP and Narendra Modi for the big win in the elections. “I had said that during the campaign ‘janta maalik hai’ and today people have clearly given their decision. I congratulate the PM and BJP,” he said.
Congress president Rahul Gandhi and his sister Priyanka Gandhi reached Congress office at Akbar Road. He will be addressing the media shortly.
Former Jammu and Kashmir CM Mehbooba Mufti lost in the Anantnag constituency. NC’s Hasnain Masoodi defeated Mufti.
Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan on Thursday congratulated his Indian counterpart Narendra Modi and BJP on stunning victory in the Lok Sabha elections. Khan said that he is looking forward working with Modi for peace in south Asia.
Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath on Thursday said “alert voters” have rejected the ‘mahagathbandhan’ (grand alliance) of opposition parties. “It is high time for the opposition to introspect and shun politics of negativity,” Adityanath said.
The Shiv Sena Thursday lavished praise on Prime Minister Narendra Modi as the BJP-led NDA appeared to be retaining power comfortably, saying nobody would be able to pose a challenge before him for the next 25 years. The Uddhav Thackeray-led party had often criticized the BJP in the last five years but eventually sealed a fresh alliance with it ahead of the Lok Sabha polls. Sena MP Sanjay Raut said that people had given a befitting reply to opposition parties who created “an atmosphere of illusion” against Modi over issues such as the Rafale fighter jet deal. “The entire country is `Modi-may’ (in thrall of Modi),” Raut, who edits the Sena mouthpiece `Saamana’, said. “The truth has to be accepted that no one could counter Modi. Today’s mandate is such that no one can counter (Modi) for the next 25 years,” Raut added.