Lok Sabha Election 2019: Full list of constituencies, candidates of fourth phase polling on April 29

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Updated: Apr 27, 2019 1:13 PM

A total of 71 seats will go to polls in the fourth phase on April 29. These seats are spread across nine states Maharashtra, Rajasthan, Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Madhya Pradesh, Odisha, Bihar, Jharkhand and Jammu and Kashmir. Results will be declared om May 23.

Lok Sabha election 2019, fourth phase pollingList of constituencies and candidates going to polls in fourth phase

Fourth phase election 2019: The stage is set for polling in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha elections. As per the schedule announced by the Election Commission of India, a total of 71 seats across nine states will go to polls on April 29 (Monday). Results will be declared on May 23.

The states that will be voting in the fourth phase are: Maharashtra (17 seats), Rajasthan (13), Uttar Pradesh (13), West Bengal (8), Madhya Pradesh (6), Odisha (6), Bihar (5), Jharkhand (3) and Jammu and Kashmir (1). As many as 943 candidates will try their luck in this phase.

According to the Election Commission, around 90 crore people are eligible to vote in the ongoing general elections. So far, peaceful elections were held across 303 seats in three different phases. The remaining fifth, sixth and seventh phases will be held on May 6, May 12 and May 19, respectively.

In 2014, there were more than 83 crore registered voters. However, the total voting percentage was 66%.

Bihar (4 seats)

Darbhanga: Gopal Ji Thakur (BJP) | Abdul Bari Siddiqui (RJD)

Ujiarpur: Nityanand Rai (BJP) | Upendra Kushwaha (RLSP)

Samastipur: Ram Chandra Paswan(LJP) | Ashok Kumar (Congress)

Begusarai: Giriraj Singh (BJP) | Tanveer Hasan (RJD) | Kanhaiya Kumar (CPI)

Munger: Rajiv Ranjan Singh Lalan Singh (JD-U) | Neelam Devi (Congress)

Jammu and Kashmir (1 seat)

Ladakh: Jamyang Tsering Namgyal (BP) | Rigzin Spalbar (Congress)

Jharkhand (3 seats)

Chatra: Sunil Singh (BJP) | Manoj Kumar Yadav (Congress)

Lohardaga: Sudarshan Bhagat (BJP) | Sukhdeo Bhagat (Congress)

Palamau: Vishnu Dayal Ram (BJP) | Dhuran Ram (RJD)

Madhya Pradesh (6 seats)

Sidhi: Riti Pathak (BJP) | Ajay Arjun Singh (Congress)

Shahdol: Himadri Singh (BJP) | Pramila Singh (Congress)

Jabalpur: Rakesh Singh (BJP) | Vivek Krishna Tankha (Congress) | Ramraj Ram (BSP)

Mandla: Faggan Singh Kulaste (BJP) | Kamal Singh Marawi (Congress)

Balaghat: Dhal Singh Bisen (BJP) | Madhu Bhagat (Congress)

Chhindwara: Natthan Shah (BJP) | Nakul Nath (Congress)

Maharashtra (17 seats)

Nandurbar: Heena Vijaykumar Gavit (BJP) | KC Padavi (Congress)

Dhule: Subhash Ramrao Bhamre (BJP) | Kunal Rohidas Patil (Congress)

Dindori: Bharati Pawar (BJP) | Jeeva Pandu Gavit (Congress)

Nashik: Hemant Godse (Shiv Sena) | Sameer Magan Bhujbal (NCP)

Palghar: Rajendra Gavit (Shiv Sena) | Sachin Shingda (NCP)

Bhiwandi: Kapil Moreshwar Patil (BJP) | Suresh Kashinath Taware (Congress)

Kalyan: Babaji Balaram Patil (NCP) | Shrikant Shinde (Shiv Sena)

Thane: Anand Paranjpe (NCP) | Rajan Vichare (Shiv Sena)

Mumbai North: Gopal Chinayya Shetty (BJP) | Urmila Matondkar (Congress)

Mumbai North-West: Gajanan Kirtikar (Shiv Sena) | Sanjay Nirupam (Congress)

Mumbai North-East: Manoj Kotak (BJP) | Sanjay Dina Patil (NCP)

Mumbai North-Central: Poonam Mahajan (BJP) | Priya Dutt 9Congress)

Mumbai South-Central: Eknath Gaikwad (Congress) | Rahul Shewale (Shiv Sena)

Mumbai South: Arvind Sawant (Shiv Sena) | Milind Murli Deora (Congress)

Maval: Shrirang Barne (Shiv Sena) | Parth Ajit Pawar (NCP)

Shirur: Shivajirao Adhalrao Patil (Shiv Sena) | Amol Ramsing Kolhe (NCP)

Shirdi: Bhausaheb Kamble (Congress) | Sadashiv Lokhande (Shiv Sena)

Odisha (6 seats)

Mayurbhanj: Debashish Marandi (BJD) | Biswesar Tudu (BJP)

Balasore: Navajyoti Patnaik (Congress) | Rabindra Kumar Jena (BJD) | Pratap Sarangi (BJP)

Bhadrak: Manjulata Mandal (BJD) | Madhumita Sethi (Congress) | Abhimanyu Sethi (BJP)

Jajpur: Manas Jena (Congress) | Sarmishtha Sethi (BJD) | Amiya Mallick (BJP)

Kendrapara: Anubhav Mohanty (BJD) | Dharanidhar Nayak (Congress) | Baijayant Panda (BJP)

Jagatsinghpur: Rajshree Malik (BJD) | Pratima Mallick (Congress) | Bibhuprasad Tarai (BJP)

Rajasthan (13 seats)

Tonk-Sawai Madhopur: Namo Narain Meena (Congress) | Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuria (BJP)

Ajmer: Rijju Jhunjhunuwala (Congress) | Bhagirath Chaudhary (BJP)

Pali: Badri Ram Jakhar (Congress) | PP Chaudhary (BJP)

Jodhpur: Gajendra Singh Shekhawat (BJP) | Vaibhav Gehlot (Congress)

Barmer: Manvendra Singh (Congress) | Kailash Chaudhry (BJP)

Jalore: Ratan Dewasi (Congress) | Devji Mansingram Patel (BJP)

Udaipur: Raghuveer Singh Meena (Congress) | Arjunlal Meena (BJP)

Banswara: Kanakmal Katara (BJP) | Tarachand Bhagora (Congress)

Chittorgarh: Gopal Singh Idwa (Congress) | CP Joshi (BJP)

Rajsamand: Devkinandan Gurjar (Congress) | Diya Kumari (BJP)

Bhilwara: Rampal Sharma (Congress) | Subhash Chandra Baheria (BJP)

Kota: Ramnarayan Meena (Congress) | Om Birla (BJP)

Jhalawar-Baran: Pramod Sharma (Congress) | Dushyant Singh (BJP)

Uttar Pradesh (13 seats)

Shahjahanpur: Brahm Swaroop Sagar (Congress) | Arun Sagar (BJP) | Amar Chandra Jauhar (BSP)

Kheri: Ajay Kumar Mishra (BJP) | Purvi Verma (SP) | Zafar Ali Naqvi (Congress)

Hardoi: Jai Prakash Rawat (BJP) | Usha Verma (SP) | Virendra Kumar Verma (Congress)

Misrikh: Manjari Rahi (Congress) | Nilu Satyarthi (BSP) | Ashok Rawat (BJP)

Unnao: Pooja Pal (SP) | Annu Tandon (Congress) | Sakshi Maharaj (BJP)

Farrukhabad: Manoj Agarwal (BSP) | Salman Khursheed (Congress) | Mukesh Rajpoot (BJP)

Etawah: Devendra Yadav (SP) | Rajveer Singh (BJP) | Rashmi Yadav (PSP-L)

Kannauj: Subrat Pathak (BJP) | Dimple Yadav (SP)

Kanpur: Ram Kumar (SP) | Satyadev Pachuri (BJP) | Prakash Jaiswal (Congress)

Akbarpur: Nisha Sachan (BSP) | Rajaram Pal (Congress) | Davendra Singh Bhole (BJP)

Jalaun: Brij Lal Khabri (Congress) | Pankaj Singh (BSP) | Bhanu Pratap Verma (BJP)

Jhansi: Shiv Saran Kushwah (Congress) | Shyam Sunder Singh Yadav (SP) | Anurag Sharma (BJP)

Hamirpur: Dileep Kumar Singh (BSP) | Pritam Lodhi (Congress) | Pushpendra Singh Chandel (BJP)

West Bengal (8 seats)

Baharampur: Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury (Congress) | Apurba Sarkar (TMC) | Krishna Juardar Arya (BJP)

Krishnanagar: Santanu Jha (CPI-M) | Intaj Ali Shah (Congress) | Mahua Motira (TMC) | Kalyan Chowbey (BJP)

Ranaghat: Mukut Mani Adhikari (BJP) | Rama Biswas (CPI-M) | Rupali Biswas (TMC) | Minati Biswas (Congress)

Bardhaman Purba: Iswar Chandra Das (CPI-M) | Paresh Chandra Das (BJP) | Siddharth Majumder (Congress) | Sunil Kumar Mondal (TMC)

Bardhaman Durgapur: Abhas Roy Choudhury ((CPI-M) | Mamtaz Sanghamita (TMC) | Ranjit Mukherjee (Congress)

Asansol: Biswarup Mondal (Congress) | Gouranga Chatterjee (CPI-M) | Babul Supriyo (BJP) | Sreemati Dev Varma alias Moon Moon Sen (TMC)

Bolpur: Abhjit Saha (Congress) | Asit Kumar Mal (TMC) | Ram Chandra Dome (CPI-M) | Ram Prashad Das (BJP)

Birbhum: Rezaul Karim (CPI-M) | Imam Hossain (Congress) | Satabdi Roy (TMC) | Dudh Kumar Mondal (BJP)

The Lok Sabha has 545 seats but elections are held to fill 543 chairs. The remaining two seats are reserved for the Anglo-Indian community. These members are nominated by President. This time, the Election Commission of India is conducting general elections in seven different phases. Polling in the first phase took place on April 11 with a total of 69.43% turnout. The second phase on April 18 and third phase on April 23 witnessed 67.1% and 66% turnout, respectively. Polling in the fourth phase will take place on April 29. Polling in the remaining three phases will be held on May 6, May 12 and May 19. Results will be out on May 23.

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