Lok Sabha Election Results: Big faces on hotly contested seats - Who will win? Who will lose? Nobody is sure! See list of constituencies and candidates
Lok Sabha Election Results: The stage is all set for the Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 and the fate of candidates fighting this fierce electoral battle will be revealed on Thursday, 23rd May, 2019.
Lok Sabha Election Results: The stage is all set for the Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 and the fate of candidates fighting this fierce electoral battle will be revealed on Thursday, 23rd May, 2019. Notably, most of the exit polls have given a broad hint about results tilting in favour of 'Phir Ek Baar Modi Sarkaar' but still, there are many hotly contested seats where 'who will win and who will lose' has become a buzz phrase. So, we have compiled 10 seats where the fight is so fierce that even seasoned psephologists are not making any guesses. Here is the list:-
1 Bhopal: BJP leader Sadhvi Pragya vs Congress leader Digvijaya Singh
2 Azamgarh: Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav vs Bhojpuri actor and BJP leader Dinesh Lal Yadav aka Nirahua
3 Patna Sahib: Actor-turned-politician Shatrughan Sinha vs senior BJP leader Ravi Shankar Prasad
4 Begusarai: Former JNU Students' Union leader Kanhaiya Kumar vs BJP leader Giriraj Singh
5 Bengaluru Central: Actor-turned-politician Prakash Raj vs BJP’s sitting MP PC Mohan vs Congress’ Rizwan Arshad
6 Amethi: BJP leader Smriti Irani vs Congress President Rahul Gandhi
7 Cricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir vs AAP leader Atishi Marlena
8 Rampur: Senior Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan vs actress-politician Jaya Prada
9 Asansol, West Bengal: Moon Moon Sen vs Babul Supriyo
10 Chandigarh: BJP leader Kirron Kher vs Congress leader Pawan Bansal
Lok Sabha Election Results 2019: Preparations in full swing
The Election Commission has made elaborate arrangements for counting of votes in all the Lok Sabha constituencies on Thursday. The Election Commission (EC) has said a control room would be set up to deal with complaints related to Electronic Voting Machines (EVM) round the clock.
"The 24-hour EVM Control Room will be made functional from tonight at Nirvachan Sadan to monitor complaints relating to polled EVMs," EC Spokesperson said on Twitter. "Complaints related to storage issues at strongrooms, security of strongrooms, permissions to candidates to post their agents at strongrooms, CCTV monitoring, movement of EVMs and any complaints during counting related to the EVMs can be informed at control room number 011-23052123 (five lines)."
Counting of votes will begin at 8 AM on Thursday.