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All Constituencies (70)

Constituencies Winner Victory Margin Runner Up
Purola
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Durgeshwar-Lal BJP
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Malchand INC
Yamunotri
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Sanjay-Dobhal IND
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Deepak Bijalwan INC
Gangotri
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Suresh-Singh-Chauhan BJP
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Vijaypal Singh Sajwan INC
Badrinath
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Rajendra-Singh-Bhandari INC
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Mahendra Bhatt BJP
Tharali
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Bhupal-Ram-Tamta BJP
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Dr. Jeet Ram INC
Karnprayag
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Anil-Nautiyal BJP
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Mukesh Negi INC
Kedarnath
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Shaila-Rani-Rawat BJP
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Kuldeep Singh Rawat IND
Rudraprayag
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Bharat-Singh-Chaudhary BJP
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Pradeep Prasad Thapliyal INC
Ghanshali
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Shakti-Lal-Shah BJP
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Dhani Lal Shah INC
Deoprayag
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Vinod-Kandari BJP
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Diwakar Bhatt UKKD
Narendranagar
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Subodh-Uniyal BJP
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Om Gopal INC
Pratapnagar
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Vikram-Singh-Negi INC
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Vijay Singh Panwar BJP
Tehri
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Kishore-Upadhyay BJP
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Dinesh Dhanai UJEP
Dhanolti
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Pritam-Singh-Panwar BJP
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Jot Singh Bisht INC
Chakrata
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Pritam-Singh INC
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Ram Sharan Nautiyal BJP
Vikasnagar
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Munna-Singh-Chauhan BJP
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Nav Prabhat INC
Sahaspur
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Sahdev-Singh-Pundir BJP
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Aryendra Sharma INC
Dharampur
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Vinod-Chamoli BJP
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Dinesh Agarwal INC
Raipur
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Umesh-Sharma-Kau BJP
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Hira Singh Bisht INC
Rajpur Road
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Khajan-Dass BJP
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Rajkumar INC
Dehradun Cantt.
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Savita-Kapoor BJP
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Suryakant Dhasmana INC
Mussoorie
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Ganesh-Joshi BJP
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Godavari Thapli INC
Doiwala
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Brij-Bhushan-Gairola BJP
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Gaurav (Ginni) INC
Rishikesh
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Prem-Chand-Aggarwal BJP
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Jayendra Chand Ramola INC
Hardwar
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Madan-Kaushik BJP
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Satpal Brahamchari INC
B.H.E.L. ranipur
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Adesh-Chauhan BJP
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Rajbir Singh Chauhan INC
Jwalapur
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Er.-Ravi-Bahadur INC
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Suresh Rathore BJP
Bhagwanpur
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Mamta-Rakesh INC
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Subodh Rakesh BSP
Jhabrera
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Virendra-Kumar INC
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Rajpal Singh BJP
Pirankaliyar
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Furkan-Ahmad INC
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Munish Kumar Saini BJP
Roorkee
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Pradeep-Batra BJP
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Yashpal Rana INC
Khanpur
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Umesh-Kumar IND
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Ravindra Singh BSP
Manglaur
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Sarwat-Kareem-Ansari BSP
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Qazi Mohammad Nizamuddin INC
Laksar
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Shahzad BSP
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Sanjay Gupta BJP
Hardwar Rural
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Anupama-Rawat INC
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Yatishwaranand BJP
Yamkeshwar
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Renu-Bisht BJP
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Shailendra Singh Rawat INC
Pauri
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Rajkumar-Pori BJP
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Naval Kishor INC
Srinagar
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(Dr)-Dhan-Singh-Rawat BJP
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Ganesh Godiyal INC
Chaubattakhal
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Satpal-Maharaj BJP
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Keshar Singh INC
Lansdowne
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Daleep-Singh-Rawat BJP
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Anukriti Gusain Rawat INC
Kotdwar
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Ritu-Khanduri-Bhushan BJP
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Surendra Singh Negi INC
Dharchula
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Harish-Singh-Dhami INC
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Dhan Singh Dhami (Dhan Da) BJP
Didihat
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Vishan-Singh BJP
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Kishan Bhandari IND
Pithoragarh
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Mayukh-Mahar INC
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Chandra Pant BJP
Gangolihat
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Fakeer-Ram BJP
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Khajan Chandra Guddu INC
Kapkote
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Suresh-Gariya BJP
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Lalit Farswan INC
Bageshwar
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Chandan-Ram-Dass BJP
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Ranjeet Das INC
Dwarahat
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Madan-Singh-Bisht INC
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Anil Singh Shahi BJP
Salt
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Mahesh-Jeena BJP
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Ranjeet Singh Rawat INC
Ranikhet
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Pramod-Nainwal BJP
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Karan Mahara INC
Someshwar
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Rekha-Arya BJP
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Rajendra Lal INC
Almora
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Manoj-Tewari INC
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Kailash Sharma BJP
Jageshwar
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Mohan-Singh BJP
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Govind Singh Kunjwal INC
Lohaghat
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Khushal-Singh-Adhikari INC
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Puran Singh Fartyal BJP
Champawat
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Kailash-Chandra-Gahtori BJP
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Hemesh Kharkwal INC
Lalkuwa
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Dr.-Mohan-Singh-Bisht BJP
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Harish Rawat INC
Bhimtal
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Ram-Singh-Kaira BJP
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Dan Singh Bhandari INC
Nainital
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Sarita-Arya BJP
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Sanjeev Arya INC
Haldwani
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Sumit-Hridayesh INC
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Dr. Jogender Pal Singh Rautela BJP
Kaladhungi
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Banshidhar-Bhagat BJP
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Mahesh Chandra INC
Ramnagar
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Diwan-Singh-Bisht BJP
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Mahendra Singh Pal INC
Jaspur
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Adesh-Singh-Chauhan INC
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Dr. Shailendra Mohan Singhal BJP
Kashipur
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Trilok-Singh-Cheema BJP
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Narendra Chand Singh INC
Bajpur
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Yashpal-Arya INC
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Rajesh Kumar BJP
Gadarpur
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Arvind-Pandey BJP
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Premanand Mahajan INC
Rudrapur
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Shiv-Arora BJP
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Meena Sharma INC
Kichha
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Tilak-Raj-Behar INC
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Rajesh Shukla BJP
Sitarganj
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Saurabh-Bahuguna BJP
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Navtej Pal Singh INC
Nanak matta
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Gopal-Singh-Rana INC
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Prem Singh Rana BJP
Khatima
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Bhuwan-Chandra-Kapri INC
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Pushkar Singh Dhami BJP

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Lok Sabha elections: AAP launches 'AAP ka Ram Rajya’ website

Published on Apr 17, 2024 02:16 PM IST

Lok Sabha elections: The party's objective in launching the website is to “highlight the initiatives undertaken by the party.”

AAP leaders Sanjay Singh, Saurabh Bharadwaj, Atishi Singh and Jasmine Shah launch a website for the party's campaign ahead of Lok Sabha elections, in New Delhi, Wednesday, April 17, 2024. (PTI)

'Emotional': PM Narendra Modi after watching Ram Lalla's Surya Tilak on tablet

The Ram Temple in Ayodhya witnessed a unique event as the forehead of the Ram Lalla idol was anointed with a ray of sunlight.

PM Narendra Modi watching Surya Tilak ceremony in Assam.
Updated on Apr 17, 2024 01:44 PM IST

Days after Vadra's 'Amethi' remark, Rahul Gandhi reacts to candidature query

Amethi had been a Congress stronghold until the 2019 general elections, when BJP's Smriti Irani defeated Rahul Gandhi from the constituency.

Ghaziabad: Congress leader Rahul Gandhi speaks during a joint press conference with Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav. (PTI)
Published on Apr 17, 2024 12:53 PM IST

Campaign to end for phase 1 today; Rahul Gandhi in Karnataka, PM in northeast

In the last day of the Lok Sabha election phase 1 campaigning, Rahul Gandhi is set to hold two rallies in Karnataka.

Narendra Modi and Rahul Gandhi to hold election campaigns today.(PTI photos)
Published on Apr 17, 2024 11:56 AM IST

Rahul Gandhi claims Modi interview scripted: ‘PM is champion of corruption’

Lok Sabha elections: Rahul Gandhi attacked PM Narendra Modi at a joint press conference with SP chief Akhilesh Yadav.

Congress leader Rahul Gandhi and Samajwadi Party President Akhilesh Yadav during a meeting on the sidelines of their joint press conference.(PTI)
Updated on Apr 17, 2024 12:55 PM IST

War of words over manifesto becomes flashpoint of 2024 Lok Sabha polls

The BJP has knocked at the doors of the Election Commission, calling the Congress manifesto ‘Ghar Ghar Guarantee’ to ‘corrupt practices amounting to bribery’

Prime Minister Narendra Modi during the launch of the BJP's ‘Sankalp Patra’ for the Lok Sabha elections, in New Delhi on Sunday. (Ajay Aggarwal/ HT Photo)
Updated on Apr 17, 2024 09:49 AM IST

Lok Sabha Election 2024 LIVE: ‘Those who have cheated Tripura…,’ says PM Modi

Lok Sabha Election 2024 LIVE: Check out all the latest updates and top news on general elections here.

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Lok Sabha Election 2024 LIVE: PM Modi holds poll rally in Tripura's Agartala
Updated on Apr 17, 2024 02:53 PM IST

Lok Sabha elections in Delhi: Face-off on key seats, who's fighting whom?

Lok Sabha elections: Delhi will vote on May 25 and the votes will be counted on June 4.

AAP and Congress are part of the INDIA bloc alliance against BJP.
Published on Apr 16, 2024 05:23 PM IST

‘PM Modi an instrument of 5-6 big rich businessmen’: Rahul Gandhi in Kerala

“PM Narendra Modi is trying to defend the biggest corruption scandal on the planet -- the electoral bond scheme,” Congress leader Rahul Gandhi said.

FILE PHOTO: Rahul Gandhi, a senior leader of India's main opposition Congress party, gestures as he addresses the media during the party's manifesto release event ahead of the general election, in New Delhi, India, April 5, 2024. REUTERS/Adnan Abidi/File Photo(REUTERS)
Published on Apr 16, 2024 03:53 PM IST

Rahul Gandhi's ‘main course’ rebuttal at PM Modi's ‘appetizer’ remarks

Senior Congress leader Rahul Gandhi took a dig at PM Narendra Modi for his “appetizer” remark during a rally.

PM Narendra Modi and Congress leader Rahul Gandhi(File)
Published on Apr 16, 2024 01:09 PM IST
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