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PC No. State Constituency
1 Andaman and Nicobar Islands Andaman & Nicobar Islands
2 Andhra Pradesh Anantapur
3 Andhra Pradesh Bapatla (SC)
4 Andhra Pradesh Anakapalli
5 Andhra Pradesh Amalapuram (SC)
6 Andhra Pradesh Eluru
7 Andhra Pradesh Araku (ST)
8 Andhra Pradesh Chittoor (SC)
9 Andhra Pradesh Guntur
10 Andhra Pradesh Nandyal
11 Andhra Pradesh Kakinada
12 Andhra Pradesh Narasapur
13 Andhra Pradesh Kurnool
14 Andhra Pradesh Kadapa
15 Andhra Pradesh Machilipatnam
16 Andhra Pradesh Hindupur
17 Andhra Pradesh Vijayawada
18 Andhra Pradesh Narasaraopet
19 Andhra Pradesh Ongole
20 Andhra Pradesh Nellore
21 Andhra Pradesh Tirupati (SC)
22 Andhra Pradesh Rajahmundry
23 Andhra Pradesh Rajampet
24 Andhra Pradesh Srikakulam
25 Andhra Pradesh Vizianagaram
26 Andhra Pradesh Visakhapatnam
27 Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal West
28 Arunachal Pradesh Arunachal East
29 Assam Kokrajhar (ST)
30 Assam Autonomous District (ST)
31 Assam Gauhati
32 Assam Dhubri
33 Assam Karimganj (SC)
34 Assam Barpeta
35 Assam Dibrugarh
36 Assam Jorhat
37 Assam Kaliabor
38 Assam Silchar
39 Assam Mangaldoi
40 Assam Lakhimpur
41 Assam Nawgong
42 Assam Tezpur
43 Bihar Gaya (SC)
44 Bihar Purnia
45 Bihar Gopalganj (SC)
46 Bihar Jahanabad
47 Bihar Jhanjharpur
48 Bihar Karakat
49 Bihar Sitamarhi
50 Bihar Katihar
51 Bihar Siwan
52 Bihar Supaul
53 Bihar Madhepura
54 Bihar Valmiki Nagar
55 Bihar Munger
56 Bihar Banka
57 Bihar Nalanda
58 Bihar Bhagalpur
59 Bihar Araria
60 Bihar Arrah
61 Bihar Buxar
62 Bihar Begusarai
63 Bihar Aurangabad
64 Bihar Darbhanga
65 Bihar Khagaria
66 Bihar Kishanganj
67 Bihar Hajipur (SC)
68 Bihar Jamui (SC)
69 Bihar Muzaffarpur
70 Bihar Madhubani
71 Bihar Nawada
72 Bihar Maharajganj
73 Bihar Pataliputra
74 Bihar Purvi Champaran
75 Bihar Patna Sahib
76 Bihar Saran
77 Bihar Samastipur (SC)
78 Bihar Paschim Champaran
79 Bihar Vaishali
80 Bihar Ujiarpur
81 Bihar Sheohar
82 Bihar Sasaram (SC)
83 Chandigarh Chandigarh
84 Chhattisgarh Bilaspur
85 Chhattisgarh Durg
86 Chhattisgarh Janjgir-Champa (SC)
87 Chhattisgarh Mahasamund
88 Chhattisgarh Korba
89 Chhattisgarh Kanker (ST)
90 Chhattisgarh Bastar (ST)
91 Chhattisgarh Raipur
92 Chhattisgarh Rajnandgaon
93 Chhattisgarh Raigarh (ST)
94 Chhattisgarh Surguja (ST)
95 Dadra And Nagar Haveli Dadra And Nagar Haveli
96 Daman and Diu Daman And Diu
97 Delhi North West Delhi (SC)
98 Delhi North East Delhi
99 Delhi Chandni Chowk
100 Delhi East Delhi
101 Delhi New Delhi
102 Delhi South Delhi
103 Delhi West Delhi
104 Goa North Goa
105 Goa South Goa
106 Gujarat Ahmedabad East
107 Gujarat Bharuch
108 Gujarat Ahmedabad West (SC)
109 Gujarat Banaskantha
110 Gujarat Bardoli (ST)
111 Gujarat Amreli
112 Gujarat Anand
113 Gujarat Jamnagar
114 Gujarat Gandhinagar
115 Gujarat Junagadh
116 Gujarat Bhavnagar
117 Gujarat Chhota Udaipur (ST)
118 Gujarat Dahod (ST)
119 Gujarat Kachchh (SC)
120 Gujarat Navsari
121 Gujarat Sabarkantha
122 Gujarat Porbandar
123 Gujarat Patan
124 Gujarat Mahesana
125 Gujarat Kheda
126 Gujarat Rajkot
127 Gujarat Panchmahal
128 Gujarat Surendranagar
129 Gujarat Surat
130 Gujarat Vadodara
131 Gujarat Valsad (ST)
132 Haryana Faridabad
133 Haryana Gurgaon
134 Haryana Bhiwani-Mahendragarh
135 Haryana Ambala (SC)
136 Haryana Sonipat
137 Haryana Hisar
138 Haryana Kurukshetra
139 Haryana Sirsa (SC)
140 Haryana Rohtak
141 Haryana Karnal
142 Himachal Pradesh Kangra
143 Himachal Pradesh Hamirpur
144 Himachal Pradesh Mandi
145 Himachal Pradesh Shimla (SC)
146 Jammu and Kashmir Baramulla
147 Jammu and Kashmir Srinagar
148 Jammu and Kashmir Anantnag
149 Jammu and Kashmir Jammu
150 Jammu and Kashmir Udhampur
151 Jammu and Kashmir Ladakh
152 Jharkhand Giridih
153 Jharkhand Chatra
154 Jharkhand Jamshedpur (ST)
155 Jharkhand Dhanbad
156 Jharkhand Hazaribagh
157 Jharkhand Dumka (ST)
158 Jharkhand Godda
159 Jharkhand Khunti (ST)
160 Jharkhand Ranchi
161 Jharkhand Palamu (SC)
162 Jharkhand Kodarma
163 Jharkhand Rajmahal (ST)
164 Jharkhand Lohardaga (ST)
165 Jharkhand Singhbhum (ST)
166 Karnataka Hassan
167 Karnataka Mandya
168 Karnataka Bangalore Central
169 Karnataka Bagalkot
170 Karnataka Belgaum
171 Karnataka Bangalore North
172 Karnataka Bangalore South
173 Karnataka Bidar
174 Karnataka Bijapur (SC)
175 Karnataka Bangalore Rural
176 Karnataka Bellary (ST)
177 Karnataka Chamrajanagar (SC)
178 Karnataka Davanagere
179 Karnataka Dharwad
180 Karnataka Chitradurga (SC)
181 Karnataka Chikkballapur
182 Karnataka Dakshina Kannada
183 Karnataka Gulbarga (SC)
184 Karnataka Chikkodi
185 Karnataka Mysore
186 Karnataka Koppal
187 Karnataka Tumkur
188 Karnataka Kolar (SC)
189 Karnataka Shimoga
190 Karnataka Haveri
191 Karnataka Raichur (ST)
192 Karnataka Uttara Kannada
193 Karnataka Udupi Chikmagalur
194 Kerala Kottayam
195 Kerala Alappuzha
196 Kerala Attingal
197 Kerala Chalakudy
198 Kerala Ernakulam
199 Kerala Idukki
200 Kerala Alathur (SC)
201 Kerala Kozhikode
202 Kerala Kannur
203 Kerala Mavelikkara (SC)
204 Kerala Kasaragod
205 Kerala Palakkad
206 Kerala Kollam
207 Kerala Malappuram
208 Kerala Wayanad
209 Kerala Thiruvananthapuram
210 Kerala Vatakara
211 Kerala Ponnani
212 Kerala Pathanamthitta
213 Kerala Thrissur
214 Lakshadweep Lakshadweep
215 Madhya Pradesh Mandsaur
216 Madhya Pradesh Balaghat
217 Madhya Pradesh Bhopal
218 Madhya Pradesh Bhind (SC)
219 Madhya Pradesh Damoh
220 Madhya Pradesh Chhindwara
221 Madhya Pradesh Guna
222 Madhya Pradesh Betul (ST)
223 Madhya Pradesh Dhar (ST)
224 Madhya Pradesh Jabalpur
225 Madhya Pradesh Indore
226 Madhya Pradesh Gwalior
227 Madhya Pradesh Khajuraho
228 Madhya Pradesh Khandwa
229 Madhya Pradesh Hoshangabad
230 Madhya Pradesh Mandla (ST)
231 Madhya Pradesh Khargone (ST)
232 Madhya Pradesh Dewas (SC)
233 Madhya Pradesh Morena
234 Madhya Pradesh Rewa
235 Madhya Pradesh Satna
236 Madhya Pradesh Shahdol (ST)
237 Madhya Pradesh Rajgarh
238 Madhya Pradesh Sagar
239 Madhya Pradesh Ratlam (ST)
240 Madhya Pradesh Sidhi
241 Madhya Pradesh Tikamgarh (SC)
242 Madhya Pradesh Vidisha
243 Madhya Pradesh Ujjain (SC)
244 Maharashtra Amravati (SC)
245 Maharashtra Aurangabad
246 Maharashtra Nashik
247 Maharashtra Buldhana
248 Maharashtra Osmanabad
249 Maharashtra Palghar (ST)
250 Maharashtra Parbhani
251 Maharashtra Hatkanangle
252 Maharashtra Ramtek (SC)
253 Maharashtra Hingoli
254 Maharashtra Ratnagiri Sindhudurg
255 Maharashtra Kalyan
256 Maharashtra Kolhapur
257 Maharashtra Shirdi (SC)
258 Maharashtra Maval
259 Maharashtra Thane
260 Maharashtra Yavatmal Washim
261 Maharashtra Ahmadnagar
262 Maharashtra Akola
263 Maharashtra Beed
264 Maharashtra Dhule
265 Maharashtra Baramati
266 Maharashtra Bhiwandi
267 Maharashtra Bhandara Gondiya
268 Maharashtra Chandrapur
269 Maharashtra Dindori (ST)
270 Maharashtra Jalna
271 Maharashtra Jalgaon
272 Maharashtra Latur (SC)
273 Maharashtra Gadchiroli Chimur (ST)
274 Maharashtra Madha
275 Maharashtra Pune
276 Maharashtra Nagpur
277 Maharashtra Nanded
278 Maharashtra Nandurbar (ST)
279 Maharashtra Shirur
280 Maharashtra Raigad
281 Maharashtra Raver
282 Maharashtra Sangli
283 Maharashtra Satara
284 Maharashtra Solapur (SC)
285 Maharashtra Wardha
286 Maharashtra Mumbai North East
287 Maharashtra Mumbai North
288 Maharashtra Mumbai North Central
289 Maharashtra Mumbai North West
290 Maharashtra Mumbai South Central
291 Maharashtra Mumbai South
292 Manipur Outer Manipur (ST)
293 Manipur Inner Manipur
294 Meghalaya Tura (ST)
295 Meghalaya Shillong (ST)
296 Mizoram Mizoram (ST)
297 Nagaland Nagaland
298 Odisha Bhubaneswar
299 Odisha Balasore
300 Odisha Bolangir
301 Odisha Berhampur
302 Odisha Bhadrak (SC)
303 Odisha Aska
304 Odisha Bargarh
305 Odisha Cuttack
306 Odisha Dhenkanal
307 Odisha Jagatsinghpur (SC)
308 Odisha Keonjhar (ST)
309 Odisha Jajpur (SC)
310 Odisha Kalahandi
311 Odisha Kendrapara
312 Odisha Kandhamal
313 Odisha Sambalpur
314 Odisha Mayurbhanj (ST)
315 Odisha Sundargarh (ST)
316 Odisha Puri
317 Odisha Koraput (ST)
318 Odisha Nabarangpur (ST)
319 Puducherry (Pondicherry) Puducherry
320 Punjab Sangrur
321 Punjab Amritsar
322 Punjab Bathinda
323 Punjab Anandpur Sahib
324 Punjab Ferozpur
325 Punjab Jalandhar (SC)
326 Punjab Fatehgarh Sahib (SC)
327 Punjab Faridkot (SC)
328 Punjab Gurdaspur
329 Punjab Hoshiarpur (SC)
330 Punjab Ludhiana
331 Punjab Patiala
332 Punjab Khadoor Sahib
333 Rajasthan Nagaur
334 Rajasthan Alwar
335 Rajasthan Ajmer
336 Rajasthan Barmer
337 Rajasthan Banswara (ST)
338 Rajasthan Churu
339 Rajasthan Dausa (ST)
340 Rajasthan Chittorgarh
341 Rajasthan Ganganagar (SC)
342 Rajasthan Bikaner (SC)
343 Rajasthan Jaipur
344 Rajasthan Bharatpur (SC)
345 Rajasthan Bhilwara
346 Rajasthan Jaipur Rural
347 Rajasthan Kota
348 Rajasthan Jalore
349 Rajasthan Jhunjhunu
350 Rajasthan Jodhpur
351 Rajasthan Jhalawar Baran
352 Rajasthan Karauli Dholpur (SC)
353 Rajasthan Tonk-Sawai Madhopur
354 Rajasthan Rajsamand
355 Rajasthan Sikar
356 Rajasthan Udaipur (ST)
357 Rajasthan Pali
358 Sikkim Sikkim
359 Tamil Nadu Ramanathapuram
360 Tamil Nadu Chidambaram (SC)
361 Tamil Nadu Coimbatore
362 Tamil Nadu Theni
363 Tamil Nadu Thoothukkudi
364 Tamil Nadu Tiruchirappalli
365 Tamil Nadu Tirunelveli
366 Tamil Nadu Kanniyakumari
367 Tamil Nadu Tiruppur
368 Tamil Nadu Tiruvallur (SC)
369 Tamil Nadu Madurai
370 Tamil Nadu Nagapattinam (SC)
371 Tamil Nadu Vellore
372 Tamil Nadu Arakkonam
373 Tamil Nadu Arani
374 Tamil Nadu Chennai South
375 Tamil Nadu Chennai Central
376 Tamil Nadu Chennai North
377 Tamil Nadu Cuddalore
378 Tamil Nadu Dindigul
379 Tamil Nadu Dharmapuri
380 Tamil Nadu Karur
381 Tamil Nadu Mayiladuthurai
382 Tamil Nadu Kallakurichi
383 Tamil Nadu Erode
384 Tamil Nadu Krishnagiri
385 Tamil Nadu Kancheepuram (SC)
386 Tamil Nadu Namakkal
387 Tamil Nadu Sivaganga
388 Tamil Nadu Salem
389 Tamil Nadu Perambalur
390 Tamil Nadu Pollachi
391 Tamil Nadu Nilgiris (SC)
392 Tamil Nadu Tenkasi (SC)
393 Tamil Nadu Sriperumbudur
394 Tamil Nadu Thanjavur
395 Tamil Nadu Virudhunagar
396 Tamil Nadu Tiruvannamalai
397 Tamil Nadu Viluppuram (SC)
398 Telangana Chelvella
399 Telangana Bhongir
400 Telangana Adilabad (ST)
401 Telangana Khammam
402 Telangana Karimnagar
403 Telangana Mahabubabad (ST)
404 Telangana Hyderabad
405 Telangana Malkajgiri
406 Telangana Mahabubnagar
407 Telangana Nagarkurnool (SC)
408 Telangana Medak
409 Telangana Nizamabad
410 Telangana Secunderabad
411 Telangana Nalgonda
412 Telangana Peddapalli (SC)
413 Telangana Warangal (SC)
414 Telangana Zahirabad
415 Tripura Tripura West
416 Tripura Tripura East (ST)
417 Uttar Pradesh Mirzapur
418 Uttar Pradesh Robertsganj (SC)
419 Uttar Pradesh Amethi
420 Uttar Pradesh Allahabad
421 Uttar Pradesh Akbarpur
422 Uttar Pradesh Aligarh
423 Uttar Pradesh Aonla
424 Uttar Pradesh Ambedkar Nagar
425 Uttar Pradesh Amroha
426 Uttar Pradesh Agra (SC)
427 Uttar Pradesh Azamgarh
428 Uttar Pradesh Barabanki (SC)
429 Uttar Pradesh Baghpat
430 Uttar Pradesh Ballia
431 Uttar Pradesh Bahraich (SC)
432 Uttar Pradesh Badaun
433 Uttar Pradesh Banda
434 Uttar Pradesh Bareilly
435 Uttar Pradesh Chandauli
436 Uttar Pradesh Bijnor
437 Uttar Pradesh Basti
438 Uttar Pradesh Deoria
439 Uttar Pradesh Bhadohi
440 Uttar Pradesh Bulandshahr (SC)
441 Uttar Pradesh Dhaurahra
442 Uttar Pradesh Bansgaon (SC)
443 Uttar Pradesh Fatehpur
444 Uttar Pradesh Etah
445 Uttar Pradesh Faizabad
446 Uttar Pradesh Etawah (SC)
447 Uttar Pradesh Domariyaganj
448 Uttar Pradesh Fatehpur Sikri
449 Uttar Pradesh Farrukhabad
450 Uttar Pradesh Firozabad
451 Uttar Pradesh Gonda
452 Uttar Pradesh Hamirpur
453 Uttar Pradesh Ghazipur
454 Uttar Pradesh Gautam Buddha Nagar
455 Uttar Pradesh Ghosi
456 Uttar Pradesh Ghaziabad
457 Uttar Pradesh Gorakhpur
458 Uttar Pradesh Hardoi (SC)
459 Uttar Pradesh Jaunpur
460 Uttar Pradesh Kanpur
461 Uttar Pradesh Kaiserganj
462 Uttar Pradesh Kairana
463 Uttar Pradesh Jhansi
464 Uttar Pradesh Kannauj
465 Uttar Pradesh Hathras (SC)
466 Uttar Pradesh Jalaun (SC)
467 Uttar Pradesh Lucknow
468 Uttar Pradesh Machhlishahr (SC)
469 Uttar Pradesh Lalganj (SC)
470 Uttar Pradesh Kushi Nagar
471 Uttar Pradesh Kheri
472 Uttar Pradesh Maharajganj
473 Uttar Pradesh Kaushambi (SC)
474 Uttar Pradesh Mainpuri
475 Uttar Pradesh Moradabad
476 Uttar Pradesh Mathura
477 Uttar Pradesh Misrikh (SC)
478 Uttar Pradesh Mohanlalganj (SC)
479 Uttar Pradesh Meerut
480 Uttar Pradesh Muzaffarnagar
481 Uttar Pradesh Nagina (SC)
482 Uttar Pradesh Phulpur
483 Uttar Pradesh Salempur
484 Uttar Pradesh Rae Bareli
485 Uttar Pradesh Pilibhit
486 Uttar Pradesh Saharanpur
487 Uttar Pradesh Rampur
488 Uttar Pradesh Pratapgarh
489 Uttar Pradesh Varanasi
490 Uttar Pradesh Shahjahanpur (SC)
491 Uttar Pradesh Sultanpur
492 Uttar Pradesh Sambhal
493 Uttar Pradesh Shravasti
494 Uttar Pradesh Sitapur
495 Uttar Pradesh Unnao
496 Uttar Pradesh Sant Kabir Nagar
497 Uttarakhand Tehri Garhwal
498 Uttarakhand Hardwar
499 Uttarakhand Garhwal
500 Uttarakhand Nainital Udhamsingh Nagar
501 Uttarakhand Almora (SC)
502 West Bengal Jadavpur
503 West Bengal Howrah
504 West Bengal Uluberia
505 West Bengal Serampore
506 West Bengal Arambagh (SC)
507 West Bengal Jangipur
508 West Bengal Tamluk
509 West Bengal Kanthi
510 West Bengal Murshidabad
511 West Bengal Ghatal
512 West Bengal Krishnanagar
513 West Bengal Barasat
514 West Bengal Bardhaman-Durgapur
515 West Bengal Barrackpore
516 West Bengal Jhargram (ST)
517 West Bengal Mathurapur (SC)
518 West Bengal Bishnupur (SC)
519 West Bengal Diamond Harbour
520 West Bengal Basirhat
521 West Bengal Dum Dum
522 West Bengal Kolkata Dakshin
523 West Bengal Kolkata Uttar
524 West Bengal Baharampur
525 West Bengal Asansol
526 West Bengal Alipurduars (ST)
527 West Bengal Bankura
528 West Bengal Bardhaman Purba (SC)
529 West Bengal Balurghat
530 West Bengal Bangaon (SC)
531 West Bengal Darjeeling
532 West Bengal Cooch Behar (SC)
533 West Bengal Birbhum
534 West Bengal Bolpur (SC)
535 West Bengal Jalpaiguri (SC)
536 West Bengal Hooghly
537 West Bengal Joynagar (SC)
538 West Bengal Maldaha Uttar
539 West Bengal Maldaha Dakshin
540 West Bengal Medinipur
541 West Bengal Purulia
542 West Bengal Raiganj
543 West Bengal Ranaghat (SC)

Lok Sabha Elections Timeline

Lok Sabha Elections 1951

Former PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
Former PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
1951

The first ever Lok Sabha Elections were held in 68 Phases between October 25, 1951 to February 21, 1952 after India became Independent. In the first elections, the INC won 364 seats of the 489 seats and Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru became the first democratically elected Prime Minister of India. In the Lok Sabha Elections 1951-52, the CPI won 16, SOC 12 and Others 97 out of 489 seats.

Lok Sabha Elections 1957

Former PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
Former PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
1957

The Second Election to the Lok Sabha was held from February 24 to June 9. The INC easily won a second term in power under the leadership of Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru, winning 371 of the 494 seats. The INC won nearly five times more votes than Communist Party, the second largest party that won 27 seats. In the Lok Sabha Elections 1957-58, the PSP won 19 and Others won 77 out of 494 seats.

Lok Sabha Elections 1962

Former PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
Former PM Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
1962

The Lok Sabha Elections 1962-63 were held in the month of February. Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru won a third term as Prime Minister as INC won 361 of the 494 seats. However, Nehru died two years later in 1964 and was succeeded by Lal Bahadur Shastri, who also died while serving as the PM. In this 1962 to 1967 five-year term, India fought two wars with China and Pakistan.

Lok Sabha Elections 1967

Former PM Indira Gandhi (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
Former PM Indira Gandhi (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
1967

The Fourth Lok Sabha Election was held in 1967. Under the leadership of Indira Gandhi, the Indian National Congress won a fourth consecutive term by winning 283 of the 520 seats. However, the INC’s victory margin had gone lower than the results they had achieved in the previous three elections under Pandit Jawaharlal Nehru’s leadership. In the Lok Sabha Elections 1967-68, the SWA won 44, BJS 35 and Others 158 out of 520 seats.

Lok Sabha Elections 1971

Former PM Indira Gandhi (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
Former PM Indira Gandhi (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
1971

The fifth Lok Sabha Elections, for the first time, took place a year before the normal five-year term of the government. The INC again won the elections under Indira Gandhi’s leadership by winning 352 of the 518 seats. This Fifth Lok Sabha Elections became one in the history of general elections of India with events like the formation of Bangladesh and India-Pakistan war of 1971. In the Lok Sabha Elections 1971-72, CPM won 25, CPI 23 and Others 118 out of 518 seats.

Lok Sabha Elections 1977

Former PM Morarji Desai (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
Former PM Morarji Desai (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
1977

In Lok Sabha elections 1977, for the first time, the Janta Alliance of Parties Opposed the Congress Party and won 298 of the 542 seats and Morarji Desai became the Prime Minister of India. Indira Gandhi’s Congress faced a big defeat. The party lost around 200 seats. In the Lok Sabha Elections 1977-78, INC won 153, CPM 22 and Others 69 out of 542.

Lok Sabha Elections 1980

Former PM Indira Gandhi (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
Former PM Indira Gandhi (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
1980

The seventh Lok Sabha Elections in 1980 witnessed the return of the Congress. The party defeated Janata Party and won 351 of the 542 seats to form the government with Indira Gandhi becoming the Prime Minister once again. The Janata Party faced massive defeat by winning 41 seats, CPM won 37 and Others won 100 out of 542 seats.

Lok Sabha Elections 1984-85

Former PM Rajiv Gandhi (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
Former PM Rajiv Gandhi (Photo Credits: Getty Images)
1984

The Lok Sabha Elections 1984 were held soon after the assassination of then Prime Minister Indira Gandhi. The Polling in Assam and Punjab was delayed until 1985 due to revolts. In the 1984 General Elections, the Congress attained a landslide victory. The party won 414 of the 541 seats. Rajiv Gandhi, son of Indira Gandhi, became the Prime Minister of India. The TDP became the second largest party by winning 30 seats.

Lok Sabha Elections 1989

Former prime minister VP Singh (Photo Credits: PTI)
Former prime minister VP Singh (Photo Credits: PTI)
1989

The Lok Sabha Elections 1989 were held in the month of November. These elections saw a government led by the National Front of regional parties with outside support from the BJP. VP Singh was sworn in as the Prime Minister.

Lok Sabha Elections 1991-92

Former PM PV Narasimha Rao (Photo Credits: PTI)
Former PM PV Narasimha Rao (Photo Credits: PTI)
1991

The Lok Sabha Elections 1991 were held in the months of May and June after the assassination of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi. The Congress emerged as the single largest party in this election, winning 256 seats out of 534 while the BJP won 121. The Congress formed the government with the help of allies and PV Narasimha Rao was sworn in as Prime Minister, giving a stable 5-year government.

Lok Sabha Elections 1996

Atal Bihari Vajpayee, IK Gujral, HD Deve Gowda (Photo Credits: File Image)
Atal Bihari Vajpayee, IK Gujral, HD Deve Gowda (Photo Credits: File Image)
1996

The Lok Sabha Elections 1996 were held in April and May. While the BJP, that won 161 seats, formed the NDA government with allies and Atal Bihari Vajpayee was sworn in as Prime Minister, he remained PM for just 13 days as he stepped down just before the floor test. This was followed by a non-Congress and non-BJP government, with outside support from the Congress. The country saw two more PMs - HD Deve Gowda and IK Gujral within the next few months.

Lok Sabha Elections 1998

Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Photo Credits: PTI)
Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Photo Credits: PTI)
1998

Lok Sabha Elections 1998 were held in the month of February. While the results of these polls threw a hung Parliament, the BJP, that won 182 seats, formed the NDA government with allies and Atal Bihari Vajpayee took oath as the Prime Minister.

Lok Sabha Elections 1999

Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
Former PM Atal Bihari Vajpayee (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
1999

Lok Sabha Elections 1999 were held in April after the Atal Bihari Vajpayee government lost the vote of confidence in Parliament. The BJP won 182 seats in this election and went on to form the NDA government with allies. Atal Bihari Vajpayee became the Prime Minister of India for the third time after this poll.

Lok Sabha Elections 2004

Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh (Photo Credits: IANS)
Former PM Dr Manmohan Singh (Photo Credits: IANS)
2004

Lok Sabha Elections 2004 were held in four phases in the months of April and May. These polls saw the ouster of Atal Bihari Vajpayee as the Prime Minister of India as the Congress won 145 seats, emerging as the single largest party. The INC formed the UPA government with support from allies and Left and Dr Manmohan Singh was sworn in as the Prime Minister. The BJP won 138 seats in this election.

Lok Sabha Elections 2009

Manmohan Singh takes oath as PM (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
Manmohan Singh takes oath as PM (Photo Credits: Wikimedia Commons)
2009

Lok Sabha Elections 2009 were held in five phases in the months of April and May. These elections saw a second continuous term for Dr Manmohan Singh as the Prime Minister as the Congress won 206 seats and formed the UPA government with the help of allies. The BJP won 116 seats in 2009.

Lok Sabha Elections 2014

Narendra Modi takes oath as PM of India in 2014 (Photo Credits: PIB)
Narendra Modi takes oath as PM of India in 2014 (Photo Credits: PIB)
2014

Lok Sabha Elections 2014 were held in the months of March and April and voting took place in nine phases across the country. A voter turnout of 66.38 per cent was recorded in the 2014 polls. The BJP attained full majority in these polls, winning 282 seats while the Congress was brought down to just 44 seats. Narendra Modi became the Prime Minister of India in 2014 and took oath to lead the NDA government.

Lok Sabha Election 2019 : State-wise Seats Breakup

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Parliamentary Election 2019 As It Happened

Here's the final tally: BJP+ 352, Congress+ 91, Others 99. Below is the complete list of 542 winners.

PM Narendra Modi in victory speech: Those who attacked us under the garb of 'secularism' have been silenced. It was fake secularism. 

PM Narendra Modi in victory speech: The satisfaction of the middle-class people with our government has reflected in these election results.

PM Narendra Modi in victory speech: I congratulate the Election Commission, security forces and all those who put together this massive election.

PM Narendra Modi addresses BJP workers as party headquarters amid chants of 'Modi, Modi'. "Today we are seeing that each citizen of this country has filled this fakeer's jholi. I thank all citizens of this country and bow down before them."

BJP President Amit Shah addresses party workers in Delhi after the party's massive triumph in the Lok Sabha Elections 2019. The BJP chief began his speech with congratulating the party workers.

Home Minister Rajnath Singh and former Madhya Pradesh chief minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan are also present at the BJP headquarters where PM Narendra Modi is set to address party workers.

PM Narendra Modi has reached BJP headquarters in Delhi. PM Modi met and greeted his party leaders and is set to deliver a victory speech.

Arrangements are on at the BJP headquarters in Delhi for PM Narendra Modi's address to party workers on their massive victory. The programme at the BJP office is getting delayed due to rain in the national capital.

When asked about the reasons for the defeat of the Congress, Gandhi said that what went wrong didn't matter today. "I have told the Congress workers that we will continue to fight against the BJP's ideology," Gandhi said.

The Congress President also conceded defeat in Amethi and congratulated BJP's Smriti Irani for her victory on the seat. "I congratulate Smriti Irani and hope that she will take good care of Amethi," he said.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is holding a press conference at the party headquarters in Delhi. Gandhi said that people's verdict was welcome. He congratulated Prime Minister Narendra Modi and BJP President Amit Shah for their party's massive victory.  

The BJP has won one seat and is leading on 300 other constituencies. The Congress party is ahead on just 50 seats. The DMK was leading on 23 seats in Tamil Nadu.

Prime Minister Narendra Modi tweets as BJP heads towards massive victory. "Together we grow. Together we prosper. Together we will build a strong and inclusive India. India wins yet again," Modi tweets.

Is Rahul Gandhi on his way to losing the Amethi seat even as he leads in Wayanad? The Congress President is trailing by over 12,000 votes on Amethi seat in Uttar Pradesh against BJP's Smriti Irani. 

It's celebration with laddoos at all BJP offices in India as the party is leading on 300 seats now. It is well above majority as of now.  

BJP Parliamentary board meeting to be held later today. PM Narendra Modi to meet BJP workers at the party office at 5.30 pm today. 

As per the latest trends from the Election Commission of India, the BJP alone is leading on 269 seats. The Congress is ahead on 56 seats.

As per the Election Commission trends, the BJP is now leading on 206 seats, the Congress is ahead on 55 seats. 

Prime Minister Narendra Modi is now leading in Varanasi as per the current trends by Election Commission. Shalini Yadav of the SP is on number2. 

As per the latest trends, BJP-led NDA has crossed the majority mark of 272. NDA is leading on 278 seats while Congress-led UPA is ahead on 103 seats. Other parties are leading on 92 seats.

As per the latest trends, what could be a jolt to the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), PM Narendra Modi is trailing from Varanasi. The BJP-led NDA is leading on 238 seats while the Congress-led UPA is leading on 102.

The BJP-led NDA has crossed the 200-mark in the early trends and is leading on 207 seats. The Congress-led UPA is leading on 87 seats, others are ahead on 64 seats. In what is being seen as a surprise, the Congress is leading on 8 seats in Uttar Pradesh.

Congress President Rahul Gandhi is right now trailing from his 'stronghold' Amethi. BJP's Smriti Irani is leading here as per the latest trends. This could be a huge blow for the Congress.

As per the latest trends, the BJP-led NDA is now leading on 140 seats while the Congress-led UPA is leading on 58. Congress President Rahul Gandhi is leading on the Wayanad seat in Kerala.

The BJP-led NDA has crossed the 100-mark in the first trends. The BJP-led NDA is leading on 103 seats while the Congress-led UPA is leading on 34. Other parties are ahead on just 9 seats as of now. 

Huge trends coming in from the initial rounds of counting. The BJP-led NDA is leading on 84 seats while the Congress-led UPA is leading on 27. Other parties are leading on 6 seats.

As per the latest trends, the NDA is now leading on 17 seats while the UPA is leading on 6.

The first trends have started coming in. While the NDA is leading on two seats, the UPA is also leading on two.

The counting of votes has begun for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 that were held across 542 constituencies. The first trends are expected to be out in the first hour. Stay with us for Live updates.

Just 10 minutes to go before the counting of votes begins. Will the exit polls be proven right? Stay with us for Live updates on Lok Sabha Elections 2019 results.

Ajay Maken, Congress candidate from New Delhi LS seat, contesting against BJP MP Meenakshi Lekhi: The results will be definitely in favour of Congress. We're expecting that Congress will win and form govt. Rahul Gandhi will be the PM. The fight in Delhi is between BJP and Congress.

It's less than one hour to go before the counting of votes begins. There's tight security outside counting centres across the country. Stay with us for quick updates on the counting for votes.

Karnataka BJP candidate from Bengaluru South constituency, Tejasvi Surya to ANI: I am sure we will win. I am confident I will be able to contribute to legislation and policy-making in this country.

It's the verdict day for Lok Sabha Elections 2019 for the country as well as Assembly Elections 2019 for four states - Andhra Pradesh, Arunachal Pradesh, Odisha and Sikkim. The counting of votes will begin at 8 am. The results of Assembly bypolls in certain states will also be declared today. Stay with us for all the Live updates on the counting of votes for the General Elections.

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Odisha Assembly Election 2019 11 Apr 18 Apr 23 Apr 29 Apr - - - 23 May
Andhra Pradesh Assembly 2019 11 Apr - - - - - - 23 May
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