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India General Elections 2024 Phase 6, State Wise Latest Result

The sixth phase of the Lok Sabha election has commenced, covering 58 seats across seven states and one Union Territory. Delhi and Haryana are voting in a single phase, while Odisha holds simultaneous Lok Sabha and Assembly elections. By 5 PM, voter turnout was 57.70%, with West Bengal leading at over 77.99%, while UP recorded 52.2%and Delhi at 53.75 %.

By the end of the day, phase 6 polling elections will be completed for 486 of the 543 Lok Sabha seats. The remaining 57 seats are scheduled to vote in the final phase on June 1, with the results of all seven phases will be declared on June 4, 2024.

Lok Sabha Election in India 2024

  • The sixth phase of Lok Sabha Elections 2024 occurred on May 25 across 58 seats in six states and two Union Territories.
  • Voters in seven states and one Union Territory are exercising their franchise: Bihar and West Bengal have eight seats each, Delhi has seven, Haryana has ten, Jharkhand has four, Uttar Pradesh has 14, and Jammu & Kashmir has one—Anantnag-Rajouri, which was rescheduled from the third to the sixth phase.
  • The approximate voter turnout by 5 pm was 57.70%, with notable turnouts in West Bengal (77.99%), Uttar Pradesh (52.2%), Delhi (53.75%), and Jharkhand (61.14%).
  • Concurrently, 42 assembly constituencies in Odisha participated in voting.
  • About 11.13 crore eligible voters, including men, women, and third-gender electors, were expected to vote across 1.14 lakh polling stations.
  • Special provisions were made for voters aged 85 and above, voters above 100 years, and Persons with Disabilities (PwD) to vote from their residences.
  • A total of 889 candidates contested in this phase of the elections.
  • Key constituencies include New Delhi, North-East Delhi, North-West Delhi, and Chandni Chowk in Delhi, Sultanpur and Azamgarh in Uttar Pradesh, Anantnag-Rajouri in Jammu and Kashmir, Tamluk and Medinipur in West Bengal, Karnal, Kurukshetra, Gurgaon, and Rohtak in Haryana, and Bhubaneswar, Puri, and Sambalpur in Odisha.
  • The Election Commission has urged officials to address the impact of the heatwave affecting Delhi, Haryana, and Uttar Pradesh.

Delhi Lok Sabha Election Result 2024

The sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections in Delhi is underway, with voting taking place in all seven constituencies of the national capital. By 5 PM, Delhi recorded a voter turnout of 53.73%, marking one of the lowest turnouts in this phase.

The key constituencies in Delhi, including New Delhi, North-East Delhi, North-West Delhi, and Chandni Chowk, are closely watched as they play a significant role in shaping the political landscape of the city. The Election Commission has urged poll officers to take measures to address the impact of rising temperatures due to a heatwave in Delhi, ensuring a smooth voting process for the electorate.

Constituency Voter Turnout
Chandni Chowk 53.27%
East Delhi 53.69%
New Delhi 50.44%
North-east Delhi 57.97%
North-west Delhi 53.17%
South Delhi 51.84%
West Delhi 54.15%

Haryana Records Voting Result

Officials reported a voter turnout of 55.93% in Haryana’s 10 Lok Sabha seats until 5 pm, with polling proceeding peacefully on Saturday. Although polling concluded at 6 pm, the turnout is expected to rise as numerous individuals were still queued up, awaiting their turn to vote.

  • The voter turnout increased progressively throughout the day in Haryana, as per Election Commission (EC) data.
  • At 9 am, the turnout stood at 8.31%, which rose to 36.48% by 1 pm and further increased to 55.93% by 5 pm.
  • Polling operations were reported to be smooth across the state, according to officials.
  • Haryana has a total of 2,00,76,768 registered voters, including 94,23,956 women and 467 transgender individuals, as stated by Chief Electoral Officer Anurag Agarwal.
  • Among the districts, Sirsa recorded the highest turnout at 59.57%, followed by Ambala at 58.44% and Kurukshetra at 58.38%.
  • Conversely, Gurugram had the lowest turnout at 51.75%.
  • Other notable turnouts include Bhiwani-Mahendragarh at 56.11%, Faridabad at 53.64%, Hisar at 53.85%, Karnal at 55.71%, Rohtak at 58.28%, and Sonipat at 55.49%.
Constituency Voter Turnout
Kurukshetra 58.38%
Sirsa 59.57%
Gurugram 51.75%
Ambala 58.44%
Bhiwani-Mahendragarh 56.11%
Faridabad 53.64%
Hisar 53.85%
Karnal 55.71%
Rohtak 58.28%
Sonipat 55.49%

J&K | Brisk Polling in Anantnag-Rajouri Voting

The Anantnag-Rajouri parliamentary constituency saw a significant increase in voter participation, achieving an overall turnout of 51.35 per cent by 5 PM on Saturday during the sixth phase of the 2024 Lok Sabha elections, according to the latest update from the Election Commission of India (ECI). This turnout is the highest in the constituency since 1997.

In the 1996 elections for the 11th Lok Sabha, the Anantnag constituency recorded a 50.2 per cent voter turnout. So far, Rajouri has the highest voter turnout at 61.14 per cent, while Kulgam has the lowest at 26.27 per cent.

Constituency Voter Turnout
Udhampur 68.27%
Jammu 72.22%
Srinagar 38.49%
Baramulla 59.10%
Anantnag-Rajouri 67.09%

Uttar Pradesh Voting Result

On May 25, 2024, the sixth phase of the Lok Sabha elections is underway, with voters in Uttar Pradesh (UP) actively participating in this crucial round of polling. The sixth phase of Lok Sabha elections in Uttar Pradesh (UP) is underway, with voting taking place in all seven constituencies of the national capital. By 5 PM, Uttar Pradesh (UP) recorded a voter turnout of 43.95% in this phase.

This phase covers several significant Lok Sabha seats, including Sultanpur, Phulpur, Allahabad, Ambedkar Nagar, Shrawasti, Domariyaganj, Basti, Sant Kabir Nagar, Lalganj, Azamgarh, Jaunpur, Machhlishahr, Bhadohi, and Pratapgarh. Uttar Pradesh has witnessed the highest number of nominations in Phase 6, with 470 candidates filing from these 14 parliamentary constituencies.

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When is the Election?

1st Phase, No. of PCs are 102, No. of States 21, Poll Date 19-04-2024.
2nd Phase, No. of PCs are 89, No. of States 13, Poll Date 26-04-2024.
3rd Phase, No. of PCs are 94, No. of States 12, Poll Date 07-05-2024.
4th Phase, No. of PCs are 96, No. of States 10, Poll Date 13-05-2024.
5th Phase, No. of PCs are 49, No. of States 08, Poll Date 20-05-2024.
6th Phase, No. of PCs are 57, No. of States 07, Poll Date 25-05-2024.
7th Phase, No. of PCs are 57, No. of States 08, Poll Date 01-06-2024.

How many seats of Lok Sabha are there in India?

There are about 969 million registered voters to elect 543 members of Lok Sabha, the lower house of parliament, in the world's largest democratic exercise over six weeks.

Who is winning Lok Sabha?

The BJP had won 303 Lok Sabha seats in the 2019 general elections, riding on the 'Modi wave' in Hindi heartland states

Is Lok Sabha bigger or Rajya Sabha?

The Lok Sabha is bigger in terms of membership. It has a maximum strength of 552 members, while the Rajya Sabha can have a maximum of 250 members.

Who sits in Lok Sabha?

The Lok Sabha comprises of a total of 545 seats. Out of these, elections will be conducted by the Election Commission to fill 543 seats. The remaining two seats are filled by nomination of representatives of the Anglo-Indian Community if the President feels that this community has not been represented adequately.

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