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mini The polls of 2009 will mark the 15th Lok Sabha Electionmini Voting scheduled from Apr 16th to May 13th, with Results on May 16thmini 714 million voters, 43m more than elections of 2004mini 8,28,804 polling stations, 1.36m EVMs, 4m civic officials, 2.1m security officialsmini Photo electoral rolls to be used for first time in 522 of total 543 constituenciesmini Total expenditure estimated to be around Rs. 10,000 croremini A polling booth in the interiors of Gir forest in Junagadh has one votermini In Chhattisgarh, one polling booth has been made for just two votersmini In Arunachal Pradesh, three booths have been made for three voters each


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The 26 Lok Sabha seats & Constituencies of Gujarat

The Lok Sabha election delimitation map for Gujarat

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Gujarat was created as a state in 1960, and from its initial 17 districts, it has now moved on to having 26 districts. The Gujarat election 2009 will have 26 constituencies. After the new delimitation rules, some new constituencies have been created for this year's Gujarat Lok Sabha elections, such as Panchmahal, Bardoli, Valsad and Vadodara.

The major players in Lok Sabha polls for Gujarat constituencies are the Congress and the BJP. No other state seees such a direct conflict. The Gujarat elections have little role for the regional parties and the major vote share goes to either the Congress or the BJP. The BJP seems to hold a upper hand owing to the fact that the Narendra Modi led BJP state Government has won 3 consective state elections. But then, as we all know, there's a huge difference in the mindset of voters when they vote for a state assembly and a Parliamentary election. MJP is the only other party which can pose a slight challenge to either BJP or COngress in some parliamentary constituencies.

All 26 seats in Gujarat go to polls on 30th April '2009.

Gujarat Constituency Profile for 2009 Elections:

Gujarat, being a politically charged state of India, holds considerable importance during the elections. Also, the fact that BJP's Prime Ministerial candidate contests from Gandhinagar in Gujarat, all eyes should remain on Gujarat when the voting reults are coming out. Gujarat has 26 constituencies, of which 4 are reserved for the Scheduled Tribes and 2 for the Scheduled Castes. Here's a list of the Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat for 2009:

Constituency

Costituency

Constituency

1 - SABARKANTHA 2 - PANCHMAHAL 3 - DAHOD (ST)
4 - CHHOTA UDAIPUR(ST) 5 - BARDOLI (ST) 6 - VALSAD (ST)
7 - NAVSARI 8 - SURAT 9 - BHARUCH
10 - VADODARA 11 - ANAND 12 - KHEDA
13 - AHMEDABAD WEST(SC) 14 - AHMEDABAD EAST 15 - GANDHINAGAR
16 - MAHESANA 17 - PATAN 18 - SURENDRANAGAR
19 - BANASKANTHA 20 - KACHCHH (SC) 21 - RAJKOT
22 - BHAVNAGAR 23 - AMRELI 24 - JUNAGADH
25 - PORBANDAR 26 - JAMNAGAR
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2004 Results from Gujarat:

2004 Gujarat elections saw BJP performing its worst since 1989, with just 14 seats. In the previous five parliamentary elections, the BJP had won 20 seats in 1999, 19 in 1998, 16 in 1996, 20 in 1991 and BJP_Janata Dal combine winning 23 in 1989. Congress won 12 seats. The voting % for BJP was 47.37% and that for Congress was 43.86%.

Political Party

No. of Seats

Some Facts

BJP 14 Total Voters: 110630632
INC 12 Total Candidates: 1138

MP's who won in 2004 from Gujarat:

Here's a chance to know the MP's whom you got elected in 2004 General Elections from Gujarat.

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Name

Party

Constituency

No. of Voters

Polling %

Winning Margin

Shambhudhan

G. P. Shambhudhan

BJP Kutch 1006563 45.6 28990

Gandalal

K. P. S. Gandalal

BJP Surendranagar 1109656 41.05 33944

Arjanbhai

A. V. Arjanbhai

INC Jamnagar 1072175 40.43 5593

Ramjibhai

K. V. Ramjibhai

BJP Rajkot 1650135 32.64 143970

Madhavjibhai

P. H. Madhavjibhai

BJP Porbandar 995027 49.29 5703

Dhanabhai

B. J. Dhanabhai

INC Junagadh 1239398 53.15 40921

Virjibhai Thummar

Virjibhai Thummar

INC Amreli 1025515 46.38 2030

R. Ghanshyamsinh

R. Ghanshyamsinh

BJP Bhavnagar 1236416 35.98 80426

V. R. Kalidas

V. R. Kalidas

BJP Dhandhuka 516553   22794

Harin Pathak

Harin Pathak

BJP Ahmedabad 1382793 39.67 77605

L.K.Advani Ji

L.K.Advani Ji

BJP Gandhinagar 2126829 39.76 217138

J. A. Patel

J. A. Patel

INC Mehsana 1236058 56.26 14511

K. M. Mithabhai

K. M. Mithabhai

BJP Patan 1132998 47.5 23624

C. H. Pratapsinh

C. H. Pratapsinh

INC Banaskantha 1311847 48.97 6928

Madhusudan Mistry

Madhusudan Mistry

INC Sabrakantha 1272262 51.44 39928

Vaghela S. Laxmansinh

Vaghela S. Laxmansinh

INC Kapadvanj 595314   79435

K. B. Khimabhai

K. B. Khimabhai

BJP Dohad 517845   361

S. B. Prabhatsinh

S. B. Prabhatsinh

BJP Godhra 537381   53719

Dinsha J. Patel

Dinsha J. Patel

INC Kaira 450929   56749

S. B. Madhavsinh

S. B. Madhavsinh

INC Anand 1145550 51.61 61085

Naranbhai Rathwa

Naranbhai Rathwa

INC Chhota Udaipur 1065416 52.23 36239

Jayaben Thakkar

Jayaben Thakkar

BJP Baroda 652409   6603

V. M. Dhanjibhai

V. M. Dhanjibhai

BJP Broach 1239670 54.92 72202

Kashi Ram Rana

Kashi Ram Rana

BJP Surat 2377198 37.7 150563

C. T. Amarsinhbhai

C. T. Amarsinhbhai

INC Mandvi 644812   173382

K. Vestabhai Patel

K. Vestabhai Patel

INC Bulsar 689982   44486
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