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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 10 Constituencies & Lok Sabha seats of Haryana

Map of Lok Sabha Parliamentary Constituencies in Punjab

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Click here for 2009 Punjab Election Results!

Punjab, one of the most prominent states in Northern India, consists of some major cities like Mohali, Ludhiana, Amritsar, Patiala and Jalandhar. Punjab has the lowest poverty rate in India and is considered to have the best infrastructures as well.

Punjab Elections generally see a straight fight between the Akali Dal and the Congress. With BJP as an ally in Punjab for the Akali Dal, the Punjab Lok Sabha elections sees a tough challenge posed infront of the Congress. After a dismal performance in the 2004 elections when it won just 2 seats, Congress also lost the Assembly elections of 2007. However, the Congress is focussing this election on Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and expects to get good number of votes from the Punjabi community. On the other hand, BJP is yet to make a strong foothold in Punjab and is in the race mainly because of its star candidates Navjot Singh Sidhu and Vinod Khanna. The standoff with the religious Dera Sacha Sauda, which has considerable following in south-western districts of Punjab, can have a negative impact on the Akali Dal's vote share.

All 13 Constituencies go to polls in two phases, on May 7th and May 13th.

Punjab Constituencies for 2009 Polls:

Punjab has 13 Parliamentary Election Constituencies. Of these, 4 are resercved for the Scheduled Caste. Owing to the new delimitation rules, some new constituencies have been created for the 2009 India Elections, such as Anandpur Sahib, Fatehgarh Sahib and Khadoor Sahib, in place of Tarn Taran, Ropar and Phillaur. Here's a list of the Lok Sabha seats in Punjab for 2009:

Constituencies in Punjab

1 - Gurdaspur 2 - Hoshiarpur (SC) 3 - Anandpur Sahib
4 - Fatehgarh Sahib (SC) 5 - Ludhiana 6 - Faridkot (SC)
7 - Jalandhar (SC) 8 - Khadoor Sahib 9 - Amritsar
10 - Firozpur 11 - Bhatinda 12 - Sangrur
13 - Patiala    

2004 Results from Punjab:

If you assume that the trend of 2004 General Elections can carry forward to this years Parliamentary elections, we bring to you some info from 2004 Parliamentary elections. The SAD+BJP combine almost swept the 2004 Punjab elections, winning 11 out of 13 seats. Congress won the remaining two seats.

You can view the complete Punjab election results to see who has won and lost in Punjab from 1951 to till date.

Political Party

No. of Seats

Some Facts

SAD 8 Total Voters: 25652789
BJP 3 Total Poll %: 66.02
INC 2 Total Contestants: 100

MP's who won in 2004 from Punjab:

Haven't seen your constituencies MP yet? Well, here's a chance to know the MP's whom you got elected in 2004 General Elections of Punjab.

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Party

Constituency

No. of Voters

Polling %

Winning Margin

Vinod Khanna

Vinod Khanna

BJP Gurdaspur 1210260 64.93 24983

Navjot S Sidhu

Navjot S Sidhu

BJP Amritsar 1292902 55.06 109532

Rattan Singh Ajnala

Rattan Singh Ajnala

SAD Tarn Taran 717375   56394

Rana G Singh

Rana G Singh

INC Jalandhar 1221443 60.73 33463

Avinash R Khanna

Avinash R Khanna

BJP Hoshiarpur 1137423 57.65 104371

Charanjit S Atwal

Charanjit S Atwal

SAD Phillaur 722537   98884

Sharanjit S Dhillon

Sharanjit S Dhillon

SAD Ludhiana 1560468 55.75 29540

Sukhbir S Badal

Sukhbir S Badal

SAD Faridkot 1262934 70.72 135279

Zora S Maan

Zora S Maan

SAD Firozepur 1302221 66.55 11539

Paramjit K Gulshan

Paramjit K Gulshan

SAD Bhatinda 1285978 59.35 62642

Sukhdev S Dhindsa

Sukhdev S Dhindsa

SAD Sangrur 1214485 68.9 27277

Preneet Kaur

Preneet Kaur

INC Patiala 1427103 61.25 23667

Sukhdev S Libra

Sukhdev S Libra

SAD Ropar 790221   33637
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The 2009 India Elections Map:

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