Lok Sabha Elections 2024: NDA has 49 of 96 seats in fourth phase

Out of the 96 seats where voting is taking place, 49 seats were won by the BJP-led NDA in the 2019 elections, while 11 seats went to the Indian Alliance parties. Of these, 35 seats were won by parties which are not part of any alliance.

Bhoomi Goyal
Published on: 13 May 2024 10:03 AM GMT
Lok Sabha Elections 2024: NDA has 49 of 96 seats in fourth phase
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Voting for the fourth phase of Lok Sabha Elections is being conducted today. In this phase, voting is taking place on 96 Lok Sabha seats of 10 states and union territories. In this phase, people like SP chief Akhilesh Yadav, Union Minister Giriraj Singh, TMC leader Mahua Moitra, Congress leader Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury and AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi. The electoral fate of prominent leaders is to be decided. Out of the 96 seats where voting is taking place, 49 seats were won by the BJP-led NDA in the 2019 elections, while 11 seats went to the Indian Alliance parties. Of these, 35 seats were won by parties which are not part of any alliance.

In this phase, all the 13 seats of Uttar Pradesh where voting is being held were won by NDA in 2019. Similarly, eight out of 11 in Maharashtra, all eight in Madhya Pradesh, all five in Bihar, four out of 17 in Telangana, one out of four in Jharkhand, three out of eight in West Bengal, three out of 25 in Andhra Pradesh and One out of four seats in Odisha was won by BJP and its allies.

In this phase, BJP and its allies are expected to get an edge in Andhra Pradesh and Telangana. This time BJP has made an agreement with Telugu Desam Party (TDP) and actor Pawan Kalyan's Janasena in Andhra Pradesh. BJP had contested the 2019 elections alone, but did not get any success. Whereas TDP had won three seats.

At the same time, BJP can get the benefit of Bharat Rashtra Samithi being weak in Telangana. But Congress has also made a strong comeback in Telangana. In such a situation, the main contest there could be between Congress and BJP. The contest in Telangana is between the guarantee of the Congress government versus the guarantee of Modi.

If we talk about India Alliance, then in the 2019 elections, the parties included in India Alliance had won 11 seats. Of these, five out of eight seats in West Bengal, three out of 17 in Telangana, one out of four in Jharkhand, one out of four in Odisha and one out of 11 in Maharashtra were won.

India alliance can perform well in Telangana, Maharashtra and Bihar in the fourth phase. In Telangana, Congress has captured power in the state by defeating BRS. Congress has implemented those guarantees which it had promised in the assembly elections. The Indian alliance can take advantage of the wave of sympathy created after the split between Shiv Sena and NCP in Maharashtra. At the same time, the amount of crowd coming to the meetings of RJD leader Tejashwi Yadav in Bihar and the way he is making employment an issue, the Indian alliance can get the benefit of it in this phase.

At the same time, there are 35 out of 96 seats in the fourth phase, which were won in the 2019 phase by those parties, which are currently neither part of the NDA nor the India Alliance. Of these, 22 seats were won by the YSR Congress Party running the government in Andhra Pradesh. Whereas BRS of Telangana had won nine seats. In Odisha, two seats were won by Biju Janata Dal and two seats were won by AIMIM. Of these, one seat is in Telangana and one seat is in Maharashtra.

Voting is also taking place in the fourth phase on Srinagar seat of Jammu and Kashmir. Delimitation on this seat has been done since 2019. Six seats of Shopian and Pulwama districts have been included in it, while two assembly seats of Budgam district have been removed from it. In this way, it can be said that voting is taking place for the first time on this seat. Happening. However, National Conference has previously dominated this seat.

Bhoomi Goyal

Bhoomi Goyal

English Content Writer in Newstrack from Jaipur, Rajasthan. (Education, Business, Technology, Political, Sports, Lifestyle, Crime and Webstories)

My self Bhoomi Goyal from Jaipur, Rajasthan. I have passed my Master's in Journalism and Mass Communication this year. I worked in Rajasthan Patrika for six months as an intern. I am working here from June 1st. I passed my graduation in BCA from Rajasthan University and master's in journalism and mass communication from Vivekananda Global University, Jaipur.

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