Voting in 93 seats in the present day, check list of key constituencies here

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The 18th Lok Sabha elections will maintain their third part on May 7, following the conclusion of voting in the primary two phases on (*93*) 19 and (*93*) 26.

Voting will start in the third part of the Lok Sabha elections on May 7, which is able to embody 12 states and Union territories. On Tuesday, elections are scheduled in 93 constituencies. The BJP has already received Gujarat’s Surat constituency with none opposition.

The 18th Lok Sabha elections will maintain their third part on May 7, following the conclusion of voting in the primary two phases on (*93*) 19 and (*93*) 26.  The democratic train will happen in 93 Lok Sabha constituencies unfold throughout 11 states and union territories. Following the announcement by the Elections Commission of India that 1,351 candidates are operating for workplace, there may be an awesome sense of pleasure and enthusiasm in the electoral area, as per stories.

Lok Sabha election third part: Key candidates are

Amit Shah (BJP) – Gandhi Nagar

Gujarat Digvijaya Singh (Congress) – Rajgarh, Madhya Pradesh 

Shivraj Singh Chouhan (BJP) – Vidisha, Madhya Pradesh 

Dimple Yadav (Samajwadi Party) – Mainpuri, Uttar Pradesh 

Supriya Sule (Nationalist Congress Party- Sharad Pawar) – Baramati, Maharashtra 

Purshottam Rupala (BJP) – Rajkot, Gujarat 

Jyotiraditya Scindia (BJP) – Guna, Madhya 

Pradesh Pralhad Joshi (BJP) – Dharwad, Karnataka KS Eshwarappa (BJP)- Shimoga, Karnataka 

Praniti Shinde (Congress) – Solapur, Maharashtra 

Hasmukbhai Patel (BJP) – Ahmedabad East, Gujarat 

Pallavi Dempo (BJP) – South Goa, Goa

Lok Sabha election 2024 third part key constituencies are-

 Assam- Dhubri

Gauhati Bihar- Araria

Madhepura Chhattisgarh- Durg Bilaspur, Raipur 

Gujarat- Gandhinagar, Rajkot, Porbandar, Jamnagar, Junagadh Kachchh, Gandhinagar, Vadodara

Karnataka- Dharwad, Shimoga, Chikkodi, Belgaum 

Madhya Pradesh- Vidisha, Bhind, Guna Maharashtra- Baramati, Dharashiv, Solapur (SC) Raigad, Kolhapur Uttar Pradesh- Fatehpur Sikri, Mainpuri 

West Bengal- Jangipur, Murshidabad


Nilesh Desai
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