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The day India has been waiting for over six weeks after voting across the world’s largest democracy: the results of a general election that could chart the country’s path for the next five years and beyond.

Places required by the majority

Modi’s BJP and allies

Congress and allied parties

Narendra Modi, India’s most powerful political figure in a generation, is set to serve a third consecutive term as prime minister, becoming only the second Indian leader to achieve the feat.

In the months leading up to the election, Mr. About three dozen opposition parties have joined together in a grand coalition called the Indian National Development Inclusive Alliance, or India, hoping to pool their votes for a strong fight against Modi’s powerful Bharatiya Janata Party. Or the BJP and its alliance, the National Democratic Alliance or the NDA

Party alliance Seats

Seats

DMDK 0
India 0
India 0
India 0

As a man who marches India home and abroad, Mr. Modi presented himself to the electorate. His opponents warned that his continued leadership would put India’s democratic and secular foundations at grave risk.

Note: Dotted lines show disputed boundaries.

When the results come in, Mr. Indians will be watching the trends of Modi’s BJP closely, as in the previous election, in 2019, the party won a majority, winning 303 seats to just 52 seats for the main opposition Indian National Party. Congress.

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Mr. To mount a serious challenge to Modi, the Congress party will have to dramatically improve its performance in this election.

The BJP has set an even higher target for the 2024 elections. But the newly united opposition coalition hopes to keep the BJP under its target of 400-plus seats in the lower house of parliament or reduce its majority.

Block wise results

This table shows the 2024 election results in each parliamentary constituency grouped by the winning coalition in the last general election.

Seats won by NDA in 2019

Seats won by NDA in 2019

Vol Total votes Leader edge
Guntur
Andhra Pradesh
0
Srikakulam
Andhra Pradesh
0
Vijayawada
Andhra Pradesh
0
Arunachal East
Arunachal Pradesh
0
Arunachal West
Arunachal Pradesh
0
Araria
Bihar
0
Arrah
Bihar
0
Aurangabad
Bihar
0
Bank
Bihar
0
Begusarai
Bihar
0
Bhagalpur
Bihar
0
Steam
Bihar
0
Darbhanga
Bihar
0
Gaya
Bihar
0
Gopalganj
Bihar
0
Hajipur
Bihar
0
Jahanabad
Bihar
0
Jamui
Bihar
0
Janharpur
Bihar
0
Karakat
Bihar
0

Non-aligned parties won

Non-aligned parties won

Vol Total votes Leader edge
Amalapuram
Andhra Pradesh
0
Anakapalli
Andhra Pradesh
0
Anantapur
Andhra Pradesh
0
near
Andhra Pradesh
0
Papathila
Andhra Pradesh
0
Chittoor
Andhra Pradesh
0
Eluru
Andhra Pradesh
0
Indopur
Andhra Pradesh
0
Gadapa
Andhra Pradesh
0
Kakinada
Andhra Pradesh
0
Kurnool
Andhra Pradesh
0
Machilipatnam
Andhra Pradesh
0
By Nandy
Andhra Pradesh
0
Narsapuram
Andhra Pradesh
0
Narasaravpet
Andhra Pradesh
0
Nellore
Andhra Pradesh
0
Lenders
Andhra Pradesh
0
Rajahmundry
Andhra Pradesh
0
Rajpet
Andhra Pradesh
0
Tirupati
Andhra Pradesh
0

The opposition won there

The opposition won there

Vol Total votes Leader edge
Andaman and Nicobar Islands 0
Kishanganj
Bihar
0
Bastar
Chhattisgarh
0
age
Chhattisgarh
0
South Goa
Goa
0
Rajmahal
Jharkhand
0
Singhbhum
Jharkhand
0
Bangalore village
Karnataka
0
Alappuzha
Kerala
0
Alathur
Kerala
0
Attingal
Kerala
0
Chalakudy
Kerala
0
Ernakulam
Kerala
0
Pliers
Kerala
0
Kannur
Kerala
0
Kasaragod
Kerala
0
Kollam
Kerala
0
Kottayam
Kerala
0
Kozhikode
Kerala
0
Malappuram
Kerala
0

Other modules

Other modules

Vol Total votes Leader edge
Barbetta
Assam
0
Darrang-Udalguri
Assam
0
Dhubri
Assam
0
Dibrugarh
Assam
0
Diffus
Assam
0
Guwahati
Assam
0
Jorhat
Assam
0
Karimganj
Assam
0
Kaziranga
Assam
0
Kograjar
Assam
0
Lakhimpur
Assam
0
Nowgong
Assam
0
Silchar
Assam
0
Sonitpur
Assam
0
Anantnag-Rajouri
Jammu and Kashmir
0
Baramulla
Jammu and Kashmir
0
Jammu
Jammu and Kashmir
0
Srinagar
Jammu and Kashmir
0
Udhampur
Jammu and Kashmir
0
Ladakh 0

Note: Jammu and Kashmir and Assam have redrawn the boundaries of their parliamentary constituencies after the last general elections. Because these changes make it difficult to compare votes from newly acquired constituencies with votes from constituencies used in 2019, we list them separately.

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