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71 constituencies vote in phase 4 of Lok Sabha election: Know the parties which currently hold the seats

Apart from these 71 seats, polling for Lok Sabha election 2019 will also be held in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag on Monday where voting is being held in three phases due to security reasons.

71 constituencies vote in phase 4 of Lok Sabha election: Know the parties which currently hold the seats

NEW DELHI: Seventy one constituencies across 8 states will go to poll on Monday in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha election. Polling will be held in 17 seats in Maharashtra, 13 in Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh each, 8 in West Bengal, 6 in Madhya Pradesh and Odisha each, 5 seats in Bihar and 3 in Jharkhand.

Voting in Anantnag

Apart from these 71 seats, polling will also be held in Jammu and Kashmir's Anantnag on Monday where voting is being held in three phases due to security reasons. The four districts in Anantnag parliamentary constituency are Anantnag, Kulgam, Shopian and Pulwama which have 16 assembly segments in total. The first phase of polls in Anantnag were held on 23 April, while the next two are on 29 April in Kulgam and in Shopian and in Pulwama on 6 May. All the seats in Anantnag parliamentary constituency belong to the general category.

Of the 72 seats (Anantnag included) going to poll, the BJP is in power in 44 seats, Shiv Sena in 9, Biju Janata Dal and Trinamool Congress in 6 each, Congress in 3, Lok Janshakti Party in 2 and Samajwadi Party and Peoples Democratic Party in 1 seat each. Of these, 4 seats are vacant where BJP, Congress, Peoples Democratic Party and BJD were in power.

SERIAL NUMBER   STATE LOK SABHA SEAT RULING PARTY SITTING MP
FOURTH PHASE – 71 CONSTITUENCIES
1 Bihar BEGUSARAI BJP * (vacant) Dr. Bhola Singh
2 Bihar DARBHANGA BJP Kirti Azad
3 Bihar MUNGER LJP Veena Devi
4 Bihar SAMASTIPUR LJP Ramchandra Paswan
5 Bihar UJIARPUR BJP Nityanand Rai
6 Jammu and Kashmir ANANTNAG PDP* (vacant) Mehbooba Mufti
7 Jharkhand CHATRA BJP Sunil Kumar Singh
8 Jharkhand LOHARDAGA BJP Sudarshan Bhagat
9 Jharkhand PALAMU BJP Vishnu Dayal Ram
10 Madhya Pradesh BALAGHAT BJP Bodhsingh Bhagat
11 Madhya Pradesh CHHINDWARA Congress Kamal Nath
12 Madhya Pradesh JABALPUR BJP Rakesh Singh
13 Madhya Pradesh MANDLA BJP Faggan Singh Kulaste
14 Madhya Pradesh SHAHDOL BJP Gyan Singh
15 Madhya Pradesh SIDHI BJP Riti Pathak
16 Maharashtra BHIWANDI BJP Kapil Moreshwar Patil
17 Maharashtra DHULE BJP Dr Subhash Ramrao Bhamre
18 Maharashtra DINDORI BJP Harishchandra Deoram Chavan
19 Maharashtra KALYAN Shiv Sena Shrikant Eknath Shinde
20 Maharashtra MAVAL Shiv Sena Shrirang Appa Barne
21 Maharashtra MUMBAI NORTH BJP Gopal Chinayya Shetty
22 Maharashtra MUMBAI NORTH CENTRAL BJP Poonam Mahajan
23 Maharashtra MUMBAI NORTH EAST BJP Kirit Somaiya
24 Maharashtra MUMBAI NORTH WEST Shiv Sena Gajanan Chandrakant Kirtikar
25 Maharashtra MUMBAI SOUTH Shiv Sena Arvind Ganpat Sawant
26 Maharashtra MUMBAI SOUTH CENTRAL Shiv Sena Rahul Ramesh Shewale
27 Maharashtra NANDURBAR BJP Dr. Heena Vijaykumar Gavit
28 Maharashtra NASHIK Shiv Sena Hemant Tukaram Godse
29 Maharashtra PALGHAR BJP Rajendra Dhedya Gavit
30 Maharashtra SHIRDI Shiv Sena Sadashiv Kisan Lokhande
31 Maharashtra SHIRUR Shiv Sena Shivaji Adhalrao Patil
32 Maharashtra THANE Shiv Sena Rajan Baburao Vichare
33 Odisha BALASORE BJD Rabindra Kumar Jena
34 Odisha BHADRAK BJD Arjun Charan Sethi
35 Odisha JAGATSINGHPUR BJD Dr Kulamani Samal
36 Odisha JAJPUR BJD Rita Tarai
37 Odisha KENDRAPARA BJD* (vacant) Baijayant Panda
38 Odisha MAYURBHANJ BJD Rama Chandra Hansdah
39 Rajasthan AJMER Congress* (vacant) Raghu Sharma
40 Rajasthan BANSWARA BJP Manshankar Ninama
41 Rajasthan BARMER BJP Col. Sona Ram Choudhary
42 Rajasthan BHILWARA BJP Subhash Chandra Baheria
43 Rajasthan CHITTORGARH BJP CP Joshi
44 Rajasthan JALORE BJP Devji Mansingram Patel
45 Rajasthan JHALAWAR–BARAN BJP Dushyant Singh
46 Rajasthan JODHPUR BJP Gajendra Singh Shekhawat
47 Rajasthan KOTA BJP Om Birla
48 Rajasthan PALI BJP PP Chaudhary
49 Rajasthan RAJSAMAND BJP Hariom Singh Rathore
50 Rajasthan TONK–SAWAI MADHOPUR BJP Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuria
51 Rajasthan UDAIPUR BJP Arjunlal Meena
52 Uttar Pradesh AKBARPUR BJP Devendra (Alias) Bhole Singh Singh
53 Uttar Pradesh ETAWAH BJP Ashok Kumar Dohrey
54 Uttar Pradesh FARRUKHABAD BJP Mukesh Rajput
55 Uttar Pradesh HAMIRPUR BJP Kunwar Pushpendra Singh Chandel
56 Uttar Pradesh HARDOI BJP Anshul Verma
57 Uttar Pradesh JALAUN BJP Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma
58 Uttar Pradesh JHANSI BJP Uma Bharati
59 Uttar Pradesh KANNAUJ Samajwadi Party Dimple Yadav
60 Uttar Pradesh KANPUR BJP Murli Manohar Joshi
61 Uttar Pradesh KHERI BJP Ajay (Teni) Misra
62 Uttar Pradesh MISRIKH BJP Anju Bala
63 Uttar Pradesh SHAHJAHANPUR BJP Krishna Raj
64 Uttar Pradesh UNNAO BJP Sakshi Maharaj
65 West Bengal ASANSOL BJP Babul Supriyo
66 West Bengal BAHARAMPUR Congress Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury
67 West Bengal BARDHAMAN PURBA TMC Sunil Kumar Mondal
68 West Bengal BARDHAMAN–DURGAPUR TMC Prof Mamtaz Sanghamita
69 West Bengal BIRBHUM TMC Satabdi Roy (Banerjee)
70 West Bengal BOLPUR TMC Anupam Hazra
71 West Bengal KRISHNANAGAR TMC Tapas Paul
72 West Bengal RANAGHAT TMC Tapas Mandal

Over 12 crore 79 lakh voters will be deciding the fate of 961candidates in the fourth phase of Lok Sabha election. The Election Commission has put in place over 1lakh 40 thousand polling booths to ensure smooth conduct of the poll.