Bathinda Lok Sabha Constituency, is one of 13 Lok Sabha constituencies in the Northern state of Punjab and cast its vote on the last phase of general election 2019 being held on May 19.
Punjab saw a polling percentage of 59 per cent in 13 seats. In Chandigarh seat, about 64 per cent turnout was registered. Maximum polling percentage was witnessed at 64.18 in Patiala and the lowest was in Amritsar at 52.47.
Amrinder Singh Raja Warring of Indian National Congress, Harsimrat Kaur Badal of Shiromani Akali Dal and Prof. Baljinder Kaur of Aam Aadmi Party are a few prominent candidates constesting Lok Sabha election for 2019 from Bathinda Lok Sabha Constituency of Punjab.
Voting for Lok Sabha election in Punjab was held in single phase on May 19 and counting will be held on May 23.
Here is the full list of candidates contesting the Lok Sabha election in 2019 from Bathinda Lok Sabha Constituency of Punjab.
|Serial No.||Name Of Candidate||Party Affiliation|
|1||Amrinder Singh Raja Warring||Indian National Congress|
|2||Harsimrat Kaur Badal||Shiromani Akali Dal|
|3||Prof. Baljinder Kaur||Aam Aadmi Party|
|4||Swarn Singh Dhaliwal||SOCIALIST UNITY CENTRE OF INDIA (COMMUNIST)|
|5||Sukhchain Singh Bhargav||Hindustan Shakti Sena|
|6||Sukhpal Singh Khaira||Punjab Ekta Party|
|7||Gursewak Singh||Shiromani Akali Dal (Amritsar)(Simranjit Singh Mann)|
|8||Gurmeet Singh Insa||Punjab Labour Party|
|9||Dr. Jagsir Singh Mrar||Bahujan Mukti Party|
|10||Rtd. Subedar Major Jagdev Singh Raipur||Bhartiya Lok Seva Dal|
|11||Baljinder Kumar Sangila||Socialist Party (India)|
|12||Bhagwant Singh Samaon||Communist Party of India (Marxist-Leninist) (Liberation)|
|13||Bhupinder Singh Bhainda Waring||Samaj Adhikar Kalyan Party|
|23||Bhola Singh Sahota||Independent|
|25||Ranveer Singh Rana||Independent|
|26||Prof. Lakhbir Singh||Independent|
Bathinda covers nine assembly segments– Bhucho Mandi, Bathinda Urban, Bathinda Rural, Talwandi Sabo, Maur, Mansa, Sardulgarh, Budhlada and Lambi.
In the 2014 Lok Sabha election, Harsimrat Kaur Badal of the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) – won by getting a margin of over 19 thousand votes. She had defeated Manpreet Singh Badal of the Indian National Congress (INC). Badal had secured 514727 votes while Manpreet Singh got 495332 votes.