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Lok Sabha Election results 2019: List of Congress winners

Congress president Rahul Gandhi stood against BJP leader Smriti Irani in Amethi while Krishna Punia (Congress) stood against Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (BJP) in Jaipur Rural. Here is the full list of Congress winners from Lok Sabha Election 2019.

Lok Sabha Election results 2019: List of Congress winners

Led by Rahul Gandhi, The Indian National Congress was defeated by the Narendra Modi led Bharatiya Janata Party in the Lok Sabha Election 2019. The party failed to secure even a single seat in states like Delhi, Kerala, Rajasthan, and Uttar Pradesh to name a few.

Congress president Rahul Gandhi stood against BJP leader Smriti Irani in Amethi while Krishna Punia (Congress) stood against Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore (BJP) in Jaipur Rural.

Other prominent candidates from Congress were Sonia Gandhi, Shatrughan Sinha, Urmila Matondkar, Raj Babbar, Ashok Doharey, Sanjay Singh, Shashi Tharoor, Digvijaya Singh, Supriya Shrinate and Kirti Azad among others.

Here is the list of Lok Sabha Election 2019 winners from the Indian National Congress:

States
Constituency
Winners
Telangana
Malkajgiri
Anumula Revanth Reddy
Telangana
Nalgonda
Uttam Kumar Reddy Nalamada
Telangana
Bhongir
Komati Reddy Venkat Reddy
Assam
Barpeta
Abdul Khaleque
Assam
Kaliabor
Gaurav Gogoi
Bihar
Kishanganj
Dr. Mohammad Jawed
Goa
South Goa
Cosme Francisco Caitano Sardinha
Karnataka
Bangalore Rural
DK Suresh
Kerala
Alathur
Ramya Haridas
Kerala
Attingal
Adv. Adoor Prakash
Kerala
Chalakudy
Benny Behanan
Kerala
Ernakulam
Hibi Eden
Kerala
Idukki
Adv. Dean Kuriakose
Kerala
Kannur
K. Sudhakaran
Kerala
Kasaragod
Rajmohan Unnithan
Kerala
Kozhikode
MK Raghavan
Kerala
Mavelikkara
Kodikunnil Suresh
Kerala
Palakkad
VK Sreekandan
Kerala
Pathanamthitta
Anto Antony
Kerala
Thiruvananthapuram
Dr. Shashi Tharoor
Kerala
Thrissur
TN Prathapan
Kerala
Vadakara
K. Muraleedharan
Kerala
Wayanad
Rahul Gandhi
Madhya Pradesh
CHHINDWARA
Nakul Kamal Nath
Maharashtra
Chandrapur
Balubhau alias Suresh Narayan Dhanorkar
Meghalaya
Shillong
Vincent H. Pala
Odisha
Koraput
Saptagiri Sankar Ulaka
Punjab
Amritsar
Gurjeet Singh Aujla
Punjab
Khadoor Sahib
Jasbir Singh Gill
Punjab
Jalandhar
Santokh Singh Chaudhary
Punjab
Anandpur Sahib
Manish Tewari
Punjab
Ludhiana
Ravneet Singh Bittu
Punjab
Fatehgarh Sahib
Amar Singh
Punjab
Faridkot
Mohammad Sadique
Punjab
Patiala
Preneet Kaur
Tamil Nadu
Thiruvallur
Dr KJayakumar
Tamil Nadu
Krishnagiri
Dr A Chellakumar
Tamil Nadu
Arani
Vishnu Prasad MK
Tamil Nadu
Karur
Jothimani S
Tamil Nadu
Tiruchirappalli
Thirunavukkarasar SU
Tamil Nadu
Sivaganga
Dr. Paarivendhar TR
Tamil Nadu
Virudhunagar
Manickam Tagore B.
Tamil Nadu
Kanniyakumari
Vasanthakumar. H
Uttar Pradesh
Rae Bareli
Sonia Gandhi
West Bengal
Maldaha Dakshin
Abu Hsame Khan Chowdhury (Dalu)
Chhattisgarh
KORBA
Jyotsna Charandas Mahant
Chhattisgarh
BASTAR
Deepak Baij
Jharkhand
Singhbhum
Geeta Kora
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Andaman & Nicobar Islands
Kuldeep Rai Sharma
Puducherry
Puducherry
Ve. Vathilingam

The Congress had its worst run in post-independence general election history in the 2014 Lok Sabha election when it was decimated to just 44 seats in the 543-member House. The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won 282 seats creating history by becoming the first non-Congress party to have won a simple majority on its own.

Voting for the seven-phased Lok Sabha elections 2019 came to a close on Sunday, May 19.