Photo Gallery: Narendra Modi heads list of big winners in landslide Lok Sabha election win

May 24, 2019, 18:21 PM IST

Current Prime Minister (PM) Narendra Modi is set to become the only non-Congress PM to get two successive terms in office, following a landslide win in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). He further emerged victorious by a massive margin from the constituency of Varanasi, with a margin of 4,75,754 votes over rival Shalini Yadav of the Samajwadi Party (SP). Modi registered a margin of victory which was even better than his record in the 2014 elections, recording a margin of 3.37 lakh votes. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) president Amit Shah emerged victorious by a massive margin of over 5 lakh votes while contesting from the Gandhinagar seat in Gujarat. Shah who is contesting his first Lok Sabha election shattered senior leader LK Advani's tally of 4.83 lakh votes which he set in 2014 from the same constituency. Congress candidate Chavda Javanji registered a tally of 3.30 lakh votes in comparison to Shah who accumulated 8.74 lakh votes. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Union home minister Rajnath Singh helped ensure a win for the Bharatiya Janta Party (BJP) in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh following victory by a margin of 3.4 lakh votes over Poonam Sinha of the Samajwadi Party. Singh recorded a margin of victory of 3.4 lakh votes, a boost on his record of 2.72 lakh votes back in 2014. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Odisha Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik emerged victorious in the state assembly elections for a record fifth time in a row. Patnaik who is heading the Biju Janata Dal (BJD) has never been defeated in the five assembly elections which were conducted in the state, since becoming the Chief Minister in 1998. Prime Minister Narendra Modi congratulated Patnaik following his victory in Odisha, wishing him the very best for the next term. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


BJP candidate Smriti Irani caused an upset following victory over Congress President Rahul Gandhi from the Amethi constituency of Uttar Pradesh. Gandhi publicly conceded defeat to Irani during a press conference stating that she deserved credit going on to congratulate her for the win. He further urged her to take care of the constituency while expressing his respect for the viewpoint of the voters. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Congress President Rahul Gandhi may have been defeated from the Amethi constituency by Smriti Irani, but he ensured victory from Kerala's Wayanad seat by a record margin of 431,770 votes. Gandhi's nearest rival PP Suneer of the Communist Party managed to record only 274,597 votes in comparison to 706,367 votes for Gandhi. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)   


Union minister and BJP candidate Ravi Shankar Prasad helped the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) emerge dominant in the race for the Patna Sahib seat, recording a win over Congress MP Shatrughan Sinha by 2.84 lakh votes. Sinha had been associated with the BJP since the early '90s, before winning the seat in 2009 and 2014 by a margin of over one lakh votes. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


BJP candidate from Bhopal, Sadhvi Pragya Singh Thakur trumped senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh in a major blow to the hopes and expectations of the Congress. Thakur who is an accused in the Malegaon blasts termed the win as a victory of faith while expressing thankfulness to the voters and party workers for their support throughout the campaign. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Union minister Nitin Gadkari who was the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate from the Nagpur Lok Sabha constituency, emerged victorious against Congress candidate Nana Patole. Gadkari is contesting from Nagpur for the second time and labeled the NDA's victory as a victory for India created under the leadership of Amit Shah. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Actor turned politician Sunny Deol who was fielded by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from the Gurdaspur constituency defeated Congress heavyweight Sunil Jakhar by a margin of 82,459 votes. Deol said that he would work for the welfare of the voters and also vowed to complete the unfinished projects of late MP Vinod Khanna. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


UPA chairperson Sonia Gandhi emerged victorious from the constituency of Rae Bareli by over 1,63,766 votes. Gandhi defeated BJP candidate Dinesh Pratap Singh who was previously a Congress candidate before shifting over before the Lok Sabha Elections in 2019. Sonia Gandhi had emerged victorious by a margin of 3,52,713 votes over Ajay Agarwal, a BJP candidate back in 2014. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Shashi Tharoor helped the Congress register a major win in the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, following a dominant show in Kerala's capital Thiruvananthapuram. Tharoor who was the constituency's sitting member of parliament defeated BJP’s Kummanam Rajasekharan and Communist Party of India’s (CPI) C Divakaran. The Congress leader emerged victorious by a margin of 1.64% or 15,470 votes back in 2014 over BJP's O Rajagopal. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Samajwadi Party founder Mulayam Singh Yadav recorded victory from the Mainpuri seat following a victory over BJP candidate Prem Singh Shakya by a margin of nearly over 94,000 votes. The party retained control over the seat with Tej Pratap Yadav, a candidate from the same constituency having emerged victorious in 2014. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Samajwadi Party supremo Akhilesh Yadav emerged victorious against Bhojpuri actor and BJP candidate Dinesh Lal Yadav 'Nirahua' from the Azamgarh constituency of Uttar Pradesh. Akhilesh Yadav is the second president of any political party to have filed a nomination from Azamgarh. In 2014, then Samajwadi Party president Mulayam Singh Yadav had trumped Ramakant of the BJP from the same constituency. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Minister of State (Independent Charge) for Ministry of Youth Affairs and Sports Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore defeated Congress rival Krishna Poonia in the Jaipur Rural constituency of Rajasthan. He fended off competition from Krishna fellow who was formerly an Olympic athlete like him and had represented the nation in the 2012 games in London. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Gautam Gambhir who represented the party from the East Delhi Lok Sabha seat defeated AAP candidate Atishi and Congress's Arvinder Singh Lovely in a three-way battle by over 4.7 lakh votes. The seat was formerly represented by BJP's Maheish Girri with the East Delhi constituency considered one of the least developed areas of the capital. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


All India Majlis-e-Ittehad-ul-Muslimeen or AIMIM chief Asaduddin Owaisi emerged victorious from the Hyderabad constituency of Telangana for the fourth consecutive time. Owaisi trumped J Bhagavanth Rao from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) by over 2.82 lakh votes. The AIMIM chief has been winning the seat since 2004 following his father Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi's six consecutive terms since 1984. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)  


Samajwadi Party leader Azam Khan emerged victorious from the Rampur constituency of Uttar Pradesh by a margin of over one lakh votes. Khan emerged victorious over actor-politician and one-time colleague Jaya Prada who had joined the BJP just before the Lok Sabha elections 2019. The SP leader recorded 5,59,177 votes in comparison to Prada who got 4,49,180 votes. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Hema Malini retained her Mathura seat despite fierce competition from rival Kunwar Narendra Singh of the Rashtriya Lok Dal. Malini thanked her party workers for their support in mounting a strong campaign, before describing PM Narendra Modi and BJP president Amit Shah as the architects of the stupendous performance by the BJP. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Delhi BJP President Manoj Tiwari was voted into power from the Delhi East Lok Sabha constituency, following victory by a margin of 3,66,102 votes against former Delhi Chief Minister Sheila Dikshit and Congress rival Sheila Dikshit. Tiwari got 7,87,799 votes in comparison to Dikshit who accumulated 4,21,697 votes. Dilip Pandey from the Aam Aadmi Party finished third with Bahujan Samaj Party's Rajveer Singh placed fourth. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal who represented the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) in the Bathinda constituency retained her seat by 21,772 votes. Kaur faced competition from Amrinder Singh Raja Warring of the Congress and Baljinder Kaur of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP). She congratulated the SAD and BJP workers before terming the win as a direct threat to Punjab Chief Minister Amarinder Singh's seat. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Congress candidate Manish Tewari who was formerly also appointed as the Union Minister emerged victorious from the Anandpur Sahib constituency. Tewari defeated Shiromani Akali Dal's two-time MLA Prem Singh Chandumajra to help ensure a much-needed win for the Congress. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) leader Sukhbir Singh Badal trumped Congress candidate Sher Singh Ghubaya by a margin of 1,98,850 votes to emerge victorious from the Firozpur Lok Sabha Constituency. Harjinder Singh Kaka of the Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) was the third candidate competing for the seat. (Image Courtesy: File Photo) 


28-year-old Tejasvi Surya who is the Bharatiya Janata Party's youngest candidate emerged victorious by a margin of over three lakh votes against BK Hariprasad of the Congress from the Bangalore South constituency. The young lawyer was a surprise nomination by the party with many expecting the nomination of Tejaswini Ananthkumar. However, the decision has certainly paid dividends. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Bhojpuri actor Ravi Kishan who was selected by the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) from the Gorakhpur constituency emerged victorious by a margin of 3,01,664 votes over Ram Bhuwal Nishad, who was an SP-BSP candidate. Kishan termed the result as a victory of the truth. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) leader Anantkumar Hegde registered a dominant victory by a margin of over four lakh votes against Anotikar of the JDS from the Uttara Kannada Lok Sabha constituency. This is a second consecutive victory for Hegde from the constituency having defeated Prashant R Deshpande of the Congress back in 2014. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


NCP candidate Supriya Sule-Pawar registered her third consecutive victory after being elected from the Baramati Lok Sabha. Supriya accumulated just over 650,000 votes in comparison to her competitor from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) Kanchan R. Kool, who accumulated 493,000 votes. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Three-time chief minister of Jammu and Kashmir as well as a member of parliament Farooq Abdullah emerged victorious from Srinagar constituency, where he first emerged victorious in 1980. PDP's Aga Syed Mohsin was the second-placed candidate. Abdullah's victory ensures that his defeat back in 2014 remains his only loss in an election during a career stretching over four decades. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


Kolkata Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee's nephew and incumbent MP Abhishek Banerjee defeated Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate Nilanjan Roy who posed a tough challenge to help the party emerge victorious from the Diamond Harbour constituency. Banerjee had registered a win in 2014 as well, clinching victory by a margin of over 71,000 seats and recording a vote share of 41 percent. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)


BJP candidate Babul Supriyo trumped Trinamool Congress candidate Moon Moon Sen who was formerly an actress while contesting from the Asansol constituency of West Bengal. Supriyo had emerged victorious by a margin of 72,956 seats against Dola Sen of the All India Trinamool Congress in 2014. (Image Courtesy: File Photo)

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