Lok Sabha Elections 2024 third phase: Voting begins in 11 states and UTs

New Delhi: The voting for the third phase of the Lok Sabha elections 2024 have already begun today. The polling is being held in 93 Lok Sabha constituencies across 11 states and Union Territories.

According to reports given by the Election Commission of India, as many as 1,351 candidates are in the fray in the phase 3 polls.

It is worth mentioning here that 94 constituencies were scheduled to vote in third phase of polling on May 7, the BJP has already won in Surat unopposed. Likewise, voting for Anantnag-Rajouri seat in Jammu and Kashmir has been scheduled to May 25. At the same time, polling in Betul in Madhya Pradesh, which was to be held in the second phase on April 26, is also being held in third phase.

Here’s list of Lok Sabha constituencies where election is being held currently:

Assam: 4 of 14 seats

  1. Kokrajhar
  2. Dhubri
  3. Barpeta
  4. Guwahati

Bihar: 5 of 40 seats

  1. Jhanjharpur
  2. Supaul
  3. Araria
  4. Madhepura
  5. Khagaria

Chhattisgarh: 7 seats of 11 seats

  1. Surguja
  2. Janjgir-Champa
  3. Korba
  4. Bilaspur
  5. Durg
  6. Raipur
  7. Raigarh

Dadra & Nagar Haveli and Daman and Diu: All 2 seats

  1. Daman and Diu
  2. Dadra and Nagar Haveli

Goa: All 2 seats

  1. North Goa
  2. South Goa

Gujarat: 25 seats

  1. Kachchh
  2. Banaskantha
  3. Patan
  4. Mahesana
  5. Sabarkantha
  6. Gandhinagar
  7. Ahmedabad East
  8. Ahmedabad West
  9. Surendranagar
  10. Rajkot
  11. Porbandar
  12. Jamnagar
  13. Junagadh
  14. Amreli
  15. Bhavnagar
  16. Anand
  17. Kheda
  18. Panchmahal
  19. Dahod
  20. Vadodara
  21. Chhota Udaipur
  22. Bharuch
  23. Bardoli
  24. Navsari
  25. Valsa

Karnataka: 14 of 28 seats

  1. Chikkodi
  2. Belgaum
  3. Bagalkot
  4. Bijapur
  5. Gulbarga
  6. Raichur
  7. Bidar
  8. Koppal
  9. Bellary
  10. Haveri
  11. Dharwad
  12. Uttara Kannada
  13. Davanagere
  14. Shimoga

Madhya Pradesh: 9 of 29 seats

  1. Morena
  2. Gwalior
  3. Guna
  4. Sagar
  5. Vidisha
  6. Bhopal
  7. Rajgarh
  8. Bhind
  9. Betul

Maharashtra: 11 of 48 seats

  1. Raigad
  2. Baramati
  3. Osmanabad
  4. Latur
  5. Solapur
  6. Madha
  7. Sangli
  8. Satara
  9. Ratnagiri – Sindhudurg
  10. Kolhapur
  11. Hatkanangle

Uttar Pradesh: 10 of 80 seats

  1. Sambhal
  2. Hathras
  3. Agra
  4. Fatehpur Sikri
  5. Firozabad
  6. Mainpuri
  7. Etah
  8. Badaun
  9. Aonla
  10. Bareilly

West Bengal: 4 of 42 seats

  1. Maldaha Uttar
  2. Maldaha Dakshin GEN
  3. Jangipur GEN
  4. Murshidabad

Notably, the Lok Sabha Elections 2024 is underway across the nation in seven phases. The first phase was commenced on April 19, while the second on April 26. The results for all the seven phases will be declared on June 4.

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