Lok Sabha Elections 2019: These are the key seats of the seventh stage, which will be the eyes of the country

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The seventh and final stage of the Lok Sabha elections will be held on May 19 in 59 seats in eight states. In this, there are many such important Lok Sabha seats in the country including Prime Minister Modi’s parliamentary seat which is not only important from a political point of view but the eyes of the country are on these seats.

Chandigarh

In the seat of Chandigarh Lok Sabha, BJP has again bet on Kirron Kher, who entered politics from the movie. Kirron Kher has landed on this seat for the second time. He defeated congressional candidate Pawan Bansal in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Kirron Kher got 42.2 percent of the vote in 2014, while Congress got 26.8 percent and the Aam Aadmi party 24.0 and others 7 percent.

Dumka

Former Jharkhand Chief Minister and Jharkhand Mukti Morcha President Shibu Soran tries his luck in Dumka seat. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Shibu Soran defeated BJP leader Sunil Soren by getting 37.2% of votes here. In 2014, Jharkhand Mukti Morcha got 37.2 percent, BJP 32.9 percent, JVM 17.5 percent and others 12.4 percent.

Gurdaspuri

This time in the Gurdaspur Lok Sabha seat of Punjab, BJP has made the fight very interesting here by taking on film actor Sunny Deol for Congress candidate Sunil Jakhar. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP had put Vinod Khanna here. Vinod Khanna defeated congressional candidate Pratap Singh Bajwa by gaining 46.2 percent vote amid the Modi wave. While the Aam Aadmi party had secured 16.6 percent and others 4.0 percent.

Hamirpuri

This time there will be a match between two Thakurs in the Hamirpur parliamentary constituency of Himachal Pradesh. The BJP has once again dealt with Anurag Thakur. At the same time, Congress has also bet on former athlete and five-time MLA Ramlal Thakur. While Anurag Thakur has won three times in a row here, Ramlal Thakur has lost the elections three times from this parliamentary constituency.

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Winning this seat will be a challenge for him, given the intense contradiction within Congress. At the same time, this election is said to be considered a litmus test for former Congress President Sukhwinder Singh Sukhu and Congress Legislative Party leader Mukesh Agnihotri. Because both the leaders are from Hamirpur and Una districts respectively. Both leaders will be challenged to give Ramlal an edge in their respective districts.

Anurag Thakur, who landed on BJP ticket in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, defeated congressional candidate Rajinder Singh Rana by gaining 53.6 percent of the vote. Congress had 41.8 percent and others had 4.6 percent votes.

mirzapur

While the BJP-Apna Dal alliance has lined up Union minister and incumbent MP Anupriya Patel in Uttar Pradesh’s Mirzapur Lok Sabha seat, SP candidate Rajendra S. Binding has been in the field. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, Apna Dal’s candidate Anupriya Patel defeated BSP candidate Samudra Bind by 43.3% of the vote. In this election, BSP got 21.6 percent, Congress got 15.2 percent and others got 19.9 percent votes.

Varanasia

Speaking of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s prominent seat, Varanasi, here in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, he is running as a BJP candidate for the second time in the election. Narendra Modi, who ran as a BJP candidate in the 2014 elections, defeated Aam Aadmi party candidate Arvind Kejriwal with 56.4 percent of the vote. Aam Aadmi Party got 20.3 percent, Congress 7.3 percent and others got 16.0 percent votes.

Patna Sahib

In the seat of Patna Sahib, the challenge has become tough this time after Ravi Shankar Prasad of the BJP landed for Shatrughan Sinha, who left the BJP and joined the Congress. Actor-politician Shatrughan Sinha, who landed here as a BJP candidate in 2014, defeated congressional candidate K Kunal Singh by gaining 55 percent votes amid the Modi wave. Congress got 24.9 percent, JDU 10.3 percent and others 9.8 percent in this election.

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