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Live Updates on Lok Sabha Election 2024 Results

Live updates on Lok Sabha Election 2024 results: Stage set for counting; PM Modi looks set to win for a record third time; India Bloc looks to stage a comeback

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi is hoping for a third consecutive win while the country eagerly awaits the results of the Lok Sabha elections. While the opposition Bloc India is hoping for a surprise, the BJP-led National Democratic Alliance (NDA) has better chances. The long polling process that has lasted for over 80 days will end with the counting of votes.

While the NDA has long been seen as the frontrunner in the polls, the key things to watch are the extent of their victory and what new territory they can capture. As the opposition’s national representation is shrinking, the risk for them is increasing. According to all exit polls, the NDA is on track to reach Modi’s ambitious goal of “crossing 400,” and the India Bloc is also on track to win 180 seats, or one-third of the total.

All parties have reluctantly accepted the election results, but this time the opposition has raised serious concerns about the Election Commission (EC) and the polling process. As the opposition disregarded exit polls that predicted a resounding victory for the incumbent alliance, the post-election period was characterized by hostility between the two opposing camps. Congress leader Rahul Gandhi called them “Modi media polls.”.

Given that the Congress’ influence across the country has been waning since 2014, the results will demonstrate whether the party has the organizational strength and leadership needed to take on the BJP. Moreover, the party has lost ground substantially in many regions, especially the Hindi heartland, and has failed to establish itself as the main opposition in two consecutive Lok Sabha elections.

The verdict will also decide the future of key regional leaders like Uddhav Thackeray and Sharad Pawar, whose parties have partnered with the BJP and who have actively worked to woo voters in their favour. The result will be crucial for former chief ministers like Shivraj Singh Chouhan, Basavaraj Bommai, Trivendra Singh Rawat, and the BJP’s Digvijaya Singh and Bhupesh Baghel, besides several Union ministers including Piyush Goyal, Bhupendra Yadav, Sarbananda Sonowal and Dharmendra Pradhan.

Along with Prime Minister Modi, who is contesting from Varanasi for the third consecutive time, other key cabinet officials like Amit Shah and Rajnath Singh are also contesting, and their success margins will be closely watched. For the latest updates, keep an eye on TOI.

Read More: Election Results 2024 Live Updates: Will the India Bloc Beat Exit Polls or Will the NDA Win 400 Seats?

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BJP urges the Congress and Indian Bloc to accept defeat gracefully and not doubt democracy Once again, the BJP has attacked the Congress and Indian Bloc, asking them to prepare with dignity and humility for their “inevitable” defeat in the Lok Sabha elections. BJP national spokesperson Sudhanshu Trivedi said at a press conference held at the party headquarters on Monday that the opposition is trying to incite “unrest” in the community on the eve of counting by raising “baseless” concerns about the country’s election process.

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BJP hopes for another landslide victory in Gujarat The atmosphere is set for the counting process on Tuesday, in which the results of the elections held for 25 Lok Sabha seats in Gujarat will be declared. While the Congress is trying to consolidate its position in the state and challenge the BJP’s supremacy, the BJP wants to retain its strong position. According to officials, a three-tier security arrangement will be put in place to ensure a safe and seamless counting process at 26 designated sites at 8 am on Tuesday.

1. Election Results 2024: BJP leaders gather a night before Lok Sabha election results

Top BJP functionaries like Home Minister Amit Shah and Defence Minister Rajnath Singh held a conference to evaluate the party’s performance in the general election and plan the counting process.

2. The meeting was chaired by BJP president J P Nadda.

The discussion also assessed the current political environment in the wake of exit polls that reportedly show a big win for the BJP-led NDA. Besides, a series of meetings are being held by the opposition Indian Alliance to refute these predictions.

3. Election Results 2024: Preparations have begun for the counting of votes for 25 Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan.

Tuesday has been fixed as the day for counting of votes for 25 Lok Sabha seats in Rajasthan as well as the by-election for the Bagidora assembly seat. According to officials, over 13,000 staff have been dispatched to complete the counting process. Lok Sabha elections are scheduled to be held in Rajasthan on April 26. The first phase of elections in the state was held on April 19.



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