Lok Sabha poll 2014: More about Phase 3 (April 10)

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Bangalore, March 18: Here are more details of the constituencies that will go to the Lok Sabha election on April 10 (Thursday), when the third of the nine-phase election will be held. Ninety-one constituencies in 11 states and three Union Territories will go to the polls on that day. We have covered the Andamans, Bihar, Chandigarh, Chhattisgarh and Haryana (see here) and now will look to Jammu and Kashmir, Jharkhand, Lakshdweep and Madhya Pradesh.

[See here for more details]

[See phase 1 details]

[See phase 2 details]

State: JAMMU AND KASHMIR

Constituency:

Jammu: In 2009, Congress's Madan Lal Sharma defeated BJP's Lila Karan Sharma by 1,21,373 votes. The difference in vote-share was 14.4%.

State: JHARKHAND

Constituencies:

Chatra: In 2009, Independent candidate Inder Singh Namdhaari defeated Congress's Dhiraj Prasad Sahu by 16,178 votes. The difference in vote-share was 3.4%.

Lohardaga (ST): In 2009, BJP's Sudarshan Bhagat defeated Chamra Linda, an Independent, by 8,283 votes. The difference in vote-share was 1.6%.

Palamau (SC): In 2009, JMM's Kameshwar Baitha defeated RJD's Ghuran Ram by 23,538 votes. The difference in vote-share was 3.6%.

Kodarma: In 2009, JVM(P)'s Babulal Marandi defeated CPI(M-L)(L) Raj Kumar Yadav by 48,520 votes. The difference in vote-share was 6.2%.

The polling in Hazaribagh was postponed till April 17 because of Ram Navamai, a religious festival.

UT: LAKSHADWEEP

Constituency:

Lakshadweep (ST): In 2009, Congress's Hamdullah Sayeed defeated NCP's Dr. Pookunhikoya by 2,198 votes. The difference in vote-share was 5.6%,

state: MADHYA PRADESH

Constituencies:

Satna: In 2009, BJP's Ganesh Singh defeated BSP's Sukhlal Kushwaha by 4,418 votes. The difference in vote-share was 0.7%.

Rewa: In 2009, BSP's Deoraj Singh Patel defeated Congress's Sunder Lal Tiwari by 4,021 votes. The difference in vote-share was 0.7%.

Sidhi: In 2009, BJP's GP Mishra defeated Congres's Indrajeet Kumar by 45,740 votes. The difference in vote-share was 6.8%.

Shahdol (ST): In 2009, Congress's RN Singh defeated BJP's Narendra Singh Maravi by 13,415 votes. The difference in vote-share was 2.1%.

Jabalpur: In 2009, BJP's Rakesh Singh defeated Congress's Advocate Rameshwar Neekhra by 1,06,003 votes. The difference in vote-share was 16.7%.

Mandla: In 2009, Congress's BS Masram defeated BJP's Faggan Singh Kulaste by 65,053 votes. The difference in vote-share was 7.6%.

Balaghat: In 2009, BJP's K. D. Deshmukh defeated Congress's Vishveshwar Bhagat by 40,819 votes. The difference in vote-share was 5.4%.

Chhindwara: In 2009, Congress's Kamal Nath defeated BJP's Marot Rao Khavase by 1,21,220 votes. The difference in vote-share was 14.6%.

Hoshangabad: In 2009, Congress's Uday Pratap Singh defeated BJP's Rampal Singh by 19,245 votes. The difference in vote-share was 2.7%.

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