Lok Sabha poll 2014: Know about constituencies of Phase 3 (April 10)

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Bangalore, April 2: Here are the 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 eleven states and three Union Territories will go to the polls on that day.

[See: phase 1 and phase 2]

[See more on phase 3]

[See still more on phase 3]

UT: ANDAMAN & NICOBAR ISLANDS

Constituency:

Andaman & Nicobar Islands (Gen): In 2009, BJP's Bishnu Pada Ray defeated Congress's Kuldeep Rai Sharma by 2,990 votes. The difference in vote-share was 1.7%.

State: BIHAR

Constituencies:

Jamui (SC): In 2009, JD(U)'s Bhudeo Choudhary defeated RJD's Shyam Rajak by 29,797 votes. The difference in vote-share was 5.5 per cent.

Nawada: In 2009, BJP's Bhola Singh defeated LJP's Veena Devi by 34,917 votes. The difference in vote-share was 6%.

Gaya (SC): In 2009, BJP's Hari Manjhi defeated RJD's Ramji Manjhi by 62,453 votes. The difference in vote-share was 11.1%.

Aurangabad: In 2009, JD(U)'s Sushil Kumar Singh defeated RJD's Shakil Ahmad Khan by 72,058 votes. The difference in vote-share was 12.1%.

Karakat: In 2009, JD(U)'s Mahabali Singh defeated RJD's Kanti Singh by 20,483 votes. The difference in vote-share was 3.5%.

Sasaram (SC): In 2009, Congress's Meira Kumar defeated BJP's Muni Lal by 42,954 votes. The difference in vote-share was 7.2%.

Last time, the JD(U) had won three of the six seats going to the polls in Bihar, while BJP won two and Congress one.

UT: CHANDIGARH

Constituency:

Chandigarh: In 2009, Congress's Pawan Kumar Bansal defeated BJP's Satya Pal Jain by 58,967 votes. The difference in vote-share was 17.2%.

[Read: Top contests 2014: Chandigarh]

State: CHHATTISGARH

Constituency:

Bastar (ST): In 2009, BJP's Baliram Kashyap defeated Congress's Shankar Sodi by 1,00,262 votes. The difference in vote-share was 17.8%.

State: HARYANA

Constituencies:

Ambala (SC): In 2009, Congress's Sejla defeated BJP's Rattan Lal Kataria by 14,570 seats. The difference in vote-share was 1.7%.

Kurukshetra: In 2009, Congress's Naveen Jundal defeated INLD's Ashok Kumar Arora by 1,18,729 votes. The difference in vote-share was 13.6%.

Sirsa (SC): In 2009, Congress's Ashok Tanwar defeated INLD's Dr. Sita Ram by 35,499 votes. The difference in vote-share was 3.6%.

Hisar: In 2009, HJCBL's Bhajan Lal defeated INLD's Sampat Singh by 6,983 votes. The difference in vote-share was 0.8%.

Karnal: In 2009, Congress's Arvind Kumar Sharma defeated BSP's Maratha Virender Verma by 76,346 votes. The difference in vote-share was 9.4%.

Sonipat: In 2009, Congress's Jitender Singh defeated BJP's Kishan Singh Sangwanby 1,61,284 votes. The difference in vote share was 22.6%.

Rohtak: In 2009, Congress's Deepender Singh defeated INLD's Nafe Singh Rathee by 4,45,736 votes. The difference in vote-share was 53.3%.

Bhiwani-Mahendragarh: In 2009, Congress's Shruti Choudhry defeated INLD's Ajay Singh Chautala by 55,577 votes. The difference in vote-share was 6.4%.

Gurgaon: In 2009, Congress's Inderjit Singh defeated BSP's Zakir Hussain by 84,864 votes. The difference in vote-share was 11.2%.

Faridabad: In 2009, Congress's Avtar Singh Bhadana defeated BJP's Ramchander Bainda by 68,201 votes. The difference in vote-share was 10.9%.

The Congress had won nine out of 10 seats in Haryana. The Haryana Janhit Congress (BL) won the remaining one.

[More states and UTs to follow]

[With inputs from www.indiavotes.com]

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