Following are the list of the candidates from the first list-
Bijoya Chakraborty, Ramen Deka, Rajen Gohain, Kamakhaya Prasad Tasa, Sarbananda Sonowal
Ramesh V. Katti, Suresh C. Angadi, P.C. Gaddigoudar, Ramesh C. Jigajinagi, Revu Naik Belamgi, K. Sivanagouda Naik, Shivkumari C. Udasi, Prahlad Joshi, Ananth Kumar Hegde, G.M. Siddeswara, B.S. Yeddyurappa, Nalin Kumar Katil, Shri Janardhana Swamy, A.R. Krishna Murthy, P . Muniraja Gowda, D.V. Sadananda Gowda, P.C. Mohan, Ananth Kumar, B.N. Bachhegouda
K. Surendran, A.N. Radhakrishnan, O. Rajagopal,
Subash Chauhan, Nepol Raghu Murmu, Pratap Sarangi, Pradeep Nayak, Shibashankar Ulka
Sudhindra Ch. Dasgupta, Parikshit Debbarma
In West Bengal
Nimu Bhowmick, Susanta Ranjan Pal, K.D. Biswas, R.K. Handa, Samik Bhattacharya, , Madhusudhan Bag, Badsah Alam, Md Alam, Bikash Mudi, Prabhakar Tiwari, Jayanta Mondal, Santosh Roy, Deboshree Chowdhury, Babul Supriya, Kamini Mohan Sarkar, Joy Banerjee
2:30 pm: In West Bengal, the BJP named nine candidates including journalist-politician Chandan Mitra, who will contest from Hooghly. Mitra is a Rajya Sabha member.
2:11 pm: BJP declares list of 52 names in its second list for LS polls. Senior leader O Rajagopal will contest from Thiruvananthapuram.
2:10 pm: Ananth Kumar to retain Bangalore South ticket
2:00 pm: Former Karnataka chief minister BS Yeddyurappa will contest from Shimoga constituency. Sources said that former chief minister Sadananda Gowda might contest from Bangalore North.