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Friday, May 16, 2014, Chandigarh, India

updated at 01:45 Am ON 17/5/2014

constituency-wise result:   chandigarh    Punjab    Haryana    himachal    j&K    UtTArakhand

Result declared

BJP's Kirron Kher wins by 69,642 votes

Himachal Pradesh: BJP's Shanta Kumar wins Kangra seat by 1,70,072 votes

Hamirpur: BJP's Anurag Thakur defeats Rajinder Singh Rana of Congress by 98,403 votes

Mandi: BJP's Ram Swaroop Sharma defeats Pratibha Singh 39856 votes

Shimla: BJP's Virender Kashyap defeats Mohan Lal Brakta by 84,187 votes

Jammu & Kashmir: BJP�s Jatindra Singh defeats Ghulam Nabi Azad by 60,976 votes in Udhampur

Srinagar: JKPD's Tariq Hameed Karra defeats Farooq Abdullah of JKNC by 60,976 votes

Baramulla: JKPDP's Muzaffar Hussain Baig defeats Sharief ud-din Shariq of JKNC by 29,219 votes

Anantnag: JKPDP's Mehbooba defeats Mufti Mirza Mehboob Beg of JKNC by 65,417 votes

Jammu: BJP's Jugal Kishore defeats Madan Lal Sharma of Congress by 2,57,280 votes

Ladakh: BJP's Thupstan Chhewang defeats Ghulam Raza (Independent) by 36 votes

Narendra Modi defeats Madhusudan Mistry by 5,70,128 votes

Mumbai: BJP's Poonam Mahajan wins from Mumbai North Central

Varun Gandhi wins by 32,484 votes

RLD chief Ajit Singh loses from Baghpat by 53,254 votes

Delhi: Kapil Sibal loses from Chandni Chowk

BJP's Ramesh Bidhuri wins South Delhi seat 

Bihar: LS Speaker Meira Kumar loses from Sasaram constituency by 61,000 votes

Sensex ends 216 points higher at 24,121.74 points after soaring to a record level of 25,375.63 points

ALL INDIA Result Status

Status Known For 543 out of 543 Constituencies

Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 278 4 282
Communist Party of India 1 0 1
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 9 0 9
Indian National Congress 42 2 44
Nationalist Congress Party 6 0 6
Aam Aadmi Party 4 0 4
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam 34 3 37
All India N.R. Congress 1 0 1
All India Trinamool Congress 34 0 34
All India United Democratic Front 3 0 3
Biju Janata Dal 13 7 20
Indian National Lok Dal 2 0 2
Indian Union Muslim League 2 0 2
Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party 3 0 3
Janata Dal (Secular) 2 0 2
Janata Dal (United) 2 0 2
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha 2 0 2
Kerala Congress (M) 1 0 1
Lok Jan Shakti Party 5 1 6
Naga Peoples Front 1 0 1
National Peoples Party 1 0 1
Pattali Makkal Katchi 1 0 1
Rashtriya Janata Dal 4 0 4
Revolutionary Socialist Party 1 0 1
Samajwadi Party 5 0 5
Shiromani Akali Dal 4 0 4
Shivsena 18 0 18
Sikkim Democratic Front 1 0 1
Telangana Rashtra Samithi 6 5 11
Telugu Desam 5 11 16
All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen 1 0 1
Apna Dal 2 0 2
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party 3 0 3
Swabhimani Paksha 1 0 1
Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party 3 6 9
Independent 3 0 3
Total 504 39 543

Result declared

Punjab: SAD's Harsimrat Badal defeats Manpreet Badal by 19,335 votes in Bathinda

Amritsar: Capt. Amarinder Singh of Cong defeats Arun Jaitley of BJP by 102770 votes

Ludhiana: Ravneet Singh Bittu of Cong defeats Harvinder Singh Phoolka of AAP by 19709 votes

Hoshiarpur: BJP's Vijay Sampla defeats Mohinder singh Kaype of Cong by 13582 votes

Khadoor Sahib: SAD's Ranjit Singh Brahmpura defeats Harminder Singh Gill of Cong by 100569 votes

Gurdaspur: BJP's Vinod Khanna defeats Partap Singh Bajwa of Cong by 1,36,065

Ferozpur: SAD's Sher Singh Ghubaya defeats Sunil Jakhar by 31,420 votes

Sangrur: AAP's Bhagwant Mann defeats Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa by 2,11,721 votes

Patiala: AAP's Dr Dharam Vira Gandhi defeats Preneet Kaur by 20,942 votes

Anandpur Sahib: SAD's Prem Singh Chandumajra defeats Ambika Soni by 23,697 votes

Fatehgarh Sahib: AAP's Harinder Singh Khalsa defeats Sadhu Singh of Cong by 54,144 votes

Faridkot: AAP's Prof Sadhu Singh defeats SAD's Paramjit Kaur Gulshan by 1,72,516 votes

Jalandhar: Santokh Singh Chaudhary defeats Pawan Kumar Tinu of SAD by 70,981

Haryana: Deepender Hooda wins Rohtak seat by 1,70,627 votes

Gurgaon: BJP's Inderjit Singh Rao defeats Zakir Hussain of INLD by 274722 votes

Ambala: BJP's Rattan Lal Kataria defeats Raj Kumar Balmiki by 3,40,074 votes

Karnal: BJP's Ashwini Kumar defeats Arvind Kumar Sharma of Cong by 3,60,147 votes

Hisar: INLD's Dushyant Chautala defeats Kuldeep Bishnoi leads by 31,847 votes

Sirsa: INLD's Charanjeet Singh Rori defeats Ashok Tanwar by 1,15,736 votes

Kurukshetra: BJP's Raj Kumar Saini defeats INLD's Balbir Singh Saini by 1,29,736 votes; Naveen Jindal finishes third

Bhiwani-Mahendergarh: BJP's Dharambir Singh defeats INLD's Bahadur Singh by 1,29,394 votes

Faridabad: BJP's Krishan Pal defeats Avtar Singh Bhadana of Cong by 466873 votes

Sonepat: BJP's Ramesh Chander defeats Jagbir singh Malik of Cong by 77414 votes

Punjab Result Status

Status Known For 13 out of 13 Constituencies

Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 2 0 2
Indian National Congress 3 0 3
Aam Aadmi Party 4 0 4
Shiromani Akali Dal 4 0 4
Total 13 0 13

Haryana Result Status

Status Known For 10 out of 10 Constituencies

Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 7 0 7
Indian National Congress 1 0 1
Indian National Lok Dal 2 0 2
Total 10 0 10

Himachal Pradesh Result Status

Status Known For 4 out of 4 Constituencies

Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 4 0 4
Total 4 0 4

Jammu & Kashmir Result Status

Status Known For 6 out of 6 Constituencies

Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 3 0 3
Jammu & Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party 3 0 3
Total 6 0 6

Chandigarh Result Status

Status Known For 1 out of 1 Constituencies

Party Won Leading Total
Bharatiya Janata Party 1 0 1
Total 1 0 1

Source: Election Commission of India

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