Election Results

  • Select Lok Sabha, if you are looking for Indian general election results of parliamentary constituencies. For Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) constituency result, select desired state name in below table.
Election Commission Result
Sr No Election
1 Lok Sabha
2 Andhra Pradesh
3 Arunachal Pradesh
4 Assam
5 Bihar
6 Chhattisgarh
7 Delhi
8 Goa
9 Gujarat
10 Haryana
11 Himachal Pradesh
13 Jammu & Kashmir
14 Jharkhand
15 Karnataka
16 Kerala
17 Madhya Pradesh
18 Maharashtra
19 Manipur
20 Meghalaya
21 Mizoram
22 Nagaland
23 Odisha
24 Punjab
25 Puducherry
26 Rajasthan
27 Sikkim
28 Tamil Nadu
29 Tripura
30 Uttar Pradesh
31 Uttarakhand
32 West Bengal

Elections in India

  • India is the most successful democratic country in the world. People of the country decide their representatives in government bodies through formal and informal elections. These elections are conducted by an independent government entity called “Election Commission of India”.

    Elections of Lok Sabha (Parliament) and State Legislative Assemblies are conducted by ECI (Election Commission of India) while local body elections are managed by state election commissions.

    India follows federalism in which, at top, central government rules entire nation with set of powers defined by its constitution. State governments rule a predefined territorial boundary. Currently India has 29 states and 7 union territories. Municipal corporations, Nagar Panchayats and Gram Panchayats are low level government federal bodies in hierarchy.

    Election results decide members of government bodies at any level. For example: Members of Mumbai municipal corporation, generally termed as corporators, are elected by a formal election in the city. People of the city poll their vote to elect their corporators in respective areas. Candidate securing highest votes in an area, becomes one of the members in the corporation.


Election Commission of India

  • Election commission of India, generally known as ECI, is the main constitutional administrative body for conducting elections in India. Constitution of India has provided several powers to ECI, so that it can conduct free and fair elections.

    Election commission of India came into existence on 25th January 1950. Since then, it performs its operations under the supervision of one chief election commissioner (CEC) and two election commissioners. Chief election commissioner act as the chairman of this independent body. They are appointed by the president of India for a term of 6 years. Parliament has right to remove chief election commissioner any time through impeachment.

    To ease its various works, ECI has formed different state level election commissions. Head of these commissions are generally senior civil servants.

    List of some main works done by ECI:

    1. Registration and maintenance of voters’ record
    2. Indian citizens after the age of 18 can register themselves at various local election commission offices. After the successful registration election commission issues voter IDs to them. With this ID, citizens can take part in any election.

    3. Registration and management of political parties
    4. ECI registers political parties and looks after their functioning. It has right to debar them for any misconduct.

    5. Advisory Jurisdiction
    6. ECI also looks after advisory jurisdiction in various post-election matters.

    7. Modernisation
    8. It takes decision in use of various technologies to ease its functioning. For example in 1982, it introduced EVMs (Electronic Voting Machine) for recording votes.

    Over the years, ECI has been successful in restoring people faith in democracy with its impartial decisions and it has earned huge respect in the mind of Indian citizens.


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