The results of Lok Sabha Elections 2019 will be declared today. The counting of votes began at 8 am today across the 542 Parliamentary constituencies in India. As per the trends, the BJP is set to form an NDA government on the Centre. The final results of the General Elections 2019 are likely to be out by the end of the day. The total number of candidates who fought the 2019 polls on a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is 437. LatestLY brings you live updates on which candidates out of these 437 are winning from their constituencies this election. Stay with us for the list of winning MPs from the BJP. Catch complete coverage of the Lok Sabha Elections 2019 results here.
As per the trends, PM Narendra Modi, BJP President Amit Shah, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Cricketer-turned-politician Gautam Gambhir are among the big BJP names who are leading from their seats.
Most of the exit polls had predicted a clear victory for the BJP this election, indicating that there would be an NDA government at the Centre. The India Today-Axis My India exit poll predicted that the BJP-led NDA will win 339-368 seats. The CNN-News18-IPSOS exit poll predicted the NDA winning 336 seats. On the other hand, the NewsX-Neta exit poll said that the NDA may win 242 seats. Indications are that Narendra Modi is set to return as the Prime Minister of India. Here's all about the BJP and how it has performed through elections over the year.
The BJP is confident of winning and have said that they will get more seats than the 2014 elections. The party also hosted a dinner meet for all its allies at the BJP headquarters in the national capital.
Some of the key BJP candidates to watch out for on the result day would be PM Modi, party chief Amit Shah, Home Minister Rajnath Singh, Union Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, new entrants Sunny Deol and Gautam Gambhir among others.
In 2014, the BJP had won 282 seats. It remains to be seen how the party performs this election. Voting for the Lok Sabha elections 2019 took place across the country in seven phases between April 11 and May 19. The counting of votes is taking place on Thursday, May 23.