India 2009 General Election Results

General election 2009 result has been declared. The UPA comes out as a winner & Manmohan Singh will again hold the office as prime minister. It is one of the biggest win for congress as now it will no longer remain under the pressure of left front.
By: Reena Dhiman
May 18, 2009 - PRLog -- India conducted general election for the 15th Lok Sabha in 5 phases on 16th April, 22/23 April, 30th April, 7th May and 13th May, 2009. On 16th May, 2009, election results were announced.  On 16th May, 2009, Bharatiya Janata Party faced defeat and acknowledged that now they are no more remain a single largest party or single largest alliance.  

After  showing a remarkable progress in Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal, Kerala, Tamil Nadu and Rajasthan, the UPA, led by the Indian National Congress, are ready to again form the government under the incumbent of Prime Minister Manmohan Singh. After Jawaharlal Nehru, he is the first prime minister who has been re-elected after its completion of 5 years of office term.  

The result not only signifies to defeat of the BJP led National Democratic Alliance but it also points towards one of the worst performances by the Left Front, who was dreaming to create a party of non-congress, non-BJP government with the help of Third Front. Now this idea was put in back sear due to the unexpected losses faced by the AIADMIL in Tamil Nadu, TDP and other allies in Andjra Pradesh. The Congress sweep in Kerala and a huge victory of Congress and its ally Trinamool Congress in West Bengal. Rahul Gandhi wins Amethi Seat and Jayaprada is also emerge dout as winner from its Rampur Seat.  
After the completion of polling results, now it is clear that the Left Front along with the Third Front did not succeed in emerging out as a vital competitor in this 2009 general election.

Election Results- 2009

Andhra Pradesh                        Party            Seats Won
                                                     UPA               34
                                                     NDA                2
                                                     Third Front     6

Arunachal Pradesh                  UPA                 2
                                                    NDA                0

Assam                                        UPA                7
                                                    NDA                5

Bihar                                           NDA                32
                                                    UPA                  2
                                                   Fourth Front      4

Gujarat                                       NDA                 15
                                                    UPA                  11

Haryana                                    NDA                     0
                                                   UPA                     9
                                                  Third Front           1

Himachal Pradesh                  NDA                     3
                                                   UPA                     1

Jammu & Kashmir                 UPA                      5
                                                  NDA                     0

Maharashtra                            UPA                    25
                                                 NDA                     20

Punjab                                     UPA                      8
                                                NDA                      5

Rajasthan                             NDA                       4
                                               UPA                      20

Uttar Pradesh                        UPA                     21
                                                NDA                     15
                                                Third Front          20
                                                Fourth Front       23

West Bengal                            NDA                    1
                                                  UPA                    26
                                                  Third Front          15

Delhi                                           NDA                     0
                                                   UPA                       7
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