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A Police officer stands guard near electronic voting machines and voter verifiable paper audit trail machines before they are distributed among polling officials, on the eve of seventh and last phase of Lok Sabha elections, in Amritsar, on May 18, 2019.

Finally, at the finish line of the Lok Sabha race

Polling will be held in 59 constituencies across eight states and Union territories

By The Telegraph

  • Published 19.05.19, 12:11 AM
  • Updated 19.05.19, 12:11 AM

After 38 days, this year’s general election will end on Sunday with polling in 59 constituencies across eight states and Union territories. All 13 seats in Punjab, an equal number of constituencies in Uttar Pradesh, 9 in Bengal, 8 each in Bihar and Madhya Pradesh, all 4 in Himachal Pradesh, 3 in Jharkhand and the lone seat of Chandigarh will vote in the seventh and final phase. Among those in the fray: 

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Uttar Pradesh: Narendra Modi (BJP) Varanasi

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Bengal: Nusrat Jahan (TMC) Basirhat

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Bengal: Mimi Chakraborty (TMC) Jadavpur

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Bihar: Shatrughan Sinha (Congress) Patna Sahib

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Bihar: Ravi Shankar Prasad (BJP) Patna Sahib

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Bihar: Misa Bharti (RJD) Pataliputra

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Jharkhand: Shibu Soren (JMM) Dumka

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Punjab: Manish Tewari (Congress) Anandpur Sahib

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Chandigarh: Kirron Kher (BJP)

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Himachal Pradesh: Anurag Thakur (BJP) Hamirpur

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