Lok Sabha Election 2024 Results: These ministers of Modi government are smart, gave them a crushing defeat in the elections, read in one click

The results of the Lok Sabha elections 2024 are out. No party has got an absolute majority in this. The Bharatiya Janata Party has got the maximum number of 240 seats. While the Congress got 99 seats. Talking about the NDA, the BJP-led NDA has crossed the magic figure of 272 required for a majority and has secured 292 seats. While the Congress-led Bharat Alliance won 234 seats.

But this result has given a big shock to BJP and BJP has retreated in many states. Many shocking results of Lok Sabha elections have come out, among them are many ministers of Modi government who have suffered a shock. They had to face a huge defeat. Among these, the highest number of ministers are from Uttar Pradesh. Let us know which ministers of Modi government lost.

  1. Kailash Choudhary: BJP candidate from Barmer, Rajasthan, Union Minister Kailash Choudhary faced a crushing defeat. Congress candidate Ram Beniwal defeated Choudhary by more than 4 lakh votes. He got 7 lakh 04 thousand 676 votes while Choudhary got 2 lakh 86 thousand 733 votes. He remained at third place while independent Ravindra Bhati remained at second place by getting 5 lakh 86 thousand 500 votes.
  2. RK Singh: BJP candidate and Union Minister RK Singh also lost from Ara in Bihar. CPIM’s Sudama Prasad defeated him by more than 59 thousand 808 votes. Sudama Prasad had got more than 5 lakh votes, while Singh got 469574 lakh votes.
  3. Nisith Pramanik: In Cooch Behar, Bengal, Trinamool’s Jagdish Chandra Vasunia defeated BJP candidate and Union Minister Nisith Pramanik by 39 thousand 250 votes. Vasunia got 7 lakh 88 thousand 375 votes while Samanika got 7 lakh 49 thousand 125 votes.
  4. Rajeev Chandrasekhar: BJP candidate and Union Minister Rajeev Chandrasekhar lost from Thiruvananthapuram in Kerala. Congress’ Shashi Tharoor defeated him by 16 thousand 077 votes. Tharoor got 3 lakh 58 thousand 155 lakh votes while Chandrasekhar got 3 lakh 42 thousand 078 lakh votes.
  5. Arjun Munda: BJP candidate and Union Minister Arjun Munda also lost from Khunti in Jharkhand. Congress’ Kalicharan Munda won there by 1 lakh 49 thousand 675 votes. Arjun Munda remained in second place with 3 lakh 61 thousand 972 votes, while Kalicharan Munda got 5 lakh 11 thousand 647 votes.
  6. Ajay Mishra Teni: Two-time MP and Union Minister Ajay Mishra Teni lost the election from Kheri in Uttar Pradesh. SP’s Utkarsh Verma defeated Teni by 34 thousand 329 votes. Teni got 5 lakh 23 thousand 036 lakh votes while the winner Utkarsh Verma got 5 lakh 57 thousand 365 lakh votes. BSP candidate Anshay Singh Kalra got 1 lakh 10 thousand 122 votes.
  7. Smriti Irani: BJP’s Union Minister Smriti Irani, who is always in the headlines, had to face a crushing defeat in Amethi, Uttar Pradesh. There, Congress’s Kishori Lal Sharma defeated Irani by 1 lakh 67 thousand 196 lakh votes. KL Sharma got 5 lakh 39 thousand 228 lakh votes while Irani got 3 lakh 72 thousand 032 lakh votes.
  8. Mahendra Nath Pandey: BJP candidate and Union Minister Mahendra Nath Pandey lost the election from Chandauli in UP. SP’s Virendra Singh defeated Mahendra Nath Pandey by 21 thousand 565 votes. Virendra Singh got 4 lakh 74 thousand 476 votes, while Pandey got 4 lakh 52 thousand 911 votes. BSP’s Satyendra Singh Maurya is in third place.
  9. Kaushal Kishore: SP’s RK Chaudhary defeated BJP’s Kaushal Kishore by 70 thousand 292 thousand votes from Mohanlalganj in UP. RK Chaudhary got 6 lakh 67 thousand 869 votes and Kaushal Kishore got 5 lakh 97 thousand 577 votes.
  10. Bhanu Pratap Singh: BJP leader and Union Minister Bhanu Pratap Singh lost from Jalaun in UP by 53 thousand 898 votes. There, SP’s Narayandas Ahirwar registered a spectacular victory. Ahirwar got 5 lakh 30 thousand 180 votes, while Singh is in second place with 4 lakh 76 thousand 282 votes.
  11. Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti: Sadhvi Niranjan Jyoti also lost from Fatehpur in UP. There, Naresh Chandra Uttam Patel of SP defeated Sadhvi by 33 thousand 199 votes. Naresh Chandra got 5 lakh 328 votes and Sadhvi got 4 lakh 67 thousand 129 votes.
  12. Sanjeev Kumar Baliyan: BJP leader and Union Minister Sanjeev Kumar Baliyan faced a crushing defeat from Muzaffarnagar in UP. He was defeated by SP’s Harendra Singh Malik by 24 thousand 672 votes. Malik got 4 lakh 70 thousand 721 lakh votes. Whereas Baliyan got 4 lakh 46 thousand 049 lakh votes.

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