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MPs with top 5 record victory margins in Lok Sabha Election 2019

CR Patil of BJP has created a record by defeating his nearest rival Patel Dharmeshbhai Bhimbhai (Congress) by margin of 6.89 lakh votes in Gujarat's Navsari Lok Sabha seat. Here's a look at the biggest winners of Lok Sabha Election 2019. PM Modi features at the 5th spot with a win-margin of 4.8 lakh votes.

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New Delhi Updated on: May 24, 2019 22:58 IST
MPs with Top 5 victory margins in Lok Sabha Election 2019

MPs with Top 5 victory margins in Lok Sabha Election 2019

Counting of votes in the Lok Sabha election 2019 is almost over and the results show a landslide win for the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

The BJP has, on its own, managed to cross the 300 mark. Its current tally stands at 303 -- 21 more than 2014’s 282.

The Congress, however, finds itself in double digits for the second consecutive time with most of their major leaders losing from their respective seats.

Here's a short list of five highest victory margins in the 2019 Lok Sabha election:

India Tv - C R Patil of the Bharatiya Janta Party

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C R Patil of the Bharatiya Janta Party

BJP leader CR Patil won from Navsari seat of Gujarat by 6.89 lakh votes. CR Patil was seeking a re-election from Navsari. Patil who secured 9,72,739 votes defeated Patel Dharmeshbhai Bhimbhai (2,83,071) by a huge margin of 6.89 lakh votes.

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BJP President Amit Shah

BJP president Amit Shah recorded a victory by 5.55 lakh votes from Gandhinagar. Amit Shah went past party patriarch LK Advani’s winning tally of 4.83 lakh votes.

India Tv - BJP candidate from Surat Darshana Jardosh  

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BJP candidate from Surat Darshana Jardosh

 

Surat BJP candidate Darshana Jardosh won her seat by a margin of 5.47 lakh votes. She secured a total of 7.95 lakh votes and defeated Ashok Patel of the Congress party who could only get 2.47 lakh votes. 

India Tv - BJP candidate from Vadodara Ranjan Bhatt

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BJP candidate from Vadodara Ranjan Bhatt

BJP’s Ranjan Bhatt won from Vadodara by 5.90 lakh votes. Vadodara was Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s second constituency in 2014 -- along with Varanasi. 

PM Modi retained the Prime Minister’s Office and won Varanasi by a margin of 4.8 lakh votes. Samajwadi Party’s Shalini Yadav came second with 1.95 lakh votes which was almost 5 lakh less than Modi’s tally of 6.74 lakh votes.

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Also Read: Biggest upsets of Lok Sabha election 2019 result

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