Live: Lok Sabha Election Results of seats where AIMIM contested

Live: Lok Sabha Election Results of seats where AIMIM contested

Hyderabad: All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) for the first time has fielded MP candidates outside Telangana State. The party’s candidates are contesting elections from Aurangabad and Kishanganj parliamentary constituencies.

Here’re the polling percentages of Aurangabad

Year Percentage
2004 55.7
2009 42.2
2014 61.8
2019 63.46

From Aurangabad, the party has fielded, Mr. Imtiyaz Jaleel, whereas Mr. Akhtarul Iman is contesting from Kishanganj.

Here’re the polling percentage of Kishanganj

Year Percentage
2004 63.6
2009 52.8
2014 64.5
2019 66.34

In Hyderabad Parliamentary constituency, the contest is between, MIM President, Mr. Asaduddin Owaisi, Congress candidate, Mr. Feroz Khan and BJP candidate, Mr. Bhagavanth Rao.

Here’re the polling percentage of Hyderabad

Year Percentage
1984 76.80
1989 71.30
1991 77.10
1996 63.40
1998 73.20
1999 69.20
2004 55.70
2009 52.40
2014 53.30
2019 44.75

Time Event
10:21 p.m. AIMIM won Hyderabad and Aurangabad Parliamentary seat (click here to read more)
6:50 p.m. AIMIM leading in Hyderabad and Aurangabad Parliamentary constituencies whereas in Kishanganj, tug of war continues between JDU’s Syed Mahmood Ashraf and INC’s Dr. Mohammad Jawed
6:00 p.m. AIMIM leading only in Hyderabad whereas in Aurangabad and Kishanganj, Shivsena’s Chandrakant Khaire and INC’s Dr. Mohammad Jawed respectively are leading
1:15 p.m. AIMIM leading in Hyderabad and Aurangabad Parliamentary constituencies whereas in Kishanganj, tug of war continues between MIM’s Akhtarul Iman and INC’s Dr. Mohammad Jawed
11:18 a.m. AIMIM leading in Hyderabad and Aurangabad Parliamentary constituencies whereas in Kishanganj, Mr. Syed Mahmood Ashraf of JD (U) is leading
10:00 a.m. AIMIM leading in Hyderabad and Aurangabad Parliamentary constituencies whereas in Kishanganj, Mr. Syed Mahmood Ashraf of JD (U) is leading
09:44 a.m. AIMIM leading in Hyderabad and Aurangabad Parliamentary constituencies
8:00 a.m. Counting of votes begins (click here to read more)