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Bypoll Dates: 34 By-elections to be Held Across 12 States Along with Lok Sabha Polls

The Lok Sabha elections will be held in seven phases from April 11 and the results will be announced on May 23, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora announced on Sunday.

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Updated:March 10, 2019, 9:40 PM IST
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The Chief Election Commission on Sunday announced that the by-elections in 34 Assembly constituencies of 12 states will be held simultaneously with the upcoming Lok Sabha elections.

The Lok Sabha elections will be held in seven phases from April 11 and the results will be announced on May 23, Chief Election Commissioner Sunil Arora announced on Sunday. Assembly polls will also be held simultaneously in Andhra Pradesh, Sikkim, Arunachal Pradesh and Odisha, making this one of the biggest electoral exercises of the country in decades.

Here is a detailed list of the 34 constituencies where the by-elections will be held:

1. Bihar - Dehri - May 19

2. Bihar - Nawada - April 11

3. Goa - Mandrem - April 23

4. Goa - Mapusa - April 23

5. Goa - Siroda - April 23

6. Gujarat - Unjha - April 23

7. Gujarat - Talala - April 23

8. Madhya Pradesh - Chhindwara - April 29

9. Maharashtra - Katol - April 11

10. Meghalaya - Selsella (ST) - April 11

11. Mizoram - Aizawl West-I(ST) - April 11

12. Nagaland - Aonglenden (ST) - April 11

13. Puducherry - Thattanchavady - April 18

14. Tamil Nadu - Poonamallee (SC) - April 23

15. Tamil Nadu - Perambur - April 23

16. Tamil Nadu - Thiruporur - April 23

17. Tamil Nadu - Sholingur - April 23

18. Tamil Nadu - Gudiyattham (SC) - April 23

19. Tamil Nadu - Ambur - April 23

20. Tamil Nadu - Hosur - April 23

21. Tamil Nadu - Pappireddippatti - April 23

22. Tamil Nadu - Harur (SC) - April 23

23. Tamil Nadu - Nilakkottai (SC) - April 23

24. Tamil Nadu - Thiruvarur - April 23

25. Tamil Nadu - Thanjavur - April 23

26. Tamil Nadu - Manamadurai (SC) - April 23

27. Tamil Nadu - Andipatti - April 23

28. Tamil Nadu - Periyakulam (SC) - April 23

29. Tamil Nadu - Sattur - April 23

30. Tamil Nadu - Paramakudi (SC)- April 23

31. Tamil Nadu - Vilathikulam- April 23

32. Uttar Pradesh - Nighasan - April 29

33. West Bengal - Krishnaganj (SC) - April 29

34. West Bengal - Uluberia Purba - May 6

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