Jhunjhunu (Lok Sabha constituency)

Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 25 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Rajasthan state in western India. The current MP is Narendra Kumar of Bharatiya Janata Party

Jhunjhunu
Lok Sabha Constituency
IncumbentNarendra Kumar
Parliamentary PartyBharatiya Janata Party
Elected Year2019
Constituency Details
Established1952–present
ReservationNone
StateRajasthan
Assembly ConstituenciesPilani
Surajgarh
Jhunjhunu
Mandawa
Nawalgarh
Udaipurwati
Khetri
Fatehpur

Assembly segmentsEdit

Presently, Jhunjhunu Lok Sabha constituency comprises Eight Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments. These are:[1]

Constituency number Name Reserved for (SC/ST/None) District
25 Pilani SC Jhunjhunu
26 Surajgarh None Jhunjhunu
27 Jhunjhunu None Jhunjhunu
28 Mandawa None Jhunjhunu
29 Nawalgarh None Jhunjhunu
30 Udaipurwati None Jhunjhunu
31 Khetri None Jhunjhunu
32 Fatehpur None Sikar

Members of ParliamentEdit

Election resultsEdit

2019 Lok SabhaEdit

2019 Indian general elections: Jhunjhunu
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Narendra Kumar 7,38,163 61.57
INC Sharwan Kumar 4,35,616 36.33
NOTA None of the above 8,497 0.71
Independent Sharwan Kumar 5,582 0.47
Majority 3,02,547 25.24
Turnout 12,03,702 62.11 +2.69
BJP hold Swing

2014 Lok SabhaEdit

2014 Indian general elections: Jhunjhunu
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Santosh Ahlawat 4,88,182 48.90
INC Raj Bala Ola 2,54,347 25.47 -25.42
Independent Dr. Rajkumar Sharma 2,06,288 20.66 +20.55
Independent Rajbala 11,740 1.18 +1.06
BSP Rahisa Bano 10,423 1.04 -2.61
Majority 2,33,835 23.23
Turnout 10,08,641 59.42
BJP gain from INC Swing

2009 Lok SabhaEdit

2009 Indian general elections: Jhunjhunu
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Sis Ram Ola[2] 3,06,330 50.87
BJP Dr. Dasrath Singh Shekhawat 2,40,998 40.02
BSP Khatri Mustaq 21,994 3.65
Independent Sher Singh 6,928 1.15
Majority 65,332 10.85
Turnout 6,02,155 42.03
INC hold Swing

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "Parliamentary & Assembly Constituency wise Polling Stations & Electors" (PDF). Chief Electoral Officer, Rajasthan website. Archived from the original (PDF) on 26 July 2011. Retrieved 13 November 2009.
  2. ^ "2009 India General Elections Results". elections.in. Retrieved 28 June 2020.

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See alsoEdit