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Sundargarh (Odisha Vidhan Sabha constituency)

Sundargarh (Sl. No.: 9) is a Vidhan Sabha constituency of Sundergarh district.[1] Area of this constituency include Sundargarh, Sundargarh block, Tangarpali block, Hemgiri block and seven Gram panchayats of Lephripada block. [2][3]

Sundargarh
Odisha Legislative Assembly Constituency
DistrictSundargarh
BlocksTangarpali, Hemgiri, Lephripada, Sundargarh
Electorate1,92,345
Major settlementsSundargarh
Current constituency
Created1951
PartyBharatiya Janata Party
MLAKusum Tete
Const. No.9
Reserved forSchedules Tribes
Lok Sabha ConstituenciesSundargarh


Contents

Elected MembersEdit

Vote share of Winning candidates [4]
2019
47.67%
2014
41.77%
2009
43.92%
2004
50.12%
2000
54.89%
1995
45.43%
1990
67.04%
1985
56.03%
1980
73.52%
1977
55.87%

16 elections held during 1951 to 2019. List of members elected from this constituency are:[5]

2019 Election ResultEdit

In 2019 election, Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Kusum Tete defeated Biju Janata Dala candidate Jogesh Kumar Singh by a margin of 7364 votes.

2019 Vidhan Sabha Election, Sundargarh [6][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJD Jogesh Kumar Singh 75754 43.45 9.63
INC Amita Biswal 12087 6.93 -34.84
BJP Kusum Tete 83118 47.67 30.03
HND Govinda Chandra Bhoi 1420 0.81 -
NOTA None of the above 1967 1.13 -
Majority 7364
Turnout 174346
BJP gain from BJD

2014 Election ResultEdit

In 2014 election, Indian National Congress candidate Jogesh Kumar Singh defeated Biju Janata Dala candidate Kusum Tete by a margin of 12584 votes.[8]

2014 Vidhan Sabha Election, Sundargarh[9][10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Jogesh Kumar Singh 66,138 41.77 -2.15
BJD Kusum Tete 53,554 33.82 6.56
BJP Sahadev Xaxa 27,935 17.64 -2.45
CPI Durjodhan Bhoi 3,238 2.04 -
KOKD Prafulla Chandra Bipra 1,610 1.02 -0.85
AAP Jalandhar Pradhan 1,111 0.7 -
Independent Sulagan Bhoe 938 0.59 -
BSP Mariam Guria 812 0.51 -1.42
Independent Mitrabhanu Kisan 662 0.42 -
NOTA None of the above 2,358 1.49 -
Majority 12,584 7.95
Turnout 1,58,356 73.26 7.71
Registered electors 2,16,152
INC hold

2009 Election ResultEdit

In 2009 election Indian National Congress candidate Jogesh Kumar Singh, defeated Biju Janata Dal candidate Sunil Kumar Singh Deo 20,930 votes.[11]

2009 Vidhan Sabha Election, Sundargarh [12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Jogesh Kumar Singh 55,183 43.92 -
BJD Sunil Kumar Singh Deo 34,253 27.26 -
BJP Prem Sagar Oram 25,245 20.09 -
Independent Anna Kujur 3,284 2.61 -
JMM Dilip Tete 2,918 2.32 -
BSP Harsha Bardhan Chhatria 2,426 1.93 -
KOKD Parkhit Bhitria 2,345 1.87 -
Majority 20,930 16.66[a] -
Turnout 1,26,076 65.55 -
INC gain from BJP

NotesEdit

  1. ^ %of total valid votes

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "Orissa Assembly Election 2009". empoweringindia.org. Retrieved 5 January 2014. Constituency: Sundargarh (9) District : Sundargarh
  2. ^ Assembly Constituencies and their Extent
  3. ^ Seats of Odisha
  4. ^ "135 - Sundergarh Assembly Constituency". eci.nic.in. 2006. Retrieved 27 March 2014. List Of Winning Candidates
  5. ^ http://orissa.gov.in/e-magazine/orissaannualreference/ORA-2011/pdf/453-501.pdf
  6. ^ "List of Contesting Candidates(Phase-II) (AC)" (PDF). ceoorissa.nic.in. Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, Odisha. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
  7. ^ "Assembly Election 2019 - Election Commission of India". results.eci.gov.in. Retrieved 2019-06-10.
  8. ^ "Constituency Wise odisha Assembly Election result 2014". Leadtech.in. Archived from the original on 18 August 2014. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  9. ^ "Odisha - Sundargarh". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  10. ^ "Orissa Assembly Election 2014, Constituency: Sundargarh (9)". EmpoweringIndia.org. Retrieved 1 June 2014.
  11. ^ "Orissa Election Result 2009 With Vote Margin". leadtech.in. Archived from the original on 27 May 2013. Retrieved 5 January 2014. 20930
  12. ^ http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/StatisticalReports/AE2009/stat_OR_April2009.pdf