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Jajpur (Odisha Vidhan Sabha constituency)

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Jajpur
Odisha Legislative Assembly Constituency
DistrictJajpur
BlocksJajpur, Dasarathpur
Electorate2,07,192
Major settlementsJajpur
Current constituency
Created1951
PartyBJD
MLAPranab Prakash Das
Const. No.52
Reserved forNone
Lok Sabha ConstituenciesJajpur

Jajpur (Sl. No.: 52) is a Vidhan Sabha constituency of Jajpur district, Odisha.[1]

Areas in this constituency include Jajpur, 16 GPs (Basudevpur, Beruda, Bhubaneswarpur, Bhuinpur, Bichitrapur, Chainipur, Jahanpur, Khairabad, Mala Anandapur, Markandapur, Nathasahi, Panasa, Maheswarpur, Shyamadaspur, Similia and Upparbaruhan) of Jajpur block and 16 GPs (Susua, Duduranta, Kanikapada, Mangalpur, Akarapada, Champeipal, Chhachina, Chittalo, Dasrathpur, Gopalpur, Kasapa, Katikata, Khandara, Mallikapur, Taliha and Tarpada) of Dasarathpur block.[2][3]

Elected members

Vote share of Winning candidates [4]
2019
60.24%
2014
69.17%
2009
50.05%
2004
55.25%
2000
46.82%
1995
42.24%
1990
57.12%
1985
52.06%
1980
54.61%
1977
61.25%

Sixteenth elections held during 1951 to 2019. Elected members from the Jajpur constituency are:[5][6]

  • 2019: (52): Pranab Prakash Das (BJD)
  • 2014: (52): Pranab Prakash Das (BJD)
  • 2009: (52): Pranab Prakash Das (BJD)
  • 2004: (25): Parameswar Sethi (BJD)
  • 2000: (25): Suryamani Jena (BJD)
  • 1995: (25): Suryamani Jena (Janata Dal)
  • 1990: (25): Jagannath Mallick (Janata Dal)
  • 1985: (25): Jagannath Mallick (Janata Party)
  • 1980: (25): Niranjan Jena (Congress-I)
  • 1977: (25): Jagannath Mallick(Janata Party)
  • 1974: (25): Jagannath Lallick (Utkal Congress)
  • 1971: (26/ 27): Prafulla Chandra Ghadei (Orissa Jana Congress) and Jagannath Mallik (Utkal Congress)
  • 1967: (26/ 27): Prafulla Chandra Ghadei (Orissa Jana Congress) and Santanu Kumar Das (Orissa Jana Congress)
  • 1961: (118/ 119): Madan Mohan Patnaik (Congress) and Santanu Kumar Das (Congress)
  • 1957: (84): Gadadhar Dutt (Congress) and Santanu Kumar Das (Congress)
  • 1951: (62): Gadahar Dutta (Congress) and Santanu Kumar Das (Congress)

2019 Election Result

In the 2019 election, Biju Janata Dal candidate Pranab Prakash Das defeated Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Goutam Ray by 40,656 votes.[7]

2019 Vidhan Sabha Election, Jajpur
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJD Pranab Prakash Das 99,738 60.24 -8.93
BJP Goutam Ray 59,082 35.68 24.3
INC Santosh Kumar Nanda 4,745 2.87 -10.27
Independent Pradeep Kumar Behuria 507 0.31 -
Kalinga Sena Aditya Pratap Dhir Deo 334 0.2 -0.11
SKD Santosh Suryavansi 300 0.18 -0.02
NOTA None 866 0.52 -0.25
Majority
Turnout 1,65,572
Registered electors
BJD hold

2014 Election Result

In the 2014 election, Biju Janata Dal candidate Pranab Prakash Das defeated Indian National Congress candidate Santosh Kumar Nanda by 84,613 votes.[8]

2014 Vidhan Sabha Election, Jajpur[9][10]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJD Pranab Prakash Das 1,04,458 69.17 19.12
INC Santosh Kumar Nanda 19,845 13.14 -12.38
BJP Jagannath Prasad Samal 17,180 11.38 -11.15
Independent Badri Narayan Ray 5,781 3.83
BSP Suryamani Jena 1,203 0.8
AAP Bijayananda Mohanty 625 0.41
Kalinga Sena Rajendra Dhal 463 0.31
SKD Harekrushna Debata 304 0.2
NOTA None 1,167 0.77 -
Majority 84,613 56.02
Turnout 1,51,026 72.89 9.05
Registered electors 2,07,192
BJD hold

2009 Election Result

In the 2009 election, Biju Janata Dal candidate Pranab Prakash Das defeated Indian National Congress candidate Debabrata Kantha by 30,245 votes.[11]

2009 Vidhan Sabha Election, Jajpur [12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJD Pranab Prakash Das 61,712 50.05 -
INC Debabrata Kantha 31,467 25.52 -
BJP Goutam Ray 27,785 22.53 -
Independent Manas Ranjan Swain 1,532 1.24 -
Jan Hitkari Party Bijayananda Mohanty 812 0.66 -
Majority 30,245 24.53[a] -
Turnout 1,23,340 63.84 -
BJD hold

Notes

  1. ^ %of total valid votes

References

  1. ^ "Orissa Assembly Election 2009". empoweringindia.org. Retrieved 2 March 2014. Constituency: Jajpur (52) District : Jajpur
  2. ^ Assembly Constituencies and their Extent
  3. ^ Seats of Odisha
  4. ^ "25 - Jajpur (SC) Assembly Constituency". eci.nic.in. 2006. Retrieved 2 March 2014. List Of Winning Candidates
  5. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 2013-12-17. Retrieved 2014-02-20.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  6. ^ "Jajpur Assembly Constituency, Orissa". Compare Infobase Limited. Retrieved 2 March 2014.
  7. ^ "Constituency Wise Odisha Assembly Election Result 2019". Election Commission Of India. Retrieved 23 May 2019.
  8. ^ "Constituency Wise Odisha Assembly Election Result 2014". Leadtech.in. Retrieved 31 May 2014.
  9. ^ "Odisha - Jajpur". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 31 May 2014.
  10. ^ "Orissa Assembly Election 2014 Constituency: Jajpur (52)". EmpoweringIndia.org. Retrieved 31 May 2014.
  11. ^ "Orissa Election Result 2009 With Vote Margin". leadtech.in. Retrieved 2 March 2014. 30245
  12. ^ http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/StatisticalReports/AE2009/stat_OR_April2009.pdf
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