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Winner of Assembly Elections 2009 in Gurgaon is SUKHBEER (Independent)

Candidates of Gurgaon 2009 Assembly Election

Candidate NameParty
Umesh Aggerwal Bharatiya Janata Party
Kanhiya Lal Haryana Janhit Congress (BL)
Dharambir Indian National Congress
Bhim Singh Rathee Bahujan Samaj Party
Mani Ram Sharma Indian National Lok Dal
Ram Avtar Yadav Rashtriya Janata Dal
Jhabbar Singh Jammu & Kashmir National Panthers Party
Kusheshwar Bhagat Independent
Pyare Lal Kataria Independent
Babu Lal Independent
Ravinder Singh Independent
R S Rathee Independent
Ramanand Independent
Vijay Kumar Independent
G D Sehgal Independent
Sukhbeer Independent


Year Voter Turnout Percentage Winner Candidate Percentage Party Runnerup Candidate Percentage Party
2005 47.87 DHARAMBIR 54.59 INC GOPI CHAND 25.37 INLD 
2000 55.98 GOPI CHAND 37.94 IND DHARAMBIR 23.59 INC 
1996 61.91 DHARAMBIR 30.38 INC SITA RAM 23.75 BJP 
1991 62.31 DHARAMBIR S/O PANNU RAM 44.23 INC GOPI CHAND 21.32 IND 
1987 72.71 SITA RAM SINGHLA 59.83 BJP DHARAM VIR GAWA 30.22 INC 
1982 67.34 DHARAM BIR 42.78 INC SITA RAM SINGLA 28.64 BJP 
1977 61.29 PRATAP SINGH THAKRAN 38.9 JNP RAM CHANDER 28.35 IND 


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