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Winner of Assembly Elections 2009 in Rohtak is BHARAT BHUSHAN BATRA (Indian National Congress)

Candidates of Rohtak 2009 Assembly Election

Candidate NameParty
Dharam Pal Indian National Lok Dal
Balwan Singh Bahujan Samaj Party
Bharat Bhushan Batra Indian National Congress
Munish Grover Bharatiya Janata Party
Yoginder Nath Haryana Janhit Congress (BL)
Narender Kumar Rashtriya Arya Raj Sabha
Naveen Arya Smast Bhartiya Party
Zile Singh Comrade Independent
Manoj Independent
Mahesh Independent
Ranjeet Independent
Rahul Jain Independent


Year Voter Turnout Percentage Winner Candidate Percentage Party Runnerup Candidate Percentage Party
2005 64.75 SHADI LAL BATRA 51.27 INC MUNISH GROVER 39.45 BJP 
2000 59.68 SHADI LAL 47.63 INC MUNISH 42.85 BJP 
1996 70.77 SHRI KISHAN DASS 64.85 HVP SUBHASH BATRA 27.42 INC 
1991 61.21 SUBHASH CHANDER 34.92 INC SHRIKISHAN DASS 31.47 HVP 
1987 66.84 MANGAL SAIN 48.58 BJP SIRI KISHAN DASS 46.58 INC 
1982 72.07 MANGAL SAIN 31.52 BJP SAT RAM DASS 30.91 INC 
1977 65.96 MANGAL SEIN 67.2 JNP SRI KISHAN DAS 32.17 INC 


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