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Year Voter Turnout Percentage Winner Candidate Percentage Party Runnerup Candidate Percentage Party
2002 58.8 MEHBOOB ALI 41.43 RPD DR. HARI SINGH DHILLON 34.95 RLD 
1996 71.33 MANGAL SINGH 39.75 BJP MEHBOOB ALI 39.21 SP 
1993 60.6 HAZI MUHAMMAD HAYAT 39.17 JD MANGAL SINGH SAINI 37.22 BJP 
1991 60.37 PRATAP SINGH 38.38 BJP MOHD. HAYAT 25.81 JD 
1989 61.48 MOHAMMAD HAYAT 28.73 JD AFSAR KHAN 19.11 IND 
1985 61.35 MOHD HAYAT 20.5 LKD NASIM BEGAM 20.3 INC 
1980 53.83 KHURSHEED AHMAD 38.05 INC(I) YASHPAL 20.42 IND 
1977 56.66 LEELWAT SINGH 40.46 JNP KHURSHEED AHMED 32.1 INC 


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