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Mathura

Year Voter Turnout Percentage Winner Candidate Percentage Party Runnerup Candidate Percentage Party
2002 35.66 PRADEEP MATHUR 41.56 INC RAVIKANT GARG 34.82 BJP 
1996 37.67 RAM SWAROOP SHARMA 38.4 BJP VIJAY KUMAR 33.32 INC 
1993 52.3 RAM SWAROOP 48.71 BJP VIAJY KUMAR S/O BHAGWAN DAS 36.26 INC 
1991 46.22 RAVIKANT GARG 47.93 BJP PRADEEP MATHUR 24.66 INC 
1989 47.1 RAVI KANT GARG 47.26 BJP PRADEEP MATHUR 41.74 INC 
1985 45.3 PRADEEP MATHUR 39.5 INC KEERTI PAL 31.54 BJP 
1980 42.29 DAYAL KRISHAN 49.46 INC(I) MAGAN LAL 30.38 BJP 
1977 51.11 KANHAIYA LAL 61.26 JNP LAXMI RAMAN 34.59 INC 


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