Gopalganj


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Gopalganj is PURNMASI RAM (JD(U))

Updated Election Results Details of Gopalganj


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Purnmasi Ram JD(U)ArrowVILLAGE-NARAIPUR PO-NARAIPUR PS-BAGAHA DISTRICT-WEST CHAMPARAN200024
Anil Kumar RJDHurricane LampVILLAGE-MAHUAWAN POST-BAJODIH MAHUAWAN DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ157552
Janak Ram BSPElephantVILLAGE-INDRWAN ABDULLAH POST-THAWE DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ47545
Ramai Ram INCHandMOHALLA-KALIBARI ROAD MALIGHAT POST-RAMNA POS-MITHANPURA DISTRICT-MUZAFFARPUR21341
Satyadeo Ram CPI(ML)(L)Flag with Three StarsVILLAGE-KRISHNAPALI PS-DARAULI DISTRICT-SIWAN13999
Surendra Paswan INDBalloonVILLAGE+PO-CHOTAKA MANJHA PS-MAIRWA DISTRICT-SIWAN10844
Ramashankar Ram RJJMCeiling FanVILLAGE-HARPUR POST-MANIKPUR PS-GOPALGANJ DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ10105
Dharmendra Kumar Hazra INDKiteVILLAGE-KAHLA PO-KAHLA BLOCK-BARAULI DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ9779
Ram Surat Ram INDStoolVILLAGE+PO-AMWAN NAKCHHED PS-GOPALGANJ DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ6690
Shambhu Dom INDMaizeVILLAGE+PO-TURHA PATTI PO-CHANPATIA DISTRICT-WEST CHAMPARAN5393
Madhu Bharti LTSDRailway EngineVILLAGE-BARBATTA PO+PS-SONPUR DISTRICT-SARAN4553
Ram Kumar Manjhi SBSPWalking StickVILLAGE-JAGARNATHA POST-MANJHAGARH DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ4011
Banitha Baitha INDLetter BoxVILLAGE-BARHARA PO+PS-BHORE DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ3982
Dinanath Manjhi INDCup & SaucerVILLAGE-BANKATA POST-DHEBAWA VIA-NECHUA JALALPUR DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ3067
Rajesh Kumar Ram INDAlmirahVILLAGE-DANGSI PO-DANGSI DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ2968
Asha Devi INDCoconutVILLAGE-BAKHRI PO-MANIYARA DISTRICT-GOPALGANJ2759
Total Votes504612


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 56.41 ANIRUDH PRASAD ALIAS SADHU YADAV 48.38 RJD  PRABHU DAYAL SINGH 20.6 JD(U)  
1999 63.79 Raghunath Jha 49.22 JD(U)  Kali Prasad Pandey 44.35 RJD  
1998 60.78 Abdul Ghafoor 45.67 SAP  Lal Babu Pd. Yadav 35.94 RJD  
1996 59.12 Lal Babu Pd. Yadav 44.14 JD  Kali Prasad Pandey 26.46 INC  
1991 74.88 Abdul Ghafoor 50.33 JD  Kali Prasad Pandey 34.19 INC  
1989 72.96 Rajmangal Mishra 63.02 JD  Kali Prasad Panday 34.57 INC  
1984 62.73 Kali Prasad Pandey 59.21 IND  Nagina Roy 22.72 LKD  
1980 46.5 Nagina Rai  47.65 INC(I)  Dwarka Nath Tiwari 28.62 JNP  
1977 63.11 Dwarikanath Tiwary 70.08 BLD  Abdul Ghafoor 28.91 INC 


Gopalganj is an administrative district in the state of Bihar in India. The district headquarter is located in the town of Gopalganj, and the district is a part of Saran Division.

Gopalganj has produced many great personalities and has many famous and historically important places like Thawe, Hathwa, Manjhagarh etc. Gopalganj has given bihar its first woman chief minister Smt. Rabri Devi. It has also credited with giving bihar its first and only muslim chief minister Mr. Abdul Gafoor (July 2, 1973 to April 11, 1975).

Gopalganj, which till 1875 was only a tiny hamlet, was made a subdivision of the old Saran district in the same year. It became an independent district on October 2, 1973. The old Saran district included the present districts of Saran, Siwan and Gopalganj.

Gopalganj is an important agricultural center in North Bihar. Being an important district in the region, it has several secondary and tertiary industries based on agriculture, such as cold-storages.

Gopalganj is well suited for Sugarcane production. Languages spoken are Bhojpuri, Hindi, and English. Gopalganj District receives an average rainfall of about 290 mm and the temperature varies from 10 to 45 degree Celsius.

Gopalganj has got pretty diverse climate. It is exceptionally hot and dry during summer with temperature reaching as high as 45 degrees Celsius. Gopalganj receives about 500 mm rainfall during monsoons, which is followed by pleasant temperature in winter.

The district occupies an area of 2033 km² and has a population of 2,149,343 (as of 2001). Gopalganj Market is mainly known for Sugarcane, Pulses, Agriculture, Grains Trading. Gopalganj District is known for its advances in horticulture. Gopalganj is one of the largest sugarcane growing district in India.

Gopalganj is also growing up as a premier educational place with many colleges in the field of computer science. Modern Gopalganj is now boasts of vast industrial area, educational institutes and good hospitals. The city is well developed with good roads, shopping centres, residential areas, with good infrastructure in communication and transport.

FACTS:

Geographical Locations : Between 20° 12 and 26° 39; North latitudes and 83° 54 to 84° 55; East longitudes, in the northern part of the state. Area : 2033 km² Adjoining Districts : North : East & West Champaran District, South : Siwan & Chappra District East : East Champaran & Muzaffarpur District , West: Uttar Pradesh. Major Urban Centres : Gopalganj, Mirganj, Barauli, Kateya, Vijaipur.

DEMOGRAPHY (2001 Census)

Population : 2,149,343 (2.59% of the state) Density of population : 1057 Men : 1,072,151 (49.89%) Women : 1,077,192 (50.12%) Urban population : 130,536 (6.07%) Rural population : 2,018,807 (93.93%) % of Scheduled Castes : 12.43% % of Scheduled tribes : 0.29%
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