Rewa


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Rewa is DEORAJ SINGH PATEL (BSP)

Updated Election Results Details of Rewa


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Deoraj Singh Patel BSPElephantVillage-Sumeda Post-Behara Tehsil-Huzur Rewa172002
Sunder Lal Tiwari INCHandAmahiya Rewa167981
Chandra Mani Tripathi BJPLotusMIG 1/6/81 Indira Nagar Rewa116300
Pushpraj Singh SPBicycleUprahati Fort Rewa109684
Hiralal Vishwakarma INDBanana152 Nirala Nagar Ward No.- 9 Anantpur Tehsil- Huzur Rewa7654
Badri Prasad Kushwaha ADNagaraKuthulia Ward-45 Rewa4756
Sundar Lal INDAlmirahVill. Jarmai Post- Hardua Tehsil- Semaria Rewa4123
Vimala Sondhia LJPBungalowChetna Bhavan Ward No. 45 Kuthulia Rewa4019
Brahmduttmishra Alias Chhote Muraitha INDCombVill. Muraitha Post- Hanumana Ward No. 14 Distt- Rewa3638
Sukhendra Pratap INDBalloonVill. Badwar Post- Badwar Tehsil- Gurh Rewa3164
Salma AIFBLion746 Jawahar Ward No.- 5 Vill- Dhekha Tehshil- Huzur Rewa2975
Jaikaran Saket INDBasketVill. Tikuri Post- Sagara Tehsil- Huzur Rewa2681
Md. Akeel Khan (bachcha Bhai) INDBatsmanJankalyan Kendra Ghoghar Rewa1631
Ramayan Prasad Patel YVPCandlesVill-Chorgari Post Nauriha Thana & Tehsil-Raipur Karchu. Rewa1605
Ramkishan Nirat (saket) RPI(A)Railway EngineVill. Gahira Post-Madwa Thana-Govindgarh Tehsil-Huzur Rewa1428
Total Votes603641


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 43.17 CHANDRAMANI TRIPATHI 36.79 BJP  PRADEEP KUMAR PATEL 29.69 BSP  
1999 54.64 Sunder Lal Tiwari 37.19 INC  Ramalakhan Singh Patel 28.52 BSP  
1998 58.84 Chandramani Tripathi 36.68 BJP  Bhim Singh Patel 27.53 BSP  
1996 46.84 Buddha Hasen Patel 26.91 BSP  Parveen Kumari 24.81 BJP  
1991 42.11 Bheem Singh Patel 32.79 BSP  Shriniwas Tiwari 29.56 INC  
1989 50.73 Yamuna Prasad Shastri 41.15 JD  Pravin Kumari 26.87 INC  
1984 56.44 Martand Singh 50.94 INC  Yamuna Prasad Shastri 24.32 JNP  
1980 57.26 Maharaja Martand Singh 73.43 IND  Yamuna Prasad Shastri 13.95 JNP  
1977 58.25 Yammuna Prasad 48.14 BLD  Maha Martand Singh 46.31 IND 


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