Winner of General Elections 2009 in Jajpur is MOHAN JENA (BJD)

Updated Election Results Details of Jajpur

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Mohan Jena BJDConchAt:-Sasansima Po:-Dhanmandal Dist:-Jajpur433350
Amiya Kanta Mallik INCHandAt:- Ahiyas Po:- Ahiyas Dist:-Jajpur305603
Parameswar Sethi BJPLotusAt/Po:-Sujanpur Dist:-Jajpur 48890
Kalandi Mallik INDCoconutAt:-Hatibari P.O:-Hatibari Dist:-Jajpur13079
Ajit Kumar Jena SAMONagaraAt:-Choramuhan Po:-Dharmasala Dist:-Jajpur9837
Babuli Mallik OMMCandlesAt:-Jamupasi Po:-Amploba Dist:-Jajpur2591
Udaya Nath Jena INDBatAt:-Ransh P.O.:-Kapila Dist:-Jajpur1984
Bhimsen Behera JHKPBattery TorchAt:-Gariapur Po:-Jajpur Dist:-Jajpur1774
Total Votes817108

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 68.52 MOHAN JENA 51.61 BJD  AMIYA KANTA MALLIK 45.73 INC  
1999 51.15 Jagannath Mallik 59.19 BJD  Rama Chandra Mallik 39.99 INC  
1998 54.98 Rama Chandra Mallick 45.72 INC  Jagannath Mallik 30.9 BJD  
1996 59.66 Anchal Das 46.34 JD  Anadi Das 45.73 INC  
1991 59.4 Anadi Charan Das 46.1 JD  Nabakishore Mallik 44.07 INC  
1989 67.93 Anadi Charan Das 52.74 JD  Rama Chandra Mallick 39.94 INC  
1984 65.73 Anadi Charan Das 54.1 INC  Rama Chandra Mallick 41.34 JNP  
1980 53.94 Anadi Charan Das 54.5 INC(I)  Ram Chandra Mallick 30.35 JNP(S)  
1977 51.83 Rama Chandra Mallick 55.56 BLD  Baishnab Charan Mallick 39.45 INC 

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