Winner of General Elections 2009 in Keonjhar is YASHBANT NARAYAN SINGH LAGURI (BJD)

Updated Election Results Details of Keonjhar

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Yashbant Narayan Singh Laguri BJDConchRamla Champua keonjhar389104
Dhanurjaya Sidu INCHandSerenda Barbil Keonjhar262620
Ananta Nayak BJPLotusLangalkanti Dhenkikote Ghatgaon164023
Dr. Fakir Mohan Naik INDHaldhar Within Wheel (Chakra Haldhar)Kolimati Ghasipura Keonjhar32356
Lachhaman Majhi JMMBow & ArrowKuldihi Balibandha Champua19955
Chitta Ranjan Munda INDNagaraHandibhanga jhumpura Keonjhar12216
Dr Sudarshan Lohar BSPElephantTendara Patna Keonjhar11472
Total Votes891746

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
1999 57.7 Ananta Nayak 67.47 BJP  Yashobant Singh Laguri 31.46 INC  
1998 62.42 Upendranath Nayak 54.09 BJP  Madhaba Sardar 40.68 INC  
1996 62.23 Madhaba Sardar 45.82 INC  Harihar Soren 25.21 BJP  
1991 47.54 Govinda Chandra Munda 44.07 JD  Kumar Majhi 42.32 INC  
1989 52.43 Govind Chandra Munda 60.86 JD  Kumar Majhi 33.28 INC  
1984 48.08 Harinder Soren 57.68 INC  Govinda Chandra Munda 30.74 JNP  
1980 31.26 Harihar Soren 68.36 INC(I)  Govinda Munda 22.13 JNP(S)  
1977 34.71 Govinda Munda 60.42 BLD  Rahas Bihari Mohapapatra 35.07 INC 

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