Agra


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Agra is DR. RAMSHANKAR (BJP)

Updated Election Results Details of Agra


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Dr. Ramshankar BJPLotus1 Teachers House Khandari Agra203697
Kunwar Chand (vakil) BSPElephant66/771 Naripura Jagner Road Agra193982
Ramji Lal Suman SPBicycle1/1 H.I.G. FLAT SANJAY PLACE (NEW LAJPAT KUNJ) AGRA141367
Prabhudayal Katheria INCHand2/12 H.I.G. FLATS SANJAY PLACE AGRA93373
Santosh Kumar Diwakar INDBasketB-138 TRANS YAMUNA COLONY NARAICH TEHSIL - ETMADPUR AGRA4571
Ganeshi Lal Mahaur INDPressure CookerB-17 Vaishali Nagar Bodla Agra1560
Vinod Kumar Singh INDTelevision25/34B Basai Khurd Tajganj Agra1454
Vivek Chauhan Valmiki RSMDRailway EngineH.NO. 51/356 West Arjun Nagar Agra1236
Rakesh INDNagaraH.NO.11/75 Sai Khera Gudri Sood NAI KI MANDI Agra1215
Dr. Chandrapal INDKiteB-505 Kamla Nagar Block-B Tehsil - Agra Agra1093
Ramesh JBSPBatVillage & Post - Nagla Kali TEHSIL - AGRA Agra1070
Boby INDBananaH.No. - 16/414 TEELA Nandram Agra Agra934
Nityanand INDBalloonValmiki Basti Jwalapur Haridwar Uttrakhand579
Ram Devi HDVPAlmirahH.NO. 373 Kabir Nagar Khera FEROZABAD532
Rajesh Kumar Pradhan RSBPScissorsKotli Bagichi DEORI ROAD TEHSIL - AGRA Agra427
Total Votes647090


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 44.92 RAJ BABBAR 37.82 SP  MURARI LAL MITTAL FATEHPURIA 28.9 BJP  
1999 51.39 Raj Babbar 44.92 SP  Bhagwan Shankar Rawat 27.33 BJP  
1998 53.92 Bhagwan Shankar Rawat 36.95 BJP  Rameshwar Singh 29.5 IND  
1996 43.31 Bhagwan Shankar Rawat 44.34 BJP  A.k.maurya 27.67 BSP  
1991 45.61 Bhagwan Shanker Rawat 46.17 BJP  Ajay Singh /o Bhagwan Singh 30.61 JD  
1989 42.89 Ajay Singh 54.67 JD  Nihal Singh 33.87 INC  
1984 54.35 Nihal Singh 43.11 INC  Udayan Sharma 31.51 LKD  
1980 53.98 Nihal Singh 34.89 INC(I)  Adi Ram Singhal 30.03 JNP  
1977 65.75 Shambhu Nath Chaturvedi 70.34 BLD  Achal Singh 26.48 INC 


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