Azamgarh

Uttar Pradesh Assembly Constituencies in Azamgarh

Sagri
Mubarakpur
Azamgarh
Mehnagar

Winner of General Elections 2009 in Azamgarh is RAMAKANT YADAV (BJP)

Updated Election Results Details of Azamgarh


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Ramakant Yadav BJPLotusVILL. CHAKGANJ ALI SHAH POST. NAUHARA AZAMGARH247648
Akbar Ahmad Dumpy BSPElephantVILL. POST- VINDWAL TAH. SAGRI AZAMGARH198609
Durga Prasad Yadav SPBicycleVILL. AAHO PATTI POST. PATHKAHULI AZAMGARH123844
Dr. Javed Akhtar INDRailway Engine216 BAJ BAHADUR AZAMGARH59270
Santosh Kumar Singh INCHandNAGAR PALIKA CIVIL LINCES POST. SADAR AZAMGARH31159
Daan Bahadur Yadav INDRoad RollerKAPTANGANJ POST. TERHI AZAMGARH10536
Arun Kumar Singh CPMHammer Sickle and StarVILL. AERA BUJURGPOST. AERA BUJURGAZAMGARH7088
Ram Singh INDBatVILL. RETAWA CHANDRABHANPUR POST. KALAN KATAULI AZAMGARH5453
Vinod JPSSawVILL. ABRI POST. SATHION AZAMGARH4168
Jai Jai Ram Prajapati LPSPWalking StickH. NO. 38 MOH. PANDEY BAZAR AZAMGARH3825
Yadunath INDBasketVILL. RAMPUR KHURASIN POST. PICHARI AZAMGARH3220
Ram Bharos BUMScissorsVILL. DEWARA JADID POST. JODAWAWAR AZAMGARH2988
Kedar Nath Giri INDNagaraVILL. DURWASA POST. DURWASA (PHULPUR) AZAMGARH2239
Ram Ujagir INDAlmirahVILL. DAAM MAHULA POST. MAHULA AZAMGARH1834
Khairul Bashar INDBananaVILL AND POST. AMILO TAH. SADAR AZAMGARH1544
Usmana Faruqee INDBalloonVILL. KASBA SARAI POST. RAUIT MAU AZAMGARH1438
Total Votes704863


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 49.92 RAMAKANT YADAV 36.3 BSP  DURGA PRASAD YADAV 35.32 SP  
1999 54.44 Rama Kant Yadav 34.86 SP  Akbar Ahmad Dumpy 30.73 BSP  
1998 55.25 Akbar Ahmad Dampy 37.84 BSP  Ramakant Yadav 37.02 SP  
1996 49.13 Rama Kant Yadav 27.77 SP  Ram Krishna Yadav 23.97 BSP  
1991 49.52 Chandra Jeet 33.52 JD  Janardan Singh 23.52 BJP  
1989 48.24 Ram Kishana 31.94 BSP  Tridurari Pujan Pratap Singh Alias Bachcha Babu 29.9 JD  
1984 55.92 Santosh Kumar Singh 40.68 INC  Ram Naresh Yadav 40.01 LKD  
1980 54.61 Chandrajeet 42.02 JNP(S)  Zafaruddin Khan Faizan 24.8 INC(I)  
1977 57.22 Ram Naresh 67.26 BLD  Chandrajeet 28.47 INC 


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