Uttar Pradesh Assembly Constituencies in Sambhal


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Sambhal is DR. SHAFIQUR RAHMAN BARQ (BSP)

Updated Election Results Details of Sambhal

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Dr. Shafiqur Rahman Barq BSPElephant 207422
Iqbal Mehmood SPBicycle 193958
Chandra Vijay INCHand 129228
Chandra Pal Singh BJPLotus 123166
Subhanur Rahman INDRoad Roller 11143
Haji Rashid Husain MULLadder 4827
Vrihamadev INDCoat 4297
Ashok NNPRailway Engine 3052
Dr. Praveen Kumar INDBat 2099
Mohammad Haseeb BPCSewing Machine 1426
Puttan Khan NLHPKite 1306
Total Votes681924

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
1999 58.21 Mulayam Singh Yadav 41.85 SP  Ch. Bhupendra Singh 23.17 BJP  
1998 70.87 Mulayam Singh Yadav 50.04 SP  Dharampal Yadav Urf D.p. Yadav 27.9 BJP  
1996 50.27 Dharmpal Yadav Alias D.p.yadav 34.72 BSP  Shri Pal Singh Yadav 33.8 JD  
1991 55.85 Sri Pal Singh 26.19 JD  Har Pal Singh 25.82 BJP  
1989 53.45 S.p.yadava 48.92 JD  Shanti Devi 39.28 INC  
1984 52.37 Shanti Devi 36.46 INC  Sultan Singh Yadav 24.35 LKD  
1980 45.62 Bijendra Pal Singh 36.74 INC(I)  Shanti Devi 31.09 JNP(S)  
1977 58.64 Shanti Devi 64.29 BLD  Jugal Kishore 24.47 INC 

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