Sitapur

Uttar Pradesh Assembly Constituencies in Sitapur

Laharpur
Biswan
Sevata
Mahmoodabad.

Winner of General Elections 2009 in Sitapur is KAISAR JAHAN (BSP)

Updated Election Results Details of Sitapur


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Kaisar Jahan BSPElephant219 - A Moh- Shekh Tola Laharpur Sitapur241106
Mahendra Singh Verma SPBicycleVill. & Post - Pokhra Kalan Sitapur221474
Ram Lal Rahi INCHand18- Jail Road Sitapur117281
Gyan Tiwari BJPLotus113 - Vijai Laxmi Nagar Sitapur81577
Jagdish Narayan Shukla NCPClock289 - Chandra Lok Coloney Aliganj Lucknow8516
Hare Ram Fauji JPSSaw93 - Gwal Mandi Sitapur7420
Hargovind Rawat (pasi) INDKite68 A - Katahali Bag Sitapur6324
Govind KKJHSCoatOM Bhawan Near Gaushala Hardoi Road Sitapur4185
Kuldeep Kumar PECPCup & SaucerVillage - Sikri Mafi PO- Pandit Purwa Sitapur3489
Dileep Kumar INDCandlesMoh. - Behati Laharpur Sitapur2803
Dipendra Kumar Verma INDSewing MachineVill. - Ashrafpur Post Gurera Biswan Sitapur2421
Munna Lal INDBatVill. - Suheliya H/O Suhela (Rajparapur) Mahmudabad Sitapur2283
Gaya Prasad CPI(ML)(L)Flag with Three StarsMoh - Sukkhumal Road Sitapur1767
Ram Das BRPPJugRam Nagar Coloney Lakhimpur Distt. Lakhimpur (Kheri)1726
Maiku Lal BSRDScissorsVill.- Jenipur LalPur PO- Parbat Pur Mahmudabad Sitapur1332
Daya Shankar Bose RDMPRailway EngineB-72 Awas Vikas Sitapur1317
Total Votes705021


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 46.15 RAJESH VERMA 28.79 BSP  MUKHTAR ANEES 27.91 SP  
1999 57.92 Rajesh Verma 33.15 BSP  Janardan Prasad Misra 27.44 BJP  
1998 59.62 Janardan Prasad Misra 33.49 BJP  Prem Nath Varma 29.18 BSP  
1996 45.31 Mukhtar Anis 30.42 SP  Janaradan Prasad Mishra 28.36 BJP  
1991 49.8 Janardan Prasad Misra 31.75 BJP  Rajendra Kuumari Bajpai (w) 22.85 INC  
1989 53.5 Rajendra Kumari Bajpai 34.96 INC  Shiv Sevak 32.92 JD  
1984 52.06 Rajendra Kumari 50.25 INC  Hargovind Verma 25.01 LKD  
1980 45.03 Rajendra Kumari Bajpai 42.25 INC(I)  Hargovind Verma 26.32 JNP(S)  
1977 53.61 Hargovind Verma 62.73 BLD  Jagdish Chandra Dixit 27.24 INC 


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