Jangipur


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Jangipur is PRANAB MUKHERJEE (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Jangipur


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Pranab Mukherjee INCHand60/2/7 KABI BHARATI SARANI KOL-700029 506749
Mriganka Sekhar Bhattacharya CPMHammer Sickle and StarVILL - JANGIPUR P.S - RAGHUNATHGANJDISTRICT-MURSHIDABAD W.B378600
Debashish Majumdar BJPLotusVILL+P.O= KRISHNAPUR PS= LALGOLA DISTRICT-MURSHIDABAD W.B 21791
Zamirul Hassan AUDFLock and Key2/1/E MIAJAN OSTAGAR LANE KOLKATA- 700017 KOLKATA19000
Tapas Saha INDBatVILL + P.O - RAGHUNATHGANJ DISTRICT-MURSHIDABAD W.B 8141
Total Votes934281


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 81.61 PRANAB MUKHERJEE 48.88 INC  ABUL HASNAT KHAN 44.7 CPM  
1999 72.28 Abul Hasnat Khan 45.47 CPM  Mainul Haque 37.56 INC  
1998 78.46 Abul Hasnat Khan 47.94 CPM  Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury 39.18 INC  
1996 84.76 Md. Idris Ali 45.56 INC  Abedin Zainal 44.04 CPM  
1991 77.15 Abedin Zainal 42.61 CPM  Mannan Hossain 36.05 INC  
1989 78.6 Abedin Zainal 43.06 CPM  Mohammad Sohrab 37.61 INC  
1984 77.27 Abedin Zainal 48.4 CPM  Md. Sohorab 45.89 INC  
1980 72.07 Zainal Abedin 54.79 CPM  Lutfal Haque 39.95 INC(I)  
1977 58.07 Sasankasekher Sanyal 48.85 CPM  Lutfal Haque (haji) 48.16 INC 


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