Jajpur Lok Sabha Elections Results / Candidates

jajpur Lok Sabha Constituency Winner
Name Party Status
Sarmistha Sethi BJD WON
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JAJPUR LOK SABHA 2019 CANDIDATE LIST

PREVIOUS LOK SABHA ELECTION RESULTS of JAJPUR

* Bye Election Result
Year
Winning Candidate
Party
Vote %
1999
Jagannath Mallik
BJD
59.19%
2004
Mohan Jena
BJD
51.61%
2009
Mohan Jena
BJD
53.03%
2014
Rita Tarai
BJD
55.22%
2019
Sarmistha Sethi
BJD
49.81%

Assembly in JAJPUR Constituency

Constituency
Candidate
Party
BINJHARPUR
Pramila Mallik
BJD
BARI
Debasis Nayak
BJD
BARCHANA
Amar Prasad Satpathy
BJD
DHARMASALA
Pranab Kumar Balabantaray
BJD
JAJPUR
Pranab Prakash Das
BJD
KOREI
Akash Das Nayak
BJD
SUKINDA
Pritiranjan Gharai
BJD

LOK SABHA ELECTION VOTER TURNOUT

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