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Uttar Pradesh General Election Results


Mainpuri By Election Results September 16, 2014

PartyWinChange*
SP10
BJP00
Others00
Awaited00


Cons. No.Parliamentary ConsistuencyWinnerSexPartyVoteRunner up SexPartyVoteVote Margin
21MainpuriTej Pratap Singh YadavMSP653686Prem Singh ShakyaMBJP332537321149


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Uttar Pradesh General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2014


*Map showing the constituency wise Uttar Pradesh General Election Results 2014.

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Party Wise Elections Result 2014

Party Wise Result 2009

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP71
Indian National CongressINC2
Samajwadi PartySP5
Apna DalAD2
Total 80


Constituency Wise Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
SaharanpurGEN1Raghav LakhanpalBJPImran MasoodINC65,090
KairanaGEN2Hukum SinghBJPNahid HasanSP236,828
MuzaffarnagarGEN3(Dr.) Sanjeev Kumar BalyanBJPKadir RanaBSP401,150
BijnorGEN4Kunwar BhartendraBJPShahnawaz RanaSP205,774
Nagina(SC)5Yashwant SinghBJPYashvir SinghSP92,390
MoradabadGEN6Kunwer Sarvesh KumarBJPDr S T HasanSP87,504
RampurGEN7Dr. Nepal SinghBJPNaseer Ahmad KhanSP23,435
SambhalGEN8Satyapal SinghBJPDr Shafiq- Ur Rahman BarqSP5,174
AmrohaGEN9Kanwar Singh TanwarBJPHumera AkhtarSP158,214
MeerutGEN10Rajendra AgarwalBJPMohd.Shahid AkhlakBSP232,326
BaghpatGEN11Dr. Satya Pal SinghBJPGhulam MohammedSP209,866
GhaziabadGEN12Vijay Kumar SinghBJPRaj BabbarINC567,260
Gautam Buddha NagarGEN13Dr.Mahesh SharmaBJPNarendra BhatiSP280,212
Bulandshahr(SC)14Bhola SinghBJPPradeep Kumar JatavBSP421,973
AligarhGEN15Satish KumarBJPDr. Arvind Kumar SinghBSP286,736
Hathras(SC)16Rajesh Kumar DiwakerBJPManoj Kumar SoniBSP326,386
MathuraGEN17Hema MaliniBJPJayant ChaudharyRLD330,743
Agra(SC)18Dr. Ram Shankar KatheriaBJPNarayan Singh SumanBSP300,263
Fatehpur SikriGEN19BabulalBJPSeema UpadhyayBSP173,106
FirozabadGEN20Akshay YadavSPProf. S.P. Singh BaghelBJP114,059
MainpuriGEN21Mulayam Singh YadavSPShatrughan Singh ChauhanBJP364,666
EtahGEN22Rajveer Singh (Raju Bhaiya)BJPKu. Devendra Singh YadavSP201,001
BadaunGEN23Dharmendra YadavSPVagish PathakBJP166,347
AonlaGEN24Dharmendra KumarBJPKunwar Sarvraj SinghSP138,429
BareillyGEN25Santosh Kumar GangwarBJPAyesha IslamSP240,685
PilibhitGEN26Maneka Sanjay GandhiBJPBudhsen VermaSP307,052
Shahjahanpur(SC)27Krishna RajBJPUmed Singh KashyapBSP235,529
KheriGEN28Ajay KumarBJPArvind GiriBSP110,274
DhaurahraGEN29RekhaBJPDaud AhmadBSP125,675
SitapurGEN30Rajesh VermaBJPKaiser JahanBSP51,027
Hardoi(SC)31Anshul VermaBJPShive Prasad VermaBSP81,343
Misrikh(SC)32Anju BalaBJPAshok Kumar RawatBSP87,363
UnnaoGEN33Swami Sachchidanand Hari SakshiBJPArun Shankar ShuklaSP310,173
Mohanlalganj(SC)34Kaushal KishoreBJPR.K ChaudharyBSP145,416
LucknowGEN35Raj Nath SinghBJPProf. Rita Bahuguna JoshiINC272,749
Rae BareliGEN36Sonia GandhiINCAjay AgrawalBJP352,713
AmethiGEN37Rahul GandhiINCSmriti Zubin IraniBJP107,903
SultanpurGEN38Feroze Varun GandhiBJPPawan PandeyBSP178,902
PratapgarhGEN39Kuwar Harivansh SinghADAsif Nizamuddin SiddiqueBSP168,222
FarrukhabadGEN40Mukesh RajputBJPRameshwar Singh YadavSP150,502
Etawah(SC)41Ashok Kumar DohareyBJPPremdas KateriyaSP172,946
KannaujGEN42Dimple YadavSPSubrat PathakBJP19,907
KanpurGEN43Dr.Murli Manohar JoshiBJPSriprakash JaiswalINC222,946
AkbarpurGEN44Devendra Singh (Bhole Singh)BJPAnil Shukla WarsiBSP278,997
Jalaun(SC)45Bhanu Pratap Singh VermaBJPBrijlal KhabriBSP287,202
JhansiGEN46Uma BharatiBJPDr. Chandrapal Singh YadavSP190,467
HamirpurGEN47Kunwar Pushpendra Singh ChandelBJPBishambhar Prasad NishadSP266,788
BandaGEN48Bhairon Prasad MishraBJPR. K. Singh PatelBSP115,788
FatehpurGEN49Niranjan JyotiBJPAfzal SiddiquiBSP187,206
Kaushambi(SC)50Vinod Kumar SonkarBJPShailendra KumarSP42,847
PhulpurGEN51Keshav Prasad MauryaBJPDharam Raj Singh PatelSP308,308
AllahabadGEN52Shyama Charan GuptaBJPKunwar Rewati Raman Singh Alias ManiSP62,009
Barabanki(SC)53Priyanka Singh RawatBJPP. L. PuniaINC211,878
FaizabadGEN54Lallu SinghBJPMitrasen YadavSP282,775
Ambedkar NagarGEN55Hari Om PandeyBJPRakesh PandeyBSP139,429
Bahraich(SC)56Sadhvi Savitri Bai FooleBJPShabbir AhmadSP95,645
KaiserganjGEN57Brij Bhusan Sharan SinghBJPVinod Kumar Alias Pandit SinghSP78,218
ShravastiGEN58Daddan MishraBJPAtiq AhmadSP85,913
GondaGEN59Kirti Vardhan SinghBJPNandita ShuklaSP160,416
DomariyaganjGEN60Jagdambika PalBJPMuhammad MuqeemBSP103,588
BastiGEN61Harish Chandra Alias Harish DwivediBJPBrij Kishor Singh (Dimpal)SP33,562
Sant Kabir NagarGEN62Sharad TripathiBJPBhism Shankar Alias Kushal TiwariBSP97,978
MaharajganjGEN63PankajBJPKashi Nath ShuklaBSP240,458
GorakhpurGEN64AdityanathBJPRajmati NishadSP312,783
Kushi NagarGEN65Rajesh Pandey Urf GudduBJPKunwar Ratanjit Pratap Narain SinghINC85,540
DeoriaGEN66Kalraj MishraBJPNiyaj AhmadBSP265,386
Bansgaon(SC)67Kamlesh PaswanBJPSadal PrasadBSP189,516
Lalganj(SC)68Neelam SonkarBJPBechai SarojSP63,086
AzamgarhGEN69Mulayam Singh YadavSPRamakant YadavBJP63,204
GhosiGEN70Harinarayan RajbharBJPDara Singh ChauhanBSP146,015
SalempurGEN71Ravindra KushawahaBJPRavi Shanker Singh (Pappu)BSP232,342
BalliaGEN72Bharat SinghBJPNeeraj ShekharSP139,434
JaunpurGEN73Krishna Pratap (K.P.)BJPSubhash PandeyBSP146,310
Machhlishahr(SC)74Ram Charitra NishadBJPBholanath Alias B.P. SarojBSP172,155
GhazipurGEN75Manoj SinhaBJPSmt Shivkanya KushwahaSP32,452
ChandauliGEN76Dr Mahendra Nath PandeyBJPAnil Kumar MauryaBSP156,756
VaranasiGEN77Narendra ModiBJPArvind KejriwalAAP371,784
BhadohiGEN78Virendra SinghBJPRakesh Dhar TripathiBSP158,039
MirzapurGEN79Anupriya Singh PatelADSamudra BindBSP219,079
Robertsganj(SC)80ChhotelalBJPSharada PrasadBSP190,486


2014 Lok Sabha Election Result Analysis for Uttar Pradesh

The results of the 2014 Lok Sabha Elections for the state of Uttar Pradesh have been the most dramatic and unexpected:

Seat Break-up:

Total seats: 80
  • BJP: 71 seats (Total vote %: 42.3)
  • Samajwadi Party: 5 seats (Total vote %: 22.2)
  • Congress: 2 seats (Total vote %: 7.5)
  • Apna Dal: 2 seats (Total vote %: 1.0)
  • BSP: 0 seats (Total vote %: 19.6)

In the run up to India's most significant Lok Sabha elections till date, the political atmosphere was charged with all parties stoking age old phobias, in search of a winning formula. This election was expected to be polarized along caste and communal lines and all parties went out to push their agenda, on expected lines. The Samajwadi Party tried to continue to push their traditional Muslim support base, despite the poor handling of the Muzzafarnagar riots and its affected people and followed up with a last-minute push in the Bundelkhand region, to get support of the backward classes there, with belated plans for development of the region. The ploy failed and the results show the rejection of the Samajwadi Party, across the state.

The Congress tried its best to raise the fear factor against both Modi and the BJP, which had worked in the past but was way past its time, in these elections. The voters have out rightly rejected this position and voted in unison for the BJP.

Credit has to go to Amit Shah of the BJP, who was brought in to spearhead the strategic campaign in India's most politically important state of U.P. The task was challenging, as the BJP did not seem to have a winning agenda other than projecting Narendra Modi, another outsider, as the hope for transforming both U.P and India. The results show that the plan worked almost to perfection. BJP was successful in gauging the public mood, both at the local and national level.

The dramatic results show a complete redefining of the political mechanics that have worked in U.P. The earlier vote banks of Muslims and backward classes that was traditionally with the Congress, have decisively voted for the BJP and has amply demonstrated that the people will not buy into old cliches anymore. They want development, jobs, infrastructure and security and the people have voted for the BJP to give them a chance in providing just that.

Will the BJP live up to the expectation? That remains to be seen but they have the best chance to re-invent themselves, as a serious national party that is stable and viable option to the Congress.

A fallout of these elections has been the emergence of a new power centre within the BJP and the same is very visible. The rise of Amit Shah who masterminded the BJP campaign in U.P, despite being a complete outsider, along with, Rajnath Singh, will now hold the real power within the BJP, displacing the earlier power centers of Advani, Arun Jaitley and Sushma Swaraj.

Some critical Constituency Result Analysis:

Varanasi

Won: Narendra Modi, BJP: 581022 votes
Lost: Arvind Kejriwal, AAP: 209238 votes
Lost: Ajay Rai, INC: 75614 votes
Lost: Vijay Prakash Jaisawal, BSP: 60579 votes

This constituency was chosen as the flagship constituency to project the battle for U.P and India. Varanasi, has been a traditional stronghold of the BJP which has been nurtured over the years by Murli Manohar Joshi.

In the run up to the selection of Narendra Modi, as the Prime Ministerial candidate for the BJP, the internal dissensions between the old guard led by LK Advani, Murli Manohar Joshi and Sushma Swaraj and the new brigade led by Rajnath Singh, Arun Jaitley and Nitin Gadkari, came out in the open. The new guard got the backing of the Sangh Parivar and Narendra Modi was to be the chosen one. Once this was decided, the internal strategy team led by Rajnath Singh and Amit Shah decided that Narendra Modi should stand from Varanasi, in addition to Vadodara, in Gujarat.

Despite strong resistance from Murli Manohar Joshi, he was asked to make way for Narendra Modi and this became the most highlighted battleground for the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. In the run-up to the election, the Aam Aadmi Party led by Arvind Kejriwal, was goaded by internal pressure and media hype, to take on Narendra Modi in his new home ground. It was projected to be a fight between David and Goliath, with the Congress offering tacit support to Kejriwal.

Narendra Modi has won, as was expected, but Arvind Kejriwal's strategy to emerge as a David that took on the giant, may not emerge as a gainer at all. He has been marginalized. Ajay Rai of the Congress was never a real challenge, anyway.

Amethi

Won: Rahul Gandhi, INC: 408651 votes
Lost: Smriti Irani, BJP: 300748 votes
Lost: Dharmendra Pratap Singh, BSP: 57716 votes
Lost: Dr Kumar Vishwas, AAP: 25,527 votes

This was the next most watched constituency in the country, as Rahul Gandhi was to re-affirm his hold in his home constituency. He was challenged by Smriti Irani of the BJP, who was a late entrant to Amethi and was seen as being positioned to mainly draw attention away from Rahul Gandhi rather than offer a serious challenge. To join the party, came Kumar Vishwas of AAP, with his much publicized media hype of challenging the 'dynasty in their home ground' line.

AAP was supposed to be a game spoiler for in Amethi for both Rahul and Smriti. In the early counting stage, the result showed that it was Smriti Irani who was closest to pulling off a surprise victory against Rahul Gandhi, but as the counting progressed the gap increased to a comfortable 107903 vote margin of Rahul Gandhi. But the message was loud and clear. Rahul did not have the magic or charisma, as earlier and the voters haven't taken kindly to the lack of development in the area.

Rae Bareli

Won: Sonia Gandhi, INC: 526434 votes
Lost: Ajay Agarwal, BJP: 173721 votes
Lost: Pravesh Singh, BSP: 63633 votes
Lost: Archana Srivastava. AAP: 10383 votes

Sonia Gandhi's campaign had the likes of Capt. Satish Sharma overseeing her work in both Rae Bareli and Amethi areas for Rahul Gandhi. He has been working and nurturing the territory for the family and has been the one to take investment initiatives to attract businesses to invest there.

Sonia was not expected to face a major challenge to her base as the run up to the elections was controversial for the party with the series of scams and inflation causing major disillusionment amongst the voter base. With the party high command not taking any chances, they unleashed a strong focused campaign in the region.

Ajay Agarwal of the BJP did give a fight but that was not good enough. Given the disastrous performance of the Congress and UPA, nationally, questions regarding her leadership is likely to be raised. It remains to be seen how the Congress re-invents itself from here on, if at all.

Lucknow

Won: Rajnath Singh, BJP: 561106 votes
Lost: Rita Bahuguna Joshi, INC: 288357 votes
Lost: Nakul Dubey, BSP: 64449 votes
Lost: Abhishek Mishra, SP: 56771 votes

This was to be another clash of personalities with the UPCC Chief, Rita Bahuguna Joshi fighting off the challenger from BJP, Rajnath Singh. Lucknow is a key constituency for both U.P and the central politics and it was Rita Bahuguna Joshi's role to take the lead in consolidating the Congress fight in the area. As with the Congress party high command, Rita was in denial of the Modi wave and completely missed reading the people's mood.

She was very vocal in her belief that Allahabad and Phulpur constituency would be won by her nominated candidates, Nand Gopal Gupta Nandi and Mohd. Kaif, former cricketer, respectively.

Nandi could garner only 102453 votes against the eventual winner in Allahabad, Shyama Charan Gupta of the BJP, who polled 313772 votes. In Phulpur constituency, Mohd Kaif fared poorly getting only 58,147 votes against the eventual winner from BJP, Keshav Prasad Maurya, who won with 503564 votes.

Azamgarh

Won: Mulayam Singh Yadav, SP: 340306 votes
Lost: Ramakant Yadav, BJP: 277102 votes
Lost: Shah Alam Alias Guddu Jamali, BSP: 266528 votes
Lost: Arvind Kumar Jaiswal, INC: 17950 votes

Mulayam Singh Yadav, the three time Chief Minister and father of the current Chief Minister, Akhilesh Yadav, has won from both Azamgarh and Mainpuri constituencies. In Azamgarh, he beat the nearest rival from BJP, Ramakant Yadav by 63204 votes.


In Mainpuri, constituency, Mulayam Singh Yadav won the seat getting 595918 votes. His nearest rival there was Shatrughan Singh Chauhan of the BJP, who could muster only 231252 votes.

While, the Yadav family has been able to hold on to their respective seats, the poor showing of Samajwadi Party in U.P and other states, puts a serious question mark on the party's traditional strategy of vote bank politics. His aspirations of leading the Third Front as the potential Prime Ministerial candidate has all but disappeared. With just 5 seats nationally, Samajwadi Party has been marginalized in central politics.

Ghaziabad

Won: (Gen) V.K. Singh, BJP: 758482 votes
Lost: Raj Babbar, INC: 191222 votes
Lost: Mukul, BSP: 173085 votes
Lost: Sudhan Kumar, S.P: 106984 votes
Lost: Shazia Ilmi Malik, AAP: 89147 votes

The fight for Ghaziabad constituency got spiced with V.K.Singh, ex-Army Chief, being nominated by the BJP and the high profile AAP candidate, Shazia Ilmi joining the fight. Given the fact that AAP did so well in Delhi and the close proximity to Ghaziabad, it was expected to be a strong base for Shazia to give V.K.Singh a serious fight. The results ended in Shazia getting a paltry 89147 votes against V.K.Singh's 758482.

V.K.Singh's gamble in joining the BJP has paid off and his winning will portend well for representing the voice of the defence forces, in the political establishment. It is expected that V.K.Singh may play a significant role in defence acquisition plans and modernization of the armed forces that he initiated during his tenure as the Army Chief.

Mathura

Won: Hema Malini, BJP: 574633 votes
Lost: Jayant Chaudhary, RLD: 243890 votes
Lost: Pt. Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi, BSP: 173572 votes
Lost: Chandan Singh, SP: 36673 votes

Hema Malini was the reluctant outsider who hesitated to fight from Mathura given the fact that she had absolutely no base or connection with the place or its people. But the BJP prevailed on her with the assurance that their base in the area was strong and she could consolidate on that base with star power to emerge a winner. The strategy worked and Hema has won the seat defeating the RLD candidate, Jayant Chaudhary by 330743 votes. 1953 voters opted for the newly introduced NOTA (None of the above) option.

Farrukhabad

Won: Mukesh Rajput, BJP: 406195 votes
Lost: Rameshwar Singh Yadav, S.P: 255693 votes
Lost: Jaiveer Singh, BSP: 114521 votes
Lost: Salman Khurshid, INC: 95543 votes

Salman Khurshid, the sitting Minister for External Affairs has been decimated in his own home ground. This is in line with the anti-incumbency wave against the UPA and coupled with the Modi wave that is sweeping the nation. The difference of 310652 votes between Salman Khurshid and the winning candidate from the BJP, Mukesh Rajput is reflective of the people's mood and the electorate has been unforgiving.


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Uttar Pradesh Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Uttar Pradesh20091SaharanpurGENRana, Shri Jagdish Singh MBSP354807Rasheed MasoodMSP269934
Uttar Pradesh20092KairanaGENHasan, Begum Tabassum FBSP283259Hukum SinghMBJP260796
Uttar Pradesh20093MuzaffarnagarGENRana, Shri Kadir MBSP275318Anuradha ChaudharyMRLD254720
Uttar Pradesh20094BijnorGENChauhan, Shri Sanjay Singh MRLD244587Shahid SiddiquiMBSP216157
Uttar Pradesh20095Nagina(SC)Singh, Shri Yashvir MSP234815Ram Kishan SinghMBSP175127
Uttar Pradesh20096MoradabadGENAzharuddin, Shri Mohammed MINC301283Kunwar Sarvesh Kumar Alias RakeshMBJP252176
Uttar Pradesh20097RampurGENNahata, Smt. P. Jaya Prada FSP230724Begum Noor Bano Urf Mehtab Zamani BegumMBJP199793
Uttar Pradesh20098SambhalGENBarq, Shri Shafiqur Rahman MBSP207422Iqbal MehmoodMSP193958
Uttar Pradesh20099AmrohaGENNagpal, Shri Devendra MRLD283182Mehboob AliMSP191099
Uttar Pradesh200910MeerutGENAgrawal, Shri Rajendra MBJP232137Malook NagarMBSP184991
Uttar Pradesh200911BaghpatGENSingh, Shri Ajit MRLD238638Mukesh SharmaMBSP175611
Uttar Pradesh200912GhaziabadGENSingh, Shri Rajnath MBJP359637Surendra Prakash GoelMINC268956
Uttar Pradesh200913Gautam Buddha NagarGENNagar, Shri Surendra Singh MBSP245613Mahesh Kumar SharmaMBJP229709
Uttar Pradesh200914Bulandshahr(SC)Balmiki, Shri Kamlesh MSP236257Ashok Kumar PradhanMBJP170192
Uttar Pradesh200915AligarhGENChauhan, Smt. Raj Kumari FBSP193444Zafar AlamMSP176887
Uttar Pradesh200916Hathras(SC)Baghel, Smt. Sarika Devendra Singh FRLD247927Rajendra KumarMBSP211075
Uttar Pradesh200917MathuraGENChaudhary, Shri Jayant MRLD379870Shyam Sunder SharmaMBSP210257
Uttar Pradesh200918Agra(SC)Ram Shankar, Prof.(Dr.) MBJP203697Kunwar Chand (Vakil)MBSP193982
Uttar Pradesh200919Fatehpur SikriGENUpadhyay, Smt. Seema FBSP209466Raj BabbarMINC199530
Uttar Pradesh200920FirozabadGENAkhilesh YadavMINC287011Prof. S.P. Singh BaghelMBSP219710
Uttar Pradesh2009 By PollsFirozabadGENRaj BabbarMINC312728Dimple YadavFSP227385
Uttar Pradesh200921MainpuriGENYadav, Shri Mulayam Singh MSP392308Vinay ShakyaMBSP219239
Uttar Pradesh200922EtahGENSingh, Shri Kalyan MIND275717Kunwar Devendra Singh YadavMBSP147449
Uttar Pradesh200923BadaunGENYadav, Shri Dharmendra MSP233744Dharam Yadav Urf D. P.YadavMBSP201202
Uttar Pradesh200924AonlaGENGandhi, Smt. Maneka FBJP216503Dharmendra KumarMSP208822
Uttar Pradesh200925BareillyGENAron, Shri Praveen Singh. MINC220976Santosh GangwarMBJP211638
Uttar Pradesh200926PilibhitGENGandhi, Shri Feroze Varun MBJP419539V. M. SinghMINC138038
Uttar Pradesh200927Shahjahanpur(SC)Mithlesh Kumar, Shri MSP257033Sunita SinghMBSP186454
Uttar Pradesh200928KheriGENNaqvi, Shri Zafar Ali MINC184982Iliyas AzmiMBSP176205
Uttar Pradesh200929DhaurahraGENPrasada, Shri Jitin MINC391391Rajesh Kumar Singh Alias Rajesh VermaMBSP206882
Uttar Pradesh200930SitapurGENJahan, Smt. Kaisar FBSP241106Mahendra Singh VermaMSP221474
Uttar Pradesh200931Hardoi(SC)Verma, Smt. Usha FSP294030Ram Kumar KurilMBSP201095
Uttar Pradesh200932Misrikh(SC)Rawat, Shri Ashok Kumar MBSP207627Shyam PrakashMSP184335
Uttar Pradesh200933UnnaoGENTandon, Smt. Annu FINC475476ArunshankarshuklaMBSP173384
Uttar Pradesh200934Mohanlalganj(SC)Saroj, Smt. Sushila FSP256367Jai PrakashMBSP179772
Uttar Pradesh200935LucknowGENTandon, Shri Lal Ji MBJP204028Rita Bahuguna JoshiFINC163127
Uttar Pradesh200936Rae BareliGENGandhi, Smt. Sonia FINC481490R.S.KushwahaMBSP109325
Uttar Pradesh200937AmethiGENGandhi, Shri Rahul MINC464195Asheesh ShuklaMBSP93997
Uttar Pradesh200938SultanpurGENSinh, Dr. Sanjay MINC300411Mohd.TahirMBSP201632
Uttar Pradesh200939PratapgarhGENSingh, Rajkumari Ratna FINC169137Prof. Shivakant OjhaMBSP139358
Uttar Pradesh200940FarrukhabadGENKhurshid, Shri Salman MINC169351Naresh Chandra AgrawalMBSP142152
Uttar Pradesh200941Etawah(SC)Katheria, Shri Premdas MSP278776GaurishankerMBSP232030
Uttar Pradesh200942KannaujGENAkhilesh Yadav MSP337751Dr. Mahesh Chandra VermaMBSP221887
Uttar Pradesh2012 By PollsKannaujGENDimple YadavFSP Uncontested   
Uttar Pradesh200943KanpurGENJaiswal, Shri Sriprakash MINC214988Sukhda MishraMBJP196082
Uttar Pradesh200944AkbarpurGENPal, Shri Raja Ram MINC192549Anil Shukla WarsiMBSP160506
Uttar Pradesh200945Jalaun(SC)Anuragi, Shri Ghanshyam MSP283023Tilak Chandra AhirwarMSC271614
Uttar Pradesh200946JhansiGENJain Aditya , Shri Pradeep Kumar MINC252712Ramesh Kumar SharmaMBSP205042
Uttar Pradesh200947HamirpurGENSingh, Shri Vijay Bahadur MBSP199143Siddha Gopal SahuMINC173641
Uttar Pradesh200948BandaGENPatel, Shri R.K. Singh MSP240948Bhairon Prasad MishraMBSP206355
Uttar Pradesh200949FatehpurGENSachan, Shri Rakesh MSP218953Mahendra Prasad NishadMBSP166725
Uttar Pradesh200950Kaushambi(SC)Kumar, Shri Shailendra MSP246501Girish Chandra PasiMBSP190712
Uttar Pradesh200951PhulpurGENKarwariya, Shri Kapil Muni MBSP167542Shyama Charan GuptaMSP152964
Uttar Pradesh200952AllahabadGENSingh, Kunwar Rewati Raman MSP209431Ashok Kumar BajpaiMBSP174511
Uttar Pradesh200953Barabanki(SC)Punia, Shri P.L. MINC328418Ram SagarMSP160505
Uttar Pradesh200954FaizabadGENKhatri, Dr. Nirmal MINC211543MitrasenMSP157315
Uttar Pradesh200955Ambedkar NagarGENPandey, Shri Rakesh MBSP259487Shankhlal MajhiMSP236751
Uttar Pradesh200956Bahraich(SC)Kishor, Shri Kamal MINC160005Lal Mani PrasadMBSP121052
Uttar Pradesh200957KaiserganjGENSingh, Shri Brijbhushan Sharan MSP196063Surendra Nath AwasthiMBSP123864
Uttar Pradesh200958ShrawastiGENPandey, Dr. Vinay Kumar "Vinnu" MINC201556Rizvan ZaheerMBSP159527
Uttar Pradesh200959GondaGENVerma, Shri Beni Prasad MINC155675Kirti Vardhan Singh (Raja Bhaiya)MBSP132000
Uttar Pradesh200960DomariyaganjGENPal , Shri Jagdambika MINC229872Jai Pratap SinghMBJP153306
Uttar Pradesh200961BastiGENChaudhary, Shri Arvind Kumar MBSP268666Raj Kishor SinghMSP163456
Uttar Pradesh200962Sant Kabir NagarGENTiwari , Shri Bhismshankar Alias Kushal MBSP211043Bhal Chandra YadavMSP171045
Uttar Pradesh200963MaharajganjGENVardhan, Shri Harsh MINC305474Ganesh Shanker PandeyMBSP181846
Uttar Pradesh200964GorakhpurGENAdityanath , Shri Yogi MBJP403156Vinay Shankar TiwariMBSP182885
Uttar Pradesh200965Kushi NagarGENSingh, Shri Ratanjit Pratap Narain MINC223954Swami Prasad MauryaMBSP202860
Uttar Pradesh200966DeoriaGENJaiswal, Shri Gorakh Prasad MBSP219889Shri Prakash Mani TripathiMBJP178110
Uttar Pradesh200967Bansgaon(SC)Paswan, Shri Kamlesh MBJP223011Shree Nath JiMBSP170224
Uttar Pradesh200968Lalganj(SC)Baliram, Dr. MBSP207998Neelam SonkarMBJP168050
Uttar Pradesh200969AzamgarhGENYadav, Shri Ramakant MBJP247648Akbar Ahmad DumpyMBSP198609
Uttar Pradesh200970GhosiGENChauhan, Shri Dara Singh MBSP220695Arshad Jamal AnsariMSP159750
Uttar Pradesh200971SalempurGENRajbhar, Shri Ramashankar MBSP175088Dr. Bhola PandeyMINC156783
Uttar Pradesh200972BalliaGENShekhar, Shri Neeraj MSP276649Sangram Singh YadavMBSP204094
Uttar Pradesh200972JaunpurGENSingh, Shri Dhananjay MBSP302618Paras Nath YadavaMSP222267
Uttar Pradesh200974Machhlishahr(SC)Saroj, Shri Tufani MSP223152Kamla Kant GautamMBSP198846
Uttar Pradesh200975GhazipurGENSingh, Shri Radhe Mohan MSP379233Afzal AnsariMBSP309924
Uttar Pradesh200976ChandauliGENRamkishun, Shri MSP180114Kailash Nath Singh YadavMBSP179655
Uttar Pradesh200977VaranasiGENJoshi, Dr. Murli Manohar MBJP203122Mukhtar AnsariMBSP185911
Uttar Pradesh200978BhadohiGENPandey, Shri Gorakh Nath MBSP195808Chhotelal BindMSP182845
Uttar Pradesh200979MirzapurGENPatel, Shri Bal Kumar MSP218898Anil Kumar MauryaMBSP199216
Uttar Pradesh200980Robertsganj(SC)Lal, Shri Pakauri MSP216478Ram Chandra TyagiMBSP166219


 

Uttar Pradesh Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1Bijnor(SC)Munshiram S/O Sri Ramcharan SinghMRLD301599Ghan Shyam Chandr KharwarMBSP221424
2AmrohaGENHarish NagpalMIND287522Mahmood MadniMRLD269638
3MoradabadGENDr. Shafiqurrahman BarqMSP218079Chandra Vijay Singh Urf Baby RajaMBJP182239
4RampurGENP. Jaya Prada NahataFSP289390Bagum Noor Bano Alias Mehtab Zamani BegumMINC203916
5SambhalGENPro. Ram Gopal YadavMSP357049Tarannum AqeelMBSP158988
6BudaunGENSaleem Iqbal ShervaniMSP265713Brijpal Singh ShakyaMBJP214391
7AonlaGENKunwar Sarvraj SinghMJD(U)153322Rajveer SinghMSP146451
8BareillyGENSantosh Kumar GangwarMBJP269651Akbar Ahmed DempiMBSP210007
9PilibhitGENManeka GandhiFBJP255615Satyapal GangwarMSP152895
10ShahjahanpurGENKunwar Jitin PrasadMINC220763Ram Murti Singh VermaMSP138931
11KheriGENRavi Prakash VermaMSP224602Daud AhmadMBSP212842
12ShahabadGENIliyas AzmiMBSP210171Satya Dev SinghMBJP163802
13SitapurGENRajesh VermaMBSP171733Mukhtar AneesMSP166499
14Misrikh(SC)Ashok Kumar RawatMBSP207062Sushila SarojMSP187659
15Hardoi(SC)Usha VarmaFSP203445Shiv Prasad VermaMBSP164242
16LucknowGENAtal Bihari VajpayeeMBJP324714Madhu GuptaMSP106339
17Mohanlalganj(SC)Jai PrakashMSP148578Radhe LalMBSP146010
18UnnaoGENBrajesh PathakMBSP178366Deepak KumarMSP160605
19Rae BareliGENSonia GandhiFINC378107Ashok Kumar SinghMSP128342
By PollsRae BareliGENSonia Gandhi FINC474891Raj Kumar MSP57003
20PratapgarhGENAkshay Pratap Singh "Gopal Ji"MSP238137Rajkumari Ratna SinghMINC168865
21AmethiGENRahul GandhiMINC390179Chandra Parkash Mishra MatiyariMBSP99326
22SultanpurGENMohd. TahirMBSP261564Shailendra Pratap SinghMSP159754
23Akbarpur(SC)Maya WatiFBSP325019Shankh Lal ManjhiMSP266750
By PollsAkbarpurGENShankhlal Majhi MSP352159Tribhuvan Dutt MBSP255759
24FaizabadGENMitrasenMBSP207285Lallu SinghMBJP173799
25Barabanki(SC)Kamla PrasadMBSP196370Ram SagarMSP175448
26KaiserganjGENBeni Prasad VermaMSP219920Arif Mohammad KhanMBJP207260
27BahraichGENRubab SayedaFSP188949Bhagat Ram MishraMBSP162615
28BalrampurGENBrij Bhushan Sharan SinghMBJP270941Rizwan Zaheer Alias Rijju BhayaMBSP218328
29GondaGENKirti Vardhan Singh Alias Raja BhaiyaMSP251947Ghan Shyam ShuklaMBJP214949
30Basti(SC)Lal Mani PrasadMBSP155223Sriram ChauhanMBJP129849
31DomariyaganjGENMohd. MuqueemMBSP202544Jagdambika PalMINC149642
32KhalilabadGENBhalchandra YadavaMBSP234712Bhishma Shankar Tiwari Alias Kushal TiwariMSP207689
By PollsKhalilabadGENBhishma Shanker Alias Kushal Tiwari MBSP218393Bhal Chandra Yadav MSP153761
33Bansgaon(SC)Mahaveer PrasadMINC180388Sadal PrasadMBSP163947
34GorakhpurGENAditya NathMBJP353647Jamuna NishadMSP211608
35MaharajganjGENPankajMBJP228702Akhilesh SinghMSP163903
36PadraunaGENBaleshwar YadavMNLP206850Kunwar Ratanjeet Pratap Narayan SinghMINC198428
37DeoriaGENMohan SinghMSP237664Sriprakash ManiMBJP185438
38SalempurGENHarikeval PrasadMSP195570Bhola PandeyMINC179317
39BalliaGENChandra ShekharMSJP(R)270136Kapildeo YadavMBSP189082
By PollsBalliaGENNeeraj Shekhar MSP295736Vinay Shankar Tewari MBSP164450
40GhosiGENChandradeo Prasad RajbharMSP201468Bal KrishnaMBSP180456
41AzamgarhGENRamakant YadavMBSP258216Durga Prasad YadavMSP251248
By PollsAzamgarhGENAkbar Ahamad Dampi MBSP227341Ramakant Yadav MBJP173089
42Lalganj(SC)Daroga Prasad SarojMSP283473Dr. BaliramMBSP240742
43MachhlishahrGENUmakant YadavMBSP237438Chandra Nath SinghMSP182056
44JaunpurGENParasnath YadavaMSP219614Om Prakash Dubey (Baba Dubey)MBSP192489
45Saidpur(SC)Tufani SarojMSP231989R A PrasadMBSP202179
46GhazipurGENAfajal AnsariMSP415687ManojMBJP188910
47ChandauliGENKailash Nath Singh YadavMBSP204625Anand Ratna MauryaMSP202956
48VaranasiGENDr. Rajesh Kumar MishraMINC206904Shankar Prasad JaiswalMBJP149468
49Robertsganj(SC)LalchandraMBSP189521Pakauri LalMSP179159
By PollsRobertsganj(SC) Bhai Lal MBSP219601Pakaudi Lal MSP219262
50MirzapurGENNarendra Kumar KushwahaMBSP201942Veerendra SinghMBJP165530
By PollsMirzapurGENRamesh Dubey MBSP233482Ram Rati Bind MSP193652
51PhulpurGENAtique AhamadMSP265432Keshari Devi PatelMBSP201085
52AllahabadGENKunwar Rewati Raman Singh Urf Mani JiMSP234008Dr. Murali Manohar JoshiMBJP205625
53Chail(SC)Shailendra KumarMSP196206VachaspatiMBSP195576
54FatehpurGENMahendra Prasad NishadMBSP163568Achal SinghMSP111000
55BandaGENShyama Charan GuptMSP185099Ram SajeewanMBSP128795
56HamirpurGENRajnarayan Alias Rajju MahrajMSP220917Ashok Kumar Singh ChandelMBSP183763
57JhansiGENChandrapal Singh YadavMSP238782Babu Lal KushwahaMBSP212483
58Jalaun(SC)Bhanu Pratap Singh VermaMBJP195228Ghanshyam KoriMSP168437
59Ghatampur(SC)Radhey Shyam KoriMSP160117Pyarelal SankhwarMBSP149805
60BilhaurGENRaja Ram PalMBSP223195Lal Singh TomarMSP198793
By PollsBilhaurGENAnil Shukla Warsi MBSP229123Lal Singh Tomer MSP203111
61KanpurGENShriprakash JaiswalMINC211109Satya Dev PachauriMBJP205471
62EtawahGENRaghuraj Singh ShakyaMSP367807Sarita BhadauriaMBJP177650
63KannaujGENAkhilesh YadavMSP464367Th. Rajesh SinghMBSP156994
64FarrukhabadGENChandra Bhushan Singh (Munnoo Babu)MSP176129Louise KhurshidMINC173384
65MainpuriGENMulayam Singh YadavMSP460470Ashok ShakyaMBSP122600
By PollsMainpuriGENDharmendra Yadav MSP348999Ashok Shakya MBSP169286
66JalesarGENPro. S.P Singh BaghelMSP287091Pratyendra Pal Singh (Pappu Bhaiya)MBJP181023
67EtahGENKu. Devendra Singh YadavMSP276156Ashok Ratan ShakyaMBJP224821
68Firozabad(SC)Ram Ji Lal SumanMSP212383Kishori Lal MahaurMBJP157595
69AgraGENRaj BabbarMSP243094Murari Lal Mittal FatehpuriaMBJP185752
70MathuraGENManvendra SinghMINC187400Choudhary LaxminarayanMBSP149268
71Hathras(SC)Kishan Lal DilerMBJP175049Ram Vir Singh BhaiyajiMBSP152212
72AligarhGENBijendra SinghMINC167142Sheela GautamMBJP164351
73Khurja(SC)Ashok Kumar PradhanMBJP214701Ravi GautamMBSP173551
74BulandshahrGENKalyan SinghMBJP258284Badrul IslamMRLD241633
75HapurGENSurendra Prakash GoyalMINC235114Ramesh Chand TomarMBJP192751
76MeerutGENMohd. ShahidMBSP252518Malook NagarMRLD183182
77BaghpatGENAjit SinghMRLD353181Aulad AliMBSP132543
78MuzaffarnagarGENCh. Munawwar HasanMSP306225Amarpal SinghMBJP237220
79KairanaGENAnuradha ChoudharyFRLD523923ShahnawazMBSP181509
80SaharanpurGENRasheed MasoodMSP353272Mansoor Ali KhanMBSP326444


     


     

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