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Asthawan Assembly Election 2015 DatesĀ 

Assembly Constituency Number171
Assembly Constituency NameAsthawan
CategoryGEN
PhasesPhase-3
Date of NotificationThu, Oct 1, 15
Last Date of making nominationsThu, Oct 8, 15
Date of ScrutinyFri, Oct 9, 15
Last date for withdrawal of candidaturesMon, Oct 12, 15
Date of PollWed, Oct 28, 15
CountingSun, Nov 8, 15


Candidate List for Asthawan Assembly Election

PartyCandidate
Bahujan Samaj Party ( BSP )Rajkumar
Communist Party of India ( CPI )Satyendra Krishnam
Dalit Samaj Party ( Dalit Samaj Party )Murari Kumar
Independent ( IND )Sanjay Paswan
Independent ( IND )Yugeshwar Manjhi
Independent ( IND )Deoki Paswan
Jan Adhikar Party (Loktantrik) ( JAP(L) )Pramod Narayan Sinha
Janata Dal (United) ( JD(U) )Jitendra Kumar
Lok Jan Shakti Party ( LJP )Chhote Lal Yadav
Nationalist Congress Party ( NCP )Kumar Jayakant
Rastriya Insaaf Party ( RAIP )Md.Kashif Yunus
Samajwadi Party ( SP )Kiran Devi


List of Winning MLA's from Asthawan Till Date



YearA. C. No.ConstituencyCategoryWinnerSexParty
195112AsthawanGENTajuddinMINC
1957160AsthawanGENNand Kishore Pd. SinghMCNPSPJP
1962193AsthawanGENKaushlendra Pd. Narayan SinghMPSP
1967196AsthawanGENB. P. JawaharMINC
1969196AsthawanGENNand Kishore Prasad SinghMJAP
1972196AsthawanGENAyodhya PrasadMNCO
1977193AsthawanGENIndradeo ChaudharyMIND
1980193AsthawanGENAyodhya PrasadMINC(I)
1985193AsthawanGENRaghunath Prasad MIND
1990193AsthawanGENRaghu Ntah Prasad Sharma MIND
1995193AsthawanGENSatish Kumar MIND
2000193AsthawanGENRaghunath Prasad Sharma MIND
Feb 2005175AsthawanGENJitendra KumarMJD(U)
Oct 2005175AsthawanGENJitendra Kumar MJD(U)
2010171AsthawanGENJitendra KumarMJD(U)
2015171AsthawanGENJitendra KumarMJD(U)




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