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Gyanpur Constituency 2022 Election Results

Constituency No.ConstituencyWinner Candidate Winner PartyRunner Up CandidateRunner Up PartyMargin
393GyanpurVIPUL DUBEYNirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Aam DalRAM KISHORE BINDSamajwadi Party6231

Vijay Mishra of Nirbal Indian Shoshit Hamara Aam Dal (NISHAD) defeated Mahendra Kumar Bind of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) in the Gyanpur Assembly constituency in 2017 by a margin of 20,230 votes. Vijay Mishra is the current Member of the Legislative Assembly (MLA) of the Gyanpur constituency, having received 66,448 votes for NISHAD. This is one of the 403 seats in Uttar Pradesh's Legislative Assembly. In 2017, Uttar Pradesh's Legislative Assembly election, this constituency had a 56.75% voter turnout.

Gyanpur, constituency number 393, is part of the Badhohi district and one of the five assembly constituencies of the Badhohi Lok Sabha constituency. In this Gyanpur constituency, 16 candidates competed in the 2017 Vidhan Sabha: General Elections. Badhohi (Lok Sabha constituency) has five Vidhan Sabha assembly constituencies: Gyanpur, Pratappur, Handia, Badhohi and Aurai.

Here are some further details regarding the Gyanpur constituency seat:

Name of the assembly constituency, district: Gyanpur, Badhohi
Lok Sabha constituency: Badhohi
2017 Candidates: Vijay Mishra (NISHAD), Mahendra Kumar Bind (BJP), Rajesh Kumar Yadav (BSP), and 13 more.
Polling Date: March 08, 2017
Current MLA (2017), Party: Vijay Mishra (NISHAD)
Former MLA (2012), Party: Vijay Kumar (SP)
Won by: 66,448 votes
Winning Margin: 20,230
Total Valid Voters: 2,08,900
Total Electors: 3,68,117
2nd Runner-Up, Party: Mahendra Kumar Bind, (BJP)- (46,218 votes)
3rd Runner-Up, Party: Rajesh Kumar Yadav, (BSP)- (44,319 votes)

Last Updated on : March 13, 2022