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Mandi Parliamentary Constituency Map and Election Results



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Mandi General Election Result 2014

CandidateParty Votes
Ram Swaroop SharmaBharatiya Janata Party362,824
Pratibha SinghIndian National Congress322,968
Kushal BhardwajCommunist Party of India (Marxist)13,965
Jai Chand ThakurAam Aadmi Party9,359
Lala RamBahujan Samaj Party5,167
Subhash Mohan SnehiIndependent1,928
Bhag Chand RanaIndependent1,868
Puni ChandSamajwadi Party923
Devender DevBahujan Mukti Party901
None of the AboveNone of the Above6,191


Mandi Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results




Mandi Parliamentary Constituency Election 2014 Dates

  • Issue of Notification: 12 April (Saturday)
  • Last Date for filing Nominations:19 April (Saturday)
  • Scrutiny of Nominations: 21 April (Monday)
  • Last date for withdrawal of Candidature: 23 April (Wednesday)
  • Polling Date:7 May (Friday)
  • Counting of Votes:16 May (Friday)
  • Date before which the election shall be Completed:28 May (Wednesday)

List of Winning MP and Runner up from 1962 to till date from Mandi Lok Sabha Constituency



YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1962Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENLalit SenMINC46856Ambika KumariMSWA20600
1967Himachal Pradesh6MandiGENL. SenMINC62596I. SinghMIND28331
1971Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENVirbhadra SinghMINC114957Mandhar Lal MLRP25780
1977Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENGanga SinghMBLD138143Virbhadra SinghMINC102638
1980Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENVir Bahadur SinghMINC(I)166949Ganga SinghMJNP108595
1984Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENSukh RamMINC224146MadhukarMBJP92495
1991Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENSukh RamMINC233380Maheshwar SinghMBJP206753
1996Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENSukh RamMINC328186Adan Singh ThakurMBJP174963
1998Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENMaheshwar SinghMBJP304210Smt.Pratibha SinghMINC172378
1999Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENMaheshwar SinghMBJP325929Kaul SinghMINC194904
2004Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENPratibha SinghFINC357623Maheshwar SinghMBJP291057
2009Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENVirbhadra Singh / Partibha SinghMINC340973Maheshwar SinghMBJP326976
2014Himachal Pradesh2MandiGENRam Swaroop SharmaMINC362,824Pratibha SinghFINC322,968


Assembly Constituencies in Mandi Parliamentary Constituency
BharmourLahaul & SpitiManali
KulluBanjarAnni
KarsogSundernagarNachan
SerajDarangJogindernagar
MandiBalhSarkaghat
RampurKinnaur


  Parliamentary Constituencies in Himachal Pradesh  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Kangra3Hamirpur
2Mandi4Shimla




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