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Orissa General Election Results


Orissa General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2019

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*Map showing the constituency wise Orissa General Election Results 2019.

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2019: Winning Status
2019: Candidate List
2014: Winning Party

Lok Sabha Election Result 2019


Odisha Election Result 2019
Constituency NameCandidatePartyWin/ LeadVotes Margin
AskaPramila BisoiBiju Janata DalWin204707
BalasoreShri Pratap SarangiBharatiya Janata PartyWin12956
BargarhShri Suresh PujariBharatiya Janata PartyWin63939
BerhampurChandrasekhar SahuBiju Janata DalWin94844
BhadrakManjulata MandalBiju Janata DalWin28803
BhubaneswarSmt. Aparajita SarangiBharatiya Janata PartyWin23839
BolangirShri Sangeeta Kumari Singh DeoBharatiya Janata PartyWin19516
CuttackBhartruhari MahtabBiju Janata DalWin121201
DhenkanalMahesh SahuBiju Janata DalWin35412
JagatsinghpurDr. Rajshree MalikBiju Janata DalWin271655
JajpurSarmishtha SethiBiju Janata DalWin101693
KalahandiBasanta Kumar PandaBharatiya Janata PartyWin26814
KandhamalAchyutananda SamantaBiju Janata DalWin149216
KendraparaAnubhav MohantyBiju Janata DalWin152584
KeonjharChandrani MurmuBiju Janata DalWin66203
KoraputSaptagiri UlakaIndian National CongressWin3613
MayurbhanjEr Biswesar TuduBharatiya Janata PartyWin25256
NabarangpurRamesh Chandra ManjhiBiju Janata DalWin41634
PuriPinaki MishraBiju Janata DalWin11714
SambalpurShri Nitesh Ganga DebBharatiya Janata PartyWin9162
SundargarhShri Jualo OramBharatiya Janata PartyWin223065

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Party Wise Elections Result 2014

Party Wise Result 2009

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP1
Biju Janata DalBJD20
Total 21


Constituency Wise Orissa Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
BargarhGEN1Prabhas Kumar SinghBJDSubash ChouhanBJP11,178
Sundargarh(ST)2Jual (Juel Oram)BJPDilip Kumar TirkeyBJD18,829
SambalpurGEN3Nagendra Kumar PradhanBJDSuresh PujariBJP30,576
Keonjhar(ST)4Sakuntala LaguriBJDAnanta NayakBJP157,317
Mayurbhanj(ST)5Rama Chandra HansdahBJDNepole Raghu MurmuBJP122,866
BalasoreGEN6Rabindra Kumar JenaBJDPratap Chandra SarangiBJP141,825
Bhadrak(SC)7Arjun Charan SethiBJDSangram Keshari JenaINC179,359
Jajpur(SC)8Rita TaraiBJDAsok DasINC320,271
DhenkanalGEN9Tathagata SatpathyBJDRudra Narayan PanyBJP137,340
BolangirGEN10Kalikesh Narayan Singh DeoBJDSangeeta Kumari Singh DeoBJP104,299
KalahandiGEN11Arka Keshari DeoBJDPradipta Kumar NaikBJP56,347
Nabarangpur(ST)12Balabhadra MajhiBJDPradeep Kumar MajhiINC2,042
KandhamalGEN13Hemendra Chandra SinghBJDHarihar KaranINC181,017
CuttackGEN14Bhartruhari MahatabBJDAparajita MohantyINC306,762
KendraparaGEN15Baijayant PandaBJDDharanidhar NayakINC209,108
Jagatsinghpur(SC)16Kulamani SamalBJDBibhu Prasad TaraiINC276,394
PuriGEN17Pinaki MisraBJDSucharita MohantyINC263,361
BhubaneswarGEN18Prasanna Kumar PatasaniBJDPrithiviraj HarichandanBJP189,477
AskaGEN19Ladu Kishore SwainBJDSrilokanath RathaINC311,997
BerhampurGEN20Sidhant MohapatraBJDChandra Sekhar SahuINC127,720
Koraput(ST)21Jhina HikakaBJDGiridhar GamangINC19,328
Summary of Odisha Election 2014

The general elections were held in the state in two phases for the 21 Lok Sabha seats of the state. The first phase of polling took place on 10 April 2014, while the second phase was conducted on 17 April 2014.

Phase I polling

The polling took place in Odisha for 10 LS seats on 10 April 2014 at 17,223 polling stations. Total 1,35,39,390 electors were eligible, of which 69,33,068 were male and 66,05,744 were female. In total, 98 candidates contested this poll from the state.

TimeVoting Percentage
12:00 PM24%
01:00 PM45%
04:00 PM58%


Phase II polling

On 17 April 2014, the state's second and last phase of general election was conducted for 11 parliamentary constituencies of Odisha. Total 1,53,41,460 electors were expected to cast their ballot; however, 73.4% turnout was registered at the 18,673 polling stations on the day of polling, which will decide the fate of 98 candidates. The Election Commission made arrangements at 329 booths to webcast the election process.

Total turnout: 73.40% (11 seats)

TimeVoting Percentage
10:00 AM15%
02:00 PM45%
04:30 PM58%


Re-polling in three districts

Following incidents of violence on the day of polling, the EC had ordered polling to be re-conducted on 25 April 2014 at nine polling booths in state's three parliamentary constituencies. The turnout witnessed during re-polling was nearly 80%. To keep a check on unexpected developments, web cameras were installed at all the polling booths.

Participation of women

Total 1,39,87,183 females were eligible to cast their vote this election season, of which 74.62% turned up to ballot. However, the female turnout was higher than the male polling percentage (72.53%).

Reference:
  • Chief Electoral Officer, Odisha
  • Election Commission of India
  • Press Information Bureau
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Orissa Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Orissa20091BargarhGENBhoi, Shri Sanjay MINC397375Dr. Hamid HussainMBJD298931
Orissa20092Sundargarh(ST)Biswal, Shri Hemanand MINC280054Jual OramMBJP268430
Orissa20093SambalpurGENPradhan, Shri Amarnath MINC304890Rohit PujariMBJD290016
Orissa20094Keonjhar(ST)Laguri, Shri Yashbant Narayan Singh MBJD389104Dhanurjaya SiduMINC262620
Orissa20095Mayurbhanj(ST)Tudu, Shri Laxman MBJD256648Sudam MarndiMJMM190470
Orissa20096BalasoreGENJena, Shri Srikant Kumar MINC313888Arun DeyMNCP274988
Orissa20097Bhadrak(SC)Sethi, Shri Arjun Charan MBJD416808Ananta Prasad SethiMINC361870
Orissa20098Jajpur(SC)Jena, Shri Mohan MBJD433350Amiya Kanta MallikMINC305603
Orissa20099DhenkanalGENSatpathy, Shri Tathagata MBJD398568Chandra Sekhar TripathiMINC211981
Orissa200910BolangirGENSingh Deo, Shri Kalikesh Narayan MBJD430150Narasingha MishraMINC339315
Orissa200911KalahandiGENDas, Shri Bhakta Charan MINC401736Subash Chandra NayakMBJD247699
Orissa200912Nabarangpur(ST)Majhi, Shri Pradeep MINC308307Domburu MajhiMBJD278330
Orissa200913KandhamalGENRay, Shri Rudra Madhab MBJD315314Suzit Kumar PadhiMINC164307
Orissa200914CuttackGENMahtab, Shri Bhartruhari MBJD465089Bibhuti Bhusan MishraMINC228797
Orissa200915KendraparaGENPanda, Shri Baijayant "Jay" MBJD502635Ranjib BiswalMINC375528
Orissa200916Jagatsinghpur(SC)Tarai, Shri Bibhu Prasad MCPI457234Rabindra Kumar SethyMINC380499
Orissa200917PuriGENMisra, Shri Pinaki MBJD436961Debendra Nath MansinghMINC225656
Orissa200918BhubaneswarGENPatasani, Dr. (Prof.) Prasanna Kumar MBJD400472Santosh MohantyMINC147712
Orissa200919AskaGENPradhan, Shri Nityananda MBJD419862Ramachandra RathMINC187028
Orissa200920BerhampurGENMohapatra, Shri Sidhant MBJD319839Chandra Sekhar SahuMINC262552
Orissa200921Koraput(ST)Pangi, Shri Jayaram MBJD312776Giridhar GamangMINC216416


 

Orissa Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1Mayurbhanj(ST)Sudam MarndiMJMM260529Bhagirathi MajhiMBJP252557
2BalasoreGENMahamegha Bahan Aira Kharbela SwainMBJP553087Niranjan PandaMINC316132
3Bhadrak(SC)Arjun Charan SethiMBJD489200Muralidhar JenaMINC394431
4Jajpur(SC)Mohan JenaMBJD452177Amiya Kanta MallikMINC400711
5KendraparaGENArchana NayakFBJD453276Srikant Kumar JenaMINC366433
6CuttackGENBhartruhari MahtabMBJD496750Jayanti PatnaikMINC323552
7JagatsinghpurGENBrahmananda PandaMBJD466383Ranjib BiswalMINC409121
8PuriGENBraja Kishore TripathyMBJD462248Pinaki MisraMINC401288
9BhubaneswarGENPrasanna Kumar PatasaniMBJD437762Soumya Ranjan PatnaikMINC325483
10AskaGENHari Har SwainMBJD381526Ramkrushana PatnaikMINC248924
11BerhampurGENChandra Sekhar SahuMINC355973Anadi SahuMBJP304316
12Koraput(ST)Giridhar GamangMINC334748Papanna MutikaMBJD291481
13Nowrangpur(ST)Parsuram MajhiMBJP359989Chandra Sekhar MajhiMINC335099
14KalahandiGENBikram Keshari DeoMBJP357079Bhakta Charan DasMINC322957
15Phulbani(SC)Sugrib SinghMBJD337951Abhimanyu BeheraMINC318679
16BolangirGENSangeeta Kumari Singh DeoFBJP322912Sarat PattanayakMINC222230
17SambalpurGENPrasanna AcharyaMBJD390556Sanjay BhoiMINC375786
18DeogarhGENDharmendra PradhanMBJP426092Sriballav PanigrahiMINC346996
19DhenkanalGENTathagata SatapathyMBJD423539Kamakhya Prasad SinghdeoMINC300657
20Sundargarh(ST)Jual OramMBJP336562Frida TopnoMINC296886
21Keonjhar(ST)Ananta NayakMBJP355702Nilakantha NayakMINC306493


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