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Phulbani Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results



Phulbani or Phulabani, located in the district of Kandhamal in Orissa, is known for its natural beauty. Surrounded by beautiful hills and sparkling waterfalls, this place is rich in flora and fauna that are definitely worth taking a look.

The Phulbani (SC) Parliamentary Constituency had a population of 33887 as per the census of 2001. Out of the total population, 53% were males and the 47% were females. Mrutyunjya Nayak has won three times from the Phulbani (SC) Parliamentary Constituency in 1980, 1991 and 1996.

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


YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1962Orissa5Phulbani(ST)Rajendra KohorMGP27720Krushna Chandra Dolobehera MINC24445
1967Orissa14Phulbani(SC)A. DipaMSWA64531T. NaikMINC42920
1971Orissa14Phulbani(SC)Boksi NayakMSWA68705Trinath NayakMINC48003
1977Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Sribatcha DigalMBLD97359Bakshi NayakMINC94716
1980Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Mrutyunjaya NayakMINC(I)146336Kalakanhu BaghMJNP(S)67176
1984Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Radha Kanta DigalMINC227667Rajendra NayakMJNP102588
1991Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Mrutyunjaya NayakMINC232517Padmanava BeheraMJD178487
1996Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Mrutyunjya NayakMINC242565Padmanava BeheraMJD208907
1998Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Padmanava BeheraMBJD332786Mrutyunjaya NayakMINC241714
1999Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Padmanava BeheraMBJD357024Mrutyunjaya NayakMINC254809
2004Orissa15Phulbani(SC)Sugrib SinghMBJD337951Abhimanyu BeheraMINC318679


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2Sundargarh13Kandhamal
3Sambalpur14Cuttack
4Keonjhar15Kendrapara
5Mayurbhanj16Jagatsinghpur
6Balasore17Puri
7Bhadrak18Bhubaneswar
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9Dhenkanal20Berhampur
10Bolangir21Koraput
11Kalahandi 




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