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West Bengal Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates

StatePhase I (91)Phase II (97)Phase III (115)phaseIV (71)Phase V (51)phase VI (59)Phase VII(59)
West Bengal11/Apr18/Apr23/Apr29/Apr06/May12/May19/May
Arambagh General Election Result 2014

CandidateParty ABBRVotes
Aparupa Poddar (Afrin Ali)All India Trinamool CongressAITC748,764
Saktimohan MalikCommunist Party of India (Marxist)CPI401,919
Madhusudan BagBharatiya Janata PartyBJP158,480
Sambhunath MalikIndian National CongressINC27,872
Ganesh BagJharkhand Disom PartyJDP7,062
None of the AboveNone of the AboveNOTA17,837


Arambagh Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results





List of Winning MP and Runner up from 1967 to till date from Arambagh Lok Sabha Constituency


YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1967West Bengal26ArambaghGENA. BoseMFBL208724S. ChoudhuryMINC126702
1971West Bengal26ArambaghGENManoranjan HazraMCPM137842Santi Mohan Ray MINC115622
1977West Bengal28ArambaghGENPrafulla Chandra SenMBLD298371Santi Mohan RoyMINC90934
1980West Bengal28ArambaghGENBijoy Krishna ModakMCPM285633Prafulla Chandra SenMJNP242642
1984West Bengal28ArambaghGENAnil BasuMCPM327786Gopal Das NagMINC313626
1991West Bengal28ArambaghGENAnil BasuMCPM448318Sk. Hasan ImamMINC300046
1996West Bengal28ArambaghGENAnil BasuMCPM544289Monoranjan HazraMINC317956
1998West Bengal28ArambaghGENAnil BasuMCPM521507Chunilal ChakrabortyMBJP334207
1999West Bengal28ArambaghGENAnil BasuMCPM503920Chunilal ChakrabortyMBJP387199
2004West Bengal28ArambaghGENAnil BasuMCPM744464Swapan Kumar NandiMBJP151962
2009West Bengal29Arambagh(SC)Sakti Mohan MalikMCPI (M)630254Sambhu Nath MalikMINC428696
2014West Bengal29Arambagh(SC)Aparupa Poddar (Afrin Ali)MAITC748,764Saktimohan MalikMCPI401,919


Assembly Constituencies in Arambagh Parliamentary Constituency
HaripalTarakeswarPursurah
Arambagh (SC)Goghat (SC)Khanakul
Chandrakona (SC) 


  Parliamentary Constituencies in West Bengal  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Cooch Behar22Jadavpur
2Alipurduars23Kolkata Dakshin
3Jalpaiguri24Kolkata Uttar
4Darjeeling25Howrah
5Raiganj26Uluberia
6Balurghat27Serampore
7Maldaha Uttar28Hooghly
8Maldaha Dakshin29Arambagh
9Jangipur30Tamluk
10Baharampur31Kanthi
11Murshidabad32Ghatal
12Krishnanagar33Jhargram
13Ranaghat34Medinipur
14Bangaon35Purulia
15Barrackpore36Bankura
16Dum Dum37Bishnupur
17Barasat38Bardhaman Purba
18Basirhat39Bardhaman-Durgapur
19Joynagar40Asansol
20Mathurapur41Bolpur
21Diamond Harbour42Birbhum




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