LIVE Misrikh Lok Sabha Results

Misrikh Lok Sabha constituency, one of the total 18 Lok Sabha segments in Telangana state, goes to the polls in the fourth phase of general elections 2019 on April 29.

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Anju Bala

2014 Anju Bala

  • Anju Bala ?downsize=120:*&output-quality=80&output-format=jpgBJP

Ashok Kumar Rawat

2019 Ashok Kumar Rawat

  • Ashok Kumar RawatBJP

About Misrikh

In 2014 general elections, Anju Bala from Bharatiya Janata Party or BJP had won the seat from Misrikh Lok Sabha constituency, in Uttar Pradesh. She received 412575 votes. Her opponent was Ashok Kumar Rawat from Bahujan Samaj Party or BSP. He received 325212 votes. 

In 2009 general elections, Ashok Kumar Rawat from Bahujan Samaj Party or BSP had won the Misrikh Lok Sabha constituency. He received 207627 votes. His opponent was Shyam Prakash from Samajwadi Party. He received 184335 votes. 

In 1971 general elections, Sankta Prasad from Indian National Congress or INC had won the seat. In 1977 and 1980 general elections, Ram Lal Rahi from INC had won the Misrikh seat. 

In 1984 general elections, Sankta Prasad from INC had won the seat. In 1989 and 1991 general elections Ram Lal Rahi from INC had won the Misrikh constituency. 

In 1996 general elections, Paragi Lal from BJP had won the seat, In 1998 general elections, Ram Shankar Bhargava from BSP had won the Misrikh seat. 

In 1999 general elections, Sushil Saroj from Samajwadi Party had won the Misrikh constituency. In 2004 general elections, Ashok Kumar Rawat from Bahujan Samaj Party won the seat from Misrikh Lok Sabha constituency. 

In 2019 general elections, there are 13 candidates contesting the elections. They are Ashok Kumar Rajput from Bharatiya Janata Party, Dr. Neelu Satyarthi from Bahujan Samaj Party, Manjari Rahi from Indian National Congres, Arum Kumari Kori from Pragatishit Samajwadi Party, Nagendra Kumar from Rashtrawadi Shramjeevi Dal, Beerendra Kanaujiya from Hindustan Nirman Dal and Rahul Kumar Bharatiya Krishak Dal. There are 6 independent candidates Arpit, Arvind Kumar, Akash Niraj, Raju Verma, Rampal and Shipra Verma. 

In Misrikh Lok Sabha constituency, there are five assembly segments. These include Misrikh, Mallanwan, Balamau, Sandila and Bilhaur. 

 

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