Anandapur (Odisha Vidhan Sabha constituency)

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Anandapur
Odisha Legislative Assembly constituency
District Kendujhar
Blocks Anandapur, Hatadihi
Electorate 1,98,329
Major settlements Anandapur
Current constituency
Created 1951
Party Biju Janata Dal
MLA Mayadhar Jena
Const. No. 22
Reserved for Scheduled Caste
Lok Sabha Constituencies Kendujhar

Anandapur (Sl. No.: 22) is a Vidhan Sabha constituency of Kendujhar district.[1] Area of this constituency include Anandapur, Hatadihi block and 14 GPs (Bailo, Baunsagarh, Belabahali, Gayalmunda, Haridapal, Jalasuan, Kantipal, Kathakata, Kodapada, Manoharpur, Panasadiha, Panchupalli, Salabani and Taratara) of Anandapur block.[2][3]

Elected Members[edit]

Vote share of Winning candidates [4]
2014
  
51.46%
2009
  
38.99%
2004
  
54.15%
2000
  
51.55%
1995
  
51.66%
1990
  
59.18%
1985
  
60.30%
1980
  
61.24%
1977
  
58.34%

15 elections held during 1951 to 2014. List of members elected from Anandapur Vidhan Sabha constituency are:[5]

  • 2014: (22): Mayadhar Jena (BJD)
  • 2009: (22): Bhagirathi Sethy (BJD)
  • 2004: (147): Jayadev Jena (Congress)
  • 2000: (147): Mayadhar Jena (BJP)
  • 1995: (147): Jayadev Jena (Congress)
  • 1990: (147): Dasarathi Jena (Janata Dal)
  • 1985: (147): Jayadev Jena (Congress)
  • 1980: (147): Jayadev Jena (Congress-I)
  • 1977: (147): Makara Sethy (Janata Party)
  • 1974: (147): Bhubanananda Jena (Congress)
  • 1971: (132): Makara Sethy (Congress)
  • 1967: (132): Bhubanananda Jena (Orissa Jana Congress)
  • 1961: (72): Makara Sethy (Congress)
  • 1957: (48): Upendra Jena (Ganatantra Parishad) and Birakishore Jena (Ganatantra Parishad)
  • 1951: (42): Janardan Bhanjadeo (Independent) and Bhaiga Sethy (Independent)

2014 Election Result[edit]

In 2014 election Biju Janata Dal candidate Mayadhar Jena, defeated Indian National Congress candidate Jayadev Jena by a margin of 22,224 votes.

2014 Vidhan Sabha Election, Anandapur[6][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJD Mayadhar Jena 82,520 51.46 12.47
INC Jayadev Jena 60,296 37.6 1.98
BJP Alok Kumar Sethy 12,664 7.9 0.16
Independent Rabin Kumar Jena 1,564 0.98
SUCI(C) Minati Jena 1,384 0.86
NOTA None 1,918 1.2 -
Majority 22,224 -
Turnout 1,60,346 80.85 7.91
Registered electors 1,98,329
BJD hold

2009 Election Result[edit]

In 2009 election Biju Janata Dal candidate Bhagirathi Sethy, defeated Indian National Congress candidate Jayadev Jena by a margin of 23,805 votes.[8]

2009 Vidhan Sabha Election, Anandapur [9]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJD Bhagirathi Sethy 54,266 38.99 -
INC Jayadev Jena 48,960 35.62 -
BJP Arati Singh 10,644 7.74 -
JMM Narendra Kumar Jena 1,395 1.01 -
Independent Basudev Jena 1,291 0.94 -
SAMO Ganesh Prasad Jena 1,033 0.75 -
BSP Chandramani Patra 844 0.61 -
RPD Ram Chandra Patra 529 0.38 -
Majority 23,805 17.32[a] -
Turnout 1,37,462 72.94 -
BJD gain from INC

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ %of total valid votes

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Orissa Assembly Election 2009". empoweringindia.org. Retrieved 27 January 2014. "Constituency: Anandapur (22) District : Keonjhar" 
  2. ^ Assembly Constituencies and their Extent
  3. ^ Seats of Odisha
  4. ^ "147 - Anandapur Assembly Constituency". eci.nic.in. 2006. Retrieved 27 March 2014. "List Of Winning Candidates" 
  5. ^ http://orissa.gov.in/e-magazine/orissaannualreference/ORA-2011/pdf/453-501.pdf
  6. ^ "Odisha - Anandapur". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 
  7. ^ "Constituency Wise odisha Assembly Election result 2014.". leadtech.in. Retrieved 29 May 2014. 
  8. ^ "Orissa Election Result 2009 With Vote Margin". leadtech.in. Retrieved 31 January 2014. "23805" 
  9. ^ http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/StatisticalReports/AE2009/stat_OR_April2009.pdf