1974 Odisha Legislative Assembly election

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1974 Odisha Legislative Assembly election

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All 147 seats in the Odisha Legislative Assembly
  First party Second party Third party
 
Leader Nandini Satpathy Biju Patnaik Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo
Party INC Utkal Congress Swatantra Party
Leader's seat Not contested Rajanagar (By-elections) Bolangir
Seats won 69 35 21
Seat change Increase 18 Increase 2 Decrease 15
Popular vote 21,52,818 15,21,064 6,94,473
Percentage 37.44 26.45 12.08

Chief Minister before election

Nandini Satpathy
Indian National Congress

Chief Minister


Nandini Satpathy
Indian National Congress

Elections to the sixth Odisha Legislative Assembly were held 1974.[1][2][3]

Constituencies[edit]

The elections were held for 147 seats. A total of 722 candidates contested for these 147 seats.

Political Parties[edit]

Three national parties, Communist Party of India, Indian National Congress and Swatantra Party along with the state party Utkal Congress took part in the assembly election. Congress party emerged again as the winner by winning 50% of the seats with a vote share of 37.44%. Nandini Satpathy again become the Chief Minister of the state.[4]

Results[edit]

Party No. of candidates No. of elected No. of votes %
Indian National Congress (Indira) 135 69 2152818 37.44%
Utkal Congress 95 35 1521064 26.45%
Swatantra Party 56 21 694473 12.08%
Communist Party of India 14 7 279738 4.87%
Socialist Party 17 2 101789 1.77%
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 8 3 67600 1.18%
Orissa Jana Congress 42 1 67169 1.17%
Jharkhand Party 12 1 34786 0.60%
Indian National Congress (Organization) 17 0 29103 0.51%
Bharatiya Jana Sangh 12 0 23335 0.41%
All India Jharkhand Party 8 0 15360 0.27%
Socialist Unity Centre of India 4 0 10214 0,18%
All India Forward Bloc 2 0 1080 0.02%
Revolutionary Communist Party of India 1 0 478 0.01%
Independents 299 7 750818 13.06%
Total: 722 146 5749825

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A.C. No. Constituency Name Type A.C. Winner Candidate Party
1. Karanjia ST Karunakar Naik Indian National Congress
2. Jashipur ST Ghanshyam Hemram Independent
3. Rairangpur ST Sashi Bhusan Marndi Independent
4. Bahalda ST Arjun Majhi Utkal Congress
5. Bangriposi ST Rudra Mohan Das Communist Party of India
6. Kuliana ST Sarat Chandra Singh Indian National Congress
7. Baripada Gen Promod Chandra Bhanjdeo Independent
8. Baisinga ST Kuanria Majhi Indian National Congress
9. Khunta ST Ramesh Saren Indian National Congress
10. Udala ST Ravaneswa Madhei Indian National Congress
11. Bhograi Gen Kartikeswar Patra Indian National Congress
12. Jaleswar Gen Prasant Kumar Pal Indian National Congress
13. Basta Gen Chintamani Jena Indian National Congress
14. Balasore Gen Arun Dey Communist Party of India
15. Soro Gen Jadunath Das Mahapatra Indian National Congress
16. Nilgiri Gen Sailen Mohapatra Indian National Congress
17. Nilgiri Gen Banamali Das Communist Party of India (Marxist)
18. Bhandaripokhari SC Bairagi Jena Utkal Congress
19. Bhadrak Gen Jugal Kishore Pattanaik Indian National Congress
20. Dhamnagar Gen Hrudananda Mullick Utkal Congress
21. Chandbali SC Manmohan Das Indian National Congress
22. Basudevpur Gen Jagabandhu Das Indian National Congress
23. Sukinda Gen Sanatan Deo Indian National Congress
24. Korai Gen Ashok Kumar Das Utkal Congress
25. Jajpur SC Jagannath Malik Utkal Congress
26. Dharamsala Gen Banka Bihari Das Indian National Congress
27. Barchana Gen Dusasan Jena Communist Party of India
28. Bari-Derabisi Gen Prahlad Malik Utkal Congress
29. Binjharpur SC Baishmab Charan Malik Indian National Congress
30. Aul Gen Sarat Kumar Deb Swatantra Party
31. Patamundai SC Biswanath Mallik Indian National Congress
32. Rajanagar Gen Biju Patnaik Utkal Congress
33. Kendrapara Gen Bed Prakash Agarwal Utkal Congress
34. Patkura Gen Rajkishore Nayak Utkal Congress
35. Tirtol Gen Pratap Chandra Mohanty Utkal Congress
36. Ersama Gen Lokanath Chowdhury Communist Party of India
37. Balikuda Gen Basudeb Mohapatra Indian National Congress
38. Jagatsinghpur SC Laxman Mallick Indian National Congress
39. Kissannagar Gen Batakrushna Jena Utkal Congress
40. Mahanga Gen Shaik Matlub Ali Indian National Congress
41. Salepur SC Baidhar Behera Indian National Congress
42. Gobindpur Gen Sudhansu Malini Ray Indian National Congress
43. Cuttack Sadar SC Trilochan Kanungo Indian National Congress
44. Cuttack City Gen Srikanta Panda Utkal Congress
45. Choudwar Gen Kanhu Charan Lenka Indian National Congress
46. Bangi Gen Jogesh Chanda Rout Independent
47. Athagarh Gen Radhanath Rath Independent
48. Baramba Gen Trilochan Harichandan Swatantra Party
49. Balipatna SC Gopinath Bhoi Utkal Congress
50. Bhubaneswar Gen Harekrushna Mahtab Utkal Congress
51. Jatni Gen Satyapriya Mohanty Utkal Congress
52. Pipili Gen Bipin Bihari Dash Indian National Congress
53. Nimapara SC Nilamani Sitha Indian National Congress
54. Kakatpur Gen Brudaban Patra Indian National Congress
55. Satyabadi Gen Gangadhar Mahapatra Indian National Congress
56. Puri Gen Brajamohan Mohanty Indian National Congress
57. Brahmagiri Gen Siddheswar Panigrahi Communist Party of India
59. Khurda Gen Benudhar Baliarsing Indian National Congress
60. Begunia Gen Satyanand Champatiray Utkal Congress
61. Ranpur Gen Ramesh Chandra Panda Communist Party of India (Marxist)
62. Nayagarh Gen Bhagabat Behera Samyukta Socialist Party
63. Khandapada Gen Satyasundar Misra Independent
64. Daspalla SC Harihar Karana Independent
65. Jagannathprasad SC Batsa Naik Indian National Congress
66. Bhanjanagar Gen Somnath Rath Indian National Congress
67. Surada Gen Sarat Chanda Panda Indian National Congress
68. Aska Gen Harihar Das Communist Party of India
69. Kavisuryanagar Gen Sadananda Mahanty Communist Party of India
70. Kodala Gen Kanhu Charan Nayak Indian National Congress
71. Khallikote Gen V. Sugnana Kumari Deo Utkal Congress
72. Chhatrapur Gen Daitari Behera Utkal Congress
73. Hinjili Gen Brundaban Naik Utkal Congress
74. Gopalpur SC Mohan Nayak Indian National Congress
75. Berhampur Gen Binayak Acharya Indian National Congress
76. Chikiti Gen Satchida Nandu Deo Indian National Congress
77. Mohana Gen Udayanarayan Deb Utkal Congress
78. Ramagiri ST Chakradhar Paik Utkal Congress
79. Parlakhemundi Gen Nalla Kurmanaikulu Utkal Congress
80. Gunupur ST Bhagirathi Gamang Indian National Congress
80. Bissam Cuttack ST Ulaka Dambarudhar Indian National Congress
82. Rayagada ST Ulka Rama Chandra Indian National Congress
83. Laxmipur ST Ananta Ram Majhi Indian National Congress
84. Pottangi ST Disari Sanu Utkal Congress
85. Koraput Gen Harish Chandra Baxipatra Utkal Congress
86. Malkangiri SC Naka Kannaya Utkal Congress
87. Chitrakonda ST Gangadhar Madi Indian National Congress
88. Kotpad ST Basudeb Majhi Indian National Congress
89. Jeypore Gen Raghunath Patnaik Indian National Congress
90. Nowrangpur Gen Habibulla Khan Swatantra Party
91. Kodinga SC Sombaru Majhi Utkal Congress
92. Dabugam ST Dombaru Majhi Swatantra Party
93. Umarkote ST Rabisingh Majhi Utkal Congress
94. Nawapara ST Jagannath Pattanaik Swatantra Party
95. Khariar Gen Anupa Singh Deo Utkal Congress
96. Dharamgarh SC Dayanidhi Naik Swatantra Party
97. Koksara Gen Chandrabhanu Singh Deo Swatantra Party
98. Junagarh Gen Udit Pratap Deo Swatantra Party
99. Bhawanipatna SC Jagamohan Nayak Swatantra Party
100. Narla SC Dhaneswar Majhi Swatantra Party
101. Kesinga Gen Sarat Chandra Singh Deo Swatantra Party
102. Baliguda ST Sahura Mallik Indian National Congress
103. Udayagiri ST Gopal Pradhan Indian National Congress
104. Phulbani SC Chandra Sekhar Behera Indian National Congress
105. Boudh Gen Natabar Pradhan Swatantra Party
106. Titlagarh SC Tapi Jal Swatantra Party
107. Kantabanji Gen Ramprasad Misra Swatantra Party
108. Patnagarh Gen Ainthu Sahoo Swatantra Party
109. Saintala Gen Krushna Chandra Panda Swatantra Party
110. Loisingha Gen Ananga Udaya Singh Deo Swatantra Party
111. Bolangir Gen Rajendra Narayan Singh Deo Swatantra Party
112. Sonepur Gen Daulat Bagh Swatantra Party
113. Binka Gen Radha Mohan Mishra Swatantra Party
114. Birmaharajpur Gen Hrushikesh Hota Indian National Congress
115. Athmallik Gen Bhajaman Behera Indian National Congress
116. Angul Gen Adwait Prasad Singh Utkal Congress
117. Hindol SC Bhagirathi Naik Indian National Congress
118. Dhenkanal Gen Nandini Satpathy Indian National Congress
119. Condia Gen Sribatsa Nayak Indian National Congress
120. Kamakhyanagar Gen Sribatsa Nayak Indian National Congress
121. Pallahara Gen Narayan Sahu Indian National Congress
121. Talcher SC Brundaban Behera Indian National Congress
123. Padampur Gen Krupasindhu Bhoi Indian National Congress
124. Melchhamunda Gen Prakash Chandra Debta Indian National Congress
125. Bijepur Gen Gananath Pradhan Utkal Congress
126. Bhatli SC Mohan Nag Indian National Congress
127. Bargarh Gen Nabin Kumar Pradhan Utkal Congress
128. Sambalpur Gen Shri Ballav Panigrahi Utkal Congress
129. Brajarajnagar Gen Prasanna Kumar Panda Communist Party of India
130. Jharsuguda Gen Sairendhri Nayak Indian National Congress
131. Laikera ST Hemanand Biswal Indian National Congress
132. Kuchinda ST Jagateswar Mirdhal Indian National Congress
133. Rairakhol SC Basanta Kumar Mohananda Utkal Congress
134. Deogarh Gen Tribhuban Deb Swatantra Party
135. Sundargarh Gen Dibyalochan Sekhar Deo Indian National Congress
136. Talasara ST Premananda Kalo Indian National Congress
137. Rajgangpur ST Christopher Ekka Indian National Congress
138. Biramitrapur ST Christodas Luhgun Jharkhand Party
139. Rourkela Gen Dhananjaya Mohanty Indian National Congress
140. Raghunathpalli ST Agapit Lakra Indian National Congress
141. Bonai ST Benudhar Naik Indian National Congress
142. Champua ST Guru Charan Naik Indian National Congress
143. Patna ST Maheswar Majhi Utkal Congress
144. Keonjhar ST Govinda Munda Swatantra Party
145. Telkoi Gen Niladri Naik Utkal Congress
146. Ramchandrapur Gen Murlidhar Kuanr Utkal Congress
147. Anandapur SC Bhubananda Jena Indian National Congress

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ 1974 Odisha Legislative Assembly election
  2. ^ "Brief History of Odisha Legislative Assembly Since 1937". Archived from the original on 2007-01-09. Retrieved 2019-06-28.
  3. ^ Story of Orissa CM Binayak Acharya: A political rags-to-riches tale
  4. ^ "The 'Iron lady' of Odisha politics". Archived from the original on 2014-02-22. Retrieved 2019-06-28.