Ananadpur Sahib Assembly Constituency

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Anandpur Sahib Assembly Constituency
Election Constituency
for the Punjab Legislative Assembly
District Rupnagar district
Region Punjab, India
Current constituency
Created 1951


Ananadpur Sahib Assembly Constituency (Sl. No.: 49) is a Punjab Legislative Assembly constituency in Rupnagar district, Punjab state, India.[1]

Result[edit]

Year A C No. Name Party Votes Runner Up Party Votes
2017 49 Kanwar Pal Singh INC 60800 Dr. Parminder Sharma BJP 36919
2012 49 Madan Mohan Mittal BJP 62600 Kanwar Pal Singh INC 54714
2007 65 Sant Ajit Singh SAD 47810 Ramesh Dutt Sharma INC 37912
2002 66 Ramesh Dutt Sharma INC 41950 Tara Singh SAD 29268
1997 66 Tara Singh SAD 37878 Ramesh Dutt Sharma INC 31834
1992 66 Ramesh Dutt BJP 11699 Basant Singh INC 8232
1985 66 Tara Singh SAD 20638 Gurvir Singh INC 19708
1980 66 Basant Singh INC(I) 23280 Ajit Singh SAD 19695
1977 66 Madho Singh JNP 15987 Shiv Singh INC 11987
1972 73 Zail Singh INC 22389 Rajinder Singh IND 19133
1970 73 (By Polls) Zail Singh NCJ 21747 Sadhu Singh SAD 20552
1969 73 Sadhu Singh INC 14814 Shiv Singh IND 11690
1967 73 J. Singh INC 12016 Sadhu Singh ADS 9768
1962 140 Baloo Ram INC 25987 Sucha Singh IND 12988
1957 83 Balloo Ram INC 20836 Karam Chand IND 17378
1952 (By Polls) Mohan Lal INC 26667 B. Chand IND 13374
1951 57 Hari Chand FBL(MG) 10896 Mohan Lal INC 10085


Election results 2017[edit]

Punjab Legislative Assembly election, 2017: Anandpur Sahib
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC kanwar pal singh 60800 45.01
BJP dr. parminder sharma 36919 27.33
AAP sanjeev gautam 30304 22.43
Independent nutan kumar urf nitin nanda 2092 1.55
BSP gurcharan singh khalsa 1442 1.07
CPI(M) mohinder singh 1026 0.76
Independent pritam singh bharatgarh 602 0.45
PDP subhash chander sharma 518 0.38
SAD(M) harbhjn singh 517 0.38
NOTA NOTA 858 0.64

References[edit]

  1. ^ "List of Punjab Assembly Constituencies" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 23 April 2016. Retrieved 19 July 2016. 
  2. ^ "Amritsar Central Assembly election result, 2012". Retrieved 13 January 2017.