Puri (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Existence1952-present
Current MPPinaki Misra
PartyBJD
Elected Year2019
StateOdisha
Total Electors13,91,193
Assembly Constituencies107. Puri

108. Brahmagiri
109. Satyabadi
110. Pipili
118. Chilika
119. Ranpur

122. Nayagarh

Puri Lok Sabha Constituency is one of the 21 Lok Sabha (Parliamentary) Constituencies in Odisha state in Eastern India.

Assembly segments[edit]

Assembly Constituencies which constitute this Parliamentary Constituency, after delimitation of Parliamentary Constituencies and Legislative Assembly Constituencies of 2008 are:[1]

SI No. Name
1. Puri
2. Brahmagiri
3. Satyabadi
4. Pipili
5. Chilika
6. Ranpur
7. Nayagarh

Assembly Constituencies which constituted this Parliamentary Constituency, before delimitation of Parliamentary Constituencies and Legislative Assembly Constituencies of 2008 are:[2]

SI No. Name
1. Balipatana
2. Pipili
3. Satyabadi
4. Puri
5. Brahmagiri
6. Chilka
7. Ranpur

Members of Parliament[edit]

SI No. Year Name Party
1. 1952 Lokenath Mishra Indian National Congress
2. 1957 Chintamani Panigrahi Communist Party of India
3. 1962 B. Mishra Indian National Congress
4. 1967 Rabi Ray Samyukta Socialist Party
5. 1971 Banamali Patnaik Indian National Congress
6. 1977 Padmacharan Samantasinhar Janata Party
7. 1980 Brajmohan Mohanty Indian National Congress (I)
8. 1984 Brajmohan Mohanty Indian National Congress
9. 1989 Nilamani Routray Janata Dal
10. 1991 Braja Kishore Tripathy Janata Dal
11. 1996 Pinaki Misra Indian National Congress
12. 1998 Braja Kishore Tripathy Biju Janata Dal
13. 1999 Braja Kishore Tripathy Biju Janata Dal
14. 2004 Braja Kishore Tripathy Biju Janata Dal
15. 2009 Pinaki Misra Biju Janata Dal
16. 2014 Pinaki Misra Biju Janata Dal
17. 2019 Pinaki Misra Biju Janata Dal

Election Result[edit]

General election 2019[edit]

In 2019 general elections Pinaki Mishra of Biju Janata Dal won defeating Bharatiya Janata Party's spokesperson Sambit Patra.

2019 General Election, Puri[3] [4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJD Pinaki Misra 5,38,321 47.40 -2.93
BJP Sambit Patra 5,26,607 46.37 +25.61
INC Satya Prakash Nayak 44,734 3.94 -21.06
BSP Nrusingha Charan Das 6,283 0.55 -0.13
ABHM Sabyasachi Mohapatra 5,008 0.44 N/A
CPI (ML) Liberation Mandakini Sethi 2,651 0.23 -0.44
Kalinga Sena Sabyasachi Mohapatra 2,487 0.22 -1.05
CPI(ML) Red Star Ranjan Mishra 2,312 0.20 N/A
NOTA None 7,217 0.64 -0.24
Majority 11,714 1.03 -24.31
Turnout 11,36,124 72.72 -1.99
Registered electors 15,62,331
BJD hold Swing -11.34

General election 2014[edit]

In 2014 election, Biju Janata Dal candidate Pinaki Mishra defeated Indian National Congress candidate Sucharita Mohanty by a margin of 2,63,361 votes and Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Ashok Sahu.[5]

2014 General Election, Puri[6][7]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJD Pinaki Misra 5,23,161 50.33
INC Sucharita Mohanty 2,59,800 25.00
BJP Ashok Sahu 2,15,763 20.76
Kalinga Sena Sabyasachi Mohapatra 13,190 1.27
BSP Bhaskar Chandra Mohanty 7,094 0.68
CPI (ML) Liberation Ashok Pradhan 6,969 0.67
AAP Nirada Baran Khuntia 4,262 0.41
NOTA None 9,150 0.88 -
Majority 2,63,361 25.34 -
Turnout 10,39,389 74.71
Registered electors 13,91,193
BJD hold Swing

References[edit]

  1. ^ "17 - Puri Parliamentary (Lok Sabha) Constituency". Retrieved 25 March 2014.
  2. ^ "Assembly Constituencies - Corresponding Districts and Parliamentary Constituencies of Orissa" (PDF). Election Commission of India. Archived from the original (PDF) on 2009-02-06. Retrieved 2008-09-20.
  3. ^ "Election Commission of India". Archived from the original on 2019-07-08. Retrieved 2019-07-08.
  4. ^ "Puri Lok Sabha Election Results 2019 Live: Puri Constituency Election Results, News, Candidates, Vote Paercentage". 2019-04-23. Archived from the original on 2019-07-08. Retrieved 2019-07-08.
  5. ^ "Odisha Result Status". ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA. Retrieved 31 May 2014.
  6. ^ http://eciresults.nic.in/ConstituencywiseS1817.htm?ac=17
  7. ^ "Lok Sabha Election 2014 - Orissa, Constituency: Puri (17)". EmpoweringIndia.org. Retrieved 31 May 2014.