Total number of valid vote was 723560. Communist Party Of India (marxist) candidate Dr Elahi Kamre Mahammad stood second with total 393305 votes. However, only winners and runners-up are mentioned below: Lua error in Module:Coordinates at line 668: callParserFunction: function "#coordinates" was not found. In 2014, Birbhum parliamentary constituency had total 1495089 electors. 42.Birbhum is a Lok Sabha/Parliamentary constituency in South West Bengal of West Bengal and is located in East India. He secured total 380314 votes. Birbhum Election Results Live: Get live election results and candidate name of Birbhum constituency seat of west bengal including previous election (poll) results and many more at News18.com. He secured total 80712 votes. Birbhum (Lok Sabha constituency) is one of the 543 parliamentary constituencies in India. Jalpaiguri Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 543 parliamentary constituencies in India.The constituency centres on Jalpaiguri in West Bengal.While six assembly segments of No. Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Dr Madan Lal Choudhury stood second with total 218802 votes. Communist Party Of India (marxist) candidate Dome Ram Chandra won and became MP from this seat. He lost by 61949 votes. The seat was reserved for scheduled castes from 1962 to 2004, but was declared a free seat from 2009 general elections. Communist Party Of India (marxist) candidate Dome Ramchandra won and became MP from this seat. Indian National Congress candidate Badal Bagdi stood second with total 283949 votes. Communist Party Of India (marxist) candidate Ramchandra Dome won and became MP from this seat. Indian National Congress (i) candidate Badal Chandra Bagdi stood second with total 183093 votes. Scroll down or search for constituency-wise results of all the 542/543 Parliamentary seats in India to know who has lost and has lost in this Battle of 2019. In 1977, Birbhum parliamentary constituency had total 553221 electors. It had single seats in other years, Most of the contests were multi-cornered. Total number of valid vote was 431053. Indian National Congress candidate Badal Bagdi stood second with total 264674 votes. In 1971, Birbhum parliamentary constituency had total 491845 electors. He secured total 334307 votes. Though utmost care is being taken, we can not guarantee 100% correctness of information. Source: Party-wise trends in General Election to the Lok Sabha 2014 The constituency centres on the western part of Birbhum district in West Bengal. Indian National Congress candidate Gopal Chandra Das stood second with total 180682 votes. Sarguja Lok Sabha seat is reserved for Scheduled Tribe. Total number of valid vote was 800115. Total number of valid vote was 775121. 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Voting for the 543 seats happened from April 11, 2019 to May 19, 2019. He lost by 191612 votes. Communist Party Of India (marxist) candidate Dome Ramchandra won and became MP from this seat. Birbhum Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 543 parliamentary constituencies in India. Total number of valid vote was 724061. 293) and Murarai (assembly constituency no. 2.Raigarh is a Lok Sabha/Parliamentary constituency in North Chhattisgarh of Chhattisgarh and is located in Central India. Using this website confirms that you agree to all the terms and conditions. All India Trinamool Congress candidate Satabdi Roy won and became MP from this seat. Disclaimer: ResultUniversity.com is an independent private website and it is in no way affiliated to any Indian Government official website. 292), Nalhati (assembly constituency no. Birbhum is a parliamentary constituency in West Bengal. Get all latest news and updates on Birbhum Constituency West Bengal Lok Sabha Election 2019 only on Loksabhaelections.in. In 1996, Birbhum parliamentary constituency had total 994683 electors. Click election year in the table, for more detailed result. He secured total 372294 votes. He lost by 13481 votes. Total number of valid vote was 1017493. In 2004, Birbhum parliamentary constituency had total electors. Total number of valid vote was 672566. He secured total 136517 votes. In 2009, Birbhum parliamentary constituency had total 1221893 electors. He lost by 30549 votes. Total number of valid vote was 203890. In 1998, Birbhum parliamentary constituency had total 1028114 electors. 1.Sarguja (Surguja) is a Lok Sabha/Parliamentary constituency in North Chhattisgarh of Chhattisgarh and is located in Central India. 287), Suri (assembly constituency no. Birbhum is a parliamentary constituency in West Bengal.