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Mangrol (Gujarat) Assembly Constituency Elections

Winner and Runnerup Candidate in Mangrol assembly constituency

The table below shows the Winner and Runnerup candidate form the Mangrol Assembly Constituency. The party symbol is also shown along.

Winner Candidate -
Babubhai Kalabhai Vaja (won by: 13914 )
Political Party -

Mangrol Election Results 2017

Table showing the winning and the runner-up Candidate of the 2017 Vidhan Sabha Election in Mangrol Assembly

YearPartySymbolstatusCandidate Namevotes
2017 BJP RunnerUpBhaghavanjibhai Lakhabhai Kargatiya 57740
2017 INC WinnerBabubhai Kalabhai Vaja 71654

List of candidates for Mangrol Constituency 2017

The table below shows who are the contesting BJP, Congress, independent etc. candidates from the Mangrol Assembly Constituency in the Gujarat Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Elections 2017.

Mangrol , Constituency No -(89)
Election Date2017-12-09 
Result Date2017-12-18 
PhasePhase I 
Election Symbol Political PartyCandidate Name
BJP Bhaghavanjibhai Lakhabhai Kargatiya
INC Babubhai Kalabhai Vaja
INDSanjaykumar Kantibhai Chandegara
INDIqubalbhai Hasanbhai Dal
INDAshwinlal Kantilal Satbhaya

About Mangrol Assembly (Vidha Sabha) Constituency– Bye Elections 2014

By-election in Mangrol assembly constituency will take place on September 13, 2014 and the votes will be counted on September 16. After sitting MLA of
BJP, Rajeshbhai Naranbhai Chudasama, got elected to the parliament, this seat got vacated and the bypoll election was necessitated. During upcoming by-election, Laxmanbhai Rambhai Jadev is the BJP candidate and Babubhai K Vaja is the Congress candidate. While BJP is banking on Modi charisma along with developmental agenda, Congress is relying upon local issues to win the election. 2007 and 2012 legislative assembly elections were won by BJP. During 2012, BJP’s Rajeshbhai Chudasama won over Congress’s Dr Chandrikaben Chudasma by 7937 votes.

Mangrol is an important city in Junagadh district of Gujarat. This assembly segment consists of Malia-Hatina Taluka and Mangrol Taluka (Part) villages. Population of SC and ST communities together account for more than 9 per cent of total population here. Mangrol is one of the 11 assembly seats in Gujarat where more than 35 per cent of the population belong to Muslim community. Total voters in this assembly seat is 1,91,584, among which 91,871 are female and 99,713 male. Average literacy rate in Mangrol is 58 per cent, lower than the national average.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Mangrol Assembly Constituency

Below is the list of winners and runners-up in the Mangrol assembly elections conducted so far.

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVotesRunner UpGenderPartyVotes
201789MangrolGENVaja Babubhai KalabhaiMINC71654Kargatiya Bhagvanjibhai LakhabhaiMBJP57740
2014(By Poll)2MandviGENVaja Babubhai KalabhaiMINC66498 Yadav Laxmanbhai RamabhaiMBJP43816
20122MandviGENChheda Tarachand Jagashi MBJP61984Parmar Kishorsinh RajendrasinhMINC53478
20072MandviGENSenghani Dhanjibhai (Alias Mangal) GovindbhaiMBJP41799Patel Chhabilbhai NarayanbhaiMINC37660
20022MandviGENPatel Chhabilbhai Naranbhai MINC40529Mehta Sureshchandra RoopshankarMBJP39931
19982MandviGENMehta Sureshchandra Rupshankar MBJP33318Jaykumar SanghviMAIRJP18794
19952MandviGENMehta Sureshchandra Rupshankar MBJP41829Jaykumar SanghaviMINC32608
19902MandviGENMehta Sureshchandra Rupshanker MBJP39837Jaykumar SangviMINC22929
19852MandviGENSuresh Chandra Rupshanker MehtaMBJP24349Doshi Rasiklal BhimjiMINC22740
19802MandviGENSanghvi Jaykumar ChunilalMINC(I)17255Dave Anantrai DevshankerMBJP13708
19752MandviGENMehta Sureshchandra RupshankerMBJS23629Dastur Naliniben NaushirbhaiFINC18986
19723MandviGENNoshir Dorabji DasturMINC25915S Rupshankar MehtaMBJS7994
19673MandviGENJ. L. MehtaMINC20420H. VijayarajjiMSWA19660
19623MandviGENMaharaj Kumarshri Himtsinhji VijayarajjisahebMSWA26796Jumakhlal Lakhmichand MehtaMINC13192

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