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Gurdaspur (Punjab) Election Results 2017

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Karnataka ByPoll Uncertain Times Mire Karnataka Polity

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About Gurdaspur Assembly Constituency

Gurdaspur is constituency No. 4 of Punjab legislative assembly. It is situated in Gurdaspur district and comes under the Lok Sabha constituency that goes by the same name. Gurdaspur is an unreserved assembly constituency.

According to data with the Election Commission of India, Gurdaspur has 1,40,023 registered voters. It comprises 73,086 male and 66,937 female registered voters.

In the 2012 Punjab assembly elections, the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) won this constituency by 21,570 votes. Gurbachan Singh Babbehali, Shiromani Akali Dal's winning candidate, bagged 59,905 votes. With 38,335 votes, the runner-up was Raman Bahl of Congress. The voter turnout was 74.80 %.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Gurdaspur Assembly Constituency

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

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVotesRunner UpGenderPartyVotes
20124GurdaspurGENGurbachan Singh BabbehaliMSAD59905Raman BahlMINC38335
20077GurdaspurGENGurbachan SinghMSAD51446Pritam Singh BhinderMINC47109
20027GurdaspurGENKhushhal BahlMINC35442Munawar MasihMSAD23751
19977GurdaspurGENKartar Singh PahraMSAD4736Jagjit SinghMCPM1857
19927GurdaspurGENKhushhal BahiMINC18076Mohan Lal MohniMBJP8938
19857GurdaspurGENSusheelFINC28137Kartar SinghMSAD25946
19807GurdaspurGENRattan LalMINC(I)21278Johar SinghMSAD18761
19777GurdaspurGENKhushal BehalMINC26991Sardari LalMJNP25938
197235GurdaspurGENKhushal BahlMINC23150Kartar SinghMSAD11724
196935GurdaspurGENMohinder SinghMSAD25510Prabodh ChandraMINC20044
196735GurdaspurGENP. ChandraMINC16741M. SinghMADS13546
1962130GurdaspurGENPrabodh ChandraMINC20130Gurbachan SinghMAD9722
195781Gurdaspur(ST)Prabodh ChanderMINC30617ThoraMCPI29091
195781Gurdaspur(ST)Sunder Singh (Sc)MINC29670Ram SinghMCPI26240
1951103GurdaspurGENParbodh ChandraMINC28628Iqbal SinghMSAD15533
1951103GurdaspurGENSunder SinghMINC24956Puran ChandMSAD13804

Last Updated on March 11, 2017