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Amethi (Uttar Pradesh) Election Results 2017



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About Amethi Assembly Constituency

Amethi is constituency No. 186 of Uttar Pradesh legislative assembly. Situated in Amethi district, this constituency is a Congress, and more importantly, a Gandhi bastion. It comes under the Amethi Lok Sabha constituency. It is an open constituency.

According to data with the Election Commission of India, this assembly constituency comprises 2,96,160 registered voters. It comprises 1,56,740 male and 1,39,420 female registered voters.

In the 2012 Assembly elections, the Samajwadi Party swept this traditional Congress stronghold, defeating the latter by 8,760 votes. Gayatri Prasad, the winning Samajwadi Party candidate, got 58,434 votes. Ameeta Sinh of Congress, the nearest contender, got 49,674 votes. The voter turnout was 55.06 %.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Amethi Assembly Constituency

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

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVotesRunner UpGenderPartyVotes
2012186AmethiGENGayatri PrasadMSP58434Ameeta SinhFINC49674
2007105AmethiGENAmita SinghFINC48108AshishMBSP35684
2002105AmethiGENAmita SinghFBJP55949AshishMINC37184
1996121AmethiGENRam Harsh SinghMINC36069Jamuna Prasad MishraMBJP31870
1993121AmethiGENJamuna MishraMBJP23270Radhey Shyam YadavMSP19503
1991121AmethiGENHari Charan YadavMINC33176Jamuna Prasad MishraMBJP17597
1989121AmethiGENHaricharan YadavMINC53197Raj Kumar Sanjay SinghMJD20949
1985121AmethiGENRaj Kumar Sanjai SinghMINC124017B. C. MishraMBJP1665
1980121AmethiGENRajkumar Sanjay SinghMINC(I)46603Hari CharanMJNP(SC)13959
1977121AmethiGENHaricharan YadavMJNP18304Baij Nath Singh VaidyaMINC13983
1974121AmethiGENRaja Rananjai SinghMINC20464Ravindra Pratap SinghMBJS16882
1969122AmethiGENRaja Rananjaya SinghMBJS22372Baij Nath Singh VaidyaMINC17689
1967122AmethiGENR. P. SinghMBJS22022B. N. S. VaidyaMINC12791
1962124AmethiGENVaidya Baij Nath SinghMINC19391Ram BaliMIND6966
1957300AmethiGENRama Kant SinghMINC16970Bijai PalMIND8159
1951217Amethi CentralGENKunwer Rananjai SinghMIND21536Baijnath SinghMINC7835


Last Updated on March 11, 2017