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Special Report: 1st no Kangra Lok Sabha Constituency, State of Himachal Pradesh

Kangra, March 24, Lok Sabha: In this special report of Lok Sabha Constituency today we will try give a brief look on Kangra Constituency of Himachal Pradesh, which is situated in northern India.

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This Constituency is consists of 17 Legislative Assembly Constituency (LAC). They are as follows:

1. Churah
2. Chamba
3. Dalhousie
4. Bhattiyat
5. Nurpur
6.  Indora
7. Fatehpur
8. Jawali
9. Jawalamukhi
10. Jaisinghpur
11. Sullah
12. Nagrota
13. Kangra
14. Shahpur
15. Dharamshala
16.  Palampur
17. Baijnath

Session 1962 (Hem Raj):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Hem Raj was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Hem Raj (INC) got 73342 votes while his rival Sarwan Kumar (IND) got 44160 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 29182 (16.21% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 7 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session.

Session 1967 (Hem Raj):

In this 1967 edition of Lok Sabha election Hem Raj was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Hem Raj (INC) got 44262 votes while his rival S.Kumar (BJS) got 38860 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 5402 (4.03% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 261580, from which 261580 no of electors voted. There were total no 8 of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session.

Session 1971 (Vikram Chand):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Vikram Chand was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Vikram Chand (INC) got 111276 votes while his rival S.Kumar (BJS) got 40388 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 70888 (42.03% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 4 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session.

Session 1977 (Durga Chand):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Durga Chand was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Durga Chand (BLD) got 157832 votes while his rival V.Chand (INC) got 118828 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 39004 (13.14% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 4 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 699, average no of electors per polling station was 682.

Session 1980 (Vikram Mahajan):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Vikram Mahajan was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Vikram Mahajan (INC) got 148946 votes while his rival S.Chaudhari (JNP) got 118016 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 30930 (9.40% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 10 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 783, average no of electors per polling station was 672.

Session 1984 (C.Kumari):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election C.Kumari was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner C.Kumari (INC) got 232287 votes while his rival Sarvan Kumar (BJP) got 114854 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 117433 (31.57% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 9 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session.

Session 1989 (Shanta Kumar):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Shanta Kumar was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Shanta Kumar (BJP) got 235147 votes while his rival C.Kumari (INC) got 175943 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 59204 (11.66% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 13 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1066, average no of electors per polling station was 692.

Session 1991 (D.Khanoria):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election D.Khanoria was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner D.Khanoria (BJP) got 174457 votes while his rival C.Kumari (INC) got 163641 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 10816 (2.54% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 12 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1066, average no of electors per polling station was 719.

Session 1996 (Sat Mahajan):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Sat Mahajan was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Sat Mahajan (INC) got 263817 votes while his rival S.Kumar (BJP) got 226293 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 37524 (7.06% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 15 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1298, average no of electors per polling station was 675.

Session 1998 (Shanta Kumar):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Shanta Kumar was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Shanta Kumar (BJP) got 334684 votes while his rival Sat Mahajan (INC) got 275449 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 59235 (9.32% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 6 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1455, average no of electors per polling station was 616.

Session 2004 (C.Kumar):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election C.Kumar was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner C.Kumar (INC) got 314555 votes while his rival Shanta Kumar (BJP) got 296764 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 17791 (2.77% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 6 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1455, average no of electors per polling station was 710.

Session 2009 (Rajan Sushant):

In this edition of Lok Sabha election Rajan Sushant was selected as a MP from Kangra Constituency. As a winner Rajan Sushant (BJP) got 322254 votes while his rival C.Kumar (INC) got 301475 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 20779. There were total 10 no of contestants from Kangra constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1777, average no of electors per polling station was 663.

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