Live updates of election results from Gurdaspur headquarters in Punjab. A total of 13 candidates are running in this constituency in the Punjab Assembly elections in 2022: Raman Bahl (AAP), Parminder Singh Gill (BJP), Barindermeet Singh Pahra (INC), Gurbachan Singh Babehali (SAD), Simranjit Singh Maan (PKD), Sunny (IND), Sunny Gill (IND), Karandeep Singh (IND), Gurpreet Singh (IND), Jagdish Masih (IND), Deepak Sharma (IND), Paramjeet Singh (IND), Inderpal Singh (SYSP) ).
In the 2022 elections, this constituency recorded an estimated turnout of 72.02%, which is -4.04% compared to the 2017 elections. This seat was won by Barindermeet Singh Pahra of the INC in the polls of the 2017 Assembly.
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Constituency No. 4 Gurdaspur (गुरदासपुर) is an Assembly/Vidhan Sabha seat in Majha Region and Gurdaspur District in Punjab. Gurdaspur is part of Gurdaspur Lok Sabha/parliamentary constituency. This seat is categorized as: General, Semi Urban.
This General Assembly constituency has an estimated Scheduled Caste population of 21.18% and an estimated Scheduled Tribe population of 0%, according to the Boundaries Commission Report, 2008. The estimated literacy level of the district in which this constituency is located is 79.95%, according to the Census of India, 2011.
In the 2022 elections, there were a total of 169,628 eligible voters in the constituency, of which 80,682 were male and 88,941 female and 5 registered voters were third gender.
The male to female voter ratio in Gurdaspur in 2022 is: 1,102 female voters for every 1,000 male voters.
In the 2017 Assembly polls, there were a total of 1,55,277 eligible voters, including 82,102 men, 73,175 women, and 0 third-gender voters.
In the 2012 Punjab Assembly elections, there were a total of 1,40,023 eligible voters, including 73,086 males, 66,937 females and 0 third gender voters.
The number of duty voters in Gurdaspur in 2017 was 1,631. In 2012, there were 1,644 registered duty voters in the constituency.
PAST WINNERS / MPS:
In the 2017 Punjab Assembly elections, Barindermeet Singh Pahra of INC won this seat beating Gurbachan Singh Babehali of SAD by a margin of 28,956 or 24.67% of the total votes cast for the seat . The INC had a 57.68% vote share in 2017 in this seat.
In 2012, Gurbachan Singh Babbehali of SAD emerged victorious from this seat beating Raman Bahl of INC by a margin of 21,570 votes or 20.62% of the total votes cast in the constituency. SAD had a 57.25% voting share in the seat.
In the 2019 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP secured the highest number of votes in the 4 Gurdaspur Assembly segment of the 1. Gurdaspur Lok Sabha Constituency. BJP’s Sunny Deol Won Gurdaspur’s Parliament Seat By Defeating INC’s Sunil Jakhar
In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the BJP won the most votes in this assembly segment and the AAP won the Gurdaspur parliament seat.
NUMBER OF COMPETITORS:
A total of 13 candidates ran in the 2022 elections from this seat. In 2017, there were 9 candidates running for this seat and 9 in the 2012 elections.
Candidates running for the Punjab Assembly elections in 2022 from Gurdaspur are: Raman Bahl (AAP), Parminder Singh Gill (BJP), Barindermeet Singh Pahra (INC), Gurbachan Singh Babehali (SAD), Simranjit Singh Maan (PKD), Sunny (IND), Sunny Gill (IND), Karandeep Singh (IND), Gurpreet Singh (IND), Jagdish Masih (IND), Deepak Sharma (IND), Paramjeet Singh (IND), Inderpal Singh (SYSP) ).
In the Punjab Assembly elections in 2022, the estimated turnout for this seat was 72.02%. In 2017, this seat recorded a participation of 76.06%, while it was 74.8% in 2012.
Gurdaspur went to the polls in Phase 1 of the Punjab Assembly Elections 2022 on Sunday, February 20, 2022. The counting of votes takes place on Thursday, March 10, 2022.
NUMBER OF POLLING STATIONS:
In the 2022 elections, there were total polling stations in Gurdaspur Assembly Constituency No. 4. The corresponding figure for the 2017 elections was 184. In 2012, there were 156 polling stations.
Gurdaspur Assembly Constituency No. 4 comprises the following areas of Gurdaspur district in Punjab: KCs Gurdaspur, Jaura Chhatran, Tibbar and Gurdaspur (City Council and OG) of Gurdaspur Tehsil.
A total of three Assembly constituencies in the state of Punjab border Gurdaspur constituency namely: Dina Nagar, Qadian, Dera Baba Nanak. This constituency shares an interstate border with: no other states.
The total area covered by Gurdaspur is about 317 square kilometers.
The geographical coordinates of Gurdaspur are: 31°59’59.6″N 75°22’09.5″E.
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