G. Udayagiri
Odisha Legislative Assembly Constituency
DistrictKandhamal
BlocksG. Udayagiri, Daringbadi, Tikabali, Raikia
Electorate2,00,776 (as on 2019)[1]
Major settlementsG. Udayagiri
Current constituency
Created1951
PartyBiju Janta Dal
MLASaluga Pradhan
Const. No.83
Reserved forScheduled Tribes
Lok Sabha ConstituenciesKandhamal

G. Udayagiri (Sl. No.: 83) is a Vidhan Sabha constituency of Kandhamal district, Odisha.[2]

Area of this constituency include G. Udayagiri, G. Udayagiri block, Daringbadi block, Tikabali block and Raikia block.[3][4]

In 2009 election, Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Manoj Kumar Pradhan defeated Indian National Congress candidate Ajayanti Pradhan by a margin of 23,935 votes.[5]

Elected Members

Vote share of Winning candidates [6]
2014
39.82%
2009
43.92%
2004
48.76%
2000
50.08%
1995
49.73%
1990
49.78%
1985
58.25%
1980
54.15%
1977
53.73%

16 elections held during 1951 to 2019. Elected members from the G. Udayagiri constituency are:[7]

2019 Election Result

2019 Vidhan Sabha Election, G. Udayagiri [8]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJD Saluga Pradhan 53238[1] 38.61
INC Shyamghana Pradhan 41977 30.45
BJP Archana Pradhan 35998 26.11
Independent Jacob Pradhan (incumbent} 1920 1.31
Independent Pushara Kanhar 1492 1.08
Independent Pratap Kumar Pradhan 1238 0.9
NCP Asish Mallik 1074 0.78
NOTA None of the above 938 0.68
Majority
Turnout 137875 68.67
Registered electors 2,00,776
[[Biju Janata Dal|BJD]] gain from [[Indian National Congress|INC]] Swing

2014 Election Result

In 2014 election, Indian National Congress candidate Jacob Pradhan defeated Biju Janata Dal candidate Pradeep Kumar Pradhan by a margin of 10,289 votes.[9]

2014 Vidhan Sabha Election, G. Udayagiri[10][11]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Jacob Pradhan 48,958 39.82 19.26
BJD Pradeep Kumar Pradhan 39,669 31.45 16.01
BJP Managobinda Pradhan 27,295 22.2 -21.72
AOP Pradeep Kumar Mallick 3,205 2.61
NCP Menaka Pradhan 1,867 1.52
Independent Sanjaya Kumar Pradhan 1,156 0.94
NOTA None of the above 1,790 1.46 -
Majority 10,289 8.37 -14.99
Turnout 1,22,940 71.04 5.59
Registered electors 1,73,047
INC gain from BJP

Summary of results of the 2009 Election

2009 Vidhan Sabha Election, G. Udayagiri[12]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Manoj Kumar Pradhan 45,009 43.92 -
INC Ajayanti Pradhan 21,074 20.56 -
BJD Luko Sunamajhi 15,818 15.44 -
Independent Saluga Pradhan 10,715 10.46 -
BSP Shyamaghan Pradhan 2,068 2.02 -
Independent Nameswar Sunamajhi 2,027 1.98 -
Independent Pradeep Kumar Konhar 1,840 1.80 -
Independent Menaka Pradhan 1,559 1.52 -
Independent Sanjaya Pradhan 1,428 1.39 -
SP Philmon Pradhan 938 0.92 -
Majority 23,935 23.36[a] -
Turnout 1,02,536 65.45 -

Notes

  1. ^ %of total valid votes

References

  1. ^ a b c "Odisha Legislative Assembly Election, 2019". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 16 December 2020.
  2. ^ "Orissa Assembly Election 2009". empoweringindia.org. Retrieved 20 February 2014. Constituency: G. Udayagiri (83) District : Kandhamal
  3. ^ "Assembly Constituencies and their Extent" (PDF).
  4. ^ "Seats of Odisha".
  5. ^ "Orissa Election Result 2009 With Vote Margin". leadtech.in. Archived from the original on 27 May 2013. Retrieved 20 February 2014. 23935
  6. ^ "103 - G.Udayagiri Assembly Constituency". eci.nic.in. 2006. Retrieved 27 March 2014. List Of Winning Candidates
  7. ^ "Archived copy" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 17 December 2013. Retrieved 20 February 2014.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)
  8. ^ "List of Contesting Candidates(Phase-II) (AC)" (PDF). ceoorissa.nic.in. Office of the Chief Electoral Officer, Odisha. Retrieved 17 April 2019.
  9. ^ "Constituency Wise odisha Assembly Election result 2014". Leadtech.in. Archived from the original on 18 August 2014. Retrieved 2 September 2014.
  10. ^ "Odisha - G.Udayagiri". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 2 September 2014.
  11. ^ "Orissa Assembly Election 2014, Constituency: G.Udayagiri (83)". EmpoweringIndia.org. Retrieved 2 September 2014.
  12. ^ "Statistical Report on General Election, 2009 to the Legislative Assembly of Orissa". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 6 October 2021.