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Jaynagar (Lok Sabha constituency)

Existence1962–Present
ReservationReserved for SC
Current MPPratima Mondal
PartyAll India Trinamool Congress
Elected Year2019
StateWest Bengal
Total Electors1,458,724[1]
Assembly ConstituenciesGosaba (SC)
Basanti (SC)
Kultali (SC)
Jaynagar (SC)
Canning Paschim (SC)
Canning Purba
Magrahat Purba (SC)

Jaynagar (Lok Sabha constituency) is one of the 543 Parliamentary constituencies in India. The constituency centres on Jaynagar in West Bengal. All the seven legislative assembly segments of No. 19 Jaynagar (Lok Sabha constituency) are in South 24 Parganas district. The seat is reserved for Scheduled Castes.

Legislative Assembly Segments

Parliamentary constituencies in West Bengal - 1. Cooch Behar, 2. Alipurduars, 3. Jalpaiguri, 4. Darjeeling, 5. Raiganj, 6. Balurghat, 7. Maldaha Uttar, 8. Maldaha Dakshin, 9. Jangipur, 10. Baharampur, 11. Murshidabad, 12. Krishnanagar, 13. Ranaghat, 14. Bangaon, 15. Barrackpore, 16. Dum Dum, 17. Barasat, 18. Basirhat, 19. Jaynagar, 20. Mathurapur, 21. Diamond Harbour, 22. Jadavpur, 23. Kolkata Dakshin, 24. Kolkata Uttar, 25. Howrah, 26. Uluberia, 27. Serampore, 28. Hooghly, 29. Arambagh, 30. Tamluk, 31, Kanthi, 32. Ghatal, 33. Jhargram, 34. Medinipur, 35. Purulia, 36. Bankura, 37. Bishnupur, 38. Bardhaman Purba, 39. Bardhaman Durgapur, 40. Asansol, 41. Bolpur, 42. Birbhum

As per order of the Delimitation Commission in respect of the Delimitation of constituencies in the West Bengal, Jaynagar (Lok Sabha constituency) is composed of the following legislative assembly segments from 2009:[2]

In 2004, Jaynagar (Lok Sabha constituency) was composed of the following legislative assembly segments:[3]

Members of Parliament

Lok Sabha Duration Constituency Name of M.P. Party Affiliation
Third 1962-1967 Jaynagar Paresh Nath Kayal Indian National Congress[4]
Fourth 1967-1971 Chitta Roy Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)[5][6]
Fifth 1971-1977 Sakti Kumar Sarkar Indian National Congress[7]
Sixth 1977-1980 Sakti Kumar Sarkar Bharatiya Lok Dal[8]
Seventh 1980-1984 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party[9]
Eighth 1984-1989 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)[10]
Ninth 1989-1991 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)[11]
Tenth 1991-1996 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)[12]
Eleventh 1996-1998 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)[13]
Twelfth 1998-1999 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)[14]
Thirteenth 1999-2004 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)[15]
Fourteenth 2004-2009 Sanat Kumar Mandal Revolutionary Socialist Party (India)[16]
Fifteenth 2009-2014 Dr. Tarun Mondal Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)[17]
Sixteenth 2014-2019 Pratima Mondal All India Trinamool Congress[18]
Seventeenth 2019-Incumbent Pratima Mondal All India Trinamool Congress

Election Results

General Election 2019

General Election, 2019: Jaynagar
Party Candidate Votes % ±
AITC Pratima Mondal 7,61,206 56.13 +14.42
BJP Ashok Kandari 4,44,427 32.77 +23.23
RSP Subhas Naskar 67,913 5.01 -27.57
SUCI(C) Joy Krishna Halder 38,261 2.82 -7.08
INC Tapan Mondal 18,758 1.38 -2.87
Majority 3,16,775 23.36 14.22
Turnout 13,56,102
AITC hold Swing


e • d 2019 Indian general election
West Bengal summary
Party Seats won Seat change Vote percentage Vote change %
Trinamool Congress 22 Decrease12 43 Increase4
Bharatiya Janata Party 18 Increase16 40 Increase23
Indian National Congress 2 Decrease2 6 Decrease4
Left Front 0 Decrease2 7 Decrease24

Source: Election Results 2019 Note: The vote share may change marginally once the final data is released by Election Commission.


General Election 2014

General Election, 2014: Jaynagar[18][19]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
AITC Pratima Mondal 494,746 41.71 +41.71
RSP Subhas Naskar 386,362 32.58 -10.28
SUCI(C) Dr. Tarun Mandal 117,454 9.90 -38.82
BJP Krishnapada Majumder 113,206 9.54 +6.85
INC Arnab Roy 38,493 3.25 +3.25
AIUDF Taranga Mondal 13,333
RJSP Maniklal Sardar 5,908
Independent Subhash Naskar 5,161
BSP Ananya Sarkar 2,909
BMP Dr. Rabin Naskar 2,657
NOTA None Of The Above 8,819 0.60 ---
Turnout 1,189,048 81.51
Majority 108,384 9.14
AITC gain from SUCI(C) Swing
e • d 2014 Indian general election
West Bengal summary
Party Seats won Seat change Vote percentage
Trinamool Congress 34 Increase15 39.3
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 2 Decrease7 22.7
Communist Party of India 0 Decrease2 2.3
Revolutionary Socialist Party 0 Decrease2 2.4
Forward Bloc 0 Decrease2 2.1
Indian National Congress 4 Decrease2 9.6
Bharatiya Janata Party 2 Increase1 16.8
Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist) 0 Decrease1 0.7

Source: General Election to the Lok Sabha 2014 - State wise seats won & valid votes polled by political parties
General Elections 2009 to the 15th Lok Sabha - Party wise seats won and votes polled


General Election 2009

General Election, 2009: Jaynagar[17][6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
SUCI(C) Dr. Tarun Mandal 446,200 48.72
RSP Nimai Barman 392,495 42.86
BJP Nirode Chandra Halder 24,608 2.15
AIUDF Taranga Mondal 17,087 1.49
Independent Shyamal Naskar 10,809 0.95
BSP Arabinda Halder 9,209 0.81
Independent Shankar Haldar 8,855 0.77
RDMP Tapas Tarafdar 6,573 0.57
Majority 53,705 5.9
Turnout 915,836 80.08
SUCI(C) gain from RSP Swing
e • d 2009 Indian general election
West Bengal summary
Party Seats won Seat change Vote percentage
Trinamool Congress 19 Increase18 31.8
Indian National Congress 6 Increase0 13.45
Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist) 1 Increase1 NA
Communist Party of India (Marxist) 9 Decrease17 33.1
Communist Party of India 2 Decrease1 3.6
Revolutionary Socialist Party 2 Decrease1 3.56
Forward bloc 2 Decrease1 3.04
Bharatiya Janata Party 1 Increase1 6.14

General Elections 1962-2004

Most of the contests were multi-cornered. However, only winners and runners-up are mentioned below:

Year Voters Voter Turnout Winner Runners up
%age Candidate %age Party Candidate %age Party
1962 297,962 55.98 Paresh Nath Kayal 53.28 Indian National Congress Sailendra Nath Haldar 46.72 Communist Party of India[4]
1967 373,749 71.07 Chitta Roy 43.95 Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist) Paresh Nath Kayal 35.84 Indian National Congress[5][6]
1971 393,696 70.16 Sakti Kumar Sarkar 41.61 Indian National Congress Nirmal Kumar Sinha 22.18 Communist Party of India (Marxist)[7]
1977 380,210 60.73 Sakti Kumar Sarkar 48.92 Bharatiya Lok Dal Nirmal Kanti Mondal 32.49 Indian National Congress[8]
1980 528,330 75.97 Sanat Kumar Mandal 45.72 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Gobinda Chandra Naskar 36.32 Indian National Congress[9]
1984 611,190 80.11 Sanat Kumar Mandal 44.17 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Ardhendu Sekhar Naskar 40.76 Indian National Congress[10]
1989 758,240 81.34 Sanat Kumar Mandal 45.35 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Ardhendu Sekhar Naskar 36.78 Indian National Congress[11]
1991 754,350 78.88 Sanat Kumar Mandal 46.01 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Narayan Naskar 28.02 Indian National Congress[12]
1996 894.59 84.11 Sanat Kumar Mandal 48.17 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Jogesh Roy 31.60 Indian National Congress[13]
1998 858,360 77.98 Sanat Kumar Mandal 48.48 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Krishnapada Majumdar 27.49 Bharatiya Janata Party[14]
1999 815.92 73.05 Sanat Kumar Mandal 49.39 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Krishnapada Majumdar 34.80 Bharatiya Janata Party[15]
2004 807,320 71.01 Sanat Kumar Mandal 55.81 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) Asit Baran Thakur 27.22 Bharatiya Janata Party[16]

References

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  2. ^ "Delimitation Commission Order No. 18" (PDF). Table B – Extent of Parliamentary Constituencies. Government of West Bengal. Retrieved 15 November 2010.
  3. ^ "Statistical Report on General Elections, 2004 to the 14th Lok Sabha" (PDF). Volume III Details For Assembly Segments Of Parliamentary Constituencies. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 1 October 2010.
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  18. ^ a b "General Elections 2014 - Constituency Wise Detailed Results" (PDF). West Bengal. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 21 June 2016.
  19. ^ CEO West Bengal. Form 7A - 19 Jaynagar

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