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2014 Loksabha Election in Odisha

Updated on May 19, 2014

Odisha or Orissa

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Odisha

Odisha is situated at 20.15°N and 85.50°E in the east coastal part of India by the Bay-of-Bengal.Odisha,which has been established on 1 April in 1936, consists of 30 districts in its area of about Total 155,820 square km ,inhabiting a population of 41,947,358 in total.This coastal states has 21 Parliamentary Constituencies and 147 Assembly Constituencies in total.Governor is S.C. Jamir and the Chief Minister is none other than Chief Minister Naveen Patnaik from Biju Janata Dal(BJD).There are 73.45% literate people ,having Oriya as their mother tongue in Odisha.

Patnaik-Chief Minister(CM) or Common Man(CM)of Odisha After 2014 Election.

What after poll- Chief Minister(CM) or Common Man(CM)
What after poll- Chief Minister(CM) or Common Man(CM) | Source

Previous Loksabha Result Since 1951

2004 Parliamentary Election Result
Biju Janata Dal (BJD) =11
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) = 7
Indian National Congress (INC) 2
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) =1

1999 Parliamentary Election Result
Biju Janata Dal (BJD) = 10
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) = 9
Indian National Congress (INC) = 2


1998 Parliamentary Election Result
Biju Janata Dal (BJD) = 9
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) = 7
Indian National Congress (INC) =5


1996 Parliamentary Election Result
Indian National Congress (INC) =16
Janata Dal (JD) = 4
Samata Party (SAP) = 1


1991 Parliamentary Election Result
Communist Party of India (CPI) = 1
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) = 1
Indian National Congress (INC) = 13
Janata Dal (JD) = 6


1989 Parliamentary Election Result
Communist Party of India (CPI) = 1
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) = 1
Indian National Congress (INC) = 3
Janata Dal (JD) = 16

1984 Parliamentary Election Result
Indian National Congress (INC) = 20
Janata Party (JNP) = 1


1980 Parliamentary Election Result
Indian National Congress (I) (INC)(I) = 20
Janata Party (S)(JNP)(S) = 1


1977 Parliamentary Election Result
Bharatiya Lok Dal (BLD) = 15
Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPM) = 1
Indian National Congress (INC) = 4
Independent (IND) = 1

1971 Parliamentary Election Result
Communist Party of India (CPI) = 1
Indian National Congress (INC) = 15
Swatantra Party (SWA) = 3
Utkal Congress (UTC) = 1

1967 Parliamentary Election Result
Indian National Congress (INC) = 6
Independent (IND) = 1
Praja Socialist Party (PSP) = 4
Samyukta Socialist Party (SSP) = 1
Swatantra Party (SWA) = 8

1962 Parliamentary Election Result
Gantantra Parishad (GP) = 4
Indian National Congress (INC) = 14
Praja Socialist Party (PSP) = 1
Socialist Party (SOC) = 1


1957 Parliamentary Election Result
Communist Party of India (CPI) = 1
Gantantra Parishad (GP) = 5
Indian National Congress (INC) = 4
Independent (IND) = 3
Praja Socialist Party (PSP) = 1

1951 Parliamentary Election Result
Communist Party of India (CPI) = 1
Gantantra Parishad (GP) = 5
Indian National Congress (INC) = 7
Independent (IND) = 1
Socialist Party (SP) = 1

Modi-Fication

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Look At 2009 Loksabha Result

Result in 2009 Loksabha

Biju Janata Dal (BJD) =14

Communist Party of India (CPI) = 1

Indian National Congress (INC) = 6

This is the picture that voters of Odisha have resulted in.Biju Janata Dal(BJD) is holding the maximum while Indian National Congress is able to hold a decent number.It gets 6 seats.Coommunist Party of India holds a seat .Thus the picture is clear ,in Odisha the main power is Biju Janata Dal(BJD) in which people have keep their faith again and again.Congress is not a matter to dismiss.It has also gotten six seats which means there are Congress supporters as well.But in the tally sheet ,we do not find a trace of BJP or Bharatiya Janata Party which has a successful history in its name for Odisha in Parliamentary Constituencies.Now ,it appears that the Modi-Wave draws the mind of the people of Odisha back into Bharatiya Janata Party's favour.

Incumbent MPs in 2014 Loksabha in Odisha/Orissa

 
 
 
1 Bargarh
Sanjay Bhoi
Indian National Congress
2 Sundargarh
Hemanand Biswal
Indian National Congress
3 Sambalpur
Amarnath Pradhan
Indian National Congress
4 Keonjhar
Yashbant Narayan Singh Laguri
Biju Janata Dal
5 Mayurbhanj
Laxman Tudu
Biju Janata Dal
6 Balasore
Srikant Kumar Jena
Indian National Congress
7 Bhadrak
Arjun Charan Sethi
Biju Janata Dal
8 Jajpur
Mohan Jena
Biju Janata Dal
9 Dhenkanal
Tathagata Satpathy
Biju Janata Dal
10 Bolangir
Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo
Biju Janata Dal
11 Kalahandi
Bhakta Charan Das
Indian National Congress
12 Nabarangpur
Pradeep Kumar Majhi
Indian National Congress
13 Kandhamal
Rudramadhab Ray
Biju Janata Dal
14 Cuttack
Bhartruhari Mahtab
Biju Janata Dal
15 Kendrapara
Baijayant Panda
Biju Janata Dal
16 Jagatsinghpur
Bibhu Prasad Tarai
Communist Party of India
17 Puri
Pinaki Misra
Biju Janata Dal
18 Bhubaneswar
Prasanna Kumar Patasani
Biju Janata Dal
19 Aska
Nityananda Pradhan
Biju Janata Dal
20 Berhampur
Siddhanta Mahapatra
Biju Janata Dal
21 Koraput
Jayaram Pangi
Biju Janata Dal

Contesting Candidates in 2014 Loksabha in Odisha

PC No and Name
AAP
BJP
Congress
BJD
1 Bargarh
Lingaraj
Shri Subash Chauhan
Sanjay Bhoi
Dr. Prabhas Singh
2 Sundargarh (ST)
Basil Ekka
Shri Jual Oram
Hemanand Biswal
Dr. Dillip Tirky
3 Sambalpur
Anand Samal
Shri Suresh Pujari
Amarnath Pradhan
Shri Nagendra Pradhan
4 Keonjhar (ST)
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Shri Anant Nayak
Madhav Sardar
Smt Sakuntala Laguri
5 Mayurbhanj (ST)
Chhabi Mahali
Dr Nepol Raghu Murmu
Shyam Sundar Hansdah
Shri Ramachandra Hansda
6 Balasore
Mamata Kundu
Shri Pratap Sarangi
Srikant Jena
Shri Rabindra Jena
7 Bhadrak (SC)
Narayan Chandra Jena
Shri Sarat Dash
Sangram Jena
Shri Arjun Sethi
8 Jajpur (SC)
KALANDI MALLICK
Shri Amiya Mallick
Ashok Das
Smt Rita Tarai
9 Dhenkanal
Jimuta Prasad Mishra
Shri Rudra Narayan Pani
Sudhir Kumar Samal
Shri Tathagat Satpathy
10 Bolangir
Saraswati Nanda
Smt Sangeeta Kumari Singh Deo
Sarat Patnaik
Shri Kalikesh Narayan Singh
11 Kalahandi
Satya Mahar
Shri Pradeep Nayak
Bhakta Charan Das
Shri Arka Keshari Deo
12 Nabarangpur (ST)
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Shri Parsuram Majhi
Pradeep Kumar Majhi
Shri Balabhadra Majhi
13 Kandhamal
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Shri Sukanta Panigrahi
Harihar Karan
Shri Hemendra Singh
14 Cuttack
Dr.Bikash Das
Shri Sameer Dey
Smt. Aparajita Mohanty
Shri Bhatruhari Mahatab
15 Kendrapara
Md. Samim Akhtar
Shri Bishnu Das
Dharnidhar Nayak
Shri Baijyanta Panda
16 Jagatsinghpur (SC)
Anupama Sethy
Shri Baidhar Mallik
Bibhu Prasad Tarai
Dr. Kulamani Samal
17 Puri
Nirada Barana Khuntia
Shri Ashok Sahu
Smt. Sucharita Mohanty
Shri Pinaki Mishra
18 Bhubaneswar
Bismaya Mahapatra
Shri Pruthwiraj Harichandan
Bijay Mohanty
Shri Prassana Patsani
19 Aska
Prabhat Kumar Mohanty
Shri Mahesh Mohanty
Loknath Rath
Shri Ladu Kishor Swain
20 Berhampur
Dr. Dhanada Kanta Mishra
Shri Ram Chandra Panda
Chandra Sekhar Sahu
Shri Sidhanta Mohapatra
21 Koraput (ST)
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Shri Shibashankar Ulka
Dr. Giridhar Gamang
Shri Jhina Hikka
Let us wait to see the battle in the 2014 Loksabha.

Modi vs Patnaik

Wll Patnaik be laughing after the Loksabha result ?
Wll Patnaik be laughing after the Loksabha result ? | Source

BJD or BJP

All eyes are on Loksabha Election of 10th and 17th April in Odisha where Nabin Patnaik has been governing since 2000 .He got 14 Loksabha seats and 103 Bidhansabha in 2009 Election.It is expected that the BJD could get 17 Lok Sabha seats out of 21 total seats.BJD leader insists on their work on education,health,quiting poverty etc.They believe that in their time,rate of poverty has been reduced.Primary education gets full strength.Death of infant and woman has been decreased.Poor people are given rice 1 Re a kg.Thus basic need is filled up.The subsidised rice scheme for BPL started at Rs 2 per kg as it had been declared before the 2009 election ,has reduced to Re 1 a kg in February 2013.It helped BJD in the assembly and Lok Sabha election that year. But Mohapatra has now launched his party, the Odisha Jan Morcha.Patnaik has become alone.He is one and only face to face the mob in polotical rallies ,campaigns and gatherings.Crowd seem to be lessening.Comparatively in BJP's rally of Modi or Congress's rally of Rahul are getting more success in respect of crowd.Mining scam has already been leak out.

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