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Jehanabad Election Final Result 2020 Declared: RJD’s Kumar Krishna Mohan defeats JD(U)’ Krishnanandan Prasad Verma by 33,902 votes

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Jehanabad Election Final Result 2020 Declared: JD(U) has suffered a salubrious loss from 216 Jehanabad Assembly constituency with explain training and social welfare minister Krishnanandan Prasad Verma losing the seat to RJD’s Kumar Krishna Mohan aka Suday Yadav by nearly 34,000 votes.

The election to the Jehanabad constituency used to be said to be a triangular contest between Verma, Mohan and LJP’s Indu Devi Kashyap.

Mohan emerged as the winner from the Jehanabad Assembly constituency, an RJD stronghold, polling 47.03 percent (75,030) of the total votes as when put next to Verma who obtained good 25.78 percent (40,563) votes. LJP’s Kashyap used to be obtained 23,828 (or 15.15 percent) of the total votes.

Sl No Candidate Event Complete Votes % of Votes
1 Kumar Krishna Mohan urf Suday Yadav Rashtriya Janata Dal 75,030 47.03
2  Krishannandan Prasad Verma  Janata Dal (United)  41,128 25.78
3 Indu Devi Kashyap  Lok Jan Shakti Event 24,176 15.15

In step with Moneycontrol, JDU’s Krishnanandan Prasad Verma who is the minister for training and social welfare within the mark Nitish Kumar authorities faces a discipline from Indu Devi Kashyap of the LJP however incumbent MLA from RJD Kumar Krishna Mohan is now not any longer going to let scoot off his seat without wretchedness.Falling beneath the district and Lok Sabha constituency with the similar name, the Jehanabad Assembly Constituency has remained is an RJD stronghold.

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Right here is a pair of data in regards to the Jehanabad constituency:

Complete quantity of voters: 2,86,098

Quantity of male voters: 1,50,106

Quantity of feminine voters: 1,35,984

Quantity of transgender voters: 8

Voter turnout in 2020: 52.98 percent

Voter turnout in 2015: 55.22 percent

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