Pathalgaon Assembly Seat
Chhattisgarh seat is gaining momentum regarding the assembly elections. Voting will be conducted here in two phases. Everyone’s eyes are on many seats in the state politics, which also includes Pathalgaon seat. Pathalgaon seat reserved for Scheduled Tribes falls in Jashpur district. Congress is in control of this seat. Congress has fielded its MLA Rampukar Singh for Pathalgaon seat, while in response, Bharatiya Janata Party has given ticket to Lok Sabha MP Gomti Sai.
How many voters, how much population
If we look at the election results of Pathalgaon assembly seat in the 2018 elections, Congress had won here. Congress’s Rampukar Singh got 96,599 votes while BJP’s Shivshankar got 59,913 votes. Rampukar Singh lost this contest by a margin of 36,686 (21.8%) votes.
In the then elections, there were a total of 2,14,865 voters in Pathalgaon seat in which the number of male voters was 1,05,713 and the number of female voters was 1,09,144. Out of this, 1,68,200 (80.7%) voters cast their votes.
How was the political history?
If we talk about the political history of Pathalgaon seat, in the last 3 elections, Congress won twice and BJP won once. BJP candidate Shivshankar Paikra had won the 2013 elections, when he defeated Congress candidate Rampukar Singh.
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Whereas in the 2008 assembly elections, Congress candidate Rampukar Singh had won. He defeated BJP candidate Vishnudev Sai. He won the election by a margin of 9916 votes. This time, BJP has fielded Lok Sabha MP Gomti Sai to avenge the previous defeat. In such a situation, everyone’s eyes will be on this seat.