Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha Election Result 2019 LIVE Updates: Manish Tewari of Congress wins by over 46,000 votes
In 2014 Lok Sabha Election, SAD’s Prem Singh Chandumajra defeated Congress leader Ambika Soni.
Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha Constituency
Constituency number: 6
Total electors: 15,64,721
Female electors: 7,47,535
Male electors: 8,17,186
Delimited: Yes. It was created in 2008. Banga and Nawan Shahr Assembly segments were added from erstwhile Phillaur Lok Sabha seat in 2008. Chamkaur Sahib, Kharar assembly seats were added from erstwhile Ropar Lok Sabha constituency which was dissolved in 2008.
Assembly constituencies: Garhshankar, Banga (SC), Nawan Shahr, Balachaur, Anandpur Sahib, Rupnagar, Chamkaur Sahib (SC), Kharar, SAS Nagar
Results in last four Lok Sabha elections: Congress leader Ravneet Singh won the seat in 2009. In 2014, SAD’s Prem Singh Chandumajra defeated Congress leader Ambika Soni.
Demographics: It covers the entire Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar and Rupnagar districts and parts of Hoshiarpur district. Rupnagar district has a population of 6,84,627 people comprising 3,57,485 males and 3,27,142 females. Of the total population, 74 percent lives in rural areas. The sex ratio of the district is 915 and its literacy rate is 82.19 percent. Shaheed Bhagat Singh Nagar district has a population of 6,10,312 people with an SC population of 2,60,284.
PSEB 12th Result 2021 Declared Updates: Result link active on third party website; passing percentage at 96.48%
PSEB 12th Result 2021 Updates: As many as 2,82,248 of the 2,92,683 students cleared Class 12 this year, taking the pass percentage to 96.48
PSEB 12th Result 2021 Declared: 96.48% students clear boards; result links to be active on pseb.nic.in tomorrow, say reports
PSEB 12th Result 2021 Declared: Besides official website pseb.ac.in, students can also check Punjab Board 12th scores by sending an SMS to 5676750
Opposition leaders in Punjab have demanded that the government clarify that based on which report of doctors and education experts was such an important decision was taken that will affect the lives of 60.5 lakh children