Kantamal, Boudh Assembly Elections 2019 Results in Odisha: BJD Wins Both Seats
Kantamal and Boudh Assembly Constituencies. Image used for representational purpose. (Photo Credit: LatestLY)

Bhubaneswar, May 23: The results of the Kantamal and Boudh Assembly constituencies in Odisha was declared today. The counting of votes began on the Kantamal and Boudh Assembly constituencies in Odisha at 8 am on Thursday, May 23. BJD won both the Kantamal and Boudh Assembly seats.

Voting took place for the Kantamal and Boudh seats in the second phase of Assembly Elections 2019. A total voter turnout of 57.41 per cent was recorded, as per Election Commission of India. Stay with us for Live updates on the results for the Kantamal and Boudh Assembly constituencies in Odisha. Odisha Election Results 2019 Live News Updates

According to the Election Commission’s briefings, the process of filing nomination for Second Phase of Assembly elections in Odisha began on March 18, which continued till March 26. The scrutiny was done on March 27, and the last date for the withdrawal of the nominations was March 29. The polling will take place on April 18. Odisha Lok Sabha Elections 2019 Schedule: Constituency-Wise Dates Of Voting And Results For General Elections.

Assembly Constituencies Going for Polls in Phase 2 With Details:

Kantamal (85) Assembly Seat 2014 Results:

Winning MLA: Mahidhdar Rana (BJD)

Losing Candidate: Harinarayan Pradhan (INC)

2019 Candidates:

BJD: Mahidhdar Rana

BJP: Kanhai Danga

Congress: Prashant Sahoo

Boudh (86) Assembly Seat 2014 Results:

Winning MLA: Pradip Kumar Amat (BJD)

Losing Candidate: Susanta Kumar Pradhan (INC)

2019 Candidates:

BJD: Pradip Kumar Amat

BJP: Susanta Kumar Pradhan

Congress: Yet to declare

Assembly Elections 2019 Schedule for Second Phase:

Announcement and Issue of Press Note March 10
Issue of Notification March 18
Last date for filing nomination March 26
Scrutiny of nomination March 27
Last date for withdrawal of candidature March 29
Date Of Poll April 18
Date of Result May 23
Dates Before Elections Shall be Completed May 27

In 2014 Odisha Assembly polls, BJD bagged 117 seats, While Congress could manage only 16 seats. Meanwhile, BJP secured 10 seats, and CPI (M) Samata Kranti Dal and an individual won one seats each. Odisha Assembly elections will take place in four phases, starting from April 11 to April 29. The results would be declared on May 23, along with the Lok Sabha Elections results.