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2004 Elections: Votes distribution of top political parties in Karad constituency
2004 Election Results for Karad Constituency
Patil Shriniwas Dadasaheb of NCP defeated Mankumare Vasant Dnyandev of SHS by 196,730 votes in 2004 Indian elections.
|1||Patil Shriniwas Dadasaheb||NCP||436,732||61.12 %|
|2||Mankumare Vasant Dnyandev||SHS||240,002||33.59 %|
|3||Adv. Kamble Prabhakar Mansing||BSP||17,361||2.43 %|
|4||Anandrao Tukaram Thorat||IND||12,040||1.69 %|
|5||Jadhav Balikrishna Alias Balasaheb Bhimrao||RSPS||8,388||1.17 %|
Latest News about Karad
The CPI(M) state committee members who led this election campaign were: In Dindori, candidate JP Gavit, Kumar Shiralkar, Dr DL Karad, Dr Vithal More, ...
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Maharashtra election results from 1957 to till date for Karad parliamentary constituency.
Election Commission Of India - State Elections 1999. Karad South Assembly Constituency. Status: Result Declared Snapshot at 18:16 Hrs. on Fri Oct 08, 1999 ...
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