Battle of Postal Votes in Odisha: BJP 20, Congress 1, BJD 0

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Nation First News: We all know that BJD has maintained a lead in Lok Sabha Polls in Odisha by winning 12 out of 21 seats, while BJP managed to win 8 seats. The Congress had to be content with 1 seat. However, an analysis of the results gives a clear indication that BJP has swept the polls by winning 20 out of 21 seats when it comes to postal ballots.

The EC had separate vote counts for postal and EVM. Although the postal vote count is very very less as compared to EVMs, the message is loud and clear. Most Government Employees have given a big thumbs up to BJP by rejecting the BJD. Barring Nabarangpur Parliamentary Constituency, where Pradeep Majhi (Congress) took the lead, BJP won the battle of postal votes in all other 20 constituencies.

Constituency-wise Postal Votes:

Aska:
Anita Subhadarshini (BJP) – 1793
Pramila Bisoyi (BJD) – 385
Rama Krushna Panda (CPI) – 89

Balasore:
Pratap Chandra Sarangi (BJP) – 2420
Rabindra Kumar Jena (BJD) – 660
Navajyoti Patnaik (Congress) – 333

Bargarh:
Suresh Pujari (BJP) – 4171
Prasanna Acharya (BJD) – 1077
Pradeep Kumar Debta (Congress) – 519

Berhampur:
Bhrugu Baxipatra (BJP) – 1697
Chandra Sekhar Sahu (BJD) – 698
V.Chandrasekhar Naidu (Congress) – 260

Bhadrak:
Avimanyu Sethi (BJP) – 3380
Manjulata Mandal (BJD) – 1273
Madhumita Sethi (Congress) – 576

Bhubaneswar:
Aparajita Sarangi (BJP) – 1198
Arup Mohan Patnaik (BJD) – 241
Janardan Pati (CPI-M) – 33

Bolangir:
Sangeeta Kumari Singh Deo (BJP) – 1849
Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo (BJD) – 387
Samarendra Mishra (Congress) – 344

Cuttack:
Prakash Mishra (BJP) – 1432
Bhartruhari Mahtab (BJD) – 475
Panchanan Kanungo (Congress) – 105

Dhenkanal:
Rudra Narayan Pany (BJP) – 3494
Mahesh Sahoo (BJD) – 930
Raja Kamakhya Prasad Singh Deo (Congress) – 362

Jagatsinghpur:
Bibhu Prasad Tarai (BJP) – 1932
Rajashree Mallick (BJD) – 1030
Pratima Mallick (Congress) – 570

Jajpur:
Amiya Kanta Mallick (BJP) – 4156
Sarmistha Sethi (BJD) – 1544
Manas Jena (Congress) – 487

Kalahandi:
Basanta Kumar Panda (BJP) – 3364
Bhakta Charan Das (Congress) – 1287
Puspendra Singh Deo (BJD) – 619

Kandhamal:
Mahameghabahan Aira Kharabela Swain (BJP) – 1580
Achyuta Samanta (BJD) – 525
Manoj Kumar Acharya (Congress) – 346

Kendrapara:
Baijayant Panda (BJP) – 2304
Anubhav Mohanty (BJD) – 830
Dharanidhar Naik (Congress) – 193

Keonjhar:
Ananta Nayak (BJP) – 2092
Chandrani Murmu (BJD) – 473
Mohan Kumar Hembram (Congress) – 174

Koraput:
Jayaram Pangi (BJP) – 2245
Kausalya Hikaka (BJD) – 704
Saptagiri Sankar Ulaka (Congress) – 695

Mayurbhanj:
Bisweswar Tudu (BJP) – 3559
Dr. Debashis Marndi (BJD) – 880
Anjani Soren (JMM) – 287

Nabarangpur:
Pradeep Kumar Majhi (Congress) – 1433
Chandra Dhwaj Majhi (BSP) – 716
Balabhadra Majhi (BJP) – 329
Ramesh Chandra Majhi (BJD) – 23

Puri:
Dr Sambit Patra (BJP): 2103
Pinaki Misra (BJD): 539
Satya Prakash Nayak (Congress): 135

Sambalpur:
Nitesh Ganga Deb (BJP): 2388
Nalini Kanta Pradhan (BJD): 545
Sarat Pattanayak (Congress): 297

Sundargarh:
Jual Oram (BJP): 1588
Sunita Biswal (BJD): 281
George Tirkey (Congress): 546

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