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Dhamnagar by-poll: Know votes bagged by all candidates

Bhubaneswar:6/11/22:: The election process for the Dhamnagar by-election has been completed on Sunday following the declaration of the result.

BJP candidate Suryabanshi Suraj has won the election from the contesting Biju Janata Dal candidate Abanti Das and Congress candidate Baba Harekrishna Sethy with a sizable margin.

At the same time, Rajendra Kumar Das,the dissident of the BJD who fought the battle as an independent candidate drew at least 8,153 and another  Independent candidate,Pabitra Mohan Das managed to draw as many as 497 votes. Know details here

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