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The Bihar has 40 Lok Sabha constituencies and Siwan is one of them.
As per the last census report, Siwan houses 24,61,759 people. Out of them, 11.78% of voters belong to Scheduled Caste category while 3.06% belong to Scheduled Tribes category. Moreover, 6.44% of voters are from urban areas while 93.56% voters stay in rural areas.
There are a total of 15,63,860 voters in the constituency. Among which, 8,41,735 are male voters and 7,22,125 are female voters.
In the previous elections, BJP's sitting MP Om Prakash Yadav defeated RJD's Hena Sahab by a huge margin of 113,847 votes.
For the 2019 general elections of Siwan, a total of 57% voters got inked.
In what qualifies as a great political thriller, Kavita Singh of Janata Dal (United) defeated Rashtriya Janata Dal's Hena Shahab by a margin of 116,958. After a close shave, Kavita Singh will now govern Siwan for the next five years.
Janata Dal (United) fielded Kavita Singh while the Rashtriya Janata Dal gave a ticket to Hena Shahab. Similarly, the Shiv Sena placed its bet on Sudhir Kuamr Singh.