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Uttar Pradesh's Sambhal is one of the 80 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state.
According to the data from last census, 26,04,940 people stay in Sambhal. Out of them, 17.45% of voters are from Scheduled Caste while 26,04,940 belong to Scheduled Tribes. Moreover, the number of voters belonging to urban areas is 19.57% while the rural areas from the constituency houses 80.43% people.
There are a total of 16,93,245 voters in the constituency. Among which, 9,31,603 are male voters and 7,61,642 are female voters.
To recall, the sitting MP Satya Pal Singh from BJP defeated SP's Dr. Safiq Ur Rahman Barq by a small margin of 5,174 votes in the previous elections.
A total of 62% voters cast their vote in these elections.
In a hard fought battle between DR. SHAFIQUR REHMAN BARQ (Samajwadi Party) and PARAMESHVAR LAL SAINI (Bharatiya Janata Party), the former emerged victorious by a margin of 174,826 votes.
Indian National Congress fielded Major Jagat Pal Singh while the Samajwadi Party gave a ticket to Dr. Shafiqur Rehman Barq. Similarly, the Bharatiya Janata Party placed its bet on Parameshvar Lal.