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Jalalabad Election Result 2022 LIVE: Big setback for SAD, chief Badal Sukhbir Singh Badal loses by huge margin to AAP's Jagdish Kamboj

Jalalabad Election Result 2022 LIVE: Big setback for SAD, chief Badal Sukhbir Singh Badal loses by huge margin to AAP's Jagdish Kamboj

Jalalabad Election Result 2022 LIVE: Big setback for SAD, chief Badal Sukhbir Singh Badal loses by huge margin to AAP's Jagdish Kamboj
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By CNBCTV18.com Mar 10, 2022 4:18:53 PM IST (Updated)

Jalalabad Election Result 2022 LIVE Updates: Get latest and updated vote counting result of Jalalabad constituency of Punjab including leads, election results, candidates, vote margin news.

The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) won Punjab with a majority of 91 seats in the 170 Assembly constituencies, leaving the Shiromani Akali Dal (SAD) and other major political parties in the dust.

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While Akali Dal leader Sukhbir Singh Badal lost the Jalalabad constituency by a margin of 23,310 votes to AAP's Aadmi Party's Jagdeep Kamboj.
Aam Aadmi Party's Kamboj won the seat after securing 90,308 votes in Jalalabad. Badal said, "We whole-heartedly and with total humility accept the mandate given by Punjabis. I am grateful to lakhs of Punjabis who placed their trust in us & to SAD-BSP workers for their selfless toil. We will continue to serve them with humility in the role they have assigned to us."
Jalalabad is an assembly constituency in the Fazilka district, in the Malwa region of the state of Punjab. The Jalalabad legislative assembly constituency went to the polls on February 20, 2022.
The assembly seat is reserved for the General category and it falls in the Firozpur Lok Sabha constituency.
In the 2017 Punjab Legislative Assembly elections, Jalalabad was won by Sukhbir Singh Badal of the SAD. He defeated AAP's Bhagwant Mann.
Before that, in the 2012 Punjab Vidhan sabha elections, the seat was held by SAD's Sukhbir Singh Badal.
In the 2017 assembly polls, Sukhbir Singh Badal garnered 75,271 votes, securing 44.53 percent of the vote share, and winning the seat by a margin of 18,500 votes.
In percentage terms, the victory margin was 10.94 percent.
The total number of voters in the Jalalabad constituency stands at 2,13,416 with 1,02,413 male voters and 1,10,999 female voters.
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