Patan assembly constituency is located in Patan district and consists of:
Patan Taluka (Part) Villages – Melusan, Golivada, Volavi, Jamtha, Kansa, Bhutiya Vasna, Deliyathara, Vayad, Ghacheli, Dharusan, Dhanasara, Rakhav, Kalodhi, Vadiya, Lodhi, Sotavad, Sampra, Undra, Sariyad, Veloda (Nana-Mota), Nayta, Balva, Vaghasar, Bepadar, Khanpurda, Vareda, Odhva, Khalipur, Rughnathpura, Nava Bavahaji, Sujnipur, Tankvasna, Aghar, Gulvasna, Lodhpur, Kuntavada, Ajimana, Sagodiya, Jaleshvar Paldi, Samalpati, Matarvadi, Anavada, Hanumanpura, Dudharampura, Dharnoj, Bhadrada, Fulesana, Badipur, Vadli, Bakratpur, Gungdipati, Hansapur, Runi, Hajipur, Kamlivada, Diodarda, Der, Chadasana, Nana Ramanda, Mota Ramanda, Santi, Dharpur, Dighdi, Ambliyasan, Khanpur Kodi, Mandotri, Borsan, Golapur, Sandesarpati, Kharivavdi, Manpur, Khanpur Rajkuva, Chandrumana, Bhalgam, Kungher, Ilampur, Sabosan, Katpur, Rajpur, Gadosan, Gaja, Norta, Sarva, Kuder, Balisana, Derasana, Kani, Visal-Vasna, Babasana, Samoda, Hamidpur, Mahemadpur, Mithivavdi, Khimiyana, Sankhari, Sardarpur Norta (Ambapara), Ranunj, Sander, Matpur, Ruvavi, Dabhdi, Manund, Patan (M).
Designated as a General Constituency.
During the 2012 elections, the total number of electors was 232141 and the constituency recorded a voter turnout of 70.62%, in real numbers- 163948 voters. 2017 witnessed a turnout increase; out of the 272074 electors, 71.45% of voters exercised their constitutional rights. In real numbers it was a reasonable jump-194407 voters.
Representation and Results
2017’s assembly election winner, INC’s Kiritkumar Chimanlal Patel gained a vote share of 53.12% and defeated Desai Ranchhodbhai Mahijibhai whose vote share stood at 40.12%. The remaining candidate in the fray was independent Maheshwari Kanubhai Bhurabhai candidate with 0.90% vote share. 2.00% of votes were under NOTA.
Voting History -2012 & 2017
In 2012, BJP won the constituency and earned 67224 votes that did increase to 77994 votes in 2017 but proved insufficient to retain the seat. On the other hand, INC garnered 61353 votes in 2012 and significantly increased 103273 votes to claim the seat in 2017. INC dominated the district of Patan in 2017 by winning 3 seats. BJP managed to win the remaining 1 seat.
Data Source – Meradesh.org