There were 44,053 votes casted during 1999 House of Representatives elections in Bardiya District, Constituency No. 3. The candidte of Nepali Congress Party - Khem Raj Bhatt Mayalu secured 15,574 (35.35%) votes and secured victory in the election. The runner-up candidate was Shyam Prasad Dhakal of Nepal Communist Party (Unified Marxist-Leninist) who secured 8,952 (20.32%) votes and came in second position. The difference in votes of Khem Raj Bhatt Mayalu and Shyam Prasad Dhakal was 6,622. All other candidates secured 19,527 (44.33%) votes.
As illustrated in the pie-chart above, the candidates who lost the election secured 28,479 (64.65%) votes as compared to votes secured by elected candidate Khem Raj Bhatt Mayalu, which was 15,574 (35.35%) votes.
Detailed Election Results are illustrated in the table below:
|1||Khem Raj Bhatt Mayalu||Nepali Congress Party||N/A||N/A||15,574||35.35%|
|2||Shyam Prasad Dhakal||Nepal Communist Party (Unified Marxist-Leninist)||N/A||N/A||8,952||20.32%|
|3||Chakrabandhu Sharma Paudel||Nepal Communist Party (M.L)||N/A||N/A||7,928||18.00%|
|4||Damandhoj Chand||Rastriya Prajatantra Party (Chand)||N/A||N/A||6,292||14.28%|
|5||Arun Pratap Singh||Independent||N/A||N/A||2,035||4.62%|
|6||Indra Bahadur Chaudhary||Rastriya Prajatantra Party||N/A||N/A||1,760||4.00%|
|7||Bhim Lal B.k.||Independent||N/A||N/A||389||0.88%|
|8||Tulsiram Sapkota||Rastriya Jana Morcha||N/A||N/A||327||0.74%|
|9||Bindra Prasad Chaudhary||Independent||N/A||N/A||232||0.53%|
|10||Karna Bahadur Rana Magar||Rastriya Janamukti Party||N/A||N/A||221||0.50%|
|11||Padam Bahadur Sapkota||Shivsena Nepal||N/A||N/A||124||0.28%|
|12||Ram Lal Tharu||Nepal Sadbhawana Party||N/A||N/A||122||0.28%|
Please, note that details candidates who contested in the election may not be available due to lack of election data. If you found N/A in the table above in any column, that means the information is not available at present. If the age of a candidate is given in the table, that should be considered as the age of candidate at the time of filing nomination for the election, but not the current age.