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List of Members of the 10th Lok Sabha, (20 June 1991 – 10 May 1996) elected during 1991 Indian general election held during May–June 1991. The Lok Sabha (House of the People) is the lower house in the Parliament of India, four sitting members from Rajya Sabha , the Upper House of Indian Parliament, were elected to 10th Lok Sabha after the Indian general election, 1991.[1]

P V Narasimha Rao of Indian National Congress became the Prime Minister of India during 21 June 1991 till 16 May 1996, after INC won 244 seats, 47 more than previous 9th Lok Sabha.

The next 11th Lok Sabha was constituted on 15 May 1996, after 1996 Indian general election.

Important membersEdit

List of members by political partyEdit

Members by political party in 10th Lok Sabha are given below:

S.No. Party Name Number of MPs
1 Indian National Congress (INC) 252
2 Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) 121
3 Janata Dal (JD) 63
4 Communist Party of India (Marxist) (CPI(M) 36
5 Communist Party of India (CPI) 14
6 All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) 12
7 Jharkhand Mukti Morcha (JMM) 7
8 Telugu Desam Party (TDP) 7
9 T.D.(V) (TD(V)) 6
10 Revolutionary Socialist Party (India) (RSP) 5
11 Janata Party(Janata Party) 4
12 Shiv Sena (SS) 4
13 Bahujan Samaj Party(BSP) 3
14 Forward Bloc (Marxist) (FB(M)) 3
15 Nominated (NM) 3
16 Indian Union Muslim League (IUML) 2
17 All India Forward Bloc (AIFB) 1
18 All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen (AIMIM) 1
19 Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) 1
20 Communist Party of India (Marxist-Lennist Liberation) (CPI(ML)L) 1
21 Indian Congress (Socialist) (Congress (S)) 1
22 Indian National Congress (Congress) 1
23 Haryana Vikas Party (HVP) 1
24 Independent (Ind.) 1
25 Kerala Congress (KC) 1
26 Manipur People's Party (MPP) 1
27 N.P.C. (N.P.C.) 1
28 Samata Party (SAP) 1
29 Sikkim Sangram Parishad (SSP) 1

Andhra PradeshEdit

Keys:   INC (27)   TDP (7)   TD(V) (6)   CPI (1)   AIMIM (1)   BJP (1)   CPI(M) (1)
No. Constituency Type Name of Elected M.P. Party Affiliation
1 Srikakulam GEN Dr.Kanithi Viswanatham Indian National Congress
2 Parvathipuram ST Vijayarama Raju Satrucharla Indian National Congress
3 Bobbili GEN Poosapati Ananda Gajapathi Raju Indian National Congress
4 Visakhapatnam GEN Dr. M.V.V.S Murthi Telugu Desam
5 Bhadrachalam ST Kamala Kumari Karriydula Indian National Congress
6 Anakapalli GEN Rama Krishna Konathala Indian National Congress
7 Kakinada GEN Thota Subbarao Telugu Desam(V)
8 Rajahmundry GEN Dr. K.V.R.Choudhary Telugu Desam(V)
9 Amalapuram SC Ganti Mohana Chandra Balayogi Telugu Desam
10 Narasapur GEN Vijaya Kumar Raju Bhupathiraju Telugu Desam (V)
11 Eluru GEN Bolla Bulli Ramaiah Telugu Desam
12 Machilipatnam GEN Kolusu Peda Reddaiah Yadav Telugu Desam(V)
13 Vijayawada GEN Sobhanadreeswara Rao Vadde Telugu Desam
14 Tenali GEN Prof. Ummareddy Venkateswarlu Telugu Desam
15 Guntur GEN Lal Jan Basha S.M. Telugu Desam
16 Bapatla GEN Venkateswara Daggubati Rao Telugu Desam
17 Narasaraopet GEN Kasu Venkata Krishna Reddy Indian National Congress
18 Ongole GEN Magunta Subbarama Reddy Indian National Congress
19 Nellore SC Kumari Padmashree Kudumula Indian National Congress
20 Tirupathi SC Dr.Chinta Mohan Indian National Congress
21 Chittoor GEN M. Gnanendra Reddy Indian National Congress
22 Rajampet GEN Annaiahgari Sai Pratap Indian National Congress
23 Cuddapah GEN Y.S.Rajasekhar Reddy Indian National Congress
24 Hindupur GEN S.Gangadhar Indian National Congress
25 Anantapur GEN Anantha Venkatarami Reddy Indian National Congress
26 Kurnool GEN Kotla Jaya Prakash Reddy Indian National Congress
27 Nandyal GEN Gangula Prathap Reddy Indian National Congress
28 Nagarkurnool SC Ravi Mallu Indian National Congress
29 Mahabubnagar GEN Mallikarjun Indian National Congress
30 Hyderabad GEN Sultan Salahuddin Owaisi All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen
31 Secunderabad GEN Bandaru Dattatreya Bhartiya Janata Party
32 Siddipet SC Nandi Yellaiah Indian National Congress
33 Medak GEN M.Baga Reddy Indian National Congress
34 Nizamabad GEN Gaddam Ganga Reddy Telugu Desam(V)
35 Adilabad GEN Allola Indrakaran Reddy Telugu Desam(V)
36 Peddapalli SC G. Venkat Swamy Indian National Congress
37 Karimnagar GEN Juvvadi Chokka Rao Indian National Congress
38 Hanamkonda GEN Kamaluddin Ahmed Indian National Congress
39 Warangal GEN Surendra Reddy Indian National Congress
40 Khammam GEN Palacholla Venkata Rangayya Naidu Indian National Congress
41 Nalgonda GEN Bommagani Dharma Bhiksham Communist Party of India
42 Miryalguda GEN Bhim Narsinha Reddy Communist Party of India(M)
43 Kurnool GEN Kotla Jaya Prakash Reddy Indian National Congress
44 Nandyal GEN Gangula Prathap Reddy Indian National Congress

Arunachal PradeshEdit

Keys:   INC (2)
No. Constituency Type Name of Elected M.P. Party Affiliation
1 Arunachal West GEN Laeta Umbrey Indian National Congress
2 Arunachal East GEN Prem Khandu Thungon Indian National Congress

AssamEdit

Keys:   INC (8)   BJP (2)   CPI(M) (2)   AGP (1)   Independent (1)
No. Constituency Type Name of Elected M.P. Party Affiliation
1 Karimganj SC Dwaraka Nath Das Bharatiya Janta Party
2 Silchar GEN Bharatiya Janta Party Kabindra Purkayastha
3 Autonomous District ST Dr. Jayanta Rongpi Autonomous State Demand Committee
4 Dhubri GEN Nurul Islam Indian National Congress
5 Kokrajhar ST Satyendra Nath Brohmo Chaudhury Independent
6 Barpeta GEN Uddabh Berman CPI(M)
7 Gauhati GEN Kirip Chaliha Indian National Congress
8 Mangaldoi GEN Probin Deka Indian National Congress
9 Tezpur GEN Swarup Upadhyay Indian National Congress
10 Nowgong GEN Muhi Ram Saikia Asom Gana Parishad
11 Kaliabor GEN Tarun Gogoi Indian National Congress
12 Jorhat GEN Bijoy Krishna Handique Indian National Congress
13 Dibrugarh GEN Paban Singh Ghatowar Indian National Congress
14 Lakhimpur GEN Balin Kuli Indian National Congress

KarnatakaEdit

Keys:   INC
No. Constituency Name of Elected M.P. Party Affiliation
1 Narasimharaja Aziz Sait Indian National Congress
Keys:   JD
No. Constituency Name of Elected M.P. Party Affiliation
2 Chikkaballapur Harish C Janata Dal

MaharashtraEdit

(Plain Text Format) [2]

Ahmednagar	GEN	Gadakh Yeshawantrao	M	INC	
Akola	GEN	Fundkar Pandurang Pundlik	M	BJP	
Amravati	GEN	Pratibha Devisinha Patil (W)	F	INC	
Aurangabad	GEN	Moreshwar Save	M	SHS	
Baramati	GEN	Ajit Annatrao Pawar	M	INC	
Beed	GEN	Kshirsagar Kesharbai Sonajirao Alias Kaku (W)	F	INC	
Bhandara	GEN	Praful Manohar Bhai Patel	M	INC	
Buldhana	(SC)	Wasnik Mukul Balkrishna	M	INC	
Chandrapur	GEN	Potdukhe Shantaram	M	INC	
Chimur	GEN	Muttemwar Vilas Baburao	M	INC	
Dahanu	(ST)	Damu Barku Shingda	M	INC	
Dhule	(ST)	Chaure Bapu Hari	M	INC	
Erandol	GEN	Patil Vijay Naval	M	INC	
Hingoli	GEN	Gundewar Vilasrao Nagnathrao	M	SHS	
Ichalkaranji	GEN	Mane Balaso Alias Rajaram Shankarrao	M	INC	
Jalgaon	GEN	Gunavant Rambhau Saroda	M	BJP	
Jalna	GEN	Ankushrao Tope	M	INC	
Karad	GEN	Chavan Prithviraj Dajishaheb	M	INC	
Khed	GEN	Navale Vidura Vithoba	M	INC	
Kolaba	GEN	A.R. Antulay	M	INC	
Kolhapur	GEN	Gaikwad Udaysingrao Nanasaheb	M	INC	
Kopargaon	GEN	Kale Shankarrao Deoram	M	INC	
Latur	GEN	Patil Shivraj Vishwanath	M	INC	
Mgaon	(ST)	Kahandole Zamru Manglu	M	INC	
Mumbai-North	GEN	Ram Naik	M	BJP	
Mumbai-North-Central	GEN	Dighe Sharad Shankar	M	INC	
Mumbai-North-East	GEN	Guradas Kamat	M	INC	
Mumbai-North-West	GEN	Sunil Dutt	M	INC	
Mumbai-South	GEN	Deora Murli	M	INC	
Mumbai-South-Central	GEN	Mohan Rawale	M	SHS	
Nagpur	GEN	Meghe Dattaji Raghobaji	M	INC	
Nanded	GEN	Suryakants Patil (W)	F	INC	
Nandurbar	(ST)	Gavit Manikrao Hodalya	M	INC	
Nashik	GEN	Pawar Vasant Niwrutti	M	INC	
Osmanabad	(SC)	Kamble Arvind Tulshiram	M	INC	
Pandharpur	(SC)	Thorat Sandipan Bhagwan	M	INC	
Parbhani	GEN	Deshmukh Ashokrao Anandrao	M	SHS	
Pune	GEN	Anna Joshi	M	BJP	
Rajapur	GEN	Sudhir Sawant	M	INC	
Ramtek	GEN	Bhonsle Tejsingharao Laxmanrao	M	INC	
Ratnagiri	GEN	Govindram Nikam	M	INC	
Sangli	GEN	Patil Prakashbapu Vasantrao	M	INC	
Satara	GEN	Bhosale Prataprao Baburao	M	INC	
Solapur	GEN	Sadul Dharmanna Mondayya	M	INC	
Thane	GEN	Kapse Ramchandra Ganesh	M	BJP	
Wardha	GEN	Ghangare Ramchandra Marotrao	M	CPM	
Washim	GEN	Anantrao Vitthalrao Deshmukh	M	INC	
Yavatmal	GEN	Uttamrao Deorao Patil	M	INC	

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ "RAJYA SABHA STATISTICAL INFORMATION (1952-2013)" (PDF). Rajya Sabha Secretariat, New Delhi. 2014. p. 12. Retrieved 29 August 2017.
  2. ^ http://www.elections.in/parliamentary-constituencies/1991-election-results.html

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