Nagpur (Lok Sabha constituency)

Nagpur Lok Sabha seat is one of the 48 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies of Maharashtra state in western India. This constituency is spread over Nagpur city and some part of Nagpur district.

Nagpur
Lok Sabha Constituency
Nitin Gadkari 1 (cropped).JPG
Nitin Gadkari, present MP of Nagpur
IncumbentNitin Jairam Gadkari
Parliamentary PartyBJP
Elected Year2019
Constituency Details
Established1957–present
ReservationNone
StateMaharashtra
Total Electors21,60,930
Former MPVilas Muttemwar
Most Successful PartyIndian National Congress (14 times)
Assembly Constituencies6

Assembly segmentsEdit

Presently, Nagpur Lok Sabha constituency comprises six Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments. These segments with constituency numbers and reservation (if any) are:[1]

  1. Nagpur South West - 52
  2. Nagpur South - 53
  3. Nagpur East - 54
  4. Nagpur Central - 55
  5. Nagpur West - 56
  6. Nagpur North - 57 (SC)

Members of ParliamentEdit

Key

 INC    Independent    Forward Bloc    INC(I)    BJP  

Election Member Party
1952 Anasuyabai Kale Indian National Congress
1957
1959 Madhav Shrihari Aney (by-poll) Indian National Congress
1960 N Kumar (by-poll) Indian National Congress
1962 Madhav Shrihari Aney Independent
1967 Narendra R. Deoghare Indian National Congress
1971 Jambuwantrao Dhote All India Forward Bloc
1977 Gev Mancharsa Avari Indian National Congress
1980 Jambuwantrao Dhote Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 Banwarilal Purohit Indian National Congress
1989
1991 Datta Meghe
1996 Banwarilal Purohit Bharatiya Janata Party
1998 Vilas Muttemwar Indian National Congress
1999
2004
2009
2014 Nitin Gadkari Bharatiya Janata Party
2019

Detailed Information :
1952 : Anasuya Kale (Congress) defeated Vinayak Dandekar (SP), [2]
1962 : Madhav Shrihari Aney (Bapuji Aney, Independent) defeated Rikhabchand Sharma (Congress)
1967 : Narendra Deoghare (Cong) defeated A B Bardhan (Communist),
1971 : Jambuwantrao Dhote (Forward Block, w Jana Sangh support) defeated Rikhabchand Sharma (Congress)
1977 : Gev Awari (Congress) defeated Rajabhau Khobragade (RPI), with Jambuwantrao Dhote (IND) in third place [3]
1980 : Jambuwantrao Dhote (Congress) defeated Shamrao Khobragade,
1984 : Banwarilal Purohit (Congress) defeated Shamrao Khobragade (RPI) and Dr Ahuja (BJP),
1989 : Banwarilal Purohit (Congress) defeated Arjundas Kukreja (BJP)
1991 : Datta Meghe (Congress) defeated Banwarilal Purohit (BJP),
1996 : Banwarilal Purohit (BJP) defeated Kunda Vijaykar (Congress),
1998 : Vilas Muttemwar (Congress) defeated Ramesh Mantri (BJP),
1999 : Vilas Muttemwar (Congress) defeated Vinod Gudadhe-Patil (BJP)
2004 : Vilas Muttemwar (Congress) defeated Atal Bahadur Singh (BJP),
2009 : Vilas Muttemwar (Congress) defeated Banwarilal Purohit (BJP)
2014 : Nitin Gadkari (BJP) defeated Vilas Muttemwar (Congress)
2019 : Nitin Gadkari (BJP) defeated Nana Patole (Congress)

Election resultsEdit

General elections 2019Edit

2019 Indian general elections: Nagpur
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Nitin Jairam Gadkari 6,60,221 55.67 +1.50
INC Nana Falgun Patole 4,44,212 37.45 +9.53
BSP Mohammad Jamal 31,725 2.67 -6.22
VBA Sagar Pundlikrao Dabrase 26,128 2.20 New
NOTA None of the Above 4,578 0.39 +0.07
Majority 2,16,009 18.22 -8.03
Turnout 11,87,215 54.94 -2.14
BJP hold Swing +1.50

General elections 2014Edit

2014 Indian general elections: Nagpur
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Nitin Jairam Gadkari 5,87,767 54.17 +15.68
INC Vilas Muttemwar 3,02,919 27.92 -13.80
BSP Dr. Mohan Gaikwad 96,433 8.89 -6.83
AAP Anjali Damania 69,081 6.37 New
NOTA None of the Above 3,460 0.32 New
Majority 2,84,848 26.25 +23.02
Turnout 10,85,765 57.12 +13.68
BJP gain from INC Swing +12.45

General elections 2009Edit

2009 Indian general elections: Nagpur
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Vilas Muttemwar 3,15,148 41.72
BJP Banwarilal Purohit 2,90,749 38.49
BSP Manikrao Vaidya 1,18,741 15.72
BBM Yashwant Manohar 4,455 0.59
IND. Upasha Taywade 2,800 0.37
Majority 24,399 3.23
Turnout 7,55,369 43.44
INC hold Swing

See alsoEdit

NotesEdit

  1. ^ "District wise List of Assembly and Parliamentary Constituencies". Chief Electoral Officer, Maharashtra website. Archived from the original on 18 March 2010.
  2. ^ "1952 India General Elections Results". elections.in. Retrieved 28 June 2020.
  3. ^ "Nagpur Lok Sabha Election Result". resultuniversity.com. Retrieved 28 June 2020.

External linksEdit