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16th GENERAL (LOK SABHA) ELECTIONS AND RESULTS


About Lok Sabha - House of the People

The supreme legislative body, the Parliament of India comprises of the President and the two Houses -Lok Sabha (House of the People) and Rajya Sabha (Council of States). The Lok Sabha is also known as the Lower House of the parliament of India. In Sanskrit, "Lok" signifies "people" and "Sabha" signifies "assembly".

The members of the Lok Sabha are the representatives of people who are elected directly by the people on the basis of Universal Adult Suffrage. The strength of the members can go maximum up to 552. 530 members represent the States, while 20 members represent the Union Territories. The President of the country nominates two members from the Anglo-Indian community. The Lok Sabha runs for a period of five years from the date of its first meeting. It ends in two cases only – if the tenure of the government gets completed after five years or if the Lok Sabha gets dissolved due to any political, economic or social issue.

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State-wise list of parliamentary constituencies (Lok Sabha seats), in India, and their sitting MPs


The table shows the parliamenttary constituencies in each state with the name of the sitting MP along with the MP's performance report.

StatePC. Name(PC. No.)Sitting MP(Party Name)View Performance Report
Andaman and Nicobar IslandsAndaman & Nicobar Islands(1)Bishnu Pada Ray(BJP)
Andhra PradeshAraku(1)Kothapalli Geetha(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshSrikakulam(2)Rammohan Naidu Kinjarapu(TDP)
Andhra PradeshVizianagaram(3)Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati(TDP)
Andhra PradeshVisakhapatnam(4)Kambhampati Hari Babu(BJP)
Andhra PradeshAnakapalli(5)Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao (Avanthi)(TDP)
Andhra PradeshKakinada(6)Thota Narasimham(TDP)
Andhra PradeshAmalapuram(7)Dr Pandula Ravindra Babu(TDP)
Andhra PradeshRajahmundry(8)Murali Mohan Maganti(TDP)
Andhra PradeshNarsapuram(9)Gokaraju Ganga Raju(BJP)
Andhra PradeshEluru(10)Maganti Venkateswara Rao (Babu)(TDP)
Andhra PradeshMachilipatnam(11)Konakalla Narayana Rao(TDP)
Andhra PradeshVijayawada(12)Kesineni Srinivas(TDP)
Andhra PradeshGuntur(13)Jayadev Galla(TDP)
Andhra PradeshNarasaraopet(14)Sambasiva Rao Rayapati(TDP)
Andhra PradeshBapatla(15)Malyadri Sriram(TDP)
Andhra PradeshOngole(16)Y.V.Subba Reddy(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshNandyal(17)S.P.Y Reddy(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshKurnool(18)Butta Renuka(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshAnantapur(19)J.C. Divakar Reddi(TDP)
Andhra PradeshHindupur(20)Kristappa Nimmala(TDP)
Andhra PradeshKadapa(21)Y.S. Avinash Reddy(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshNellore(22)Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshTirupati(23)Varaprasad Rao Velagapalli(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshRajampet(24)P.V.Midhun Reddy(YSRC)
Andhra PradeshChittoor(25)Naramalli Sivaprasad(TDP)
TelanganaAdilabad(1)Godam Nagesh(TRS)
AssamKarimganj(1)Radheshyam Biswas(AUDF)
AssamSilchar(2)Sushmita Dev(INC)
AssamAutonomous District(3)Biren Singh Engti(INC)
AssamDhubri(4)Badruddin Ajmal(AUDF)
AssamKokrajhar(5)Naba Kumar Sarania (Hira)(IND)
AssamBarpeta(6)Siraj Uddin Ajmal(AUDF)
AssamGauhati(7)Smt. Bijoya Chakraborty(BJP)
AssamMangaldoi(8)Ramen Deka(BJP)
AssamTezpur(9)Ram Prasad Sarmah(BJP)
AssamNawgong(10)Rajen Gohain(BJP)
AssamKaliabor(11)Gourav Gogoi(INC)
AssamJorhat(12)Kamakhya Prasad Tasa(BJP)
AssamDibrugarh(13)Rameswar Teli(BJP)
AssamLakhimpur(14)Sarbananda Sonowal(BJP)
BiharValmiki Nagar(1)Satish Chandra Dubey(BJP)
BiharPaschim Champaran(2)Dr. Sanjay Jaiswal(BJP)
BiharPurvi Champaran(3)Radha Mohan Singh(BJP)
BiharSheohar(4)Rama Devi(BJP)
BiharSitamarhi(5)Ram Kumar Sharma(RLSP)
BiharMadhubani(6)Hukm Deo Narayan Yadav(BJP)
BiharJhanjharpur(7)Birendra Kumar Chaudhary(BJP)
BiharSupaul(8)Ranjeet Ranjan(INC)
BiharAraria(9)Tasleem Uddin(RJD)
BiharKishanganj(10)Mohammad Asrarul Haque(INC)
BiharKatihar(11)Tariq Anwar(NCP)
BiharPurnia(12)Santosh Kumar(JD(U))
BiharMadhepura(13)Rajesh Ranjan (Pappu Yadav)(RJD)
BiharDarbhanga(14)Kirti Azad(BJP)
BiharMuzaffarpur(15)Ajay Nishad(BJP)
BiharVaishali(16)Rama Kishore Singh(LJP)
BiharGopalganj(17)Janak Ram(BJP)
BiharSiwan(18)Om Prakash Yadav(BJP)
BiharMaharajganj(19)Janardan Singh (Sigriwal)(BJP)
BiharSaran(20)Rajiv Pratap Rudy(BJP)
BiharHajipur(21)Ramvilas Paswan(LJP)
BiharUjiarpur(22)Nityanand Rai(BJP)
BiharSamastipur(23)Ram Chandra Paswan(LJP)
BiharBegusarai(24)Bhola Singh(BJP)
BiharKhagaria(25)Choudhary Mahboob Ali Kaiser(LJP)
BiharBhagalpur(26)Shailesh Kumar Urph Bulo Mandal(RJD)
BiharBanka(27)Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav(RJD)
BiharMunger(28)Veena Devi(LJP)
BiharNalanda(29)Kaushlendra Kumar(JD(U))
BiharPatna Sahib(30)Shatrughana Sinha(BJP)
BiharPataliputra(31)Ram Kripal Yadav(BJP)
BiharArrah(32)Raj Kumar Singh(BJP)
BiharBuxar(33)Ashwini Kumar Choubey(BJP)
BiharSasaram(34)Chhedi Paswan(BJP)
BiharKarakat(35)Upendra Kushwaha(RLSP)
BiharJahanabad(36)Dr. Arun Kumar(RLSP)
BiharAurangabad(37)Sushil Kumar Singh(BJP)
BiharGaya(38)Hari Manjhi(BJP)
BiharNawada(39)Giriraj Singh(BJP)
BiharJamui(40)Chirag Kumar Paswan(LJP)
Chandigarh Chandigarh(1)Smt. Kirron Kher Anupam(BJP)
ChhattisgarhSurguja(1)Kamalbhan Singh Marabi(BJP)
ChhattisgarhRaigarh(2)Vishnu Deo Sai(BJP)
ChhattisgarhJanjgir-Champa(3)Smt. Kamla Patle(BJP)
ChhattisgarhKorba(4)Dr. Banshilal Mahto(BJP)
ChhattisgarhBilaspur(5)Lakhan Lal Sahu(BJP)
ChhattisgarhRajnandgaon(6)Abhishek Singh(BJP)
ChhattisgarhDurg(7)Tamradhwaj Sahu(INC)
ChhattisgarhRaipur(8)Ramesh Bais(BJP)
ChhattisgarhMahasamund(9)Chandu Lal Sahu (Chandu Bhaiya)(BJP)
ChhattisgarhBastar(10)Dinesh Kashyap(BJP)
ChhattisgarhKanker(11)Vikram Dev Usendi(BJP)
Dadra and Nagar HaveliDadra And Nagar Haveli(1)Patel Natubhai Gomanbhai(BJP)
Daman and Diu Daman And Diu(1)Patel Lalubhai Babubhai(BJP)
Delhi Chandni Chowk(1)Dr. Harsh Vardhan(BJP)
DelhiNorth East Delhi(2)Manoj Tiwari(BJP)
DelhiEast Delhi(3)Maheish Girri(BJP)
DelhiNew Delhi(4)Smt. Meenakshi Lekhi(BJP)
DelhiNorth West Delhi(5)Udit Raj(BJP)
DelhiWest Delhi(6)Parvesh Sahib Singh Verma(BJP)
DelhiSouth Delhi(7)Ramesh Bidhuri(BJP)
Goa North Goa(1)Shripad Yesso Naik(BJP)
GoaSouth Goa(2)Adv. Narendra Keshav Sawaikar(BJP)
Gujarat Kutch(1)Chavda Vinod Lakhamashi(BJP)
GujaratBanaskantha(2)Chaudhary Haribhai Parthibhai(BJP)
GujaratPatan(3)Liladharbhai Khodaji Vaghela(BJP)
GujaratMehsana(4)Patel Jayshreeben Kanubhai(BJP)
GujaratSabarkantha(5)Rathod Dipsinh Shankarsinh(BJP)
GujaratGandhinagar(6)L.K.Advani(BJP)
GujaratAhmedabad East(7)Paresh Rawal(BJP)
GujaratAhmedabad West(8)Dr. Kirit P Solanki(BJP)
GujaratSurendranagar(9)Fatepara Devajibhai Govindbhai(BJP)
GujaratRajkot(10)Kundariya Mohanbhai Kalyanjibhai(BJP)
GujaratPorbandar(11)Radadiya Vithalbhai Hansrajbhai(BJP)
GujaratJamnagar(12)Poonamben Hematbhai Maadam(BJP)
GujaratJunagadh(13)Chudasama Rajeshbhai Naranbhai(BJP)
GujaratAmreli(14)Kachhadiya Naranbhai Bhikhabhai(BJP)
GujaratBhavnagar(15)Dr. Bharatiben Dhirubhai Shiyal(BJP)
GujaratAnand(16)Dilip Patel(BJP)
GujaratKheda(17)Chauhan Devusinh Jesingbhai (Chauhan Devusinh)(BJP)
GujaratPanchmahal(18)Chauhan Prabhatsinh Pratapsinh(BJP)
GujaratDahod(19)Jasvantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor(BJP)
GujaratVadodara(20)Ranjanaben Dhananjay Bhatt(BJP)
GujaratChhota Udaipur(21)Ramsinh Rathwa(BJP)
GujaratBharuch(22)Vasava Mansukhbhai Dhanjibhai(BJP)
GujaratBardoli(23)Vasava Parbhubhai Nagarbhai(BJP)
GujaratSurat(24)Jardosh Darshnaben Vikrambhai(BJP)
GujaratNavsari(25)C. R. Patil(BJP)
GujaratValsad(26)Dr. K.C.Patel(BJP)
HaryanaAmbala(1)Rattan Lal Kataria(BJP)
HaryanaKurukshetra(2)Raj Kumar Saini(BJP)
HaryanaSirsa(3)Charanjeet Singh Rori(INLD)
HaryanaHisar(4)Dushyant Chautala(INLD)
HaryanaKarnal(5)Ashwini Kumar(BJP)
HaryanaSonipat(6)Ramesh Chander(BJP)
HaryanaRohtak(7)Deepender Singh Hooda(INC)
HaryanaBhiwani-Mahendragarh(8)Dharambir S/O Bhale Ram(BJP)
HaryanaGurgaon(9)Inderjit Singh Rao(BJP)
HaryanaFaridabad(10)Krishan Pal(BJP)
Himachal Pradesh Kangra(1)Shanta Kumar(BJP)
Himachal PradeshMandi(2)Ram Swaroop Sharma(BJP)
Himachal PradeshHamirpur(3)Anurag Singh Thakur(BJP)
Himachal PradeshShimla(4)Virender Kashyap(BJP)
Jammu and Kashmir Baramulla(1)Muzaffar Hussain Baig(PDP)
Jammu & KashmirSrinagar(2)Tariq Hameed Karra(PDP)
Jammu & KashmirAnantnag(3)Mehbooba Mufti(PDP)
Jammu & KashmirLadakh(4)Thupstan Chhewang(BJP)
Jammu & KashmirUdhampur(5)Dr. Jitendra Singh(BJP)
Jammu & KashmirJammu(6)Jugal Kishore(BJP)
JharkhandRajmahal(1)Vijay Kumar Hansdak(JMM)
JharkhandDumka(2)Shibu Soren(JMM)
JharkhandGodda(3)Nishikant Dubey(BJP)
JharkhandChatra(4)Sunil Kumar Singh(BJP)
JharkhandKodarma(5)Ravindra Kr. Ray(BJP)
JharkhandGiridih(6)Ravindra Kumar Pandey(BJP)
JharkhandDhanbad(7)Pashupati Nath Singh(BJP)
JharkhandRanchi(8)Ram Tahal Choudhary(BJP)
JharkhandJamshedpur(9)Bidyut Baran Mahato(BJP)
JharkhandSinghbhum(10)Laxman Giluwa(BJP)
JharkhandKhunti(11)Karia Munda(BJP)
JharkhandLohardaga(12)Sudarshan Bhagat(BJP)
JharkhandPalamu(13)Vishnu Dayal Ram(BJP)
JharkhandHazaribagh(14)Jayant Sinha(BJP)
Karnataka Chikkodi(1)Prakash Babanna Hukkeri(INC)
KarnatakaBelgaum(2)Angadi Suresh Channabasappa(BJP)
KarnatakaBagalkot(3)Gaddigoudar Parvtagouda Chandanagouda(BJP)
KarnatakaBijapur(4)Ramesh Jigajinagi(BJP)
KarnatakaGulbarga(5)Mallikarjun Kharge(INC)
KarnatakaRaichur(6)B.V.Nayak(INC)
KarnatakaBidar(7)Bhagwanth Khuba(BJP)
KarnatakaKoppal(8)Karadi Sanganna Amarappa(BJP)
KarnatakaBellary(9)B. Sreeramulu(BJP)
KarnatakaHaveri(10)Udasi Shivakumar Channabasappa(BJP)
KarnatakaDharwad(11)Pralhad Joshi(BJP)
KarnatakaUttara Kannada(12)Anantkumar Hegde(BJP)
KarnatakaDavanagere(13)G M Siddeshwara(BJP)
KarnatakaShimoga(14)B. S. Yeddyurappa(BJP)
KarnatakaUdupi Chikmagalur(15)Shobha Karandlaje(BJP)
KarnatakaHassan(16)H.D. Devegowda(JD(S))
KarnatakaDakshina Kannada(17)Nalin Kumar Kateel(BJP)
KarnatakaChitradurga(18)B.N.Chandrappa(INC)
KarnatakaTumkur(19)Muddahanumegowda.S.P.(INC)
KarnatakaMandya(20)C.S.Puttaraju(JD(S))
KarnatakaMysore(21)Prathap Simha(BJP)
KarnatakaChamarajanagar(22)R. Dhruvanarayana(INC)
KarnatakaBangalore Rural(23)D K Suresh(INC)
KarnatakaBangalore North(24)D.V Sadananda Gowda(BJP)
KarnatakaBangalore Central(25)P.C. Mohan(BJP)
KarnatakaBangalore South(26)Ananth Kumar(BJP)
KarnatakaChikkaballapur(27)M Veerappa Moily(INC)
KarnatakaKolar(28)K.H.Muniyappa(INC)
Kerala Kasaragod(1)P Karunakaran(CPM)
KeralaKannur(2)P K Sreemathi Teacher(CPM)
KeralaVatakara(3)Mullappally Ramachandran(INC)
KeralaWayanad(4)M I Shanavas(INC)
KeralaKozhikode(5)M .K Raghavan(INC)
KeralaMalappuram(6)E. Ahamed(IUML)
KeralaPonnani(7)E. T. Mohammed Basheer(IUML)
KeralaPalakkad(8)M B Rajesh(CPM)
KeralaAlathur(9)P.K.Biju(CPM)
KeralaThrissur(10)C. N. Jayadevan(CPI)
KeralaChalakudy(11)Innocent(IND)
KeralaErnakulam(12)Prof. K.V. Thomas(INC)
KeralaIdukki(13)Adv.Joice George(IND)
KeralaKottayam(14)Jose K. Mani(KC(M))
KeralaAlappuzha(15)K C Venugopal(INC)
KeralaMavelikkara(16)Kodikunnil Suresh(INC)
KeralaPathanamthitta(17)Anto Antony(INC)
KeralaKollam(18)N.K.Premachandran(RSP)
KeralaAttingal(19)Dr.A .Sampath(CPM)
KeralaThiruvananthapuram(20)Dr. Shashi Tharoor(INC)
LakshadweepLakshadweep(1)Mohammed Faizal P.P.(NCP)
Madhya Pradesh Morena(1)Anoop Mishra(BJP)
Madhya PradeshBhind(2)Dr. Bhagirath Prasad(BJP)
Madhya PradeshGwalior(3)Narendra Singh Tomar(BJP)
Madhya PradeshGuna(4)Jyotiraditya M Scindia(INC)
Madhya PradeshSagar(5)Laxmi Narayan Yadav(BJP)
Madhya PradeshTikamgarh(6)Dr. Virendra Kumar(BJP)
Madhya PradeshDamoh(7)Prahalad Singh Patel(BJP)
Madhya PradeshKhajuraho(8)Nagendra Singh(BJP)
Madhya PradeshSatna(9)Ganesh Singh(BJP)
Madhya PradeshRewa(10)Janardan Mishra(BJP)
Madhya PradeshSidhi(11)Riti Pathak(BJP)
Madhya PradeshShahdol(12)Dalpat Singh Paraste(BJP)
Madhya PradeshJabalpur(13)Rakesh Singh(BJP)
Madhya PradeshMandla(14)Faggan Singh Kulaste(BJP)
Madhya PradeshBalaghat(15)Bodhsingh Bhagat(BJP)
Madhya PradeshChhindwara(16)Kamal Nath(INC)
Madhya PradeshHoshangabad(17)Uday Pratap Singh(BJP)
Madhya PradeshVidisha(18)Sushma Swaraj(BJP)
Madhya PradeshBhopal(19)Alok Sanjar(BJP)
Madhya PradeshRajgarh(20)Rodmal Nagar(BJP)
Madhya PradeshDewas(21)Manohar Untwal(BJP)
Madhya PradeshUjjain(22)Prof. Chintamani Malviya(BJP)
Madhya PradeshMandsaur(23)Sudhir Gupta(BJP)
Madhya PradeshRatlam(24)Dileepsingh Bhuria(BJP)
Madhya PradeshDhar(25)Savitri Thakur(BJP)
Madhya PradeshIndore(26)Sumitra Mahajan (Tai)(BJP)
Madhya PradeshKhargone(27)Subhash Patel(BJP)
Madhya PradeshKhandwa(28)Nandkumar Singh Chouhan (Nandu Bhaiya)(BJP)
Madhya PradeshBetul(29)Jyoti Dhurve(BJP)
Maharashtra Nandurbar(1)Dr.Gavit Heena Vaijaykumar(BJP)
MaharashtraDhule(2)Dr. Bhamre Subhash Ramrao(BJP)
MaharashtraJalgaon(3)A.T. Nana Patil(BJP)
MaharashtraRaver(4)Khadase Raksha Nikhil(BJP)
MaharashtraBuldhana(5)Jadhav Prataprao Ganpatrao(SHS)
MaharashtraAkola(6)Dhotre Sanjay Shamrao(BJP)
MaharashtraAmravati(7)Adsul Anandrao Vithoba(SHS)
MaharashtraWardha(8)Ramdas Chandrabhanji Tadas(BJP)
MaharashtraRamtek(9)Krupal Balaji Tumane(SHS)
MaharashtraNagpur(10)Gadkari Nitin Jairam(BJP)
MaharashtraBhandara-Gondiya(11)Nanabhau Falgunrao Patole(BJP)
MaharashtraGadchiroli-Chimur(12)Ashok Mahadeorao Nete(BJP)
MaharashtraChandrapur(13)Ahir Hansraj Gangaram(BJP)
MaharashtraYavatmal-Washim(14)Gawali Bhavana Pundlikrao(SHS)
MaharashtraHingoli(15)Rajeev Shankarrao Satav(INC)
MaharashtraNanded(16)Ashok Shankarrao Chavan(INC)
MaharashtraParbhani(17)Jadhav Sanjay (Bandu) Haribhau(SHS)
MaharashtraJalna(18)Danve Raosaheb Dadarao(BJP)
MaharashtraAurangabad(19)Chandrakant Bhaurao Khaire(SHS)
MaharashtraDindori(20)Chavan Harishchandra Deoram(BJP)
MaharashtraNashik(21)Godse Hemant Tukaram(SHS)
MaharashtraPalghar(22)Adv. Chintaman Navasha Wanga(BJP)
MaharashtraBhiwandi(23)Kapil Moreshwar Patil(BJP)
MaharashtraKalyan(24)Dr.Shrikant Eknath Shinde(SHS)
MaharashtraThane(25)Vichare Rajan Baburao(SHS)
MaharashtraMumbai-North(26)Gopal Chinayya Shetty(BJP)
MaharashtraMumbai-North-West(27)Gajanan Chandrakant Kirtikar(SHS)
MaharashtraMumbai-North-East(28)Kirit Somaiya(BJP)
MaharashtraMumbai-North-Central(29)Poonam Mahajan Alias Poonam Vajendla Rao(BJP)
MaharashtraMumbai-South-Central(30)Rahul Ramesh Shewale(SHS)
MaharashtraMumbai-South(31)Arvind Sawant(SHS)
MaharashtraRaigad(32)Anant Geete(SHS)
MaharashtraMaval(33)Appa Alias Shrirang Chandu Barne(SHS)
MaharashtraPune(34)Anil Shirole(BJP)
MaharashtraBaramati(35)Supriya Sule(NCP)
MaharashtraShirur(36)Adhalrao Shivaji Dattatrey(SHS)
MaharashtraAhmednagar(37)Gandhi Dilipkumar Mansukhlal(BJP)
MaharashtraShirdi(38)Lokhande Sadashiv Kisan(SHS)
MaharashtraBeed(39)Pritam Munde(BJP)
MaharashtraOsmanabad(40)Gaikwad Ravindra Vishwanath(SHS)
MaharashtraLatur(41)Dr. Sunil Baliram Gaikwad(BJP)
MaharashtraSolapur(42)Sharad Bansode(BJP)
MaharashtraMadha(43)Mohite Patil Vijaysinh Shankarrao(NCP)
MaharashtraSangli(44)Sanjaykaka Patil(BJP)
MaharashtraSatara(45)Shrimant Chh. Udayanraje Pratapsinha Bhonsale(NCP)
MaharashtraRatnagiri-Sindhudurg(46)Vinayak Bhaurao Raut(SHS)
MaharashtraKolhapur(47)Dhananjay Bhimrao Mahadik(NCP)
MaharashtraHatkanangle(48)Raju Shetty(SWP)
Manipur Inner Manipur(1)Dr. Thokchom Meinya(INC)
ManipurOuter Manipur(2)Thangso Baite(INC)
Meghalaya Shillong(1)Vincent H. Pala(INC)
MeghalayaTura(2)Purno Agitok Sangma(NPP)
Mizoram Mizoram(1)C. L. Ruala(INC)
Nagaland Nagaland(1)Neiphiu Rio(NPF)
Orissa Bargarh(1)Prabhas Kumar Singh(BJD)
OdishaSundargarh(2)Jual (Juel Oram)(BJP)
OdishaSambalpur(3)Nagendra Kumar Pradhan(BJD)
OdishaKeonjhar(4)Sakuntala Laguri(BJD)
OdishaMayurbhanj(5)Rama Chandra Hansdah(BJD)
OdishaBalasore(6)Rabindra Kumar Jena(BJD)
OdishaBhadrak(7)Arjun Charan Sethi(BJD)
OdishaJajpur(8)Rita Tarai(BJD)
OdishaDhenkanal(9)Tathagata Satpathy(BJD)
OdishaBolangir(10)Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo(BJD)
OdishaKalahandi(11)Arka Keshari Deo(BJD)
OdishaNabarangpur(12)Balabhadra Majhi(BJD)
OdishaKandhamal(13)Pratyusha Rajeshwari Singh(BJD )
OdishaCuttack(14)Bhartruhari Mahatab(BJD)
OdishaKendrapara(15)Baijayant Panda(BJD)
OdishaJagatsinghpur(16)Kulamani Samal(BJD)
OdishaPuri(17)Pinaki Misra(BJD)
OdishaBhubaneswar(18)Prasanna Kumar Patasani(BJD)
OdishaAska(19)Ladu Kishore Swain(BJD)
OdishaBerhampur(20)Sidhant Mohapatra(BJD)
OdishaKoraput(21)Jhina Hikaka(BJD)
Puducherry Puducherry(1)R. Radhakrishnan(AINRC)
Punjab Gurdaspur(1)Vinod Khanna(BJP)
Punjab Amritsar(2)Captain Amarinder Singh(INC)
Punjab Khadoor Sahib(3)Ranjit Singh Brahmpura(SAD)
Punjab Jalandhar(4)Santokh Singh Chaudhary(INC)
Punjab Hoshiarpur(5)Vijay Sampla(BJP)
Punjab Anandpur Sahib(6)Prem Singh Chandumajra(SAD)
Punjab Ludhiana(7)Ravneet Singh Bittu(INC)
Punjab Fatehgarh Sahib(8)Harinder Singh Khalsa(AAP)
Punjab Faridkot(9)Prof. Sadhu Singh(AAP)
Punjab Ferozpur(10)Sher Singh Ghubaya(SAD)
Punjab Bathinda(11)Harsimrat Kaur Badal(SAD)
Punjab Sangrur(12)Bhagwant Mann(AAP)
Punjab Patiala(13)Dr. Dharam Vira Gandhi(AAP)
Ganganagar(1)Nihalchand(BJP)
RajasthanBikaner(2)Arjun Ram Meghwal(BJP)
RajasthanChuru(3)Rahul Kaswan(BJP)
RajasthanJhunjhunu(4)Santosh Ahlawat(BJP)
RajasthanSikar(5)Sumedhanand Saraswati(BJP)
RajasthanJaipur Rural(6)Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore(BJP)
RajasthanJaipur(7)Ramcharan Bohara(BJP)
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RajasthanBharatpur(9)Bahadur Singh(BJP)
RajasthanKarauli-Dholpur(10)Manoj Rajoria(BJP)
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RajasthanAjmer(13)Sanwar Lal Jat(BJP)
RajasthanNagaur(14)C R Choudhary(BJP)
RajasthanPali(15)P P Choudhary(BJP)
RajasthanJodhpur(16)Gajendrasingh Shekhawat(BJP)
RajasthanBarmer(17)Col. Sona Ram(BJP)
RajasthanJalore(18)Devji Patel(BJP)
RajasthanUdaipur(19)Arjunlal Meena(BJP)
RajasthanBanswara(20)Manshankar Ninama(BJP)
RajasthanChittorgarh(21)Chandra Prakash Joshi(BJP)
RajasthanRajsamand(22)Hariom Singh Rathore(BJP)
RajasthanBhilwara(23)Subhash Baheria(BJP)
RajasthanKota(24)Om Birla(BJP)
RajasthanJhalawar-Baran(25)Dushyant Singh(BJP)
Sikkim Sikkim(1)Prem Das Rai(SDF)
Tamil Nadu Tiruvallur(1)Venugopal.P.(Dr)(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduChennai North(2)Venkatesh Babu .T.G(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduChennai South(3)Dr. J. Jayavardhan(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduChennai Central(4)S.R. Vijayakumar(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduSriperumbudur(5)Ramachandran, K.N. Thiru(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduKancheepuram(6)Maragatham K(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduArakkonam(7)Hari, G.(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduVellore(8)Senguttuvan, B.(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduKrishnagiri(9)Ashok Kumar.K(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduDharmapuri(10)Anbumani Ramadoss(PMK)
Tamil NaduTiruvannamalai(11)Vanaroja R(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduArani(12)V.Elumalai(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduViluppuram(13)Rajendran S(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduKallakurichi(14)Kamaraj. K(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduSalem(15)Pannerselvam.V(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduNamakkal(16)Sundaram P.R(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduErode(17)Selvakumara Chinnayan S(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduTiruppur(18)V.Sathyabama(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduNilgiris(19)Gopalakrishnan, C.(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduCoimbatore(20)Nagarajan, P.(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduPollachi(21)Mahendran.C(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduDindigul(22)Udhaya Kumar .M(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduKarur(23)Thambidurai,M.(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduTiruchirappalli(24)Kumar.P(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduPerambalur(25)Marutharajaa, R.P.(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduCuddalore(26)Arunmozhithevan.A(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduChidambaram(27)Chandrakasi, M(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduMayiladuthurai(28)Bharathi Mohan R.K(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduNagapattinam(29)Gopal. Dr. K(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduThanjavur(30)Parasuraman.K(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduSivaganga(31)Senthilnathan Pr(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduMadurai(32)R.Gopalakrishnan(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduTheni(33)Parthipan, R.(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduVirudhunagar(34)Radhakrishnan T(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduRamanathapuram(35)Anwhar Raajhaa.A(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduThoothukkudi(36)Jeyasingh Thiyagaraj Natterjee.J(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduTenkasi(37)Vasanthi.M(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduTirunelveli(38)Prabakaran.K.R.P(AIADMK)
Tamil NaduKanniyakumari(39)Radhakrishnan P.(BJP)
Tripura Tripura West(1)Sankar Prasad Datta(CPM)
TelanganaPeddapalli(2)Balka Suman(TRS)
TelanganaKarimnagar(3)Vinod Kumar Boinapally(TRS)
TelanganaNizamabad(4)Kalvakuntla Kavitha(TRS)
TelanganaZahirabad(5)B.B. Patil(TRS)
TelanganaMedak(6)Kotha Prabhakar Reddy(TRS)
TelanganaMalkajgiri(7)Ch.Malla Reddy(TDP)
TelanganaSecunderabad(8)Bandaru Dattatreya(BJP)
TelanganaHyderabad(9)Asaduddin Owaisi(AIMIM)
TelanganaChelvella(10)Konda Vishweshwar Reddy(TRS)
TelanganaMahabubnagar(11)Ap Jithender Reddy(TRS)
TelanganaNagarkurnool(12)Yellaiah Nandi(INC)
TelanganaNalgonda(13)Gutha Sukhender Reddy(INC)
TelanganaBhongir(14)Dr. Boora Narsaiah Goud(TRS)
TelanganaWarangal(15)Kadiyam Srihari(TRS)
TelanganaMahabubabad(16)Prof. Azmeera Seetaram Naik(TRS)
TelanganaKhammam(17)Ponguleti Srinivasa Reddy(YSRC)
TripuraTripura East(2)Jitendera Choudhury(CPM)
Uttar Pradesh Saharanpur(1)Raghav Lakhanpal(BJP)
Uttar PradeshKairana(2)Hukum Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMuzaffarnagar(3)(Dr.) Sanjeev Kumar Balyan(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBijnor(4)Kunwar Bhartendra(BJP)
Uttar PradeshNagina(5)Yashwant Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMoradabad(6)Kunwer Sarvesh Kumar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshRampur(7)Dr. Nepal Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshSambhal(8)Satyapal Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshAmroha(9)Kanwar Singh Tanwar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMeerut(10)Rajendra Agarwal(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBaghpat(11)Dr. Satya Pal Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshGhaziabad(12)Vijay Kumar Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshGautam Buddha Nagar(13)Dr.Mahesh Sharma(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBulandshahr(14)Bhola Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshAligarh(15)Satish Kumar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshHathras(16)Rajesh Kumar Diwaker(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMathura(17)Hema Malini Dharmendra(BJP)
Uttar PradeshAgra(18)Dr. Ram Shankar Katheria(BJP)
Uttar PradeshFatehpur Sikri(19)Babulal(BJP)
Uttar PradeshFirozabad(20)Akshay Yadav(SP)
Uttar PradeshMainpuri(21)Tej Pratap Singh Yadav(SP)
Uttar PradeshEtah(22)Rajveer Singh (Raju Bhaiya)(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBadaun(23)Dharmendra Yadav(SP)
Uttar PradeshAonla(24)Dharmendra Kumar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBareilly(25)Santosh Kumar Gangwar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshPilibhit(26)Maneka Sanjay Gandhi(BJP)
Uttar PradeshShahjahanpur(27)Krishna Raj(BJP)
Uttar PradeshKheri(28)Ajay Kumar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshDhaurahra(29)Rekha(BJP)
Uttar PradeshSitapur(30)Rajesh Verma(BJP)
Uttar PradeshHardoi(31)Anshul Verma(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMisrikh(32)Anju Bala(BJP)
Uttar PradeshUnnao(33)Swami Sachchidanand Hari Sakshi(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMohanlalganj(34)Kaushal Kishore(BJP)
Uttar PradeshLucknow(35)Raj Nath Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshRae Bareli(36)Sonia Gandhi(INC)
Uttar PradeshAmethi(37)Rahul Gandhi(INC)
Uttar PradeshSultanpur(38)Feroze Varun Gandhi(BJP)
Uttar PradeshPratapgarh(39)Kuwar Harivansh Singh(AD)
Uttar PradeshFarrukhabad(40)Mukesh Rajput(BJP)
Uttar PradeshEtawah(41)Ashok Kumar Doharey(BJP)
Uttar PradeshKannauj(42)Dimple Yadav(SP)
Uttar PradeshKanpur(43)Dr.Murli Manohar Joshi(BJP)
Uttar PradeshAkbarpur(44)Devendra Singh (Bhole Singh)(BJP)
Uttar PradeshJalaun(45)Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma(BJP)
Uttar PradeshJhansi(46)Uma Bharti(BJP)
Uttar PradeshHamirpur(47)Kunwar Pushpendra Singh Chandel(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBanda(48)Bhairon Prasad Mishra(BJP)
Uttar PradeshFatehpur(49)Sadhavi Niranjan Jyoti(BJP)
Uttar PradeshKaushambi(50)Vinod Kumar Sonkar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshPhulpur(51)Keshav Prasad Maurya(BJP)
Uttar PradeshAllahabad(52)Shyama Charan Gupta(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBarabanki(53)Priyanka Singh Rawat(BJP)
Uttar PradeshFaizabad(54)Lallu Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshAmbedkar Nagar(55)Hari Om Pandey(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBahraich(56)Sadhvi Savitri Bai Foole(BJP)
Uttar PradeshKaiserganj(57)Brij Bhusan Sharan Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshShravasti(58)Daddan Mishra(BJP)
Uttar PradeshGonda(59)Kirti Vardhan Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshDomariyaganj(60)Jagdambika Pal(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBasti(61)Harish Chandra Alias Harish Dwivedi(BJP)
Uttar PradeshSant Kabir Nagar(62)Sharad Tripathi(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMaharajganj(63)Pankaj(BJP)
Uttar PradeshGorakhpur(64)Adityanath(BJP)
Uttar PradeshKushi Nagar(65)Rajesh Pandey Urf Guddu(BJP)
Uttar PradeshDeoria(66)Kalraj Mishra(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBansgaon(67)Kamlesh Paswan(BJP)
Uttar PradeshLalganj(68)Neelam Sonkar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshAzamgarh(69)Mulayam Singh Yadav(SP)
Uttar PradeshGhosi(70)Harinarayan Rajbhar(BJP)
Uttar PradeshSalempur(71)Ravindra Kushawaha(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBallia(72)Bharat Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshJaunpur(73)Krishna Pratap (K.P.)(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMachhlishahr(74)Ram Charitra Nishad(BJP)
Uttar PradeshGhazipur(75)Manoj Sinha(BJP)
Uttar PradeshChandauli(76)Dr Mahendra Nath Pandey(BJP)
Uttar PradeshVaranasi(77)Narendra Modi(BJP)
Uttar PradeshBhadohi(78)Virendra Singh(BJP)
Uttar PradeshMirzapur(79)Anupriya Singh Patel(AD)
Uttar PradeshRobertsganj(80)Chhotelal(BJP)
Uttarakhand Tehri Garhwal(1)Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah(BJP)
UttarakhandGarhwal(2)(Maj Gen (Retd.) ) Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri (Avsm)(BJP)
UttarakhandAlmora(3)Ajay Tamta(BJP)
UttarakhandNainital-Udhamsingh Nagar(4)Bhagat Singh Koshyari(BJP)
UttarakhandHardwar(5)Ramesh Pokhriyal Nishank(BJP)
West Bengal Cooch Behar(1)Renuka Sinha(AITC)
West BengalAlipurduars(2)Dasrath Tirkey(AITC)
West BengalJalpaiguri(3)Bijoy Chandra Barman(AITC)
West BengalDarjeeling(4)S.S.Ahluwalia(BJP)
West BengalRaiganj(5)Md. Salim(CPM)
West BengalBalurghat(6)Arpita Ghosh(AITC)
West BengalMaldaha Uttar(7)Mausam Noor(INC)
West BengalMaldaha Dakshin(8)Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury(INC)
West BengalJangipur(9)Abhijit Mukherjee(INC)
West BengalBaharampur(10)Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury(INC)
West BengalMurshidabad(11)Badaruddoza Khan(CPM)
West BengalKrishnanagar(12)Tapas Paul(AITC)
West BengalRanaghat(13)Tapas Mandal(AITC)
West BengalBangaon(14)Mamata Thakur(AITC)
West BengalBarrackpore(15)Dinesh Trivedi(AITC)
West BengalDum Dum(16)Saugata Roy(AITC)
West BengalBarasat(17)Dr. Kakali Ghoshdostidar(AITC)
West BengalBasirhat(18)Idris Ali(AITC)
West BengalJoynagar(19)Pratima Mondal(AITC)
West BengalMathurapur(20)Choudhury Mohan Jatua(AITC)
West BengalDiamond Harbour(21)Abhishek Banerjee(AITC)
West BengalJadavpur(22)Sugata Bose(AITC)
West BengalKolkata Dakshin(23)Subrata Bakshi(AITC)
West BengalKolkata Uttar(24)Sudip Bandyopadhyay(AITC)
West BengalHowrah(25)Prasun Banerjee(AITC)
West BengalUluberia(26)Sultan Ahmed(AITC)
West BengalSerampore(27)Kalyan Banerjee(AITC)
West BengalHooghly(28)Dr. Ratna De (Nag)(AITC)
West BengalArambagh(29)Aparupa Poddar (Afrin Ali)(AITC)
West BengalTamluk(30)Adhikari Suvendu(AITC)
West BengalKanthi(31)Adhikari Sisir Kumar(AITC)
West BengalGhatal(32)Adhikari Deepak (Dev)(AITC)
West BengalJhargram(33)Uma Saren(AITC)
West BengalMedinipur(34)Sandhya Roy(AITC)
West BengalPurulia(35)Dr. Mriganka Mahato(AITC)
West BengalBankura(36)Sreemati Dev Varma (Moon Moon Sen)(AITC)
West BengalBishnupur(37)Khan Saumitra(AITC)
West BengalBardhaman Purba(38)Sunil Kumar Mondal(AITC)
West BengalBardhaman-Durgapur(39)Dr. Mamtaz Sanghamita(AITC)
West BengalAsansol(40)Babul Supriya Baral (Babul Supriyo)(BJP)
West BengalBolpur(41)Anupam Hazra(AITC)
West BengalBirbhum(42)Satabdi Roy (Banerjee)(AITC)


Key members of 16th Lok Sabha


Position Name
Protem Speaker Kamal Nath
Speaker Sumitra Mahajan
Deputy SpeakerM. Thambi Durai
Leader of the HouseNarendra Modi
Leader of the Opposition Mapanna Mallikarjun Kharge
Secretary GeneralAnoop Mishra

State Wise Lok Sabha Election Results 2014


The table below shows the number of Lok Sabha seats in each state along with the seats won by BJP, INC and all the other parties in 2014 Lok Sabha Elections.

StateTotal SeatsBJPINCOthers
Jammu And Kashmir Results630JKPDP (3)
Himachal Pradesh Results440
Punjab Results1323AAP (4)SAD (4)
Chandigarh Results110
Uttarakhand Results550
Haryana Results1071INLD (2)
Uttar Pradesh Results80712SP (5) AD (2)
Bihar Results40222JD(U) (2) LJP (6) RLSP(3) RJD (4) NCP (1)
Jharkhand Results14120JMM (2)
West Bengal Results4224AITC (34) CPM (2)
Assam Results1473AIUDF (3) IND (1)
Meghalaya Results201NPP (1)
Tripura Results200CPM (2)
Mizoram Results101
Manipur Results202
Nagaland Results100NPF (1)
Arunachal Pradesh211
Orissa Results2110BJD (20)
Karnataka Results28179JD(S) (2)
Kerala Results2008CPM (5) CPI (1) IUML (2) RSP (1) KEC(M) (1) IND (2)
Madhya Pradesh Results29272
Maharashtra Results48232NCP (4) SWP (1) SHS (18)
Rajasthan Results25250
Sikkim Results100SDF (1)
Tamil Nadu Results3910PMK (1) AIADMK (37)
Andaman & Nicobar Islands Results110
Dadra And Nagar Haveli Results110
Daman And Diu Results110
Delhi Results770
Lakshadweep Results100NCP (1)
Puducherry Results100AINRC (1)
Chhattisgarh Results11101
Goa Results220
Gujarat Results26260
Andhra Pradesh Results4232TDP (16) YSRCP (9) AIMIM (1) TRS (11)

Indian Lok Sabha

How are the parliamentary constituencies formed in India


There are 543 constituencies in India. The size of the constituency is determined by the Delimitation Commission. The commission aims at creating the constituencies on the basis of population, subject to the geographical considerations and the boundaries of the states and administrative areas. Under the provisions of the Delimitation Commission Act, the Delimitation Commission is established. The recent delimitation of the parliamentary constituencies was conducted after the census figures of 2001 which comes under the provisions of the Delimitation Act 2002. However, it is amended by the Constitution of India that no delimitation of constituencies shall take place till the 2026 first census.


What is General Election in India

The general election, considered to be the biggest exercise in Indian democracy, is held to form the central government. The election is conducted when the ruling government completes its five-year term or if the parliament is dissolved. It decides the fate of all the parties in the country and provides its citizens the chance to elect their representatives. The results of voting in all 543 constituencies of the Parliament of India contribute to the formation of the government. A party must secure at least 272 seats to form the government. The general elections are conducted and organised by the Election Commission of India (ECI).

India General Elections History

The current Lok Sabha (the lower house of the Indian Parliament) is the 16th Lok Sabha, whose members were elected in the last general elections, held between 7 April 2014 and 12 May 2014. The current NDA government took office on 26th May 2014. The members of the Lok Sabha are elected for a term of five years, therefore, the term of the current Lok Sabha will officially end by May 2019. Elections for the next or 17th Lok Sabha will need to be held before May 2019 to enable a new government to be formed. The next elections for the Lok Sabha will held after five years in the year 2019 when NDA will complete its term as a government.

The Parliament of India comprises of two houses - the Lok Sabha (House of the People) or the Lower House and the Rajya Sabha (Council of States) or the Upper House. The Lok Sabha is made up of a total of 552 Members of Parliament. Each of these 552 members represents a particular geographic region from across India. These geographic units are known as the Parliamentary Constituencies. In other words, these Parliamentary Constituencies constitute the number of seats in the Lok Sabha.

Out of these 552 MPs, upto 530 members can represent the states, upto 20 members can represent the Union Territories and 2 members can represent the Anglo-Indian community. Members from each of these Parliamentary Constituencies are elected directly by the voters of the particular constituency, according to the Universal Adult Franchise. The elections are held after a period of every 5 years, if the Lok Sabha is not dissolved sooner. Each state has a fixed number of Parliamentary Constituencies which are represented in the Lok Sabha.

The supervision and responsibility of the elections to these Parliamentary Constituencies is carried out by a centralized, independent statutory body called the Election Commission. The size and structure of each of these constituencies is outlined in Section 4 of the Representation of the People Act, 1950. The current 16th Lok Sabha session, which was formed in 2014, has 543 Parliamentary Constituencies. Uttar Pradesh has the maximum number of Parliamentary Constituencies allotted to it, numbering 80.

Click to see Results for 543 Parliamentary Constituencies of India

Map of General Elections 2014

Political History of India


Ever since India adopted its constitution after its independence in 1947, it has been a sovereign democratic republic. India has a federal form of government where its central government has far greater powers than that of the states. Since India has a multi-party system, several national and regional parties operate on central and regional fronts. If a political party operates in more than 4 states, it becomes a national party.

For most of the democratic history, the central government in India has been led by the Indian National Congress (INC). The Bharatiya Janata Party(BJP) is another major political party in the country. The INC has in power for 54 out of 67 years of independence of India. Except for two short spells by the BJP, the INC led the nation from 1950 to 1990. The BJP ruled from 1977 to 1980. Then, in 1989, a National Front Coalition that had Janata Dal as the leading party and the Left Front as ally, ruled for only two years. Both these times, it was public discontent over political issues that threw the INC out of power.

The 1990s saw times of political unrest in India as no single party managed to get clear majority and coalitions were the order of the day. As a result of the 1991 general elections, the INC came to power to form a minority government.

From 1996 to 1998, the central government was ruled sixteenth by the BJP and then by a left-supporting United Front coalition. And then in 1998, the BJP led National Democratic Alliance became the sixteenth non-INC government which completed a full-term of 5 years. During this decade, several new regional players emerged, like Lok Dal, Bahujan Samaj Party, Samajwadi Party and Janata Dal.

However, the 2004 general elections again brought the INC at the helm of political affairs as the party gained the maximum number of seats and formed the United Progressive Alliance with Left parties and many other regional parties. In the 2009 parliamentary elections, the INC won the largest number of seats and formed a government by leading a coalition with smaller parties, with the BJP in opposition.

Now, in 2014, BJP has come to power with their spectacular win. The party has won the clear majority and gained 282 seats. BJP has formed the NDA alliance to rule and power the government in India with Narendra Modi as its Prime Minister.

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