Anandpur Sahib (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Existence2008
Current MPManish Tewari
PartyIndian National Congress
Elected Year2019
StatePunjab
Assembly Constituencies
  • Garhshankar
  • Banga
  • Nawan Shahr
  • Balachaur
  • Anandpur Sahib
  • Rupnagar
  • Chamkaur Sahib
  • Kharar
  • S.A.S. Nagar

Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 13 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies of the Indian state of Punjab. This constituency came into existence as a part of the implementation of delimitation of parliamentary and assembly constituencies in 2008.[1]

Assembly segments[edit]

The nine Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments of Anandpur Sahib Lok Sabha constituency are:[2]

  1. Garhshankar
  2. Banga
  3. Nawan Shahr
  4. Balachaur
  5. Anandpur Sahib
  6. Rupnagar
  7. Chamkaur Sahib
  8. Kharar
  9. S.A.S. Nagar (Mohali)

Before delimitation, Banga and Nawan Shahr assembly segments of this Lok Sabha constituency were in the Phillaur constituency, Chamkaur Sahib and Kharar assembly segments were in Ropar constituency and Garhshankar, Balachaur and Anandpur Sahib assembly segments were in Hoshiarpur constituency. S.A.S. Nagar assembly segment was created as a part of delimitation of assembly constituencies in 2008.

Members of Parliament[edit]

Election Member Party
2009 Ravneet Singh Bittu Indian National Congress
2014 Prem Singh Chandumajra Shiromani Akali Dal
2019 Manish Tewari Indian National Congress

Election Results[edit]

2019[edit]

2019 Indian general election: Anandpur Sahib
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Manish Tewari 4,28,045 39.57 +10.20
SAD Prem Singh Chandumajra 3,81,161 35.24 +3.30
BSP Vikramjeet Singh Sodhi 1,46,441 13.54 +7.18
AAP Narinder Singh Shergill 53,052 4.90 -23.24
Majority 46,884 4.33
Turnout 10,82,024 63.69
INC gain from SAD Swing +3.45

General elections 2014[edit]

General Election, 2014: Anandpur Sahib
Party Candidate Votes % ±
SAD Prem Singh Chandumajra 3,47,394 31.94
INC Ambika Soni 3,23,697 29.77
AAP Himmat Singh Shergill 3,06,008 28.14
BSP K. S. Makhan 69,124 6.36
CPI (M) Balbir Singh Jadla 10,483 0.96
NOTA None of the Above 5,937 0.55
Majority 23,697 2.17
Turnout 10,86,563 69.44
SAD gain from INC Swing

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Singh, Prabhjot (16 February 2008). "3 Parliament, 16 assembly seats get new names". The Tribune. Retrieved 19 April 2009.
  2. ^ "List of Parliamentary & Assembly Constituencies". Chief Electoral Officer, Punjab website.

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