Kancheepuram (Lok Sabha constituency)
Kancheepuram constituency, post-2008 delimitation
|Current MP||P. Viswanathan|
|Party||Indian National Congress|
|Elected Year||2009 Election|
|Most Successful Party||Indian National Congress (once)|
34. Cheyyur (SC)
The constituency originally existed for the 1951 election.
This constituency is reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC) candidates.
The constituency in 2008 was formed after merging the assembly segments of Chengalpattu, Thiruporur, Madurantakam (SC), Uthiramerur and Kancheepuram, which were earlier part of the now defunct Chengalpattu Lok Sabha constituency, and Alandur, which was earlier part of Chennai South Lok Sabha constituency.
|1951||A. Krishnaswamy||CWL||T. Chengalvarayan||INC|
|2009||P. Viswanathan||INC||E. Ramakrishnan||AIADMK|
|2014||K. Maragatham||AIADMK||G. Selvam||DMK|