Mathura (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Mathura Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 80 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in the Indian state of Uttar Pradesh. This constituency covers the entire Mathura district. According to Election Commission of India 2009 reports,the Mathura Parliamentary constituency (constituency number 17) has a total of 1,341,649 electorates out of which 593,726 are females and 747,923 are males.[1]

Assembly Segments[edit]

Presently, Mathura Lok Sabha constituency comprises five Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments.

Constituency number Name Reserved for (SC/ST/None) District Number of electorates (2019)
81 Chhata None Mathura 3,53,054
82 Mant None Mathura 3,28,948
83 Goverdhan None Mathura 3,19,815
84 Mathura None Mathura 4,42,209
85 Baldev SC Mathura 3,63,867
Total: 18,07,893

Members of Parliament[edit]


Year Winner Party
1952 Raja Girraj Saran Singh Independent
1957 Raja Mahendra Pratap Independent
1962 Chaudhary Digambar Singh Indian National Congress
1967 Chaudhary Digambar Singh Indian National Congress
1971 Chakleshwar Singh Indian National Congress
1977 Mani Ram Bagri Bharatiya Lok Dal
1980 Chaudhary Digambar Singh Janata Party (Secular)
1984 Manvendra Singh Indian National Congress
1989 Manvendra Singh Janata Dal
1991 Swami Sachchidanand Hari Sakshi Ji Bharatiya Janata Party
1996 Chaudhary Tejveer Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
1998 Chaudhary Tejveer Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
1999 Chaudhary Tejveer Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
2004 Manvendra Singh Indian National Congress
2009 Jayant Chaudhary Rashtriya Lok Dal
2014 Hema Malini Bharatiya Janata Party
2019 Hema Malini Bharatiya Janata Party

Election results[edit]

2019 results[edit]

2019 Indian general elections: Mathura
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Hema Malini 6,71,293 60.88 +7.59
RLD Kunwar Narendra Singh 3,77,822 34.26 +11.64
INC Mahesh Pathak 28,084 2.55 +2.55
NOTA None of the Above 5,800 0.53 +0.35
Majority 2,93,471 26.62 -4.05
Turnout 11,02,731 61.00 -3.02
BJP hold Swing +7.59

2014 Results[edit]

2014 Indian general elections: Mathura
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Hema Malini 5,74,633 53.29 +53.29
RLD Jayant Chaudhary 2,43,890 22.62 -29.67
BSP Pt. Yogesh Kumar Dwivedi 1,73,572 16.10 -12.84
SP Chandan Singh 36,673 3.40 +3.40
Independent Hema Malini 10,158 0.94 +0.94
NOTA None of the Above 1,953 0.18 +0.18
Majority 3,30,743 30.67 +7.32
Turnout 10,76,868 64.02 +9.87
BJP gain from RLD Swing +1.00

2009 results[edit]

2009 Indian general election: Mathura[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
RLD Jayant Chaudhary 3,79,870 52.29
BSP Shyam Sunder Sharma 2,10,257 28.94
INC Manvendra Singh 85,418 11.76
NLHP Ashraf Ali 22,623 3.11
Independent Jai Prakash 8,919 1.23
Independent Vinod 3,718 0.51
Independent Shyamsundar 3,272 0.45
Independent Devendra 2,941 0.4
Independent Jagadish 2,684 0.37
Independent Fakkar Baba 2,181 0.3
Independent Babu Lal Sharma 1,687 0.23
Independent Yad Ram 1,122 0.15
Independent Pramod Pachauri 551 0.08
Independent Pitam Singh 516 0.07
Independent Gopal Saini Alias Manager 399 0.05
Independent Heera Singh 335 0.05
Majority 1,69,613 23.35
Turnout 7,26,493 54.15
RLD gain from INC Swing

2004 results[edit]

2004 Indian general election: Mathura[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Manvendra Singh 1,87,400
BSP Ch. Laxmi Narayan 1,49,268
RLD Dr. Gyanvati Singh 1,44,366 23.97 -7.81
BJP Ch.Tej Veer Singh 1,03,007
Independent Harpal Singh 4,321
Om Prakash 2,414
NCP Rajkumar 2,294
Independent Satish Chandra 2,226
Independent Bijendra Singh 1,659
Independent Kunvar Singh 1,179
Independent Narayan Singh 1,066
Independent Balbir Singh 874
Independent Vidhya Devi 647 0.11
Independent Phakkar Baba 577
Independent Devki Nandan 529
Independent Ajay Singh 360
Majority 38,132
Turnout 6,02,187
INC gain from BJP Swing

1999 results[edit]

1999 Indian general election: Mathura[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Ch.Tej Veer Singh 2,10,212 39.65 -9.45
RLD Rameshwar Singh 1,68,485 31.78
BSP Pt. Kamal Kant Upmanyu 1,18,720 22.39 +4.0
SP Ch. Hari Singh Rawat 19,816 3.74 -12.91
Jawahar 3,620 0.68
Independent Ajit 2,631 0.50
LSWP Pt. Sushil Kumar Gautam 2,267 0.43
Independent Kr. Katori Devi 1,410 0.27
Independent Dr. Babulal Jain 1,088 0.21
Independent Bijendra Singh 750 0.14
Shivlal Nimeshwari 589 0.11
Independent Fakkan 568 0.11 -0.19
Majority 41,727
Turnout 5,30,156 45.94 -7.77
BJP hold Swing

1998 results[edit]

1998 Indian general election: Mathura [5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Ch.Tejveer Singh 3,03,831 49.1 +15.19
BSP Pooran Prakash 1,13,801 18.39 -2.39
SP Manvendra Singh 1,03,041 16.65
INC Mahesh Pathak 61,952 10.01 -10.82
Roshan Singh 23,033 3.72
Independent Pooran Chand Mahawar 3,487 0.56
Independent Ram Babu 2,835 0.46 +0.41
Independent Pt. Girish Chandra Sharma 2,429 0.39
Independent Fakkan 1,879 0.30 +0.25
Ranveer Singh 1,648 0.27
Independent Ch. Chandra Veer Singh 534 0.09
Independent Brindavan Dass 280 0.05
Majority 1,90,030
Turnout 6,18,750 53.71 +10.4
BJP hold Swing

1996 results[edit]

1996 Indian general election: Mathura[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Ch.Tej Veer Singh 1,67,369 33.91
INC Laxmi Narayan Chaudhary 1,02,797 20.83
BSP Sardar Singh 1,02,567 20.78
IC(T) Shyam Sundar Sharma 85,795 17.38
Janata Dal Debi Dass Vaghel 17,199 3.49
Independent Shyam Singh 1,957 0.40
Independent Bal Veer Singh 1,754 0.36
Mohan 1,101 0.22
Independent Rakesh Chandra 1,092 0.22
Independent Salim Khan Lodhi 977 0.2
Independent Shyam Sunder 932 0.19
Independent Ishwar Chander Sharma 889 0.18
Independent Raj Kumar 708 0.14
Independent Saudan Singh 707 0.14
Independent Ashok Kumar 663 0.13
Independent Mahinder Singh 519 0.11
Independent Laltesh Sharma 517 0.10
Independent Mohan Babu 475 0.1
Independent Ajay 467 0.09
Independent Shashi Pal Pippal 370 0.07
Independent Prem 369 0.07
Janata Party Pramod Kumar 367 0.07
Independent Vijender Singh 355 0.07
Independent Ram Prakash 301 0.06
Independent Dharam Singh 282 0.06
Independent Rajinder 272 0.06
Independent Fakkan 266 0.05
Ram Babu 258 0.05
Sahib Singh 232 0.05
Independent Rajinder Singh 232 0.05
Independent Gopal Prasad 227 0.05
Independent R. S. Tripathi 207 0.04
Independent Gopal Prasad Sharma 204 0.04
Independent Narian Dass 204 0.04
Independent Vishan Swaroop 166 0.03
Independent Daryab Singh Moolvanshi 144 0.03
Independent Vijay Chaturvedi 134 0.03
Independent Kayam Singh 125 0.03
Independent Moti Lal 113 0.02
Independent Suresh Chandra 76 0.02
Independent R. D. Gupta 64 0.01
Independent Ram Swaroop Singh 49 0.01
Majority 64572
Turnout 5,07,300 43.31
BJP hold Swing

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Coordinates: 27°29′N 77°41′E / 27.48°N 77.69°E / 27.48; 77.69