Mumbai North Central (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Existence1952–present
Current MPPoonam Mahajan
PartyBJP
Elected Year2019
StateMaharashtra

Mumbai North Central Lok Sabha constituency is a Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituency of Maharashtra state in western India.[1]

Assembly segments[edit]

Presently, after the implementation of the delimitation of the parliamentary constituencies in 2008, Mumbai North Central Lok Sabha constituency comprises the following six Vidhan Sabha segments:

Constituency number Reserved for (SC/ST/None) Name Name of incumbent MLA Party
167 None Vile Parle Adv. Parag Alavani BJP
168 None Chandivali Md. Arif (Naseem) Khan INC
174 SC Kurla Mangesh Kudalkar Shiv Sena
175 None Kalina Sanjay Potnis Shiv Sena
176 None Vandre East Trupti Sawant Shiv Sena
177 None Vandre West Ashish Shelar BJP

Members of Parliament[edit]

As Mumbai North Central[edit]

Key

 INC    Shiv Sena    BJP    CPI (M)    Janata Party    RPI(A)  

Election Member Party
1977 Ahilya Rangnekar Communist Party of India (Marxist)
1980 Pramila Dandavate Janata Party
1984 Sharad Dighe Indian National Congress
1989 Vidyadhar Gokhale Shiv Sena
1991 Sharad Dighe Indian National Congress
1996 Narayan Athawale Shiv Sena
1998 Ramdas Athawale Republican Party of India (Athawale)
1999 Manohar Joshi Shiv Sena
2004 Eknath Gaikwad Indian National Congress
Major boundary changes
2009 Priya Dutt Indian National Congress
2014 Poonam Mahajan Bharatiya Janata Party
2019 Poonam Mahajan Bharatiya Janata Party

Election results[edit]

General elections, 1952[edit]

Two candidates were elected from some seats in 1952 elections.
One MP was : Vitthal Gandhi, Congress (149,138 votes) defeated the socialist leader Ashok Mehta (139,741)
Second MP : Narayan Kajrolkar, Congress (138,137 votes) defeated Dr Ambedkar (123,576) [3][4] [5]

General elections, 1977[edit]

1977 Indian general election: Bombay North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
CPI (M) Ahilya Rangnekar 2,28,123 57.71
INC R. D. Bhandare 1,58,208 40.02
Majority 69,915 17.69
Turnout 3,95,292 59.24
CPI (M) gain from CPI Swing

General elections, 1980[edit]

1980 Indian general election: Bombay North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Janata Party Pramila Madhu Dandavate 1,86,355 45.25 N/A
INC(I) Vasantrao Hoshing 1,76,544 42.87 N/A
CPI (M) Ahilya Rangnekar 42,209 10.25 -47.46
Majority 9,811 2.38 -15.31
Turnout 4,11,833 54.35 -4.89
Janata Party gain from CPI (M) Swing

General elections, 1984[edit]

1984 Indian general election: Bombay North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Sharad Dighe 211,443 48.44 +5.87**
BJP Manohar Joshi 79,345 18.18 N/A
Janata Party Pramila Dandavate 74,401 17.04 -28.21
Independent Dada Samant 58,693 13.45
Lok Dal Bipin Mamu Sanghar 4,972 1.14
Majority 132,098 30.26
Turnout 436,526 56.24
INC gain from Janata Party Swing

General elections, 1989[edit]

1989 Indian general election: Bombay North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Shiv Sena Vidyadhar Gokhale 254,841 44.91
INC Sharad Dighe 246,656 43.47
BRP Panchdeo Jaiswal 35,636 6.28
Independent Rustam Tirandaz 21,599 3.81
Majority
Turnout 567,431
Shiv Sena gain from INC Swing

General elections, 1991[edit]

1991 Indian general election: Bombay North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Sharad Dighe 180,084 43.31 -0.6
Shiv Sena Vidyadhar Gokhale 165,872 39.89 -1.6
Janata Dal Ruston Tirandaz 58,988 14.19
Janata Party Gopal Dukhande 3,110 0.75
BSP Tanaji Hirve 1,680 0.40
Majority 14,212 3.4 +2
Turnout 415,777
INC gain from Shiv Sena Swing -1.1

General elections, 1996[edit]

1996 Indian general election: Mumbai North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Shiv Sena Narayan Athawale 242,536 47.92 +9.03
INC Sharad Dighe 153,337 30.30 -13.01
RPI Bapu Chandrasen Kamble 94,729 18.72
Majority 89,199 17.62 +14.22
Turnout 506,146
Shiv Sena gain from INC Swing +10.52

General elections, 1998[edit]

1998 Indian general election: Mumbai North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
RPI Ramdas Athawale 2,82,373 50.18 +31.46
Shiv Sena Narayan Athawale 2,57,141 45.69 -2.23
BSP Jaiswal Ramprasad 8,295 1.47
Majority 25,232 4.48
Turnout 562,740
RPI gain from Shiv Sena Swing +16.84

General elections, 1999[edit]

1999 Indian general election: Mumbai North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Shiv Sena Manohar Joshi 2,94,935 55.82 +10.14
BBM Raja Dhale 1,25,940 23.84
Independent B.C. Kamble 56,684 10.73
Majority 1,68,995 31.98
Turnout 5,28,342 46.01
Shiv Sena gain from RPI Swing

General elections, 2004[edit]

2004 Indian general elections: Mumbai North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Eknath Mahadeo Gaikwad 2,56,282 49.80
Shiv Sena Manohar Gajanan Joshi 2,42,953 47.21 -8.62
BSP Jaswar Satyaram Ballikaran 7,292 1.41
NCP Shaikh Samad Abdul Salam 3,475 0.68
NLP Khan Akram Ali 2,404 0.47
Independent Khan Mohammad Rasheed 1,117 0.22
Independent Khan Mohammad Meraz 1,070 0.21
Majority 13,329 2.59
Turnout 5,14,600 46.05 +0.04
INC gain from Shiv Sena Swing

General elections, 2009[edit]

2009 Indian general elections: Mumbai North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Priya Sunil Dutt 3,19,352 48.05 -1.75
BJP Mahesh Ram Jethmalani 1,44,797 21.79 N/A
MNS Shilpa Atul Sarpotdar 1,32,546 19.94 N/A
BSP Ebrahim Shaikh 43,425 6.53 +5.12
RSPS Surekha Pevekar 7,085 1.07 N/A
Majority 1,74,555 26.26 +23.67
Turnout 6,64,647 39.52 -7.91
INC hold Swing -1.75

General elections, 2014[edit]

2014 Indian general elections: Mumbai North Central[6]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Poonam Mahajan 4,78,535 56.61 +34.82
INC Priya Sunil Dutt 2,91,764 34.52 -13.53
AAP Phiroze Palkhivala 34,824 4.12 N/A
BSP Anandrao Vyankatrao Shinde 10,128 1.20 -5.33
SP Abu Farhan Azmi 9,873 1.17 N/A
NOTA None of the Above 6,937 0.82 N/A
Majority 1,86,771 22.09 -4.17
Turnout 8,45,292 48.66 +9.14
BJP gain from INC Swing +8.56

General elections, 2019[edit]

2019 Indian general elections: Mumbai North Central
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Poonam Mahajan 4,86,672 53.97 -2.64
INC Priya Sunil Dutt 3,56,667 39.55 +5.03
VBA Abdur Rehman Anjaria 33,703 3.74 N/A
NOTA None of the Above 10,669 1.18 +0.36
Majority 1,30,005 14.42 -7.67
Turnout 9,01,784 53.69 +5.03
BJP hold Swing -2.64

See also[edit]

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ "Mumbai North Central". Mumbai Voice.
  2. ^ "General Election of India 1951, List of Successful Candidate" (PDF). Election Commission of India. p. 41. Retrieved 21 September 2015.
  3. ^ Ramachandra Guha (2008). India After Gandhi: The History of the World's Largest Democracy. p. 156. ISBN 978-0-06-095858-9.
  4. ^ "Statistical Report On General Elections, 1951 to The First Lok Sabha: List of Successful Candidates" (PDF). Election Commission of India. pp. 83, 12. Retrieved 24 June 2014.
  5. ^ http://www.elections.in/parliamentary-constituencies/1951-election-results.html
  6. ^ "Mumbai North Central (Lok Sabha Election 2014)". Mumbai Voice.