Viluppuram (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Viluppuram constituency, post-2008 delimitation
Existence2009-present
ReservationScheduled Caste
Current MPD. Ravikumar
PartyVCK
Elected Year2019 Election
StateTamil Nadu
Total Electors1,068,171[1]
Assembly Constituencies72. Tindivanam (SC)
73. Vanur (SC)
74. Viluppuram
75. Vikravandi (SC)
76. Tirukkoyilur
77. Ulundurpet

Viluppuram is a Lok Sabha constituency in Tamil Nadu. It was converted into a reserved Villupuram constituency from Tindivanam during 2008 delimitation.

Assembly segments[edit]

  1. Tindivanam
  2. Vanur (SC)
  3. Villupuram
  4. Vikravandi
  5. Tirukoilur
  6. Ulundurpet[2]

Members of Parliament[edit]

Year Winning Candidate Party
2009 M. Anandan All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
2014 S. Rajendran All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam
2019 D. Ravikumar[3] Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi

Election Results[edit]

2019[edit]

General Election, 2019: Viluppuram
Party Candidate Votes % ±
DMK D. Ravikumar 5,59,585 49.3%
PMK S. Vadivel Ravanan 4,31,517 38%
AMMK N. Ganapathy (Vanur MLA) 58,019 5.11
NTK D. Prakalatha 24,609 2.17
MNM S. Anbin Poyyamozhi 17,891 1.58
Independent K. Arasan 12,781 1.13
BSP G. Kaliyamoorthy 3,943 0.35
NOTA None of the Above 11,943 1.05
Majority 1,28,068 11.28
Turnout 11,36,098 78.66
DMK gain from PMK Swing

2014[edit]

General Election, 2014: Viluppuram
Party Candidate Votes % ±
AIADMK S. Rajendran 4,82,704 45.21
DMK Muthaiyan 2,89,337 27.11
DMDK Umasankar 2,09,663 19.64
INC Rani 21,461 2.01
Majority 1,93,367 18.11
Turnout 10,68,112 77.01
AIADMK hold Swing

2009[edit]

General Election, 2009: Viluppuram
Party Candidate Votes % ±
AIADMK M. Anandan 3,06,826 38.53
VCK Swamidurai 3,04,029 38.17
DMDK Ganapathi 2,09,663 19.64
Majority 2,797 0.35
Turnout 7,96,414 74.56
AIADMK win (new seat)

References[edit]

  1. ^ GE 2009 Statistical Report: Constituency Wise Detailed Result
  2. ^ "Delimitation puts the PMK in a fix". Deccan Chronicle. 1 March 2009.
  3. ^ "General elections to the 17th Lok Sabha, 2019 - List of members elected" (PDF). New Delhi: Election Commission of India. 25 May 2019. p. 26. Retrieved 2 June 2019.

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