Special Report: 17th no Mathura LokSabha Constituency, State of Uttar Pradesh

Mathura, March 27, Sandipan Sarma: In this special report of LokSabha Constituency today I will try give a brief look on Mathura Constituency of Uttar Pradesh, which is situated in northern India.

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This Constituency is consists of 5 Legislative Assembly Constituency (LAC). They are as follows:

1. Chhata

2. Mant

3. Goverdhan

4. Mathura

5. Baldev (SC)

Session 1962(C.Singh):

In this edition of LokSabha election C.Singh was selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner C.Singh (INC) got 75044 votes while his rival R. Pratap (IND) got 55445 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 19445 (11.33% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 435447, from which 181446 no of electors voted.

Session 1971 (C. Singh):

In this edition of LokSabha election C.Singh was selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner C.Singh (INC) got 48333 votes while his rival D. Jain (BKD) got 42267 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 209 (0.16% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 602667, from which 180660 no of electors voted. There were total 12 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session.

Session 1977 (Maniram):

In this edition of LokSabha election Maniram was selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner Maniram (BLD) got 131339 votes while his rival R. Singh (INC) got 67776 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 68853 (24.34% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 575623, from which 269845 no of electors voted. There were total 13 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 689, average no of electors per polling station was 834.

Session 1984 (M. Singh):

In this edition of LokSabha election M. Singh was selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner M. Singh (INC) got 196455 votes while his rival G. Devi (LKD) got 130563 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 66202 (15.67% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 17 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 921, average no of electors per polling station was 829.

Session 1989 (M. Singh):

In this edition of LokSabha election M. Singh was selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner M. Singh (JD) got 143306 votes while his rival N. Singh (INC) got 131332 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 8334 (1.62% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 9 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1334, average no of electors per polling station was 988.

Session 1996 (T. Singh):

In this edition of LokSabha election T. Singh was selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner T. Singh (BJP) got 221744 votes while his rival Laxmi Narayan (INC) got 144567 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 12356. The total no of elector was672890, from which 457790 no of electors voted. Total valid votes were 423391, from which rejected votes were 2345. There were total 39 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1567, average no of electors per polling station was 779

Session 1998 (Teejveer):

In this edition of LokSabha election Teejveerwas selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner Teejveer(BJP) got 29696 votes while his rival P. Prakash (BSP) got 194553 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 97433 (13.34% of Total Valid Votes). The total no of elector was 724558.Total valid votes were 60589.. There were total 21 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1599, average no of electors per polling station was 799.

Session 2004 (M. Singh):

In this edition of LokSabha election M. Singh was selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner M. Singh (INC) got 396556 votes while his rival L. Chodhury (BSP) got 290443 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 105553 (13.55% of Total Valid Votes). There were total 23 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1557, average no of electors per polling station was 1556.

Session 2009 (J. Chodhury):

In this edition of LokSabha election J. Chodhurywas selected as a MP from Mathura Constituency. As a winner J. Chodhury(RLD) got 316720 votes while his rival S. Sharma (BSP) got 198957 votes respectively. The margin of votes were 118963. There were total 26 no of contestants from Mathura constituency in this session. No of Polling station was 1666, average no of electors per polling station was 808.