Mumbai North East (Lok Sabha constituency)

Mumbai North East Lok Sabha constituency is a Lok Sabha parliamentary constituency of Maharashtra.[1]

Assembly segments

Presently, Mumbai North East constituency comprises six Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) segments. These segments are:[2]

Constituency number Reserved for (SC/ST/None) Name Name of incumbent MLA Party
155 None Mulund Sardar Tara Singh BJP
156 None Vikhroli Sunil Raut Shiv Sena
157 None Bhandup West Ashok Patil Shiv Sena
169 None Ghatkopar West Ram Kadam BJP
170 None Ghatkopar East Prakash Mehta BJP
171 None Mankhurd Shivaji Nagar Abu Azmi SP

Members of Parliament

Key

 INC    Janata Party    BJP    NCP  

Election Member Party
1967 S. G. Barve Indian National Congress
1967 Tara Govind Sapre
1971 Rajaram Gopal Kulkarni
1977 Subramanian Swamy Janata Party
1980
1984 Gurudas Kamat Indian National Congress
1989 Jayawantiben Mehta Bharatiya Janata Party
1991 Gurudas Kamat Indian National Congress
1996 Pramod Mahajan Bharatiya Janata Party
1998 Gurudas Kamat Indian National Congress
1999 Kirit Somaiya Bharatiya Janata Party
2004 Gurudas Kamat Indian National Congress
Major boundary changes
2009 Sanjay Dina Patil Nationalist Congress Party
2014 Kirit Somaiya Bharatiya Janata Party

Election results

General elections 1999

Indian general election, 1999: Mumbai North East
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Kirit Somaiya 4,00,436 43.08
INC Gurudas Kamat 3,93,160 42.30
NCP Dr. Rammanohar Tripathi 1,02,513 11.03
IND. Dattatray Bhojraj Waghmare 13,406 1.44
BSP Sayyad Shamim Jaffrey 8,501 0.91
Majority 7,276 0.78
Turnout 9,29,417 46.70
BJP gain from INC Swing

General elections 2004

Indian general elections, 2004: Mumbai North East[3]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Gurudas Kamat 4,93,420 53.30 +11.00
BJP Kirit Somaiya 3,94,020 42.57 -0.51
BSP Dr. Sunil Tukaram Torne 9,422 1.01
BBM Raja Dhale 9,159 0.99
Independent Shahji Dhondiba Thorat 7,208 0.78
SP S. K. Dubey 2,623 0.28
Independent Jyoti Maruti Ware 1,890 0.20
Maharashtra Rajiv Congress Vithalrao Jadhav 1,399 0.15
Kranti Kari Jai Hind Sena Abdul Sattar Mohammedsab Attar 1,353 0.15
Independent Pius Varghese Pullikottil 1,243 0.13
ABHM Mahesh Madhukar Sawant-Patel 1,058 0.11
NLP Rais Ahmad Khan 1,012 0.11
Independent Madan Lal Thapar 1,004 0.11
Independent Umesh Shrirang Dhende 848 0.09
Majority 99,400 10.73 +9.95
Turnout 9,25,659 46.88 +0.18
INC gain from BJP Swing +11.00

General elections 2009

Indian general elections, 2009: Mumbai North East
Party Candidate Votes % ±
NCP Sanjay Dina Patil 2,13,505 31.97 N/A
BJP Kirit Somaiya 2,10,572 31.53 -10.32
MNS Shishir Shinde 1,95,148 29.22 n/a
BSP Ashok Chandrapal Singh 24,934 3.73
Majority 2,933 0.44 -10.29
Turnout 6,67,904 42.46
UPA hold Swing +21.57

General elections 2014

Indian general elections, 2014: Mumbai North East[4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Dr. Kirit Somaiya 5,25,285 60.90 +29.37
NCP Sanjay Dina Patil 2,08,163 24.13 -7.84
AAP Medha Patkar 76,451 8.86 N/A
BSP Matchindra Chate 17,427 2.02 -1.71
BBM Prof. Avinash Dolas 8,833 1.02 +0.18
NOTA None of the above 7,114 0.82 N/A
Majority 3,17,122 36.77 +36.33
Turnout 8,61,761 51.66 +9.20
BJP gain from NCP Swing +18.61

General elections 2019

Indian general elections, 2019: Mumbai North-East
Party Candidate Votes % ±
Indian general elections, 2019: Mumbai North-East
Party Candidate Votes % ±
BJP Manoj Kotak
NCP Sanjay Dina Patil
VBA Niharika Khondle
BMP SHRIKANT SUBURAO SHINDE
BSP SANJAY CHANDRABAHADUR SINH
HND NILESH RAMCHANDRA KUDTARKAR
Jan Adhikar Party (Loktantrik) Sushma Maurya
Bhartiya Manav Adhikaar Federal JAYASHRI MINESH SHAH
Bahujan Maha party AIYYAR GANESH RANGAYYA
Aapki Apani Party (Peoples) NUTAN SINGH
Rastrya Olama Council SHAHIN PARVEEN SHAKIL AHAMAD KHAN
Rashtriya Olama Council SHAHENAZ BEGAM MO.SIRAJ KHAN
Ambedkaright Party Of India (API) DANDGE SUKHADEV CHANDU
Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi NIHARIKA PRAKASHCHANDRA KHONDALAY
Independent (politician) SHRI JAYWANT SHRIRAM SAWANT
Independent (politician) PRAKASH GOPAL JADHAV
Independent (politician) VINOD NARAYAN CHAUGULE
Independent (politician) VIJAY JANARDAN SHIKTODE
Independent (politician) ANIL HEBBAR KONI
Independent (politician) RAJENDRA WAMAN WAGHMARE
Independent (politician) SHAHAJIRAO DHONDIBA THORAT
Independent (politician) KURHADE SNEHA RAVINDRA
Independent (politician) PRAVIN CHANDRAKANT KEDARE
Independent (politician) THOKE BABAN SOPAN
Independent (politician) JATIN RANGRAO HARNE
Independent (politician) DAYANAND JAGNNATH SOHANI
Independent (politician) BHASKAR MOHAN GAUD
Independent (politician) NANDKUMAR BIRBAL SINH
Independent (politician) DEEPAK DIGAMBAR SHINDE
Independent (politician) JITENDRA KUMAR NANKU PAL
Independent (politician) RAKESH SAMBHAJI RAWOOL
Independent (politician) ADV. SHETTY SANTOSH KUSSAPPA
Independent (politician) GAZALA BANU MOHD. ARIF SHAIKH
Independent (politician) DEVENDRA RAMCHANDRA JOSHI (GUJARE)
NOTA None of the above
Majority
Turnout
[[|N/A]] gain from [[|N/A]] Swing

See also

References

  1. ^ "Mumbai North East". Mumbai Voice.
  2. ^ "District wise List of Assembly and Parliamentary Constituencies". Chief Electoral Officer, Maharashtra website. Archived from the original on 25 February 2009.
  3. ^ http://eci.nic.in/eci_main/StatisticalReports/LS_2004/Vol_I_LS_2004.pdf
  4. ^ "Mumbai North East (Lok Sabha Election 2014)". ELECTION COMMISSION OF INDIA.
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On 3 February 2017, the Bombay High Court criticized Patil for trying to delay the progress of the approved slum redevelopment project by pursuing the cause of non-cooperating members.The Bombay High Court had exceeded its jurisdiction by criticising the member of Legislative Assembly (MLA) Ashok Patil by its order dated 19/01/2017.Considering the facts & circumstances of the case,any adverse remarks made against him stand expunged by the Supreme Court order Dated 10/02/2017.

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Thus MLA Ashok Patil is a person with Implicable integrity.

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Lok Sabha constituencies of Maharashtra
Present (48)
Defunct

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