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Baghpat (Lok Sabha constituency)

Baghpat Lok Sabha constituency (Hindi: बागपत लोकसभा निर्वाचन क्षेत्र) is one of the 80 Lok Sabha (lower house of parliament) constituencies in Uttar Pradesh state in India. This constituency covers the entire Baghpat district and parts of Meerut and Ghaziabad districts. Satyapal Singh, former Commissioner of Police, Bombay, represents the constituency in Lok Sabha.

Assembly segments

Before Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments[1]

  1. Siwalkhas
  2. Modinagar
  3. Baghpat
  4. Baraut
  5. Chhaprauli
Presently, after reorganisation, this Lok Sabha constituency comprises the following five Vidhan Sabha segments:[2][3]
Constituency number Name Reserved for (SC/ST/None) District Number of electorates (2009)
43 Siwalkhas None Meerut 282,285
50 Chhaprauli None Baghpat 273,250
51 Baraut None Baghpat 226,711
52 Baghpat None Baghpat 237,803
57 Modinagar None Ghaziabad 251,784
Total: 1,271,833

Members of Parliament

Lok Sabha Duration Name of the Member Party Affiliation
Fourth 1967-71 Raghuvir Singh Shastri Bharatiya Jana Sangh
Fifth 1971-77 Ram Chandra Vikal Indian National Congress
Sixth 1977-80 Chaudhary Charan Singh Bharatiya Lok Dal
Seventh 1980-84 Chaudhary Charan Singh Janata Party (Secular)
Eighth 1984-89 Chaudhary Charan Singh Lok Dal
Ninth 1989-1991 Ajit Singh Janata Dal
Tenth 1991-1996 Ajit Singh Janata Dal
Eleventh 1996-1998 Ajit Singh Bharatiya Kisan Kamgar Party
Twelfth 1998-99 Sompal Singh Shastri Bharatiya Janata Party
Thirteenth 1999–2004 Ajit Singh Rashtriya Lok Dal
Fourteenth 2004-09 Ajit Singh Rashtriya Lok Dal
Fifteenth 2009-2014 Ajit Singh Rashtriya Lok Dal
Sixteenth 2014-Incumbent Satyapal Singh Bharatiya Janata Party

Election Results

General elections 2014

Indian general elections, 2014: Baghpat
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Satyapal Singh 4,23,475 42.17 N/A
SP Ghulam Mohammed 2,13,609 21.27 +20.97
RLD Ajit Singh 1,99,516 19.86 -35.90
BSP Prashant Chaudhary 1,41,743 14.11 -12.98
AAP Somendra Dhaka 5828 0.58 N/A
Margin of victory 2,09,866 20.90
Turnout 10,04,263 68.60
BJP gain from RLD Swing

General elections 2009

Indian general elections, 2009: Baghpat
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
RLD Ajit Singh 2,38,638 38.88
BSP Mukesh Sharma 1,75,611 28.61 +6.85
INC Sompal 55,164 8.40 0
Margin of victory 63,027 10.27
Turnout 6,13,748 47.93
RLD hold Swing

General elections 2004

Indian general elections, 2004: Baghpat
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
RLD Ajit Singh 3,53,181 53.76 +5.50
BSP Aulad Ali 1,32,543 20.18 +6.85
BJP Satyapal Singh Malik (not the Satyapal Singh who won in 2014) 1,02,317 15.58 -11.85
INC Jagveer 55,164 8.40 0
Independent Habib Ahmad 4,919 0.75 0
INLD Samar Pal 2,489 0.38 0
Independent Subhash 1,520 0.23 0
RPI Krishna Bhagwan Swami 994 0.15 0
Majority 2,20,638 33.58 +5.50
Turnout 6,56,900 41.83
RLD hold Swing


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