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Rae Bareli (Lok Sabha constituency)

Rae Bareli Lok Sabha constituency (Hindi: रायबरेली लोक सभा निर्वाचन क्षेत्र) is one of the 80 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Uttar Pradesh state in northern India

Sonia Gandhi is the current MP from Rae Bareli constituency.

Assembly segments

Presently, Rae Bareli Lok Sabha constituency comprises five Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments. These are:[1]

  1. Bachhrawan
  2. Harchandpur
  3. Rae Bareli
  4. Sareni
  5. Unchahar

Members of Parliament

Election Member Party
1951-52 Feroze Gandhi Indian National Congress
1957 Feroze Gandhi Indian National Congress
1960 (By-election) Rajendra Pratap. Singh Indian National Congress
1962 Baij Nath Kureel Indian National Congress
1967 Indira Gandhi Indian National Congress
1971 Indira Gandhi Indian National Congress
1977 Raj Narain Janata Party
1980 Indira Gandhi Indian National Congress (Indira)
1980 (By-election) Arun Nehru Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 Arun Nehru Indian National Congress
1989 Sheila Kaul Indian National Congress
1991 Sheila Kaul Indian National Congress
1996 Ashok Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
1998 Ashok Singh Bharatiya Janata Party
1999 Satish Sharma Indian National Congress
2004 Sonia Gandhi Indian National Congress
2006 (By-election) Sonia Gandhi Indian National Congress
2009 Sonia Gandhi Indian National Congress
2014 Sonia Gandhi Indian National Congress

Election Results

General elections 1977

Indian general election, 1977: Rae Bareli
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BLD Raj Narain 1,77,719 53.51
INC Indira Gandhi 1,22,517 36.89
Independent P. Nallathampy Terah 9,311 2.80
Independent Kamal Ahamad Khan 7,467 2.25
Independent Krishna Prasad 4,083 1.23
Majority 55,202 16.62
Turnout 3,32,122 52.48
BLD gain from INC Swing

General Election 2004

Indian general elections, 2004: Rae Bareli[2]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Sonia Gandhi 3,78,107 58.75
SP Ashok Singh 1,28,342 19.94
BSP Rajesh Yadav 57,543 8.94
BJP Girish Narayan Panday 31,290 4.86
JD(S) Hori Lal 15,160 2.36
AD Indra Pal Singh 9,969 1.55
JD(U) Shiv Balak 3,873 0.60
CPI Sona Devi 3,238 0.50
INLD Heera Lal 3,202 0.50
ABHM Hari Shanker Misra 2,900 0.45
Majority 2,49,765 38.81
Turnout 6,43,560 48.42
INC hold Swing

By-election 2006

By-election, 2006: Rae Bareli[3][4]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Sonia Gandhi 4,74,891 80.49
SP Raj Kumar 57,003 9.66
BJP Vinay Katiyar 19,657 3.33
RJP Deepa 8,336 1.41
Independent Sunder Lal 6,780 1.15
Majority 4,17,888 70.83
Turnout 5,90,033 43.30
INC hold Swing

General Election 2009

Indian general elections, 2009: Rae Bareli
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Sonia Gandhi 4,81,490 72.23
BSP R.S. Kushwaha 1,09,325 16.04
BJP R.B. Singh 25,444 3.82
AD Anil Kumar Maurya 12,321 1.85
Majority 3,72,165 55.83
Turnout 6,66,648 48.33
INC hold Swing

General Election 2014

Indian general elections, 2014: Rae Bareli[5]
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Sonia Gandhi 5,26,434 63.80 -8.43
BJP Ajay Agarwal 1,73,721 21.05 +17.23
BSP Pravesh Singh 63,633 7.71 -8.33
AAP Archana Srivastava 10,383 1.26 N/A
Independent Shakil Ahmad 7,915 0.96 N/A
Majority 3,52,713 42.75 -13.08
Turnout 8,25,136 51.74 +3.41
INC hold Swing -8.43

See also

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