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Sixteenth Lok Sabha
Members Alphabetical List
Source: Election Commission of India
S.No.Name of MemberParty NameConstituency (State)
1 A.T. NANA PATIL Bharatiya Janata Party Jalgaon(Maharashtra )
2 ABHIJIT MUKHERJEE Indian National Congress Jangipur(West Bengal )
3 ABHISHEK BANERJEE All India Trinamool Congress Diamond Harbour(West Bengal )
4 ABHISHEK SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Rajnandgaon(Chhattisgarh )
5 ABU HASEM KHAN CHOWDHURY Indian National Congress Maldaha Dakshin(West Bengal )
6 ADHALRAO SHIVAJI DATTATREY Shiv Sena Shirur(Maharashtra )
7 ADHIKARI DEEPAK (DEV) All India Trinamool Congress Ghatal(West Bengal )
8 ADHIKARI SISIR KUMAR All India Trinamool Congress Kanthi(West Bengal )
9 ADHIKARI SUVENDU All India Trinamool Congress Tamluk(West Bengal )
10 ADHIR RANJAN CHOWDHURY Indian National Congress Baharampur(West Bengal )
11 ADITYANATH Bharatiya Janata Party Gorakhpur(Uttar Pradesh )
12 ADSUL ANANDRAO VITHOBA Shiv Sena Amravati(Maharashtra )
13 ADV. CHINTAMAN NAVASHA WANGA Bharatiya Janata Party Palghar(Maharashtra )
14 ADV. NARENDRA KESHAV SAWAIKAR Bharatiya Janata Party South Goa(Goa )
15 ADV.JOICE GEORGE Independent Idukki(Kerala )
16 AHIR HANSRAJ GANGARAM Bharatiya Janata Party Chandrapur(Maharashtra )
17 AJAY KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Kheri(Uttar Pradesh )
18 AJAY NISHAD Bharatiya Janata Party Muzaffarpur(Bihar )
19 AJAY TAMTA Bharatiya Janata Party Almora(Uttarakhand )
20 AKSHAY YADAV Samajwadi Party Firozabad(Uttar Pradesh )
21 ALOK SANJAR Bharatiya Janata Party Bhopal(Madhya Pradesh )
22 ANANT GEETE Shiv Sena Raigad(Maharashtra )
23 ANANTH KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Bangalore South(Karnataka )
24 ANANTKUMAR HEGDE Bharatiya Janata Party Uttara Kannada(Karnataka )
25 ANBUMANI RAMADOSS Pattali Makkal Katchi Dharmapuri(Tamil Nadu )
26 ANGADI SURESH CHANNABASAPPA Bharatiya Janata Party Belgaum(Karnataka )
27 ANIL SHIROLE Bharatiya Janata Party Pune(Maharashtra )
28 ANJU BALA Bharatiya Janata Party Misrikh(Uttar Pradesh )
29 ANOOP MISHRA Bharatiya Janata Party Morena(Madhya Pradesh )
30 ANSHUL VERMA Bharatiya Janata Party Hardoi(Uttar Pradesh )
31 ANTO ANTONY Indian National Congress Pathanamthitta(Kerala )
32 ANUPAM HAZRA All India Trinamool Congress Bolpur(West Bengal )
33 ANUPRIYA SINGH PATEL Apna Dal Mirzapur(Uttar Pradesh )
34 ANURAG SINGH THAKUR Bharatiya Janata Party Hamirpur(Himachal Pradesh )
35 ANWHAR RAAJHAA.A All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Ramanathapuram(Tamil Nadu )
36 AP JITHENDER REDDY Telangana Rashtra Samithi Mahabubnagar(Andhra Pradesh )
37 APARUPA PODDAR (AFRIN ALI) All India Trinamool Congress Arambagh(West Bengal )
38 APPA ALIAS SHRIRANG CHANDU BARNE Shiv Sena Maval(Maharashtra )
39 ARJUN CHARAN SETHI Biju Janata Dal Bhadrak(Odisha )
40 ARJUN RAM MEGHWAL Bharatiya Janata Party Bikaner(Rajasthan )
41 ARJUNLAL MEENA Bharatiya Janata Party Udaipur(Rajasthan )
42 ARKA KESHARI DEO Biju Janata Dal Kalahandi(Odisha )
43 ARPITA GHOSH All India Trinamool Congress Balurghat(West Bengal )
44 ARUNMOZHITHEVAN.A All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Cuddalore(Tamil Nadu )
45 ARVIND SAWANT Shiv Sena Mumbai-South(Maharashtra )
46 ASADUDDIN OWAISI All India Majlis-E-Ittehadul Muslimeen Hyderabad(Andhra Pradesh )
47 ASHOK GAJAPATHI RAJU PUSAPATI Telugu Desam Party Vizianagaram(Andhra Pradesh )
48 ASHOK KUMAR DOHAREY Bharatiya Janata Party Etawah(Uttar Pradesh )
49 ASHOK KUMAR.K All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Krishnagiri(Tamil Nadu )
50 ASHOK MAHADEORAO NETE Bharatiya Janata Party Gadchiroli-Chimur(Maharashtra )
51 ASHOK SHANKARRAO CHAVAN Indian National Congress Nanded(Maharashtra )
52 ASHWINI KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Karnal(Haryana )
53 ASHWINI KUMAR CHOUBEY Bharatiya Janata Party Buxar(Bihar )
54 B. S. YEDDYURAPPA Bharatiya Janata Party Shimoga(Karnataka )
55 B. SREERAMULU Bharatiya Janata Party Bellary(Karnataka )
56 B.B. PATIL Telangana Rashtra Samithi Zahirabad(Andhra Pradesh )
57 B.N.CHANDRAPPA Indian National Congress Chitradurga(Karnataka )
58 B.V.NAYAK Indian National Congress Raichur(Karnataka )
59 BABUL SUPRIYA BARAL (BABUL SUPRIYO) Bharatiya Janata Party Asansol(West Bengal )
60 BABULAL Bharatiya Janata Party Fatehpur Sikri(Uttar Pradesh )
61 BADARUDDOZA KHAN Communist Party of India (Marxist) Murshidabad(West Bengal )
62 BADRUDDIN AJMAL All India United Democratic Front Dhubri(Assam )
63 BAHADUR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Bharatpur(Rajasthan )
64 BAIJAYANT PANDA Biju Janata Dal Kendrapara(Odisha )
65 BALABHADRA MAJHI Biju Janata Dal Nabarangpur(Odisha )
66 BALKA SUMAN Telangana Rashtra Samithi Peddapalle(Andhra Pradesh )
67 BANDARU DATTATREYA Bharatiya Janata Party Secunderabad(Andhra Pradesh )
68 BHAGAT SINGH KOSHYARI Bharatiya Janata Party Nainital-Udhamsingh Nagar(Uttarakhand )
69 BHAGWANT MANN Aam Aadmi Party Sangrur(Punjab )
70 BHAGWANTH KHUBA Bharatiya Janata Party Bidar(Karnataka )
71 BHAIRON PRASAD MISHRA Bharatiya Janata Party Banda(Uttar Pradesh )
72 BHANU PRATAP SINGH VERMA Bharatiya Janata Party Jalaun(Uttar Pradesh )
73 BHARAT SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Ballia(Uttar Pradesh )
74 BHARATHI MOHAN R.K All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Mayiladuthurai(Tamil Nadu )
75 BHARTRUHARI MAHATAB Biju Janata Dal Cuttack(Odisha )
76 BHOLA SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Bulandshahr(Uttar Pradesh )
77 BHOLA SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Begusarai(Bihar )
78 BIDYUT BARAN MAHATO Bharatiya Janata Party Jamshedpur(Jharkhand )
79 BIJOY CHANDRA BARMAN All India Trinamool Congress Jalpaiguri(West Bengal )
80 BIJOYA CHAKRAVARTY Bharatiya Janata Party Gauhati(Assam )
81 BIREN SINGH ENGTI Indian National Congress Autonomous District(Assam )
82 BIRENDRA KUMAR CHAUDHARY Bharatiya Janata Party Jhanjharpur(Bihar )
83 BISHNU PADA RAY Bharatiya Janata Party Andaman and Nicobar Islands(Andaman and Nicobar Islands )
84 BODHSINGH BHAGAT Bharatiya Janata Party Balaghat(Madhya Pradesh )
85 BRIJ BHUSAN SHARAN SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Kaiserganj(Uttar Pradesh )
86 BUTTA RENUKA Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Kurnool(Andhra Pradesh )
87 C R CHOUDHARY Bharatiya Janata Party Nagaur(Rajasthan )
88 C. L. RUALA Indian National Congress Mizoram(Mizoram )
89 C. N. JAYADEVAN Communist Party of India Thrissur(Kerala )
90 C. R. PATIL Bharatiya Janata Party Navsari(Gujarat )
91 C.S.PUTTARAJU Janata Dal (Secular) Mandya(Karnataka )
92 CAPTAIN AMARINDER SINGH Indian National Congress Amritsar(Punjab )
93 CH.MALLA REDDY Telugu Desam Party Malkajgiri(Andhra Pradesh )
94 CHAND NATH Bharatiya Janata Party Alwar(Rajasthan )
95 CHANDRA PRAKASH JOSHI Bharatiya Janata Party Chittorgarh(Rajasthan )
96 CHANDRAKANT BHAURAO KHAIRE Shiv Sena Aurangabad(Maharashtra )
97 CHANDRAKASI, M All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Chidambaram(Tamil Nadu )
98 CHANDU LAL SAHU (CHANDU BHAIYA) Bharatiya Janata Party Mahasamund(Chhattisgarh )
99 CHARANJEET SINGH RORI Indian National Lok Dal Sirsa(Haryana )
100 CHAUDHARY HARIBHAI PARTHIBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Banaskantha(Gujarat )
101 CHAUHAN DEVUSINH JESINGBHAI (CHAUHAN DEVUSINH) Bharatiya Janata Party Kheda(Gujarat )
102 CHAUHAN PRABHATSINH PRATAPSINH Bharatiya Janata Party Panchmahal(Gujarat )
103 CHAVAN HARISHCHANDRA DEORAM Bharatiya Janata Party Dindori(Maharashtra )
104 CHAVDA VINOD LAKHAMASHI Bharatiya Janata Party Kachchh(Gujarat )
105 CHHEDI PASWAN Bharatiya Janata Party Sasaram(Bihar )
106 CHHOTELAL Bharatiya Janata Party Robertsganj(Uttar Pradesh )
107 CHIRAG KUMAR PASWAN Lok Jan Shakti Party Jamui(Bihar )
108 CHOUDHARY MAHBOOB ALI KAISER Lok Jan Shakti Party Khagaria(Bihar )
109 CHOUDHURY MOHAN JATUA All India Trinamool Congress Mathurapur(West Bengal )
110 CHUDASAMA RAJESHBHAI NARANBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Junagadh(Gujarat )
111 COL. SONA RAM Bharatiya Janata Party Barmer(Rajasthan )
112 D K SURESH Indian National Congress Bangalore Rural(Karnataka )
113 D.V SADANANDA GOWDA Bharatiya Janata Party Bangalore North(Karnataka )
114 DADDAN MISHRA Bharatiya Janata Party Shrawasti(Uttar Pradesh )
115 DALPAT SINGH PARASTE Bharatiya Janata Party Shahdol(Madhya Pradesh )
116 DANVE RAOSAHEB DADARAO Bharatiya Janata Party Jalna(Maharashtra )
117 DARSHANA VIKRAM JARDOSH Bharatiya Janata Party Surat(Gujarat )
118 DASRATH TIRKEY All India Trinamool Congress Alipurduars(West Bengal )
119 DEEPENDER SINGH HOODA Indian National Congress Rohtak(Haryana )
120 DEVENDRA SINGH @ BHOLE SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Akbarpur(Uttar Pradesh )
121 DEVJI PATEL Bharatiya Janata Party Jalore(Rajasthan )
122 DHANANJAY BHIMRAO MAHADIK Nationalist Congress Party Kolhapur(Maharashtra )
123 DHARAMBIR S/O BHALE RAM Bharatiya Janata Party Bhiwani-Mahendragarh(Haryana )
124 DHARMENDRA KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Aonla(Uttar Pradesh )
125 DHARMENDRA YADAV Samajwadi Party Badaun(Uttar Pradesh )
126 DHOTRE SANJAY SHAMRAO Bharatiya Janata Party Akola(Maharashtra )
127 DILEEPSINGH BHURIA Bharatiya Janata Party Ratlam(Madhya Pradesh )
128 DILIP PATEL Bharatiya Janata Party Anand(Gujarat )
129 DIMPLE YADAV Samajwadi Party Kannauj(Uttar Pradesh )
130 DINESH KASHYAP Bharatiya Janata Party Bastar(Chhattisgarh )
131 DINESH TRIVEDI All India Trinamool Congress Barrackpur(West Bengal )
132 DR MAHENDRA NATH PANDEY Bharatiya Janata Party Chandauli(Uttar Pradesh )
133 DR PANDULA RAVINDRA BABU Telugu Desam Party Amalapuram(Andhra Pradesh )
134 DR. ARUN KUMAR Rashtriya Lok Samta Party Jahanabad(Bihar )
135 DR. BANSHILAL MAHTO Bharatiya Janata Party Korba(Chhattisgarh )
136 DR. BHAGIRATH PRASAD Bharatiya Janata Party Bhind(Madhya Pradesh )
137 DR. BHAMRE SUBHASH RAMRAO Bharatiya Janata Party Dhule(Maharashtra )
138 DR. BHARATIBEN DHIRUBHAI SHIYAL Bharatiya Janata Party Bhavnagar(Gujarat )
139 DR. BOORA NARSAIAH GOUD Telangana Rashtra Samithi Bhongir(Andhra Pradesh )
140 DR. DHARAM VIRA GANDHI Aam Aadmi Party Patiala(Punjab )
141 DR. HARSH VARDHAN Bharatiya Janata Party Chandni Chowk(Delhi )
142 DR. J. JAYAVARDHAN All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Chennai South(Tamil Nadu )
143 DR. JITENDRA SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Udhampur(Jammu and Kashmir )
144 DR. K.C.PATEL Bharatiya Janata Party Valsad(Gujarat )
145 DR. KAKALI GHOSHDOSTIDAR All India Trinamool Congress Barasat(West Bengal )
146 DR. KIRIT P SOLANKI Bharatiya Janata Party Ahmedabad West(Gujarat )
147 DR. MAMTAZ SANGHAMITA All India Trinamool Congress Bardhaman-Durgapur(West Bengal )
148 DR. MRIGANKA MAHATO All India Trinamool Congress Purulia(West Bengal )
149 DR. NEPAL SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Rampur(Uttar Pradesh )
150 DR. RAM SHANKAR KATHERIA Bharatiya Janata Party Agra(Uttar Pradesh )
151 DR. RATNA DE (NAG) All India Trinamool Congress Hooghly(West Bengal )
152 DR. SANJAY JAISWAL Bharatiya Janata Party Paschim Champaran(Bihar )
153 DR. SANJEEV KUMAR BALYAN Bharatiya Janata Party Muzaffarnagar(Uttar Pradesh )
154 DR. SATYA PAL SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Baghpat(Uttar Pradesh )
155 DR. SHASHI THAROOR Indian National Congress Thiruvananthapuram(Kerala )
156 DR. SUNIL BALIRAM GAIKWAD Bharatiya Janata Party Latur(Maharashtra )
157 DR. THOKCHOM MEINYA Indian National Congress Inner Manipur(Manipur )
158 DR. VIRENDRA KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Tikamgarh(Madhya Pradesh )
159 DR.A .SAMPATH Communist Party of India (Marxist) Attingal(Kerala )
160 DR.GAVIT HEENA VAIJAYKUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Nandurbar(Maharashtra )
161 DR.MAHESH SHARMA Bharatiya Janata Party Gautam Buddha Nagar(Uttar Pradesh )
162 DR.MURLI MANOHAR JOSHI Bharatiya Janata Party Kanpur(Uttar Pradesh )
163 DR.SHRIKANT EKNATH SHINDE Shiv Sena Kalyan(Maharashtra )
164 DUSHYANT CHAUTALA Indian National Lok Dal Hisar(Haryana )
165 DUSHYANT SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Jhalawar-Baran(Rajasthan )
166 E. AHAMED Indian Union Muslim League Malappuram(Kerala )
167 E. T. MOHAMMED BASHEER Indian Union Muslim League Ponnani(Kerala )
168 FAGGAN SINGH KULASTE Bharatiya Janata Party Mandla(Madhya Pradesh )
169 FATEPARA DEVAJIBHAI GOVINDBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Surendranagar(Gujarat )
170 FEROZE VARUN GANDHI Bharatiya Janata Party Sultanpur(Uttar Pradesh )
171 G M SIDDESHWARA Bharatiya Janata Party Davanagere(Karnataka )
172 GADDIGOUDAR PARVTAGOUDA CHANDANAGOUDA Bharatiya Janata Party Bagalkot(Karnataka )
173 GADKARI NITIN JAIRAM Bharatiya Janata Party Nagpur(Maharashtra )
174 GAIKWAD RAVINDRA VISHWANATH Shiv Sena Osmanabad(Maharashtra )
175 GAJANAN CHANDRAKANT KIRTIKAR Shiv Sena Mumbai-North-West(Maharashtra )
176 GAJENDRASINGH SHEKHAWAT Bharatiya Janata Party Jodhpur(Rajasthan )
177 GANDHI DILIPKUMAR MANSUKHLAL Bharatiya Janata Party Ahmednagar(Maharashtra )
178 GANESH SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Satna(Madhya Pradesh )
179 GAWALI BHAVANA PUNDLIKRAO Shiv Sena Yavatmal-Washim(Maharashtra )
180 GIRIRAJ SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Nawada(Bihar )
181 GODAM NAGESH Telangana Rashtra Samithi Adilabad(Andhra Pradesh )
182 GODSE HEMANT TUKARAM Shiv Sena Nashik(Maharashtra )
183 GOKARAJU GANGA RAJU Bharatiya Janata Party Narsapuram(Andhra Pradesh )
184 GOPAL CHINAYYA SHETTY Bharatiya Janata Party Mumbai-North(Maharashtra )
185 GOPAL. DR. K All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Nagapattinam(Tamil Nadu )
186 GOPALAKRISHNAN, C. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Nilgiris(Tamil Nadu )
187 GOURAV GOGOI Indian National Congress Kaliabor(Assam )
188 GUTHA SUKHENDER REDDY Indian National Congress Nalgonda(Andhra Pradesh )
189 H.D. DEVEGOWDA Janata Dal (Secular) Hassan(Karnataka )
190 HARI MANJHI Bharatiya Janata Party Gaya(Bihar )
191 HARI OM PANDEY Bharatiya Janata Party Ambedkar Nagar(Uttar Pradesh )
192 HARI, G. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Arakkonam(Tamil Nadu )
193 HARINARAYAN RAJBHAR Bharatiya Janata Party Ghosi(Uttar Pradesh )
194 HARINDER SINGH KHALSA Aam Aadmi Party Fatehgarh Sahib(Punjab )
195 HARIOM SINGH RATHORE Bharatiya Janata Party Rajsamand(Rajasthan )
196 HARISH CHANDRA ALIAS HARISH DWIVEDI Bharatiya Janata Party Basti(Uttar Pradesh )
197 HARISH CHANDRA MEENA Bharatiya Janata Party Dausa(Rajasthan )
198 HARSIMRAT KAUR BADAL Shiromani Akali Dal Bathinda(Punjab )
199 HEMA MALINI Bharatiya Janata Party Mathura(Uttar Pradesh )
200 HEMENDRA CHANDRA SINGH Biju Janata Dal Kandhamal(Odisha )
201 HUKM DEO NARAYAN YADAV Bharatiya Janata Party Madhubani(Bihar )
202 HUKUM SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Kairana(Uttar Pradesh )
203 IDRIS ALI All India Trinamool Congress Basirhat(West Bengal )
204 INDERJIT SINGH RAO Bharatiya Janata Party Gurgaon(Haryana )
205 INNOCENT Independent Chalakudy(Kerala )
206 J.C. DIVAKAR REDDI Telugu Desam Party Anantapur(Andhra Pradesh )
207 JADHAV PRATAPRAO GANPATRAO Shiv Sena Buldhana(Maharashtra )
208 JADHAV SANJAY (BANDU) HARIBHAU Shiv Sena Parbhani(Maharashtra )
209 JAGDAMBIKA PAL Bharatiya Janata Party Domariyaganj(Uttar Pradesh )
210 JAI PRAKASH NARAYAN YADAV Rashtriya Janata Dal Banka(Bihar )
211 JANAK RAM Bharatiya Janata Party Gopalganj(Bihar )
212 JANARDAN MISHRA Bharatiya Janata Party Rewa(Madhya Pradesh )
213 JANARDAN SINGH "SIGRIWAL" Bharatiya Janata Party Maharajganj(Bihar )
214 JASVANTSINH SUMANBHAI BHABHOR Bharatiya Janata Party Dahod(Gujarat )
215 AYADEV GALLA Telugu Desam Party Guntur(Andhra Pradesh )
216 JAYANT SINHA Bharatiya Janata Party Hazaribagh(Jharkhand )
217 JEYASINGH THIYAGARAJ NATTERJEE.J All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Thoothukkudi(Tamil Nadu )
218 JHINA HIKAKA Biju Janata Dal Koraput(Odisha )
219 JITENDRA CHOUDHURY Communist Party of India (Marxist) Tripura East(Tripura )
220 JOSE K. MANI Kerala Congress (M) Kottayam(Kerala )
221 JUAL @ JUEL ORAM Bharatiya Janata Party Sundargarh(Odisha )
222 JUGAL KISHORE Bharatiya Janata Party Jammu(Jammu and Kashmir )
223 JYOTI DHURVE Bharatiya Janata Party Betul(Madhya Pradesh )
224 JYOTIRADITYA M SCINDIA Indian National Congress Guna(Madhya Pradesh )
225 K C VENUGOPAL Indian National Congress Alappuzha(Kerala )
226 K.H.MUNIYAPPA Indian National Congress Kolar(Karnataka )
227 KACHHADIYA NARANBHAI BHIKHABHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Amreli(Gujarat )
228 KADIYAM SRIHARI Telangana Rashtra Samithi Warangal(Andhra Pradesh )
229 KALIKESH NARAYAN SINGH DEO Biju Janata Dal Bolangir(Odisha )
230 KALRAJ MISHRA Bharatiya Janata Party Deoria(Uttar Pradesh )
231 KALVAKUNTLA CHANDRASEKHAR RAO Telangana Rashtra Samithi Medak(Andhra Pradesh )
232 KALVAKUNTLA KAVITHA Telangana Rashtra Samithi Nizamabad(Andhra Pradesh )
233 KALYAN BANERJEE All India Trinamool Congress Serampore(West Bengal )
234 KAMAKHYA PRASAD TASA Bharatiya Janata Party Jorhat(Assam )
235 KAMAL NATH Indian National Congress Chhindwara(Madhya Pradesh )
236 KAMALBHAN SINGH MARABI Bharatiya Janata Party Surguja(Chhattisgarh )
237 KAMARAJ. K All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Kallakurichi(Tamil Nadu )
238 KAMBHAMPATI HARI BABU Bharatiya Janata Party Visakhapatnam(Andhra Pradesh )
239 KAMLA PATLE Bharatiya Janata Party Janjgir-Champa (Chhattisgarh )
240 KAMLESH PASWAN Bharatiya Janata Party Bansgaon(Uttar Pradesh )
241 KANWAR SINGH TANWAR Bharatiya Janata Party Amroha(Uttar Pradesh )
242 KAPIL KRISHNA THAKUR All India Trinamool Congress Bangaon(West Bengal )
243 KAPIL MORESHWAR PATIL Bharatiya Janata Party Bhiwandi(Maharashtra )
244 KARADI SANGANNA AMARAPPA Bharatiya Janata Party Koppal(Karnataka )
245 KARIA MUNDA Bharatiya Janata Party Khunti(Jharkhand )
246 KAUSHAL KISHORE Bharatiya Janata Party Mohanlalganj(Uttar Pradesh )
247 KAUSHLENDRA KUMAR Janata Dal (United) Nalanda(Bihar )
248 KESHAV PRASAD MAURYA Bharatiya Janata Party Phulpur(Uttar Pradesh )
249 KESINENI SRINIVAS Telugu Desam Party Vijayawada(Andhra Pradesh )
250 KHADASE RAKSHA NIKHIL Bharatiya Janata Party Raver(Maharashtra )
251 KHAN SAUMITRA All India Trinamool Congress Bishnupur(West Bengal )
252 KHER KIRRON ANUPAM Bharatiya Janata Party Chandigarh(Chandigarh )
253 KIREN RIJIJU Bharatiya Janata Party Arunachal West(Arunachal Pradesh )
254 KIRIT SOMAIYA Bharatiya Janata Party Mumbai-North-East(Maharashtra )
255 KIRTI AZAD Bharatiya Janata Party Darbhanga(Bihar )
256 KIRTI VARDHAN SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Gonda(Uttar Pradesh )
257 KODIKUNNIL SURESH Indian National Congress Mavelikkara(Kerala )
258 KONAKALLA NARAYANA RAO Telugu Desam Party Machilipatnam(Andhra Pradesh )
259 KONDA VISHWESHWAR REDDY Telangana Rashtra Samithi Chelvella(Andhra Pradesh )
260 KOTHAPALLI GEETHA Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Araku(Andhra Pradesh )
261 KRISHAN PAL Bharatiya Janata Party Faridabad(Haryana )
262 KRISHNA PRATAP 'K.P.' Bharatiya Janata Party Jaunpur(Uttar Pradesh )
263 KRISHNA RAJ Bharatiya Janata Party Shahjahanpur(Uttar Pradesh )
264 KRISTAPPA NIMMALA Telugu Desam Party Hindupur(Andhra Pradesh )
265 KRUPAL BALAJI TUMANE Shiv Sena Ramtek(Maharashtra )
266 KULAMANI SAMAL Biju Janata Dal Jagatsinghpur(Odisha )
267 KUMAR.P All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tiruchirappalli(Tamil Nadu )
268 KUNDARIYA MOHANBHAI KALYANJIBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Rajkot(Gujarat )
269 KUNWAR BHARTENDRA Bharatiya Janata Party Bijnor(Uttar Pradesh )
270 KUNWAR PUSHPENDRA SINGH CHANDEL Bharatiya Janata Party Hamirpur(Uttar Pradesh )
271 KUNWER SARVESH KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Moradabad(Uttar Pradesh )
272 KUWAR HARIVANSH SINGH Apna Dal Pratapgarh(Uttar Pradesh )
273 L.K.ADVANI Bharatiya Janata Party Gandhinagar(Gujarat )
274 LADU KISHORE SWAIN Biju Janata Dal Aska(Odisha )
275 LAKHAN LAL SAHU Bharatiya Janata Party Bilaspur(Chhattisgarh )
276 LALLU SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Faizabad(Uttar Pradesh )
277 LAXMAN GILUWA Bharatiya Janata Party Singhbhum(Jharkhand )
278 LAXMI NARAYAN YADAV Bharatiya Janata Party Sagar(Madhya Pradesh )
279 LILADHARBHAI KHODAJI VAGHELA Bharatiya Janata Party Patan(Gujarat )
280 LOKHANDE SADASHIV KISAN Shiv Sena Shirdi(Maharashtra )
281 M .K RAGHAVAN Indian National Congress Kozhikode(Kerala )
282 M B RAJESH Communist Party of India (Marxist) Palakkad(Kerala )
283 M I SHANAVAS Indian National Congress Wayanad(Kerala )
284 M VEERAPPA MOILY Indian National Congress Chikkballapur(Karnataka )
285 MAGANTI VENKATESWARA RAO (BABU) Telugu Desam Party Eluru(Andhra Pradesh )
286 MAHEISH GIRRI Bharatiya Janata Party East Delhi(Delhi )
287 MAHENDRAN.C All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Pollachi(Tamil Nadu )
288 MAJ GEN (RETD.) BHUWAN CHANDRA KHANDURI (AVSM) Bharatiya Janata Party Garhwal(Uttarakhand )
289 ALA RAJYA LAXMI SHAH Bharatiya Janata Party Tehri Garhwal(Uttarakhand )
290 MALLIKARJUN KHARGE Indian National Congress Gulbarga(Karnataka )
291 MALYADRI SRIRAM Telugu Desam Party Bapatla(Andhra Pradesh )
292 MANEKA SANJAY GANDHI Bharatiya Janata Party Pilibhit(Uttar Pradesh )
293 MANOHAR UNTWAL Bharatiya Janata Party Dewas(Madhya Pradesh )
294 MANOJ RAJORIA Bharatiya Janata Party Karauli-Dholpur(Rajasthan )
295 MANOJ SINHA Bharatiya Janata Party Ghazipur(Uttar Pradesh )
296 MANOJ TIWARI Bharatiya Janata Party North East Delhi(Delhi )
297 MANSHANKAR NINAMA Bharatiya Janata Party Banswara(Rajasthan )
298 >MARAGATHAM K All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Kancheepuram(Tamil Nadu )
299 MARUTHARAJAA, R.P. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Perambalur(Tamil Nadu )
300 MAUSAM NOOR Indian National Congress Maldaha Uttar(West Bengal )
301 MD. SALIM Communist Party of India (Marxist) Raiganj(West Bengal )
302 MEENAKASHI LEKHI Bharatiya Janata Party New Delhi(Delhi )
303 MEHBOOBA MUFTI Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party Anantnag(Jammu and Kashmir )
304 MEKAPATI RAJAMOHAN REDDY Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Nellore(Andhra Pradesh )
305 MOHAMMAD ASRARUL HAQUE Indian National Congress Kishanganj(Bihar )
306 MOHAMMED FAIZAL P.P. Nationalist Congress Party Lakshadweep(Lakshadweep )
307 MOHITE PATIL VIJAYSINH SHANKARRAO Nationalist Congress Party Madha(Maharashtra )
308 MUDDAHANUMEGOWDA.S.P. Indian National Congress Tumkur(Karnataka )
309 MUKESH RAJPUT Bharatiya Janata Party Farrukhabad(Uttar Pradesh )
310 MULAYAM SINGH YADAV Samajwadi Party Azamgarh(Uttar Pradesh )
311 MULAYAM SINGH YADAV Samajwadi Party Mainpuri(Uttar Pradesh )
312 MULLAPPALLY RAMACHANDRAN Indian National Congress Vadakara(Kerala )
313 MUNDE GOPINATHRAO PANDURANG Bharatiya Janata Party Beed(Maharashtra )
314 MURALI MOHAN MAGANTI Telugu Desam Party Rajahmundry(Andhra Pradesh )
315 MUTTAMSETTI SRINIVASA RAO (AVANTHI) Telugu Desam Party Anakapalli(Andhra Pradesh )
316 MUZAFFAR HUSSAIN BAIG Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party Baramulla(Jammu and Kashmir )
317 N.K.PREMACHANDRAN Revolutionary Socialist Party Kollam(Kerala )
318 NABA KUMAR SARANIA (HIRA) Independent Kokrajhar(Assam )
319 NAGARAJAN, P. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Coimbatore(Tamil Nadu )
320 NAGENDRA KUMAR PRADHAN Biju Janata Dal Sambalpur(Odisha )
321 NAGENDRA SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Khajuraho(Madhya Pradesh )
322 NALIN KUMAR KATEEL Bharatiya Janata Party Dakshina Kannada(Karnataka )
323 NANABHAU FALGUNRAO PATOLE Bharatiya Janata Party Bhandara-Gondiya(Maharashtra )
324 NANDKUMAR SINGH CHOUHAN (NANDU BHAIYA) Bharatiya Janata Party Khandwa(Madhya Pradesh )
325 NARAMALLI SIVAPRASAD Telugu Desam Party Chittoor(Andhra Pradesh )
326 NARENDRA MODI Bharatiya Janata Party Varanasi(Uttar Pradesh )
327 NARENDRA MODI Bharatiya Janata Party Vadodara(Gujarat )
328 NARENDRA SINGH TOMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Gwalior(Madhya Pradesh )
329 NEELAM SONKAR Bharatiya Janata Party Lalganj(Uttar Pradesh )
330 NEIPHIU RIO Nagaland Peoples Front Nagaland(Nagaland )
331 NIHALCHAND Bharatiya Janata Party Ganganagar(Rajasthan )
332 NINONG ERING Indian National Congress Arunachal East(Arunachal Pradesh )
333 NIRANJAN JYOTI Bharatiya Janata Party Fatehpur(Uttar Pradesh )
334 NISHIKANT DUBEY Bharatiya Janata Party Godda(Jharkhand )
335 NITYANAND RAI Bharatiya Janata Party Ujiarpur(Bihar )
336 OM BIRLA Bharatiya Janata Party Kota(Rajasthan )
337 OM PRAKASH YADAV Bharatiya Janata Party Siwan(Bihar )
338 P K SREEMATHI TEACHER Communist Party of India (Marxist) Kannur(Kerala )
339 P KARUNAKARAN Communist Party of India (Marxist) Kasaragod(Kerala )
340 P P CHOUDHARY Bharatiya Janata Party Pali(Rajasthan )
341 P.C. MOHAN Bharatiya Janata Party Bangalore Central(Karnataka )
342 P.K.BIJU Communist Party of India (Marxist) Alathur(Kerala )
343 P.V.MIDHUN REDDY Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Rajampet(Andhra Pradesh )
344 PANKAJ Bharatiya Janata Party Maharajganj(Uttar Pradesh )
345 PANNERSELVAM.V All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Salem(Tamil Nadu )
346 PARASURAMAN.K All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Thanjavur(Tamil Nadu )
347 PARESH RAWAL Bharatiya Janata Party Ahmedabad East(Gujarat )
348 PARTHIPAN, R. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Theni(Tamil Nadu )
349 PARVESH SAHIB SINGH VERMA Bharatiya Janata Party West Delhi(Delhi )
350 PASHUPATI NATH SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Dhanbad(Jharkhand )
351 PATEL JAYSHREEBEN KANUBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Mahesana(Gujarat )
352 PATEL LALUBHAI BABUBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Daman and Diu(Daman and Diu )
353 PATEL NATUBHAI GOMANBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Dadra and Nagar Haveli(Dadra and Nagar Haveli )
354 INAKI MISRA Biju Janata Dal Puri(Odisha )
355 PONGULETI SRINIVASA REDDY Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Khammam(Andhra Pradesh )
356 POONAM MAHAJAN ALIAS POONAM VAJENDLA RAO Bharatiya Janata Party Mumbai-North-Central(Maharashtra )
357 POONAMBEN HEMATBHAI MAADAM Bharatiya Janata Party Jamnagar(Gujarat )
358 PRABAKARAN.K.R.P All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tirunelveli(Tamil Nadu )
359 PRABHAS KUMAR SINGH Biju Janata Dal Bargarh(Odisha )
360 PRAHALAD SINGH PATEL Bharatiya Janata Party Damoh(Madhya Pradesh )
361 PRAKASH BABANNA HUKKERI Indian National Congress Chikkodi(Karnataka )
362 PRALHAD JOSHI Bharatiya Janata Party Dharwad(Karnataka )
363 PRASANNA KUMAR PATASANI Biju Janata Dal Bhubaneswar(Odisha )
364 PRASUN BANERJEE All India Trinamool Congress Howrah(West Bengal )
365 PRATHAP SIMHA Bharatiya Janata Party Mysore(Karnataka )
366 PRATIMA MONDAL All India Trinamool Congress Jaynagar(West Bengal )
367 PREM DAS RAI Sikkim Democratic Front Sikkim(Sikkim )
368 PREM SINGH CHANDUMAJRA Shiromani Akali Dal Anandpur Sahib(Punjab )
369 PRIYANKA SINGH RAWAT Bharatiya Janata Party Barabanki(Uttar Pradesh )
370 PROF. AZMEERA SEETARAM NAIK Telangana Rashtra Samithi Mahabubabad(Andhra Pradesh )
371 PROF. CHINTAMANI MALVIYA Bharatiya Janata Party Ujjain(Madhya Pradesh )
372 PROF. K.V. THOMAS Indian National Congress Ernakulam(Kerala )
373 PROF. SADHU SINGH Aam Aadmi Party Faridkot(Punjab )
374 PURNO AGITOK SANGMA National Peoples Party Tura(Meghalaya )
375 R. DHRUVANARAYANA Indian National Congress Chamrajanagar(Karnataka )
376 R. RADHAKRISHNAN All India N.R. Congress Puducherry(Puducherry )
377 R.GOPALAKRISHNAN All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Madurai(Tamil Nadu )
378 RABINDRA KUMAR JENA Biju Janata Dal Balasore(Odisha )
379 RADADIYA VITHALBHAI HANSRAJBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Porbandar(Gujarat )
380 RADHA MOHAN SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Purvi Champaran (Bihar )
381 RADHAKRISHNAN P. Bharatiya Janata Party Kanniyakumari(Tamil Nadu )
382 RADHAKRISHNAN T All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Virudhunagar(Tamil Nadu )
383 RADHESHYAM BISWAS All India United Democratic Front Karimganj(Assam )
384 RAGHAV LAKHANPAL Bharatiya Janata Party Saharanpur(Uttar Pradesh )
385 RAHUL GANDHI Indian National Congress Amethi(Uttar Pradesh )
386 RAHUL KASWAN Bharatiya Janata Party Churu(Rajasthan )
387 RAHUL RAMESH SHEWALE Shiv Sena Mumbai-South-Central(Maharashtra )
388 RAJ KUMAR SAINI Bharatiya Janata Party Kurukshetra(Haryana )
389 RAJ KUMAR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Arrah(Bihar )
390 RAJ NATH SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Lucknow(Uttar Pradesh )
391 RAJEEV SHANKARRAO SATAV Indian National Congress Hingoli(Maharashtra )
392 RAJEN GOHAIN Bharatiya Janata Party Nawgong(Assam )
393 RAJENDRA AGARWAL Bharatiya Janata Party Meerut(Uttar Pradesh )
394 RAJENDRAN S All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Viluppuram(Tamil Nadu )
395 RAJESH KUMAR DIWAKER Bharatiya Janata Party Hathras(Uttar Pradesh )
396 RAJESH PANDEY URF GUDDU Bharatiya Janata Party Kushi Nagar(Uttar Pradesh )
397 RAJESH RANJAN @ PAPPU YADAV Rashtriya Janata Dal Madhepura(Bihar )
398 RAJESH VERMA Bharatiya Janata Party Sitapur(Uttar Pradesh )
399 RAJIV PRATAP RUDY Bharatiya Janata Party Saran(Bihar )
400 RAJU SHETTY Swabhimani Paksha Hatkanangle(Maharashtra )
401 RAJVEER SINGH (RAJU BHAIYA) Bharatiya Janata Party Etah(Uttar Pradesh )
402 RAJYAVARDHAN SINGH RATHORE Bharatiya Janata Party Jaipur Rural(Rajasthan )
403 RAKESH SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Jabalpur(Madhya Pradesh )
404 RAM CHANDRA PASWAN Lok Jan Shakti Party Samastipur(Bihar )
405 RAM CHARITRA NISHAD Bharatiya Janata Party Machhlishahr(Uttar Pradesh )
406 RAM KRIPAL YADAV Bharatiya Janata Party Pataliputra(Bihar )
407 RAM KUMAR SHARMA Rashtriya Lok Samta Party Sitamarhi(Bihar )
408 RAM PRASAD SARMAH Bharatiya Janata Party Tezpur(Assam )
409 RAM SWAROOP SHARMA Bharatiya Janata Party Mandi(Himachal Pradesh )
410 RAM TAHAL CHOUDHARY Bharatiya Janata Party Ranchi(Jharkhand )
411 RAMA CHANDRA HANSDAH Biju Janata Dal Mayurbhanj(Odisha )
412 RAMA DEVI Bharatiya Janata Party Sheohar(Bihar )
413 RAMA KISHORE SINGH Lok Jan Shakti Party Vaishali(Bihar )
414 RAMACHANDRAN, K.N. THIRU All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Sriperumbudur(Tamil Nadu )
415 RAMCHARAN BOHARA Bharatiya Janata Party Jaipur(Rajasthan )
416 RAMDAS CHANDRABHANJI TADAS Bharatiya Janata Party Wardha(Maharashtra )
417 RAMEN DEKA Bharatiya Janata Party Mangaldoi(Assam )
418 RAMESH BAIS Bharatiya Janata Party Raipur(Chhattisgarh )
419 RAMESH BIDHURI Bharatiya Janata Party South Delhi(Delhi )
420 RAMESH CHANDER Bharatiya Janata Party Sonipat(Haryana )
421 RAMESH JIGAJINAGI Bharatiya Janata Party Bijapur(Karnataka )
422 RAMESH POKHRIYAL NISHANK Bharatiya Janata Party Hardwar(Uttarakhand )
423 RAMESWAR TELI Bharatiya Janata Party Dibrugarh(Assam )
424 RAMMOHAN NAIDU KINJARAPU Telugu Desam Party Srikakulam(Andhra Pradesh )
425 RAMSINH RATHWA Bharatiya Janata Party Chhota Udaipur(Gujarat )
426 RAMVILAS PASWAN Lok Jan Shakti Party Hajipur(Bihar )
427 RANJEET RANJAN Indian National Congress Supaul(Bihar )
428 RANJIT SINGH BRAHMPURA Shiromani Akali Dal Khadoor Sahib(Punjab )
429 RATHOD DIPSINH SHANKARSINH Bharatiya Janata Party Sabarkantha(Gujarat )
430 RATTAN LAL KATARIA Bharatiya Janata Party Ambala(Haryana )
431 RAVINDRA KR. RAY Bharatiya Janata Party Kodarma(Jharkhand )
432 RAVINDRA KUMAR PANDEY Bharatiya Janata Party Giridih(Jharkhand )
433 RAVINDRA KUSHAWAHA Bharatiya Janata Party Salempur(Uttar Pradesh )
434 RAVNEET SINGH BITTU Indian National Congress Ludhiana(Punjab )
435 REKHA Bharatiya Janata Party Dhaurahra(Uttar Pradesh )
436 RENUKA SINHA All India Trinamool Congress Coochbehar(West Bengal )
437 RITA TARAI Biju Janata Dal Jajpur(Odisha )
438 RITI PATHAK Bharatiya Janata Party Sidhi(Madhya Pradesh )
439 RODMAL NAGAR Bharatiya Janata Party Rajgarh(Madhya Pradesh )
440 S.P.Y REDDY Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Nandyal(Andhra Pradesh )
441 S.R. VIJAYAKUMAR All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Chennai Central(Tamil Nadu )
442 S.S.AHLUWALIA Bharatiya Janata Party Darjeeling(West Bengal )
443 SADHVI SAVITRI BAI FOOLE Bharatiya Janata Party Bahraich(Uttar Pradesh )
444 SAKUNTALA LAGURI Biju Janata Dal Keonjhar(Odisha )
445 SAMBASIVA RAO RAYAPATI Telugu Desam Party Narasaraopet(Andhra Pradesh )
446 SANDHYA ROY All India Trinamool Congress Medinipur(West Bengal )
447 SANJAYKAKA PATIL Bharatiya Janata Party Sangli(Maharashtra )
448 SANKAR PRASAD DATTA Communist Party of India (Marxist) Tripura West(Tripura )
449 SANTOKH SINGH CHAUDHARY Indian National Congress Jalandhar(Punjab )
450 SANTOSH AHLAWAT Bharatiya Janata Party Jhunjhunu(Rajasthan )
451 SANTOSH KUMAR Janata Dal (United) Purnia(Bihar )
452 SANTOSH KUMAR GANGWAR Bharatiya Janata Party Bareilly(Uttar Pradesh )
453 SANWAR LAL JAT Bharatiya Janata Party Ajmer(Rajasthan )
454 SARBANANDA SONOWAL Bharatiya Janata Party Lakhimpur(Assam )
455 SATABDI ROY All India Trinamool Congress Birbhum(West Bengal )
456 SATISH CHANDRA DUBEY Bharatiya Janata Party Valmiki Nagar(Bihar )
457 SATISH KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Aligarh(Uttar Pradesh )
458 SATYAPAL SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Sambhal(Uttar Pradesh )
459 SAUGATA ROY All India Trinamool Congress Dum Dum(West Bengal )
460 SAVITRI THAKUR Bharatiya Janata Party Dhar(Madhya Pradesh )
461 SELVAKUMARA CHINNAYAN S All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Erode(Tamil Nadu )
462 SENGUTTUVAN, B. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Vellore(Tamil Nadu )
463 SENTHILNATHAN PR All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Sivaganga(Tamil Nadu )
464 SHAILESH KUMAR URPH BULO MANDAL Rashtriya Janata Dal Bhagalpur(Bihar )
465 SHANTA KUMAR Bharatiya Janata Party Kangra(Himachal Pradesh )
466 SHARAD BANSODE Bharatiya Janata Party Solapur(Maharashtra )
467 SHARAD TRIPATHI Bharatiya Janata Party Sant Kabir Nagar(Uttar Pradesh )
468 SHATRUGHANA SINHA Bharatiya Janata Party Patna Sahib(Bihar )
469 SHER SINGH GHUBAYA Shiromani Akali Dal Ferozpur(Punjab )
470 SHIBU SOREN Jharkhand Mukti Morcha Dumka(Jharkhand )
471 SHOBHA KARANDLAJE Bharatiya Janata Party Udupi Chikmagalur(Karnataka )
472 SHRIMANT CHH. UDAYANRAJE PRATAPSINHA BHONSALE Nationalist Congress Party Satara(Maharashtra )
473 SHRIPAD YESSO NAIK Bharatiya Janata Party North Goa(Goa )
474 SHYAMA CHARAN GUPTA Bharatiya Janata Party Allahabad(Uttar Pradesh )
475 SIDHANT MOHAPATRA Biju Janata Dal Berhampur(Odisha )
476 SIRAJ UDDIN AJMAL All India United Democratic Front Barpeta(Assam )
477 SONIA GANDHI Indian National Congress Rae Bareli(Uttar Pradesh )
478 SREEMATI DEV VARMA (MOON MOON SEN) All India Trinamool Congress Bankura(West Bengal )
479 SUBHASH BAHERIA Bharatiya Janata Party Bhilwara(Rajasthan )
480 SUBHASH PATEL Bharatiya Janata Party Khargone(Madhya Pradesh )
481 SUBRATA BAKSHI All India Trinamool Congress Kolkata Dakshin(West Bengal )
482 SUDARSHAN BHAGAT Bharatiya Janata Party Lohardaga(Jharkhand )
483 SUDHIR GUPTA Bharatiya Janata Party Mandsour(Madhya Pradesh )
484 SUDIP BANDYOPADHYAY All India Trinamool Congress Kolkata Uttar(West Bengal )
485 SUGATA BOSE All India Trinamool Congress Jadavpur(West Bengal )
486 SUKHBIR SINGH JAUNAPURIA Bharatiya Janata Party Tonk-Sawai Madhopur(Rajasthan )
487 SULTAN AHMED All India Trinamool Congress Uluberia(West Bengal )
488 SUMEDHANAND SARASWATI Bharatiya Janata Party Sikar(Rajasthan )
489 SUMITRA MAHAJAN (TAI) Bharatiya Janata Party Indore(Madhya Pradesh )
490 SUNDARAM P.R All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Namakkal(Tamil Nadu )
491 SUNIL KUMAR MONDAL All India Trinamool Congress Bardhaman Purba(West Bengal )
492 SUNIL KUMAR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Chatra(Jharkhand )
493 SUPRIYA SULE Nationalist Congress Party Baramati(Maharashtra )
494 SUSHIL KUMAR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Aurangabad(Bihar )
495 SUSHMA SWARAJ Bharatiya Janata Party Vidisha(Madhya Pradesh )
496 SUSHMITA DEV Indian National Congress Silchar(Assam )
497 SWAMI SACHCHIDANAND HARI SAKSHI Bharatiya Janata Party Unnao(Uttar Pradesh )
498 TAMRADHWAJ SAHU Indian National Congress Durg(Chhattisgarh )
499 TAPAS MANDAL All India Trinamool Congress Ranaghat(West Bengal )
500 TAPAS PAUL All India Trinamool Congress Krishnanagar(West Bengal )
501 TARIQ ANWAR Nationalist Congress Party Katihar(Bihar )
502 TARIQ HAMEED KARRA Jammu and Kashmir Peoples Democratic Party Srinagar(Jammu and Kashmir )
503 TASLEEM UDDIN Rashtriya Janata Dal Araria(Bihar )
504 TATHAGATA SATPATHY Biju Janata Dal Dhenkanal(Odisha )
505 THAMBIDURAI,M. All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Karur(Tamil Nadu )
506 THANGSO BAITE Indian National Congress Outer Manipur(Manipur )
507 THOTA NARASIMHAM Telugu Desam Party Kakinada(Andhra Pradesh )
508 THUPSTAN CHHEWANG Bharatiya Janata Party Ladakh(Jammu and Kashmir )
509 UDASI SHIVAKUMAR CHANNABASAPPA Bharatiya Janata Party Haveri(Karnataka )
510 UDAY PRATAP SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Hoshangabad(Madhya Pradesh )
511 UDHAYA KUMAR .M All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Dindigul(Tamil Nadu )
512 UDIT RAJ Bharatiya Janata Party North West Delhi(Delhi )
513 UMA BHARATI Bharatiya Janata Party Jhansi(Uttar Pradesh )
514 UMA SAREN All India Trinamool Congress Jhargram(West Bengal )
515 UPENDRA KUSHWAHA Rashtriya Lok Samta Party Karakat(Bihar )
516 V.ELUMALAI All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Arani(Tamil Nadu )
517 V.SATHYABAMA All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tiruppur(Tamil Nadu )
518 VANAROJA R All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tiruvannamalai(Tamil Nadu )
519 ARAPRASAD RAO VELAGAPALLI Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Tirupati(Andhra Pradesh )
520 VASANTHI.M All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tenkasi(Tamil Nadu )
521 VASAVA MANSUKHBHAI DHANJIBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Bharuch(Gujarat )
522 VASAVA PARBHUBHAI NAGARBHAI Bharatiya Janata Party Bardoli(Gujarat )
523 VEENA DEVI Lok Jan Shakti Party Munger(Bihar )
524 VENKATESH BABU .T.G All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Chennai North(Tamil Nadu )
525 VENUGOPAL.P. DR All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam Tiruvallur(Tamil Nadu )
526 VICHARE RAJAN BABURAO Shiv Sena Thane(Maharashtra )
527 VIJAY KUMAR HANSDAK Jharkhand Mukti Morcha Rajmahal(Jharkhand )
528 VIJAY KUMAR SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Ghaziabad(Uttar Pradesh )
529 VIJAY SAMPLA Bharatiya Janata Party Hoshiarpur(Punjab )
530 VIKRAM DEV USENDI Bharatiya Janata Party Kanker(Chhattisgarh )
531 VINAYAK BHAURAO RAUT Shiv Sena Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg(Maharashtra )
532 VINCENT H. PALA Indian National Congress Shillong(Meghalaya )
533 VINOD KHANNA Bharatiya Janata Party Gurdaspur(Punjab )
534 VINOD KUMAR BOINAPALLY Telangana Rashtra Samithi Karimnagar(Andhra Pradesh )
535 VINOD KUMAR SONKAR Bharatiya Janata Party Kaushambi (Uttar Pradesh )
536 VIRENDER KASHYAP Bharatiya Janata Party Shimla(Himachal Pradesh )
537 VIRENDRA SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Bhadohi (Uttar Pradesh )
538 VISHNU DAYAL RAM Bharatiya Janata Party Palamu(Jharkhand )
539 VISHNU DEO SAI Bharatiya Janata Party Raigarh(Chhattisgarh )
540 Y.S. AVINASH REDDY Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Kadapa(Andhra Pradesh )
541 Y.V.SUBBA REDDY Yuvajana Sramika Rythu Congress Party Ongole(Andhra Pradesh )
542 YASHWANT SINGH Bharatiya Janata Party Nagina(Uttar Pradesh )
543 YELLAIAH NANDI Indian National Congress Nagarkurnool(Andhra Pradesh )

CWC meeting begins to review party's worst ever electoral performance

New Delhi: The Congress Working Committee began on Monday to review party's worst ever electoral performance in the Lok Sabha polls as the party just won 44 seats in the 543-member House. The meeting is being held at the party headquarters.
Sources said that the Congress Working Committee may resign en masse over the humiliating defeat the party suffered. Sources added that the CWC members will endorse their president Sonia Gandhi's line of taking collective responsibility in a bid to shield their Vice President Rahul Gandhi who led the party campaign for the elections.
The party has also refuted reports that only Sonia and Rahul will quit over the debacle. "The question of Sonia and Rahul resigning does not even arise. It's a collective responsibility. I am equally responsible," party leader Manish Tewari said.
Renuka Chowdhury seconded him. She said, "There is no question of us evaluating Rahul Gandhi. We have to hit the ground as we have Assembly elections coming in six months. We have to get our act together and have to deliver."
The Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), however, has trained its guns on Sonia and Rahul. "The Congress has lost all its credibility. That is why Sonia and Rahul are shirking responsibility," party leader Giriraj Singh said.
The lone Congress leader to pin the blame for the electoral defeat on Rahul Gandhi was former Law Minister Ashwani Kumar. He told CNN-IBN that the party's "campaign managers" made mistakes. He also said that it was high time Sonia led the party.




Congress advises party leaders not to lose nerves in defeat

With several Congress leaders in Uttarakhand attacking each other in public following the party's rout in Lok Sabha polls, state unit of the party on Monday asked them not to lose their nerves in defeat and practise restraint.
"We should not lose our nerves in defeat. We should accept the mandate of the people with dignity and abstain from issuing statements against each other," PCC disciplinary committee chief and spokesman Dhirendra Pratap said.
Pratap's appeal comes in the wake of Cabinet Minister Harak Singh Rawat telling a local news channel recently that Satpal Maharaj's wife Amrita Rawat who is his ministerial colleague, did not campaign for him whole-heartedly in Pauri-Garhwal Lok Sabha constituency, where he lost to BJP heavyweight and former chief minister Bhuvan Chandra Khanduri with a comprehensive margin.
"We should not lose our cool in the face of defeat. There is the party platform to discuss and sort out every issue. Issuing irresponsible statements against each other in public must be avoided," Pratap said.
Amrita's husband Maharaj who was the sitting Congress MP from Pauri-Garhwal had defected to the BJP in March this year dealing a blow to his former party ahead of the Lok Sabha polls. The PCC spokesman also criticised the BJP for demanding chief minister Harish Rawat's resignation owning moral responsibility for the party's dismal poll showing in the hill state where it lost all the five Lok Sabha seats.
"It is not at all fair to demand the CM's resignation. He has done a wonderful job despite being in power for just a few months. Moreover, his chief ministership is not due to BJP's mercy," he said advising the party not to let its success get to its head.




About 60 lakh voters chose NOTA in Lok Sabha 2014 elections

Close to 60 lakh voters opted for the None of The Above (NOTA) option across the country while exercising their franchise in the 16th Lok Sabha polls with the maximum percentage of the electorate going for this choice in Puducherry.
As per data updated till 11:20 P.M., the NOTA vote share stood at 1.1% of the total votes polled, which boils down to a total of 59,78,208 votes.

A total of 3% of voters in Puducherry, or 22,268 votes, opted for the NOTA. This was followed by Meghalya with 2.8% (30,145), Gujarat 1.8% (4,54,880) Chhattisgarh 1.8% (2,24,889), Dadra and Nagar Haveli 1.8% (2,962). The other states included: Odisha- 1.6% (3,28,060), Bihar- 1.6% (5,76,348), Mizoram- 1.5% (6,495), Jharkhand- 1.5% (1,90,241), Daman and Diu- 1.5% (1,316), Madhya Pradesh- 1.3% (3,91,837), Sikkim 1.4-% (4,259), Tamil Nadu- 1.4% (5,74,712).

Also, Tripura- 1.2% (23,783), Kerala- 1.2% (2,10,561), Goa- 1.2% (10,103), Rajasthan- 1.2% (3,27,902), Uttarakhand- 1.1% (48,043), West Bengal- 1.1% (5,68,276), Arunachal Pradesh 1.1% (6,216).
Assam- 1.0% (1,47,057), Maharashtra- 0.9% (4,32,181), Himachal Pradesh- 0.9% (29,156) and Delhi- 0.5% (39,690), among other states.




Lok Sabha Polls 2014: Stop reading too much, high polling shows nothing

NEW DELHI: With voting over in 438 seats in seven phases of the nine-phase Lok Sabha polls 2014, the balloting percentage has not shown a distinct pattern. In some states' percentages have shown a trend similar to earlier patterns, while ups and downs in others have led to speculation on the nature of the mandate being handed out. Does higher voting percentage indicate an anti-incumbency sentiment as is the conventional wisdom or does it mean that voters are more aware and the process of voting has become less cumbersome than it used to be? There is no evidence to back any supposition related to high or low percentage of voting, said psephologist Sanjay Kumar at the Centre for the Study of Developing Societies (CSDS). "There is more noise than substance on the rise in voting percentages. For 2014, we expect polling to stabilise at 65% on an average, which is admittedly 8% higher than before, but states which normally show high turnouts likes Tamil Nadu and West Bengal have peaked and stabilised while, other states are showing results of initiatives to facilitate voting," he said. A study carried over 20 years by CSDS demonstrates this (see box). "In the period between 1998-2008, we studied polling patterns in 110 elections held in that period. In cases where incumbent governments were voted out, which is 66 elections out of these 110, the turnout was up in 28 cases, it declined in 18 cases and was the same in 20. Similarly, in cases where the government remained unchanged, which was in 44 cases out of 110, turnouts increased in 14 cases, decreased in 13 and remained unchanged in 17. What can you infer from that?" Kumar said. Dr Neeraja Gopal Jayal from the Centre for Law and Governance, JNU, concurs with this view holding the example of the recently concluded assembly polls in five states in December. During those polls a higher vote percentages in Delhi and Rajasthan, which resulted in the exit of an incumbent government, was matched by equally high percentages in Madhya Pradesh and Chattisgarh which voted back the old governments. The theory that people now do not give out "fractured verdicts" but decisively vote for one or the other does not apply equally everywhere, Javal said. "In UP the trend is certainly of giving a decisive mandate on one hand since 2007, and since there are more than two political forces fighting it out, it can be considered a trend. In states like Rajasthan where there are only two forces, verdict in favour of one or the other is normal. In Delhi in 2013, the AAP factor, a third force in Delhi threw up a fractured mandate, despite high polling," she added. So what can be inferred from polling percentages, if not the prospective verdict? Former chief election commissioner SY Quraishi is quite clear that the Election Commission's efforts at promoting high voter turnouts and interventions were solely repsonsibile for the popularity of voting. "Voter education was launched four years ago, and in 22 Assembly elections since then there have been record turnouts, in 17 states, women voters cast their ballots more than men, and around 35-38 million voters have been added every year," Quraishi said. Distribution of polling slips by the EC and the deployment of paramilitary have been seen as contributory factors, he said. That of course leaves analysts very little head room to speculate on the nature of the verdict being delivered over the last month. May 16th it will have to be.




Lok Sabha Elections: Unknown parties mushrooming in Gujarat during poll season

Armed with out-of-the box manifestos that promise abolition of income tax and unemployment allowance to educated youth, 48 Lok Sabha candidates of 21 lesser known parties have jumped in the poll fray in Gujarat.
Some of these parties include Apna Desh Party (ADP), Yuva Sarkar, National Youth Party (NYP), Adivasi Sena Party (ASP), Bhartiya National Janta Dal (BNJD), Bahujan Mukti Party (BMP), Bahujan Suraksha Dal (BSD), Bahujan Mukti Dal (BMD), Vishwa Hindu Sangathan (VHS), Loktantrik Samajwadi Party (LSP), Hindustan Nirman Dal (HND), Hindustan Janta Party (HJP), among others.
Among these 'lesser known' parties, BMP has shown huge confidence by fielding candidates on 13 Lok Sabha seats, followed by BNJD with 4 seats, VHS(3), ADP(3), HND(3), HJP(3), BSD(2). Other such parties have fielded one candidate each.
Each of these party has a unique, fascinating and 'out-of the box' manifesto to attract voters. For instance, complete abolition of Income Tax is one of the main agenda of BNJD candidates.
"BNJD is a 14-year-old party being run from Gandhinagar by our president VM Gajera. Our party's mission statement includes abolition of Income Tax, abolition of either toll tax or road tax, reduction in VAT, and reduction in electricity bills," party candidate from Mehsana Girish Dabhi said.
NYP also has a unique agenda. "We registered this party in 2008 and fought elections in Rajasthan and Delhi earlier.
Our prime motive is to give power to youngsters. India has 70% youngsters," state party president Prateek Chavelikar said.
"Big parties take all the work from their young party workers, but, hardly give ticket to them. Thus, we have pitted a college student, Piyush Patel, as our candidate against (veteran BJP leader) L K Advani in Gandhinagar," he said.
On a similar tune, Yuva Sarkar party has fielded their sole candidate from Surat.
"The party came into existence 11 months back and fought Assembly elections in Delhi. We want old politicians to retire at the age of 60 and give chance to youth. We also demand that reservation must be based on economic condition, not cast," Yuva Sarkar candidate from Surat, Kirit Vaasni said.
Besides, the South Gujarat-based Adivasi Sena Party (ASP) is determined to bring justice for tribals. Party president and founder Dr Pankaj Patel is also contesting from Valsad-ST seat.
"There is one more candidate fielded from Bardoli-ST seat by the party. I founded this party 8 years back to get justice for tribals, who are ignored by every government. We lost with close margin in previous Assembly election. But this time, I am confident that tribals will vote for us," said Patel, a qualified doctor who belongs to the tribal community.




Lok Sabha elections: Assam records 35% polling till noon

The first of the nine-phase polls off the mainstream combat zone, which covers five of 14 Lok Sabha seats in Assam and one of two in Tripura, saw brisk voting in the two northeastern states in the first few hours on Monday, officials said.
Woman holding her son inside a polling booth in Majuli, Assam In Assam, 35% of the 64,41,634 voters exercised their franchise till noon in five Lok Sabha constituencies of Assam where four persons clashed with CRPF personnel demanding that they be allowed to cast their vote first in Kaliabor constituency.
Voters are expected to exercise their franchise at 8,588 polling stations in Assam.
In Tripura, 41% of the 12,46,794 voters exercised their franchise till noon, amid complaints of malfunctioning of EVMs at some places.
Election office sources said 27% voting was registered in Tezpur, 45% in Jorhat, 32% in Lakhimpur, 38% in Dibrugarh and 30% in Koliabor during the first phase of elections in the state.
Security forces were deployed in adequate number in all the polling stations and no untoward incident was reported from any part of the poll-bound areas.
There were reports of EVMs malfunctioning in Assam's Dibrugarh, Kaliabor, Tezpur and Lakhimpur constituencies. The machines were later replaced and voting continued uninterrupted, the sources said.
Assam chief minister Tarun Gogoi, his wife as well as his son and Koliabor constituency Congress candidate Gaurav Gogoi cast their vote in Jorhat, while union minister and contestants Paban Singh Ghatowar and Ranee Narah also exercised their franchise in Dibrugarh and Lakhimpur constituencies, respectively.
Voters wait in line outside a polling station in Dibrugarh during Lok Sabha elections. (AFP photo) Talking to reporters after casting his vote, the CM asserted that the Congress would sweep the polls in the state winning more than ten seats.
There is "no Modi magic but Tarun Gogoi magic in Assam. Earlier, I had said we will win ten seats but now I am sure the Congress will get more than that", he said.
Former union minister and sitting MP Bijoy Krishna Handique, contesting as Congress nominee from Jorhat, also cast his vote with his family members.
The Congress, BJP, Trinamool Congress, AIUDF, AGP, AAP, SUCI, CPI(M), AIFB and SP are contesting in the five seats during the first phase of elections in the Congress-ruled state.
Among the 51 candidates are union ministers Ranee Narah and Paban Singh Ghatowar, sitting MP Bijoy Krishna Handique, CM Gogoi's son Gourav Gogoi and Bhupen Kumar Bora from the Congress. Congress rebel and Independent candidate Moni Kumar Subba is also in the fray.
For the BJP, its unit president Sorbananda Sonowal and Kamakhya Prasad Tasa are contesting, while AGP's nominees are Arun Kumar Sarma, Pradip Hazarika and Joseph Toppo.
For the first time in the northeast region and the third time in the country after Kashmir and Bihar, all polling booths have been declared smoking free.




Lok Sabha polls 2014: Every 4th contestant in UP is tainted; 'literate' Kerala fields maximum corrupt candidates

New Delhi: According to the survey figures provided by Association for Democratic Reforms, it is revealed that nearly 20 percent candidates contesting in the 3rd phase of Lok Sabha elections are tainted.

These candidates have also mentioned in the affidavit about the criminal cases against them. The survey which was done in 13 states reveals that Kerala has the most number of corrupt candidates in the nomination list.
According to the survey, every 4th candidate contesting from Uttar pradesh is also tainted. The list does not only consists of candidates from Bjp, Congress or SP but also from Aam Aadmi Party.




Lok Sabha polls: BJP fields Smriti Irani against Rahul Gandhi in Amethi

Ending suspense, BJP last night fielded actor-turned-politician Smriti Irani to take on Congress Vice-President Rahul Gandhi in Amethi.
It also nominated Supreme Court lawyer Ajay Aggarwal against Sonia Gandhi in Rae Bareli.
Earlier, there was speculation that the party may field Uma Bharti from Rae Bareli. Sources said Bharti was not keen to leave her Jhansi seat to contest from Rae Bareli and there was no consensus on making her contest from two seats.
The decision on Irani and Aggarwal was taken at a meeting of the party’s Central Election Committee, where top BJP leaders Narendra Modi, L K Advani, Rajnath Singh and Arun Jaitley were present.
The party decided to field Bhairon Prasad Mishra from the Banda Lok Sabha seat in UP.
New Justice Party (NJP) President A C Shanmugam will contest from Vellore Parliamentary constituency in Tamil nadu on BJP’s Lotus symbol, said BJP General Secretary J P Nadda.
The CEC also announced that its state general secretary Karuappa M Muruganantham will contest from the Thanjavur Lok Sabha seat.The party is also in advance talks with TDP for an alliance in Andhra Pradesh, but a decision on the issue would be taken by today, party sources said.
After the party announced her nomination, Irani said, “In the name of the ‘family’, the people of Amethi have been kept away from the fruits of development for too long. I think it is an extreme shame.”She said that a change will brought about in the country under the leadership of Narendra Modi.




Parties in Delhi fail to impress voters from Northeast

The As the campaign for Lok Sabha polls reaches a fever pitch for seven Lok Sabha seats, candidates are having a tough time wooing voters from the Northeast who feel almost all political parties have failed to address their "key" concerns.
People from the eight NE states of Assam, Nagaland, Manipur, Arunachal Pradesh, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Tripura and Sikkim, who have settled in New Delhi for better education and job opportunities, say it is time political parties took concrete steps to address their grievances concerning lack of adequate security and rising instances of racial abuse.
Though Delhi Election Commission said it does not have the figure of voters hailing from the Northeast in Delhi, NGO Manipur Women Gun Survivors Network puts the number at around five lakh.
A senior Delhi BJP leader said though the number of people from Northeast may not be very significant, they may matter in case of "tight fights".
Youngsters from Northeastern states say they have been facing racial abuse in various parts of the national capital and nothing has been done by political parties to ensure they can live in the city just like any other Indian citizen.
"I want my elected representative to make sure that people from the Northeast are treated as Indian citizens and we are not discriminated against because of our accent or features. Also, I would want my representative to bring up the anti- racial discrimination law in Parliament," says D Apao of Manipur.
Apao said political parties in Delhi have not addressed issues of racial discrimination faced by those from Northeast, primarily due to the lack of a robust electorate.
Last month, around 5,500 eligible voters hailing from Northeastern states registered themselves for voter identity cards in a drive jointly launched by the Delhi Election Commission and the North Eastern Council, the nodal agency for economic and social development of the region.
With the theme being 'inclusive voting', the drive was launched with an aim to register voters from sections which are sidelined, including those from the Northeast. "With the theme of inclusive voting, we had a special focus on adding to the voter list people from the Northeast. More than 5,500 girls and boys from Northeast applied in the recent drive to register themselves as voters for the upcoming Lok Sabha elections," Vijay Dev, Delhi's Chief Electoral Officer told PTI.
New voters can collect voter cards by April 4, he said. Asked about grievances of people from Northeast, DPCC Chief Spokesperson Mukesh Sharma said Congress party has been "vocal" in condemning cases of racial discrimination and was doing its best to help the community.
"If we come to power again, an anti-racial discrimination law will be on our agenda," said Sharma. Aam Aadmi Party's Nagendra Sharma said Arvind Kejriwal had expressed solidarity with the cause of Northeast people in Delhi following the death of Nido Tania, who hailed from Arunachal Pradesh.
"We believe Delhi belongs to everyone and there should be no alienation and our party will work towards this issue," Sharma said. Delhi BJP's North East coordinator Manas Deka said they would select some families in every constituency and make them work as links with Northeast people.
"So, in case of emergency or any aberration, NE people can contact these local families. Additionally, we will also press for implementation of an NE security cell in every major police station in Delhi," he said.
J Maivio, Vice President of the Naga Students Union in Delhi, says there was a need for greater interaction between the community and Resident Welfare Associations (RWAs) of various areas in Delhi. Political representatives of Northeast can play a key role in this regard, he added. "We are being discriminated against because people here do not know we belong to the country," says Maivio. He further called for leaders to ensure sensitisation of Delhi police personnel. In the aftermath of Tania's death in February this year, the city had seen a series of protests where students and activists demanded safer spaces for those hailing from NE.
Other issues that came to the fore included several cases of sexual harassment of young girls from the Northeast. Be it public transport, educational institutions or workplaces, Northeast women continue to feel threatened.
"The issue of safety applies to all women in Delhi and that would be a deciding factor. Additionally, for Northeastern women, we need an increase in the number of hostels for us to stay in. This will help make residential areas safer for us," says Sunny Tayeng, general secretary, women's division, Arunachal Students' Union Delhi.
In the aftermath of the Tania case, AICC Vice President Rahul Gandhi and former Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal had joined the protesters and expressed solidarity with their cause.
People from the Northeast now hope that concrete measures will be introduced by the three major political parties -- BJP, Congress and AAP -- to address their concerns.




Press Release on Guna Candidate and 3 Gwalior Office Bearer Issue

The Madhya Pradesh unit of the Aam Aadmi Party has requested the Election Commission to direct the concerned authorities to thoroughly and swiftly investigate the allegations levelled against the party’s Lok Sabha candidate from Guna and three members of the district level committee of Gwalior. It has been brought to the notice of the party that a woman member has filed a police complaint alleging rape between December 2012 and January 2013. The party office bearers who met the district police authorities were informed that the complaint date is more than a year old.
Therefore, in accordance with the law, which states that any complaint which is more than three months old cannot be converted into an FIR without preliminary investigation, the AAP demands that the investigation be completed in 3 days. Since the allegation has been levelled after the candidate filed his nomination, the element of mischief cannot be ruled out and the party wants to get to the root of the issue. Some news reports have alleged that the complainant brought the issue to the notice of the party leadership. AAP categorically denies this. Such an issue was never brought to the notice of either the state or the national leadership.




MADHYA PRADESH,

State of Politics

* Collision between ruling BJP, in power since Dec 2003, and Congress which has two faced two debacles in consecutive assembly polls
* Contest between BJP mascot Shivraj Singh Chouhan (CM since 2005) and Union MoS energy Jyotiraditya Scindia, Cong's state poll team head
* Chouhan took a knock with Congress going all out to pit Sunday's Ratangarh temple stampede that killed over 100 as Chouhan's biggest administrative failure. Questions raised over Chouhan's ambitious 'Mukhya Mantri Teerth Darshan Yojana' that helps the elderly go on pilgrimage at state expense

Election 2013
2008 Results Total Seats 230
Poll date
Seats
Electorate
BJP
Cong
Others
Nov 25
230
4.6cr
143
71
16


* Cong's 22-member poll campaign committee has kept out Digvijay Singh (MP's CM from 1993 to 2003). Old war-horses such as Kamal Nath, former Union minister Kantilal Bhuria and leader of Opposition Ajay Singh (Arjun Singh's son) given lesser heft
* Turf struggle : Digvijay battling to ensure the Scindia-Nath combo doesn't walk away with bulk of tickets. Several rising sons hopeful : Diggy's son 26-yr-old Jaivardhan and Kamal Nath's son Nakul. State Congress chief Kantilal Bhuria wants a ticket for his son Vikrant
* Scindia's name for CM in Rahul camp
* MP Cong leader Laxman Singh, Diggy's brother, gearing up to take on the CM in Sehore's Budhni, help by Chouhan
* In BJP, Modi-Chouhan tussle on. Modi to campaign for five days in MP last leg
* Modi-Chouhan rift went public when Chouhan asked BJP leaders to postpone announcing Modi's PM nomination till after MP polls as it'd make BJP's position difficult in 25 seats with sizeable Muslim population
* Advani supported Chouhan as PM candidate
* After Modi was made BJP's PM candidate, Advani shared stage with him first at a rally in MP. Modi touched a dismissive Advani's feet


Lok Sabha polls: Congress now fields Madhusudan Mistry against Narendra Modi in Vadodara

NEW DELHI/MUMBAI/AHMEDABAD: Congress is fielding senior leader and AICC general secretary Madhusudan Mistry against BJP prime ministerial candidate Narendra Modi from the Vadodara Lok Sabha seat after withdrawing its original candidate Narendra Ravat.
The move to pit a heavyweight candidate who's also a close Rahul Gandhi aide against Modi shows that the ruling party is raising its game to try and counter the BJP's key leader. It's also a sign that it will look for a suitably high-profile candidate to stand in Varanasi, the other Lok Sabha seat that Modi is contesting and in which the Aam Aadmi Party's Arvind Kejriwal will be vying for votes as well.
This strategy could also be aimed at trying to make sure that Modi will need to focus on both constituencies, perhaps to the detriment of his campaign elsewhere in the country, analysts said. Mistry is a Gujarati and wellknown as a vocal critic of Modi.
The AICC has also fielded former Maharashtra chief minister Ashok Chavan from Nanded despite his name figuring in the Adarsh housing scam, which has given rise to criticism. Meanwhile, Youth Congress leader and Lok Sabha member Ranveet Singh Bittu has been shifted to the Ludhiana seat in place of union information and broadcasting minister Manish Tewari, who is said to be unwell. Senior Congress leader Digvijaya Singh has already said he's ready to fight Modi from Varanasi.
Congress leaders have already called upon the SP and BSP to ensure a united fight against Modi from Varanasi but the party is yet to name a candidate for the seat.
AICC named Mistry as its candidate in Vadodara after the party leadership felt Ravat wouldn't be a strong enough opponent to Modi. Incidentally, Ravat had become the Congress candidate from Vadodara after he won a "party primary". "I am happy to fight against Modi and I am confident of a victory," Mistry said soon after his candidature was announced.
Before the AICC announcement, Ravat issued a statement in Vadodara announcing his desire to withdraw."Now that the Narendra Modi has chosen to contest from here, I request the Congress leadership to withdraw me from the contest and nominate an appropriate candidate to contest against Modi," he said.




In Nagpur, pay Rs 10,000 for dinner with Kejriwal

Nagpur: The Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) is organising a fund-raising dinner with its national president Arvind Kejriwal as host at a price of Rs 10,000 per person on March 13 at a luxury hotel in Sadar in Nagpur.
The party is getting response for the event and the number of those likely to attend it could be between 150 and 200, AAP's media coordinator and fund-raising dinner organiser Girish Nandgaonkar and spokesperson Prajakta Atul said. The registrations are going on and Nagpur Lok Sabha candidate Anjali Damania will also be present at the dinner.
"The dinner is basically for our donors and we will put up all names on our AAP Nagpur website," a release from AAP said in Nagpur on Monday. Kejriwal will be arriving in the city on March 13 on a two-day tour of the region.
The former Delhi chief minister will be touring Chandrapur and Bhandara Lok Sabha constituencies and attend the dinner the same night with donors. On March 14, the AAP leader will be joining a road show in the city, party sources said.




BJP clarifies its position on MNS to Shiv Sena after warning

New Delhi: All is well between the BJP and the Shiv Sena, it seems. Just days after BJP leader Nitin Gadkari met Raj Thackeray, the chief of MNS - Shiv Sena's rival - both BJP and Sena scrambled to portray a united front.
"I met Uddhavji at Matoshree. I conveyed to him that the Sena was a natural and trusted ally of the BJP," Maharashtra BJP chief Devendra Fadnavis said.
"There is no issue between the BJP and the Shiv Sena. We had sent a message to the BJP through our editorial. The BJP has now clarified that we are their trusted ally," Shiv Sena leader Sanjay Raut said.
The message Raut was referring to was in fact, a warning, sources said. A warning to the BJP that the Sena will contest from all 48 seats if it did not clarify its position on the MNS.
The BJP was quick to calm the ruffled feathers. It said its cadres will work only for Mahayuti - the alliance between BJP, Sena, RPI and other regional parties.
Not only that, BJP will also send its Maharashtra in-charge Rajiv Pratap Rudy to Mumbai on Tuesday to meet Uddhav. The Sena had earlier blamed the MNS of trying to split their alliance.
"The efforts of some to break the alliance and split the Hindu vote has gone in vain. There were differences at times as well, but the alliance survived all that," Shiv Sena leader Rahul Narvekar said.
"We are looking forward to the elections and what happened before is being put behind us. We will be contesting the elections with the BJP," he added.




Snapshot: SP posters mock other parties for not having candidates

Ahead of the Lok Sabha elections, the parties are trying means to woo voters and hit out at each other.
The Samajwadi Party posters put up across Allahabad are taking a dig at other parties for not having enough candidates for the upcoming elections.




Rebel RJD leader Ram Kripal Yadav meets BJP chief Rajnath Singh

New Delhi: Even as former Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) leader Ram Kripal Yadav hinted that he may soon join the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), the party put up a brave face saying his exit won't impact the party.
"RJD is a strong party. Ram Kripal Yadav's exit won't impact our party," Rabri Devi, wife of party chief Lalu Prasad, said. The rebel RJD leader reportedly met BJP chief Rajnath Singh on Tuesday.
"I met Rajnath Singh at the airport. I will tell you the details of the meeting later," Yadav, seemingly in a hurry, said.
The RJD had made attempts to mollify the embittered leader, with Lalu's daughter Misa Bharati reaching out to him. All attempts failed, however, and Kripal Yadav announced that he will fight elections against Misa from the Pataliputra seat in Bihar.
Lalu has not commented so far.




DMK releases poll manifesto, proposes abolition of death sentence

Chennai: Abolition of death sentence, statehood to Puducherry, implementation of Sethusamudhram project and making Tamil the local official language are some of the promises made by the Dravida Munnettra Kazhagam (DMK) in its Lok Sabha election manifesto which was released on Tuesday in Chennai.
The M Karunanidhi-led DMK has been opposed to the death sentence to the killers of former prime minister Rajiv Gandhi. The DMK has also been backing the demand for the killers to be released from jail.
The DMK has also said that it is against FDI in retail and education. The manifesto also talks about the Tamils in Sri Lanka. The party will urge India to take immediate action for conducting a referendum among Northern and eastern province Tamils. On being asked as to who the DMK will project as PM candidate among Congress Vice President Rahul Gandhi and BJP PM candidate Narendra Modi, DMK chief Karunanidhi said, "Neither of them."
DMK chief Karunanidhi has also said that the party is not looking at any pre-poll alliances.
On Monday, the DMK had released its first list of candidates, fielding 2G accused A Raja from his current constituency Nilgiris and Dayanidhi Maran from Central Chennai.
A Raja has been defiant, saying that there is no evidence against him and that he is confident of doing well in the elections. "Yes, it is true that the 2g trial is still going on. Have you come out with any concrete evidence against me? It has been admitted by the CBI that Raja did not have any disproportionate assets," A Raja said.
"The finance secretary came, deposed before court saying there was this much exchequer loss. The trial is going on and I have full faith for the elections," Raja added.




2G trial on, but confident of doing well in elections, says A Raja

Chennai: 2G scam accused A Raja, who has has been given a Lok Sabha ticket by the DMK, remains defiant. A Raja said that there is no evidence against him and that he is confident of doing well in the elections.
"Yes, it is true that the 2g trial is still going on. Have you come out with any concrete evidence against me? It has been admitted by the CBI that Raja did not have any disproportionate assets," A Raja said.
"The finance secretary came, deposed before court saying there was this much exchequer loss. The trial is going on and I have full faith for the elections," Raja added.
The DMK has decided to field former telecom minister and 2G scam accused A Raja and Dayanidhi Maran in Lok Sabha elections. Raja will contest from his current constituency Nilgiris, a reserved seat for the Scheduled Castes (SCs), while Maran will contest from Central Chennai.
Karunanidhi exuded confidence in his leaders and rubbish allegations of corruption against them. "Already the case is shaky. There is no concrete evidence against Raja and others," he said.




Won't ally with anyone responsible for AP's division: Ex-CM Kiran Reddy

Former Andhra Pradesh chief minister Kiran Kumar Reddy launched his party on Monday.
Jai Samaikyandhra Party will work for a united Andhra Pradesh, Reddy declared.




 
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