Guna (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Guna
Lok Sabha Constituency
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Guna Lok Sabha constituency within Madhya Pradesh
Incumbent Krishna Pal Singh Yadav
Parliamentary Party Bharatiya Janata Party
Elected Year2019
Constituency Details
Established 1952 - present
ReservationNone
State Madhya Pradesh
Assembly Constituencies Shivpuri
Pichhore
Kolaras
Bamori
Guna
Ashok Nagar
Chanderi
Mungaoli

Guna Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 29 Lok Sabha constituencies in the Indian state of Madhya Pradesh. This constituency covers the entire Ashok Nagar district and parts of Shivpuri and Guna districts.

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Vidhan Sabha segments

Presently, Guna Lok Sabha constituency comprises the following eight Vidhan Sabha (Legislative Assembly) segments:

Constituency numberNameReserved for (SC/ST/None)DistrictNumber of electorates (2009) [1]
25 Shivpuri None Shivpuri 166,490
26 Pichhore None Shivpuri 181,122
27 Kolaras None Shivpuri 163,203
28 Bamori None Guna 137,868
29 Guna SC Guna 140,820
32 Ashok Nagar SC Ashok Nagar 140,614
33 Chanderi None Ashok Nagar 133,078
34 Mungaoli None Ashok Nagar 140,106
Total:1,203,301

Members of Lok Sabha

YearWinnerParty
Madhya Bharat State
1952 Vishnu Ghanashyam Deshpande Akhil Bharatiya Hindu Mahasabha
Madhya Pradesh State
1957 Vijaya Raje Scindia Indian National Congress
1962 Ramsahai Shivprasad Pande
1967 Vijaya Raje Scindia
     Resigned soon later to join Vidhan Sabha.
Bharatiya Jana Sangh
1967 ^ Acharya Kripalani (1967 bypoll) Swatantra Party
1971 Madhavrao Scindia Bharatiya Jana Sangh
1977 Independent
1980 Indian National Congress (Indira)
1984 Mahendra Singh Indian National Congress
1989 Vijaya Raje Scindia Bharatiya Janata Party
1991
1996
1998
1999 Madhavrao Scindia (Died mid-term in 2001) Indian National Congress
2002^ Jyotiraditya Scindia
2004
2009
2014
2019 Krishna Pal Singh Yadav Bharatiya Janata Party

^ by poll

Election Results

2019 Lok Sabha Election

2019 Indian general elections: Guna
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
BJP Krishna Pal Singh Yadav 6,14,04952.11+11.54
INC Jyotiraditya M. Scindia 4,88,50041.45-11.49
BSP Lokendra Singh Rajpoot37,5303.18+0.37
NOTA None of the Above 12,4031.05-0.23
Majority1,25,54910.66
Turnout 11,78,70770.34+9.51
BJP gain from INC Swing +11.52

2014 Lok Sabha Election

2014 Indian general elections: Guna
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
INC Jyotiraditya M. Scindia 5,17,03652.94
BJP Jaibhansingh Pawaiya 3,96,24440.57
BSP Lakhan Singh Baghel27,4122.81
NOTA None of the Above 12,4811.28
Majority1,20,79212.37
Turnout 9,76,62960.83
INC hold Swing
2009 Indian general elections: Guna
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
INC Jyotiraditya M. Scindia 4,13,29763.59
BJP Dr. Narottam Mishra1,63,56025.16
BSP Lokpal Lodhi29,1644.49
Majority2,49,73738.43
Turnout 6,49,83854.03
INC hold Swing

2004 Lok Sabha Election

2004 Indian general election: Guna
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
INC Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia 3,30,95449.96-15.38
BJP Harivallabh Shukla2,50,59437.04+0.74
BSP Ramvilas Kirar26,3803.95
SP Usha Yadav21,2913.19
Independent Laxmansingh Dhakad Sujwayawale12,5541.88
Independent Rajeev Gupta5,9370.89
RLD Harbansingh Koli5,7950.87
Independent Jado Adiwasi5,1680.77
Independent Mahesh Kumar Budda4,2390.63
Independent Charandas Jatav3,0830.46
Independent Omprakash2,3980.36
Majority86,36012.92+8.64
Turnout 6,68,39347.02-6.79
INC hold Swing -15.38

1999 Lok Sabha Election

2002 bye-poll

Guna By-Election, 2002: Guna
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
INC Jyotiraditya Madhavrao Scindia 5,35,72874.28
BJP Rao Desh Raj Singh1,29,16017.91
Independent Sukhlal Kushwah34,2993.76
Independent Lakhan Singh Lodhi (RKP)5,2180.72
Majority4,06,56856.37
Turnout 7,21,22253.81
INC hold Swing

1998 Lok Sabha Election

General Election, 1998: Guna
PartyCandidateVotes%±%
BJP Vijaya Raje Scindia 3,36,151
INC Devendra Singh2,33,153
BSP Prakash Singh1,17,154
CPI Prabhati Lal18,318
Majority1,02,998
Turnout 7,34,181
BJP hold Swing

1952 Lok Sabha Election

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References

  1. "Parliamentary & Assembly Constituency-Wise Report of Electors in the Final Roll-2009" (PDF). Archived from the original (PDF) on 21 July 2011. Retrieved 10 February 2011.
  2. "Guna Lok Sabha Election Result - Parliamentary Constituency". resultuniversity.com.
  3. "1951 India General (1st Lok Sabha) Elections Results". www.elections.in.

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