Parbhani Assembly constituency

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Parbhani
Constituency Details
CountryIndia
StateMaharashtra
DistrictParbhani
Member of Legislative Assembly
Current MLARahul Vedprakash Patil
PartyShiv Sena

Parbhani Assembly constituency is one of 288 assembly constituencies of Maharashtra state of India. It comes under Parbhani (Lok Sabha constituency) for Indian general elections.

Current member of legislative assembly (MLA) from this constituency is Rahul Vedprakash Patil[1] of Shiv Sena who defeated Mohammad Gouse Zain of Vanchit Bahujan Aghadi by 81,790 votes.[1]

In 2014 Assembly elections Rahul Patil replaced two time MLA Sanjay Haribhau Jadhav of his own party who went on to become member of parliament from Parbhani (Lok Sabha constituency).[2]

Past elections

Election Winner Party Votes Runner up Party Votes Second runner up Party Votes Third Runner up Party Votes Fourth runner up Party Votes Winning margin
2019 Rahul Vedprakash Patil Shiv Sena 104,584 Mohammad Gouse Zain VBA 22,794 Ali Khan Moin Khan AIMIM 22,641 Suresh Kundlikrao Nagre Independent 18,431 Raviraj Ashok Deshmukh INC 15,580 81,790
2014 Rahul Vedprakash Patil Shiv Sena 71,584 Syad Khaled Syad Sahebjan AIMIM 45,058 Anandrao Sheshraoji Bharose BJP 42,051 Pratap Deshmukh NCP 11,375 Irfan ur Rahman Khan INC 7342 26,526
2009 Sanjay Haribhau Jadhav Shiv Sena 66,021 Vikhar Ahemad Independent 45,498 Tukaram Renge Patil INC 30,726 Bhimrao Nagorao Hatiambire BSP 12,651 Madhuri Rajan Kshirsagar CPM 2054 20,523
2004 Sanjay Haribhau Jadhav Shiv Sena 74,939 Ashok Deshmukh Indian National Congress 65,192 Dhembre Baburao Khobraji BSP 8231 Yahya Khan M Ishaq Independent 1866 Jalaluddin Imamuddin JD(S) 1865 9,747
1999 Tukaram Renge Patil Shiv Sena 58,257 Ansari Liyakat Ali Kadir Indian National Congress 50,978 Gavane Vijay Annasaheb NCP 26,106 Khandare Devrao Ganpatrao BSP 1802 Kuldipke Gamrao Dhanaji HJP 377 7,279
1995 Tukaram Renge Patil Shiv Sena 57,212 Shamim Khan Rahim Khan Indian National Congress 37,858 Dudhgaonkar Ganeshrao Nagurao JD 16900 Hake Suryakant Mukundrao BBMS 16284 Ambure Devichand Digambarrao Independent 4340 19,354
1990 Hanumantrao Bobde Shiv Sena 49,534 Shamim Rahim Ahemad Khan Indian National Congress 37,966 Gavane Vijay Annasaheb JD 28,422 Ambure Devichand Digambarrao Independent 464 D T Shinde Independent 293 11,568
1985 Vijay Gavhane PWP 26,335 Ayesha begum Iqbal hussain Indian National Congress 22,346 Taqi Hassan Khan Independent 12551 Ubale Kishanrao Thamajirao Independent 4311 Ghodke Sitalnath Jagannath CPI 1101 3,989
1980 Abdul Rahman Khan Yousuf Khan Indian National Congress (I) 23,910 Vijay Gavhane PWP 15,172 Deshmukh Ramchandra Devidasrao INC (U) 8824 Chidrawar Sudhakar Bhimashankar BJP 3339 Kale Piraji Govindrao Independent 1633 8,738
1978 Raosaheb Jamkar Indian National Congress 25,700 Annasaheb Gavhane PWP 23,616 Ahmed Eqbal Hussain INC (I) 11,919 Shakuntala Bai Baburao Khande Independent 392 Shaikh Akhtar Shaikh Mahboob Independent 308 2,084
1972 Raosaheb Jamkar Indian National Congress 26,293 A. Ramchandra Gavhane PWP 19,328 Gavane Rao Shankrao BJS 2314 Haji Syed M Sayad Ali Independent 1840 Watode Sambaji Namji RPI 1487 6,965
1967 A. Ramchandra Gavhane PWP 17,873 M. S. Rao Indian National Congress 16,568 G. J. Khare Independent 3293 M. M. Khating BJS 2479 J. P. Yengde Independent 781 1,305
1962 Sheshrao Deshmukh PWP 17,215 Ambadasrao Ganeshrao Indian National Congress 13,179 Rambhau Gangaram Independent 2849 Shankar Munjajee Independent 327 - - - 4,036

Villages in Constituency

List of villages in the constituency[3]

See also

References

  1. ^ a b "Constituencywise results". Election Commission of India. Retrieved 24 October 2019.
  2. ^ "Parbhani Lok Sabha". elections. Retrieved 15 May 2015.
  3. ^ "Parbhani Vidhan Sabha Villages". elections. Retrieved 2 November 2018.

Coordinates: 19°16′N 76°47′E / 19.26°N 76.78°E / 19.26; 76.78