Thiruvallur (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Thiruvallur
Thiruvallur lok sabha constituency.png
Thiruvallur constituency, post-2008 delimitation
Existence1951-1957
2009-present
ReservationScheduled Caste
Current MPDr. Jeyakumar
PartyINC
Elected Year2019 Indian General Election
StateTamil Nadu
Total Electors1,204,209[1]
Most Successful PartyIndian National Congress (4 times)
Assembly Constituencies1. Gummidipoondi
2. Ponneri (SC)
4. Tiruvallur
5. Poonamallee (SC)
6. Avadi
9. Madhavaram

Thiruvallur is a newly formed Lok Sabha (Parliament of India) constituency after the 2008 delimitation. It was formed after merging the assembly segments of Gummidipoondi, Ponneri (SC), Tiruvallur, and Poonamallee (SC), which were earlier part of Sriperumbudur constituency and the newly formed Avadi [2]

The constituency had previously existed for three elections from 1951 till 1962.

It is reserved for Scheduled Castes (SC)

Members of Parliament[edit]

Year Winning Candidate Party Runner-up Party
1951 Maragatham Chandrasekhar INC P. Natesan INC
1957 R. Govindarajulu Naidu INC A. Raghava Reddy IND
1962 V. Govindaswamy Naidu INC M. Gopal DMK
2009 P. Venugopal ADMK S. Gayathri DMK
2014 P. Venugopal ADMK D. Ravikumar Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi
2019 Dr. Jeyakumar[3] Indian National Congress P. Venugopal ADMK

General elections 2019[edit]

General Election, 2019: Thiruvallur
Party Candidate Votes % ±
INC Dr. Jeyakumar 7,67,392 54.5%
AIADMK P. Venugopal 410337 29.14
MNM M. Logarangan 73731 5.24 +5.24
NTK M.Vetri Selvi 65416 4.65 +4.65
AMMK Pon. Raja 33944 2.14 +2.14
NOTA None of the Above 18275 1.3 N/A
Majority
Turnout
INC gain from AIADMK Swing

General elections 2014[edit]

General Election, 2014: Thiruvallur
Party Candidate Votes % ±
VCK Ravikumar.D 305069
DMDK V Yuvaraj 204734
INC Jayakumar.M 43960
AIADMK P. Venugopal 628499
Majority
Turnout
AIADMK hold Swing

References[edit]

  1. ^ GE 2009 Statistical Report: Constituency Wise Detailed Result
  2. ^ "Congress demands reserved seat". Deccan Chronicle. 24 March 2009.
  3. ^ "General elections to the 17th Lok Sabha, 2019 - List of members elected" (PDF). New Delhi: Election Commission of India. 25 May 2019. p. 27. Retrieved 2 June 2019.

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