Mumbai: Lok Sabha elections for the year 2024 are near. In such a situation, here we are giving information about Mumbai South seat of Maharashtra. Mumbai South Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 48 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in the state of Maharashtra in western India. Mumbai South is an important Lok Sabha seat of Maharashtra, which comprises 6 assembly constituencies. In this area, there is also the Gateway of India and an attractive beach for tourists. There is also the famous Haji Ali Dargah, which was built in 1431 in the memory of Syed Pir Haji Ali Shah Bukhari.
Which category has more voters?
There are many Marathi, Gujarati, Muslim, Christian, Parsi and Dalit voters in this constituency. There are posh areas like Malabar Hill and Colaba. There are also areas like Girgaon, Shivri, where people live in chawls.
Who won the elections in the year 2019?
Arvind Ganpat Sawant had won from this seat in the year 2019. He got 4,21,937 votes. When he won this seat, he was a leader of Shiv Sena. But in the year 2022, Shiv Sena got divided into two parts, in which Arvind chose Shiv Sena Uddhav Balasaheb Thackeray faction. He defeated Milind Murali Deora of Congress, who got 3,21,870 votes.
What was the number of voters?
In the 2019 elections, the number of male voters was 8,54,369 and the number of female voters was 6,99,784. The total number of voters was 15,54,176.
Who won the elections in 2014?
In 2014 also, Arvind Ganpat Sawant had won from this seat. During that time he was a Shiv Sena leader. In the year 2014, Shiv Sena was not divided nor were Thackeray and Shinde factions present in it. In this election also, Arvind defeated Milind Murali Deora of Congress. Arvind Ganpat Sawant got 3,74,609 votes, while Deora got 2,46,045.
Who won the elections of 2009 and 2004?
Milind Murali Deora of Congress had won this seat in the 2009 and 2004 Lok Sabha elections. He got 272,411 and 137,956 votes respectively in both the elections. In the 2009 elections, MNS’s Bala Nandgaonkar stood second and in the 2004 elections, BJP’s Jaywantiben Mehta stood second. to Bala Nandgaonkar
When were the elections held in the year 2019?
The Election Commission had announced the dates for the Lok Sabha elections on March 10, 2019. The Election Commission had announced that the 2019 elections would be conducted in 7 phases. These elections ran from 11 April to 19 May.
Lok Sabha elections for the year 2019 in Maharashtra were held in 4 phases. In the first phase, elections were held on 7 seats on 11 April, in the second phase on 10 seats on 18 April, in the third phase on 14 seats on 23 April and in the fourth phase on 17 seats on 29 April. The counting of votes took place on 23 May.
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