Mistaken Macroeconomics: An Open Letter to Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh 12 June 2009

12 June 2009
The Hon’ble Dr Manmohan Singh, MP, Rajya Sabha

Prime Minister of India

Respected Pradhan Mantriji:

In September 1993 at the residence of the Indian Ambassador to Washington, I had the privilege of being introduced to you by our Ambassador the Hon’ble Siddhartha Shankar Ray, Bar-at-Law. Ambassador Ray was kind enough to introduce me saying the 1991 “Congress manifesto had been written on (my laptop) computer” – a reference to my work as adviser on economic and other policy to the late Rajiv Gandhi in his last months. I presented you a book Foundations of India’s Political Economy: Towards an Agenda for the 1990s created and edited by myself and WE James at the University of Hawaii since 1986 — the unpublished manuscript of that book had reached Rajivji by my hand when he and I first met on September 18 1990. Tragically, my pleadings in subsequent months to those around him that he seemed to my layman’s eyes vulnerable to the assassin went unheeded.

When you and I met in 1993, we had both forgotten another meeting twenty years earlier in Paris. My father had been a long-time friend of the late Brahma Kaul, ICS, and the late MG Kaul, ICS, who knew you in your early days in the Government of India. In the late summer of 1973, you had acceded to my father’s request to advise me about economics before I embarked for the London School of Economics as a freshman undergraduate. You visited our then-home in Paris for about 40 minutes despite your busy schedule as part of an Indian delegation to the Aid-India Consortium. We ended up having a tense debate about the merits (as you saw them) and demerits (as I saw them) of the Soviet influence on Indian economic “planning”. You had not expected such controversy from a lad of 18 but you were kindly disposed and offered when departing to write a letter of introduction to Amartya Sen, then teaching at the LSE, which you later sent me and which I was delighted to carry to Professor Sen.

I may add my father, back in 1973 in Paris, had predicted to me that you would become Prime Minister of India one day, and he, now in his 90s, is joined by myself in sending our warm congratulations at the start of your second term in that high office.

The controversy though that you and I had entered that Paris day in 1973 about scientific economics as applied to India, must be renewed afresh!

This is because of your categorical statement on June 9 2009 to the new 15th Lok Sabha:

“I am convinced, since our savings rate is as high as 35%, given the collective will, if all of us work together, we can achieve a growth-rate of 8%-9%, even if the world economy does not do well.” (Statement of Dr Manmohan Singh to the Lok Sabha, June 9 2009)

I am afraid there may be multiple reasons why such a statement is gravely and incorrigibly in error within scientific economics. From your high office as Prime Minister in a second term, faced perhaps with no significant opposition from either within or without your party, it is possible the effects of such an error may spell macroeconomic catastrophe for India.

As it happens, the British Labour Party politician Dr Meghnad Desai made an analogous statement to yours about India when he claimed in 2006 that China

now has 10.4% growth on a 44 % savings rate… ”

Indeed the idea that China and India have had extremely high economic growth-rates based on purportedly astronomical savings rates has become a commonplace in recent years, repeated endlessly in international and domestic policy circles though perhaps without adequate basis.

1.   Germany & Japan

What, at the outset, is supposed to be measured when we speak of “growth”? Indian businessmen and their media friends seem to think “growth” refers to something like nominal earnings before tax for the organised corporate sector, or any unspecified number that can be sold to visiting foreigners to induce them to park their funds in India: “You will get a 10% return if you invest in India” to which the visitor says “Oh that must mean India has 10% growth going on”. Of such nonsense are expensive international conferences in Davos and Delhi often made.

You will doubtless agree the economist at least must define economic growth properly and with care — what is referred to must be annual growth of per capita inflation-adjusted Gross Domestic Product. (Per capita National Income or Net National Product would be even better if available).

West Germany and Japan had the highest annual per capita real GDP growth-rates in the world economy starting from devastated post-World War II initial conditions. What were their measured rates?

West Germany: 6.6% in 1950-1960, falling to 3.5% by 1960-1970 falling to 2.4% by 1970-1978.

Japan: 6.8 % in 1952-1960 rising to 9.4% in 1960-1970 falling to 3.8 % in 1970-1978.

Thus in recent decades only Japan measured a spike in the 1960s of more than 9% annual growth of real per capita GDP. Now India and China are said to be achieving 8%-10 % and more year after year routinely!

Perhaps we are observing an incredible phenomenon of world economic history. Or perhaps it is just something incredible, something false and misleading, like a mirage in the desert.

You may agree that processes of measurement of real income in India both at federal and provincial levels, still remain well short of the world standards described by the UN’s System of National Accounts 1993. The actuality of our real GDP growth may be better than what is being measured or it may be worse than what is being measured – from the point of view of public decision-making we at present simply do not know which it is, and to overly rely on such numbers in national decisions may be unwise. In any event, India’s population is growing at near 2% so even if your Government’s measured number of 8% or 9% is taken at face-value, we have to subtract 2% population growth to get per capita figures.

2.  Growth of the aam admi’s consumption-basket

The late Professor Milton Friedman had been an invited adviser in 1955 to the Government of India during the Second Five Year Plan’s formulation. The Government of India suppressed what he had to say and I had to publish it 34 years later in May 1989 during the 1986-1992 perestroika-for-India project that I led at the University of Hawaii in the United States. His November 1955 Memorandum to the Government of India is a chapter in the book Foundations of India’s Political Economy: Towards an Agenda for the 1990s that I and WE James created.

At the 1989 project-conference itself, Professor Friedman made the following astute observation about all GNP, GDP etc growth-numbers that speaks for itself:

“I don’t believe the term GNP ought to be used unless it is supplemented by a different statistic: the rate of growth of the average consumption basket consumed by the ordinary individual in the country. I think GNP rates of growth can give very misleading information. For example, you have rapid rates of growth of GNP in the Soviet Union with a declining standard of life for the people. Because GNP includes monuments and includes also other things. I’m not saying that that is the case with India; I’m just saying I would like to see the two figures together.”

You may perhaps agree upon reflection that not only may our national income growth measurements be less robust than we want, it may be better to be measuring something else instead, or as well, as a measure of the economic welfare of India’s people, namely, “the rate of growth of the average consumption basket consumed by the ordinary individual in the country”, i.e., the rate of growth of the average consumption basket consumed by the aam admi.

It would be excellent indeed if you were to instruct your Government’s economists and other spokesmen to do so this as it may be something more reliable as an indicator of our economic realities than all the waffle generated by crude aggregate growth-rates.

3.  Logic of your model

Thirdly, the logic needs to be spelled out of the economic model that underlies such statements as yours or Meghnad Desai’s that seek to operationally relate savings rates to aggregate growth rates in India or China. This seems not to have been done publicly in living memory by the Planning Commission or other Government economists. I have had to refer, therefore, to pages 251-253 of my own Cambridge doctoral thesis under Professor Frank Hahn thirty years ago, titled “On liberty and economic growth: preface to a philosophy for India”, where the logic of such models as yours was spelled out briefly as follows:

Let

Kt be capital stock

Yt be national output

It be the level of real investment

St be the level of real savings

By definition

It = K t+1 – Kt

By assumption

Kt = k Yt 0 < k < 1

St = sYt 0 < s <1

In equilibrium ex ante investment equals ex ante savings

It = St

Hence in equilibrium

sYt = K t+1 – Kt

Or

s/k = g

where g is defined to be the rate of growth (Y t+1-Yt)/Yt  .

The left hand side then defines the “warranted rate of growth” which must maintain the famous “knife-edge” with the right hand side “natural rate of growth”.

Your June 9 2009 Lok Sabha statement that a 35% rate of savings in India may lead to an 8%-9% rate of economic growth in India, or Meghnad Desai’s statement that a 44% rate of savings in China led to a 10.4% growth there, can only be made meaningful in the context of a logical economic model like the one I have given above.

[In the open-economy version of the model, let Mt be imports, Et be exports, Ft net capital inflows.

Assume

Mt = aIt + bYt 0 < a, b < 1

Et = E for all t

Balance of payments is

Bt = Mt – Et – Ft

In equilibrium It = St + Bt

Or

Ft = (s+b) Yt – (1-a) It - E is a kind of “warranted” level of net capital inflow.]

You may perhaps agree upon reflection that building the entire macroeconomic policy of the Government of India merely upon a piece of economic logic as simplistic as the

s/k = g

equation above, may spell an unacceptable risk to the future economic well-being of our vast population. An alternative procedural direction for macroeconomic policy, with more obviously positive and profound consequences, may have been that which I sought to persuade Rajiv Gandhi about with some success in 1990-1991. Namely, to systematically seek to improve towards normalcy the budgets, financial positions and decision-making capacities of the Union and all state and local governments as well as all public institutions, organisations, entities, and projects in general, with the aim of making our domestic money a genuine hard currency of the world again after seven decades, so that any ordinary resident of India may hold and trade precious metals and foreign exchange at his/her local bank just like all those glamorous privileged NRIs have been permitted to do. Such an alternative path has been described in “The Indian Revolution”, “Against Quackery”, “The Dream Team: A Critique”, “India’s Macroeconomics”, “Indian Inflation”, etc.

4. Gross exaggeration of real savings rate by misreading deposit multiplication

Specifically, I am afraid you may have been misled into thinking India’s real savings rate, s, is as high as 35% just as Meghnad Desai may have misled himself into thinking China’s real savings rate is as high as 44%.

Neither of you may have wanted to make such a claim if you had referred to the fact that over the last 25 years, the average savings rate across all OECD countries has been less than 10%. Economic theory always finds claims of discontinuous behaviour to be questionable. If the average OECD citizen has been trying to save 10% of disposable income at best, it appears prima facie odd that India’s PM claims a savings rate as high as 35% for India or a British politician has claimed a savings rate as high as 44% for China. Something may be wrong in the measurement of the allegedly astronomical savings rates of India and China. The late Professor Nicholas Kaldor himself, after all, suggested it was rich people who saved and poor people who did not for the simple reason the former had something left over to save which the latter did not!

And indeed something is wrong in the measurements. What has happened, I believe, is that there has been a misreading of the vast nominal expansion of bank deposits via deposit-multiplication in the Indian banking system, an expansion that has been caused by explosive deficit finance over the last four or five decades. That vast nominal expansion of bank-deposits has been misread as indicating growth of real savings behaviour instead. I have written and spoken about and shown this quite extensively in the last half dozen years since I first discovered it in the case of India. E.g., in a lecture titled “Can India become an economic superpower or will there be a monetary meltdown?” at Cardiff University’s Institute of Applied Macroeconomics and at London’s Institute of Economic Affairs in April 2005, as well as in May 2005 at a monetary economics seminar invited at the RBI by Dr Narendra Jadav. The same may be true of China though I have looked at it much less.

How I described this phenomenon in a 2007 article in The Statesman is this:

“Savings is indeed normally measured by adding financial and non-financial savings. Financial savings include bank-deposits. But India is not a normal country in this. Nor is China. Both have seen massive exponential growth of bank-deposits in the last few decades. Does this mean Indians and Chinese are saving phenomenally high fractions of their incomes by assiduously putting money away into their shaky nationalized banks? Sadly, it does not. What has happened is government deficit-financing has grown explosively in both countries over decades. In a “fractional reserve” banking system (i.e. a system where your bank does not keep the money you deposited there but lends out almost all of it immediately), government expenditure causes bank-lending, and bank-lending causes bank-deposits to expand. Yes there has been massive expansion of bank-deposits in India but it is a nominal paper phenomenon and does not signify superhuman savings behaviour. Indians keep their assets mostly in metals, land, property, cattle, etc., and as cash, not as bank deposits.”

An article of mine in 2008 in Business Standard put it like this:

“India has followed in peacetime over six decades what the US and Britain followed during war. Our vast growth of bank deposits in recent decades has been mostly a paper (or nominal) phenomenon caused by unlimited deficit finance in a fractional reserve banking system. Policy makers have widely misinterpreted it as indicating a real phenomenon of incredibly high savings behaviour. In an inflationary environment, people save their wealth less as paper deposits than as real assets like land, cattle, buildings, machinery, food stocks, jewellery etc.”

If you asked me “What then is India’s real savings rate?” I have little answer to give except to say I know what it is not – it is not what the Government of India says it is. It is certainly unlikely to be anywhere near the 35% you stated it to be in your June 9 2009 Lok Sabha statement. If the OECD’s real savings rate has been something like 10% out of disposable income, I might accept India’s is, say, 15% at a maximum when properly measured – far from the 35% being claimed. What I believe may have been mismeasured by you and Meghnad Desai and many others as indicating high real savings is actually the nominal or paper expansion of bank-deposits in a fractional reserve banking system induced by runaway government deficit-spending in both India and China over the last several decades.

5. Technological progress and the mainsprings of real economic growth

So much for the g and s variables in the s/k = g equation in your economic model. But the assumed constant k is a big problem too!

During the 1989 perestroika-for-India project-conference, Professor Friedman referred to his 1955 experience in India and said this about the assumption of a constant k:

“I think there was an enormously important point… That was the almost universal acceptance at that time of the view that there was a sort of technologically fixed capital output ratio. That if you wanted to develop, you just had to figure out how much capital you needed, used as a statistical technological capital output ratio, and by God the next day you could immediately tell what output you were going to achieve. That was a large part of the motivation behind some of the measures that were taken then.”

The crucial problem of the sort of growth-model from which your formulation relating savings to growth arises is that, with a constant k, you have necessarily neglected the real source of economic growth, which is technological progress!

I said in the 2007 article referred to above:

“Economic growth in India as elsewhere arises not because of what politicians and bureaucrats do in capital cities, but because of spontaneous technological progress, improved productivity and learning-by-doing on part of the general population. Technological progress is a very general notion, and applies to any and every production activity or commercial transaction that now can be accomplished more easily or using fewer inputs than before.”

In “Growth and Government Delusion” published in The Statesman last year, I described the growth process more fully like this:

“The mainsprings of real growth in the wealth of the individual, and so of the nation, are greater practical learning, increases in capital resources and improvements in technology. Deeper skills and improved dexterity cause output produced with fewer inputs than before, i.e. greater productivity. Adam Smith said there is “invention of a great number of machines which facilitate and abridge labour, and enable one man to do the work of many”. Consider a real life example. A fresh engineering graduate knows dynamometers are needed in testing and performance-certification of diesel engines. He strips open a meter, finds out how it works, asks engine manufacturers what design improvements they want to see, whether they will buy from him if he can make the improvement. He finds out prices and properties of machine tools needed and wages paid currently to skilled labour, calculates expected revenues and costs, and finally tries to persuade a bank of his production plans, promising to repay loans from his returns. Overcoming restrictions of religion or caste, the secular agent is spurred by expectation of future gains to approach various others with offers of contract, and so organize their efforts into one. If all his offers ~ to creditors, labour, suppliers ~ are accepted he is, for the moment, in business. He may not be for long ~ but if he succeeds his actions will have caused an improvement in design of dynamometers and a reduction in the cost of diesel engines, as well as an increase in the economy’s produced means of production (its capital stock) and in the value of contracts made. His creditors are more confident of his ability to repay, his buyers of his product quality, he himself knows more of his workers’ skills, etc. If these people enter a second and then a third and fourth set of contracts, the increase in mutual trust in coming to agreement will quickly decline in relation to the increased output of capital goods. The first source of increasing returns to scale in production, and hence the mainspring of real economic growth, arises from the successful completion of exchange. Transforming inputs into outputs necessarily takes time, and it is for that time the innovator or entrepreneur or “capitalist” or “adventurer” must persuade his creditors to trust him, whether bankers who have lent him capital or workers who have lent him labour. The essence of the enterprise (or “firm”) he tries to get underway consists of no more than the set of contracts he has entered into with the various others, his position being unique because he is the only one to know who all the others happen to be at the same time. In terms introduced by Professor Frank Hahn, the entrepreneur transforms himself from being “anonymous” to being “named” in the eyes of others, while also finding out qualities attaching to the names of those encountered in commerce. Profits earned are partly a measure of the entrepreneur’s success in this simultaneous process of discovery and advertisement. Another potential entrepreneur, fresh from engineering college, may soon pursue the pioneer’s success and start displacing his product in the market ~ eventually chasers become pioneers and then get chased themselves, and a process of dynamic competition would be underway. As it unfolds, anonymous and obscure graduates from engineering colleges become by dint of their efforts and a little luck, named and reputable firms and perhaps founders of industrial families. Multiply this simple story many times, with a few million different entrepreneurs and hundreds of thousands of different goods and services, and we shall be witnessing India’s actual Industrial Revolution, not the fake promise of it from self-seeking politicians and bureaucrats.”

Technological progress in a myriad of ways and discovery of new resources are important factors contributing to India’s growth today. But while India’s “real” economy does well, the “nominal” paper-money economy controlled by Government does not. Continuous deficit financing for half a century has led to exponential growth of public debt and broad money, and, as noted, the vast growth of nominal bank-deposits has been misinterpreted as indicating unusually high real savings behaviour when it in fact may just signal vast amounts of government debt being held by our nationalised banks. These bank assets may be liquid domestically but are illiquid internationally since our government debt is not held by domestic households as voluntary savings nor has it been a liquid asset held worldwide in foreign portfolios.

What politicians of all parties, especially your own and the BJP and CPI-M since they are the three largest, have been presiding over is exponential growth of our paper money supply, which has even reached 22% per annum. Parliament and the Government should be taking honest responsibility for this because it may certainly portend double-digit inflation (i.e., decline in the value of paper-money) perhaps as high as 14%-15% per annum, something that is certain to affect the aam admi’s economic welfare adversely.

6. Selling Government assets to Big Business is a bad idea in a potentially hyperinflationary economy

Respected PradhanMantriji, the record would show that I, and really I alone, 25 years ago, may have been the first among Indian economists to advocate  the privatisation of the public sector. (Viz, “Silver Jubilee of Pricing, Planning and Politics: A Study of Economic Distortions in India”.) In spite of this, I have to say clearly now that in present circumstances of a potentially hyperinflationary economy created by your Government and its predecessors, I believe your Government’s present plans to sell Government assets may be an exceptionally unwise and imprudent idea. The reasoning is very simple from within monetary economics.

Government every year has produced paper rupees and bank deposits in practically unlimited amounts to pay for its practically unlimited deficit financing, and it has behaved thus over decades. Such has been the nature of the macroeconomic process that all Indian political parties have been part of, whether they are aware of it or not.

Indian Big Business has an acute sense of this long-term nominal/paper expansion of India’s economy, and acts towards converting wherever possible its own hoards of paper rupees and rupee-denominated assets into more valuable portfolios for itself of real or durable assets, most conspicuously including hard-currency denominated assets, farm-land and urban real-estate, and, now, the physical assets of the Indian public sector. Such a path of trying to transform local domestic paper assets – produced unlimitedly by Government monetary and fiscal policy and naturally destined to depreciate — into real durable assets, is a privately rational course of action to follow in an inflationary economy. It is not rocket-science to realise the long-term path of rupee-denominated assets is downwards in comparison to the hard-currencies of the world – just compare our money supply growth and inflation rates with those of the rest of the world.

The Statesman of November 16 2006 had a lead editorial titled Government’s land-fraud: Cheating peasants in a hyperinflation-prone economy which said:

“There is something fundamentally dishonourable about the way the Centre, the state of West Bengal and other state governments are treating the issue of expropriating peasants, farm-workers, petty shop-keepers etc of their small plots of land in the interests of promoters, industrialists and other businessmen. Singur may be but one example of a phenomenon being seen all over the country: Hyderabad, Karnataka, Kerala, Haryana, everywhere. So-called “Special Economic Zones” will merely exacerbate the problem many times over. India and its governments do not belong only to business and industrial lobbies, and what is good for private industrialists may or may not be good for India’s people as a whole. Economic development does not necessarily come to be defined by a few factories or high-rise housing complexes being built here or there on land that has been taken over by the Government, paying paper-money compensation to existing stakeholders, and then resold to promoters or industrialists backed by powerful political interest-groups on a promise that a few thousand new jobs will be created. One fundamental problem has to do with inadequate systems of land-description and definition, implementation and recording of property rights. An equally fundamental problem has to do with fair valuation of land owned by peasants etc. in terms of an inconvertible paper-money. Every serious economist knows that “land” is defined as that specific factor of production and real asset whose supply is fixed and does not increase in response to its price. Every serious economist also knows that paper-money is that nominal asset whose price can be made to catastrophically decline by a massive increase in its supply, i.e. by Government printing more of the paper it holds a monopoly to print. For Government to compensate people with paper-money it prints itself by valuing their land on the basis of an average of the price of the last few years, is for Government to cheat them of the fair present-value of the land. That present-value of land must be calculated in the way the present-value of any asset comes to be calculated, namely, by summing the likely discounted cash-flows of future values. And those future values should account for the likelihood of a massive future inflation causing decline in the value of paper-money in view of the fact we in India have a domestic public debt of some Rs. 30 trillion (Rs. 30 lakh crore) and counting, and money supply growth rates averaging 16-17% per annum. In fact, a responsible Government would, given the inconvertible nature of the rupee, have used foreign exchange or gold as the unit of account in calculating future-values of the land. India’s peasants are probably being cheated by their Government of real assets whose value is expected to rise, receiving nominal paper assets in compensation whose value is expected to fall.”

Shortly afterwards the Hon’ble MP for Kolkata Dakshin, Km Mamata Banerjee, started her protest fast, riveting the nation’s attention in the winter of 2006-2007. What goes for government buying land on behalf of its businessman friends also goes, mutatis mutandis, for the public sector’s real assets being bought up by the private sector using domestic paper money in a potentially hyperinflationary economy. If your new Government wishes to see real assets of the public sector being sold for paper money, let it seek to value these assets not in inconvertible rupees that Government itself has been producing in unlimited quantities but perhaps in forex or gold-units instead!

In the 2004-2005 volume Margaret Thatcher’s Revolution: How it Happened and What it Meant, edited by myself and Professor John Clarke, there is a chapter by Professor Patrick Minford on Margaret Thatcher’s fiscal and monetary policy (macroeconomics) that was placed ahead of the chapter by Professor Martin Ricketts on Margaret Thatcher’s privatisation (microeconomics). India’s fiscal and monetary or macroeconomic problems are far worse today than Britain’s were when Margaret Thatcher came to power. We need to get our macroeconomic problems sorted before we attempt the  microeconomic privatisation of public assets.

It is wonderful that your young party colleague, the Hon’ble MP from Amethi, Shri Rahul Gandhi, has declined to join the present Government and instead wishes to reflect further on the “common man” and “common woman” about whom I had described his late father talking to me on September 18 1990. Certainly the aam admi is not someone to be found among India’s lobbyists of organised Big Business or organised Big Labour who have tended to control government agendas from the big cities.

With my warmest personal regards and respect, I remain,

Cordially yours

Subroto Roy, PhD (Cantab.), BScEcon (London)

Kolkata

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Note to Posterity: 79 Ministers in office but no 15th Lok Sabha until June 1 2009!

The Government of India’s 79 Ministers have taken to their offices like bees to honey yet the 15th Lok Sabha that the people of India elected a fortnight ago is still three days from being convened.

In other words, people have been taking oaths and entering offices as Ministers even before they have taken their oaths or their seats in the 15th Lok Sabha which accords the Government its political legitimacy by its confidence!

Let posterity recall that the 15th Lok Sabha was made to needlessly wait from May 16 2009 until June 1 2009 and despite this the Government formed itself and entered office during that time.  It cannot be something that helps the psychology or morale of  our elected representatives nor be something conducive to the smooth working of the House.

It is all a terrible constitutional muddle  which I doubt the PM or his party or Government, or even the Opposition, will admit to or want to clear up on their own but shall probably have to await a Constitutional Bench of the Supreme Court of India telling them  what  parliamentary law is in due course.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

How to Design a Better Cabinet for the Government of India

Cabinet Government has become far too unwieldy and impractical in India, and the new Cabinet chosen by Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh over almost a fortnight  — of some 79 Ministers, almost certainly the largest number in the world — may be destined to be so as well.   If there is going to be “fiscal prudence” as the PM and Finance Minister have declared, it really needs to start at the top with the Union Government itself.  Remember we also have more than two dozen State Governments plus Union Territories and  myriad local governments too.

Here then is an example of a better-designed Cabinet for the Government of India with Cabinet Ministers in bold-face, others not so:

Prime Minister

-         Parliamentary Affairs

-         Intra-Government Liaison

Defence

-    Army

-    Navy & Coast Guard

-    Air Force & Strategic Forces

-    Ordnance

Finance

-         Money & Banking

-         Accountant General

-         Planning

Home Affairs

-         Law & Justice

-         Internal Security

-     Disaster Management & Civil Defence

-         Archaeology, Art & Culture

Foreign

-         Commerce & Tourism

-         Overseas Indians

-         International Organisations

Transport

-         Railways

-         Roads & Highways

-         Shipping & Waterways

-         Civil Aviation

-         Urban Development

Agriculture & Food

-         Rural Development

-         Water, Flood Control & Irrigation

-         Environment

-         Forestry & Tribal Affairs

Industry

-    Competition and Monopoly-Control

-      Steel

-      Textiles

-      Power

-      Petroleum and Energy

-      Chemicals & Fertilizers

-       Coal and Mines

-      Communications and IT

Education

-    Schools

-     Higher Education

-     Vocational Education

-      Sports

-      Science and Technology

Labour & Employment

Health and Human Services

-        Housing

-         Women and Child Development

-         Social Security

There are just eleven Cabinet Ministers (in bold-face above) including the PM, so, along with the Cabinet Secretary, they could sit with ease around a normal table which should help the process of deliberation.

This document has arisen out of one during my work as an adviser to Rajiv Gandhi  in his last months in 1990-1991 though the latter never reached him; I had intended to talk to him about its contents but it was not to be.

It may be profitably read alongside my “Distribution of Government Expenditure in India”, which is part of my ongoing research and was released in the public interest last year.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

Eleven days and counting after the 15th Lok Sabha was elected and still no Parliament of India! (But we do have 79 Ministers — might that be a world record?)

A lawyer friend tells me she thinks it a “technicality” that there is no Lok Sabha or Parliament in India today despite eleven long days and nights having passed since the 15th Lok Sabha came to be elected by the people of India.  “At least we did not get Advani and Modi to rule”, is how she sought to justify the current circumstance.   I am afraid I think she has produced a non sequitur, and also forgotten the constitutional law she would have read as a student.

The best argument that I think the Government of India shall be able to give justifying their legal error in not having the 15th Lok Sabha up and running yet 11 days after India’s people have spoken would run something like this:

(1) The President of India invites a Council of Ministers led by a PM to form the government and has done so.

(2) The President must be satisfied that the PM commands a majority in the Lok Sabha, and the President has been satisfied by the 322  “letters of support” that the PM produced.

(3) The Government of the day calls parliamentary sessions and does so at its discretion, and the Government of the day headed by this PM has announced when it shall call the 15th Lok Sabha which will be in a few days yet.

Any such argument, I am afraid, would be specious because it simply puts the cart before the horse.

Parliament is sovereign in India, to repeat what I have said several times before.

Parliament is sovereign in India — not even the President who is the symbol of that sovereignty.  We do not follow the British quite exactly in this because we are a republic and not a monarchy.  In Britain sovereignty rests with “The King in Parliament”.  With us, Parliament is sovereign and the President is the symbol of that sovereignty.  In all matters of state, our President must act in a manner that Parliament and parliamentary law says.

Parliament is sovereign in India — not the Executive Government, certainly not its largest political party or its leader.

Parliament is sovereign in India because the people of India have chosen it to be so within the Constitution of India.

Parliament is sovereign in India and the people of India have elected the 15th Lok Sabha which has still not been allowed to meet eleven days later.

To the contrary, as noted days ago, the purported “Cabinet” of the 14th Lok Sabha, a dead institution, met on May 18 2009, some 48 hours after the 15th Lok Sabha had already been declared!   The 14th Lok Sabha in fact stood automatically dissolved in law when General Elections came to be announced.

Is all this merely a “technicality” as my friend believes?  I think not.

Executive Government in India derives its political legitimacy from being elected  by Parliament,  i.e., from holding the confidence of Parliament, and that means the Lok Sabha.

The Government of the day might  for sake of convenience have a prerogative of calling sessions of the 15th Lok Sabha once it has been constituted but the Government of the day cannot logically constitute a Lok Sabha after a General Election because it itself receives legitimacy from such a Lok Sabha.

If the 15th Lok Sabha has not met, confidence in any Executive has yet to be recorded, and hence any such Government has yet to receive legitimacy.

Do “322 letters of support” suffice?  Hardly.  They are signed after all by persons who have yet to take their seats in the Lok Sabha!  (Let us leave aside the fact that the PM, not being a member of the Lok Sabha, is in this case unable to be one of those 322 himself!)

Yet we have 79 “Ministers” of this new “Government” holding press-conferences and giving out free-bees and favours etc already.  As I have said before, Ambedkar, Nehru and others of their generation, plus Indira and Rajiv too, would all have been appalled.

Because the incompetence of the fascists and communists in the Opposition may continue to  be expected, it will be up to ordinary citizens and voters of India to point out such  simple truths whenever the Emperor is found to be naked.  (Our docile juvenile ingratiating media may well remain mostly hopeless.)

Subroto Roy, Kolkata.

Why does India not have a Parliament ten days after the 15th Lok Sabha was elected? Nehru and Rajiv would both have been appalled

There are at least three Supreme Court lawyers, all highly voluble, among the higher echelons of Congress Party politicians; it is surprising that not one of them has been able to get the top Party leadership of Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh to see the apparent breach of normal constitutional law in Parliament not having met more than 10 days after it was elected.

A Government has been formed, Ministers have entered their offices and have been holding press-conferences and taking executive decisions,  wannabe-Ministers continue to be wrangling night-and-day for the plums of office — BUT THERE IS NO PARLIAMENT!

Today is the death-anniversary of Jawaharlal Nehru and last week was the death anniversary of  Rajiv Gandhi.

Nehru, whatever his faults and infirmities, was an outstanding parliamentarian and a believer in the Westminster model in particular.  He was intimately familiar with its  unpoken customs and unwritten laws.   He would have been completely appalled by the situation today where luminaries of the party that goes by the  same name as the one he had led are paying obeisance to his memory 45 years after his death but have failed to see the absurdity in having a Government in office with no new Parliament ten days after a month-long General Election was over!  (Incidentally, had he not left explicit instructions against any hero-worship  taking place of himself too?)

Rajiv knew his grandfather and had acquired a sense of noblesse oblige from him.  He too would have been appalled that the procedural business of government  had been simply  procrastinated over like this.

It surprises me that Dr Manmohan Singh, having been a post-graduate of Cambridge, having earned a doctorate from Oxford, and more recently having been awarded honorary doctorates from both Ancient Universities, should seem so unaware of the elements of the Westminster model of  constitutional jurisprudence which guides our polity too.

It is too late now and the mistakes have been made.   I hope his  new Government will  come to realise at some point and then keep in mind that our Executive receives political legitimacy from Parliament, not vice versa.   An Executive can hardly be legitimately in office until the  Parliament that is supposed to elect it has been sworn in.

As for our putative Opposition in the Parliament-yet-to-meet, it seems to have drawn a blank too, and eo ipso revealed its own constitutional backwardness and lethargy.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

How tightly will organised Big Business be able to control economic policies this time?

The power of organised Big Business over New Delhi’s economic policies (whether Congress-led or BJP-led) was signalled by the presence in the audience at Rashtrapati Bhavan last week of several prominent lobbyists when Dr Manmohan Singh and his senior-most Cabinet colleagues were being sworn-in by the President of India. Why were such witnesses needed at such an auspicious national occasion?

Organised Big Business (both private sector and public sector) along with organised Big Labour (whose interests are represented most ably by New Delhi’s official communist parties like the CPI-M and CPI), are astutely aware of how best to advance their own economic interests; this usually gets assisted nicely enough through clever use of our comprador English-language TV, newspaper and magazine media. Shortly after the election results, lobbyists were all over commercial TV proposing things like FDI in insurance and airports etc– as if that was the meaning of the Sonia-Rahul mandate or were issues of high national priority. A typical piece of such “pretend-economics” appears in today’s business-press from a formerly Leftist Indian bureaucrat: “With its decisive victory, the new Manmohan Singh government should at last be able to implement the required second generation reforms. Their lineaments (sic) are well known and with the removal of the Left’s veto, many of those stalled in the legislature as well as those which were forestalled can now be implemented. These should be able to put India back on a 9-10 per cent per annum growth rate…”

Today’s business-press also reports that the new Government is planning to create a fresh “Disinvestment Ministry” and Dr Singh’s chief economic policy aide is “a frontrunner among the names short-listed to head the new ministry” with Cabinet rank.

Now if any enterprising doctoral student was to investigate the question, I think the evidence would show that I, and I alone – not even BR Shenoy or AD Shroff or Jagdish Bhagwati — may have been the first among Indian economists to have argued in favour of the privatisation of India’s public sector. I did so precisely 25 years ago in Pricing, Planning and Politics: A Study of Economic Distortions in India, which was so unusual for its time that it attracted the lead editorial of The Times of London on the day it was published May 29 1984, and had its due impact on Indian economic policy then and since, as has been described elsewhere here.  In 1990-1991 while with Rajiv Gandhi, I had floated an idea of literally giving away shares of the public sector to the public that owned it (as several other countries had been doing at that time), specifically perhaps giving them to the poorest panchayats in aid of their development.  In 2004-2005, upon returning to Britain after many years, I helped create the book Margaret Thatcher’s Revolution: How it Happened and What it Meant, and Margaret Thatcher if anyone was a paragon of privatisation.

That being said, I have to say I think a new Indian policy of creating a Ministry to privatise India’s public sector is probably a very BAD idea indeed in present circumstances — mainly because it will be driven by the interests of the organised Big Business lobbies that have so profoundly and subtly been able to control the New Delhi Government’s behaviour in recent decades.

Such lobbyist control is exercised often without the Government even realising or comprehending its parameters. For example, ask yourself: Is there any record anywhere of Dr Manmohan Singh, in his long career as a Government economist and then as a Rajya Sabha MP, having ever proposed before 2004-2005 that nuclear reactors were something vitally important to India’s future? And why do you suppose the most prominent Indian business lobby spent a million dollars and registered itself as an official lobbyist in Washington DC to promote the nuclear deal among American legislators? Because Big Business was feeling generous and altruistic towards the “energy security” of the ordinary people of India? Hardly.  Indian Big Business calculates and acts in its own interests, as is only to be expected under economic assumptions; those interests are frequently camouflaged by their lobbyist and media friends into seeming to be economic policy for the country as a whole.

Now our Government every year produces paper rupees and bank deposits in  practically unlimited amounts to pay for its practically unlimited deficit financing, and it has behaved thus over decades. Why we do not hear about this at all is because the most prominent Government economists themselves remain clueless — sometimes by choice, mostly by sheer ignorance — about the nature of the macroeconomic process that they are or have been part of.  (See my  “India’s Macroeconomics”, “The Dream Team: A Critique” etc elsewhere here). As for the Opposition’s economists, the less said about the CPI-M’s economists the better while the BJP, poor thing, has absolutely no economists at all!

Briefly speaking, Indian Big Business has acquired an acute sense of this long-term nominal/paper expansion of India’s economy, and as a result acts towards converting wherever possible its own hoards of paper rupees and rupee-denominated assets into more valuable portfolios for itself of real or durable assets, most conspicuously including hard-currency denominated assets, farm-land and urban real-estate, and, now, the physical assets of the Indian public sector. Such a path of trying to transform local domestic paper assets – produced unlimitedly by Government monetary and fiscal policy and naturally destined to depreciate — into real durable assets, is a privately rational course of action to follow in an inflationary economy.  It is not rocket-science  to realise the long-term path of the Indian rupee is downwards in comparison to the hard-currencies of the world – just compare our money supply growth and inflation rates with those of the rest of the world.

The Statesman of November 15 2006 had a lead editorial titled Government’s land-fraud: Cheating peasants in a hyperinflation-prone economy. It said:

“There is something fundamentally dishonourable about the way the Centre, the state of West Bengal and other state governments are treating the issue of expropriating peasants, farm-workers, petty shop-keepers etc of their small plots of land in the interests of promoters, industrialists and other businessmen. Singur may be but one example of a phenomenon being seen all over the country: Hyderabad, Karnataka, Kerala, Haryana, everywhere. So-called “Special Economic Zones” will merely exacerbate the problem many times over. India and its governments do not belong only to business and industrial lobbies, and what is good for private industrialists may or may not be good for India’s people as a whole. Economic development does not necessarily come to be defined by a few factories or high-rise housing complexes being built here or there on land that has been taken over by the Government, paying paper-money compensation to existing stakeholders, and then resold to promoters or industrialists backed by powerful political interest-groups on a promise that a few thousand new jobs will be created. One fundamental problem has to do with inadequate systems of land-description and definition, implementation and recording of property rights. An equally fundamental problem has to do with fair valuation of land owned by peasants etc. in terms of an inconvertible paper-money. Every serious economist knows that “land” is defined as that specific factor of production and real asset whose supply is fixed and does not increase in response to its price. Every serious economist also knows that paper-money is that nominal asset whose price can be made to catastrophically decline by a massive increase in its supply, i.e. by Government printing more of the paper it holds a monopoly to print. For Government to compensate people with paper-money it prints itself by valuing their land on the basis of an average of the price of the last few years, is for Government to cheat them of the fair present-value of the land. That present-value of land must be calculated in the way the present-value of any asset comes to be calculated, namely, by summing the likely discounted cash-flows of future values. And those future values should account for the likelihood of a massive future inflation causing decline in the value of paper-money in view of the fact we in India have a domestic public debt of some Rs. 30 trillion (Rs. 30 lakh crore) and counting, and money supply growth rates averaging 16-17% per annum. In fact, a responsible Government would, given the inconvertible nature of the rupee, have used foreign exchange or gold as the unit of account in calculating future-values of the land. India’s peasants are probably being cheated by their Government of real assets whose value is expected to rise, receiving nominal paper assets in compensation whose value is expected to fall.”

Mamata Banerjee started her famous protest fast-unto-death in Kolkata not long afterwards, riveting the nation’s attention in the winter of 2006-2007.

What goes for the government buying land on behalf of its businessman friends also goes, mutatis mutandis, for the public sector’s real assets being bought up by the private sector using domestic paper money in a potentially hyperinflationary economy.  If Dr Singh’s new Government wishes to see real public sector assets being sold, let the Government seek to value these assets not in inconvertible rupees which the Government itself has been producing in unlimited quantities but rather in forex or gold-units instead!

Today’s headline says “Short of cash, govt. plans to revive disinvestment ministry”. Big Business’s powerful lobbies will suggest  that real public assets must be sold  (to whom? to organised Big Business of course!) in order to solve the grave fiscal problems in an inflationary economy caused precisely by those grave  fiscal problems! What I said in 2002 at IndiaSeminar may still be found to apply: I said the BJP’s privatisation ideas “deserve to be condemned…because they have made themselves believe that the proceeds of selling the public sector should merely go into patching up the bleeding haemorrhage which is India’s fiscal and monetary situation… (w)hile…Congress were largely responsible for that haemorrhage to have occurred in the first place.”

If the new Government would like to know how to proceed more wisely, they need to read and grasp, in the book edited by myself and Professor John Clarke in 2004-2005, the chapter by Professor Patrick Minford on Margaret Thatcher’s fiscal and monetary policy (macroeconomics) before they read the chapter by Professor Martin Ricketts on Margaret Thatcher’s privatisation (microeconomics).  India’s fiscal and monetary or macroeconomic problems are far worse today than Britain’s were when Thatcher came in.

During the recent Election Campaign, I contrasted Dr Singh’s flattering praise in 2005 of the CPI-M’s Buddhadeb Bhattacharjee with Sonia Gandhi’s pro-Mamata line in 2009 saying the CPI-M had taken land away from the poor.  This may soon signal a new fault-line in the new Cabinet too on economic policy with respect to not only land but also public sector privatisation – with Dr Singh’s pro-Big Business acolytes on one side and Mamata Banerjee’s stance in favour of small-scale unorganised business and labour on the other.  Party heavyweights like Dr Singh himself and Sharad Pawar and Pranab Mukherjee will weigh in one side or the other with Sonia being asked in due course to referee.

I personally am delighted to see the New Rahul Gandhi deciding not to be in Government and to instead reflect further on the “common man” and “common woman” about whom I had described his father talking to me on September 18 1990 at his home. Certainly the “aam admi” is not someone to be found among India’s organised Big Business or organised Big Labour nor their paid lobbyists in the big cities.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

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Parliament’s sovereignty has been diminished by the Executive: A record for future generations to know

Sad to say, Parliament’s sovereignty has been diminished, indeed usurped, by the new Executive Government.

Here is a brief record for future generations to know.

India’s people completed their voting in the 15th General Elections on Wednesday May 13 2009.

The results of how they had spoken, what was their will, were known and declared by Saturday May 16 2009.

There was no legal or logical reason why the 543 members of the 15th Lok Sabha could not have been sworn in as new MPs by the close-of-business on Monday May 18 at the latest.

On Tuesday May 19 the 15th Lok Sabha could have and should have met to elect itself a pro tem or even a permanent Speaker.

The Speaker would have divided the new House into its Government Party and its Opposition.

There would have been a vote of confidence on the floor of the House, which in the circumstances would have been in favour of the Government Party.

Observing this to have taken place, the Hon’ble President of India as the Head of State would have sent for the leader of the Government Party and invited her to form the new Government.

In this particular case, the leader of the largest political party, namely Sonia Gandhi, would have been accompanied perhaps by the Leader of the Lok Sabha, Pranab Mukherjee, as well as her personal nominee for the position of PM, namely, Manmohan Singh.

Sonia Gandhi would have respectfully declined the invitation of the President to be the new Prime Minister, and she would have also explained that she wanted Manmohan Singh to have the position instead.

The President would have said “Very well, Dr Singh, can you please form the Government?”

He would have said, “Yes Madame President it shall be a privilege and an honour to do so”.

The President would have added, “Thank you, and I notice you are not a member of the Lok Sabha at the moment but I am sure you are taking steps towards becoming one.”

End of visit.

Manmohan Singh would have been sworn in as PM and would have gone about adding Ministers at a measured pace.   Later, he would have resigned his Rajya Sabha seat and sought election to the Lok Sabha on the parliamentary precedent set by Alec Douglas-Home.

What has happened instead?

On May 18 2009, instead of 543 members of the 15th Lok Sabha taking their oaths as required by parliamentary law and custom, Dr Singh held a purported “Cabinet”  meeting of the 14th Lok Sabha — a long-since dead institution!

Some of the persons attending this  meeting as purported “Cabinet ministers” had even lost their seats in the elections decided a few days earlier and so had absolutely zero democratically legitimate status left. All these persons then submitted their purported resignations which Dr Singh carried to the President, stating his Government had resigned. The President then appointed him a caretaker PM and he, along with Sonia Gandhi, then went about “staking claim” to form the next Government — turning up at the President’s again with “letters of support” signed by some 322 persons  who were MP-elects but were yet to become MPs formally by not having been sworn in.

The President appeared satisfied the party Sonia Gandhi and Manmohan Singh belonged to would command a majority in prospect in the Lok Sabha and invited him to be PM.   Some major public wrangling then took place with at least one of his allies about cabinet berths — and that is the situation as of the present moment except that Dr Singh and several others have been sworn in as the Council of Ministers even though the  new 15th Lok Sabha of 543 members has still not convened!  It has been all rather sloppy and hardly uplifting.

Parliament is supposed to be sovereign in India.

Not the Executive Government or the largest political party or its leader.

The sovereignty of Parliament required Sonia Gandhi and Dr Singh to have realised

first, that the 14th Lok Sabha stood automatically dissolved when elections were announced;

secondly, that the 15th Lok Sabha could have and should have been sworn in by Monday May 18;

thirdly, that there should have been a vote of confidence in the Lok Sabha immediately which would have gone in favour of the Government Party;

fourthly, that only then should the Executive Government have been sought to be formed;

and of course fifthly, that if that Executive Government was to be led by someone who happened to be a member of the Rajya Sabha and not the Lok Sabha, parliamenary law and custom required him to follow the Douglas-Home precedent of resigning from the former and seeking election to the latter at the earliest opportunity.

Let future generations know that as of today, May 25, the 543 persons whom the people of India voted to constitute the 15th Lok Sabha still remain in limbo without having been sworn in though we already have an Executive Government appointed!

The sovereignty of Parliament, specifically that of the Lok Sabha, has come to be diminished, indeed usurped, by the Executive.   It is the Executive that receives its political legitimacy from Parliament, not vice versa.  Nehru and his generation knew all this intimately well and would have been appalled at where we in the present have been taking it.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

Why has the Sonia Congress done something that the Congress under Nehru-Indira-Rajiv would not have done, namely, exaggerate the power of the Rajya Sabha and diminish the power of the Lok Sabha?

We in India did not invent the idea of Parliament, the British did.  Even the British did not invent the idea of a “Premier Ministre”, the French did that, though the British came to develop its meaning most.  Because these are not our own inventions, when something unusual happens in contemporary India to political entities and offices known as “Parliament”, “Prime Minister” etc, contrast and comparison is inevitable with standards and practices that have prevailed around the world in other parliamentary democracies.

Indeed we in India did not even fully invent the idea of our own Parliament though the national struggle led by the original Indian National Congress caused it to come to be invented.  The Lok Sabha is the outcome of a long and distinguished constitutional and political history from the Morley-Minto reforms a century ago to the Montagu-Chelmsford reforms and Government of India Act of 1919 to the Government of India Act of 1935 and the first general elections of British India in 1937 (when Jawaharlal Nehru briefly became PM for the first time) and in due course the 1946 Constituent Assembly.   Out of all this emerged the 1950 Constitution of India, drafted by that brilliant jurist BR Ambedkar as well as other sober intelligent well-educated and dedicated men and women of his time, and thence arose our first Lok Sabha following the 1951 General Elections.

About the Lok Sabha’s duties, I said in my March 30 2006 article “Logic of Democracy” in The Statesman

“What are Lok Sabha Members and State MLAs legitimately required to be doing in caring for their constituents? First of all, as a body as a whole, they need to elect the Government, i.e. the Executive Branch, and to hold it accountable in Parliament or Assembly. For example, the Comptroller and Auditor General submits his reports directly to the House, and it is the duty of individual legislators to put these to good use in controlling the Government’s waste, fraud or abuse of public resources.   Secondly, MPs and MLAs are obviously supposed to literally represent their individual constituencies in the House, i.e. to bring the Government and the House’s attention to specific problems or contingencies affecting their constituents as a whole, and call for the help, funds and sympathy of the whole community on their behalf.  Thirdly, MPs and MLAs are supposed to respond to pleas and petitions of individual constituents, who may need the influence associated with the dignity of their office to get things rightly done. For example, an impoverished orphan lad once needed surgery to remove a brain tumour; a family helping him was promised the free services of a top brain surgeon if a hospital bed and operating theatre could be arranged. It was only by turning to the local MLA that the family were able to get such arrangements made, and the lad had his tumour taken out at a public hospital. MPs and MLAs are supposed to vote for and create public goods and services, and to use their moral suasion to see that existing public services actually do get to reach the public.”

What about the Rajya Sabha?  I said in the same article:

“Rajya Sabha Members are a different species altogether. Most if not all State Legislative Councils have been abolished, and sadly the present nature of the Rajya Sabha causes similar doubts to arise about its utility. The very idea of a Rajya Sabha was first mooted in embryo form in an 1888 book A History of the Native States of India, Vol I. Gwalior, whose author also advocated popular constitutions for the “Indian India” of the “Native States” since “where there are no popular constitutions, the personal character of the ruler becomes a most important factor in the government… evils are inherent in every government where autocracy is not tempered by a free constitution.”  When Victoria was declared India’s “Empress” in 1877, a “Council of the Empire” was mooted but had remained a non-starter even until the 1887 Jubilee. An “Imperial Council” was now designed of the so-called “Native Princes”, which came to evolve into the “Chamber of Princes” which became the “Council of the States” and the Rajya Sabha.  It was patterned mostly on the British and not the American upper house except in being not liable to dissolution, and compelling periodic retirement of a third of members. The American upper house is an equal if not the senior partner of the lower house. Our Rajya Sabha follows the British upper house in being a chamber which is duty-bound to oversee any exuberance in the Lok Sabha but which must ultimately yield to it if there is any dispute.  Parliament in India’s democracy effectively means the Lok Sabha — where every member has contested and won a direct vote in his/her constituency. The British upper house used to have an aristocratic hereditary component which Tony Blair’s New Labour Government has now removed, so it has now been becoming more like what the Rajya Sabha was supposed to have been like.”

The Canadian upper house is similar to ours in intent: a place for “sober second thought” intended to curb the “democratic excesses” of the lower house.   In the Canadian, British, Australian, Irish and our own cases, the Prime Minister, as the chief executive of the lower house has immense indirect power over the upper house, whether in appointing members or even, in the Australian case, dissolving the entire upper house if he/she wishes.

Now yesterday apparently Shrimati Sonia Gandhi, as the duly elected leader of the largest political party in the 15th Lok Sabha, accompanied by Dr Manmohan Singh, as her party’s choice for the position of Prime Minister, went to see the President of India where the Hon’ble President apparently appointed Dr Singh to be the Prime Minister of India – meaning the Prime Minister of the 15th Lok Sabha, except that Dr Singh is not a member of the Lok Sabha and apparently has had no intent of becoming one.

In 2004 Shrimati Gandhi had declined to accept an invitation to become PM and instead effectively recommended Dr Singh to be PM despite his not being a member of the Lok Sabha nor intending to be so.   This exploited a constitutional loophole to the extent that the drafters of our 1950 Constitution happened not to have explicitly stated that the PM must be from the Lok Sabha.  But the reason the founders of our democratic polity such as BR Ambedkar and Jawaharlal Nehru did not specify that the PM must be from the Lok Sabha was quite simply that it was a matter of complete obviousness to them and to their entire generation that this must be so — it would have been  appalling to them and something beyond their wildest imagination that a later generation, namely our own, would exploit such a loophole and allow a PM to be appointed who is not a member of the Lok Sabha and intends not to be so.

Ambedkar, Nehru and all others of their time knew fully well that the history and intended purpose of the Lok Sabha was completely different from the history and intended purpose of the Rajya Sabha.  They knew too fully well that Lord Curzon had been explicitly denied the leadership of Britain’s Tory Party in 1922 because that would have made him a potential PM  when he was not prepared to be a member of the House of Commons.  That specific precedent culminated a centuries’-old  democratic trend of  political power flowing from monarchs to lords to commoners, and has governed all parliamentary democracies  worldwide ever since — until Dr Singh’s appointment in 2004.

When such an anomalous situation once arose in Britain, Lord Home resigned his membership of the House of Lords to contest a House of Commons seat as Sir Alec Douglas Home so that he could be PM in a manner consistent with parliamentary law.

Dr Singh instead for five years remained PM of India while not being a member of the Lok Sabha.  Even if reasons and exigencies of State could have been cited for such an anomalous situation during his first term, there was really no such reason for him not to contest the 2009 General Election if he wished to be the Congress Party’s prime ministerial candidate a second time.  Numerous Rajya Sabha members alongside him have contested Lok Sabha seats this time, and several have won.

As of today, Dr Singh is due to be sworn in tomorrow as Prime Minister for a second term while still having no declared intention of resigning from the Rajya Sabha and contesting a Lok Sabha seat instead.   What the present-day Congress has done is elect him the leader of the “Congress Parliamentary Party” and claim that it is in such a capacity that he received the invitation to be Prime Minister of India.   But surely if the question had been asked to the Congress Party under Nehru or Indira or Rajiv: “Can you foresee a circumstance ever in which the PM of India is not a member of the Lok Sabha?” their answer in each case would have been a categorical and resounding  “no”.

So the question does arise why the Congress under Sonia Gandhi has with deliberation allowed such an anomalous situation to develop.  Its effect is to completely distort the trends of relative political power between the Lok Sabha and Rajya Sabha.  On the one hand, the Lok Sabha’s power is deliberately made to diminish as the chief executive of the Government of India shall not be from the Lok Sabha but from “the other place” despite the Lok Sabha having greater political legitimacy by having been directly elected by India’s people.   This sets a precedent that  might  get repeated in India  in the future but which contradicts the worldwide trend in parliamentary democracies over decades and centuries in precisely the opposite direction –  of power flowing in the direction of the people not away from them.   On the other hand, the fact this anomalous idea has been pioneered by the elected leader of the largest political party in the Lok Sabha while her PM is in the Rajya Sabha causes a member of the lower house to have unexpected control over the upper house when the latter is supposed to be something of an independent check on the former!

It all really seems an unnecessary muddle and a jumbling up of normal constitutional law and parliamentary procedure.  The Sonia-Manmohan Government at the outset of its second term should hardly want to be seen by history as having set a poor precedent using brute force.  The situation can be corrected with the utmost ease by following the Alec Douglas Home example, with Dr Singh being given a relatively safe seat to contest as soon as possible, if necessary by some newly elected Congress MP resigning and allowing a bye-election to be called.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

Letter to the GoI’s seniormost technical economist, May 21

“May 21 2009    It is wonderful to hear from you and I am honoured to find myself, perhaps accidentally, on the same list as so many of your distinguished colleagues among Government economists.

Your essay is most engaging. I am afraid I disagree with your assessment that the current problems “did not originate in the real sector of the economy” but were “triggered by the excesses of the financial system”. I have said to the contrary There is no clear path to solving the great (alleged) economic and financial crisis because no one wants to admit its roots were the overvaluation (over decades) of American real-estate, and hence American assets in general.”

There is no more real sector than real-estate itself and American real-estate has tended to be overvalued as a result of government policy since the Carter Administration; the accumulated dangers along that path came to explode in the sub-prime crisis. Here as elsewhere in economics, the financial tail has not wagged the non-financial dog but vice versa.

I have also said “(i) foreign central banks might have been left holding more bad US debt than might be remembered, and dollar depreciation and an American inflation seem to be inevitable over the next several years; (ii) all those bad mortgages and foreclosures could vanish within a year or two by playing the demographic card and inviting in a few million new immigrants into the United States; restoring a worldwide idea of an American dream fueled by mass immigration may be the surest way for the American economy to restore itself.”

Re the comparison with the Great Depression, I believe

“there are overriding differences. Most important, the American economy and the world economy are both incomparably larger today in the value of their capital stock, and there has also been enormous technological progress over eight decades. Accordingly, it would take a much vaster event than the present turbulence — say, something like an exchange of multiple nuclear warheads with Russia causing Manhattan and the City of London to be destroyed — before there was a return to something comparable to the 1929 Crash and the Great Depression that followed. Besides, the roots of the crises are different. What happened back then? In 1922, the Genoa Currency Conference wanted to correct the main defect of the pre-1914 gold standard, which was freezing the price of gold while failing to stabilise the purchasing power of money. From 1922 until about 1927, Benjamin Strong of the Federal Reserve Bank of New York adopted price-stabilisation as the new American policy-objective. Britain was off the gold standard and the USA remained on it. The USA, as a major creditor nation, saw massive gold inflows which, by traditional gold standard principles, would have caused a massive inflation. Governor Strong invented the process of “sterilisation” of those gold inflows instead and thwarted the rise in domestic dollar prices of goods and services. Strong’s death in 1928 threw the Federal Reserve System into conflict and intellectual confusion. Dollar stabilisation ended as a policy. Surplus bank money was created on the release of gold that had been previously sterilised. The traditional balance between bulls and bears in the stock-market was upset. Normally, every seller of stock is a bear and every buyer a bull. Now, amateur investors appeared as bulls attracted by the sudden stock price rises, while bears, who sold securities, failed to place their money into deposit and were instead lured into lending it as call money to brokerages who then fuelled these speculative bulls. As of October 22, 1929 about $4 billion was the extent of such speculative lending when Chase National Bank’s customers called in their money. Chase National had to follow their instructions, as did other New York banks. New York’s Stock Exchange could hardly respond to a demand for $4 billion at a short notice and collapsed. Within a year, production had fallen by 26 per cent, prices by 14 per cent, personal income by 14 per cent, and the Greatest Depression of recorded history was in progress — involuntary unemployment levels in America reaching 25 per cent. That is not, by any reading, what we have today. Yes, there has been plenty of bad lending, plenty of duping shareholders and workers and plenty of excessive managerial payoffs. It will all take a large toll, and affect markets across the world. But it will be a toll relative to our plush comfortable modern standards, not those of 1929-1933. In fact, modern decision-makers have the obvious advantage that they can look back at history and know what is not to be done. The US and the world economy are resilient enough to ride over even the extra uncertainty arising from the ongoing presidential campaign, and then some.”

These quotes are from recent publications and may be found most easily under “America’s financial crises” at my site http://www.independentindian.com.

What may be of interest to the Government of India’s economists also may be a sample of my recent short articles on India’s monetary and fiscal economics based on my research beginning with my doctoral work under Frank Hahn at Cambridge in the 1970s and followed by my work with James Buchanan and Milton Friedman in America in the 1980s and 1990s and later. One of these is even named “The Rangarajan Effect” which I first defined at a seminar invited by Dr Jadav at the RBI in May 2005!

http://independentindian.com/2008/08/24/rangarajan-effect/

http://independentindian.com/2008/09/28/monetary-integrity-and-the-rupee/

http://independentindian.com/2007/01/20/indias-macroeconomics/

http://independentindian.com/2007/02/04/fiscal-instability/

http://independentindian.com/2008/07/16/india-in-world-trade-payments/

http://independentindian.com/2007/03/05/fallacious-finance-the-congress-bjp-cpi-m-et-al-may-be-leading-india-to-hyperinflation/

http://independentindian.com/2007/02/20/our-policy-process-self-styled-planners-have-controlled-indias-paper-money-for-decades/

http://independentindian.com/2008/07/28/growth-of-real-income-money-prices-in-india-1869-2004/

http://independentindian.com/2008/07/17/growth-government-delusion/

http://independentindian.com/2008/07/09/indian-inflation-upside-down-economics-from-new-delhis-establishment/

http://independentindian.com/2008/02/26/how-to-budget-thrift-not-theft-should-guide-our-public-finances/

http://independentindian.com/2008/02/21/a-note-on-the-indian-policy-process/

With warm regards,

Cordially,

Subroto Roy, PhD (Cantab.), BScEcon(London)

Sometime Adviser to the Late Rajiv Gandhi, 1990-1991

Starting with Procedural Error: Why has the “Cabinet” of the 14th Lok Sabha been meeting today AFTER the results of the Elections to the 15th Lok Sabha have been declared?!

The 14th Lok Sabha stood automatically dissolved when General Elections to the 15th Lok Sabha were first announced.  A fortiori so did its Council of Ministers and its “Cabinet”.

Yet this morning Dr Manmohan Singh has held a purported “Cabinet Meeting” of the 14th Lok Sabha where its “members” (some of whom lost their seats!)  purportedly submitted their “resignations” which he will then convey to the President with a request that the 14th Lok Sabha be dissolved!

Nyet!

The 14th Lok Sabha was dissolved and came to end eo ipso with the calling of the General Elections and any Council of Ministers and Cabinet that continued in existence was necessarily of a caretaker nature.

The 15th Lok Sabha has been elected as soon as the Election Commission has certified its final results.    There can be no legitimate “Cabinet” of the 14th Lok Sabha subsisting alongside the 15th Lok Sabha even for one logical moment.

It is surprising we must begin perhaps with such a simple procedural error.  It suggests there may be more to come.  We must be sorry to see the steady corrosion of parliamentary law and custom.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

Postscript:   In the interregnum between the dissolution of the 14th  Lok Sabha when General Elections are announced and the  actual  declaration of the results of the 15th, which has in fact taken a month or more, there is no  functioning legislative branch of Government — though I would not disagree that if a national emergency like a war occurred during that period, the President in her wisdom would have a right to recall the 14th Lok Sabha if necessary as a kind of “caretaker” body for the duration of the emergency.

India’s 2009 General Elections: And now finally, all 8,070 Candidates across all 543 Lok Sabha Constituencies

S01-1-AP-Adilabad    1-ADE TUKARAM-M-55    BJP
—    2-KOTNAK RAMESH-M-39    INC
—    3-RATHOD RAMESH-M-43    TDP
—    4-RATHOD SADASHIV NAIK-M-50    BSP
—    5-MESRAM NAGO RAO-M-59    PRAP
—    6-ATHRAM LAXMAN RAO-M-47    IND
—    7-GANTA PENTANNA-M-36    IND
—    8-NETHAVAT RAMDAS-M-39    IND
—    9-BANKA SAHADEVU-M-55    IND
S01-2-AP-Peddapalle    1-GAJJELA SWAMY-M-49    BSP
—    2-GOMASA SRINIVAS-M-41    TRS
—    3-MATHANGI NARSIAH-M-64    BJP
—    4-DR.G.VIVEKANAND-M-51    INC
—    5-AREPELLI DAVID RAJU-M-36    PRAP
—    6-KRISHNA SABBALI-M-39    MCPI(S)
—    7-AMBALA MAHENDAR-M-38    IND
—    8-A. KAMALAMMA-F-36    IND
—    9-GORRE RAMESH-M-42    IND
—    10-NALLALA KANUKAIAH-M-39    IND
—    11-B. MALLAIAH-M-32    IND
—    12-K. RAJASWARI-F-38    IND
—    13-D. RAMULU-M-51    IND
—    14-G.VINAY KUMAR-M-51    IND
—    15-S.LAXMAIAH-M-33    IND
S01-3-AP-Karimnagar    1-CHANDUPATLA JANGA REDDY-M-75    BJP
—    2-PONNAM PRABHAKAR-M-41    INC
—    3-VINOD KUMAR BOINAPALLY-M-49    TRS
—    4-VIRESHAM NALIMELA-M-58    BSP
—    5-RAGULA RAMULU-M-40    RPI(A)
—    6-LINGAMPALLI SRINIVAS REDDY-M-39    MCPI(S)
—    7-VELICHALA RAJENDER RAO-M-46    PRAP
—    8-T. SRIMANNARAYANA-M-68    PPOI
—    9-K. PRABHAKAR-M-43    IND
—    10-KORIVI VENUGOPAL-M-46    IND
—    11-BARIGE GATTAIAH YADAV-M-32    IND
—    12-GADDAM RAJI REDDY-M-48    IND
—    13-PANAKANTI SATISH KUMAR-M-46    IND
—    14-PEDDI RAVINDER-M-29    IND
—    15-B. SURESH-M-32    IND
S01-4-AP-Nizamabad    1-DR. BAPU REDDY-M-59    BJP
—    2-BIGALA GANESH GUPTA-M-39    TRS
—    3-MADHU YASKHI GOUD-M-50    INC
—    4-YEDLA RAMU-M-53    BSP
—    5-DUDDEMPUDI SAMBASIVA RAO CHOUDARY-M-62    LSP
—    6-P.VINAY KUMAR-M-51    PRAP
—    7-DR. V.SATHYANARAYANA MURTHY-M-51    PPOI
—    8-S. SUJATHA-F-43    TPPP
—    9-AARIS MOHAMMED-M-46    IND
—    10-KANDEM PRABHAKAR-M-44    IND
—    11-GADDAM SRINIVAS-M-47    IND
—    12-RAPELLY SRINIVAS-M-34    IND
S01-5-AP-Zahirabad    1-CHENGAL BAGANNA-M-66    BJP
—    2-M.VISHNU MUDIRAJ-M-35    BSP
—    3-SYED YOUSUF ALI-M-54    TRS
—    4-SURESH KUMAR SHETKAR-M-46    INC
—    5-BENJAMIN RAJU-M-39    IJP
—    6-MALKAPURAM SHIVA KUMAR-M-43    PRAP
—    7-MALLESH RAVINDER REDDY-M-39    LSP
—    8-CHITTA RAJESHWAR RAO-M-45    IND
—    9-POWAR SINGH HATTI SINGH-M-36    IND
—    10-BASAVA RAJ PATIL-M-39    IND
S01-6-AP-Medak    1-NARENDRANATH .C-M-45    INC
—    2-P. NIROOP REDDY-M-50    BJP
—    3-VIJAYA SHANTHI .M-F-43    TRS
—    4-Y. SHANKAR GOUD-M-44    BSP
—    5-KOVURI PRABHAKAR-M-51    PPOI
—    6-KHAJA QUAYUM ANWAR-M-43    PRAP
—    7-D. YADESHWAR-M-46    BSP(AP)
—    8-K. SUDHEER REDDY-M-37    LSP
—    9-KUNDETI RAVI-M-32    IND
S01-7-AP-Malkajgiri    1-NALLU INDRASENA REDDY-M-56    BJP
—    2-M.BABU RAO PADMA SALE-M-52    BSP
—    3-BHEEMSEN.T-M-60    TDP
—    4-SARVEY SATYANARAYANA-M-54    INC
—    5-S.D.KRISHNA MURTHY-M-51    TPPP
—    6-T.DEVENDER GOUD-M-56    PRAP
—    7-NARENDER KUMBALA-M-39    BPD
—    8-PRATHANI RAMAKRISHNA-M-42    RKSP
—    9-LION C FRANCIS MJF-M-56    SP
—    10-N V RAMA REDDY-M-54    PPOI
—    11-DR.LAVU RATHAIAH-M-56    LSP
—    12-KANTE KANAKAIAH GANGAPUTHRA-M-63    IND
—    13-KOYAL KAR BHOJARAJ-M-35    IND
—    14-CHENURU VENKATA SUBBA RAO-M-52    IND
—    15-JAJULA BHASKAR-M-34    IND
—    16-LT.COL. (RETD). DUSERLA PAPARAIDU-M-62    IND
—    17-MD.MANSOORALI-M-31    IND
—    18-S.VICTOR-M-40    IND
—    19-K.SRINIVASA RAJU-M-44    IND
S01-8-AP-Secundrabad    1-ANJAN KUMAR YADAV M-M-47    INC
—    2-BANDARU DATTATREYA-M-61    BJP
—    3-M. D. MAHMOOD ALI-M-55    TRS
—    4-M. VENKATESH-M-32    BSP
—    5-SRINIVASA SUDHISH RAMBHOTLA-M-40    TDP
—    6-ABDUS SATTAR MUJAHED-M-41    MUL
—    7-IMDAD JAH-M-64    ANC
—    8-P. DAMODER REDDY-M-48    PPOI
—    9-DR. DASOJU SRAVAN KUMAR-M-41    PRAP
—    10-S. DEVAIAH-M-59    TPPP
—    11-C.V.L. NARASIMHA RAO-M-51    LSP
—    12-DR .POLISHETTY RAM MOHAN-M-57    SAP
—    13-MOHD. OSMAN QURESHEE-M-35    AJBP
—    14-SHIRAZ KHAN-F-39    UWF
—    15-ASEERVADAM LELLAPALLI-M-51    IND
—    16-AMBATI KRISHNA MURTHY-M-50    IND
—    17-B. GOPALA KRISHNA-M-42    IND
—    18-DEVI DAS RAO GHODKE-M-63    IND
—    19-BABER ALI KHAN-M-51    IND
—    20-M. BHAGYA MATHA-F-38    IND
—    21-CH. MURAHARI-M-49    IND
—    22-G. RAJAIAH-M-48    IND
—    23-K. SRINIVASA CHARI-M-49    IND
S01-9-AP-Hyderabad    1-ZAHID ALI KHAN-M-66    TDP
—    2-P. LAXMAN RAO GOUD-M-55    INC
—    3-SATISH AGARWAL-M-38    BJP
—    4-SAMY MOHAMMED-M-29    BSP
—    5-ASADUDDIN OWAISI-M-41    AIMIM
—    6-S. GOPAL SINGH-M-34    ABJS
—    7-TAHER KAMAL KHUNDMIRI-M-52    JD(S)
—    8-FATIMA .A-F-41    PRAP
—    9-P. VENKATESWARA RAO-M-58    PPOI
—    10-D. SURENDER-M-36    TPPP
—    11-AL-KASARY MOULLIM MOHSIN HUSSAIN-M-33    IND
—    12-ALTAF AHMED KHAN-M-43    IND
—    13-M.A. QUDDUS GHORI-M-43    IND
—    14-ZAHID ALI KHAN-M-26    IND
—    15-M.A. BASITH-M-55    IND
—    16-MD. OSMAN-M-43    IND
—    17-B. RAVI YADAV-M-33    IND
—    18-N.L. SRINIVAS-M-31    IND
—    19-M.A. SATTAR-M-29    IND
—    20-D. SADANAND-M-45    IND
—    21-SYED ABDUL GAFFTER-M-51    IND
—    22-SARDAR SINGH-M-62    IND
—    23-M.A. HABEEB-M-31    IND
S01-10-AP-Chelvella    1-JAIPAL REDDY SUDINI-M-67    INC
—    2-A.P.JITHENDER REDDY-M-54    TDP
—    3-BADDAM BAL REDDY-M-64    BJP
—    4-C.SRINIVAS RAO-M-39    BSP
—    5-KASANI GNANESHWAR-M-54    MANP
—    6-KUMMARI GIRI-M-28    PPOI
—    7-DASARA SARALA DEVI-F-39    MCPI(S)
—    8-DR.B.RAGHUVEER REDDY-M-42    LSP
—    9-SAMA SRINIVASULU-M-34    GRIP
—    10-S.MALLA REDDY-M-43    IND
—    11-G.MALLESHAM GOUD-M-32    IND
—    12-RAMESHWARAM JANGAIAH-M-58    IND
—    13-LAXMINARAYANA-M-27    IND
—    14-VENKATRAM NAIK-M-27    IND
—    15-SAYAMOOLA NARSIMULU-M-30    IND
S01-11-AP-Mahbubnagar    1-KUCHAKULLA YADAGIRI REDDY-M-51    BJP
—    2-K. CHANDRASEKHAR RAO-M-55    TRS
—    3-DEVARAKONDA VITTAL RAO-M-57    INC
—    4-PALEM SUDARSHAN GOUD-M-42    BSP
—    5-ABDUL KAREEM KHAJA MOHAMMAD-M-50    LSP
—    6-ASIRVADAM-M-35    GRIP
—    7-KOLLA VENKATESH MADIGA-M-37    TPPP
—    8-GUNDALA VIJAYALAKSHMI-F-61    PPOI
—    9-B. BALRAJ GOUD-M-44    MANP
—    10-MUNISWAMY.C.R-M-32    SJP(R)
—    11-USHAN SATHYAMMA-F-32    IND
—    12-USAIN RANGAMMA-F-50    IND
—    13-YETTI CHINNA YENKAIAH-M-47    IND
—    14-YETTI LINGAIAH-M-52    IND
—    15-KANDUR KURMAIAH-M-56    IND
—    16-KARRE JANGAIAH-M-29    IND
—    17-GANGAPURI RAVINDAR GOUD-M-28    IND
—    18-GAJJA NARSIMULU-M-35    IND
—    19-CHENNAMSETTY DASHARATHA RAMULU HOLEA DASARI-M-31    IND
—    20-M.A. JABBAR-M-39    IND
—    21-DEPALLY MAISAIAH-M-27    IND
—    22-DEPALLY SAYANNA-M-47    IND
—    23-K. NARSIMULU-M-52    IND
—    24-NAGENDER REDDY. K-M-49    IND
—    25-PANDU-M-29    IND
—    26-BUDIGA JANGAM LAXMAMMA-F-30    IND
—    27-MOHAMMAD GHOUSE MOINUDDIN-M-76    IND
—    28-MALA JANGILAMMA-F-50    IND
—    29-RAJESH NAIK-M-29    IND
—    30-RAIKANTI RAMADAS MADIGA-M-40    IND
—    31-V. VENKATESHWARLU-M-32    IND
—    32-B. SEENAIAH GOUD-M-62    IND
S01-12-AP-Nagarkurnool    1-GUVVALA BALARAJU-M-31    TRS
—    2-TANGIRALA PARAMJOTHI-M-50    BSP
—    3-DR. MANDA JAGANNATH-M-57    INC
—    4-DR. T. RATNAKARA-M-50    BJP
—    5-DEVANI SATYANARAYANA-M-39    PRAP
—    6-S.P.FERRY ROY-M-27    PPOI
—    7-G. VIDYASAGAR-M-60    LSP
—    8-ANAPOSALA VENKATESH-M-27    IND
—    9-N. KURUMAIAH-M-27    IND
—    10-BUDDULA SRINIVAS-M-35    IND
—    11-A.V. SHIVA KUMAR-M-42    IND
—    12-SIRIGIRI MANNEM-M-36    IND
—    13-HANUMANTHU-M-28    IND
S01-13-AP-Nalgonda    1-GUTHA SUKENDER REDDY-M-55    INC
—    2-NAZEERUDDIN-M-55    BSP
—    3-VEDIRE SRIRAM REDDY-M-39    BJP
—    4-SURAVARAM SUDHAKAR REDDY-M-67    CPI
—    5-A. NAGESHWAR RAO-M-59    PPOI
—    6-PADURI KARUNA-F-58    PRAP
—    7-DAIDA LINGAIAH-M-51    IND
—    8-MD. NAZEEMUDDIN-M-40    IND
—    9-BOLUSANI KRISHNAIAH-M-45    IND
—    10-BOLLA KARUNAKAR-M-33    IND
—    11-MARRY NEHEMIAH-M-55    IND
—    12-YALAGANDULA RAMU-M-41    IND
—    13-K.V.SRINIVASA CHARYULU-M-30    IND
—    14-SHAIK AHMED-M-57    IND
S01-14-AP-Bhongir    1-KOMATIREDDY RAJ GOPAL REDDY-M-41    INC
—    2-CHINTHA SAMBA MURTHY-M-50    BJP
—    3-NOMULA NARSIMHAIAH-M-49    CPM
—    4-SIDDHARTHA PHOOLEY-M-39    BSP
—    5-CHANDRA MOULI GANDAM-M-48    PRAP
—    6-PALLA PRABHAKAR REDDY-M-64    PPOI
—    7-RACHA SUBHADRA REDDY-F-59    LSP
—    8-GUMMI BAKKA REDDY-M-75    IND
—    9-POOSA BALA KISHAN BESTA-M-35    IND
—    10-PERUKA ANJAIAH-M-46    IND
—    11-MAMIDIGALLA JOHN BABU-M-40    IND
—    12-MEDI NARSIMHA-M-31    IND
—    13-RUPANI RAMESH VADDERA-M-31    IND
—    14-SANGU MALLAYYA-M-66    IND
—    15-SIRUPANGI RAMULU-M-55    IND
S01-15-AP-Warangal    1-JAYAPAL. V-M-63    BJP
—    2-DOMMATI SAMBAIAH-M-45    TDP
—    3-RAJAIAH SIRICILLA-M-55    INC
—    4-RAMAGALLA PARAMESHWAR-M-55    TRS
—    5-LALAIAH P-M-65    BSP
—    6-ONTELA MONDAIAH-M-58    PPOI
—    7-DR. CHANDRAGIRI RAJAMOULY-M-49    PRAP
—    8-BALLEPU VENKAT NARSINGA RAO-M-37    LSP
—    9-KANNAM VENKANNA-M-32    IND
—    10-KRISHNADHI SRILATHA-F-33    IND
—    11-SOMAIAH GANAPURAM-M-39    IND
—    12-DAMERA MOGILI-M-34    IND
—    13-DUBASI NARSING-M-46    IND
—    14-PAKALA DEVADANAM-M-74    IND
—    15-D. SREEDHAR RAO-M-37    IND
S01-16-AP-Mahabubabad    1-KUNJA SRINIVASA RAO-M-31    CPI
—    2-GUMMADI PULLAIAH-M-58    BSP
—    3-B. DILIP-M-35    BJP
—    4-P. BALRAM-M-45    INC
—    5-D.T. NAIK-M-61    PRAP
—    6-PODEM SAMMAIAH-M-31    PPOI
—    7-BANOTH MOLCHAND-M-60    LSP
—    8-KALTHI VEERASWAMY-M-52    IND
—    9-KECHELA RANGA REDDY-M-44    IND
—    10-DATLA NAGESWAR RAO-M-42    IND
—    11-PADIGA YERRAIAH-M-64    IND
—    12-P. SATYANARAYANA-M-32    IND
S01-17-AP-Khammam    1-KAPILAVAI RAVINDER-M-45    BJP
—    2-THONDAPU VENKATESWARA RAO-M-30    BSP
—    3-NAMA NAGESWARA RAO-M-50    TDP
—    4-RENUKA CHOWDHURY-F-54    INC
—    5-JALAGAM HEMAMALINI-F-40    PRAP
—    6-JUPELLI SATYANARAYANA-M-61    LSP
—    7-MANUKONDA RAGHURAM PRASAD-M-55    PPOI
—    8-SHAIK MADAR SAHEB-M-40    TPPP
—    9-AVULA VENKATESWARLU-M-45    IND
—    10-CHANDA LINGAIAH-M-58    IND
—    11-DANDA LINGAIAH-M-59    IND
—    12-BANOTH LAXMA NAIK-M-52    IND
—    13-MALLAVARAPU JEREMIAH-M-63    IND
S01-18-AP-Aruku    1-KISHORE CHANDRA SURYANARAYANA DEO VYRICHERLA-M-62    INC
—    2-KURUSA BOJJAIAH-M-56    BJP
—    3-GADUGU BALLAYYA DORA-M-38    RJD
—    4-MIDIYAM BABU RAO-M-58    CPM
—    5-LAKE RAJA RAO-M-50    BSP
—    6-MEENAKA SIMHACHALAM-M-43    PRAP
—    7-VADIGALA PENTAYYA-M-56    LSP
—    8-APPA RAO KINJEDI-M-48    IND
—    9-ARIKA GUMPA SWAMY-M-60    IND
—    10-ILLA RAMI REDDY-M-54    IND
—    11-JAYALAKSHMI SHAMBUDU-F-39    IND
S01-19-AP-Srikakulam    1-YERRNNAIDU KINJARAPU-M-50    TDP
—    2-KILLI KRUPA RANI-F-47    INC
—    3-TANKALA SUDHAKARA RAO-M-57    BSP
—    4-DUPPALA RAVINDARA BABU-M-38    BJP
—    5-KALYANI VARUDU-F-29    PRAP
—    6-NANDA PRASADA RAO-M-37    PPOI
S01-20-AP-Vizianagaram    1-APPALA NAIDU KONDAPALLI-M-41    TDP
—    2-GOTTAPU CHINAMNAIDU-M-56    BSP
—    3-JHANSI LAXMI BOTCHA-F-45    INC
—    4-SANYASI RAJU PAKALAPATI-M-51    BJP
—    5-KIMIDI GANAPATHI RAO-M-52    PRAP
—    6-LUNKARAN JAIN-M-60    PPOI
—    7-DATTLA SATYA APPALA SIVANANDA RAJU-M-34    LSP
—    8-VENKATA SATYA NARAYANA RAGHUMANDA-M-28    BSSP
—    9-MAHESWARA RAO VARRI-M-35    IND
S01-21-AP-Visakhapatnam    1-I.M.AHMED-M-41    BSP
—    2-DAGGUBATI PURANDESWARI-F-49    INC
—    3-DR.M.V.V.S.MURTHI-M-70    TDP
—    4-D.V.SUBBARAO-M-76    BJP
—    5-PALLA SRINIVASA RAO-M-40    PRAP
—    6-BETHALA KEGIYA RANI-F-26    BSP(AP)
—    7-D.BHARATHI-F-53    PPOI
—    8-D.V.RAMANA (VASU MASTER)-M-37    TPPP
—    9-RAMESH LANKA-M-49    BHSASP
—    10-M.T.VENKATESWARALU-M-42    LSP
—    11-APPARAO GOLAGANA-M-46    IND
—    12-BANDAM VENKATA RAO YADAV-M-32    IND
—    13-YADDANAPUDI RANGARAO-M-78    IND
—    14-YALAMANCHILI PRASAD-M-54    IND
—    15-RANGARAJU KALIDINDI-M-46    IND
S01-22-AP-Anakapalli    1-APPA RAO KIRLA-M-57    BJP
—    2-NOOKARAPU SURYA PRAKASA RAO-M-50    TDP
—    3-BHEEMISETTI NAGESWARARAO-M-41    RJD
—    4-VENKATA RAMANA BABU PILLA-M-35    BSP
—    5-SABBAM HARI-M-55    INC
—    6-ALLU ARAVIND-M-62    PRAP
—    7-PULAMARASETTI VENKATA RAMANA-M-28    PPOI
—    8-BOYINA NAGESWARA RAO-M-52    JD(U)
—    9-NANDA GOPAL GANDHAM-M-60    IND
—    10-PATHALA SATYA RAO-M-46    IND
S01-23-AP-Kakinada    1-DOMMETI SUDHAKAR-M-51    BSP
—    2-M.M.PALLAMRAJU-M-46    INC
—    3-BIKKINA VISWESWARA RAO-M-34    BJP
—    4-VASAMSETTY SATYA-M-44    TDP
—    5-ALURI VIJAYA LAKSHMI-F-64    LSP
—    6-UDAYA KUMAR KONDEPUDI-M-36    TPPP
—    7-GALI SATYAVATHI-F-40    RPI
—    8-GIDLA SIMHACHALAM-M-50    RDMP
—    9-CHALAMALASETTY SUNIL-M-39    PRAP
—    10-NAMALA SATYANARAYANA-M-45    RDHP
—    11-N.PALLAMRAJU-M-52    AJBP
—    12-BUGATHA BANGARRAO-M-48    CPI(ML)(L)
—    13-AKAY SURYANARAYANA-M-50    IND
—    14-CHAGANTI SURYA NARAYANA MURTHY-M-44    IND
—    15-DANAM LAZAR BABU-M-42    IND
—    16-BADAMPUDI BABURAO-M-51    IND
S01-24-AP-Amalapuram    1-KOMMABATTULA UMA MAHESWARA RAO-M-65    BJP
—    2-GEDDAM SAMPADA RAO-M-39    BSP
—    3-DOCTOR GEDELA VARALAKSHMI-F-55    TDP
—    4-G.V.HARSHA KUMAR-M-50    INC
—    5-AKUMARTHI SURYANARAYANA-M-50    TPPP
—    6-KIRAN KUMAR BINEPE-M-43    PBHP
—    7-P.V.CHAKRAVARTHI-M-54    RPI(KH)
—    8-POTHULA PRAMEELA DEVI-F-55    PRAP
—    9-BHEEMARAO RAMJI MUTHABATHULA-M-39    PPOI
—    10-MASA RAMADASU-M-46    RDMP
—    11-YALANGI RAMESH-M-45    IND
S01-25-AP-Rajahmundry    1-ARUNA KUMAR VUNDAVALLI-M-54    INC
—    2-M. MURALI MOHAN-M-68    TDP
—    3-VAJRAPU KOTESWARA RAO-M-43    BSP
—    4-SOMU VEERRAJU-M-51    BJP
—    5-UPPALAPATI VENKATA KRISHNAM RAJU-M-69    PRAP
—    6-DATLA RAYA JAGAPATHI RAJU-M-50    PPOI
—    7-DR. PALADUGU CHANDRA MOULI-M-69    LSP
—    8-MEDAPATI PAPIREDDY-M-30    TPPP
—    9-MEDA SRINIVAS-M-39    RPC(S)
—    10-PARAMATA GANESWARA RAO-M-46    IND
—    11-MUSHINI RAMAKRISHNA RAO-M-51    IND
—    12-VASAMSETTY NAGESWARA RAO-M-46    IND
—    13-SANABOINA SUBHALAKSHMI-F-44    IND
S01-26-AP-Narsapuram    1-KALIDINDI VISWANADHA RAJU-M-39    BSP
—    2-THOTA SITA RAMA LAKSHMI-F-59    TDP
—    3-BAPIRAJU KANUMURU-M-61    INC
—    4-BHUPATHIRAJU SRINIVASA VARMA-M-41    BJP
—    5-ALLURI YUGANDHARA RAJU-M-44    PPOI
—    6-GUBBALA TAMMAIAH-M-61    PRAP
—    7-NAVUNDRU RAJENDRA PRASAD-M-44    BHSASP
—    8-M V R RAJU-M-35    RDMP
—    9-MANORAMA SANKU-F-62    LSP
—    10-KALIDINDI BHIMARAJU-M-73    IND
S01-27-AP-Eluru    1-KAVURI SAMBASIVA RAO-M-65    INC
—    2-KODURI VENKATA SUBBA RAJU-M-46    BJP
—    3-PILLELLLI SUNIL-M-35    BSP
—    4-MAGANTI VENKATESWARA RAO(BABU)-M-49    TDP
—    5-Y.V.S.V. PRASADA RAO (YERNENI PRASADA RAO)-M-61    PPOI
—    6-KOLUSU PEDA REDDAIAH YADAV-M-67    PRAP
—    7-SAVANAPUDI NAGARAJU-M-48    MCPI(S)
—    8-SIRIKI SRINIVAS-M-32    RDMP
—    9-KASI NAIDU KAMMILI-M-39    IND
—    10-TANUKU SEKHAR-M-45    IND
—    11-DODDA KAMESWARA RAO-M-54    IND
—    12-DOWLURI GOVARDHAN-M-32    IND
S01-28-AP-Machilipatnam    1-KONAKALLA NARAYANA RAO-M-59    TDP
—    2-CHIGURUPATI RAMALINGESWARA RAO-M-33    BSP
—    3-BADIGA RAMAKRISHNA-M-66    INC
—    4-BHOGADI RAMA DEVI-F-56    BJP
—    5-KOPPULA VENKATESWARA RAO-M-45    LSP
—    6-CHENNAMSETTI RAMACHANDRAIAH-M-60    PRAP
—    7-YARLAGADDA RAMAMOHANA RAO-M-44    BHSASP
—    8-VARA LAKSHMI KONERU-F-59    PPOI
—    9-G.V. NAGESWARA RAO-M-25    IND
—    10-YENDURI SUBRAMANYESWA RAO ( MANI )-M-50    IND
S01-29-AP-Vijayawada    1-LAGADAPATI RAJA GOPAL-M-45    INC
—    2-LAKA VENGALA RAO-M-38    BJP
—    3-VAMSI MOHAN VALLABHANENI-M-38    TDP
—    4-SISTLA NARASIMHA MURTHY-M-63    BSP
—    5-DEVINENI KISHORE KUMAR-M-59    LSP
—    6-RAGHAVA RAO JAKKA-M-60    PPOI
—    7-RAJIV CHANUMOLU-M-43    PRAP
—    8-APPIKATLA JAWAHAR-M-44    IND
—    9-KRISHNA MURTHY SUNKARA-M-46    IND
—    10-JAKKA TARAKA MALLIKHARJUNA RAO-M-42    IND
—    11-DEVERASETTY RAVINDRA BABU-M-35    IND
—    12-DEVIREDDY RAVINDRANATHA REDDY-M-36    IND
—    13-PERUPOGU VENKATESWARA RAO-M-41    IND
—    14-BAIPUDI NAGESWARA RAO-M-30    IND
—    15-BOPPA VENKATESWARA RAO-M-42    IND
—    16-BOLISETTY HARIBABU-M-46    IND
—    17-VEERLA SANJEEVA RAO-M-44    IND
—    18-VENKATA RAO P.-M-44    IND
—    19-SENAPATHI CHIRANJEEVI-M-36    IND
—    20-SHAIK MASTAN-M-28    IND
S01-30-AP-Guntur    1-MALLELA BABU RAO-M-61    BSP
—    2-RAJENDRA MADALA-M-42    TDP
—    3-YADLAPATI SWARUPARANI-F-51    BJP
—    4-SAMBASIVA RAO RAYAPATI-M-65    INC
—    5-AMANULLA KHAN-M-37    LSP
—    6-KOMMANABOINA LAKSHMAIAH-M-39    RDHP
—    7-THOTA CHANDRA SEKHAR-M-47    PRAP
—    8-YARRAKULA TULASI RAM YADAV-M-29    SP
—    9-VELAGAPUDI LAKSHMANA RAO-M-59    PPOI
—    10-SRINIVASA RAO THOTAKURA-M-34    AJBP
S01-31-AP-Narasaraopet    1-BALASHOWRY VALLABHANENI-M-43    INC
—    2-BEJJAM RATNAKARA RAO-M-48    BSP
—    3-VENUGOPALA REDDY MODUGULA-M-42    TDP
—    4-VALLEPU KRUPA RAO-M-51    BJP
—    5-SAI PRASAD EDARA-M-42    BHSASP
—    6-GANUGAPENTA UTTAMA REDDY-M-30    LSP
—    7-SHAIK SYED SAHEB-M-65    PRAP
—    8-S.G. MASTAN VALI-M-31    PPOI
—    9-ATCHALA NARASIMHA RAO-M-39    IND
—    10-ANNAMRAJU VENUGOPALA MADHAVA RAO-M-37    IND
—    11-KATAMARAJU NALAGORLA-M-61    IND
—    12-SRINIVASA REDDY KESARI-M-40    IND
—    13-YAMPATI VEERANJANEYA REDDY-M-38    IND
—    14-RAMADUGU VENKATA SUBBA RAO-M-45    IND
S01-32-AP-Bapatla    1-DARA SAMBAIAH-M-62    BSP
—    2-PANABAKA LAKSHMI-F-50    INC
—    3-BATTULA ROSAYYA-M-52    BJP
—    4-MALYADRI SRIRAM-M-55    TDP
—    5-GARIKAPATI SUDHAKAR-M-37    RDMP
—    6-NUTHAKKI RAMA RAO-M-61    PRAP
—    7-GUDIPALLI SATHYA BABUJI-M-40    IND
—    8-GORREMUCHU CHINNA RAO-M-42    IND
—    9-GOLLA BABU RAO-M-34    IND
—    10-DEVARAPALLI BUJJI BABU-M-34    IND
S01-33-AP-Ongole    1-MANDAVA VASUDEVA-M-56    BJP
—    2-MADDULURI MALAKONDAIAH YADAV-M-47    TDP
—    3-MAGUNTA SRINIVASULU REDDY-M-55    INC
—    4-CHALUVADI SRINIVASARAO-M-38    PPOI
—    5-DR,NARAYANAM RADHA DEVI-F-57    LSP
—    6-PIDATHALA SAI KALPANA-F-50    PRAP
—    7-SHAIK SHAJAHAN-M-49    UWF
—    8-GARRE RAMAKRISHNA-M-34    IND
—    9-DAMA MOHANA RAO-M-53    IND
—    10-NALAMALAPU LAKSHMINARASAREDDY-M-40    IND
—    11-YATHAPU KONDAREDDY-M-28    IND
S01-34-AP-Nandyal    1-NASYAM MOHAMMED FAROOK-M-57    TDP
—    2-S.MOHAMMED ISMAIL-M-39    BSP
—    3-S.P.Y.REDDY-M-59    INC
—    4-ABDUL SATTAR . G-M-26    BCUF
—    5-PICHHIKE NARENDRA DEV-M-39    RKSP
—    6-BHUMA VENKATA NAGI REDDY-M-45    PRAP
—    7-RAMA JAGANNADHA REDDY TAMIDELA-M-34    LSP
—    8-SADHU VEERA VENKATA RAMANAIAH-M-35    RDMP
—    9-AMBATI RAMESWARA REDDY-M-35    IND
—    10-K.ARTHER PANCHARATNAM-M-44    IND
—    11-B.P.KAMBAGIRI SWAMY-M-36    IND
—    12-GALI RAMA SUBBA REDDY-M-33    IND
—    13-A.U.FAROOQ-M-25    IND
—    14-G.BALASWAMY-M-37    IND
—    15-T.MAHESH NAIDU-M-28    IND
—    16-B.V.RAMI REDDY-M-47    IND
—    17-B.R.L.REDDY-M-40    IND
—    18-VENNUPUSA VENKATESHWARA REDDY-M-35    IND
—    19-SINGAM VENKATESHWARA REDDY-M-35    IND
—    20-T.SRINUVASULU-M-38    IND
—    21-V.SESHI REDDY-M-33    IND
S01-35-AP-Kurnool    1-KOTLA JAYA SURYA PRAKASH REDDY-M-57    INC
—    2-GADDAM RAMAKRISHNA-M-56    BSP
—    3-B.T.NAIDU-M-36    TDP
—    4-RAVI SUBRAMANYAM K.A.-M-39    BJP
—    5-JALLI VENKATESH-M-38    LSP
—    6-DR.DANDIYA KHAJA PEERA-M-55    PRAP
—    7-B.NAGA JAYA CHANDRA REDDY-M-35    RDMP
—    8-DR.P.R.PARAMESWAR REDDY-M-36    PPOI
—    9-DEVI RAMALINGAPPA-M-44    IND
—    10-V.V. RAMANA-M-38    IND
—    11-RAJU-M-45    IND
S01-36-AP-Anantapur    1-ANANTHA VENKATA RAMI REDDY-M-52    INC
—    2-AMBATI RAMA KRISHNA REDDY-M-41    BJP
—    3-KALAVA SRINIVASULU-M-44    TDP
—    4-GADDALA NAGABHUSHANAM-M-45    BSP
—    5-AMARNATH-M-32    LSP
—    6-KRUSHNAPURAM GAYATHRI DEVI-F-36    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-MANSOOR-M-56    PRAP
—    8-G HARI-M-29    PPOI
—    9-T CHANDRA SEKHAR-M-30    IND
—    10-DEVELLA MURALI-M-44    IND
—    11-K P NARAYANA SWAMY-M-41    IND
—    12-J C RAMANUJULA REDDY-M-52    IND
S01-37-AP-Hindupur    1-KRISTAPPA NIMMALA-M-52    TDP
—    2-P KHASIM KHAN-M-53    INC
—    3-NARESH CINE ACTOR-M-45    BJP
—    4-B.S.P.SREERAMULU-M-30    BSP
—    5-KADAPALA SREEKANTA REDDY-M-56    PRAP
—    6-NIRANJAN BABU. K-M-30    LSP
—    7-S. MUSKIN VALI-M-26    PPOI
—    8-K. JAKEER-M-40    IND
—    9-B. NAGABHUSHANA RAO-M-76    IND
—    10-P. PRASAD (PEETLA PRASAD)-M-32    IND
S01-38-AP-Kadapa    1-JAMBAPURAM MUNI REDDY-M-31    BSP
—    2-Y.S. JAGAN MOHAN REDDY-M-36    INC
—    3-PALEM SRIKANTH REDDY-M-45    TDP
—    4-VANGALA SHASHI BHUSHAN REDDY-M-37    BJP
—    5-KASIBHATLA SAINATH SARMA-M-38    RDHP
—    6-N. KISHORE KUMAR REDDY-M-38    JD(S)
—    7-KUNCHAM VENKATA SUBBA REDDY-M-42    RRS
—    8-DR. KHALEEL BASHA-M-60    PRAP
—    9-GAJJALA RAMA SUBBA REDDY-M-57    PPOI
—    10-GUDIPATI. PRASANNA KUMAR-M-55    LSP
—    11-C. GOPI NARASIMHA REDDY-M-31    JD(U)
—    12-CHINNAPA REDDY KOMMA-M-41    BJSH
—    13-Y. SEKHARA REDDY-M-47    RPI(A)
—    14-S. ALI SHER-M-47    IND
—    15-THIMMAPPAGARI VENKATA SIVA REDDY-M-47    IND
—    16-V. NARENDRA-M-39    IND
—    17-S. RAJA MADIGA-M-46    IND
—    18-YELLIPALAM RAMESH REDDY-M-35    IND
—    19-SIVANARAYANA REDDY CHADIPIRALLA-M-39    IND
—    20-J. SUBBARAYUDU-M-51    IND
S01-39-AP-Nellore    1-S. PADMA NAGESWARA RAO-M-58    BSP
—    2-BATHINA NARASIMHA RAO-M-65    BJP
—    3-MEKAPATI RAJAMOHAN REDDY-M-64    INC
—    4-VANTERU VENU GOPALA REDDY-M-59    TDP
—    5-JANA RAMACHANDRAIAH-M-56    PRAP
—    6-VEMURI BHASKARA RAO-M-36    LSP
—    7-SIDDIRAJU SATYANARAYANA-M-43    PPOI
—    8-KARIMULLA-M-42    IND
—    9-MUCHAKALA CHANDRA SEKHAR YADAV-M-40    IND
—    10-VENKATA BHASKAR REDDY DIRISALA-M-37    IND
—    11-SYED HAMZA HUSSAINY-M-46    IND
S01-40-AP-Tirupati    1-CHINTA MOHAN-M-54    INC
—    2-VARLA RAMAIAH-M-57    TDP
—    3-N.VENKATASWAMY-M-77    BJP
—    4-JUVVIGUNTA VENKATESWARLU-M-37    LSP
—    5-DEGALA SURYANARAYANA-M-34    PPOI
—    6-DHANASEKHAR GUNDLURU-M-41    RPI(A)
—    7-VARAPRASADA RAO. V-M-55    PRAP
—    8-OREPALLI VENKATA KRISHNA PRASAD-M-43    IND
—    9-KATTAMANCHI PRABAKHAR-M-40    IND
—    10-YALAVADI MUNIKRISHNAIAH-M-64    IND
S01-41-AP-Rajampet    1-ANNAYYAGARI SAI PRATHAP-M-64    INC
—    2-ALLAPUREDDY. HARINATHA REDDY-M-69    BJP
—    3-RAMESH KUMAR REDDY REDDAPPAGARI-M-44    TDP
—    4-SUNKARA SREENIVAS-M-42    BSP
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—    6-ADI NARAYANA REDDY .V-M-40    BHSASP
—    7-NAGESWARA RAO EDAGOTTU-M-38    LSP
—    8-D.A. SRINIVAS-M-36    PRAP
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—    10-ASADI VENKATADRI-M-41    IND
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S01-42-AP-Chittoor    1-JAYARAM DUGGANI-M-60    BSP
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—    3-NARAMALLI SIVAPRASAD-M-57    TDP
—    4-B.SIVAKUMAR-M-40    BJP
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—    7-G. VENKATACHALAM-M-29    LSP
S02-1-AR-Arunachal West    1-KIREN RIJIJU-M-37    BJP
—    2-TAKAM SANJOY-M-42    INC
—    3-TABA TAKU-M-25    LB
—    4-SUBU KECHI-M-36    IND
S02-2-AR-Arunachal East    1-LOWANGCHA WANGLAT-M-66    AC
—    2-NINONG ERING-M-50    INC
—    3-TAPIR GAO-M-48    BJP
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S03-1-AS-Karimganj    1-RAJESH MALLAH-M-43    AUDF
—    2-LALIT MOHAN SUKLABAIDYA-M-68    INC
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S03-2-AS-Silchar    1-KABINDRA PURKAYASTHA-M-74    BJP
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—    3-BADRUDDIN AJMAL-M-54    AUDF
—    4-SONTOSH MOHAN DEV-M-75    INC
—    5-KANTIMOY DEB-M-60    IND
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—    14-YOGENDRA KUMAR SINGH-M-40    IND
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S03-3-AS-Autonomous District    1-KULENDRA DAULAGUPU-M-36    BJP
—    2-BIREN SINGH ENGTI-M-64    INC
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—    4-ELWIN TERON-M-48    ASDC
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S03-4-AS-Dhubri    1-ANWAR HUSSAIN-M-62    INC
—    2-BADRUDDIN AJMAL-M-54    AUDF
—    3-ARUN DAS-M-39    RWS
—    4-ALOK SEN-M-37    SP
—    5-SOLEMAN ALI-M-45    IND
—    6-SHAHJAHAN ALI-M-39    IND
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S03-5-AS-Kokrajhar    1-SABDA RAM RABHA-M-39    AGP
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—    3-URKHAO GWRA BRAHMA-M-45    IND
S03-6-AS-Barpeta    1-ABDUS SAMAD AHMED-M-41    AUDF
—    2-MD. AMIR ALI-M-42    RJD
—    3-ISMAIL HUSSAIN-M-55    INC
—    4-DURGESWAR DEKA-M-54    CPM
—    5-BHUPEN RAY-M-49    AGP
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—    7-ABDUL KADDUS-M-35    SP
—    8-KANDARPA LAHKAR-M-53    RVNP
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—    10-MUIJ UDDIN MAHMUD-M-51    LJP
—    11-ABDUL KADER-M-41    IND
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S03-7-AS-Gauhati    1-AKSHAY RAJKHOWA-M-49    NCP
—    2-BIJOYA CHAKRAVARTY-F-70    BJP
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—    4-SONABOR ALI-M-58    AUDF
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—    6-DEEPAK KALITA-M-34    SP
—    7-SHIMANTA BRAHMA-M-48    RWS
—    8-AMIT BARUA-M-42    IND
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S03-8-AS-Mangaldoi    1-BADIUJ ZAMAL-M-33    AUDF
—    2-MADHAB RAJBANGSHI-M-53    INC
—    3-RAMEN DEKA-M-55    BJP
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—    7-RATUL KUMAR CHOUDHURY-M-38    SP
—    8-LANKESWAR ACHARJYA-M-45    RDMP
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—    12-BHUPENDRA NATH KAKATI-M-62    IND
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S03-9-AS-Tezpur    1-JITEN SUNDI-M-64    CPM
—    2-DEBA ORANG-M-54    AUDF
—    3-MONI KUMAR SUBBA-M-51    INC
—    4-JOSEPH TOPPO-M-60    AGP
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S03-10-AS-Nowgong    1-ANIL RAJA-M-51    INC
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—    9-ASHIT DUTTA-M-47    IND
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S03-11-AS-Kaliabor    1-GUNIN HAZARIKA-M-61    AGP
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S03-12-AS-Jorhat    1-KAMAKHYA TASA-M-34    BJP
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—    4-ABINASH KISHORE BORAH-M-30    RWS
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—    6-NAVAPROKASH SONOWAL-M-36    IND
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S03-13-AS-Dibrugarh    1-SRI PABAN SINGH GHATOWAR-M-60    INC
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—    3-SRI RATUL GOGOI-M-31    CPI
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S03-14-AS-Lakhimpur    1-DR. ARUN KR. SARMA-M-52    AGP
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—    3-RANEE NARAH-F-45    INC
—    4-GANGADHAR DUTTA-M-39    SHS
—    5-DEBNATH MAJHI-M-30    CPI(ML)(L)
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—    8-RATNESWAR GOGOI-M-63    AIFB
—    9-LALIT MILI-M-53    RDMP
—    10-SONAMONI DAS-M-39    LJP
—    11-ASAP SUNDIGURIA-M-62    IND
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S04-1-BR-Valmiki Nagar    1-DILIP VERMA-M-52    NCP
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S04-2-BR-Paschim Champaran    1-ANIRUDH PRASAD ALIAS SADHU YADAV-M-46    INC
—    2-PRAKASH JHA-M-55    LJP
—    3-RAMASHRAY SINGH-M-65    CPM
—    4-SHAMBHU PRASAD GUPTA-M-50    BSP
—    5-DR. SANJAY JAISWAL-M-44    BJP
—    6-FAIYAZUL AZAM-M-71    JD(S)
—    7-MANOJ KUMAR-M-44    RDMP
—    8-SYED SHAMIM AKHTAR-M-48    LTSD
—    9-NAFIS AHAMAD-M-35    IND
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S04-3-BR-Purvi Champaran    1-AKHILESH PRASAD SINGH-M-40    RJD
—    2-ARVIND KUMAR GUPTA-M-29    INC
—    3-GAGANDEO YADAV-M-59    BSP
—    4-RADHA MOHAN SINGH-M-59    BJP
—    5-RAMCHANDRA PRASAD-M-51    CPI
—    6-UMESH KUMAR SINGH-M-43    SJP(R)
—    7-NAGENDRA SAHANI-M-33    LTSD
—    8-SURESH KUMAR RAJAK-M-45    IJP
—    9-SURESH KUMAR RAI-M-41    BJKVP
—    10-JHAGARU MAHATO-M-48    IND
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—    12-MD. MURTUJA ANSARI ALIAS DR. LAL-M-40    IND
S04-4-BR-Sheohar    1-MD. ANWARUL HAQUE-M-58    BSP
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—    3-RAMA DEVI-F-60    BJP
—    4-LOVELY ANAND-F-35    INC
—    5-SITARAM SINGH-M-60    RJD
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—    8-SHATRUGHNA SAHU-M-38    BJJD
—    9-AJAY KUMAR PANDEY-M-36    IND
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S04-5-BR-Sitamarhi    1-ARJUN ROY-M-37    JD(U)
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—    4-SITARAM YADAV-M-61    RJD
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—    6-CHITARANJAN GIRI-M-42    RPP
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—    8-SHANKAR SINHA-M-51    RSP
—    9-CHANDRIKA PRASAD-M-34    IND
—    10-ZAHID-M-30    IND
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S04-6-BR-Madhubani    1-ABDULBARI SIDDIKI-M-62    RJD
—    2-LAXMANKANT MISHRA-M-48    BSP
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—    4-HUKM DEO NARAYAN YADAV-M-72    BJP
—    5-DR HEMCHANDRA JHA-M-48    CPI
—    6-MINTU KUMAR SINGH-M-30    JGP
—    7-MISHRI LAL YADAV-M-39    RKJP
—    8-RAMCHANDRA YADAV-M-65    KSVP
—    9-RAM SAGAR SAHANI-M-51    IJP
—    10-MD ZINNUR-M-47    IND
—    11-RAVINDRA THAKUR-M-40    IND
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—    13-SANJAY KUMAR MAHTO-M-36    IND
—    14-HARIBHUSHAN THAKUR “BACHOL”-M-44    IND
S04-7-BR-Jhanjharpur    1-KRIPANATH PATHAK-M-65    INC
—    2-GAURI SHANKAR YADAV-M-36    BSP
—    3-DEVENDRA PRASAD YADAV-M-53    RJD
—    4-MANGANI LAL MANDAL-M-60    JD(U)
—    5-DR KIRTAN PRASAD SINGH-M-50    LTSD
—    6-YOGNATH MANDAL-M-36    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-OM PRAKASH-M-27    IND
—    8-NATHUNI YADAV-M-57    IND
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—    11-SHANKAR PRASAD-M-26    IND
S04-8-BR-Supaul    1-ASHOK MAHTO-M-42    BSP
—    2-BALRAM SINGH YADAV-M-54    CPM
—    3-RANJEET RANJAN-F-32    INC
—    4-VISHWA MOHAN KUMAR-M-47    JD(U)
—    5-SURYA NARAYAN YADAV-M-55    LJP
—    6-NARAYAN MANDAL-M-44    SHS
—    7-MANJU DEVI-F-32    IJP
—    8-SHARVAN KUMAR CHOUDHARY-M-33    JD(S)
—    9-SURESH PRASAD MEHTA-M-44    LTSD
—    10-ARBIND KUMAR-M-37    IND
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—    13-RAMCHANDRA PRASAD SINGH-M-69    IND
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—    15-VIJAY KUMAR CHOUDHARY-M-36    IND
—    16-SURESH KUMAR AZAD-M-40    IND
S04-9-BR-Araria    1-ZAKIR HUSSAIN KHAN-M-44    LJP
—    2-PRADEEP KUMAR SINGH-M-43    BJP
—    3-RAJA RAMAN BHASKAR-M-30    BSP
—    4-DR. SHAKEEL AHMAD KHAN-M-44    INC
—    5-AYAJUDIN-M-39    RKJP
—    6-KAMALI DEVI-F-65    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-NASIM AHMAD GHAZI-M-45    RJJM
—    8-ABDUL GAFOOR-M-48    IND
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—    10-OM PRAKASH-M-37    IND
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—    17-LAXMI SADA-M-52    IND
—    18-VIJAY SAH-M-32    IND
—    19-SANJAY KUMAR JHA-M-38    IND
—    20-MD. SAJJAD-M-56    IND
—    21-SATYA NARAYAN WRITER-M-35    IND
—    22-SADA NAND CHOUDHARY-M-50    IND
—    23-SADHANA DEVI-F-34    IND
—    24-SUKDEO PASWAN-M-56    IND
—    25-MOHAMMED SAIFUR RAB-M-41    IND
S04-10-BR-Kishanganj    1-ZUBAIR ALAM-M-54    BSP
—    2-TASLEEM UDDIN-M-67    RJD
—    3-MOHAMMAD ASRARUL HAQUE-M-62    INC
—    4-SYED MAHMOOD ASHRAF-M-44    JD(U)
—    5-TAMAJUL ALI-M-69    BJJD
—    6-MOHAMMAD KHASHIUR RAHMAN-M-72    SJP(R)
—    7-MOHAMMAD NISSAR ALAM-M-25    JMM
—    8-RAJIT PODAR-M-39    ABAS
—    9-ABDUL RAJJAK URF KAL-M-39    IND
—    10-ABHINAV MODI-M-32    IND
—    11-ASGAR MALIK-M-43    IND
—    12-CHOTAY LAL MAHTO-M-32    IND
—    13-MD. TASLIMUDDIN-M-46    IND
—    14-VISHWANATH KEJRIWAL-M-74    IND
—    15-SIKANDER SINGH-M-43    IND
S04-11-BR-Katihar    1-AHMAD ASHFAQUE KARIM-M-53    LJP
—    2-NIKHIL KUMAR CHOUDHARY-M-63    BJP
—    3-MADAN MOHAN NISHAD-M-62    BSP
—    4-SHAH TARIQ ANWAR-M-58    NCP
—    5-OM PRAKASH PODDAR-M-38    BJJD
—    6-MAHBOOB ALAM-M-52    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-MUNNI DEVI-F-35    ABJS
—    8-RAJESH GURNANI-M-38    LTSD
—    9-CHANDU MURMU-M-43    IND
—    10-PHOOLO DEVI-F-40    IND
—    11-BABU LAL MARANDI-M-33    IND
—    12-MANOJ PARASAR-M-44    IND
—    13-MOHAMMAD HAMID MUBARAK-M-33    IND
—    14-RAJGIRI SINGH-M-53    IND
—    15-SUNIL KUMAR CHOUDHARY-M-39    IND
—    16-HIMRAJ SINGH-M-49    IND
S04-12-BR-Purnia    1-UDAY SINGH ALIAS PAPPU SINGH-M-57    BJP
—    2-NAVEEN KUMAR SINGH-M-39    BSP
—    3-SHANKAR JHA-M-48    LJP
—    4-ANIL KUMAR BHARTI-M-33    RVNP
—    5-ASHOK KUMAR SAH-M-55    JMM
—    6-IRSHAD AHMAD KHAN-M-49    LTSD
—    7-MADHAVI SARKAR-F-50    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-MD. AISUR RAHMAN-M-43    IND
—    9-ABDUL SATTAR-M-57    IND
—    10-ALIMUDDIN ANSARI-M-54    IND
—    11-UPENDRA NATH SAGAR-M-60    IND
—    12-KAUSHALYA DEVI-F-39    IND
—    13-JAGDISH PRASAD YADAV-M-63    IND
—    14-JIVACHH PASWAN-M-39    IND
—    15-DEEP NARAYAN SINGH-M-75    IND
—    16-PRAMOD NARAYAN PODDAR-M-52    IND
—    17-VIJAY KUMAR SAH-M-52    IND
—    18-SHANTI PRIYA-F-49    IND
—    19-SHIEKH AKBAR ALI-M-26    IND
—    20-SUNIL KUMAR-M-30    IND
S04-13-BR-Madhepura    1-OMPRAKASH NARAYAN-M-44    CPI
—    2-DR.TARA NAND SADA-M-52    INC
—    3-PROF. RAVINDRA CHARAN YADAV-M-49    RJD
—    4-BINOD KUMAR JHA-M-42    BSP
—    5-SHARAD YADAV-M-61    JD(U)
—    6-DHANOJ KUMAR TANTI-M-26    RVNP
—    7-RAVINDRA KUMAR-M-33    RSWD
—    8-RAJO SAH-M-30    LTSD
—    9-N.K.SINGH-M-66    SAP
—    10-KARPURI RISHIDEO-M-28    IND
—    11-KISHOR KUMAR-M-33    IND
—    12-TIRO SHARAMA-M-59    IND
—    13-DHRUVA KUMAR GUPTA-M-43    IND
—    14-PRASANN KUMAR-M-54    IND
—    15-BALWANT GADHWAL-M-29    IND
—    16-MAHADEO YADAV-M-45    IND
—    17-SAAKAR SURESH YADAV-M-32    IND
S04-14-BR-Darbhanga    1-AJAY KUMAR JALAN-M-49    INC
—    2-MD. ALI ASHRAF FATMI-M-53    RJD
—    3-KIRTI AZAD-M-48    BJP
—    4-YUGESHWAR SAHNI-M-55    BSP
—    5-KUMARI SURESHWARI-F-60    RMEP
—    6-MD. KHURSHID ALAM-M-46    AD
—    7-DURGANAND MAHAVIR NAYAK-M-37    BJJD
—    8-MD. NIZAMUDDIN-M-36    IJP
—    9-SATYANARAYAN MUKHIA-M-41    CPI(ML)(L)
—    10-ABDUR RAHIM-M-49    IND
—    11-GOVIND ACHARAY-M-27    IND
—    12-BHARAT YADAV-M-54    IND
—    13-LALBAHADUR YADAV-M-35    IND
—    14-PROF. HARERAM ACHARAY-M-49    IND
S04-15-BR-Muzaffarpur    1-CAPTAIN JAI NARAYAN PRASAD NISHAD-M-78    JD(U)
—    2-BHAGWANLAL SAHNI-M-57    LJP
—    3-VINITA VIJAY-F-41    INC
—    4-SAMEER KUMAR-M-41    BSP
—    5-JITENDRA YADAV-M-35    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-DINESH KUMAR KUSHWAHA-M-32    RKSP
—    7-DEVENDRA RAKESH-M-49    BJKVP
—    8-NEELU SINGH-F-36    PSS
—    9-MAHENDRA PRASAD-M-63    RPP
—    10-MITHILESH KUMAR-M-40    RASED
—    11-MOHAMMAD SHAMIM-M-31    RDMP
—    12-MD. RAHAMTULLAHA-M-37    ABJS
—    13-RAM DAYAL RAM-M-48    AIFB
—    14-REYAJ AHMAD ATISH-M-62    JGP
—    15-MD. SALEEM-M-36    RVNP
—    16-ASHOK KUMAR LALAN-M-37    IND
—    17-AHMAD RAZA-M-31    IND
—    18-GEORGE FERNANDES-M-78    IND
—    19-TARKESHWAR PASWAN-M-38    IND
—    20-VIJENDRA CHAUDHARY-M-42    IND
—    21-VINOD PASWAN-M-35    IND
—    22-SHAMBHU SAHNI-M-37    IND
—    23-SADANAND KISHORE THAKUR-M-38    IND
—    24-SYED ALAMDAR HUSSAIN-M-27    IND
S04-16-BR-Vaishali    1-RAGHUVANSH PRASAD SINGH-M-62    RJD
—    2-VIJAY KUMAR SHUKLA-M-38    JD(U)
—    3-SHANKAR MAHTO-M-37    BSP
—    4-HIND KESRI YADAV-M-58    INC
—    5-PUNAMRI DEVI-F-37    UWF
—    6-PRAMOD KUMAR SHARMA-M-27    BJKVP
—    7-BADRI PASWAN-M-39    RKSP
—    8-BALAK NATH SAHANI-M-39    IJP
—    9-LALJI KUMAR RAKESH-M-35    RASED
—    10-BINOD PANDIT-M-29    LPSP
—    11-INDARDEO RAI-M-46    IND
—    12-JITENDRA PRASAD-M-34    IND
S04-17-BR-Gopalganj    1-ANIL KUMAR-M-41    RJD
—    2-JANAK RAM-M-37    BSP
—    3-PURNMASI RAM-M-52    JD(U)
—    4-RAMAI RAM-M-66    INC
—    5-MADHU BHARTI-F-39    LTSD
—    6-RAM KUMAR MANJHI-M-30    SBSP
—    7-RAMASHANKAR RAM-M-43    RJJM
—    8-SATYADEO RAM-M-39    CPI(ML)(L)
—    9-ASHA DEVI-F-46    IND
—    10-DINANATH MANJHI-M-31    IND
—    11-DHARMENDRA KUMAR HAZRA-M-41    IND
—    12-BANITHA BAITHA-F-25    IND
—    13-RAJESH KUMAR RAM-M-28    IND
—    14-RAM SURAT RAM-M-42    IND
—    15-SHAMBHU DOM-M-41    IND
—    16-SURENDRA PASWAN-M-28    IND
S04-18-BR-Siwan    1-PARASH NATH PATHAK-M-60    BSP
—    2-BRISHIN PATEL-M-60    JD(U)
—    3-VIJAY SHANKER DUBEY-M-60    INC
—    4-HENA SHAHAB-F-36    RJD
—    5-AMAR NATH YADAV-M-44    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-ASWANI KR. VERMA-M-28    IJP
—    7-MADHURI PANDAY-F-35    SJTP
—    8-LAL BABU TIWARI-M-55    RKSP
—    9-UMESH TIWARY-M-30    IND
—    10-OM PRAKASH YADAV-M-43    IND
—    11-NIDHI KIRTI-F-26    IND
—    12-PRABHU NATH MALI-M-26    IND
—    13-DR. MUNESHWAR PRASAD-M-68    IND
—    14-RAJENDRA KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    15-SHAMBHU NATH PRASAD-M-60    IND
S04-19-BR-Maharajganj    1-UMA SHANAKER SINGH-M-61    RJD
—    2-TARKESHWAR SINGH-M-51    INC
—    3-PRABHU NATH SINGH-M-56    JD(U)
—    4-RAVINDRA NATH MISHRA-M-54    BSP
—    5-RAMESH SINGH KUSHWAHA-M-59    LTSD
—    6-SATYENDRA KR. SAHANI-M-41    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-GAUTAM PRASAD-M-30    IND
—    8-DHURENDRA RAM-M-47    IND
—    9-NAYAN PRASAD-M-53    IND
—    10-PRADEEP MANJHI-M-32    IND
—    11-BANKE BIHARI SINGH-M-25    IND
—    12-RAJESH KUMAR SINGH-M-26    IND
—    13-BREENDA PATHAK-M-63    IND
S04-20-BR-Saran    1-RAJIV PRATAP RUDY-M-48    BJP
—    2-LALU PRASAD-M-60    RJD
—    3-SALIM PERWEZ-M-47    BSP
—    4-SANTOSH PATEL-M-39    LTSD
—    5-SOHEL AKHATAR-M-33    BMF
—    6-KUMAR BALRAM SINGH-M-56    IND
—    7-DHUPENDRA SINGH-M-33    IND
—    8-RAJKUMAR RAI-M-33    IND
—    9-RAJAN HRISHIKESH CHANDRA-M-25    IND
—    10-RAJARAM SAHANI-M-49    IND
—    11-LAL BABU RAY-M-46    IND
—    12-SHEO DAS SINGH-M-74    IND
S04-21-BR-Hajipur    1-DASAI CHOUDHARY-M-52    INC
—    2-MAHESHWAR DAS-M-54    BSP
—    3-RAM VILAS PASWAN-M-61    LJP
—    4-RAM SUNDAR DAS-M-88    JD(U)
—    5-DINESH CHANDRA BHUSHAN-M-36    LTSD
—    6-NAND LAL PASWAN-M-47    IND
—    7-PRATIMA KUMARI-F-33    IND
—    8-RAJENDRA KUMAR PASWAN-M-54    IND
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—    10-VISHWA VIJAY KUMAR VIDHYARTHI-M-30    IND
—    11-SANJAY PASHWAN-M-30    IND
S04-22-BR-Ujiarpur    1-ASWAMEDH DEVI-F-40    JD(U)
—    2-ALOK KUMAR MEHTA-M-40    RJD
—    3-RAMDEO VERMA-M-62    CPM
—    4-VIJAYWANT KUMAR CHOUDHARY-M-60    BSP
—    5-SHEEL KUMAR ROY-M-40    INC
—    6-CHANDRA DEO ROY-M-48    SLP(L)
—    7-JAI NARAYAN SAH-M-53    BJKVP
—    8-JITENDRA KUMAR ROY-M-32    SHS
—    9-TOSHAN SAH-M-62    RPP
—    10-MD. TAUKIR-M-40    SAP
—    11-MASSOD HASSAN-M-29    MUL
—    12-RAMNATH SINGH-M-36    RSWD
—    13-ARJUN SAHNI-M-28    IND
—    14-PRADEEP KUMAR-M-41    IND
—    15-BRAJESH KUMAR NIRALA-M-51    IND
—    16-MANSOOR-M-42    IND
—    17-MOHAN PAUL-M-47    IND
—    18-MOHAMMAD KURBAN-M-43    IND
—    19-RATAN SAHNI-M-46    IND
—    20-RAM SAGAR MAHTO-M-45    IND
—    21-SANJAY KUMAR JHA-M-36    IND
—    22-SUJIT KUMAR BHAGAT-M-29    IND
S04-23-BR-Samastipur    1-DR. ASHOK KUMAR-M-54    INC
—    2-MAHESWER HAZARI-M-38    JD(U)
—    3-RAM CHANDRA PASWAN-M-47    LJP
—    4-BINDESHWAR PASWAN-M-59    BSP
—    5-UPENDRA PASWAN-M-42    LTSD
—    6-JEEBACHH PASWAN-M-41    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-RANDHIR PASWAN-M-27    IND
—    8-RAJA RAM DAS-M-56    IND
—    9-REKHA KUMARI-F-29    IND
—    10-SHIVCHANDRA PASWAN-M-31    IND
—    11-SATISH MAHTO-M-33    IND
S04-24-BR-Begusarai    1-ANIL CHAUDHARY-M-54    LJP
—    2-AMITA BHUSHAN-F-38    INC
—    3-CHANDRASHEKHAR MAHTO-M-62    BSP
—    4-DR. MONAZIR HASSAN-M-51    JD(U)
—    5-SHATRUGHAN PRASAD SINGH-M-68    CPI
—    6-KISHORI PRASHAD MAHTO-M-56    LTSD
—    7-RAM SAH-M-61    RPP
—    8-AMIYA KASHYAP ‘BIKKI’-M-29    IND
—    9-ARUN KUMAR-M-45    IND
—    10-ASHOK SAH-M-36    IND
—    11-DILIP KUMAR-M-35    IND
—    12-NARENDRA KUMAR SINGH ALIAS BOGO SINGH-M-42    IND
—    13-NARAYAN PRASAD HISARIYA-M-57    IND
—    14-RANJEET PASWAN-M-31    IND
—    15-RADHA RAMAN PASWAN-M-61    IND
—    16-RAM DAYAL BHARTI-M-36    IND
—    17-RAM NARESH PRASAD SINGH-M-60    IND
—    18-RAMSHRAYA NISHAD-M-50    IND
—    19-SAJJAN CHAUDHARY-M-34    IND
S04-25-BR-Khagaria    1-ASARFI PRASAD MEHTA-M-63    BSP
—    2-CHOUDHARY MEHBOOB ALI KAISER-M-42    INC
—    3-DINESH CHANDRA YADAV-M-50    JD(U)
—    4-RAVINDAR KR. RANA-M-62    RJD
—    5-PAWAN KUMAR “SUMAN”-M-33    ABDBM
—    6-BABLOO PASWAN-M-35    NNP
—    7-BHARAT KUMAR YADAV-M-52    KVSP
—    8-LAL BAHADUR HIMALAYA-M-38    RDMP
—    9-HARI NANDAN SINGH-M-61    SJP(R)
—    10-GULAB RAJ-M-31    IND
—    11-NAIMUDDIN-M-42    IND
—    12-NEHA CHAUHAN-F-27    IND
—    13-PRADUMNA KUMAR-M-31    IND
—    14-MANJU KUMARI-F-31    IND
—    15-RAM NANDAN YADAV-M-45    IND
—    16-SANGRAM KUMAR-M-27    IND
—    17-SANJAY YADAV-M-41    IND
—    18-SURESH PODDAR-M-47    IND
S04-26-BR-Bhagalpur    1-AJIT SHARMA-M-55    BSP
—    2-SHAKUNI CHOUDHARY-M-64    RJD
—    3-SADANAND SINGH-M-64    INC
—    4-SUBODH ROY-M-65    CPM
—    5-SYED SHAHNAWAZ HUSSAIN-M-40    BJP
—    6-DAYA RAM MANDAL-M-33    BHJAP
—    7-DEEPAK RAM-M-40    BSP(K)
—    8-NARESH MANDAL-M-48    RPP
—    9-MD. IZRAIL-M-49    LTSD
—    10-RAMAN SAH-M-44    BJJD
—    11-RAM VILASH PASWAN-M-45    RWS
—    12-SRINARAYAN GAUSWAMI-M-59    IJP
—    13-AMIT KUMAR JHA-M-50    IND
—    14-ANAND KUMAR JAIN-M-47    IND
—    15-INDRADEO KUMAR SINGH-M-30    IND
—    16-DINESH YADAV-M-30    IND
—    17-DR. N. K. YADAV-M-44    IND
—    18-RATAN KUMAR MANDAL-M-25    IND
—    19-RAVI SHANKAR SINGH-M-25    IND
—    20-LADDU-M-27    IND
—    21-SIKANDAR TANTI-M-34    IND
S04-27-BR-Banka    1-GRIDHARI YADAV-M-44    INC
—    2-JAI PRAKESH NARAIN YADAV-M-55    RJD
—    3-DAMODAR RAWAT-M-47    JD(U)
—    4-MUKESH KUMAR SINGH-M-45    BSP
—    5-SANJAY KUMAR-M-45    CPI
—    6-ANIL KUMAR ALIAS ANIL GUPTA-M-40    JVM
—    7-AMRESHWAR KUMAR-M-29    JGP
—    8-ARVIND KUMAR SAH-M-42    RPP
—    9-KEDAR PRASAD SINGH-M-61    SJP(R)
—    10-MAHBOOB ALAM ANSARI-M-50    BMF
—    11-RAJENDRA PANDIT NETAJEE-M-57    JMM
—    12-VIVEKA NAND JHA-M-44    RDMP
—    13-C.P. SINHA-M-61    LTSD
—    14-DIGVIJAY SINGH-M-54    IND
—    15-NARAYAN RAM-M-45    IND
—    16-MOHD. HUMAYUN-M-33    IND
S04-28-BR-Munger    1-MANNU MAHTO-M-32    BSP
—    2-RAJIV RANJAN SINGH ALIAS LALAN SINGH-M-55    JD(U)
—    3-RAM BADAN ROY-M-54    RJD
—    4-RAM LAKHAN SINGH-M-51    INC
—    5-KUNDAN KUMAR-M-33    BJJD
—    6-PRAMOD KUMAR SINGH-M-40    ABDBM
—    7-BIPIN KUMAR PASWAN-M-26    NBNP
—    8-RAMENDRA MOHAN RAJESH-M-37    RSWD
—    9-LOKNATH KUSHWAHA-M-64    BMF
—    10-UCHIT KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    11-UMA SHANKAR BHAGAT ALIAS TUNTUN BHAIYA-M-46    IND
—    12-NARESH MAHTO-M-36    IND
—    13-PRAMOD KUMAR-M-42    IND
—    14-BRAHMANAND MANDAL-M-55    IND
—    15-RAJENDRA PRASAD SINGH-M-59    IND
—    16-RADHIKA RAMAN SINGH-M-58    IND
—    17-RAMDEO SINGH YADAV-M-59    IND
—    18-SHANKAR LAL CHOKHANI-M-51    IND
—    19-SHAILENDRA KUMAR-M-40    IND
—    20-SURYODAY PASWAN-M-35    IND
S04-29-BR-Nalanda    1-KAUSHALENDRA KUMAR-M-44    JD(U)
—    2-DEV KISHORE RAI-M-55    BSP
—    3-RAMSWAROOP PRASAD-M-70    INC
—    4-SATISH KUMAR-M-51    LJP
—    5-ANIL SINGH-M-46    LTSD
—    6-AMAR KANT SAH-M-44    RPP
—    7-UJJWAL KANT HUNKAR-M-44    MUL
—    8-DEVENDRA PRATAP-M-37    EKSP
—    9-PRIYRANJAN KUMAR-M-27    BJJD
—    10-RANJEET KUMAR-M-32    BPD
—    11-REKHA KUMARI-F-27    AD
—    12-VIJAY KUMAR-M-28    JPS
—    13-VINOD KUMAR PATEL-M-27    LM
—    14-SHASHI YADAV-F-35    CPI(ML)(L)
—    15-SAUDAGAR RAM-M-64    BSKP
—    16-HARICHARAN PRASAD-M-39    BMF
—    17-ARUN KUMAR-M-46    IND
—    18-KAPIL DEO SINGH-M-58    IND
—    19-KUMAR RAJESH-M-25    IND
—    20-KAUSHAL KUMAR KAUSHALENDRA SINHA-M-44    IND
—    21-CHANDRAMANI KUMAR “MANI”-M-53    IND
—    22-JITENDRA KUMAR-M-31    IND
—    23-NARESH PASWAN-M-42    IND
—    24-SANTOSH KUMAR-M-34    IND
—    25-SARYUG PRASAD SAHASTH-M-59    IND
S04-30-BR-Patna Sahib    1-VIJAY KUMAR-M-52    RJD
—    2-SHATRUGHAN SINHA-M-62    BJP
—    3-SHEKHAR SUMAN-M-52    INC
—    4-ON MASUMI-M-37    LTSD
—    5-DR. DIWAKER TEJASWI-M-40    BUDM
—    6-RAM NARAYAN RAI-M-60    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-HASSAN FAIZI HASHMI-M-40    ANC
—    8-ANJANI KUMAR-M-34    IND
—    9-KUMAR RAJIV-M-38    IND
—    10-DEEPAK KUMAR SINGH-M-31    IND
—    11-PANKAJ KUMAR SHARMA-M-36    IND
—    12-PRAMOD KUMAR GUPTA-M-41    IND
—    13-RAM BHAJAN SINGH NISHAD-M-40    IND
—    14-VIDHAN CHANDRA RANA-M-33    IND
—    15-SANJAY VERMA-M-42    IND
—    16-HEMANT KUMAR SINGH-M-52    IND
S04-31-BR-Pataliputra    1-RANJAN PRASAD YADAV-M-64    JD(U)
—    2-LALU PRASAD-M-60    RJD
—    3-VIJAY SINGH YADAV-M-55    INC
—    4-HARENDRA KUMAR PATEL-M-49    BSP
—    5-KIRAN DEVI-F-35    RKJP
—    6-KUNDAN KUMAR-M-26    RWS
—    7-DR. KRISHNADHAR SINGH-M-56    BJKD
—    8-PANCHA DEVI-F-42    JGP
—    9-PRABHUNATH YADAV-M-33    IJP
—    10-MOHAMMAD AFTAB ALAM-M-49    LTSD
—    11-MOHAMMAD SADRUDDIN-M-41    AIFB
—    12-RAMESHWAR PRASAD-M-61    CPI(ML)(L)
—    13-HASAN MANZOOR HASHMI-M-70    ANC
—    14-AWADHESH SHARMA-M-51    IND
—    15-DURGESH NANDAN SINGH-M-25    IND
—    16-SUNIL KUMAR SINGH-M-25    IND
S04-32-BR-Arrah    1-MEENA SINGH-F-44    JD(U)
—    2-RAMA KISHORE SINGH-M-46    LJP
—    3-REETA SINGH-F-40    BSP
—    4-HARIDWAR PRASAD SINGH-M-64    INC
—    5-AJIT PRASAD MEHTA-M-43    JKM
—    6-ARUN SINGH-M-48    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-BHARAT BHUSAN PANDEY-M-35    ABJS
—    8-RAMADHAR SINGH-M-48    SHS
—    9-SAMBHU PRASAD SHARMA-M-57    AIFB
—    10-SANTOSH KUMAR-M-32    RDMP
—    11-SATYA NARAYAN YADAV-M-67    RASED
—    12-SAIYAD GANIUDDIN HAIDER-M-42    ANC
—    13-ASHOK KUMAR SINGH-M-38    IND
—    14-BHARAT SINGH SAHYOGI-M-45    IND
—    15-MAHESH RAM-M-45    IND
—    16-SOBH NATH SINGH-M-39    IND
S04-33-BR-Buxar    1-KAMLA KANT TIWARY-M-67    INC
—    2-JAGADA NAND SINGH-M-65    RJD
—    3-LAL MUNI CHOUBEY-M-71    BJP
—    4-SHYAM LAL SINGH KUSHWAHA-M-54    BSP
—    5-MOKARRAM HUSSAIN-M-57    SBSP
—    6-MOHAN SAH-M-33    BJJD
—    7-RAJENDRA SINGH MAURYA-M-32    LTSD
—    8-DR. VIJENDRA NATH UPADHYAY-M-37    SHS
—    9-SHYAM BIHARI BIND-M-46    JPS
—    10-SATYENDRA OJHA-M-27    AD
—    11-SUDAMA PRASAD-M-41    CPI(ML)(L)
—    12-SURESH WADEKAR-M-38    RPI
—    13-KAMLESH CHOUDHARY-M-35    IND
—    14-JAI SINGH YADAV-M-34    IND
—    15-DADAN SINGH-M-45    IND
—    16-PRATIBHA DEVI-F-40    IND
—    17-PHULAN PANDIT-M-44    IND
—    18-RAJENDRA PASWAN-M-33    IND
—    19-LALLAN RUPNARAIN PATHAK-M-65    IND
—    20-SHIV CHARAN YADAV-M-55    IND
—    21-SUNIL KUMAR DUBEY-M-32    IND
—    22-SURENDRA KUMAR BHARTI-M-38    IND
S04-34-BR-Sasaram    1-GANDHI AZAD-M-62    BSP
—    2-MEIRA KUMAR-F-63    INC
—    3-MUNI LAL-M-61    BJP
—    4-LALAN PASWAN-M-45    RJD
—    5-DUKHI RAM-M-39    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-BABBAN CHAUDHARY-M-39    LTSD
—    7-BALIRAM RAM-M-43    PMSP
—    8-BHOLA PRASAD-M-38    IJP
—    9-RADHA DEBI-F-28    AD
—    10-RAM NAGINA RAM-M-41    RKJP
—    11-RAM YADI RAM-M-72    RPI
—    12-PRAMOD KUMAR-M-26    IND
—    13-BHARAT RAM-M-33    IND
—    14-MUNIYA DEBI-F-41    IND
—    15-RAM PRAVESH RAM-M-47    IND
—    16-SURENDRA RAM-M-39    IND
S04-35-BR-Karakat    1-AWADHESH KUMAR SINGH-M-53    INC
—    2-UPENDRA KUMAR SHARMA-M-47    BSP
—    3-KANTI SINGH-F-54    RJD
—    4-MAHABALI SINGH-M-54    JD(U)
—    5-AJAY KUMAR-M-32    RPI(A)
—    6-JYOTI RASHMI-F-30    RSWD
—    7-MUDREEKA YADAV-M-59    AD
—    8-RAJ KISHOR MISRA-M-30    AJSP
—    9-RAJA RAM SINGH-M-53    CPI(ML)(L)
—    10-MD.SHAMIULLAH MANSOORI-M-62    SSD
—    11-ER.ABDUL SATAR-M-62    IND
—    12-AMAVAS RAM-M-50    IND
—    13-PRO. KAMTA PRASAD YADAV-M-46    IND
—    14-GIRISH NARAYAN SINGH-M-48    IND
—    15-SATISH PANDEY-M-27    IND
—    16-HARI PRASAD SINGH-M-63    IND
S04-36-BR-Jahanabad    1-DR. ARUN KUMAR-M-49    INC
—    2-JAGDISH SHARMA-M-58    JD(U)
—    3-RAMADHAR SHARMA-M-54    BSP
—    4-SURENDRA PRASAD YADAV-M-51    RJD
—    5-AYASHA KHATUN-F-28    LTSD
—    6-PROF. JAI RAM PRASAD SINGH-M-70    SSD
—    7-TARA GUPTA-F-62    RPP
—    8-MAHANAND PRASAD-M-41    CPI(ML)(L)
—    9-RAMASRAY PRASAD SINGH-M-83    RLD
—    10-MD. SAHABUDDIN JAHAN-M-36    BSKP
—    11-SHRAVAN KUMAR-M-32    LM
—    12-SADHU SINHA-M-68    AIFB
—    13-SYED AKBAR IMAM-M-49    ABAS
—    14-AJAY KUMAR VERMA-M-41    IND
—    15-ABHAY KUMAR ANIL-M-41    IND
—    16-DR. ARBIND KUMAR-M-52    IND
—    17-ARVIND PRASAD SINGH-M-43    IND
—    18-UPENDRA PRASAD-M-31    IND
—    19-JAGDISH YADAV-M-40    IND
—    20-PRIKSHIT SINGH-M-36    IND
—    21-PRABHAT KUMAR RANJAN-M-32    IND
—    22-RANJIT SHARMA-M-28    IND
—    23-RAKESHWAR KISHOR-M-35    IND
—    24-SIYA RAM PRASAD-M-40    IND
—    25-SUMIRAK SINGH-M-50    IND
S04-37-BR-Aurangabad    1-ARCHANA CHANDRA-F-32    BSP
—    2-NIKHIL KUMAR-M-67    INC
—    3-SHAKIL AHMAD KHAN-M-61    RJD
—    4-SUSHIL KUMAR SINGH-M-43    JD(U)
—    5-ANIL KUMAR SINGH-M-36    RSWD
—    6-AMERIKA MAHTO-M-48    SSD
—    7-RAM KUMAR MEHTA-M-37    LTSD
—    8-VIJAY PASWAN-M-48    BSKP
—    9-ASLAM ANSARI-M-38    IND
—    10-INDRA DEO RAM-M-58    IND
—    11-UDAY PASWAN-M-41    IND
—    12-PUNA DAS-M-34    IND
—    13-RANJEET KUMAR-M-48    IND
—    14-RAJENDRA YADAV-M-42    IND
—    15-RAMSWARUP PRASAD YADAV-M-72    IND
—    16-SANTOSH KUMAR-M-40    IND
S04-38-BR-Gaya    1-KALAWATI DEVI-F-27    BSP
—    2-RAMJI MANJHI-M-49    RJD
—    3-SANJIV PRASAD TONI-M-52    INC
—    4-HARI MANJHI-M-47    BJP
—    5-DILIP PASWAN-M-41    NBNP
—    6-NIRANJAN KUMAR-M-35    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-RAJESH KUMAR-M-27    LTSD
—    8-RAMDEV ARYA PAAN-M-67    ABJS
—    9-AMAR NATH PRASAD-M-35    IND
—    10-KRISHNA CHOUDHARY-M-26    IND
—    11-KAIL DAS-M-66    IND
—    12-DIPAK PASWAN-M-27    IND
—    13-RAM KISHORE PASWAN-M-36    IND
—    14-RAMU PASWAN-M-29    IND
—    15-SHIV SHANKAR KUMAR-M-33    IND
—    16-SHYAM LAL MANJHI-M-50    IND
S04-39-BR-Nawada    1-GANESH SHANKAR VIDYARTHI-M-85    CPM
—    2-BHOLA SINGH-M-70    BJP
—    3-MASIH UDDIN-M-36    BSP
—    4-VEENA DEVI-F-36    LJP
—    5-SUNILA DEVI-F-38    INC
—    6-UMAKANT RAHI-M-37    SSD
—    7-KAILASH PAL-M-48    BSKP
—    8-VIDHYAPATI SINGH-M-46    LTSD
—    9-SURENDRA KUMAR CHAUDHARY-M-45    SBSP
—    10-AKHILESH SINGH-M-38    IND
—    11-ANIL MEHTA-M-36    IND
—    12-KAUSHAL YADAV-M-39    IND
—    13-CHANCHALA DEVI-F-33    IND
—    14-DURGA PRASAD DHAR-M-29    IND
—    15-NAVIN KUMAR VERMA-M-38    IND
—    16-RAJ KISHOR RAJ-M-43    IND
—    17-RAJ BALLABH PRASAD-M-46    IND
—    18-RAJENDRA VISHAL-M-44    IND
—    19-RAJENDRA SINGH-M-60    IND
—    20-SHAMBHU PRASAD-M-41    IND
—    21-SUNIL KUMAR-M-28    IND
S04-40-BR-Jamui    1-ASHOK CHOUDHARY-M-42    INC
—    2-GAJADHAR RAJAK-M-63    CPI
—    3-BHAGWAN DAS-M-61    BSP
—    4-BHUDEO CHOUDHARY-M-46    JD(U)
—    5-SHYAM RAJAK-M-56    RJD
—    6-ARJUN MANJHI-M-45    JGP
—    7-UPENDRA RAVIDAS-M-30    SAP
—    8-OM PRAKASH PASWAN-M-62    LTSD
—    9-GULAB CHANDRA PASWAN-M-58    RKJP
—    10-NUNDEO MANJHI-M-54    JVM
—    11-PRASADI PASWAN-M-37    JMM
—    12-SUBHASH PASWAN-M-36    STPI
—    13-KAPILDEO DAS-M-55    IND
—    14-JAY SEKHAR MANJHI-M-48    IND
—    15-PAPPU RAJAK-M-40    IND
—    16-YOGENDRA PASWAN-M-37    IND
—    17-VIJAY PASWAN-M-29    IND
—    18-BILAKSHAN RAVIDAS-M-51    IND
—    19-SARYUG PASWAN-M-65    IND
S05-1-GA-North Goa    1-CHRISTOPHER FONSECA-M-55    CPI
—    2-JITENDRA RAGHURAJ DESHPRABHU-M-53    NCP
—    3-RAUT PANDURANG DATTARAM-M-62    MAG
—    4-SHRIPAD YESSO NAIK-M-56    BJP
—    5-UPENDRA CHANDRU GAONKAR-M-48    SHS
—    6-NARACINVA SURYA SALGAONKAR-M-51    IND
—    7-MARTHA D’ SOUZA-F-55    IND
S05-2-GA-South Goa    1-COSME FRANCISCO CAITANO SARDINHA-M-62    INC
—    2-ADV. NARENDRA KESHAV SAWAIKAR-M-42    BJP
—    3-ADV. RAJU MANGESHKAR ALIAS RAJENDRA NAIK-M-52    CPI
—    4-ROHIDAS HARICHANDRA BORKAR-M-63    SGF
—    5-MATANHY SALDANHA-M-60    UGDP
—    6-DIAS JAWAHAR-M-53    IND
—    7-DERICK DIAS-M-41    IND
—    8-FRANCISCO ANTONIO JOAO DE PHILOMENO FERNANDES-M-66    IND
—    9-MULLA SALIM-M-25    IND
—    10-SALUNKE SMITA PRAVEEN-F-38    IND
—    11-HAMZA KHAN-M-57    IND
S06-1-GJ-Kachchh    1-JAT POONAMBEN VELJIBHAI-F-37    BJP
—    2-DANICHA VALJIBHAI PUNAMCHANDRA-M-62    INC
—    3-NAMORI MOHANBHAI LADHABHAI-M-55    BSP
—    4-CHAUHAN MOTILAL DEVJIBHA-M-54    LPSP
—    5-DR. TINA MAGANBHAI PARMAR-F-26    BNJD
—    6-DUNGARIYA BHARMALBHAI NARANBHAI-M-51    SP
—    7-PARMAR MUKESHBHAI MANDANBHAI-M-27    IJP
—    8-BADIYA RAMESH GANGJI-M-26    RKSP
—    9-KANJI ABHABHAI MAHESHWARI-M-59    IND
—    10-GARVA ASMAL THAKARSHI-M-57    IND
—    11-GOVIND JIVABHAI DAFADA-M-27    IND
—    12-MAHESHWARI GANGJI DAYABHAI-M-29    IND
—    13-MAHESHWARI DHANJIBHAI KARSHANBHAI-M-38    IND
—    14-MANGALIYA LILBAI JIVANBHAI-F-28    IND
—    15-MUNSHI BHURALAL KHIMJIBHAI-M-46    IND
—    16-VANZARA HIRABEN DALPATBHAI-F-38    IND
—    17-SARESA NANJI BHANJIBHAI-M-55    IND
S06-2-GJ-Banaskantha    1-GADHVI MUKESHKUMAR BHAIRAVDANJI-M-47    INC
—    2-CHETANBHAI KALABHAI SOLANKI-M-28    BSP
—    3-CHAUDHARI HARIBHAI PARATHIBHAI-M-54    BJP
—    4-AMRUTBHAI LAKHUBHAI PATEL(FOSI)-M-49    MJP
—    5-KATARIYA HASMUKHBHAI RAVJIBHAI-M-34    LSWP
—    6-LODHA ISHVARBHAI MAHADEVBHAI-M-57    ABJS
—    7-KARNAVAT YOGESHKUMAR BHIKHABHAI-M-31    IND
—    8-PARSANI MAHMAD SIKANDAR JALALBHAI-M-30    IND
—    9-PUROHIT ASHOKBHAI CHHAGANBHAI-M-32    IND
—    10-MAJIRANA BHOPAJI AASHAJI-M-68    IND
—    11-ROOTHAR LEBUJI PARBATJI-M-32    IND
—    12-SHARDABEN BHIKHABHAI PARMAR-F-45    IND
—    13-SAVJIBHAI PATHUBHAI RAJGOR-M-34    IND
—    14-SIPAI AAIYUBBHAI IBRAHIMBHAI-M-35    IND
—    15-SHRIMALI ASHOKBHAI BALCHANDBHAI-M-40    IND
S06-3-GJ-Patan    1-KHOKHAR MAHEBOOBKHAN RAHEMATKHAN-M-50    BSP
—    2-JAGDISH THAKOR-M-51    INC
—    3-BAROT SANJAYBHAI MAGANBHAI-M-50    NCP
—    4-RATHOD BHAVSINHBHAI DAHYABHAI-M-68    BJP
—    5-PATAVAT MAHAMMADBHAI SHARIFBHAI-M-50    SP
—    6-PATEL NARANBHAI PRAGDASBHAI-M-55    MJP
—    7-RAVAL BHURABHAI MOTIBHAI-M-45    BNJD
—    8-KANUBHAI BHURABHAI MAHESHVARI (MANDOVARA)-M-60    IND
—    9-CHAUDHARY KIRTIKUMAR JESANGBHAI-M-30    IND
—    10-CHAUDHARY MANSINHBHAI MANABHAI-M-32    IND
—    11-JUDAL GANESHBHAI MEGHRAJBHAI-M-35    IND
—    12-PATEL DILIPKUMAR LILACHAND-M-31    IND
—    13-PATEL MANORBHAI VIRAMDAS-M-68    IND
—    14-PATEL RAMESHBHAI GOVINDBHAI-M-45    IND
—    15-BRAHMAKSHATRIY NIRUPABEN NATVARLAL-F-35    IND
—    16-RAJPUT JAGATSINH SAMANTSING-M-29    IND
S06-4-GJ-Mahesana    1-ZALA RUDRADATTSINH VANRAJSINH-M-27    BSP
—    2-PATEL JAYSHREEBEN KANUBHAI-F-50    BJP
—    3-PATEL JIVABHAI AMBALAL-M-70    INC
—    4-THAKOR AMARSINH RAMSINH (BABUJI)-M-40    MJP
—    5-DR. P. C. PATEL M.B.B.S., M.D.-M-50    BRP
—    6-BABUBHAI ISHWARBHAI PRAJAPATI-M-52    VHS
—    7-CHAVDA SHANKARJI BADARJI-M-55    IND
—    8-THAKOR RAMANJI SHIVAJI-M-56    IND
—    9-NAYEE KOKILABEN MANUBHAI ALIAS MAHENDRABHAI-F-39    IND
—    10-PATEL JIVRAMBHAI HIRDAS-M-67    IND
—    11-PATEL MANOJKUMAR BAHECHARDAS-M-58    IND
—    12-PATEL LALJIBHAI KESHAVLAL-M-48    IND
S06-5-GJ-Sabarkantha    1-CHAUHAN MAHENDRASINH-M-55    BJP
—    2-MISTRY MADHUSUDAN-M-63    INC
—    3-RAMLAVAT VIKRAMSINH LAXMANSINH-M-31    BSP
—    4-KADARI MOLANA RIYAZ-M-46    SP
—    5-PARMAR MINABA DIPSINH-F-30    IJP
—    6-SINHALI DASHRATH CHANDULAL-M-55    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-CHAUHAN MAHENDRASINH PADAMSINH-M-36    IND
—    8-TRIVEDI BALKRUSHN PRANLAL-M-71    IND
—    9-PATEL KANTIBHAI KHUSHALBHAI-M-73    IND
—    10-PATEL DANABHAI BECHARBHAI-M-65    IND
—    11-RATHOD SABIRMIYA AMIRMIYA-M-51    IND
—    12-SOLANKI CHHAGANBHAI KEVALABHAI-M-63    IND
S06-6-GJ-Gandhinagar    1-L.K.ADVANI-M-81    BJP
—    2-PATEL SURESHKUMAR CHATURDAS (SURESH PATEL)-M-57    INC
—    3-RAKESH PANDEY-M-31    BSP
—    4-ASHOKKUMAR ISHVARBHAI PATEL-M-33    BNJD
—    5-KHALIFA SAMSUDDIN NASIRUDDIN (JUGNU)-M-46    LSWP
—    6-TRIVEDI SUNILBHAI MANUBHAI-M-47    MJP
—    7-FIROZ DEHLVI-M-41    AIMF
—    8-MEMON FATAMABEN FARUKBHAI-F-42    IJP
—    9-KALPESHKUMAR RAJANIKANT MODI-M-42    IND
—    10-THAKUR RAKESHBHAI RAJDEVSINGH-M-36    IND
—    11-PATEL SIDDHESH DINESHBHAI-M-28    IND
—    12-PARIKH HETA KUMARPAL-F-45    IND
—    13-BRAHMBHATT SANJAYBHAI AMARKUMAR-M-39    IND
—    14-MAKWANA ANILKUMAR SOMABHAI-M-44    IND
—    15-DR.MALLIKA SARABHAI-F-55    IND
—    16-MAHANTSHRI DHARAMDASBAPU-M-45    IND
—    17-RAHUL CHIMANBHAI MEHTA-M-40    IND
—    18-VAGHELA SUKHDEVSINH PARBATSINH-M-51    IND
—    19-SHAH MUKESH-M-32    IND
S06-7-GJ-Ahmedabad East    1-PATEL BHOLABHAI VALJIBHAI (KAKDIYA)-M-62    NCP
—    2-BABARIYA DIPAKBHAI RATILAL-M-57    INC
—    3-VIRUBHAI N. VANZARA-M-52    BSP
—    4-HARIN PATHAK-M-62    BJP
—    5-PATEL PRAVIN RAMBHAI-M-45    MJP
—    6-PREMHARI RAMESHCHANDRA SHARMA-M-36    NLHP
—    7-BHATT SANJIV INDRAVADAN-M-38    BNJD
—    8-RAJPUT RANJEETSINGH RAMSHANKARSINH-M-37    IJP
—    9-RAJPUT SANJITKUMAR RADHAKRISHNASINH-M-29    SP
—    10-DR. N. T. SENGAL-M-57    LSWP
—    11-HASRATH JAYRAM PAGARE-M-61    RSPS
—    12-KHODABHAI LALJIBHAI DESAI-M-42    IND
—    13-THAKKAR PARESHBHAI RASIKLAL-M-29    IND
—    14-PATEL BHAVINBHAI AMRUTBHAI-M-38    IND
—    15-BUDHDHPRIYA JASVANT SOMABHAI-M-64    IND
—    16-MAURYA RAJESH HARIRAM-M-33    IND
—    17-SHARMA ANILKUMAR BRIJENDRABHAI-M-51    IND
—    18-SHARMA BRIJESHKUMAR UJAGARLAL-M-28    IND
S06-8-GJ-Ahmedabad West    1-PARMAR SHAILESH MANHARLAL-M-39    INC
—    2-DR. PRAVIN S. SOLANKI-M-44    BSP
—    3-DR. SOLANKI KIRITBHAI PREMJIBHAI-M-59    BJP
—    4-PARMAR MOHANBHAI KARSHANBHAI-M-53    LPSP
—    5-MAKWANA ISHWARBHAI DHANABHAI-M-58    LJP
—    6-VIJAYKUMAR MANJIBHAI VADHER-M-37    AIMF
—    7-SAVLE BHIKA FULA-M-31    RPI(A)
—    8-SHIRSATH VEDUBHAI KAUTIKBHAI-M-36    IJP
—    9-SANKHALIYA NARENDRASINH MANSINH-M-47    LSWP
—    10-CHAUHAN PRAHLADBHAI NATTHUBHAI-M-55    IND
—    11-VANZARA DALPATBHAI KHIMABHAI-M-42    IND
—    12-VORA RATNABEN DAHYABHAI-F-42    IND
—    13-SHAH ISHWARBHAI KHANDAS-M-74    IND
—    14-SOLANKI KANTIBHAI HEMABHAI-M-47    IND
—    15-SOLANKI RAMESHBHAI DANABHAI-M-48    IND
—    16-SOLANKI VITTHALBHAI MAGANBHAI-M-49    IND
S06-9-GJ-Surendranagar    1-KOLI PATEL SOMABHAI-M-68    INC
—    2-PATEL MOHANBHAI DAHYABHAI-M-56    BSP
—    3-MER LALJIBHAI CHATURBHAI-M-53    BJP
—    4-JAGRUTIBEN BABULAL GADA (SHAH)-F-39    MJP
—    5-DHAVANIYA BACHUBHAI CHHAGANBHAI-M-58    LPSP
—    6-PATADIYA KHIMJIBHAI HARAJIVANBHAI-M-52    KKJHS
—    7-VAGHELA SATUBHA KANUBHA-M-75    ABJS
—    8-KORDIA ALTAFBHAI VALIBHAI-M-25    IND
—    9-JADAV BHAGWANBHAI MATHURBHAI-M-56    IND
—    10-DABHI MOHANBHAI TULSHIBHAI-M-63    IND
—    11-DERVALIA MEDHABHAI KALABHAI-M-51    IND
—    12-NAYAKPRA HITESH BHAGVANGIBHAI-M-40    IND
—    13-PATEL ASHOKKUMAR CHIMANLAL-M-54    IND
—    14-BHARATBHAI RAMNIKLAL MAKWANA-M-43    IND
—    15-BHATIYA NARANBHAI KEHARBHAI-M-45    IND
—    16-UKABHAI AMARABHAI MAKWANA-M-40    IND
—    17-MER MAVJIBHAI KUKABHAI-M-63    IND
—    18-RABA HARSURBHAI RAMBHAI-M-63    IND
—    19-SAVUKIYA LALJIBHAI MOHANLAL-M-50    IND
—    20-SOLANKI KARSHANBHAI JIVABHAI-M-38    IND
S06-10-GJ-Rajkot    1-KIRANKUMAR VALJIBHAI BHALODIA (PATEL)-M-56    BJP
—    2-KUVARJIBHAI MOHANBHAI BAVALIA-M-54    INC
—    3-DHEDHI DALEECHANDBHAI LIRABHAI (PATEL)-M-54    BSP
—    4-SUDHIR JOSHI-M-67    CPM
—    5-KUBAVAT BABUDAS CHHAGANDAS-M-63    ABJS
—    6-GOKALBHAI KHODABHAI PARMAR-M-53    LPSP
—    7-JASVANTBHAI RANCHHODBHAI SABHAYA-M-38    SP
—    8-JADEJA SATUBHA AMARSANG-M-41    NSCP
—    9-NARENDRASINH TAPUBHA JADEJA-M-35    RKSP
—    10-BABULAL DEVJIBHAI GHAVA-M-42    LJP
—    11-VEKARIA ALPESHBHAI KESHUBHAI-M-32    MJP
—    12-AJITSINH HARISINH JADEJA-M-55    IND
—    13-ARVINDBHAI JADAVJIBHAI RATHOD-M-42    IND
—    14-KESHUBHAI DHANJIBHAI VEKARIYA-M-30    IND
—    15-CHAVDA LAKHMANBHAI DEVJIBHAI-M-49    IND
—    16-DR. ZAKIRHUSEN MATHAKIYA-M-38    IND
—    17-DUDHATRA MUKUNDBHAI GOVINDBHAI-M-41    IND
—    18-NAYANBHAI HASHMUKHBHAI UPADHYAY-M-42    IND
—    19-PRAVINBHAI MEGHJIBHAI DENGADA-M-46    IND
—    20-BHIKHABHAI KURJIBHAI SADADIYA-M-57    IND
—    21-MULTANI SUBHANBHAI POPATBHAI-M-52    IND
—    22-RABARI MOMAIYABHAI ALABHAI-M-60    IND
—    23-DR.RAJESHKUMAR SHANTIBHAI MAKADIA (PATEL)-M-35    IND
—    24-VEKARIYA PRAGJIBHAI NATHUBHAI-M-60    IND
—    25-SAROLA GEETABEN MANJIBHAI-F-32    IND
—    26-HARSODA MAHESH HIRABHAI-M-25    IND
—    27-HIRABHAI GORDHANBHAI CHANGELA-M-58    IND
S06-11-GJ-Porbandar    1-KHACHARIYA MANSUKHBHAI SHAMJIBHAI-M-49    BJP
—    2-CHANDRAVADIYA MEHULKUMAR KARSANBHAI-M-25    BSP
—    3-RADADIYA VITTHALBHAI HANSRAJBHAI-M-51    INC
—    4-JADEJA NATHABHAI JIVABHAI-M-33    IJP
—    5-PATOLIYA MANOJBHAI SAMJIBHAI-M-49    IND
—    6-BHATT NITINBHAI VRUJLAL-M-44    IND
—    7-RAJENDRA AMRUTLAL PARMAR-M-31    IND
S06-12-GJ-Jamnagar    1-AHIR VIKRAMBHAI ARJANBHAI MADAM-M-51    INC
—    2-CHAVDA JAYSUKHBHAI TRIKAMBHAI-M-38    BSP
—    3-MUNGRA RAMESHBHAI DEVRAJBHAI-M-55    BJP
—    4-CHAUHAN DINESHBHAI KALABHAI-M-63    RPI(A)
—    5-JADEJA HITENDRASINH JAYVANTSINH-M-32    RKSP
—    6-MANHARBHAI KACHARABHAI RATHOD-M-31    RSP(S)
—    7-DR. VASANTBHAI MANILAL SANGHAVI-M-74    ABJS
—    8-VADHER CHANDUBHA MANUBHA-M-50    MJP
—    9-GOJIYA VIRABHAI MALDEBHAI-M-40    IND
—    10-CHAVDA DEVAYATBHAI JIVABHAI-M-58    IND
—    11-DOSANI IDRISBHAI ISMAILBHAI-M-29    IND
—    12-DEVGANA GAURIBEN MOHANBHAI-F-36    IND
—    13-DHARMENDRABHAI MAGANLAL PATEL-M-31    IND
—    14-NOYDA MAMAD NATHUBHAI-M-61    IND
—    15-PADHIYAR GOVINDBHAI LALJIBHAI-M-39    IND
—    16-PARMAR BHURALAL MEGHJIBHAI-M-61    IND
—    17-POPATPUTRA RAFIK ABUBAKAR-M-53    IND
—    18-BHAGAD SALIM OSMAN-M-30    IND
—    19-MAHESHBHAI PARSOTAMBHAI VADI-M-30    IND
—    20-VYAS RAJESH SHIVSHANKAR-M-48    IND
—    21-SACHADA HABIBBHAI ISHABHAI-M-50    IND
—    22-SAGATHIYA VINODBHAI VIRJIBHAI-M-38    IND
S06-13-GJ-Junagadh    1-BARAD JASHUBHAI DHANABHAI-M-54    INC
—    2-SOLANKI DINUBHAI BOGHABHAI-M-51    BJP
—    3-KUNJADIYA VALLABHBHAI RAMBHAI-M-46    ABMSD
—    4-CHANDULAL BHANUBHAI DHADUK (CHANDRESHBHAI)-M-42    MJP
—    5-DANGAR BRIJESH RAMBHAI-M-31    RWS
—    6-BHUT ASHOKBHAI BHIMJIBHAI-M-56    RSP(S)
—    7-MAHIDA CHANDRASINH HAMIRBHAI-M-50    RPI(A)
—    8-HUSENKHAN SARVARKHAN PATHAN-M-60    SP
—    9-HETALKUMAR NAROTAMBHAI THUMBAR-M-30    BNJD
—    10-KAMALIYA VASHRAMBHAI PUNJABHAI-M-56    IND
—    11-DR. KOYANI BHARATKUMAR KANJIBHAI-M-50    IND
—    12-CHAND MOHAMAD YUSUF UMARBHAI-M-38    IND
—    13-PARMAR SAVJIBHAI BHIKHABHAI-M-39    IND
—    14-VALA VIRAMBHAI NATHUBHAI-M-58    IND
—    15-SEVRA BACHUBHAI KALABHAI-M-62    IND
—    16-HARILAL RANCHHODBHAI CHAUHAN-M-63    IND
S06-14-GJ-Amreli    1-KACHHADIA NARANBHAI-M-53    BJP
—    2-NILABEN VIRJIBHAI THUMMAR-F-48    INC
—    3-D.B.BHAROLA-M-39    BSP
—    4-MADHUBHAI BHUVA-M-61    NCP
—    5-KASVALA JAYSUKHABHAI LALJIBHAI-M-39    LSWP
—    6-BARAIYA CHANDRAKANT RAMJIBHAI (CHANDU PATEL)-M-41    SP
—    7-MAKAVANA SAMATBHAI BHIKHABHAI-M-37    RKSP
—    8-RAMESH GOHIL-M-46    MJP
—    9-ASLALIYA CHANDUBHAI RANABHAI-M-38    IND
—    10-KHOKHAR GULMAHMAD ISMILE-M-40    IND
—    11-GOHIL RAMBHAI JINABHAI-M-53    IND
—    12-NILABEN THUMAR-F-42    IND
—    13-RAMESHBHAI JASHABHAI PARMAR-M-32    IND
—    14-VALJIBHAI LALLUBHAI SHIROYA-M-62    IND
—    15-SANGANI RAMESHBHAI KANUBHAI-M-27    IND
—    16-SUKHADIA NATHALAL V.-M-34    IND
S06-15-GJ-Bhavnagar    1-GOHILMAHAVIRSINHBHAGIRATHSINH-M-52    INC
—    2-RANA RAJENDRASINH GHANSHYAMSINH-M-53    BJP
—    3-BORICHA VALJIBHAI BAGHABHAI-M-51    BSP
—    4-ATUL HARSHADRAI PANDYA-M-46    BNJD
—    5-GOHIL NANAJIBHAI MADHABHAI-M-38    RPI(A)
—    6-ZADAFIA GORDHANBHAI PRAGJIBHAI-M-54    MJP
—    7-DABHI DEVJIBHAI MEGHABHAI-M-29    SJP(R)
—    8-YADAV(KOLI) TULSHIBHAI RAMJIBHAI-M-67    SP
—    9-SAPARIA DINESH NANUBHAI-M-45    LPSP
—    10-KATARIA ZINABHAI NAGAJIBHAI-M-49    IND
—    11-CHUDASAMA MEPABHAI MAVJIBHAI-M-42    IND
—    12-CHAUHAN DHIRUBHAI KARSHANBHAI-M-39    IND
—    13-NARESHBHAI NANAJIBHAI SONANI-M-36    IND
—    14-PUNANI MUKESHBHI MAGANBHAI-M-43    IND
—    15-M.I.SOLANKI-M-50    IND
—    16-HARIN RAMNIKLAL MAKWANA-M-37    IND
S06-16-GJ-Anand    1-PATEL DIPAKBHAI CHIMANBHAI-M-61    BJP
—    2-PARMAR BABUBHAI BECHARBHAI-M-65    NCP
—    3-SOLANKI BHARATBHAI MADHAVSINH-M-55    INC
—    4-PARMAR HITENDRASINH MOHANSINH-M-54    SP
—    5-RATHOD HIMMATBHAI MOHANHAI-M-45    IJP
—    6-SAMIRBHAI GIRISHBHAI PATEL-M-32    SVPP
—    7-CHAVDA KAUSHIKKMAR RAJIVBHAI-M-35    IND
—    8-DAVE AMRISHBHAI VADILAL-M-40    IND
—    9-PATEL JAYESHBHAI ARVINDBHAI-M-44    IND
—    10-BHARATBHAI VINUBHAI BHOI-M-33    IND
—    11-MALEK GULAMMAHMMED ABDULKARIM-M-62    IND
—    12-LALJIBHAI GANESHJI PUROHIT-M-64    IND
—    13-LEELABEN RAVJIBHAI PARMAR-F-48    IND
—    14-SAIYED MAHEBUBALI HUSAINMIYA-M-56    IND
—    15-SOLANKI BHARAT BABUBHAI-M-25    IND
S06-17-GJ-Kheda    1-CHAUHAN DEVUSINH JESINGBHAI-M-44    BJP
—    2-CHAUHAN RATANSINH UDESINH-M-61    BSP
—    3-DINSHA PATEL-M-71    INC
—    4-DODIYA HEMALSINH DAJIBHAI ALIAS DODIYA BATUKSINH-M-40    MJP
—    5-ALPESHSINH SURUBHA VAGHELA-M-31    IND
—    6-CHRISTI VASANTBHAI OTABHAI-M-38    IND
—    7-KHALIFA ZAKIRHUSEN GULAMNABI-M-37    IND
—    8-PATEL BHARATKUMAR VISHNUBHAI-M-33    IND
—    9-SHEKH TAUFIKHUSEN GULAMRASUL-M-36    IND
S06-18-GJ-Panchmahal    1-CHAUHAN PRABHATSINH PRATAPSINH-M-67    BJP
—    2-BAROT PRAKASHKUMAR MANEKLAL-M-53    BSP
—    3-VAGHELA SHANKERSINH LAXMANSINH-M-68    INC
—    4-MANSURI MUKHTYAR MOHAMAD-M-49    ABMSD
—    5-SHAIKH KALIM A.LATIF-M-42    LJP
S06-19-GJ-Dahod    1-KATARA SINGJIBHAI JALJIBHAI-M-62    CPM
—    2-KALARA RAMSINGBHAI NANJIBHAI-M-37    BSP
—    3-DAMOR SOMJIBHAI PUNJABHAI-M-70    BJP
—    4-DR. PRABHA KISHOR TAVIAD-F-54    INC
—    5-MEDA KALSINHBHAI TAJSINHBHAI-M-57    NCP
—    6-PARMAR DINESHBHAI NAGJIBHAI-M-28    IJP
—    7-K.C.MUNIA ADVOCATE-M-61    SP
S06-20-GJ-Vadodara    1-GAEKWAD SATYAJITSINH DULIPSINH-M-46    INC
—    2-PUROHIT VINAYKUMAR RAMANBHAI-M-36    BSP
—    3-BALKRISHNA KHANDERAO SHUKLA (BALU SHUKLA)-M-45    BJP
—    4-GIRISHBHAI MADHAVLAL BHAVSAR-M-42    IND
—    5-THAVARDAS AMULRAI CHOITHANI-M-63    IND
—    6-TAPAN DASGUPTA (TAPANBHAI)-M-45    IND
—    7-VASAVA HARILAL SHANABHAI-M-46    IND
S06-21-GJ-Chhota Udaipur    1-BHIL PRAKASHBHAI SOMABHAI-M-36    BSP
—    2-RATHWA NARANBHAI JEMLABHAI-M-55    INC
—    3-RATHWA RAMSINGBHAI PATALBHAI-M-57    BJP
—    4-VASAVA(BHIL) VITTHALBHAI VENIBHAI-M-63    IND
S06-22-GJ-Bharuch    1-UMERJI AHMED UGHARATDAR (AZIZ TANKARVI)-M-64    INC
—    2-PANDEY SANATKUMAR RAJARAM-M-32    BSP
—    3-BALVANTSINH VIJAYSINH PARMAR-M-53    NCP
—    4-MANSUKHBHAI DHANJIBHAI VASAVA-M-52    BJP
—    5-KANAKSINH MANGROLA-M-58    SP
—    6-NARENDRASINH RANDHIRSINH VASHI-M-37    LSWP
—    7-PATEL NARESHKUMAR BHAGVANBHAI (NARESH PATEL)-M-48    MJP
—    8-PATEL MEHRUNNISHA VALLI ADAM-F-40    LJP
—    9-VASAVA CHHOTUBHAI AMARSINHBHAI-M-62    JD(U)
—    10-SURESHBHAI GORDHANBHAI VASAVA-M-40    ABJS
—    11-GOHIL HEMANTKUMAR JERAMBHAI-M-31    IND
—    12-DILIPKUMAR GULSINGBHAI VASAVA-M-32    IND
—    13-PATEL THAKORBHAI CHANDULAL-M-58    IND
—    14-LAKDAWALA SHAKIL AHEMAD-M-43    IND
—    15-LAD MAHIPATBHAI MAGANBHAI-M-52    IND
S06-23-GJ-Bardoli    1-GAMIT RANJANBEN CHIMANBHAI-F-38    BSP
—    2-CHAUDHARI TUSHARBHAI AMRASINHBHAI-M-43    INC
—    3-PATEL SONABEN BHIKHUBHAI-F-73    CPI
—    4-VASAVA RITESHKUMAR AMARSINH-M-32    BJP
—    5-CHAUDHARI KAMLESHBHAI PRABHUBHAI-M-37    JD(U)
—    6-PATEL VIJAYKUMAR HARIBHAI-M-39    MJP
—    7-RATHOD PRAVINBHAI BHULABHAI-M-45    SP
—    8-ARJUNBHAI BHALJIBHAI CHAUDHARI-M-52    IND
—    9-GAMIT THAKORBHAI MANEKJIBHAI-M-58    IND
—    10-GAMIT SUMANBHAI NARSINHBHAI-M-48    IND
—    11-RATHOD SUKABHAI MANGABHAI-M-52    IND
—    12-VASAVA PRAVINSINH JAGATSINH-M-29    IND
S06-24-GJ-Surat    1-AJAYKUMAR DINESHBHAI PATEL-M-33    BSP
—    2-GAJERA DHIRUBHAI HARIBHAI-M-58    INC
—    3-SHRIMATI DARSHANA VIKRAM JARDOSH-F-48    BJP
—    4-PATEL KANUBHAI HARIBHAI-M-48    LSWP
—    5-PRAJAPATI MUKESHBHAI AMBALIYA-M-32    LPSP
—    6-FAKIRBHAI CHAUHAN-M-70    MJP
—    7-BATHVAR NARESHBHAI NANJIBHAI-M-52    RPI(A)
—    8-SHASHIKANT KAPURE-M-32    RPIE
—    9-SURESHBHAI CHHAGANBHAI CHOTALIYA-M-37    RKSP
—    10-NAGMAL PRABHAKARBHAI SOMABHAI-M-50    IND
—    11-PATEL SAVITABEN CHHAGANBHAI-F-51    IND
—    12-PYARELAL BHARTI-M-42    IND
—    13-PROF. BAJPAI RAKESH R.-M-37    IND
—    14-MAKVANA ANANDBHAI KESHAVBHAI (KOLI)-M-31    IND
—    15-MOHAMMAD AIYUB ABDUL RAHEMAN SHAIKH-M-40    IND
S06-25-GJ-Navsari    1-DHANSUKHA RAJPUT-M-51    INC
—    2-NAIK YOGESHKUMAR THAKORBHAI-M-54    NCP
—    3-C. R. PATIL-M-54    BJP
—    4-SHAILESHBHAI BISHESWAR SHRIVASTAV-M-37    BSP
—    5-AAZADKUMAR CHATURBHAI PATEL-M-33    SVPP
—    6-YADAV GANGAPRASAD LALANBHAI-M-55    MJP
—    7-KANUBHAI DEVJIBHAI SUKHADIA-M-47    IND
—    8-JASHAVANTBHAI DALPATBHAI PANCHAL (ADVOCATE)-M-48    IND
—    9-TARUNBHAI CHAMPAKBHAI PATEL-M-39    IND
—    10-PATEL PRAVINCHANDRA MANILAL-M-52    IND
—    11-RATHOD GOVINDBHAI LAXMANBHAI (RIKSHAWALA)-M-52    IND
—    12-VARANKAR KAMALBEN KASHIRAM-F-50    IND
—    13-SHATRUDHANDAS OMKARDAS SUGAT (BAIRAGI)-M-78    IND
—    14-SATYAJIT JAYANTILAL SHETH-M-41    IND
S06-26-GJ-Valsad    1-KISHANBHAI VESTABHAI PATEL-M-46    INC
—    2-GAVLI CHHAGANBHAI PILUBHAI-M-43    BSP
—    3-PATEL DHIRUBHAI CHHAGANBHAI (DR. D.C.PATEL)-M-53    BJP
—    4-PANKAJKUMAR PARABHUBHAI PATEL-M-40    ADSP
—    5-BHOYE NAYNESHBHAI MADHUBHAI-M-31    SP
—    6-VARALI LAXMANBHAI CHHAGANBHAI-M-51    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-PATEL RAMBHAI KOYABHAI-M-59    IND
S07-1-HR-Ambala    1-CHANDER PAL-M-63    BSP
—    2-RATTAN LAL KATARIA-M-57    BJP
—    3-SELJA-F-46    INC
—    4-DALVIR SINGH-M-42    HJCBL
—    5-HEM RAJ-M-46    LJP
—    6-AMAR SINGH-M-53    IND
—    7-NARINDER KUMAR-M-37    IND
S07-2-HR-Kurukshetra    1-ASHOK KUMAR ARORA-M-49    INLD
—    2-GURDYAL SINGH SAINI-M-62    BSP
—    3-NAVEEN JINDAL-M-39    INC
—    4-JASWANT SINGH CHEEMA-M-61    HJCBL
—    5-PARDHAN CHAND CHAUHAN-M-47    SP
—    6-DR. ASHWINI SHARMA HRITTWAL-M-46    IND
—    7-ATAM PARKASH-M-52    IND
—    8-TARSEM LAL-M-47    IND
—    9-YASH PAL-M-51    IND
—    10-RAN SINGH-M-27    IND
—    11-VIRENDER SINGH-M-29    IND
—    12-VISHNU BHAGWAN AGGARWAL-M-61    IND
—    13-SUNEETA DHARIWAL-F-40    IND
—    14-SUBHASH MAHENDRA-M-47    IND
S07-3-HR-Sirsa    1-ASHOK TANWAR-M-33    INC
—    2-RAJESH KUMAR-M-35    BSP
—    3-COMRADE RAM KUMAR-M-41    CPM
—    4-DR. SITA RAM-M-41    INLD
—    5-RAJ KUMAR NAGAR-M-38    JKNPP
—    6-RAJENDRA PRASAD-M-43    HJCBL
—    7-SWARN SINGH-M-37    RASJP
—    8-HANS RAJ-M-37    RPI
—    9-JAIBIR SINGH-M-26    IND
—    10-DESRAJ-M-53    IND
—    11-NARENDER PAL-M-41    IND
—    12-PAWAN KUMAR-M-39    IND
—    13-PUSHPA RANI-F-39    IND
—    14-VAZIR SINGH-M-41    IND
—    15-SHANKER LAL-M-54    IND
S07-4-HR-Hisar    1-JAI PARKASH-M-56    INC
—    2-RAM DAYAL-M-63    BSP
—    3-SAMPAT SINGH-M-62    INLD
—    4-KARAN SINGH-M-36    BRPP
—    5-KRISHAN KUMAR S/O HARIRAM-M-43    RASJP
—    6-GULAB SINGH-M-47    NELU
—    7-JANG BAHADUR-M-35    BHBP
—    8-BHAJAN LAL S/O KHERAJ-M-77    HJCBL
—    9-ROSHAN LAL-M-51    IJP
—    10-SATPAL-M-27    SMBHP
—    11-SATPAL SINGH-M-43    LJP
—    12-ANUP-M-32    IND
—    13-MEHTA ANOOP KUMAR-M-44    IND
—    14-AZAD SINGH-M-39    IND
—    15-UMRAV SINGH-M-37    IND
—    16-KULDEEP SINGH-M-27    IND
—    17-KULWANT SINGH-M-41    IND
—    18-ARYA KRISHAN-M-40    IND
—    19-KRISHAN KUMAR S/O GOPI RAM-M-37    IND
—    20-CHHOTU RAM S/O KIRTA RAM-M-41    IND
—    21-CHHOTU RAM S/O LADHU RAM-M-44    IND
—    22-JAGDISH CHANDER ASIJA-M-35    IND
—    23-JAG RAM-M-41    IND
—    24-JOGENDER KUMAR-M-38    IND
—    25-DEVI LAL-M-29    IND
—    26-DEVENDER-M-26    IND
—    27-NAND KISHOR-M-54    IND
—    28-PARVESH-M-31    IND
—    29-BHAJAN LAL S/O DHARAMPAL-M-27    IND
—    30-BHATERI-F-39    IND
—    31-MANU DIGVIJAY SINGH-M-33    IND
—    32-RAJ KUMAR-M-42    IND
—    33-RAJENDER-M-45    IND
—    34-ROHTAS-M-37    IND
—    35-SHAMSHER-M-36    IND
—    36-SHARVAN KUMAR-M-28    IND
—    37-SANJAY KUMAR-M-25    IND
—    38-SANDEEP-M-25    IND
S07-5-HR-Karnal    1-ARVIND KUMAR SHARMA-M-46    INC
—    2-MAM CHAND-M-66    CPI
—    3-MARATHA VIRENDER VERMA-M-58    BSP
—    4-I.D.SWAMI-M-79    BJP
—    5-KALPANA SINGH-F-34    RPI(A)
—    6-PREM KUMAR-M-38    SHS
—    7-MANOJ KUMAR KASHYAP-M-36    VAJP
—    8-DR. RAMESH CHHABRA-M-57    HJCBL
—    9-RAJIV AHUJA-M-43    SP
—    10-RAM PAL-M-44    RASAP
—    11-HAWA SINGH-M-41    RASJP
—    12-ANOOP SINGH-M-28    IND
—    13-ASHOK KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    14-DUSHYANT KUMAR-M-30    IND
—    15-NARENDER SAROHA-M-34    IND
—    16-BALWAN SINGH RUHAL-M-43    IND
—    17-MUKESH KUMARI-F-33    IND
—    18-RAMESH SINGLA-M-40    IND
—    19-LAL SINGH KASHYAP-M-59    IND
—    20-SHIV PARSAD-M-56    IND
—    21-SANJEEV-M-44    IND
—    22-ARYA SUSHIL GARG-M-42    IND
—    23-SUSHIL GURJAR SIRSI-M-28    IND
S07-6-HR-Sonipat    1-KISHAN SINGH SANGWAN-M-59    BJP
—    2-JITENDER SINGH-M-40    INC
—    3-DEVRAJ DEEWAN-M-66    BSP
—    4-SUKHBIR SINGH-M-53    NCP
—    5-PT. UMESH SHARMA-M-41    HJCBL
—    6-OM PARKASH MEHTA-M-45    BHC
—    7-KRISHAN KUMAR-M-42    LJP
—    8-GEJENDER-M-39    KKJHS
—    9-JYOTI PARKASH-M-28    SP
—    10-MADANGOPAL-M-35    RDMP
—    11-RAJ PAL-M-37    CPIMLL
—    12-RAJENDER SINGH-M-48    UWF
—    13-ROHTASH REDHU-M-33    SMBHP
—    14-SUSHILA-F-42    JCP
—    15-DALBIR SINGH-M-39    IND
—    16-SANT DHARAMVIR CHOTIWALA-M-37    IND
—    17-BALWAN KASHYAP-M-50    IND
—    18-BIJENDER KUMAR-M-31    IND
—    19-RAJESH KHAN MACHHRI-M-28    IND
—    20-DR. VEERENDER ARYAVRAT-M-36    IND
—    21-SHIV NARAYAN-M-45    IND
S07-7-HR-Rohtak    1-DEEPENDER SINGH-M-31    INC
—    2-NAFE SINGH RATHEE-M-51    INLD
—    3-RAJ KUMAR-M-58    BSP
—    4-KRISHAN MURTI-M-60    HJCBL
—    5-RAJBIR-M-33    IJP
—    6-SUDESH-M-36    RPI(A)
—    7-SUDESH KUMAR AGGARWAL-M-56    SMBHP
—    8-ANUP SINGH MATANHEL-M-64    IND
—    9-ASHOK-M-42    IND
—    10-ASHA NAND-M-38    IND
—    11-KARAN SINGH-M-60    IND
—    12-GORAV-M-31    IND
—    13-JASMER-M-38    IND
—    14-JASVIR ARYA-M-43    IND
—    15-RISHAL SINGH-M-52    IND
—    16-SATYAWAN RANGA-M-33    IND
S07-8-HR-Bhiwani-Mahendragarh    1-AJAY SINGH CHAUTALA-M-44    INLD
—    2-ANIL KAUSHIK-M-45    NCP
—    3-VIKRAM SINGH-M-54    BSP
—    4-SHRUTI CHOUDHRY-F-33    INC
—    5-JAI SINGH-M-39    IJP
—    6-NARENDER SINGH-M-46    HJCBL
—    7-NEELKANWAL @ NEELAM AGGARWAL-F-53    SMBHP
—    8-MAHENDER SINGH-M-30    BHBP
—    9-VED PRAKASH-M-54    NSSP
—    10-SAROJ YADAV-F-48    SP
—    11-HANSRAJ-M-37    RPI(A)
—    12-AJAY SINGH-M-43    IND
—    13-ABHAY SINGH-M-51    IND
—    14-JAIMAL SINGH-M-65    IND
—    15-DHARMENDER SINGH-M-47    IND
—    16-DR. PURAN MAL SHARMA-M-73    IND
—    17-PYARELAL-M-42    IND
—    18-BIRENDER SINGH-M-27    IND
—    19-MANMOHAN SINGH-M-32    IND
—    20-ENGINEER MAHABIR SINGH YADAV-M-50    IND
—    21-RAJ KUMAR-M-32    IND
—    22-RAJESH KUMAR S/O BRIJ LAL-M-36    IND
—    23-RAJESH KUMAR S/O HAWA SINGH-M-33    IND
—    24-LAXMI NARAYAN ASEEJA-M-40    IND
—    25-VINOD KUMAR-M-38    IND
—    26-SHRICHAND-M-60    IND
—    27-SURENDER-M-30    IND
—    28-SURESH KUMAR-M-43    IND
—    29-HARISH KUMAR-M-35    IND
S07-9-HR-Gurgaon    1-INDERJIT SINGH-M-59    INC
—    2-ZAKIR HUSSAIN-M-47    BSP
—    3-DINESH CHANDER YADAV-M-48    NCP
—    4-SUDHA-F-44    BJP
—    5-ISHPAL SINGH TOMER-M-62    RDMP
—    6-NARVIR SINGH-M-48    HJCBL
—    7-PRABHU LAL BATRA-M-71    RASAP
—    8-BUDH RAM-M-46    JKM
—    9-YASHPAL-M-33    LJP
—    10-RAMESH KUMAR-M-36    JKNPP
—    11-SATEESH KUMAR SINGH-M-38    SMBHP
—    12-SUNIL YADAV-M-26    SP
—    13-AMAR MOHMMAD-M-33    IND
—    14-KUSHESHWAR BHAGAT-M-38    IND
—    15-JAGAN-M-34    IND
—    16-NAZIR AHMED-M-36    IND
—    17-NARESH YADAV-M-27    IND
—    18-NAVEEN-M-37    IND
—    19-BALWANT SINGH AGGARWAL-M-59    IND
—    20-BIMLA DEVI-F-53    IND
—    21-MANBIR SINGH-M-30    IND
—    22-RAKESH-M-38    IND
—    23-SATBEER SINGH KUNDU-M-50    IND
—    24-SATINDER SINGH THAKRAN-M-25    IND
S07-10-HR-Faridabad    1-AVTAR SINGH BHADANA-M-53    INC
—    2-CHETAN SHARMA-M-43    BSP
—    3-RAMCHANDER BAINDA-M-58    BJP
—    4-GAJENDER PRATAP BHADANA-M-46    AIFB(S)
—    5-CHANDER BHATIA-M-46    HJCBL
—    6-DEVINDER-M-41    JJJKMC
—    7-NISAR AHMED-M-46    RND
—    8-BABU LAL-M-58    JUP
—    9-MUKESH KUMAR JOSHI-M-42    HYRP
—    10-REKHA SINGH-F-42    SMBHP
—    11-LATA RANI-F-31    SP
—    12-SUBHASH-M-40    RWS
—    13-SURAJ BHAN-M-63    RJAP
—    14-AVTAR SINGH-M-33    IND
—    15-TEEKA RAM HOODA-M-33    IND
—    16-BRIJ BHUSHAN-M-36    IND
—    17-YASH PAL NAGAR-M-49    IND
—    18-SAMSUDDIN-M-44    IND
—    19-SAHI RAM RAWAT-M-40    IND
—    20-DR K P SINGH-M-50    IND
—    21-SUKHBIR SINGH-M-46    IND
—    22-SUNDER SINGH-M-50    IND
—    23-HARSH BHATIA-M-48    IND
S08-1-HP-Kangra    1-CHANDER KUMAR-M-64    INC
—    2-COL.NARINDER SINGH PATHANIA-M-56    BSP
—    3-DR. RAJAN SUSHANT-M-53    BJP
—    4-KESHAB-M-53    LJP
—    5-JOGINDER SINGH-M-46    SHS
—    6-NIRMLA SHARMA-F-54    RWS
—    7-KAPIL KUMAR CHAUDHARY-M-28    IND
—    8-DHANI RAM-M-73    IND
—    9-PARTAP SINGH-M-59    IND
—    10-ROSHAN LAL-M-55    IND
S08-2-HP-Mandi    1-ONKAR SHAD-M-49    CPM
—    2-MAHESHWAR SINGH-M-60    BJP
—    3-LALA RAM-M-33    BSP
—    4-VIRBHADRA SINGH-M-74    INC
—    5-HOOKAM CHAND SHASTRI-M-56    RWS
—    6-SHAN MOHAMMAD-M-46    IND
S08-3-HP-Hamirpur    1-ANURAG SINGH THAKUR-M-34    BJP
—    2-NARINDER THAKUR-M-51    INC
—    3-MANGAT RAM SHARMA-M-44    BSP
—    4-PANKAJ KATNA-M-31    SHS
—    5-MALKIAT SINGH-M-52    RRD
—    6-RAJ KUMAR-M-44    RWS
—    7-DR. RAJENDER SHARMA-M-64    IND
—    8-ER. SANDEEP SHARMA-M-37    IND
S08-4-HP-Shimla    1-DHANI RAM SHANDIL-M-68    INC
—    2-VIRENDER KASHYAP-M-58    BJP
—    3-SOM NATH-M-51    BSP
—    4-GURNAM SINGH CHANDEL-M-36    SP
—    5-BRIJ LAL-M-30    SHS
—    6-ROOP RAM-M-51    IND
—    7-SHURVEER SINGH-M-28    IND
S09-1-JK-Baramulla    1-SHARIEF UD DIN SHARIQ-M-74    JKN
—    2-GH MUSTAFA KASANA-M-60    BSP
—    3-MOHAMMAD IQBAL JAN-M-32    JKNPP
—    4-MOHAMMAD DILAWAR MIR-M-55    JKPDP
—    5-ZAKIR HUSSAIN SHEIKH-M-48    LJP
—    6-SAJAD GANI LONE-M-41    JPC
—    7-ASHIQ HUSSAIN GANIE-M-25    BCDP
—    8-GH AHMAD MALLA-M-45    AIFB
—    9-GH RASOOL BHAT-M-37    ANC
—    10-GULAM RASOOL SHAH-M-55    JKANC
—    11-GH NABI PARRAY-M-29    RPI(A)
—    12-GH MOHMAD SAMOON-M-61    IND
—    13-GOWSIA BASHIR-F-26    IND
S09-2-JK-Srinagar    1-IFTIKHAR HUSSAIN ANSARI-M-65    JKPDP
—    2-AVTAR KRISHAN PANDITA-M-39    BJP
—    3-FAROOQ ABDULLAH-M-67    JKN
—    4-MOHAMMAD ASHRAF KHAN-M-35    BSP
—    5-BILAL AHMAD BHAT-M-34    SAP
—    6-KHALIDA BEGUM-F-75    JKANC
—    7-ZAHIR ABBAS BHATTI-M-39    AIFB(S)
—    8-ABDUL RASHID LONE-M-41    RPI(A)
—    9-MUSHTAQ AHMAD-M-39    RKSP
—    10-NISSAR AHMAD AHANGAR-M-26    BSKRP
—    11-SYED MUJTABA HUSSAIN BUKHARI-M-36    IND
—    12-ASHIQ HUSSAIN BHAT-M-41    IND
—    13-MEHBOOBA SHAHDAB-F-45    IND
—    14-MOHAMMAD AHSAN MIR-M-60    IND
—    15-MOHAMMAD ALYAS KUMAR-M-38    IND
S09-3-JK-Anantnag    1-PEER MOHD HUSSAIN-M-66    JKPDP
—    2-MOHD SIDIQ KHAN-M-48    BJP
—    3-MIRZA MEHBOOB BEG-M-59    JKN
—    4-NISAR AHMAD KHAN-M-40    BSP
—    5-ASIF JEELANI-M-39    AIFB
—    6-BASHIR AHMAD KHAN-M-46    RNSP
—    7-BASHIR AHMAD MALIK-M-65    JKANC
—    8-FAYAZ AHMAD BHAT-M-40    SP
—    9-MUSHTAQ AHMAD GANIE-M-39    IJP
—    10-MOHD RAFIQ WANI-M-39    LJP
—    11-RAJIV MAHAJAN-M-41    IND
—    12-GH MOHI-UD-DIN SHAH-M-70    IND
—    13-NAZIR AHMAD BHAT-M-32    IND
S09-4-JK-Ladakh    1-PHUNTSOG NAMGYAL-M-71    INC
—    2-GHULAM MURTAZA-M-49    JKPDP
—    3-ASGAR ALI KARBALAIE-M-42    IND
—    4-THINLESS ANGMO-F-46    IND
—    5-HASSAN KHAN-M-70    IND
S09-5-JK-Udhampur    1-ADREES AHMAD TABBASUM-M-45    CPI
—    2-BALBIR SINGH-M-53    JKPDP
—    3-PROF. BHIM SINGH-M-69    JKNPP
—    4-RAKESH WAZIR-M-29    BSP
—    5-CH. LAL SINGH-M-50    INC
—    6-DR. NIRMAL SINGH-M-53    BJP
—    7-BODH RAJ-M-42    BCDP
—    8-RAJESH MANCHANDA-M-40    RKSP
—    9-KANCHAN SHARMA-F-40    BHBP
—    10-MASTER WILLIAM GILL-M-60    AIFB
—    11-ATUL SHARMA-M-30    IND
—    12-DEV RAJ-M-57    IND
—    13-MOHD. YOUSUF-M-46    IND
—    14-NARESH DOGRA-M-40    IND
S09-6-JK-Jammu    1-S.TARLOK SINGH-M-59    JKPDP
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—    5-UDAY CHAND-M-55    DGPP
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—    7-SANT RAM-M-73    BHBP
—    8-SANJEEV KUMAR MANMOTRA-M-42    LJP
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S10-1-KA-Chikkodi    1-KATTI RAMESH VISHWANATH-M-44    BJP
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—    4-BANASHANKARI BHIMAPPA ITTAPPA-M-32    IND
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S10-2-KA-Belgaum    1-AMARSINH VASANTRAO PATIL-M-49    INC
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S10-3-KA-Bagalkot    1-GADDIGOUDAR P.C.-M-56    BJP
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S10-4-KA-Bijapur    1-ALMELKAR VILASABABU BASALINGAPPA-M-46    JD(S)
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—    3-PRAKASH KUBASING RATHOD-M-48    INC
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S10-5-KA-Gulbarga    1-BABU HONNA NAIK-M-55    JD(S)
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S10-6-KA-Raichur    1-K.DEVANNA NAIK-M-56    JD(S)
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S10-7-KA-Bidar    1-GURUPADAPPA NAGMARPALLI-M-67    BJP
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S10-8-KA-Koppal    1-ANSARI IQBAL-M-50    JD(S)
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S10-9-KA-Bellary    1-T. NAGENDRA-M-44    BSP
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S10-11-KA-Dharwad    1-KASHIMSAB MULLA-M-57    BSP
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S10-12-KA-Uttara Kannada    1-ANANTKUMAR HEGDE-M-40    BJP
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S10-13-KA-Davanagere    1-K.B. KALLERUDRESHAPPA-M-49    JD(S)
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S10-14-KA-Shimoga    1-J. JAYAPPA-M-40    BSP
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S10-15-KA-Udupi Chikmagalur    1-K.JAYAPRAKASH HEGDE-M-57    INC
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S10-16-KA-Hassan    1-A. P. AHAMED-M-66    BSP
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S10-17-KA-Dakshina Kannada    1-ALEKKADI GIRISH RAI-M-47    BSP
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—    4-B.MADHAVA-M-71    CPM
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S10-18-KA-Chitradurga    1-JANARDHANA SWAMY-M-41    BJP
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S10-19-KA-Tumkur    1-ASHOK-M-59    BSP
—    2-P. KODANDARAMAIAH-M-69    INC
—    3-G.S. BASAVARAJU-M-67    BJP
—    4-S.P. MUDDAHANUMEGOWDA-M-55    JD(S)
—    5-SREE GOWRISHANKARA SWAMIGALU-M-63    SP
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—    10-SHASIBHUSHANA-M-34    IND
S10-20-KA-Mandya    1-M H AMBAREESH-M-57    INC
—    2-M KRISHNAMURTHY-M-35    BSP
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—    4-L R SHIVARAMEGOWDA-M-53    BJP
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—    6-JOHNSON CHINNAPPAN-M-32    AIJMK
—    7-K S PUTTANNAIAH-M-60    SKP
—    8-H S RAMANNA-M-45    PPOI
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—    10-VENKATESH R-M-37    IND
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S10-21-KA-Mysore    1-ADAGUR H VISHWANATH-M-59    INC
—    2-B.A.JIVIJAYA-M-71    JD(S)
—    3-C.H.VIJAYASHANKAR-M-53    BJP
—    4-SYED NIZAM ALI-M-51    BSP
—    5-ARSHADULLA SHARIFF-M-40    BPJP
—    6-DR.E.KESHAMMA-F-32    RDMP
—    7-P.PARASHIVAMURTHY-M-41    RKSP
—    8-LEELAVATHI.M-F-51    PPOI
—    9-RAFEEQ-M-27    IND
—    10-P.N.SRINATH-PATHRIKE-M-39    IND
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—    12-M.V.SANTHOSH KUMAR-M-27    IND
S10-22-KA-Chamarajanagar    1-A.R.KRISHNAMURTHY-M-48    BJP
—    2-R.DHRUVANARAYANA-M-48    INC
—    3-N.MAHESH-M-53    BSP
—    4-M.SHIVANNA(KOTE)-M-55    JD(S)
—    5-M.K.KEMPASIDDAIAH-M-74    SP
—    6-CHOWDAHALLY JAVARAIAH-M-37    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-R.JAGADISH NAIK-M-32    BSC
—    8-K.C.SHIVANANDA-M-37    JD(U)
—    9-PURUSHOTHAMA.R-M-28    IND
—    10-BHEEMAIAH-M-60    IND
—    11-P.B.YOGENDRA-M-35    IND
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S10-25-KA-Bangalore central    1-ZAMEER AHMED KHAN. B.Z-M-43    JD(S)
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S10-26-KA-Bangalore South    1-ANANTH KUMAR-M-49    BJP
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S10-27-KA-Chikkballapur    1-C.ASWATHANARAYANA-M-59    BJP
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S10-28-KA-Kolar    1-G.CHANDRANNA-M-56    JD(S)
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S11-1-KL-Kasaragod    1-P KARUNAKARAN-M-64    CPM
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S11-2-KL-Kannur    1-P.P KARUNAKARAN MASTER-M-61    BJP
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S11-3-KL-Vadakara    1-ADV.K. NOORUDHEEN MUSALIAR-M-56    BSP
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S11-4-KL-Wayanad    1-K. MURALEEDHARAN-M-51    NCP
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S11-5-KL-Kozhikode    1-A.K. ABDUL NASAR-M-35    BSP
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S11-6-KL-Malappuram    1-ADV.E.A. ABOOBACKER-M-52    BSP
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S11-7-KL-Ponnani    1-K. JANACHANDRAN MASTER-M-57    BJP
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S11-8-KL-Palakkad    1-ABDUL RAZAK MOULAVI-M-47    NCP
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S11-9-KL-Alathur    1-P.K BIJU-M-34    CPM
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S11-10-KL-Thrissur    1-P C CHACKO-M-62    INC
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S11-11-KL-Chalakudy    1-ADV. U.P JOSEPH-M-45    CPM
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S11-12-KL-Ernakulam    1-PROF. K V THOMAS-M-61    INC
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S11-13-KL-Idukki    1-ADV. P.T THOMAS-M-59    INC
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S11-14-KL-Kottayam    1-JOSE K.MANI-M-44    KEC(M)
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S11-15-KL-Alappuzha    1-DR. K.S MANOJ-M-43    CPM
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—    4-P.J KURIAN-M-63    JD(U)
—    5-S. SEETHILAL-M-45    IND
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S11-16-KL-Mavelikkara    1-R.S ANIL-M-34    CPI
—    2-KODIKKUNNIL SURESH-M-46    INC
—    3-DR. N.D MOHAN-M-56    BSP
—    4-P.M VELAYUDHAN-M-52    BJP
—    5-ANIL KUMAR-M-26    IND
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—    7-SOORANAD SUKUMARAN-M-60    IND
S11-17-KL-Pathanamthitta    1-ANANTHA GOPAN-M-61    CPM
—    2-ANTO ANTONY-M-52    INC
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—    5-RADHAKRISHNA MENON-M-44    BJP
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S11-18-KL-Kollam    1-ADVT. K M JAYANANDAN-M-52    BSP
—    2-N.PEETHAMBARAKURUP-M-66    INC
—    3-VAYAKKAL MADHU-M-48    BJP
—    4-P.RAJENDRAN-M-58    CPM
—    5-ADV.ANU SASI-M-28    IND
—    6-KRISHNAMMAL-F-59    IND
—    7-K A JOHN-M-55    IND
—    8-N.PEETHAMBARAKURUP-M-61    IND
—    9-S.PRADEEP KUMAR-M-30    IND
—    10-S.RADHAKRISHNAN-M-47    IND
—    11-R.ZAKIEER HUSSAIN-M-37    IND
S11-19-KL-Attingal    1-PROF.G BALACHANDRAN-M-63    INC
—    2-THOTTAKKADU SASI-M-54    BJP
—    3-ADV. A SAMPATH-M-46    CPM
—    4-J SUDHAKARAN-M-60    BSP
—    5-SREENATH-M-53    SHS
—    6-JAYAKUMAR-M-56    IND
—    7-BALACHANDRAN-M-51    IND
—    8-BALACHNDRAN C P-M-59    IND
—    9-MURALI KUMAR-M-43    IND
—    10-J VIJAYAKUMAR-M-49    IND
—    11-VIVEKANANDAN-M-59    IND
—    12-SHAMSUDEEN-M-56    IND
—    13-SAJIMON-M-25    IND
—    14-SAIFUDEEN M-M-55    IND
S11-20-KL-Thiruvananthapuram    1-P K KRISHNA DAS-M-45    BJP
—    2-M.P.GANGADHARAN-M-74    NCP
—    3-DR.A NEELALOHITHADASAN NADAR-M-61    BSP
—    4-ADV. P RAMACHANDRAN NAIR-M-57    CPI
—    5-SHASHI THAROOR-M-53    INC
—    6-AJITHKUMAR.K-M-41    AITC
—    7-JAIN WILSON-M-41    BSA
—    8-G ASHOKAN-M-47    IND
—    9-T.GEORGE-M-40    IND
—    10-DILEEP-M-28    IND
—    11-U.NAHURMIRAN PEERU MOHAMMED-M-49    IND
—    12-PRATHAPAN-M-54    IND
—    13-MOHANAN JOSHWA-M-49    IND
—    14-SASI – JANAKI SADAN-M-39    IND
—    15-SASI – KALAPURAKKAL-M-51    IND
—    16-SHAJAR KHAN-M-38    IND
S12-1-MP-MORENA    1-JUGAL KISHOR PIPPAL-M-65    CPM
—    2-NARENDRA SINGH TOMAR-M-49    BJP
—    3-BALVEER SINGH DANDOTIYA-M-46    BSP
—    4-AD. BAIJNATH KUSHWAHA-M-39    SP
—    5-RAMNIWAS RAWAT-M-50    INC
—    6-ANITA HITENDRA CHOUDHARY-F-32    BHBP
—    7-DEVENDRA SINGH SIKARWAR-M-35    AIFB
—    8-RAMBABU SINGH PARIHAR-M-45    LJP
—    9-VISHANLAL AGARWAL (GOKAL M.P.)-M-54    SVSP
—    10-UTTAM SINGH MITTAL-M-32    IND
—    11-USHA RAWAT-F-34    IND
—    12-KALAWATI RAMESH ARGAL-F-31    IND
—    13-GANDRV-M-27    IND
—    14-JOGENDR-M-30    IND
—    15-DHALLU (ALLAHBAKSH)-M-60    IND
—    16-NARENDRA SINGH-M-29    IND
—    17-MAHESH JATAV-M-32    IND
—    18-MAHESH SINGH JATAV-M-29    IND
—    19-RAJVEER SINGH-M-29    IND
—    20-RAMNIWAS KUSHWAH-M-30    IND
—    21-RAM SEWAK-M-38    IND
—    22-VIJAY KUMAR-M-32    IND
—    23-VIVEK APTE-M-45    IND
—    24-SATYENDRA JAIN SHAMMI-M-43    IND
S12-2-MP-BHIND    1-ASHOK ARGAL-M-39    BJP
—    2-NAND KISHOR KORI-M-43    SP
—    3-DR. BHAGIRATH PRASAD-M-61    INC
—    4-D.R.RAHUL-M-58    BSP
—    5-TULSIRAM DHANUK THEKEDAR-M-60    IVD
—    6-SHANKAR LAL VERMA-M-70    BHBP
—    7-SHRIRAM RAHUL-M-41    BMM
—    8-R.J.JATAV-M-48    IND
—    9-BHAGIRATH-M-33    IND
—    10-RAMSEVAK MORYA-M-43    IND
—    11-LALARAM-M-46    IND
—    12-VEERENDRA KUMAR GOYAL-M-40    IND
—    13-SHAILENDRA SINGH ALIAS KALLU-M-25    IND
S12-3-MP-GWALIOR    1-AJAB SINGH KUSHWAH-M-36    BSP
—    2-ASHOK SINGH-M-48    INC
—    3-YASHODHARA RAJE SCINDIA-F-54    BJP
—    4-AVTAR SINGH-M-38    LJP
—    5-GAUTAM SINGH RAJPUT KUSHWAH-M-42    RSMD
—    6-DEVENDRA BHARGAVA ADVOCATE-M-64    ABHM
—    7-PANKAJ GOSWAMI-M-30    BHBP
—    8-RAMESH CHANDRA SHARMA-M-62    IJP
—    9-DR RAM GOPAL ADVOCATE-M-70    RPI(A)
—    10-LAKHPAT SINGH KIRAR-M-38    ASP
—    11-ANAND KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    12-ANAND SINGH KUSHWAH RAMAYNE-M-41    IND
—    13-ALOK JOSHI-M-36    IND
—    14-KAPTAN SINGH MASTER-M-45    IND
—    15-KOMAL ANURAGI-M-34    IND
—    16-JAGADISH GOBARA-M-55    IND
—    17-DEEPAK KUMAR BANSAL RANGWALE-M-44    IND
—    18-PADAM SINGH DHAKAD-M-33    IND
—    19-YASMIN KHAN-F-35    IND
—    20-RAJESH KUMAR SHARMA-M-34    IND
—    21-RAM RATAN KUSHWAH-M-50    IND
—    22-SAEED KHAN DABBU-M-40    IND
—    23-SHRIKRISHNA ALIAS SIRIYA-M-57    IND
S12-4-MP-GUNA    1-JYOTIRADITYA MADHAVRAO SCINDIA-M-38    INC
—    2-DR.NAROTTAM MISHRA-M-48    BJP
—    3-LOKPAL LODHI-M-38    BSP
—    4-ABDUL RASHEED-M-35    AD
—    5-MANIRAM RAM JATAV-M-27    LJP
—    6-LALU URF ATAL LAL-M-36    BHBP
—    7-ANIL DWIVEDI-M-28    IND
—    8-PT.ASHOK SHARMA BADE BHAIYA-M-42    IND
—    9-ISHLAM KHAN RAIAN-M-37    IND
—    10-KISHORILAL CHAURASIYA GUNA WALE-M-71    IND
—    11-KRISHNA KANT CHAUBEY PAPPU MAHARAJ-M-42    IND
—    12-MAHADEV PRASAD TIWARI-M-50    IND
—    13-P.MAHESH CHANDRA SHASHTRI-M-55    IND
—    14-MOHAMMD IRSHADA QUAZI-M-41    IND
—    15-LAKHAN LAL-M-30    IND
—    16-VIJAY KUMAR JAIN-M-51    IND
—    17-SUMAN SINGH SIKARWAR ADVOCATE-M-39    IND
—    18-HAJARI LAL KOTIA (RATHOR)-M-38    IND
S12-5-MP-SAGAR    1-ASLAM SHER KHAN-M-55    INC
—    2-AHIRWAR NARESH BOUDHA-M-37    BSP
—    3-GOURI SINGH YADAV-M-59    SP
—    4-BHUPENDRA SINGH-M-46    BJP
—    5-ARVIND DANGI-M-34    PRSP
—    6-DHAN SINGH AHIRWAR-M-33    LJP
—    7-VINOD DIWAR GOUND-M-27    GGP
—    8-SIDHARTH BOUDHA AHIRWAR-M-35    RPI(A)
—    9-SANJAY BHAI ADVOCATE RAVIDASI-M-31    GMS
—    10-ASHOK MISHRA-M-45    IND
—    11-GOMAT SINGH MAHARAJ SINGH DANGI-M-71    IND
—    12-RAMKISHAN RAMA-M-39    IND
S12-6-MP-TIKAMGARH    1-AHIRWAR VRINDAVAN-M-48    INC
—    2-CHINTAMAN KORI RAMPURIYA-M-64    SP
—    3-G.D.-M-62    BSP
—    4-VIRENDRA KUMAR-M-55    BJP
—    5-AHIRWAR JAGDISH PRASAD-M-28    LJP
—    6-AHIRWAR RAMSWAROOP-M-38    RSMD
—    7-VISHAN LAL BASHNKAR-M-43    PRSP
—    8-AHIRWAR GYADIN-M-42    IND
—    9-KAMLAPAT KUMHAR-M-40    IND
—    10-KHARGA PRASAD-M-58    IND
—    11-CHAMAN LAL-M-74    IND
—    12-DAYARAM-M-30    IND
—    13-PARWAT LAL-M-35    IND
—    14-RAMCHARAN AHIRWAR-M-47    IND
—    15-LAXMI PRASAD AHIRWAR-M-40    IND
—    16-VRINDAVAN AHIRWAR-M-39    IND
—    17-SHRIPAT SHIKSHAK-M-37    IND
S12-7-MP-DAMOH    1-AHIR KAMLA YADAV-F-55    SP
—    2-CHANDRABHAN BHAIYA-M-51    INC
—    3-SHIVRAJ BHAIYA-M-68    BJP
—    4-KASHIRAM ALIAS KAMLESH DHURVE-M-35    GMS
—    5-BHAGIRATH KURMI-M-64    RDMP
—    6-MANOJ DEVALIYA-M-28    BJBP
—    7-SHIVRAJ BHAIYA-M-36    SVSP
—    8-HARIRAM THAKUR-M-38    GGP
—    9-GAFFAR ALI-M-70    IND
—    10-GOPAL BHAIYA-M-45    IND
—    11-CHANDRABHAN BHAIYA JATASHANKAR COLONY DAMOH-M-45    IND
—    12-CHANDRABHAN BHAIYA PARSORIA NAHAR-M-37    IND
—    13-JAYANT BHAIYA-M-31    IND
—    14-JANKI PRASAD-M-62    IND
—    15-NANNE LAL-M-52    IND
—    16-RAMPHOOL DAHAYAT-M-39    IND
—    17-VIJAY SINGH RAJPOOT-M-32    IND
—    18-SHIVRAJ BHAIYA BADE THAKUR-M-25    IND
—    19-SHIV RAJ ALIAS BADE BHAIYA-M-47    IND
—    20-SHIVRAJ SINGH NAYAKHEDA APPCHAND-M-35    IND
—    21-SHIVRAJ SINGH BANDA-M-34    IND
S12-8-MP-KHAJURAHO    1-JAYAWANT SINGH-M-49    SP
—    2-JEETENDRA SINGH-M-50    BJP
—    3-RAJA PATERYA-M-49    INC
—    4-SEWA LAL PATEL-M-49    BSP
—    5-M. SHAKIL-M-38    GMS
—    6-SAROJ BACHCHAN NAYAK-F-56    JD(U)
—    7-SURYA BHAN SINGH ‘YADAV GURUJI’-M-75    AIFB
—    8-AKEEL KHAN-M-43    IND
—    9-AKANCHHA JAIN-F-34    IND
—    10-KRISHNA SHARAN SINGH (RAJA BHAIYA)-M-36    IND
—    11-NARENDRA KUMAR-M-54    IND
—    12-RAJENDRA AHIRWAR-M-43    IND
—    13-RAM NATH LODHI-M-41    IND
—    14-SHABNAM (MAUSI)-F-48    IND
—    15-SHUKL SITARAM-M-48    IND
S12-9-MP-SATNA    1-GANESH SINGH-M-46    BJP
—    2-PT. RAJARAM TRIPATHI-M-56    SP
—    3-SUKHLAL KUSHWAHA-M-46    BSP
—    4-SUDHIR SINGH TOMAR-M-41    INC
—    5-ONKAR SINGH-M-56    ABHKP
—    6-GIRJA SINGH PATEL-M-49    AD
—    7-CHHOTELAL SINGH GOND-M-65    GMS
—    8-PRAMILA-F-43    RPI(A)
—    9-B BALLABH CHARYA-M-38    AIC
—    10-RAJESH SINGH BAGHEL-M-41    GGP
—    11-SHOBHNATH SEN-M-29    LJP
—    12-SUNDERLAL CHAUDHARI-M-64    IJP
—    13-ASHOK KUMAR KUSHWAHA-M-33    IND
—    14-ASHOK KUSHWAHA-M-28    IND
—    15-CHHOTELAL-M-59    IND
—    16-BHAIYALAL URMALIYA-M-62    IND
—    17-MANISH KUMAR JAIN-M-31    IND
—    18-MUNNI KRANTI-F-44    IND
—    19-RAMVISHWAS BASORE-M-38    IND
—    20-RAM SAJIVAN-M-46    IND
—    21-RAMAYAN CHAUDHARI-M-39    IND
S12-10-MP-REWA    1-CHANDRA MANI TRIPATHI-M-62    BJP
—    2-DEORAJ SINGH PATEL-M-36    BSP
—    3-PUSHPRAJ SINGH-M-48    SP
—    4-SUNDER LAL TIWARI-M-51    INC
—    5-BADRI PRASAD KUSHWAHA-M-47    AD
—    6-RAMKISHAN NIRAT (SAKET)-M-32    RPI(A)
—    7-RAMAYAN PRASAD PATEL-M-42    YVP
—    8-VIMALA SONDHIA-F-53    LJP
—    9-SALMA-F-33    AIFB
—    10-MD. AKEEL KHAN (BACHCHA BHAI)-M-34    IND
—    11-JAIKARAN SAKET-M-48    IND
—    12-BRAHMDUTTMISHRA ALIAS CHHOTE MURAITHA-M-46    IND
—    13-SUKHENDRA PRATAP-M-44    IND
—    14-SUNDAR LAL-M-37    IND
—    15-HIRALAL VISHWAKARMA-M-56    IND
S12-11-MP-SIDHI    1-ASHOK KUMAR SHAH-M-34    BSP
—    2-INDRAJEET KUMAR-M-61    INC
—    3-GOVIND PRASAD MISHRA-M-60    BJP
—    4-MANIK SINGH-M-43    SP
—    5-LOLAR SINGH URETI-M-29    GMS
—    6-VEENA SINGH NETI-F-34    GGP
—    7-BABOOLAL JAISWAL-M-39    IND
—    8-MADAN MOHAN JAISWAL (ADVOCATE)-M-36    IND
—    9-MAHENDRA BHAIYA (DIKSHIT)-M-42    IND
—    10-RAMAKANT PANDEY MALAIHNA-M-63    IND
—    11-VEENA SINGH (VEENA DIDI)-F-56    IND
S12-12-MP-SHAHDOL    1-CHANDRA PRATAP SINGH (BABA SAHAB)-M-51    SP
—    2-NARENDRA SINGH MARAVI-M-29    BJP
—    3-MANOHAR SINGH MARAVI-M-46    BSP
—    4-RAJESH NANDINI SINGH-F-52    INC
—    5-SADAN SINGH BHARIA-M-39    CPI
—    6-KRISHN PAL SINGH PAVEL-M-29    LJP
—    7-GANPAT GOND-M-38    GMS
—    8-RAM RATAN SINGH PAVLE-M-28    GGP
S12-13-MP-JABALPUR    1-AZIZ QURESHI-M-64    BSP
—    2-ASHOK KUMAR SHARMA-M-40    SP
—    3-RAKESH SINGH-M-48    BJP
—    4-ADVOCATE RAMESHWAR NEEKHRA-M-61    INC
—    5-MEERCHAND PATEL (KACHHVAHA)-M-63    RPI
—    6-RAVI MAHOBIA (KUNDAM)-M-29    GGP
—    7-RAJKUMARI SINGH-F-40    LJP
—    8-HARI SINGH MARAVI-M-36    GMS
—    9-DR. MUKESH MEHROTRA-M-57    IND
—    10-RAKESH SONKAR (PRAMUKH DHAI AKSHAR)-M-39    IND
—    11-SUNIL PATEL-M-38    IND
S12-14-MP-MANDLA    1-JALSO DHURWEY-F-25    BSP
—    2-FAGGAN SINGH KULASTE-M-49    BJP
—    3-BASORI SINGH MASRAM-M-59    INC
—    4-UDAL SINGH DHURWEY-M-35    LKSP
—    5-JHANK SINGH KUSHRE-M-37    GGP
—    6-PREM SINGH MARAVI-M-35    GMS
—    7-BHAGAT SINGH VARKEDE-M-45    LJP
—    8-MANESHWARI NAIK-F-65    RPI(A)
—    9-SUNITA NETI-F-33    RDMP
—    10-CHANDRA SHEKHAR DHURWEY-M-46    IND
—    11-CHAMBAL SING MARAWEE-M-62    IND
—    12-DEV SINGH BHALAVI-M-25    IND
—    13-SHIVCHARAN UIKEY-M-26    IND
—    14-SAHDEO PRASAD MARAVI-M-43    IND
S12-15-MP-BALAGHAT    1-AJAB LAL-M-35    BSP
—    2-KISHOR SAMRITE-M-42    SP
—    3-KANKAR MUNJARE-M-52    RJD
—    4-K. D. DESHMUKH-M-60    BJP
—    5-VISHVESHWAR BHAGAT-M-57    INC
—    6-KALPANA GOPAL WASNIK-F-38    RPI(A)
—    7-DARBU SINGH UIKEY-M-37    GMS
—    8-BHAIYA BALKRISHNA-M-53    GGP
—    9-ADVOCATE AZHAR UL ALIM-M-58    IND
—    10-ANJU ASHOK UIKEY-F-34    IND
—    11-GOVARDHAN PATLE URF HITLAR-M-75    IND
—    12-JITENDRA MESHRAM-M-37    IND
—    13-DHANESHWAR LILHARE-M-40    IND
—    14-NYAZMIR KHAN-M-32    IND
—    15-POORANLAL LODHI-M-37    IND
—    16-MANSINGH BISEN-M-59    IND
—    17-SANDEEP SANTRAM-M-31    IND
—    18-SHRIRAM THAKUR-M-58    IND
S12-16-MP-CHHINDWARA    1-KAMAL NATH-M-62    INC
—    2-MAROT RAO KHAVASE-M-59    BJP
—    3-RAO SAHEB SHINDE-M-46    BSP
—    4-JOGILAL IRPACHI-M-48    JMM
—    5-PARDHESHI HARTAPSAH TIRKAM-M-40    GMS
—    6-BALVEER SINGH YADAV-M-30    RKSP
—    7-RAMKISHAN PAL-M-62    RPI(A)
—    8-SATAP SHA UIKEY-M-35    GGP
—    9-ABDUL SHAMAD KHAN-M-45    IND
—    10-AMRITLAL PATHAK RAGHUVAR-M-70    IND
—    11-ASHARAM DEHARIYA-M-33    IND
—    12-KAMALNATH (MAYAWADI-PARASIA)-M-31    IND
—    13-GANARAM UIKEY-M-53    IND
—    14-AZAD CHANDRASHEKHER PANDOLE SAMAJ SEVAK-M-42    IND
—    15-JAGDISH BAIS-M-35    IND
—    16-TULSIRAM SURYAWANSHI-M-62    IND
—    17-DUARAM UIKEY-M-40    IND
—    18-DHANPAL BHALAVI-M-35    IND
—    19-DHANRAJ JAMBHATKAR-M-37    IND
—    20-NARESH KUMAR YUVNATI-M-33    IND
—    21-NIKHILESH DHURVEY-M-30    IND
—    22-PITRAM UIKEY-M-48    IND
—    23-PRAVINDRA NAURATI-M-37    IND
—    24-MANMOHAN SHAH BATTI-M-46    IND
—    25-R.K. MARKAM-M-28    IND
—    26-SHOAIB KHAN-M-44    IND
—    27-SUKMAN INVATI-M-42    IND
—    28-SUBHASH SHUKLA-M-40    IND
S12-17-MP-HOSHANGABAD    1-UDAY PRATAP SINGH-M-44    INC
—    2-ADV.B.M.KAUSHIK-M-35    BSP
—    3-HAJAEE SYID MUEEN UDDIN-M-47    SP
—    4-RAMPAL SINGH-M-53    BJP
—    5-DINESH KUMAR AHIRWAR-M-42    IND
—    6-BHARAT KUMAR CHOUREY-M-29    IND
—    7-MOHAMMD ABDULLA-M-54    IND
—    8-RAKHI GUPTA-F-31    IND
—    9-RAMPAL-M-62    IND
—    10-SUDAMA PRASAD-M-55    IND
S12-18-MP-VIDISHA    1-DR.PREMSHANKAR SHARMA-M-44    BSP
—    2-CHOUDHARY MUNABBAR SALIM-M-50    SP
—    3-SUSHMA SWARAJ-F-57    BJP
—    4-BHAI MUNSHILAL SILAWAT-M-25    RPI(A)
—    5-RAMGOPAL MALVIYA-M-35    RDMP
—    6-HARBHAJAN JANGRE-M-33    LJP
—    7-GANESHRAM LODHI-M-44    IND
—    8-RAJESHWAR SINGH YADAV (RAO)-M-39    IND
S12-19-MP-BHOPAL    1-ER. ASHOK NARAYAN SINGH-M-53    BSP
—    2-KAILASH JOSHI-M-79    BJP
—    3-MHOD. MUNAWAR KHAN KAUSAR-M-44    SP
—    4-SURENDRA SINGH THAKUR-M-55    INC
—    5-ASHOK PAWAR-M-47    PRSP
—    6-AHIRWAR LAKHANLAL PURVI-M-42    RPI(A)
—    7-KARAN KUMAR KAROSIA URF KARAN JEEJA-M-41    GGP
—    8-RADHESHYAM KULASTE-M-38    GMS
—    9-RAMDAS GHOSLE-M-54    RPI(D)
—    10-SANJEEV SINGHAL-M-42    SVSP
—    11-ANIL SINGH-M-30    IND
—    12-AMAR SINGH-M-72    IND
—    13-KAPIL DUBEY-M-37    IND
—    14-D. C. GUJARKAR-M-52    IND
—    15-DARSHAN SINGH RATHORE-M-53    IND
—    16-BRAJENDRA CHATURVEDI URF GAPPU CHATURVEDI-M-35    IND
—    17-DR. MAHESH YADAV ‘AMAN GANDHI’-M-40    IND
—    18-MUKESH SEN-M-32    IND
—    19-MEHDI SIR-M-30    IND
—    20-RAJESH KUMAR YADAV-M-42    IND
—    21-RAM SAHAY YATRI (SHRIVASTAVA) URF RASHTRAVADI YATRI-M-79    IND
—    22-SHAHNAWAZ-M-59    IND
—    23-SHIV NARAYAN SINGH BAGWARE-M-60    IND
S12-20-MP-RAJGARH    1-NARAYANSINGH AMLABE-M-58    INC
—    2-LAKSHMAN SINGH-M-54    BJP
—    3-SHIVNARAYAN AHIRWAR-M-33    BSP
—    4-RAJESH RATELIYA-M-27    LJP
—    5-SHYAM SUNDER RATHI-M-50    SHS
—    6-INDER SING LODHI-M-34    IND
—    7-BALBIR CHOUDHARY PATRAKAR-M-52    IND
—    8-LAXMAN VERMA-M-64    IND
—    9-LAXMANSINGH AAMDOR-M-28    IND
S12-21-MP-DEWAS    1-THAVARCHAND GEHLOT-M-61    BJP
—    2-BHAGIRATH PARIHAR-M-56    BSP
—    3-SAJJAN SINGH VERMA-M-57    INC
—    4-DR. GANGARAM JOGCHAND-M-34    LJP
—    5-JORAVAR SINGH DUDI-M-66    PRSP
—    6-BALRAM SUKHRAM KALYANE-M-57    RWS
—    7-JAYRAM SOLANKI-M-33    IND
—    8-THAVARSINGH-M-48    IND
—    9-PRO. B.S. MALVIYA-M-66    IND
—    10-MOHAN SIH MALVIYA-M-28    IND
S12-22-MP-UJJAIN    1-GUDDU PREMCHAND-M-41    INC
—    2-BABOOLAL THAWALIYA-M-43    BSP
—    3-DR. SATYANARAYAN JATIYA-M-63    BJP
—    4-MADANLAL RAJORA-M-44    LJP
—    5-ASHOK NARAYAN-M-30    IND
—    6-INDARALAL VARMA-M-58    IND
—    7-DINESH JATWA-M-30    IND
—    8-LALCHAND BERWA GOME-M-52    IND
—    9-SHIVKUMAR GAUR-M-41    IND
S12-23-MP-MANDSOUR    1-BHERULAL MALVIY (BALAI)-M-56    BSP
—    2-MEENAKSHI NATRAJAN-F-36    INC
—    3-DR. LAXMINARAYAN PANDEY-M-80    BJP
—    4-SHAIKH AZIZUDDEN QURAISHI-M-62    AIFB
—    5-BANO BEE-F-61    BMSM
—    6-KAILASH NARAYAN RATNAWAT-M-54    IND
—    7-P. DINESH NAGAR-M-36    IND
—    8-HAJI NISAR AHMED CHOUDHARY-M-75    IND
—    9-MOINUDDIN KHAN PATHAN-M-31    IND
—    10-RAJENDRA SINGH GAUTAM-M-55    IND
—    11-RAM DAYAL GUJRATI-M-62    IND
—    12-LAXMINARAYAN BHAGIRATH PATIDAR-M-30    IND
S12-24-MP-RATLAM    1-KANTILAL BHURIA-M-59    INC
—    2-JEEVANLAL-M-38    SP
—    3-DILEEPSINGH BHURIA-M-63    BJP
—    4-RAMESH SOLANKI-M-35    BSP
—    5-UDAYSINGH MACHAR-M-38    RPI(A)
—    6-KALUSINGH BHABHR-M-27    SHS
—    7-JALAMSINGH PATEL-M-40    RDMP
—    8-BHERUSING DAMOR-M-63    JD(U)
—    9-BHADIYA DABAR-M-49    IND
—    10-RAMESHWOR SINGAR-M-32    IND
S12-25-MP-DHAR    1-AJAY RAWAT-M-27    BSP
—    2-GAJENDRASINGH RAJUKHEDI-M-45    INC
—    3-MUKAMSINGH KIRADE-M-39    BJP
—    4-JITENDRASINGH BAGHEL-M-31    GGP
—    5-BAPUSINGH BAGHEL-M-31    RPI(A)
—    6-RAM SINGH PATEL-M-65    SHS
—    7-KARANSINGH-M-45    IND
—    8-KHUMANSINGH BARIYA-M-48    IND
—    9-BHIMA BHURIYA-M-54    IND
—    10-MADAN BHAI AMLAWAR-M-49    IND
—    11-HARIRAM PATEL DELMIWALA-M-39    IND
S12-26-MP-INDORE    1-DR. ANITA YADAV-F-38    SP
—    2-RAHIM KHAN-M-35    BSP
—    3-SATYNARAYAN PATEL-M-41    INC
—    4-SUMITRA MAHAJAN (TAI)-F-65    BJP
—    5-SANJAY SINGH BHADORIYA (PAPPU)-M-45    RJD
—    6-MOHAN CHOUHAN MALVIYA-M-39    PRSP
—    7-RADHESHYAM MUKATI-M-38    LPSP
—    8-RAMSINGH-M-61    RPIE
—    9-SAMADHAN NAIK-M-59    RPI(A)
—    10-AJIT KUMAR JAIN (PATWA)-M-60    IND
—    11-GAJENDRA SINGH GAUR-M-26    IND
—    12-GHANSHYAM CHANDEL-M-50    IND
—    13-CHINTAN TRIVEDI-M-27    IND
—    14-NAND KISHORE SONI-M-48    IND
—    15-PARMANAND METHARAM TOLANI-M-48    IND
—    16-S. R. MANDLOI-M-27    IND
—    17-VISHNU DAS-M-54    IND
—    18-SHIKHAR CHAND PATODI (JAIN)-M-52    IND
S12-27-MP-KHARGONE    1-BHAI KIRNSINGH BADOLE (KIRESH)-M-29    CPI
—    2-D.R.BARDE-M-51    BSP
—    3-BALARAM BACHCHAN-M-42    INC
—    4-MAKNSINGH SOLANKI (BABUJI)-M-55    BJP
—    5-SAKHARAM VERMA-M-61    GGP
—    6-GAJANAN AAPSING BRAHMANE-M-34    IND
—    7-DONGER-M-39    IND
—    8-DAYARAM GHISYA-M-35    IND
—    9-FIFASINGH THAKUR-M-42    IND
—    10-BHAGWAN CHOTHIYA-M-31    IND
—    11-RAMESHVAR DOGAREEYA RAWAT-M-27    IND
S12-28-MP-KHANDWA    1-ARUN SUBHASHCHANDRA YADAV-M-36    INC
—    2-HAJI ZAKIR HUSSAIN DURRANY ENGINEER-M-46    CPI
—    3-NANDKUMAR SING CHAUHAN NANDU BHAIYA-M-56    BJP
—    4-DADA SAHEB WAMANRAO SASANE-M-43    BSP
—    5-NARGIS MOUSI-M-38    IJP
—    6-HAJI NOORULLA-M-46    LJP
—    7-MOHAN OJHA PARTE-M-38    GMS
—    8-HABIB SURUR-M-54    MUL
—    9-ABDUL GAFUR GUDDU PIRJI-M-56    IND
—    10-NATHUSINGH CHAUHAN-M-66    IND
—    11-NAHARSINH BHAI-M-38    IND
—    12-RAVINDRA LAL PARE-M-61    IND
—    13-BABA ABDUL HAMEED-M-64    IND
S12-29-MP-BETUL    1-OJHARAM EVANE-M-54    INC
—    2-JYOTI DHURVE-F-43    BJP
—    3-RAMA KAKODIA-M-50    BSP
—    4-DR. SUKHDEV SINGH CHOUHAN-M-42    SP
—    5-KALLUSINGH UIKEY-M-59    GMS
—    6-KADMU SINGH KUMARE (K.S.KUMARE)-M-59    GGP
—    7-GULABRAV-M-53    RDMP
—    8-MANGAL SINGH LOKHANDE-M-51    SWJP
—    9-SUSHILKUMAR ALIS BALUBHAIYYA-M-39    RPI(A)
—    10-IMRATLAL MARKAM-M-58    IND
—    11-KAMAL SING-M-45    IND
—    12-KADAKSHING VADIVA-M-27    IND
—    13-KRISHNA GOPAL PARTE-M-35    IND
—    14-MOTIRAM MAVASE-M-48    IND
—    15-ADHIVAKTA SHANKAR PENDAM-M-66    IND
—    16-SUNIL KUMAR KAWADE-M-27    IND
S13-1-MH-Nandurbar    1-GAVIT MANIKRAO HODLYA-M-75    INC
—    2-NATAWADKAR SUHAS JYANT-M-48    BJP
—    3-PADVI BABITA KARMSINGH-F-36    BSP
—    4-KOKANI MANJULABAI SAKHARAM-F-59    BBM
—    5-GAVIT SHARAD KRUSHNRAO-M-46    SP
—    6-ABHIJIT AATYA VASAVE-M-30    IND
—    7-KOLI RAJU RAMDAS-M-34    IND
S13-2-MH-Dhule    1-AMARISHBHAI RASIKLAL PATEL-M-56    INC
—    2-RIZWAN MO.AKBAR-M-34    BSP
—    3-SONAWANE PRATAP NARAYANRAO-M-60    BJP
—    4-ANIL ANNA GOTE-M-61    LKSGM
—    5-ANSARI MOHD. ISMAIL MOHD. IBRAHIM-M-37    BMSM
—    6-ARIF AHMED SHAIKH JAFHAR-M-99    NNP
—    7-KAVAYATRI-SONKANYA THAKUR RAJANI BAGWAN-F-49    BBM
—    8-NIHAL AHMED MOLVI. MOHAMMED USMAN-M-81    JD(S)
—    9-MD. ISMAIL JUMMAN-M-49    IND
—    10-KISHOR PITAMBAR AHIRE-M-28    IND
—    11-GAZI ATEZAD AHMED MUBEEN AHMED KHAN-M-57    IND
—    12-GAIKWAD PATIL BHUSHAN BAJIRAO-M-28    IND
—    13-DADASO. PANDITRAO PATIL KOKALEKAR-M-55    IND
—    14-SHEVALE PATIL SANDEEP JIBHAU-M-31    IND
—    15-SONAWANE PANDIT UTTAMRAO-M-42    IND
S13-3-MH-Jalgaon    1-A.T. NANA PATIL-M-47    BJP
—    2-ADV. MATIN AHMED-M-38    BSP
—    3-ADV. VASANTRAO JIVANRAO MORE-M-63    NCP
—    4-ATMARAM SURSING JADHAV (ENGG.)-M-33    KKJHS
—    5-JADHAV NATTHU SHANKAR-M-56    BBM
—    6-JANGALU DEVRAM SHIRSATH-M-65    HJP
—    7-NANNAWARE CHAITANYA PANDIT-M-33    PRCP
—    8-LAXMAN SHIVAJI SHIRSATH (PATIL)-M-42    KM
—    9-ANIL PITAMBAR WAGH (SIR)-M-38    IND
—    10-KANTILAL CHHAGAN NAIK (BANJARA)-M-39    IND
—    11-WAGH SUDHAKAR ATMARAM-M-26    IND
—    12-SHALIGRAM SHIVRAM MAHAJAN (DEORE)-M-49    IND
—    13-SALIMODDIN ISAMODDIN SHE.(MISTARI)-M-56    IND
S13-4-MH-Raver    1-PATIL SURESH CHINDHU-M-48    BSP
—    2-ADV. RAVINDRA PRALHADRAO PATIL-M-54    NCP
—    3-HARIBHAU MADHAV JAWALE-M-55    BJP
—    4-TELI SHAIKH ISMAIL HAJI HASAN-M-57    BBM
—    5-BAPU SAHEBRAO SONAWANE-M-45    PRCP
—    6-MARATHE BHIMRAO PARBAT-M-51    KM
—    7-SHIVAVEER DNYANESHWAR VITTHAL AMALE URPH AMALE SARKAR-M-26    SVRP
—    8-IQBAL ALAUDDIN TADVI-M-41    IND
—    9-UTTAM KASHIRAM INGALE-M-36    IND
—    10-KOLI SANTOSH GOKUL-M-25    IND
—    11-FIRKE SURESH KACHARU EX ACP (CRPF)-M-58    IND
—    12-MAKBUL FARID SK.-M-36    IND
—    13-MOHD. MUNAWWAR MOHD. HANIF-M-45    IND
—    14-MORE HIRAMAN BHONAJI-M-41    IND
—    15-D.D. WANI (PHOTOGRAPHER) (DYNESHWAR DIWAKAR WANI)-M-43    IND
—    16-VIVEK SHARAD PATIL-M-41    IND
—    17-SHAIKH RAMJAN SHAIKH KARIM-M-40    IND
—    18-SUJATA IBRAHIM TADAVI-F-45    IND
—    19-SANJAY PRALADH KANDELKAR-M-34    IND
S13-5-MH-Buldhana    1-JADHAV PRATAPRAO GANPATRAO-M-49    SHS
—    2-DANDGE VASANTRAO SUGDEO-M-55    BSP
—    3-SHINGNE DR.RAJENDRA BHASKARRAO-M-48    NCP
—    4-AMARDEEP BALASAHEB DESHMUKH-M-27    KM
—    5-QURRASHI SK.SIKANDAR SK. SHAUKAT-M-33    DESEP
—    6-GAJANAN RAJARAM SIRSAT-M-27    RSPS
—    7-DHOKNE RAVINDRA TULSHRAMJI-M-44    BBM
—    8-FERAN CHADRAHAS JAGDEO-M-54    ABHM
—    9-GANESH ARJUN ZORE-M-25    IND
—    10-TAYDE VITTHAL PANDHARI-M-56    IND
—    11-DEVIDAS PIRAJI SARKATE-M-35    IND
—    12-SY. BILAL SY. USMAN-M-38    IND
—    13-BHARAT PUNJAJI SHINGANE-M-40    IND
—    14-RAJESH NILKANTHRAO TATHE-M-52    IND
—    15-RATHOD CHHAGAN BABULAL-M-29    IND
S13-6-MH-Akola    1-DHOTRE SANJAY SHAMRAO-M-50    BJP
—    2-BABASAHEB DHABEKAR-M-78    INC
—    3-ATIK AHAMAD GU. JILANI-M-34    DESEP
—    4-AMBEDKAR PRAKASH YASHWANT-M-56    BBM
—    5-GANESH TULSHIRAM TATHE-M-49    KKJHS
—    6-DIPAK SHRIRAM TIRAKE-M-33    RSPS
—    7-AJABRAO UTTAMRAO BHONGADE-M-36    IND
—    8-THAKURDAS GOVIND CHOUDHARI-M-39    IND
—    9-MUJAHID KHAN CHAND KHAN-M-42    IND
—    10-RAUT DEVIDAS ANANDRAO-M-45    IND
—    11-WASUDEORAO KHADE GURUJI-M-68    IND
S13-7-MH-Amravati    1-ADSUL ANANDRAO VITHOBA-M-61    SHS
—    2-GANGADHAR GADE-M-62    BSP
—    3-UGLE SUNIL NAMDEV-M-32    PRBP
—    4-UBALE SHRIKRISHNA CHAMPATRAO-M-62    ARP
—    5-KESHAV DASHARATH WANKHADE-M-38    KKJHS
—    6-GAWAI RAJENDRA RAMKRUSHNA-M-46    RPI
—    7-PRINCIPAL GOPICHAND SURYABHAN MESHRAM-M-52    RP(K)
—    8-BARSE MANOHAR DAULATRAO-M-53    IUML
—    9-SAU MAMATA VINAYAK KANDALKAR-F-31    AUDF
—    10-DR. HEMANTKUMAR RAMBHAU MAHURE-M-34    BBM
—    11-AMOL DEVIDASRAO JADHAV-M-25    IND
—    12-UMAK SHRIKRUSHNA SHYAMRAO-M-57    IND
—    13-BANDU SAMPATRAO SANE (BANDYA L.S.)-M-43    IND
—    14-BHAURAO SHRIRAM CHHAPANE-M-38    IND
—    15-MITHUN HIRAMAN GAIKWAD-M-51    IND
—    16-PROF. MUKUND VITTHALRAO KHAIRE-M-51    IND
—    17-DR. RAJIV GULABRAO JAMTHE-M-53    IND
—    18-RAJU MAHADEVRAO SONONE-M-38    IND
—    19-VISHWANATH GOTUJI JAMNEKAR-M-60    IND
—    20-SUDHAKAR VYANKAT RAMTEKE (MAJI SAINIK)-M-25    IND
—    21-ADV. SUDHIR HIRAMAN TAYADE-M-42    IND
—    22-SUNIL PRABHU RAMTEKE-M-37    IND
S13-8-MH-Wardha    1-KANGALE BIPIN BABASAHEB-M-32    BSP
—    2-DATTA MEGHE-M-72    INC
—    3-SURESH GANPATRAO WAGHMARE-M-48    BJP
—    4-DIWATE RAMESH MADHAORAO-M-46    KM
—    5-NARAYANRAO RAMJI CHIDAM-M-68    GGP
—    6-DR. NITIN KESHORAO CHAVAN-M-46    PRBP
—    7-PYARE SAHAB SHEIKH KARIM-M-41    DESEP
—    8-BHOSE KAILAS VISHWASRAO-M-36    GMS
—    9-ADV. SURESH SHINDE-M-42    IJP
—    10-SANGITA SUNIL ALIAS SONU KAMBLE-F-33    ARP
—    11-ISHWARKUMAR SHANKARRAO GHARPURE-M-50    IND
—    12-GUNWANT TUKARAMJI DAWANDE-M-70    IND
—    13-JAGANNATH NILKANTHRAO RAUT-M-54    IND
—    14-TAGADE VISHWESHWAR AWADHUTRAO-M-47    IND
—    15-RAMTEKE PRAKASH BAKARAM-M-60    IND
—    16-SARANG PRAKASHRAO YAWALKAR-M-31    IND
S13-9-MH-Ramtek    1-TUMANE KRUPAL BALAJI-M-43    SHS
—    2-PRAKASHBHAU KISHAN TEMBHURNE-M-34    BSP
—    3-WASNIK MUKUL BALKRISHNA-M-49    INC
—    4-KUMBHARE SULEKHA NARAYAN-F-49    BREM
—    5-DESHPANDE SANJAY SAOJI-M-44    HJP
—    6-NAGARKAR PRASHANT HANSRAJ-M-34    BBM
—    7-NANDKISHOR SADHUJI DONGRE-M-34    GGP
—    8-BAGDE SUJEET WASUDEORAO-M-43    JD(S)
—    9-PROF. BORKAR PRADIP DARYAV-M-48    RP(K)
—    10-MAYATAI CHAWRE (UTWAL)-F-37    SP
—    11-VIKAS RAJARAM DAMLE-M-41    RPI(KH)
—    12-SEEMA JEEVAN RAMTEKE-F-36    DESEP
—    13-SANDIP SHESHRAO GAJBHIYE-M-36    GMS
—    14-ASHISH ARUN NAGARARE-M-28    IND
—    15-KHUSHAL UDARAMJI TUMANE-M-53    IND
—    16-DHONE ANIL-M-43    IND
—    17-ADV. DUPARE ULHAS SHALIKRAM-M-42    IND
—    18-BARWE MADHUKAR DOMAJI-M-43    IND
—    19-ADV. YUVRAJ ANANDRAOJI BAGDE-M-34    IND
—    20-SURESH MANGALDAS BORKAR-M-33    IND
S13-10-MH-Nagpur    1-PUROHIT BANWARILAL BHAGWANDAS-M-69    BJP
—    2-ENGINEER MANIKRAO VAIDYA-M-56    BSP
—    3-MUTTEMWAR VILASRAO BABURAOJI-M-60    INC
—    4-ARUN SHAMRAO JOSHI-M-58    ABHM
—    5-KUMBHARE SULEKHA NARAYAN-F-49    BREM
—    6-ADV. GAJANAN SADASHIV KAWALE-M-51    RP(K)
—    7-DILIP MANGAL MADAVI-M-44    GGP
—    8-MEHMOOD KHAN RAHEEM KHAN-M-27    DESEP
—    9-DR. YASHWANT MANOHAR-M-66    BBM
—    10-RAUT RAMESHCHANDRA-M-56    PRCP
—    11-RAJESH SUKHDEV GAIKWAD-M-32    KKJHS
—    12-ADV. VASANTA UMRE-M-50    DPI
—    13-SOMKUWAR VIJAY SITARAM-M-41    ARP
—    14-AZIZUR REHMAN SHEIKH-M-46    IND
—    15-ASHISH ARUN NAGRARE-M-28    IND
—    16-ADV. UPASHA BANSI TAYWADE-M-67    IND
—    17-JAGDISH RAGHUNATH AMBADE-M-44    IND
—    18-PRATIBHA UDAY KHAPARDE-F-35    IND
—    19-PREMDAS RAMCHANDRA RAMTEKE-M-48    IND
—    20-BARAPATRE CHANDRABHAN SOMAJI-M-48    IND
—    21-BALASAHEB ALIAS PRAMOD RAMAJI SHAMBHARKAR-M-40    IND
—    22-MOHAMAD HABIB REEZAVI-M-50    IND
—    23-RAJESHKUMAR MOHANLAL PUGALIA-M-37    IND
—    24-RAHUL MADHUKAR DESHMUKH-M-34    IND
—    25-VIJAY DEVRAO DHAKATE-M-26    IND
—    26-SUNIL GAYAPRASAD MISHRA-M-41    IND
—    27-PROF. DNYANESH WAKUDKAR-M-52    IND
S13-11-MH-Bhandara – gondiya    1-GANVIR SHIVKUMAR NAGARCHI-M-56    CPI
—    2-JAISWAL VIRENDRAKUMAR KASTURCHAND-M-53    BSP
—    3-PATLE SHISHUPAL NATTHUJI-M-42    BJP
—    4-PATEL PRAFUL MANOHARBHAI-M-52    NCP
—    5-UNDIRWADE HEMANT JAGIVAN-M-45    PRCP
—    6-JAMAIWAR SUNIL PARASRAM-M-38    RSPS
—    7-PATHAN MUSHTAK LATIF-M-32    DESEP
—    8-PRATIBHA VASANT PIMPALKAR-F-38    BBM
—    9-WASNIK SUNIL MANIRAM-M-38    RP(K)
—    10-UKEY CHINDHUJI LAKHAJI-M-50    IND
—    11-GAJBHIYE BRAMHASWARUP BABURAO-M-33    IND
—    12-GAJBHIYE RAJENDRA MAHADEO-M-35    IND
—    13-ADV. DHANANJAY SHAMLALJI RAJABHOJ-M-50    IND
—    14-NANABHAU FALGUNRAO PATOLE-M-47    IND
—    15-PATLE AKARSING SITARAM-M-36    IND
—    16-PROF. DR. BHASKARRAO MAHADEORAO JIBHAKATE-M-63    IND
—    17-MIRZA WAHIDBEG AHAMADBEG-M-33    IND
—    18-YELE GANESHRAM SUKHRAM-M-54    IND
—    19-RAHANGADALE MULCHAND OLGAN-M-56    IND
—    20-DR. RAMSAJIVAN KAWDU LILHARE-M-60    IND
—    21-SADANAND SHRAWANJI GANVIR-M-40    IND
S13-12-MH-Gadchiroli-Chimur    1-ASHOK MAHADEORAO NETE-M-45    BJP
—    2-ATRAM RAJE SATYAWANRAO-M-58    BSP
—    3-KOWASE MAROTRAO SAINUJI-M-59    INC
—    4-NAMDEO ANANDRAO KANNAKE-M-50    CPI
—    5-PROFFESOR KHANDALE KAWDU TULSHIRAM-M-69    KKJHS
—    6-ADV. DADMAL PRABHAKAR MAHAGUJI-M-54    PRBP
—    7-PENDAM DIWAKAR GULAB-M-38    BBM
—    8-PENDAM PURUSHOTTAM ZITUJI-M-35    DESEP
—    9-VIJAY SURAJSING MADAVI-M-39    GGP
—    10-JAMBHULE NARAYAN DINABAJI-M-54    IND
—    11-DINESH TUKARAM MADAVI-M-28    IND
S13-13-MH-Chandrapur    1-AHIR HANSARAJ GANGARAM-M-54    BJP
—    2-PUGALIA NARESH-M-60    INC
—    3-ADV. HAZARE DATTABHAU KRUSHNARAO-M-52    BSP
—    4-KHARTAD LOMESH MAROTI-M-55    RWS
—    5-KHOBRAGADE DESHAK GIRISHBABU-M-38    BBM
—    6-CHATAP WAMAN SADASHIVRAO-M-58    STBP
—    7-JAWED ABDUL KURESHI ALIAS PROF. JAWED PASHA-M-47    JMM
—    8-JITENDRA ADAKU RAUT-M-32    ABMP
—    9-DANGE NATTHU BHAURAO-M-41    ARP
—    10-PATHAN A. RAZZAK KHAN HAYAT KHAN-M-44    SP
—    11-MASRAM NIRANJAN SHIVRAM-M-42    GGP
—    12-KALE DAMODHAR LAXMAN-M-85    IND
—    13-QURESHI IKHALAQ MOHD. YUSUF-M-51    IND
—    14-GODE NARAYAN SHAHUJI-M-42    IND
—    15-DEKATE BHASKAR PARASHRAM-M-55    IND
—    16-MADHUKAR VITTHALRAO NISTANE-M-43    IND
—    17-MESHRAM CHARANDAS JANGLUJI-M-65    IND
—    18-RAMESH RAGHOBAJI TAJNE-M-45    IND
—    19-VINOD DINANATH MESHRAM-M-34    IND
—    20-VIRENDRA TARACHANDJI PUGLIA-M-53    IND
—    21-SHATRUGHN VYANKATRAO SONPIMPLE-M-37    IND
—    22-SANJAY NILKANTH GAWANDE-M-45    IND
—    23-HIWARKAR SUDHIR MOTIRAMJI-M-43    IND
S13-14-MH-Yavatmal-Washim    1-YEDATKAR DILIP LAXMANRAO-M-50    BSP
—    2-BHAVANA GAWALI (PATIL)-F-36    SHS
—    3-HARISING RATHOD-M-54    INC
—    4-UTTAM BHAGAJI KAMBLE-M-41    PRCP
—    5-KURESHI SK. MEHBUB SK.FATTU-M-44    BBM
—    6-KWAJA NASIRODDINE KHAN-M-29    DESEP
—    7-GAJANAN KASHIRAM PATIL (HEMBADE)-M-26    KM
—    8-DHAGE VITTHAL MAHADEV-M-45    RSPS
—    9-MANIYAR YUNUS MAHMOOD ZAHMI-M-50    AUDF
—    10-MOHMMAD KHAN AZIZ KHAN-M-43    SP
—    11-ATHAWALE SADANAND PRALHADRAO-M-39    IND
—    12-GAJANAN BURMAL DODWADE-M-36    IND
—    13-NETAJI SITARAMJI KINAKE-M-58    IND
—    14-NANDKISHOR NARAYANRAO THAKARE-M-34    IND
—    15-PAWAR RAMESH GORSING-M-53    IND
—    16-PURUSHOTTAM DOMAJI BHAJGAWRE-M-48    IND
—    17-MADHUKAR SHIVDASPPA GORATE-M-67    IND
—    18-MANOJ JANARDAN PATIL-M-38    IND
—    19-MUKHADE SAU. LALITARAI SUBHASHRAO-F-32    IND
—    20-MESHRAM BANDU GANPAT-M-40    IND
—    21-MOHD. INAMURRAHIM MOHD. MUSA-M-51    IND
—    22-RAVINDRA ALIAS RAVIPAL MADHUKARRAO GANDHE-M-32    IND
—    23-RAJKUMAR NARAYAN BHUJADALE-M-35    IND
—    24-RATHOD DEVISING RAMA-M-56    IND
—    25-SD. VHIDODDIN SD. KRIMODDIN-M-44    IND
—    26-VISHNU KASINATH TAWKAR-M-47    IND
—    27-SURESH BABAN PEDEKAR-M-33    IND
—    28-SURESH BHIVA TARAL-M-29    IND
S13-15-MH-Hingoli    1-DR. B.D. CHAVHAN-M-45    BSP
—    2-SUBHASH BAPURAO WANDHEDE-M-46    SHS
—    3-SURYAKANTA JAIWANTRAO PATIL-F-63    NCP
—    4-UTTAMRAO DAGADUJI BHAGAT-M-65    PRCP
—    5-AJAS NOORMINYA-M-32    DESEP
—    6-NAIK MADHAVRAO BAHENARAO-M-65    BBM
—    7-VINAYAK SHRIRAM BHISE-M-27    KM
—    8-GUNDEKAR SANJAY ADELU-M-35    IND
—    9-PATHAN SATTAR KASIMKHAN-M-38    IND
—    10-PACHPUTE RAMPRASAD KISHANRAO-M-41    IND
—    11-MD. A. MUJIM ANSARI A.-M-33    IND
S13-16-MH-Nanded    1-KHATGAONKAR PATIL BHASKARRAO BAPURAO-M-65    INC
—    2-MD. MAKBUL SALIM HAJI MD. KHAJA-M-60    BSP
—    3-SAMBHAJI PAWAR-M-60    BJP
—    4-ALTAF AHMAD EAKBAL AHMAD-M-43    BBM
—    5-KHADE SANJAY WAMANRAO-M-29    PRCP
—    6-TIWARI RAMA BHAGIRAT-F-40    RSPS
—    7-ADV. C.S. BAHETI-M-56    JP
—    8-MORE RAJESH EKNATHRAO-M-34    KM
—    9-A. RAEES A. JABBAR-M-36    ANC
—    10-SHINDE PREETI MADHUKAR-F-27    JSS
—    11-SHUDHIR YASHWANT SURVE-M-40    KKJHS
—    12-COM. ASHOK NAGORAO GHAYALE-M-40    IND
—    13-ANAND JADHAV HOTALKAR-M-42    IND
—    14-KOREWAR BALAJI NARSING-M-38    IND
—    15-JADHAV VISHNU MAROTI-M-35    IND
—    16-NAVGHARE ANAND PANDURANG-M-48    IND
—    17-NARAYAN SURYAVANSHI DOANGONKAR-M-63    IND
—    18-PATHAN ZAFAR ALI KHAN MAHEMUD ALI KHAN-M-63    IND
—    19-AIDS MAN’ PRAKASH TATERAO LANDGE-M-40    IND
—    20-BHARANDE RAMCHANDRA GANGARAM-M-31    IND
—    21-ADV. RAMRAO PANDURANG WAGHMARE-M-52    IND
—    22-HANMANTE VIJAY CHANDRAO-M-35    IND
S13-17-MH-Parbhani    1-ADV. DUDHGAONKAR GANESHRAO NAGORAO-M-64    SHS
—    2-RAJSHRI BABASAHEB JAMAGE-F-46    BSP
—    3-WARPUDKAR SURESH AMBADASRAO-M-60    NCP
—    4-AJIM AHMED KHAN AJIJ KHAN-M-32    DESEP
—    5-ASHOKRAO BABARAO AMBHORE-M-46    ANC
—    6-KACHOLE MANAVENDRA SAWALARAM-M-65    STBP
—    7-KALE VYANKATRAO BHIMRAO-M-31    KM
—    8-NAMDEV LIMBAJI KACHAVE-M-68    KKJHS
—    9-BHAND GANGADHAR SAKHARAM-M-70    BBM
—    10-MULE BABAN DATTARAO-M-41    RSPS
—    11-RUMALE TUKARAM DHONDIBA-M-51    PRCP
—    12-SAYYAD EKRAMODDIN SAYYAD MUNIRODDIN-M-58    LVKP
—    13-ASAD BIN ABDULLAHA BIN-M-43    IND
—    14-JAMEEL AHMED SK. AHMED-M-44    IND
—    15-DR. DESHMUKH KISHANRAO JANARDHANRAO (EX-SERVICEMAN)-M-74    IND
—    16-RATHOD RAMRAO DHANSING SIR-M-58    IND
—    17-SHINDE LAXMAN EKANATH-M-36    IND
—    18-SAMAR GORAKHNATH PAWAR-M-41    IND
—    19-SALVE SUDHAKAR UMAJI-M-47    IND
S13-18-MH-Jalna    1-DR. KALE KALYAN VAIJINATHRAO-M-46    INC
—    2-DANVE RAOSAHEB DADARAO-M-56    BJP
—    3-RATHOD RAJPALSINH GABRUSINH-M-35    BSP
—    4-AAPPASAHEB RADHAKISAN KUDHEKAR-M-29    KM
—    5-KISAN BALVANTA BORDE-M-61    PRCP
—    6-KHARAT ASHOK RAMRAO-M-51    BBM
—    7-TAWAR KAILAS BHAUSAHEB-M-45    STBP
—    8-DR. DILAWAR MIRZA BAIG-M-29    IUML
—    9-BHOJNE BABASAHEB SANGAM-M-37    RSPS
—    10-MISAL TUKARAM BABURAOJI-M-48    SP
—    11-RATNAPARKHE ARCHANA SUDHAKAR-F-31    RPIE
—    12-SUBHASH FAKIRA SALVE-M-43    ANC
—    13-SAYYAD MAKSUD NOOR-M-42    LJP
—    14-KOLTE MANOJ NEMINATH-M-26    IND
—    15-KHANDU HARISHCHANDRA LAGHANE-M-30    IND
—    16-NADE DNYANESHWAR DAGDU-M-41    IND
—    17-BABASAHEB PATIL SHINDE-M-53    IND
—    18-SONWANE ASHOK VITTHAL-M-45    IND
—    19-S. HUSAIN AHEMAD-M-37    IND
S13-19-MH-Aurangabad    1-UTTAMSINGH RAJDHARSINGH PAWAR-M-58    INC
—    2-CHANDRAKANT KHAIRE-M-57    SHS
—    3-SAYYED SALIM SAYYED YUSUF-M-56    BSP
—    4-JAHAGIRDAR MOHMAD AYUB GULAM-M-55    SP
—    5-JYOTI RAMCHANDRA UPADHAYAY-F-35    BBM
—    6-PANDURANG WAMANRAO NARWADE-M-39    PRCP
—    7-BHIMSEN RAMBHAU KAMBLE-M-44    RPIE
—    8-MANIK RAMU SHINDE-M-34    KM
—    9-SHAIKH HARUN MALIK SAHEB-M-50    RSPS
—    10-UTTAM MANIK KIRTIKAR-M-30    IND
—    11-EJAZ KHAN BISMILLAH KHAN-M-33    IND
—    12-KAZI MUSHIRODDIN TAJODDIN-M-63    IND
—    13-KRISHNA DEVIDAS JADHAV-M-25    IND
—    14-JADHAV TOTARAM GANPAT-M-51    IND
—    15-JADHAV VISHNU SURYABHAN-M-50    IND
—    16-JADHAV SUBHASH RUPCHAND-M-33    IND
—    17-BANKAR MILIND RANUJI-M-38    IND
—    18-SHANTIGIRIJI MOUNGIRIJI MAHARAJ-M-50    IND
—    19-SHAIKH RAFIQ SHAIKH RAZZAK-M-30    IND
—    20-SHAIKH SALIM PATEL WAHEGAONKAR-M-38    IND
—    21-SAYYED RAUF SAYYED ZAMIR-M-54    IND
—    22-SUBHASH KISANRAO PATIL (JADHAV)-M-47    IND
S13-20-MH-Dindori    1-GAVIT JEEVA PANDU-M-60    CPM
—    2-GANGURDE DIPAK SHANKAR-M-36    BSP
—    3-CHAVAN HARISHCHANDRA DEORAM-M-57    BJP
—    4-ZIRWAL NARHARI SITARAM-M-50    NCP
—    5-PAWAR SAMPAT WAMAN-M-30    BBM
—    6-GANGURDE BALU KISAN-M-37    IND
—    7-BHIKA HARISING BARDE-M-75    IND
—    8-VIJAY NAMDEO PAWAR-M-45    IND
—    9-SHANKAR DEORAM GANGUDE-M-51    IND
S13-21-MH-Nashik    1-GAIKWAD DATTA NAMDEO-M-47    SHS
—    2-SAMEER BHUJBAL-M-35    NCP
—    3-SHRIMAHANT SUDHIRDAS MAHARAJ-M-43    BSP
—    4-KAILAS MADHUKAR CHAVAN-M-28    IJP
—    5-GODSE HEMANT TUKARAM-M-38    MNS
—    6-JADHAV NAMDEO BHIKAJI-M-57    BBM
—    7-RAYATE VIJAY SAKHARAM ( RAYATE SIR)-M-52    HJP
—    8-AD. GULVE RAMNATH SANTUJI-M-42    IND
—    9-DATTU GONYA GAIKWAD-M-50    IND
—    10-PRAVINCHANDRA DATTARAM DETHE-M-42    IND
—    11-BHARAT HIRMAN PARDESHI-M-37    IND
—    12-RAJENDRA SAMPATRAO KADU-M-35    IND
S13-22-MH-Palghar    1-KOM LAHANU SHIDVA-M-71    CPM
—    2-ADV. CHINTAMAN NAVSHA VANGA-M-58    BJP
—    3-DALAVI BHASKAR LADKU-M-44    BSP
—    4-SHINGADA DAMODAR BARKU-M-54    INC
—    5-CHANDRAKANT BALU PHUPANE-M-42    BBM
—    6-JADHAV BALIRAM SUKUR-M-55    BVA
—    7-DR. KASHIRAM MAHADU DHONDAGHA-M-28    IND
—    8-PANDURANG JETHYA PARADHI-M-49    IND
S13-23-MH-Bhiwandi    1-TAWARE SURESH KASHINATH-M-51    INC
—    2-PATIL JAGANNATH SHIVRAM-M-64    BJP
—    3-V.G.PATIL-M-60    BSP
—    4-AJIM GANI SHEKH-M-36    RKSP
—    5-ISMAIL SHAIKH LATIF-M-32    KKJHS
—    6-DEVRAJ KISAN MHATRE-M-49    MNS
—    7-R.R. PATIL-M-67    SP
—    8-MURTUZA MUZAFFAR SHAIKH-M-53    NNP
—    9-SHASHIKANT MOTIRAM KATHORE-M-30    RSPS
—    10-SHAIKH MEHBOOB BASHA VALI-M-42    BBM
—    11-GURUNATH UNDRYA NAIK-M-32    IND
—    12-DATTU GANAPAT BHOIR-M-53    IND
—    13-MAHENDRA KERU WADHVINDE-M-54    IND
—    14-MAHENDRA R. MOHITE-M-43    IND
—    15-VIKAS SAKHARAM NIKAM-M-30    IND
—    16-VISHWANATH R. PATIL-M-54    IND
S13-24-MH-Kalyan    1-ANAND PRAKASH PARANJAPE-M-36    SHS
—    2-KHAN KAMRUDDIN A. GANI-M-50    BSP
—    3-DAWKHARE VASANT SHANKARRAO-M-59    NCP
—    4-AZAMI MUHAMMAD MAROOF NASIM-M-42    RSPS
—    5-KHAN AYAD MOHAMMAD NEBAS ALI-M-72    IUML
—    6-NARENDRA WAMAN MORE-M-45    PRBP
—    7-VAISHALI DAREKAR-RANE-F-34    MNS
—    8-ADV.S.S.SALVE RETIRED JUDGE-M-63    BBM
—    9-SAYYAD HASINA MOHAMMED NASEEM-F-45    NBNP
—    10-HRUDHAYNATH BAPU WAGHODE ALIAS BALABHAU-M-29    KM
—    11-ALOK SINGH CHOTELAL-M-34    IND
—    12-GOVARDHAN CHANGO BHAGAT-M-64    IND
—    13-DHANANJAY BAPPASAHEB JOGDAND-M-28    IND
—    14-COM. BABAN KAMBLE-M-40    IND
—    15-BHANUSHALI LAXMINDAS VELJI-M-49    IND
—    16-MOHHAMAD YUSUF FAROOKH KHAN-M-32    IND
—    17-VADHVINDE MAHENDRA KERU-M-54    IND
—    18-SHIRSE RAMSINGH UKHAJI-M-35    IND
—    19-SIDDIQUE ASFAQUE ALI-M-46    IND
—    20-SURESH RAM PANDAGALE-M-35    IND
S13-25-MH-Thane    1-AVANINDRA KUMAR TRIPATHI-M-28    BSP
—    2-CHAUGULE VIJAY LAXMAN-M-47    SHS
—    3-DR.SANJEEV GANESH NAIK-M-37    NCP
—    4-KAMLAKAR ANAND TAYDE-M-44    BBM
—    5-JAIN SEEMA MAHENDRA-F-36    PRBP
—    6-PATHAN JAVEED KAMIL KHAN-M-28    NNP
—    7-PARAG HANUMANT NEWALKAR-M-32    KKJHS
—    8-BERNARDSHAW DAVID NADAR-M-50    RP(K)
—    9-MAHESH RATHI “CHANAKYA”-M-49    RVNP
—    10-RAJAN RAJE-M-51    MNS
—    11-SINGH RAJESH MUNNILAL-M-33    RSPS
—    12-AHMAD AFJAL SHAIKH-M-34    IND
—    13-KAMBLE SACHIN SHIRPAT-M-29    IND
—    14-KUMAR K.-M-42    IND
—    15-KHAN FIROZ YUSUFKHAN-M-33    IND
—    16-GAUD FAUJDAR RANGI-M-61    IND
—    17-CHETAN PRAKASH JADHAV-M-27    IND
—    18-JAIPRAKASH NARAYAN BHANDE-M-34    IND
—    19-R.D. TAMBE-M-66    IND
—    20-PARANJAPE DIPSHREE DEEPAK-F-37    IND
—    21-PRAMOD INGALE-M-44    IND
—    22-FREDI ALBERT BHANGA-M-45    IND
—    23-MURLIDHAR KRUSNA PAWAR-M-68    IND
—    24-MANGESH BHARAT KHADE-M-30    IND
—    25-MOH. RIZWAN ABDULLA PATEL-M-54    IND
—    26-VIJAY CHAUGULE-M-35    IND
—    27-VIDYADHAR LAXMAN JOSHI-M-44    IND
—    28-VILAS DIPAK KHAMBE-M-51    IND
—    29-SAYED SHAFIQ AHMED ZOIDI-M-31    IND
—    30-SWATANTRA KUMAR PARMANAND ANAND-M-57    IND
S13-26-MH-Mumbai North    1-RAM NAIK-M-74    BJP
—    2-LAKHMENDRA KHURANA-M-51    BSP
—    3-SANJAY BRIJKISHORLAL NIRUPAM-M-44    INC
—    4-USMAN THIM-M-41    SP
—    5-KAILAS KATHAJI CHAVAN-M-36    PRCP
—    6-PARKAR SHIRISH LAXMAN-M-45    MNS
—    7-RAMESH KUMAR R. SINGH-M-40    SBSP
—    8-RAJENDRA J. THACKER-M-51    PRPI
—    9-DR. LEO REBELLO-M-58    BBM
—    10-SANGEETA SHETTY LOKHANDE-F-38    PPIS
—    11-AD ARUN R. KEJRIWAL-M-36    IND
—    12-KALYAN BHIMA GALPHADE-M-37    IND
—    13-GOPAL RAGHUNATH JAMSANDEKAR-M-63    IND
—    14-JAMNA PRASAD GANGAPRASAD PATEL-M-49    IND
—    15-JAHIR HUSSEIN ABDUL GANI HAVALDAR-M-30    IND
—    16-BHANDARI RAMESH SUKUR-M-50    IND
—    17-MAHENDRA TUKARAM AHIRE-M-41    IND
—    18-RAKESH D. KUMAR-M-33    IND
—    19-VASHRAMBHAI MOHANBHAI PATEL-M-54    IND
—    20-SHYAM TIPANNA KURADE-M-43    IND
—    21-SUBODH GIRDHARI RANJAN-M-35    IND
—    22-SUBHASH PARSHURAM KHANVILKAR-M-44    IND
—    23-SURENDRA AMBALAL PATEL-M-53    IND
S13-27-MH-Mumbai North West    1-ATHAR SIDDIQUI-M-51    BSP
—    2-AD.KAMAT GURUDAS VASANT-M-54    INC
—    3-GAJANAN KIRTIKAR-M-65    SHS
—    4-AGGARWAL RISHI DHARAMPAL-M-34    JGP
—    5-ABU ASIM AZMI-M-53    SP
—    6-JADHAV BHIKAJI GANGARAM-M-48    KKJHS
—    7-THAKARE SHALINI JITENDRA-F-40    MNS
—    8-TAWADE DILIP NARAYAN-M-51    AIFB
—    9-PAWAR SUBHASH PANDURANG-M-37    PRCP
—    10-VAIJANATH SANGRAM GAIKWAD-M-37    BBM
—    11-ANITA RAMKRUSHAN RUPAWATE-F-35    IND
—    12-KAMBLE SATISH KISAN-M-45    IND
—    13-DAYANAND NIVRUTI KAMBLE-M-41    IND
—    14-DHOTRE MARUTI YAMNAPPA-M-47    IND
—    15-NINAD MANJARDEKAR-M-34    IND
—    16-PRAMOD SITARAM KASURDE-M-37    IND
—    17-BHATIA RIPUDAMAN SINGH-M-66    IND
—    18-MOHAMMED RAFIQ ABDUL RAZAK SHAIKH-M-54    IND
—    19-MAHADEV LIMBAJI GALPHADE-M-38    IND
—    20-DR. VIJAY BHAVE-M-48    IND
—    21-SANTOSH PANDURANG CHAIKE-M-35    IND
S13-28-MH-Mumbai North East    1-ASHOK CHANDRAPAL SINGH-M-45    BSP
—    2-KIRIT SOMAIYA-M-55    BJP
—    3-SANJAY DINA PATIL-M-40    NCP
—    4-KOKARE SANJAY DHAKU-M-43    BBM
—    5-MANISHA MUKESH GADE-F-34    KKJHS
—    6-VISHWANATH DATTU PATIL-M-43    RSPS
—    7-SHISHIR SHINDE-M-55    MNS
—    8-JAYESH C. MIRANI-M-48    IND
—    9-TATVASAHEB REVDEKAR-M-47    IND
—    10-DIKSHA JITENDRA JAGTAP-F-38    IND
—    11-DHARMPAL BHAGWAN MESHRAM-M-47    IND
—    12-NAMDEV TUKARAM SATHE-M-34    IND
—    13-NARAYAN ANAND ROKADE-M-37    IND
—    14-PANKAJBHAI SOMCHAND SHAH-M-55    IND
—    15-PRAKASH D. KAMBLE-M-33    IND
—    16-SUNITA MOHAN TUPSOUNDARYA-F-38    IND
S13-29-MH-Mumbai North central    1-EBRAHIM SHAIKH-M-61    BSP
—    2-DUTT PRIYA SUNIL-F-42    INC
—    3-MAHESH RAM JETHMALANI-M-52    BJP
—    4-JAYESH JASHWANTRAI BHAYANI-M-45    THPI
—    5-BHOSALE NITIN GANGARAM-M-35    RPIE
—    6-MOHAMAND RAFIQ QURESHI-M-28    NNP
—    7-MOHD. SHAHID-M-37    IBSP
—    8-SHILPA ATUL SARPOTDAR-F-41    MNS
—    9-SUREKHA PEVEKAR-F-38    RSPS
—    10-ARORA RAKESH VISHWANATH-M-48    IND
—    11-ASLAM HANIF KHOT-M-43    IND
—    12-CHELJI S. PATEL-M-43    IND
—    13-TULSIDAS KRISHNADAS NAIR-M-36    IND
—    14-COM. DEVCHAND RANDIVE-M-44    IND
—    15-MOHAMAD YAHIYA SIDDHIQUE-M-27    IND
—    16-RAJKAMAL JAISINGH YADAV-M-25    IND
—    17-WAGHMARE AATISH RAMCHANDRA-M-35    IND
—    18-SUDHIR SHANKAR PARDESHI-M-36    IND
—    19-SUHAS BHIKURAM TAMBE-M-34    IND
S13-30-MH-Mumbai South central    1-IQBAL MOHAMMAD SAYYAD-M-54    RJD
—    2-EKNATH M. GAIKWAD-M-69    INC
—    3-BARVE PRAVIN RAMCHANDRA-M-62    BSP
—    4-SURESH ANANT GAMBHIR-M-65    SHS
—    5-DR. AKALPITA PARANJPE-F-61    BUDM
—    6-AD. ANARYA PUNDALIK PAWAR-M-32    BBM
—    7-KAMAL NARAYAN WAGHDARE-F-41    RP(K)
—    8-KARAM HUSSAIN KHAN-M-36    NLHP
—    9-KISHOR BHAGWAN JAGTAP-M-41    RSPS
—    10-GARUD MILIND MADHAV (M.G.)-M-44    RPIE
—    11-MOHHAMMED USMAN SHAIKH-M-36    BMSM
—    12-RAJENDRA GANPAT JADHAV-M-34    PRCP
—    13-SHWETA VIVEK PARULKAR-F-42    MNS
—    14-KISHORKUMAR VASANTRAO JADHAV-M-36    IND
—    15-TRIYOGINATH DUBEY-M-42    IND
—    16-DILIP RAMCHANDRA GANDHI-M-45    IND
—    17-MANOJ G. SINGH-M-39    IND
—    18-RAJU SAHEBRAO DALVI-M-38    IND
—    19-ROHAN GAWRU TAMBE-M-42    IND
—    20-LAYEEK AHMED ANSARI-M-38    IND
—    21-VIKAS KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    22-SHAHAJIRAO DHONDIBA THORAT-M-46    IND
—    23-DR. SAILEN KUMAR GHOSH-M-60    IND
S13-31-MH-Mumbai South    1-DEORA MILIND MURLI-M-33    INC
—    2-MOHAN RAWALE-M-60    SHS
—    3-MOHAMMAD ALI ABUBAKAR SHAIKH-M-48    BSP
—    4-AVDHUT RAMCHANDRA BHISE-M-46    JD(S)
—    5-CHIRAG KANTILAL JETHAVA-M-28    KKJHS
—    6-FIROZ USMAN TINVALA-M-43    DESEP
—    7-BALA NANDGAONKAR-M-51    MNS
—    8-DR.MONA KARTIK SHAH-F-38    PRPI
—    9-MOHAMMED AMIR SHAIKH (MONTU)-M-35    RPI(D)
—    10-AD. RAJESH YASHVANT BHOSALE-M-41    PPOI
—    11-SAYYED ATHER ALI-M-56    SP
—    12-ASHOK SHANKAR AMBULKAR-M-42    IND
—    13-KHIMJI CHIMAN MAKWANA-M-62    IND
—    14-ADVOCATE FIROZ AHMED ANSARI-M-52    IND
—    15-MIRA H. SANYAL-F-47    IND
—    16-MUKESH NEMICHAND JAIN-M-38    IND
—    17-DR. SHAIKH SHAHID AHMED-M-48    IND
—    18-SAYYED SALIM SAYYED RAHIM-M-58    IND
—    19-SURYAKANT KESHAV SHINGE-M-41    IND
—    20-ZNYOSHO RASHTRAPATI-M-62    IND
S13-32-MH-Raigad    1-ANANT GEETE-M-58    SHS
—    2-BARRISTER A.R. ANTULAY-M-80    INC
—    3-MOHITE KIRAN BABURAO-M-34    BSP
—    4-EKANATH ARJUN PATIL-M-48    RSPS
—    5-ADV. PRAVIN MADHUKAR THAKUR-M-39    IND
—    6-DR. SIDDHARTH PATIL-M-54    IND
—    7-SUNIL BHASKAR NAIK-M-51    IND
S13-33-MH-Maval    1-PANSARE AZAM FAKEERBHAI-M-48    NCP
—    2-BABAR GAJANAN DHARMSHI-M-66    SHS
—    3-MISHRA UMAKANT RAMESHWAR-M-36    BSP
—    4-AYU. DEEPALI NIVRUTTI CHAVAN-F-35    PRCP
—    5-PRADIP PANDURANG KOCHAREKAR-M-49    RSPS
—    6-ADV.SHIVSHANKAR DATTATRAY SHINDE-M-31    KM
—    7-ISHWAR DATTATRAY JADHAV-M-46    IND
—    8-JAGANNATH PANDURANG KHARGE-M-38    IND
—    9-DOLE BHIMRAJ NIVRUTTI-M-38    IND
—    10-ADVOCATE TUKARAM WAMANRAO BANSODE-M-64    IND
—    11-TANTARPALE GOPAL YASHWANTRAO-M-43    IND
—    12-ADVOCATE PRAMOD MAHADEV GORE-M-56    IND
—    13-BHAPKAR MARUTI SAHEBRAO-M-38    IND
—    14-MAHENDRA PRABHAKAR TIWARI-M-41    IND
—    15-BRO. MANUAL DESOZA-M-45    IND
—    16-YASHWANT NARAYAN DESAI-M-42    IND
—    17-SHAKEEL RAJBHAI SHAIKH-M-38    IND
—    18-HARIBHAU DADAJI SHINDE-M-70    IND
S13-34-MH-Pune    1-ANIL SHIROLE-M-59    BJP
—    2-KALMADI SURESH-M-64    INC
—    3-D S K ALIAS D.S.KULKARNI-M-58    BSP
—    4-ARUN BHATIA-M-66    PG
—    5-GULAB TATYA WAGHMODE-M-47    BBM
—    6-BAGBAN JAVED KASIM-M-26    IUML
—    7-VIKRAMADITYA OMPRAKASH DHIMAN-M-40    RSPS
—    8-VINOD ANAND SINH-M-55    PTSS
—    9-SHIROLE RANJEET SHRIKANT-M-32    MNS
—    10-SAVITA HAJARE-F-46    PPOI
—    11-SANGHARSH ARUN APTE-M-28    PRCP
—    12-AJAY VASANT PAITHANKAR-M-49    IND
—    13-ADAGALE BHAUSAHEB RAMCHANDRA-M-48    IND
—    14-ASHOK GANPAT PALKHE ALIAS SUTAR-M-45    IND
—    15-KAMTAM ISWAR SAMBHAYYA-M-67    IND
—    16-KULKARNI KAUSTUBH SHASHIKANT-M-26    IND
—    17-KHAN AMANULLA MOHMOD AL-M-55    IND
—    18-KHAN NISSAR TAJ AHMAD-M-44    IND
—    19-P. K. CHAVAN-M-80    IND
—    20-CHOUDHARI SUNIL GULABRAO-M-41    IND
—    21-CHOURE VILAS CHINTAMAN-M-45    IND
—    22-TATYA ALIAS NARAYAN SHANKAR WAMBHIRE-M-51    IND
—    23-TAMBOLI SHABBIR SAJJANBHAI-M-52    IND
—    24-DATTATRAYA GANESH TALGERI-M-61    IND
—    25-BAGADE SACHIN MARUTI-M-29    IND
—    26-BALU ALIAS ANIL SHIROLE-M-28    IND
—    27-BHARAT MANOHAR GAVALI-M-65    IND
—    28-BHAGWAT RAGHUNATH KAMBLE-M-35    IND
—    29-RAJENDRA BHAGAT ALIAS JITU BHAI-M-29    IND
—    30-VIKRAM NARENDRA BOKE-M-53    IND
—    31-SHINDE RAJENDRA BABURAO-M-44    IND
—    32-SHAIKH ALTAF KARIM-M-48    IND
—    33-SHRIKANT MADHUSUDAN JAGTAP-M-33    IND
—    34-SARDESAI KISHORKUMAR RAGHUNATH-M-42    IND
—    35-ADV.SUBHASH NARHAR GODSE-M-59    IND
—    36-SANTOSH ALIAS SOMNATH KALU PAWAR-M-38    IND
S13-35-MH-Baramati    1-KUDALEPATIL VIVEK ANANT-M-40    BSP
—    2-KANTA JAYSING NALAWADE-F-56    BJP
—    3-SUPRIYA SULE-F-39    NCP
—    4-MAYAWATI AMAR CHITRE-F-31    BMSM
—    5-SHELAR SANGEETA PANDURANG-F-33    KM
—    6-SACHIN VITTHAL AHIRE-M-29    PRCP
—    7-SAMPAT MARUTI TAKALE-M-54    RSPS
—    8-GHORPADE SAVEETA ASHOK-F-29    IND
—    9-TATYA ALIAS NARAYAN SHANKAR WAMBHIRE-M-51    IND
—    10-TANTARPALE GOPAL YESHWANTRAO-M-43    IND
—    11-DEEPAK SHANKAR BHAPKAR-M-26    IND
—    12-BHIMA ANNA KADALE-M-31    IND
—    13-MRUNALEENI JAYRAJ KAKADE-F-34    IND
—    14-YOGESH SONABA RANDHEER-M-39    IND
—    15-SHIVAJI JAYSING KOKARE-M-58    IND
—    16-SURESH BABURAO VEER-M-62    IND
—    17-SANGITA SHRIMAN BHUMKAR-F-30    IND
S13-36-MH-Shirur    1-ADHALRAO SHIVAJI DATTATRAY-M-52    SHS
—    2-ZAGADE YASHWANT SITARAM-M-35    BSP
—    3-VILAS VITHOBA LANDE-M-47    NCP
—    4-PALLAVI MOHAN HARSHE-F-27    PRCP
—    5-SHELAR DNYANOBA SHRIPATI-M-57    RPPI
—    6-SURESH MULCHAND KANKARIA (MAMA)-M-57    RSPS
—    7-ABHANG KONDIBHAU BHIMAJI-M-48    IND
—    8-KARANDE CHANGDEO NAMDEO-M-43    IND
—    9-KALURAM RAGHUNATH TAPKIR-M-52    IND
—    10-RAM DHARMA DAMBALE-M-37    IND
—    11-LANDE VILAS MHATARBA-M-37    IND
S13-37-MH-Ahmadnagar    1-KARDILE SHIVAJI BHANUDAS-M-50    NCP
—    2-KARBHARI WAMAN SHIRSAT ALIAS K.V. SHIRSAT-M-65    CPI
—    3-GADAKH TUKARAM GANGADHAR-M-55    BSP
—    4-GANDHI DILIPKUMAR MANSUKHLAL-M-59    BJP
—    5-KAZI SAJID MUJIR-M-41    RPIE
—    6-HAKE BHANUDAS KISAN-M-55    RSPS
—    7-HOLE BHANUDAS NAMDEO-M-48    BBM
—    8-ARUN KAHAR-M-45    IND
—    9-AVINASH MALHARRAO GHODAKE-M-40    IND
—    10-KHAIRE ARJUN DEORAO-M-39    IND
—    11-GAIKWAD BALASAHEB RAMCHANDRA-M-35    IND
—    12-NAUSHAD ANSAR SHAIKH-F-39    IND
—    13-PROF. MAHENDRA DADA SHINDE-M-29    IND
—    14-RAUT EKNATH BABASAHEB-M-56    IND
—    15-RAJIV APPASAHEB RAJALE-M-39    IND
S13-38-MH-Shirdi    1-KACHARU NAGU WAGHMARE-M-60    BSP
—    2-WAKCHOURE BHAUSAHEB RAJARAM-M-59    SHS
—    3-ATHAWALE RAMDAS BANDU-M-52    RPI
—    4-DHOTRE SUCHIT CHINTAMANI-M-25    KM
—    5-SATISH BALASAHEB PALGHADMAL-M-26    PRCP
—    6-ADHAGALE RAJENDRA NAMDEV-M-39    IND
—    7-KAMBALE RAMESH ANKUSH-M-32    IND
—    8-GAIKWAD APPASAHEB GANGADHAR-M-64    IND
—    9-BAGUL BALU DASHARATH-M-34    IND
—    10-MEDHE PRAFULLAKUMAR MURLIDHAR-M-46    IND
—    11-RAKSHE ANNASAHEB EKNATH-M-43    IND
—    12-RUPWATE PREMANAND DAMODHAR-M-65    IND
—    13-LODHE SHARAD LAXAMAN-M-42    IND
—    14-WAGH GANGADHAR RADHAJI-M-60    IND
—    15-VAIRAGHAR SUDHIR NATHA-M-38    IND
—    16-SABALE ANIL DAMODHAR-M-40    IND
—    17-SANDIP BHASKAR GOLAP-M-29    IND
S13-39-MH-Beed    1-KOKATE RAMESH BABURAO (ADASKAR)-M-42    NCP
—    2-MASKE MACHHINDRA BABURAO-M-54    BSP
—    3-MUNDE GOPINATHRAO PANDURANG-M-59    BJP
—    4-KHALGE KACHRU SANTRAMJI-M-48    BBM
—    5-GURAV KALYAN BHANUDAS-M-62    RKSP
—    6-TATE ASHOK SANTRAM-M-50    ARP
—    7-NIKALJE SHEELATAI MAHENDRA-F-34    PRCP
—    8-PRAMOD ALIAS PARMESHWAR SAKHARAM MOTE-M-32    KM
—    9-BABURAO NARAYANRAO KAGADE-M-63    ANC
—    10-DR. SHIVAJIRAO KISANRAO SHENDGE-M-39    RSPS
—    11-KAMAL KONDIRAM NIMBALKAR-F-39    IND
—    12-KAMBLE DEEPAK DYANOBA-M-32    IND
—    13-KHAN SIKANDAR KHAN HUSSAIN KHAN-M-58    IND
—    14-GUJAR KHAN MIRZA KHAN-M-28    IND
—    15-ADV.NATKAR RAMRAO SHESHRAO-M-61    IND
—    16-PATHAN GAFARKHAN JABBARKHAN-M-42    IND
—    17-MAHAMMAD AKARAM MAHAMMAD SALIMUDDIN BAGWAN-M-34    IND
—    18-RAMESH VISHVANATH KOKATE-M-32    IND
—    19-SAYYED MINHAJ ALI WAJED ALI (PENDKHJUR WALE)-M-34    IND
—    20-SAYYED SALIM FATTU-M-47    IND
—    21-SARDAR KHAN SULTANABABA-M-26    IND
S13-40-MH-Osmanabad    1-GAIKWAD RAVINDRA VISHWANATH-M-49    SHS
—    2-DIVAKAR YASHWANT NAKADE-M-35    BSP
—    3-PATIL PADAMSINHA BAJIRAO-M-68    NCP
—    4-JAGTAP BHAGWAN DADARAO-M-70    BBM
—    5-TARKASE DHANANJAY MURLIDHAR-M-34    ABHM
—    6-TAWADE PRAKASH TANAJIRAO-M-28    KM
—    7-BANSODE GUNDERAO SHIVRAM-M-73    RSPS
—    8-BABA FAIJODDIN SHAIKH-M-28    NELU
—    9-BHOSLE REVAN VISHWANATH-M-45    JD(S)
—    10-MUJAWAR SHAHABUDDIN NABIRASUL-M-37    PRCP
—    11-RAJENDRA RANDITRAO HIPPERGEKAR-M-38    KKJHS
—    12-ANGARSHA SALIM BABULAL-M-62    IND
—    13-GAIKWAD UMAJI PANDURANG-M-39    IND
—    14-CHAVAN BABU VITHOBA-M-40    IND
—    15-CHANDANE PINTU PANDURANG-M-35    IND
—    16-DADASAHEB SHANKARRAO JETITHOR-M-50    IND
—    17-NITURE ARUN BHAURAO-M-38    IND
—    18-PATEL HASHAM ISMAIL-M-55    IND
—    19-PAWAR HARIDAS MANIKRAO-M-35    IND
—    20-PATIL MAHADEO DNYANDEO-M-50    IND
—    21-BALAJI BAPURAO TUPSUNDARE-M-37    IND
—    22-ADV. BHAUSAHEB ANIL BELURE (BEMBLIKAR)-M-29    IND
—    23-MUNDHE PATRIL PADAMSINHA VIJAYSINHA-M-29    IND
—    24-YEVATE-PATIL SHRIMANT-M-55    IND
—    25-SANDIPAN RAMA ZOMBADE-M-41    IND
S13-41-MH-Latur    1-AAWALE JAYWANT GANGARAM-M-68    INC
—    2-GAIKWAD SUNIL BALIRAM-M-38    BJP
—    3-ADV. BABASAHEB SADSHIVRAO GAIKWAD-M-49    BSP
—    4-ARAK ASHOK VIKRAM-M-34    KM
—    5-V.K. ACHARYA-M-57    PRCP
—    6-T.M. KAMBLE-M-52    RPI(D)
—    7-GANNE TUKARAM RAMBHAU-M-59    JSS
—    8-BANSODE RAGHUNATH WAGHOJI-M-41    PRBP
—    9-BABURAO SATYAWAN POTBHARE-M-42    BBM
—    10-RAMKUMAR RAIWADIKAR-M-41    SWJP
—    11-SHRIKANT RAMRAO JEDHE-M-61    RSPS
—    12-SASANE ATUL GANGARAM-M-36    ARP
—    13-SAHEBRAO HARIBHAU WAGHMARE-M-46    KKJHS
—    14-AAWCHARE VIJAYKUMAR BABRUWAN-M-26    IND
—    15-KAMBLE BANSILAL RAMCHANDRA-M-51    IND
—    16-NILANGEKAR AVINASH MADHUKARRAO-M-30    IND
—    17-MANE GAJANAN PANDURANG-M-41    IND
—    18-SANJAY KABIRDAS GAIKWAD-M-35    IND
S13-42-MH-Solapur    1-GAIKWAD PRAMOD RAMCHANDRA-M-48    BSP
—    2-ADV. BANSODE SHARAD MARUTI-M-41    BJP
—    3-SHINDE SUSHILKUMAR SAMBHAJIRAO-M-67    INC
—    4-ADV. KASABEKAR SHRIDHAR LIMBAJI-M-59    RSPS
—    5-RAJGURU NARAYAN YEDU-M-60    BBM
—    6-LAXMIKANT CHANDRAKANT GAIKWAD-M-37    KKJHS
—    7-NARAYANKAR RAJENDRA BABURAO-M-44    IND
—    8-NITINKUMAR RAMCHANDRA KAMBLE ALIAS NITIN BANPURKAR-M-37    IND
—    9-BANSODE UTTAM BHIMSHA-M-50    IND
—    10-BANSODE RAHUL DATTU-M-33    IND
—    11-MILIND MAREPPA MULE-M-49    IND
—    12-VIKRAM UTTAM KASABE-M-33    IND
—    13-VIJAYKUMAR BHAGWANRAO UGHADE-M-38    IND
S13-43-MH-Madha    1-DESHMUKH SUBHASH SURESHCHANDRA-M-50    BJP
—    2-PAWAR SHARADCHANDRA GOVINDRAO-M-68    NCP
—    3-RAHUL VITTHAL SARWADE-M-49    BSP
—    4-AYU GAIKWAD SATISH SUGRAV-M-28    PRCP
—    5-CHAVAN SUBHASH VITTHAL-M-34    BBM
—    6-MAHADEO JAGANNATH JANKAR-M-40    RSPS
—    7-RAMCHANDRA NARAYAN KACCHAVE-M-40    KKJHS
—    8-SASTE KAKASAHEB MAHADEO-M-48    KM
—    9-SOU. NAGMANI KISAN JAKKAN-F-45    IND
—    10-DR.M. D. PATIL-M-50    IND
—    11-BANSODE BALVEER DAGADU-M-42    IND
—    12-BHANUDAS BHAGAWAN DEVAKATE-M-70    IND
—    13-DR. MAHADEO ABAJI POL-M-56    IND
—    14-SURESH SHAMRAO GHADGE-M-36    IND
—    15-DNYANESHWAR VITTHAL AMALE-M-26    IND
S13-44-MH-Sangli    1-PATEL M.JAVED M. YUSUF-M-38    BSP
—    2-PRATIK PRAKASHBAPU PATIL-M-35    INC
—    3-ASHOK DNYANU MANE(BHAU)-M-37    STBP
—    4-MANOHAR BALKRISHNA KHEDKAR-M-58    BBM
—    5-MAHADEV ANNA WAGHAMARE-M-65    RSPS
—    6-AJITRAO SHANKARRAO GHORPADE-M-56    IND
—    7-ANSARI SHABBIR AHEMED-M-61    IND
—    8-GANPATI TUKARAM KAMBLE ALIAS G.T. KAMBLE-M-70    IND
—    9-PANDHARE DATTATRAYA PANDURANG-M-51    IND
—    10-KAVTHEKAR PRAVIN BHAGWAN KAVTHEKAR ALIAS JIVA MAHALE-M-47    IND
—    11-MULANI BALEKHAN USMAN-M-46    IND
—    12-VAGARE MARUTI MURA-M-34    IND
—    13-SHAMRAO PIRAJI KADAM-M-64    IND
—    14-SIDDESHWAR SHIVAPPA BHOSALE-M-36    IND
S13-45-MH-Satara    1-CHAVAN PRASHANT VASANT-M-34    BSP
—    2-PURUSHOTTAM BAJIRAO JADHAV-M-45    SHS
—    3-BHONSLE SHRIMANT CHH. UDYANRAJE PRATAPSINHMAHARAJ-M-43    NCP
—    4-BHAUSAHEB GANGARAM WAGH-M-51    RSPS
—    5-ALANKRITA ABHIJIT AWADE-BICHUKALE-F-29    IND
S13-46-MH-Ratnagiri – sindhudurg    1-DR.NILESH NARAYAN RANE-M-28    INC
—    2-PARULEKAR JAYENDRA SHRIPAD-M-43    BSP
—    3-SURESH PRABHAKAR PRABHU-M-55    SHS
—    4-AJAY ALIAS AABA DADA JADHAV-M-28    KKJHS
—    5-RAJESH PUSUSHOTTAM SURVE-M-41    RSPS
—    6-VILASRAO KHANVILKAR-M-54    ABHM
—    7-SIRAJ ABDULLA KAUCHALI-M-60    BBM
—    8-KHALAPE AKBAR MAHAMMAD-M-55    IND
—    9-SURENDRA BORKAR-M-62    IND
S13-47-MH-Kolhapur    1-KAMBLE SUHAS NIVRUTI-M-41    BSP
—    2-CHHATRPATI SAMBHAJIRAJE SHAHU-M-38    NCP
—    3-DEVANE VIJAY SHAMRAO-M-50    SHS
—    4-KAMBLE MARUTI RAVELU-M-34    BBM
—    5-CHOUGULE BHAI P.T.-M-64    IND
—    6-DR. NEELAMBARI RAMESH MANDAPE-F-49    IND
—    7-S.R. TATYA PATIL-M-70    IND
—    8-BAJRANG KRISHNA PATIL-M-39    IND
—    9-MAHAMMADGOUS GULAB NADAF-M-57    IND
—    10-SADASHIVRAO MANDLIK DADOBA-M-74    IND
S13-48-MH-Hatkanangle    1-KANADE ANILKUMAR MAHADEV-M-37    BSP
—    2-MANE NIVEDITA SAMBHAJIRAO-F-45    NCP
—    3-RAGHUNATH RAMCHANDRA PATIL-M-58    SHS
—    4-PATIL UDAY PANDHARINATH-M-39    KM
—    5-BABURAO OMANNA KAMBLE-M-61    RSPS
—    6-MANE ARVIND BHIVA-M-43    BBM
—    7-SHETTI RAJU ALIAS DEVAPPA ANNA-M-41    SWP
—    8-ARUN ALIAS SHAM BAJARNAG BUCHADE-M-28    IND
—    9-THORAT ANANDRAO TUKARAM-M-46    IND
—    10-SURNIKE ANANDRAO VASANTRAO (FOUJI BAPU)-M-48    IND
S14-1-MN-Inner manipur    1-DR. THOKCHOM MEINYA-M-58    INC
—    2-THOUNAOJAM CHAOBA-M-70    MPP
—    3-MOIRANGTHEM NARA-M-58    CPI
—    4-WAHENGBAM NIPAMACHA SINGH-M-78    BJP
—    5-L. KSHETRANI DEVI-F-50    RBCP
—    6-ABDUL RAHMAN-M-58    IND
—    7-NONGMAITHEM HOMENDRO SINGH-M-45    IND
S14-2-MN-Outer manipur    1-THANGSO BAITE-M-56    INC
—    2-D. LOLI ADANEE-M-56    BJP
—    3-L.B. SONA-M-58    NCP
—    4-M. JAMKHONGAM @ M. YAMKHONGAM HAOKIP-M-49    RJD
—    5-THANGKHANGIN-M-53    LJP
—    6-MANI CHARENAMEI-M-50    PDA
—    7-VALLEY ROSE HUNGYO-F-53    IND
—    8-MANGSHI (ROSE MANGSHI HAOKIP)-F-63    IND
—    9-LAMLALMOI GANGTE-M-33    IND
S15-1-ML-Shillong    1-DALINGTON DYMPEP-M-78    CPI
—    2-JOHN FILMORE KHARSHIING-M-46    UDP
—    3-VINCENT H PALA-M-41    INC
—    4-P. B. M. BASAIAWMOIT-M-60    HSPDP
—    5-MARTLE N.MUKHIM-M-59    MDP
—    6-DENIS SIANGSHAI-M-44    IND
—    7-TIEROD PASSAH-M-45    IND
S15-2-ML-Tura    1-AGATHA K. SANGMA-F-28    NCP
—    2-DEBORA C. MARAK-F-43    INC
—    3-BOSTON MARAK-M-28    ACNC
—    4-ARLENE N. SANGMA-F-53    IND
S16-1-MZ-MIZORAM    1-LALAWMPUIA CHHANGTE-M-42    NCP
—    2-C.L.RUALA-M-72    INC
—    3-DR. H. LALLUNGMUANA-M-65    IND
—    4-RUALPAWLA-M-54    IND
S17-1-NL-Nagaland    1-K. ASUNGBA SANGTAM-M-62    INC
—    2-C.M. CHANG-M-65    NPF
—    3-DR. RILANTHUNG ODYUO-M-39    AITC
S18-1-OR-Bargarh    1-RADHARANI PANDA-F-48    BJP
—    2-SANJAY BHOI-M-35    INC
—    3-SUNIL KUMAR AGRAWAL-M-37    BSP
—    4-DR. HAMID HUSSAIN-M-54    BJD
—    5-NILADRI BEHARI PANDA-M-29    KOKD
—    6-SURENDRA KUMAR AGRAWAL-M-37    IND
S18-2-OR-Sundargarh    1-JUAL ORAM-M-48    BJP
—    2-JEROM DUNGDUNG-M-39    BSP
—    3-LIVNUS KINDO-M-64    JMM
—    4-SALOMI MINZ-F-48    CPM
—    5-HEMANANDA BISWAL-M-67    INC
—    6-RAMA CHANDRA EKKA-M-61    JDP
—    7-SAGAR SING MANKEE-M-60    KOKD
—    8-DALESWAR MAJHI-M-58    IND
—    9-MANSID EKKA-M-63    IND
S18-3-OR-Sambalpur    1-AMARNATH PRADHAN-M-51    INC
—    2-GOBINDA RAM AGARWAL-M-59    BSP
—    3-ROHIT PUJARI-M-35    BJD
—    4-SURENDRA LATH-M-59    BJP
—    5-ASHOK KUMAR NAIK-M-53    KOKD
—    6-BIJAYA KUMAR MAHANANDA-M-35    RPI
—    7-MD. ALI HUSSAIN-M-37    IND
S18-4-OR-Keonjhar    1-ANANTA NAYAK-M-39    BJP
—    2-DHANURJAYA SIDU-M-43    INC
—    3-YASHBANT NARAYAN SINGH LAGURI-M-38    BJD
—    4-LACHHAMAN MAJHI-M-42    JMM
—    5-DR SUDARSHAN LOHAR-M-59    BSP
—    6-CHITTA RANJAN MUNDA-M-37    IND
—    7-DR. FAKIR MOHAN NAIK-M-34    IND
S18-5-OR-Mayurbhanj    1-GAMHA SINGH-M-57    BSP
—    2-DROUPADI MURMU-F-50    BJP
—    3-LAXMAN TUDU-M-47    BJD
—    4-LAXMAN MAJHI-M-62    INC
—    5-SUDAM MARNDI-M-43    JMM
—    6-LAXMISWAR TAMUDIA-M-68    SP
—    7-SUNDAR MOHAN MAJHI-M-65    JDP
—    8-DEVI PRASANNA BESRA-M-61    IND
—    9-NARENDRA HANSDA-M-26    IND
—    10-RAMESWAR MAJHI-M-29    IND
S18-6-OR-Balasore    1-ARUN JENA-M-47    JMM
—    2-ARUN DEY-M-63    NCP
—    3-MAHAMEGHA BAHAN AIRA KHARABELA SWAIN-M-55    BJP
—    4-SHRADHANJALI PRADHAN-F-40    BSP
—    5-SRIKANTA KUMAR JENA-M-58    INC
—    6-DEBASISH RANJAN DASH-M-37    SAMO
—    7-RAKESH RANJAN PATRA-M-27    JHKP
—    8-GHASIRAM MOHANTA-M-66    IND
—    9-LAXIMIKANTA BEHERA-M-51    IND
S18-7-OR-Bhadrak    1-ANANTA PRASAD SETHI-M-58    INC
—    2-ARJUN CHARAN SETHI-M-68    BJD
—    3-NITYANANDA JENA-M-29    BSP
—    4-RATH DAS-M-54    BJP
—    5-GOLAK PRASAD MALLIK-M-60    IND
—    6-SUSANTA KUMAR JENA-M-31    IND
S18-8-OR-Jajpur    1-AMIYA KANTA MALLIK-M-50    INC
—    2-PARAMESWAR SETHI-M-40    BJP
—    3-MOHAN JENA-M-52    BJD
—    4-AJIT KUMAR JENA-M-42    SAMO
—    5-BABULI MALLIK-M-36    OMM
—    6-BHIMSEN BEHERA-M-44    JHKP
—    7-UDAYA NATH JENA-M-29    IND
—    8-KALANDI MALLIK-M-28    IND
S18-9-OR-Dhenkanal    1-KRISHNA CHANDRA SAHOO-M-48    BSP
—    2-CHANDRA SEKHAR TRIPATHY-M-60    INC
—    3-TATHAGATA SATPATHY-M-53    BJD
—    4-RUDRANARAYAN PANY-M-49    BJP
—    5-PRIYABRATA GARNAIK-M-28    KS
S18-10-OR-Bolangir    1-KALIKESH NARAYAN SINGH DEO-M-34    BJD
—    2-NARASINGHA MISHRA-M-68    INC
—    3-BALHAN SAGAR-M-51    BSP
—    4-SANGITA KUMARI SINGH DEO-F-47    BJP
—    5-DINGAR KUMBHAR-M-41    SAMO
S18-11-OR-Kalahandi    1-NAKULA MAJHI-M-66    BSP
—    2-BIKRAM KESHARI DEO-M-57    BJP
—    3-BHAKTA CHARAN DAS-M-52    INC
—    4-SUBASH CHANDRA NAYAK-M-62    BJD
—    5-PARAMESWAR KAND-M-47    SP
—    6-BALARAM HOTA-M-33    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-DAMBARUDHARA SUNANI-M-34    IND
—    8-MAHESWAR BHOI-M-36    IND
S18-12-OR-Nabarangpur    1-CHANDRADHWAJ MAJHI-M-49    BSP
—    2-DOMBURU MAJHI-M-68    BJD
—    3-PARSURAM MAJHI-M-49    BJP
—    4-PRADEEP KUMAR MAJHI-M-33    INC
S18-13-OR-Kandhamal    1-ASHOK SAHU-M-57    BJP
—    2-PAULA BALIARSING-M-52    BSP
—    3-RUDRAMADHAB RAY-M-71    BJD
—    4-SUZIT KUMAR PADHI-M-49    INC
—    5-NAKUL NAYAK-M-46    SP
—    6-AJIT KUMAR NAYAK-M-26    IND
—    7-KAMALA KANTA PANDEY-M-64    IND
—    8-GHORABANA BEHERA-M-42    IND
—    9-DEENABANDHU NAIK-M-45    IND
S18-14-OR-Cuttack    1-ANADI SAHU-M-68    BJP
—    2-GOPAL CHANDRA KAR-M-63    BSP
—    3-BIBHUTI BHUSAN MISHRA-M-57    INC
—    4-BHARTRUHARI MAHTAB-M-51    BJD
—    5-KAPILA CHARAN MALL-M-72    BOP
—    6-PRADIP ROUTRAY-M-40    KS
—    7-DEBANANDA SINGH-M-33    IND
S18-15-OR-Kendrapara    1-JNANDEV BEURA-M-44    BJP
—    2-RANJIB BISWAL-M-38    INC
—    3-LENIN LENKA-M-46    BSP
—    4-BAIJAYANT PANDA-M-45    BJD
—    5-PRATAP CHANDRA JENA-M-60    SAMO
—    6-PRAVAKAR NAYAK-M-48    KS
—    7-RAMA KRUSHNA DASH-M-44    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-SARAT CHANDRA SWAIN-M-49    IND
S18-16-OR-Jagatsinghpur    1-BAIDHAR MALLICK-M-46    BJP
—    2-BIBHU PRASAD TARAI-M-42    CPI
—    3-BIBHUTI BHUSAN MAJHI-M-37    BSP
—    4-RABINDRA KUMAR SETHY-M-54    INC
—    5-AKSHAYA KUMAR SETHI-M-25    SAMO
S18-17-OR-Puri    1-JITENDRA KUMAR SAHOO-M-35    BSP
—    2-DEBENDRA NATH MANSINGH-M-59    INC
—    3-PINAKI MISRA-M-49    BJD
—    4-BRAJA KISHORE TRIPATHY-M-62    BJP
—    5-KSHITISH BISWAL-M-80    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-SABYASACHI MOHAPATRA-M-35    KS
—    7-PRABHAT KUMAR BADAPANDA-M-42    IND
S18-18-OR-Bhubaneswar    1-AKSHAYA KUMAR MOHANTY-M-46    BSP
—    2-ARCHANA NAYAK-F-43    BJP
—    3-PRASANNA KUMAR PATASANI-M-66    BJD
—    4-SANTOSH MOHANTY-M-58    INC
—    5-UMA CHARANA MISHRA-M-60    JHKP
—    6-NABAGHAN PARIDA-M-66    BOP
—    7-PRAFUL KUMAR SAHOO-M-38    RPI(A)
—    8-BASANTA KUMAR BEHERA-M-47    KS
—    9-BIJAYANANDA MISHRA-M-51    LJP
—    10-JAGANNATH PRASAD LENKA-M-75    IND
—    11-DHIRENDRA SATAPATHY-M-67    IND
—    12-PRAMILA BEHERA-F-33    IND
—    13-SASTHI PRASAD SETHI-M-47    IND
S18-19-OR-Aska    1-NITYANANDA PRADHAN-M-65    BJD
—    2-RAMACHANDRA RATH-M-63    INC
—    3-SHANTI DEVI-F-71    BJP
—    4-KRISHNA DALABEHERA-M-43    KS
—    5-BIJAYA KUMAR MAHAPATRO-M-56    RSP
—    6-SURJYA NARAYAN SAHU-M-37    SAMO
—    7-KALICHARAN NAYAK-M-53    IND
—    8-DEBASIS MISRA-M-48    IND
—    9-K. SHYAM BABU SUBUDHI-M-73    IND
S18-20-OR-Berhampur    1-CHANDRA SEKHAR SAHU-M-58    INC
—    2-PABITRA GAMANGO-M-35    BSP
—    3-BHARAT PAIK-M-50    BJP
—    4-SIDHANT MAHAPATRA-M-42    BJD
—    5-NIRAKAR BEHERA-M-35    KS
—    6-ALI RAZA ZIADI-M-30    IND
—    7-KISHORE CHANDRA MAHARANA-M-61    IND
—    8-A. RAGHUNATH VARMA-M-71    IND
—    9-K. SHYAM BABU SUBUDHI-M-73    IND
S18-21-OR-Koraput    1-UPENDRA MAJHI-M-29    BJP
—    2-GIRIDHAR GAMANG-M-56    INC
—    3-JAYARAM PANGI-M-53    BJD
—    4-PAPANNA MUTIKA-M-65    BSP
—    5-KUMUDINI DISARI-F-34    SAMO
—    6-MEGHANADA SABAR-M-40    CPI(ML)(L)
S19-1-PB-Gurdaspur    1-SWARAN SINGH THAKUR-M-53    BSP
—    2-PARTAP SINGH BAJWA-M-52    INC
—    3-VINOD KHANNA-M-62    BJP
—    4-SUKRIT SHARDA-M-44    SP
—    5-GURPREET SINGH KHANNA-M-41    BGTD
—    6-YOG RAJ SHARMA-M-40    SHS
—    7-RAGHVIR KAUR-F-50    LJP
—    8-KULDEEP CHAND SAINI-M-61    IND
—    9-GURMEET SINGH-M-54    IND
—    10-NARAIN SINGH-M-57    IND
—    11-BALBIR SINGH-M-44    IND
—    12-LAL CHAND-M-40    IND
—    13-VIDYA BHUSHAN-M-67    IND
S19-2-PB-Amritsar    1-OM PRAKASH SONI-M-52    INC
—    2-B.K.N. CHHIBER-M-72    BSP
—    3-NAVJOT SINGH SIDHU-M-45    BJP
—    4-ANIL SINGH-M-44    RSP
—    5-DR.SURINDER SINGH-M-54    DCP
—    6-HARMEET SINGH-M-31    LJP
—    7-MAJOR G.S. GILL-M-61    RRD
—    8-JASWANT SINGH RANDHAWA-M-62    BGTD
—    9-SHAM LAL-M-26    IND
—    10-KANWALJIT SINGH MANAWALA-M-45    IND
—    11-GOKAL CHAND-M-42    IND
—    12-NARESH SINGH BHADAURIYA-M-46    IND
—    13-BAL KRISHAN-M-48    IND
—    14-LAVINDER KUMAR-M-41    IND
S19-3-PB-Khadoor Sahib    1-SURINDER SINGH SHAHI-M-51    BSP
—    2-DR. RATTAN SINGH AJNALA-M-65    SAD
—    3-RANA GURJEET SINGH-M-57    INC
—    4-DARSHAN SINGH-M-44    AIDWC
—    5-BALKAR SINGH-M-55    BGTD
—    6-MOHINDER SINGH-M-43    LJP
—    7-SUKHWANT SINGH-M-49    IND
—    8-HARJIT SINGH-M-37    IND
—    9-KANWAR PARTAP SINGH-M-41    IND
—    10-GIAN KAUR-F-45    IND
—    11-GURJIT SINGH-M-36    IND
—    12-JASPAL SINGH-M-38    IND
—    13-PRAGAT SINGH-M-41    IND
—    14-RAJINDER SINGH-M-43    IND
—    15-RAJINDER RIKHI-M-34    IND
S19-4-PB-Jalandhar    1-SURJIT SINGH-M-63    BSP
—    2-HANS RAJ HANS-M-47    SAD
—    3-MOHINDER SINGH KAYPEE-M-53    INC
—    4-ASHOK KUMAR-M-51    BGTD
—    5-JAGJIVAN RAM BHARTI-M-39    RPI
—    6-NAV VIKAS-M-28    LJP
—    7-RAJINDER SINGH-M-41    LTSD
—    8-DR. RAJINDER KUMAR-M-33    SP
—    9-VIJAY HANS-M-46    DBSP
—    10-SANJEEV KUMAR RAHELA-M-30    IND
—    11-HARI MITTER-M-39    IND
—    12-HANS RAJ PABWAN-M-43    IND
—    13-MOHINDER SINGH-M-54    IND
—    14-MOHINDER SINGH GILL-M-61    IND
—    15-RAKESH KUMAR BHAGAT-M-43    IND
S19-5-PB-Hoshiarpur    1-SANTOSH CHOWDHARY-F-66    INC
—    2-SUKHWINDER KUMAR-M-48    BSP
—    3-SOM PARKASH-M-60    BJP
—    4-PRINCIPAL MOHAN LAL KHOSLA-M-65    DBSP
—    5-LAL CHAND BHATTI-M-63    BGTD
—    6-VARINDER BHARTI-M-59    LJP
—    7-SARWAN SINGH-M-66    IND
—    8-HARMESH LAL SAROYA-M-36    IND
—    9-JATHEDAR DALJIT SINGH SODHI-M-48    IND
—    10-MAHINDER SINGH HAMIRA-M-43    IND
—    11-MUKHTAR SINGH MUKHA KHUJALA-M-44    IND
—    12-RITTA RAHELA-F-28    IND
S19-6-PB-Anandpur Sahib    1-KEWAL KRISHAN-M-49    BSP
—    2-DR. DALJIT SINGH CHEEMA-M-47    SAD
—    3-MAHAN SINGH-M-61    CPM
—    4-RAVNEET SINGH-M-33    INC
—    5-BACHAN LAL-M-49    LJP
—    6-BALWINDER SINGH-M-42    SP
—    7-MANJIT KAUR-F-37    DBSP
—    8-MOHAN SINGH-M-43    ARWP
—    9-VISHWANATH-M-48    SHS
—    10-SAT PAL-M-30    IND
—    11-SANSAR CHAND-M-70    IND
—    12-JASPAL SINGH-M-47    IND
—    13-DALJIT SINGH-M-65    IND
—    14-RESHAM LAL KAHLON-M-37    IND
S19-7-PB-Ludhiana    1-KEHAR SINGH-M-65    BSP
—    2-GURCHARAN SINGH GALIB-M-76    SAD
—    3-MANISH TEWARI-M-44    INC
—    4-SANJEEV KUMAR ATWAL-M-34    DBSP
—    5-SURINDER SINGH SODHI-M-62    LJP
—    6-HARISH KUMAR-M-39    RWS
—    7-GIRDHARI LAL-M-58    LBP
—    8-GURINDER SINGH SOOD-M-42    JKNPP
—    9-JASPAL SINGH-M-32    BGTD
—    10-TULSI RAM MISRA-M-53    SP
—    11-LADDU SHAH-M-42    LPSP
—    12-AJAY TANDON-M-29    IND
—    13-SURINDER PAL-M-39    IND
—    14-SHAMBHU KUMAR SINGH-M-39    IND
—    15-SHIV SUNDER-M-29    IND
—    16-SEIKH MUKHTIAR-M-55    IND
—    17-HARBANS SINGH SODHI-M-71    IND
—    18-KUNAL-M-36    IND
—    19-GURCHARAN SINGH-M-43    IND
—    20-CHANDER DEV SINGH-M-39    IND
—    21-JASVIR SINGH THETHI-M-53    IND
—    22-TEHAL SINGH-M-45    IND
—    23-DALJINDER SINGH-M-37    IND
—    24-BALBIR SINGH-M-73    IND
—    25-RAJESH KUMAR-M-29    IND
—    26-RAJESH GANDHI-M-39    IND
—    27-RAJESH PATEL-M-34    IND
—    28-RAVINDER KUMAR S/O SOHAN LAL-M-45    IND
—    29-RAVINDER KUMAR S/O MUNNA LAL-M-59    IND
—    30-VIJAY KUMAR GOEL-M-40    IND
S19-8-PB-Fatehgarh Sahib    1-SUKHDEV SINGH-M-76    INC
—    2-CHARANJIT SINGH ATWAL-M-72    SAD
—    3-RAI SINGH-M-67    BSP
—    4-HIRA LAL-M-46    BVP
—    5-KULWANT SINGH SANDHU-M-59    SAD(M)
—    6-B.P. SINGH GILL-M-49    LBP
—    7-BHUPINDER SINGH-M-39    RSP
—    8-RAM SINGH-M-52    LJP
—    9-SIKANDER SINGH-M-55    IND
—    10-PREM SINGH-M-43    IND
—    11-LACHHMAN SINGH-M-51    IND
S19-9-PB-Faridkot    1-SUKHWINDER SINGH DANNY-M-32    INC
—    2-KAUSHALYA CHAMAN BHAURA-F-60    CPI
—    3-PARAMJIT KAUR GULSHAN-F-60    SAD
—    4-RESHAM SINGH-M-56    BSP
—    5-GURMEET SINGH RANGHRETA-M-39    PLP
—    6-JASVIR SINGH-M-35    MB(S)P
—    7-PRITAM SINGH-M-70    RPI
—    8-PREM SINGH-M-63    SP
—    9-RAJ KAUR-F-60    AIDWC
—    10-SUKHWINDER SINGH-M-33    IND
—    11-SHARAN KAUR-F-56    IND
—    12-GURPREET SINGH-M-28    IND
—    13-NATHU RAM-M-68    IND
—    14-NIRMAL SINGH-M-49    IND
—    15-VEERPAL KAUR-F-42    IND
S19-10-PB-Ferozpur    1-SHER SINGH GHUBAYA-M-46    SAD
—    2-GURDEV SINGH-M-55    BSP
—    3-JAGMEET SINGH BRAR-M-52    INC
—    4-SAHAB SINGH-M-42    LJP
—    5-JINDER PAL SINGH-M-32    AIDWC
—    6-DHIAN SINGH MAND-M-43    SAD(M)
—    7-PAPU SINGH-M-49    RVNP
—    8-MATHRA DASS-M-73    PSS
—    9-ATMA RAM-M-51    IND
—    10-SATNAM SINGH-M-47    IND
—    11-SARABJEET SINGH-M-28    IND
—    12-SUBLAKSHMAN SHARMA-M-40    IND
—    13-SHER SINGH-M-38    IND
—    14-GURPAL SINGH-M-27    IND
—    15-JAGDEEP SINGH-M-39    IND
—    16-JAGMEET SINGH-M-25    IND
—    17-DALIP KUMAR-M-53    IND
—    18-PARAMJEET SINGH-M-51    IND
—    19-PRITAM SINGH-M-55    IND
—    20-BALJINDER SINGH-M-33    IND
—    21-BALTEJ SINGH BRAR-M-38    IND
—    22-BAU SINGH-M-42    IND
—    23-MANOJ KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    24-MUNSHA SINGH-M-39    IND
—    25-RAJ KUMAR-M-40    IND
—    26-RAJINDER KUMAR-M-33    IND
—    27-RIMPAL MIDHA-M-36    IND
S19-11-PB-Bathinda    1-HARSIMRAT KAUR BADAL-F-42    SAD
—    2-HARDEV SINGH ARSHI-M-59    CPI
—    3-NEM CHAND-M-38    BSP
—    4-RANINDER SINGH-M-41    INC
—    5-KIRANJIT SINGH GEHRI-M-40    LJP
—    6-GEETA RANI-F-45    ABSR
—    7-CHODHARI RAM CHAND-M-56    ABJP
—    8-NAVNEET-M-38    SHS
—    9-BHAGWANT SINGH SAMAON-M-28    CPI(ML)(L)
—    10-RAJ KAMAL GHARU-M-35    RVNP
—    11-LAKHWINDER SINGH-M-27    AIDWC
—    12-SURESH KUMAR-M-63    IND
—    13-HARDEV SINGH-M-43    IND
—    14-KARAM SINGH-M-35    IND
—    15-KEWAL SINGH-M-52    IND
—    16-JAGROOP SINGH-M-37    IND
—    17-DYAL CHAND-M-49    IND
—    18-NIRMAL SINGH-M-29    IND
—    19-PARVEEN HITESHI-M-33    IND
—    20-RAJNISH KUMAR-M-44    IND
—    21-RAVJINDER SINGH-M-32    IND
—    22-RAJA SINGH-M-50    IND
S19-12-PB-Sangrur    1-SUKHDEV SINGH DHINDSA-M-73    SAD
—    2-MOHMAD. JAMIL-UR-REHMAN-M-50    BSP
—    3-VIJAY INDER SINGLA-M-37    INC
—    4-AJMER SINGH KHUDI-M-49    LJP
—    5-SIMRANJIT SINGH MANN-M-64    SAD(M)
—    6-JASWANT SINGH CHHAPA-M-45    SP
—    7-TARSEM JODHAN-M-59    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-BALWANT SINGH RAMUWALIA-M-66    LBP
—    9-SUKHJINDER SINGH-M-33    IND
—    10-SUKHDEV SINGH S/O JEET SINGH-M-49    IND
—    11-SUKHDEV SINGH S/O BAGGA SINGH-M-56    IND
—    12-JASWANT SINGH-M-48    IND
—    13-JARNAIL SINGH-M-40    IND
—    14-BALVIR RAM-M-34    IND
—    15-BILLU SINGH-M-70    IND
—    16-RATTAN LAL SINGLA-M-63    IND
S19-13-PB-Patiala    1-DEEPAK JOSHI-M-52    BSP
—    2-PRENEET KAUR-F-64    INC
—    3-PREM SINGH CHANDUMAJRA-M-59    SAD
—    4-AMRIK SINGH-M-57    RSP
—    5-BARJESH BATTA-M-54    LJP
—    6-ARUN SOOD-M-35    IND
—    7-SATISH KUMAR-M-29    IND
—    8-SANJIV KUMAR KAUSHAL-M-35    IND
—    9-SURINDER KUMAR-M-41    IND
—    10-SOHAN SINGH-M-57    IND
—    11-HARWINDER SINGH-M-26    IND
—    12-KARAMJIT SINGH-M-48    IND
—    13-KULDIP SINGH GREWAL-M-65    IND
—    14-BANT SINGH-M-60    IND
S20-1-RJ-Ganganagar    1-NIHAL CHAND-M-37    BJP
—    2-BHARAT RAM MEGHWAL-M-53    INC
—    3-SHEOPAT RAM-M-32    CPM
—    4-SITA RAM-M-33    BSP
—    5-MUKESH KUMAR-M-51    SP
—    6-HET RAM-M-57    RJVP
—    7-OM PARKASH-M-40    IND
—    8-JASWINDER SINGH-M-39    IND
—    9-TITAR SINGH-M-67    IND
—    10-BHURA RAM-M-69    IND
—    11-RAJI RAM-M-45    IND
—    12-SHILA DEVI-F-45    IND
—    13-SINDU-F-48    IND
—    14-SITA RAM MORYA-M-64    IND
—    15-HANUMAN RAM-M-36    IND
S20-2-RJ-Bikaner    1-ARJUN RAM MEGHWAL-M-55    BJP
—    2-GOVIND RAM MEGHWAL-M-48    BSP
—    3-PAWAN KUMAR DUGGAL-M-33    CPM
—    4-REWAT RAM PANWAR-M-58    INC
—    5-ADU RAM MEGHWAL-M-68    RJVP
—    6-BABU LAL KHANDA-M-68    SP
—    7-KUNDAN LAL VALMIKI-M-28    IND
—    8-KHEM CHAND NIMBHAL-M-62    IND
—    9-RATAN DEVI MEGHWAL-F-41    IND
—    10-LAXHMAN SINGH-M-44    IND
S20-3-RJ-Churu    1-BUDH RAM SAINI-M-43    BSP
—    2-RAFIQUE MANDELIA-M-49    INC
—    3-RAM SINGH KASWAN-M-63    BJP
—    4-JAGRUP SINGH-M-57    RJVP
—    5-MANGI LAL-M-41    BHBP
—    6-RADHE SHYAM-M-55    RMGLMP
—    7-VIJENDRA SINGH-M-54    JKNPP
—    8-SHAILENDRA AWASTHI-M-53    SP
—    9-GOPI KRISHAN-M-71    IND
—    10-CHANDAN MAL-M-52    IND
—    11-JITENDER KUMAR-M-30    IND
—    12-BHANWAR LAL-M-32    IND
—    13-MOHAMMED SALIM-M-39    IND
—    14-SHOKAT ALI-M-42    IND
—    15-SALIM GUJAR-M-39    IND
S20-4-RJ-Jhunjhunu    1-KHATRI MUSTAQ-M-65    BSP
—    2-DR DASRATH SINGH SHEKHAWAT-M-46    BJP
—    3-SHEESH RAM OLA-M-81    INC
—    4-NETRAM BUGALIA-M-74    RRD
—    5-PHOOL CHAND DHEWA-M-64    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-RANVEER SINGH GUDHA-M-36    LJP
—    7-RAVITA SHARMA-F-31    RBD
—    8-DR GOPAL PRASAD SHARMA-M-49    IND
—    9-NARAPAT SINGH RATHOR-M-38    IND
—    10-RANDHIR SINGH MEGWAL-M-34    IND
—    11-RAKESH SABAL-M-27    IND
—    12-ROHITASHV KUMAR KALIA-M-36    IND
—    13-SHER SINGH-M-33    IND
S20-5-RJ-Sikar    1-AMARA RAM-M-54    CPM
—    2-BHARAT SINGH TANWAR-M-34    BSP
—    3-MAHADEV SINGH-M-66    INC
—    4-SUBHASH MAHARIA-M-52    BJP
—    5-ACHARAYA DEVENDRA KUMAR PAURANIK-M-54    SP
—    6-D P KUMAWAT-M-48    RJVP
—    7-BHAGVAN SAHAY-M-47    LJP
—    8-MAKHAN LAL SAINI-M-31    JGP
—    9-SITA DEVI-F-41    BHBP
—    10-HEM CHAND AGRAWAL-M-38    BCP
—    11-AJAY PAL-M-48    IND
—    12-JUGAL KISHOR MEGHAWAL-M-31    IND
—    13-MAHABEER PARSAD-M-53    IND
—    14-MAHESH KUMAR-M-29    IND
—    15-RAMESH SHARMA-M-52    IND
—    16-HANUMAN SAHAI-M-50    IND
S20-6-RJ-Jaipur Rural    1-RAJESH SHARMA-M-41    BSP
—    2-RAO RAJENDRA SINGH-M-51    BJP
—    3-LAL CHAND KATARIA-M-40    INC
—    4-KESHAV RAM SHARMA-M-36    BSSPA
—    5-RAJENDRA JETHIWAL (KUMAWAT)-M-38    RJVP
—    6-RAMNIWAS YADAV-M-43    JD(U)
—    7-SRAVAN LAL YADAV-M-39    RBD
—    8-KALU RAM-M-58    IND
—    9-CHHITAR MAL-M-50    IND
—    10-DHUNILAL DHUHARIA-M-65    IND
—    11-BANWARI LAL MALI-M-67    IND
—    12-MATADEEN DHANKA-M-61    IND
—    13-DR. MUKARRAM ALI-M-54    IND
—    14-RADHEYSHYAM MEENA-M-45    IND
—    15-RAM NIWAS YOGI-M-58    IND
—    16-ROHITASH KULDEEP RAIGER-M-37    IND
—    17-VRADHICHAND KUMAWAT-M-52    IND
—    18-SHANKAR LAL BUNKAR-M-37    IND
—    19-SITARAM BUNKAR-M-40    IND
—    20-SUKHVEER SINGH JAUNAPURIA-M-51    IND
—    21-SUBHASH CHANDRA SHARMA-M-57    IND
S20-7-RJ-Jaipur    1-GHANSHYAM TIWARI-M-62    BJP
—    2-MAHESH JOSHI-M-54    INC
—    3-VIJAY PESHWANI-M-34    BSP
—    4-NIHAL CHAND-M-63    RJVP
—    5-SHYAM LAL VIJAY-M-56    RBD
—    6-HARGOVIND SINGH-M-47    JGP
—    7-ABDUL RAJAK-M-45    IND
—    8-DR. AVINASH VISHNOI-M-54    IND
—    9-IQBAL-M-40    IND
—    10-KAILASH CHAND SAINI-M-28    IND
—    11-KAILASH CHAND SAINI-M-44    IND
—    12-PREM SAINI ALIAS PREMNATH-M-44    IND
—    13-BHANWAR KANWAR RAJAWAT-F-43    IND
—    14-BHASKAR DAAGAR-M-31    IND
—    15-MANAV-M-29    IND
—    16-MOHD. RAFIQ-M-36    IND
—    17-RAMESH CHANDRA-M-52    IND
—    18-RAJ KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    19-RAM LAL DHANKA-M-56    IND
—    20-RIYAJUL HASAN-M-35    IND
—    21-ROHITASH KULDEEP RAIGAR-M-37    IND
—    22-VIJAYPAL SINGH SHYORAN VIVEK-M-27    IND
—    23-SANJAY GOYAL-M-41    IND
—    24-DR. SAT DEV NATH CHADDA-M-64    IND
—    25-SITA RAM BAIRWA-M-52    IND
S20-8-RJ-Alwar    1-DR.KIRAN YADAV-F-53    BJP
—    2-JITENDRA SINGH-M-38    INC
—    3-JAGEDISH-M-31    BHBP
—    4-DEVENDRA-M-26    JGP
—    5-S.NEHRA-M-74    SP
—    6-VISWANATH SINGH KHINCHI-M-66    RJVP
—    7-SHIV KUMAR-M-35    JKNPP
—    8-KIRAN YADAV-F-26    IND
—    9-GURDAYAL MANDIE-M-37    IND
—    10-JASRAM-M-43    IND
—    11-D.P. ALOK-M-74    IND
—    12-DHOKAL RAM-M-54    IND
—    13-BANWARI LAL SAINI-M-46    IND
—    14-BABU LAL SAINI-M-51    IND
—    15-MEGH SINGH-M-59    IND
—    16-RAM LAL MEENA-M-34    IND
S20-9-RJ-BHARATPUR    1-KHEMCHAND-M-35    BJP
—    2-MUHAR SINGH-M-62    BSP
—    3-RATAN SINGH-M-62    INC
—    4-JASWANT KUMAR-M-39    KKJHS
—    5-DURGA-M-60    RND
—    6-DR. PADAM SINGH-M-65    SP
—    7-MAHAVEER-M-43    RJVP
—    8-ANAND RAM-M-67    IND
—    9-ASHARAM URF ASHA-M-66    IND
—    10-NAGENDRA SINGH-M-43    IND
—    11-PREM CHAND-M-35    IND
—    12-MAMRAJ-M-44    IND
—    13-MANGAL RAM-M-46    IND
—    14-RAMAN LAL-M-49    IND
S20-10-RJ-KARAULI-DHOLPUR    1-KHILADI LAL BAIRWA-M-45    INC
—    2-DR MANOJ RAJORIA-M-39    BJP
—    3-HATTIRAM-M-61    BSP
—    4-RAMESH-M-57    SP
—    5-SHREELAL KHARE-M-54    LJP
—    6-OM PRAKASH-M-55    IND
—    7-KANCHAN BAI(BAIRWA)-F-50    IND
—    8-GANGARAM-M-78    IND
—    9-JAGAN LAL-M-72    IND
—    10-BANWARI-M-41    IND
—    11-RAM VILAS-M-46    IND
—    12-REKHA-F-32    IND
—    13-LAKHAN SINGH-M-58    IND
—    14-LALARAM-M-37    IND
—    15-VIJAY-M-36    IND
—    16-SHREE LAL BAIRWA-M-38    IND
S20-11-RJ-Dausa    1-RAM KISHORE MEENA-M-58    BJP
—    2-LAXMAN-M-58    INC
—    3-LOKESH-M-28    BSP
—    4-GAJENDRA PAL SINGH-M-40    KKJHS
—    5-DHARM SINGH-M-41    JGP
—    6-BHARAT HOTLA-M-27    LJP
—    7-MUKESH KUMAR-M-33    BSA
—    8-RAM LAL-M-31    BHBP
—    9-SHIVA RAM-M-48    RJVP
—    10-QUMMER RUBBANI-M-55    IND
—    11-KIRODI LAL-M-57    IND
—    12-RAJENDRA SINGH-M-35    IND
—    13-RAMESHWAR NIRVAN-M-52    IND
—    14-LADU RAM-M-59    IND
S20-12-RJ-TONK-SAWAI MADHOPUR    1-KIRORI SINGH BAINSLA-M-76    BJP
—    2-NAMO NARAIN-M-65    INC
—    3-SURENDERA VYAS-M-65    BSP
—    4-OM PRAKASH-M-47    JKNPP
—    5-KALURAM-M-47    RJVP
—    6-KRISHAN PAL SINGH-M-43    SP
—    7-BHAG CHAND JAIN-M-67    FCI
—    8-SAYAR-M-48    RDSD
—    9-IQBAL KHAN BHATI-M-29    IND
—    10-CHETAN KUMAR RANA-M-28    IND
—    11-JAGAN NATH MORLIYA-M-65    IND
—    12-JAVED-M-50    IND
—    13-PREM LATA BANSHIWAL-F-47    IND
—    14-MEETHALAL JAIN-M-70    IND
—    15-MUSHAHID ZUBERI-M-29    IND
—    16-RAM CHANDRA-M-47    IND
—    17-SIV SINGH-M-51    IND
S20-13-RJ-Ajmer    1-KIRAN MAHESHWARI-F-47    BJP
—    2-ROHITASH-M-52    BSP
—    3-SACHIN PILOT-M-31    INC
—    4-INDER CHAND PALIWALA-M-65    JGP
—    5-USHA KIRAN VERMA-F-61    IND
—    6-NAFISUDDIN MIYA-M-53    IND
—    7-MUKESH JAIN-M-34    IND
—    8-SHANTILAL DHABRIA-M-49    IND
S20-14-RJ-Nagaur    1-ABDUL AZIZ-M-71    BSP
—    2-DR. JYOTI MIRDHA-F-36    INC
—    3-BINDU CHAUDHARY-F-45    BJP
—    4-DASHRATH SINGH-M-35    JGP
—    5-RAMJAN SAHAB-M-63    LJP
—    6-INDRARAM JAT-M-61    IND
—    7-VINOD KUMAR PITTI-M-53    IND
—    8-SUNIL-M-26    IND
S20-15-RJ-Pali    1-PUSP JAIN-M-52    BJP
—    2-BADRI RAM JAKHAR-M-59    INC
—    3-SHAMBHU SINGH KHETASAR-M-59    BSP
—    4-GANPAT SINGH RAJPUROHIT-M-26    JGP
—    5-MISHRI LAL NAYAK-M-52    ABHM
—    6-INDRA SINGH RAJPUROHIT-M-29    IND
—    7-KANHAIYA LAL PAREEK-M-44    IND
—    8-TANMAY-M-29    IND
—    9-PREM MEHRA-M-48    IND
—    10-BHAGA RAM PRAJAPAT-M-38    IND
—    11-MAHENDRA SINGH-M-43    IND
—    12-MOOLA RAM MALI-M-67    IND
—    13-SURENDRA SINGH-M-32    IND
—    14-HARI LAL KALAL-M-62    IND
S20-16-RJ-Jodhpur    1-CHANDRESH KUMARI-F-65    INC
—    2-JASWANT SINGH BISNOI-M-50    BJP
—    3-RAJU RAM-M-43    BSP
—    4-GURDAN SINGH-M-43    JKNPP
—    5-ASLAM-M-30    IND
—    6-CHANDRAKANTA-F-34    IND
—    7-CHAMPALAL-M-60    IND
—    8-DR. DINESH KUMAR SHARMA-M-44    IND
—    9-DILIP SINGH RAJPUROHIT-M-46    IND
—    10-DIDAR-M-40    IND
—    11-DEVA RAM-M-27    IND
—    12-MEHMOODA BEGUM ABBASI-F-52    IND
—    13-MOHAMMAD ARIF-M-32    IND
—    14-VIJAY KUMAR-M-26    IND
S20-17-RJ-Barmer    1-MAHENDRA VYAS-M-57    BSP
—    2-MANVENDRA SINGH-M-46    BJP
—    3-HARISH CHOUDHARY-M-38    INC
—    4-POPAT RAM-M-39    IND
—    5-MANA RAM SARAN-M-30    IND
—    6-RANA MAL-M-43    IND
—    7-LAXMAN SINGH-M-32    IND
S20-18-RJ-Jalore    1-DEVJI PATEL-M-32    BJP
—    2-MAGARAM-M-37    BSP
—    3-SANDHYA CHOUDHARY-F-42    INC
—    4-GANGA SINGH-M-32    SP
—    5-CHAGANLAL-M-52    IJP
—    6-DINESH KANTEEWAL-M-65    LJP
—    7-NANDA DEVI-F-36    RJVP
—    8-GOPAL RAM-M-30    IND
—    9-CHAGANLAL MALI-M-35    IND
—    10-CHAGANLAL MEGHWAL-M-33    IND
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—    12-PRABHU SINGH-M-41    IND
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—    17-MEGWAL SAKAJI-M-63    IND
—    18-RAMDEO ACHARYA-M-64    IND
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—    20-SHANTI PARMAR-F-48    IND
—    21-SUKHRAJ-M-66    IND
—    22-HAJARIMAL-M-63    IND
S20-19-RJ-Udaipur    1-BAXI RAM LATTA (MEENA)-M-74    BSP
—    2-MAHAVEER BHAGORA-M-61    BJP
—    3-MEGHRAJ TAWAR-M-70    CPI
—    4-RAGHUVIR SINGH MEENA-M-48    INC
—    5-OM PRAKASH MEENA-M-45    ABCD(A)
—    6-GOTAM LAL MEENA-M-42    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-LAL JI BHAI MEENA-M-66    JGP
—    8-SHAKUNTALA DHANKA-F-40    SP
S20-20-RJ-Banswara    1-TARACHAND BHAGORA-M-55    INC
—    2-DURGA DEVI BHAGORA-F-27    BSP
—    3-HAKARU MAIDA-M-37    BJP
—    4-PRABHULAL RAWAT-M-64    JD(U)
—    5-BANNU-M-40    BHBP
—    6-BHANJI BHAI-M-77    SP
—    7-PROF. MOHANLAL DAMOR-M-73    LSWP
S20-21-RJ-Chittorgarh    1-(DR.)GIRIJA VYAS-F-62    INC
—    2-RADHA DEVI BHANDARI-F-51    CPI
—    3-SHRICHAND KRIPLANI-M-52    BJP
—    4-A.B. SINGH-M-63    BSP
—    5-KARU LAL MEENA-M-45    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-KRISHNA SINGH KACHHER-M-63    JGP
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—    9-JASWANT SINGH-M-35    IND
—    10-RAM CHANDRA JOSHI-M-64    IND
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—    12-LAHARU-M-54    IND
—    13-SHIVANGI SHASTRI-F-33    IND
—    14-SANTOSH JOSHI-M-44    IND
—    15-SITARAM GUJAR-M-45    IND
S20-22-RJ-Rajsamand    1-GOPAL SINGH-M-58    INC
—    2-NEERU RAM-M-39    BSP
—    3-RASA SINGH RAWAT-M-67    BJP
—    4-DEVA RAM-M-34    IJP
—    5-MAHENDRA SINGH-M-31    LJP
—    6-RAMESH SOLANKI-M-56    ABCD(A)
—    7-DR. GANPAT BANSAL-M-56    IND
—    8-GIRDHARI SINGH-M-28    IND
—    9-PRITHVI SINGH ALIAS PRITHVI RAJ SINGH-M-29    IND
—    10-BHANWAR LAL MALI-M-44    IND
—    11-MANGI LAL RAWAL-M-54    IND
—    12-SUKH LAL GURJAR-M-38    IND
—    13-SURYA BHAVANI SINGH CHAWRA-M-30    IND
S20-23-RJ-Bhilwara    1-DR. C. P. JOSHI-M-59    INC
—    2-VIJAYENDRA PAL SINGH-M-61    BJP
—    3-HARISH GURJAR-M-60    BSP
—    4-RAMESHAWER LAL-M-36    BHBP
—    5-LAXMI NARAYAN PARMAR-M-56    ABCD(A)
—    6-VINEET KUMAR MAHESHWARI-M-42    JGP
—    7-OMPRAKASH MEENA-M-31    IND
—    8-RATANLAL DHOBI-M-38    IND
—    9-RAMPAL SONI-M-36    IND
—    10-RAM PRASAD SIROTHA-M-44    IND
S20-24-RJ-Kota    1-IJYARAJ SINGH-M-44    INC
—    2-GOVIND SINGH PARMAR-M-56    BSP
—    3-SHYAM SHARMA-M-54    BJP
—    4-PRIYANK-M-29    JGP
—    5-FARHEEN KHAN-F-33    SP
—    6-BABU LAL MEGHWAL-M-43    BHBP
—    7-RAMHET-M-42    IJP
—    8-SAMUDRA SINGH HADA-M-72    ABMSKP
—    9-JAMUNA PRASAD-M-72    IND
—    10-BADAM BERWA-F-39    IND
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—    12-RAMESHWAR MAMORE MEENA-M-46    IND
—    13-SHYAM SUNDER SHARMA-M-52    IND
—    14-DR. K. SHRINGI-M-53    IND
S20-25-RJ-JHALAWAR-BARAN    1-ABDUL QAYYUM SIDDIQUI-M-37    BSP
—    2-URMILA JAIN “BHAYA”-F-36    INC
—    3-DUSHYANT SINGH-M-38    BJP
—    4-GHASI LAL MEGHWAL-M-40    BHBP
—    5-ABDUL FARID-M-39    IND
—    6-JAGDISH-M-32    IND
—    7-JHAPAT MAL-M-35    IND
—    8-TARACHAND-M-37    IND
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—    10-FAZAR MOHAMMAD-M-69    IND
—    11-MOHAMMAD RAFIQ-M-35    IND
—    12-LAXMAN KUMAR-M-32    IND
—    13-SHOBHA DEVI-F-35    IND
—    14-SULEMAN-M-41    IND
S21-1-SK-Sikkim    1-KHARANANDA UPRETI-M-59    INC
—    2-PADAM BDR. CHETTRI-M-32    BJP
—    3-PREM DAS RAI-M-54    SDF
—    4-BHIM SUBBA-M-64    SJEP
—    5-NAR BAHADUR KHATIWADA-M-68    SGPP
—    6-TARA KR. PRADHAN-M-36    SHRP
—    7-ATRI RAM CHANDRA POUDYAL-M-65    IND
S22-1-TN-Thiruvallur    1-ANANDAN.P-M-34    BSP
—    2-GAYATHRI.S-F-30    DMK
—    3-VENUGOPAL.P-M-57    ADMK
—    4-SUDHARSAN.M.S-M-49    JD(U)
—    5-SURESH.R-M-35    DMDK
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—    8-SAMPATH.A-M-40    IND
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—    12-RAJAN.K-M-41    IND
—    13-VENUGOPAL.P-M-35    IND
—    14-JEEVARATHINAM.M-M-53    IND
S22-2-TN-Chennai North    1-ELANGOVAN T.K.S-M-54    DMK
—    2-SANTHASHRINI J.O.R-F-41    BSP
—    3-TAMILISAISOUNDARARAJAN-F-47    BJP
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—    5-ANANDHU.K-M-38    LJP
—    6-SATHISH KUMAR. K.P-M-33    MMKA
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—    9-YUVARAJ. V-M-45    DMDK
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—    29-JAYACHANDRAN.K.-M-36    IND
S22-3-TN-Chennai South    1-RAJENDRAN C-M-48    ADMK
—    2-GANESAN LA-M-64    BJP
—    3-BHARATHY R.S.-M-61    DMK
—    4-GOPINATH V-M-36    DMDK
—    5-SATHIYASEELAN M-M-56    LJP
—    6-MOHANRAJ J-M-57    JJ
—    7-RAVINDRA DASS R-M-29    KDC
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—    10-JAYARAMAN S-M-37    SHS
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—    29-TANMAY-M-29    IND
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—    43-VENKATESAN D-M-29    IND
S22-4-TN-Chennai central    1-DAYANIDHI MARAN-M-42    DMK
—    2-MOGAMED ALI JINNAH S.M.K.-M-50    ADMK
—    3-YUNIS KHAN.AY-M-34    BSP
—    4-GANGADURAI.G-M-40    JJ
—    5-THOMAS.T.JACOB-M-37    YSP
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—    10-RAAJ RAMCHAND-M-41    SHS
—    11-VASU.S-M-59    SP
—    12-VIJAYAKUMAR-M-51    PPOI
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—    21-KRISHNAN.P.R-M-73    IND
—    22-GUNASEKARAN.M-M-46    IND
—    23-SIVAKUMAR.S-M-58    IND
—    24-SENTHIL.P-M-29    IND
—    25-TEACKRAJ.D-M-32    IND
—    26-DHAMODHARAN.T-M-31    IND
—    27-PARIMALAM.V-M-38    IND
—    28-PRABU.V-M-33    IND
—    29-MANI.G-M-52    IND
—    30-MARIMUTHU.E-M-54    IND
—    31-MOHAMED ALI-M-61    IND
—    32-MOHAMED ALI ZINNA.A-M-49    IND
—    33-MOHAN.K-M-32    IND
—    34-RAJAKUMAR.S-M-37    IND
—    35-LOGANATHAN.V-M-39    IND
—    36-WILSON PAUL.S-M-39    IND
—    37-SRIDHAR.S-M-34    IND
S22-5-TN-Sriperumbudur    1-BAALU T R-M-67    DMK
—    2-MOORTHY A K-M-44    PMK
—    3-RAJAPPA B-M-46    BSP
—    4-ARUN SUBRAMANIAN M-M-57    DMDK
—    5-SWARNASREE P-F-38    PPOI
—    6-THAYUMANA GURU AYYANAR-M-57    AIVP
—    7-BHARATHI K-M-28    CPIMLL
—    8-MAYA RAMACHANDRAN-F-32    THPI
—    9-VARATHARAJAN T-M-63    SHS
—    10-VIJAYAKUMAR S-M-28    LJP
—    11-JAMES SELVAM C-M-37    AIJMK
—    12-AYODHI L-M-45    IND
—    13-EZHILARASU M-M-25    IND
—    14-KALAISELVAN T-M-28    IND
—    15-KARIKALAN C-M-33    IND
—    16-KATTU RAJA N-M-38    IND
—    17-KARTHIKEYAN T-M-35    IND
—    18-KUMAR S-M-41    IND
—    19-SHANMUGAM G-M-68    IND
—    20-CHANDRU K-M-31    IND
—    21-SAMPATH T-M-34    IND
—    22-DHARMASATHYAMURTHY V-M-30    IND
—    23-DURAIRAJ L-M-50    IND
—    24-NAGARAJAN P-M-37    IND
—    25-PADMANABHAN S-M-37    IND
—    26-BALU D-M-61    IND
—    27-MANIMARAN S-M-29    IND
—    28-MADHAVARAJ K V-M-42    IND
—    29-MINNAL SRINIVASAN-M-38    IND
—    30-LAKSHMI S-F-74    IND
—    31-VELMURUGAN T N-M-45    IND
—    32-RAMESH R-M-30    IND
S22-6-TN-Kancheepuram    1-RAMAKRISHNAN.DR.E-M-57    ADMK
—    2-UTHRAPATHI.K-M-59    BSP
—    3-VISWANATHAN.P-M-44    INC
—    4-SIVASANKARAN.A-M-47    AIJMK
—    5-TAMILVENDAN.T-M-39    DMDK
—    6-PAKKIRI AMBADKAR.K.V-M-42    JMM
—    7-JAWAHARLAL NEHRU.P-M-42    LJP
—    8-ANBURAAJ.R.K.-M-43    IND
—    9-SATHIYAVASAN. M.V.-M-40    IND
—    10-SIVALINGAM.D-M-43    IND
—    11-SELVAM.G-M-33    IND
—    12-DAHKSHNA MOORTHY.T-M-40    IND
—    13-THIYAGARAJAN.M-M-33    IND
—    14-MAGESH KUMAR.E-M-30    IND
—    15-MANIMARAN.K-M-37    IND
—    16-MATHIYALAGAN.K-M-33    IND
—    17-MINNAL SRINIVASAN. M.A.,M.PHIL.-M-37    IND
—    18-MURUGASAN.B-M-39    IND
—    19-RUPADEVI. R.V-F-42    IND
—    20-JAYAKUMAR.P.S-M-50    IND
S22-7-TN-Arakkonam    1-MARY JOHN-M-61    BSP
—    2-VELU R-M-68    PMK
—    3-JAGATHRAKSHAKAN-M-61    DMK
—    4-ANNAMALAI S C-M-53    AIVP
—    5-ISAAC JEBA KUMAR-M-43    AIJMK
—    6-SANKAR S-M-40    DMDK
—    7-SHANMUGAM K-M-57    JD(U)
—    8-SRINIVASAN K-M-32    LJP
—    9-PALANI W B-M-40    PNK
—    10-PASSAMIGHU ANNAN VENKATESNOR TA V-M-53    ADSMK
—    11-MANAVAULAN K-M-54    SP
—    12-SUTHA N-M-42    IND
—    13-THULASI G-M-35    IND
—    14-PANJATSARAM D-M-54    IND
—    15-PANDIAN E-M-33    IND
—    16-MUTHIYALU M-M-54    IND
—    17-MATHEW N D-M-36    IND
—    18-JANAKIRAMAN J-M-31    IND
—    19-JAGADEESWARAN J-M-30    IND
—    20-JEGAN S-M-30    IND
S22-8-TN-Vellore    1-ABDULRAHMAN-M-49    DMK
—    2-RAJENDIRAN A K-M-54    BJP
—    3-MANSOOR AHMED-M-46    BSP
—    4-VASU L K M B-M-48    ADMK
—    5-RAJAN BABU B-M-34    MMKA
—    6-EKAMBARAM E A-M-69    NMK
—    7-GOVINDARAJI P V-M-40    SP
—    8-SHOUKATH SHERIF-M-43    DMDK
—    9-THAGIR AHAMED-M-66    LJP
—    10-NARAYANAN R-M-45    AIVP
—    11-MUNIYAPPAN K-M-58    ADSMK
—    12-ABDUL MAJEED OOSI-M-62    IND
—    13-ARIUDAI NAMBI D-M-48    IND
—    14-ESWARAN R-M-44    IND
—    15-KUBENDIRAN D-M-46    IND
—    16-GOPALAKRISHNAN C-M-36    IND
—    17-CHANDRAN C-M-61    IND
—    18-SURESHKUMAR P-M-26    IND
—    19-DANDAPANI T-M-42    IND
—    20-NATRAJAN P-M-59    IND
—    21-PALANI R T-M-51    IND
—    22-PERUMAL D-M-32    IND
—    23-RAMAN-M-31    IND
—    24-VIJAYAKUMAR-M-54    IND
S22-9-TN-Krishnagiri    1-SUGAVANAM. E.G.-M-51    DMK
—    2-NANJEGOWDU. K.-M-54    ADMK
—    3-BALAKRISHNAN. G.-M-52    BJP
—    4-MOORTHY. V.V.-M-31    BSP
—    5-ANBARASAN. D.-M-43    DMDK
—    6-SAKTHIVEL. B.-M-36    LJP
—    7-SELVARAJ. M.-M-58    KNMK
—    8-KUMARESAN. M.-M-34    IND
—    9-GAVURAPPA. K.-M-55    IND
—    10-GOVINDARAJAN. V.-M-42    IND
—    11-SANKAR. S.-M-37    IND
—    12-CHANDRAN. B.S.-M-48    IND
—    13-MEENA-F-44    IND
—    14-RAMASWAMY-M-42    IND
—    15-LATHA. G.-F-44    IND
—    16-VENKATESAN. K.-M-40    IND
S22-10-TN-Dharmapuri    1-SENTHIL. R. DR.-M-47    PMK
—    2-THAMARAISELVAN. R-M-45    DMK
—    3-PURUSOTHAMAN. V-M-61    BSP
—    4-ASHOKAN. G-M-35    KNMK
—    5-ANNADURAI. K-M-40    UMK
—    6-ELANGOVAN. V-M-59    DMDK
—    7-GUNASEKARAN. D-M-38    MMKA
—    8-ARIVAZHAGAN. P-M-38    IND
—    9-ANANDKUMAR. K-M-41    IND
—    10-KARUPPUSAMY. S-M-25    IND
—    11-GOVINDARAJ. S.-M-48    IND
—    12-SAMPATHKUMAR. R.-M-30    IND
—    13-SARAVANAN. S.-M-36    IND
—    14-SIVAN. K-M-37    IND
—    15-PADMARAJAN. K. DR.-M-50    IND
—    16-MANI. R-M-66    IND
—    17-MURUGAN. G.-M-40    IND
—    18-RADHAKRISHNAN. R-M-53    IND
—    19-RAJA. A-M-47    IND
—    20-VELMURUGAN. P.-M-39    IND
—    21-SRIRAMACHANDRAN-M-28    IND
S22-11-TN-Tiruvannamalai    1-GURU (A) GURUNATHAN. J-M-48    PMK
—    2-GOVINDASAMY. P-M-62    BSP
—    3-VENUGOPAL.D-M-73    DMK
—    4-AFROZ HUSNA. K.S-F-38    LJP
—    5-SELVARAJ.P-M-61    SP
—    6-MANIKANDAN.S-M-29    DMDK
—    7-RAJARAM S.A-M-39    PNK
—    8-ARUMUGAM A.A-M-39    IND
—    9-RAVI R-M-37    IND
—    10-ERSHAD B-M-34    IND
—    11-KUMAR M.M-M-55    IND
—    12-GURU C-M-32    IND
—    13-GURUSAMY P-M-61    IND
—    14-GURU (A) GURUMOORTHY S-M-31    IND
—    15-SHANMUGARAJAN A-M-44    IND
—    16-SHANMUGAVEL M-M-33    IND
—    17-SAMPATH A-M-39    IND
—    18-SINGARAVELAN P-M-28    IND
—    19-SIVADEVAN N-M-27    IND
—    20-SENTHIL M-M-29    IND
—    21-SELVAM A-M-33    IND
—    22-SELVARAJU J-M-26    IND
—    23-DHAYANITHI S-M-29    IND
—    24-NAGAMALAI R-M-32    IND
—    25-BALASUNDAR S-M-33    IND
—    26-MANIKANDAN P-M-30    IND
—    27-MURUGAN S-M-36    IND
—    28-RAVINDIRAN A-M-37    IND
—    29-VENUGOPAL S.R-M-38    IND
—    30-HARI KRISHNAN S-M-41    IND
S22-12-TN-Arani    1-KRISHNASAMY M-M-68    INC
—    2-SHANKAR A-M-47    BSP
—    3-SUBRAMANIYAN N-M-50    ADMK
—    4-ARIRAJ T.V-M-50    SP
—    5-SARAVANAKUMAR K-M-42    PNK
—    6-MOHANAM RA-M-46    DMDK
—    7-SHANMUGAM S-M-27    IND
—    8-SUBRAMANI G-M-38    IND
—    9-SUBRAMANI P-M-46    IND
—    10-DURAI RAJ M-M-50    IND
—    11-MURUGAN V-M-33    IND
—    12-LOKESH G-M-28    IND
—    13-VELAUDHAM M-M-49    IND
S22-13-TN-Viluppuram    1-ANANDAN M-M-58    ADMK
—    2-POYYATHU S-M-39    BSP
—    3-GANAPATHI P M-M-48    DMDK
—    4-SWAMIDURAI K-M-77    VCK
—    5-DEVARAJ G-M-28    LJP
—    6-PANCHANATHAN R-M-44    JMM
—    7-VENKATESAN S S-M-39    AIVP
—    8-VENKATESAN M-M-37    CPI(ML)(L)
—    9-ANBALAGAN V-M-32    IND
—    10-ANANDAN P-M-28    IND
—    11-KUMAR M-M-27    IND
—    12-CHANDRALEGA M-F-27    IND
—    13-SAMIDURAI M-M-47    IND
—    14-SHETT M-M-37    IND
—    15-MASILAMANI R-M-65    IND
—    16-MURUGAVEL A-M-41    IND
—    17-RAMESH K-M-31    IND
—    18-LAKSHMANAN R-M-49    IND
—    19-VISWANATHAN S A-M-32    IND
S22-14-TN-Kallakurichi    1-SANKAR ADHI-M-52    DMK
—    2-SENTHILKUMAR K-M-35    BSP
—    3-DHANARAJU K-M-52    PMK
—    4-ANANDHADASS C-M-27    LJP
—    5-KESAVAN ANNA-M-63    JMM
—    6-GOVINDARAJAN K M-M-73    AIVP
—    7-SUDHISH L K-M-41    DMDK
—    8-RAMESH S-M-32    KNMK
—    9-ARUN KENNEDI A-M-44    IND
—    10-INIYADAYALAN G-M-55    IND
—    11-GANESAN K-M-32    IND
—    12-SADEESH A-M-30    IND
—    13-SATHISH BABU S-M-35    IND
—    14-SIVARAMAN G-M-33    IND
—    15-SELVAM K-M-39    IND
—    16-SELVARAJU J-M-26    IND
—    17-DHANARAJ T-M-35    IND
—    18-DINESH M-M-32    IND
—    19-NALLATHAMBI C-M-31    IND
—    20-NAVARATTHINAM A-F-31    IND
—    21-MANNAN M P-M-48    IND
—    22-MANICKAM V-M-57    IND
—    23-YUVARAJ R-M-34    IND
—    24-RAMAJAYAM P M-M-52    IND
—    25-RAJAMANICKAM K-M-52    IND
—    26-RAJENTHREN D-M-50    IND
—    27-RAJENTHREN M-M-38    IND
—    28-VASU V-M-50    IND
—    29-VIJAYA RAJENDHAR T-M-52    IND
S22-15-TN-Salem    1-SEMMALAI S-M-63    ADMK
—    2-THANGKABALU K V-M-59    INC
—    3-BALASUBRAMANI R-M-37    BSP
—    4-ASHOK SAMRAJ M-M-39    KNMK
—    5-ANNADURAI M-M-42    AIVP
—    6-ALAGAAPURAM R MOHANRAJ-M-55    DMDK
—    7-ANDHRAPRAKASH A-M-56    PPOI
—    8-GANESH M.A.S.S-M-46    AITC
—    9-KRISHNAN M-M-48    IND
—    10-GOVANAM THANGAVEL K S-M-50    IND
—    11-KOWSALYA C-F-39    IND
—    12-CHANDRASEKARAN G-M-25    IND
—    13-CHINNAN N-M-52    IND
—    14-SELLADURAI C-M-32    IND
—    15-DHAMODHARAN N B-M-32    IND
—    16-NANDAGOPAL K-M-60    IND
—    17-NALLATHAMBI PO-M-48    IND
—    18-PERIYASAMY T-M-45    IND
—    19-MAHESWARAN V-M-28    IND
—    20-MUTHUSAMY P-M-34    IND
—    21-MUNIYAPPAN A-M-37    IND
—    22-JAYAVENUGOPAL C D-M-58    IND
—    23-SHAHJAHAN M A-M-38    IND
S22-16-TN-Namakkal    1-GANDHISELVAN.S-M-45    DMK
—    2-SURESH GANDHI.K-M-26    BJP
—    3-VAIRAM TAMILARASI.V-F-52    ADMK
—    4-HARIGARA SIVAM.T.A-M-34    BSP
—    5-SELVARAJ.K-M-30    SP
—    6-DEVARASAN.R-M-68    KNMK
—    7-MAHESWARAN.N-M-30    DMDK
—    8-LINGAPPAN.V-M-62    UMK
—    9-KARTHIKEYAN.P-M-29    IND
—    10-KUMAR-M-50    IND
—    11-SUBRAMANI.S-M-39    IND
—    12-SUBRAMANIAM.R.P-M-55    IND
—    13-SENGODAN.P-M-61    IND
—    14-THANGAVEL.S-M-56    IND
—    15-THARMALINGAM.M-M-26    IND
—    16-THANIYARASU.U-M-42    IND
—    17-NAVALMANI.A.N-M-48    IND
—    18-PANNEERSELVAM.S-M-44    IND
—    19-MATHIYALAGAN.N-M-41    IND
—    20-MURALI.V-M-41    IND
—    21-YOGARAJ.R-M-35    IND
—    22-RAVI.A-M-28    IND
—    23-RAVI.R-M-35    IND
—    24-RAMASAMY.N-M-59    IND
—    25-VIVEKANANDHAM.K.S-M-39    IND
S22-17-TN-Erode    1-ELANGOVAN.E.V.K.S.-M-60    INC
—    2-GANESHAMURTHI.A.-M-61    MDMK
—    3-SHIVAKUMARI-F-41    BSP
—    4-PALANISAMY.N.P.-M-48    BJP
—    5-DEVI.M.-F-26    LJP
—    6-BALASUBRAMANIAM.C-M-47    KNMK
—    7-MUTHUVENKATESHWARAN.K.G.-M-29    DMDK
—    8-RAVICHANDRAN.M.-M-41    IND
—    9-ELANGOVAN.K.K.S-M-37    IND
—    10-KATHIRVEL.A-M-45    IND
—    11-CHRISTHURAJ.M.-M-48    IND
—    12-KUPPUSAMY.R.-M-61    IND
—    13-GOVANAM THANGAVEL.K.S.-M-50    IND
—    14-GOVINDHASAMY.P.-M-45    IND
—    15-SANMUGASUNDRAM.N.-M-39    IND
—    16-SHANMUGAM.P.N.-M-60    IND
—    17-SIVASANKAR.S.-M-27    IND
—    18-SUKUMARAN.E.R-M-62    IND
—    19-SUBRAMANIAM.K-M-41    IND
—    20-SENTHIL RAJA.M-M-34    IND
—    21-PERUMAL.S-M-54    IND
—    22-MANOHARAN.V.-M-57    IND
—    23-MINNAL MURUGESH.R.-M-42    IND
—    24-VIMALADEVI.S.-F-33    IND
—    25-JOE DAVID.D.-M-33    IND
S22-18-TN-Tiruppur    1-KHARVENTHAN S K-M-60    INC
—    2-SIVAKUMAR M-M-31    BJP
—    3-SIVASAMI C-M-51    ADMK
—    4-SIVAKUMAR N-M-30    UMK
—    5-THANGAVEL M-M-48    LJP
—    6-DINESH KUMAR N-M-30    DMDK
—    7-BALASUBRAMANIAN K-M-61    KNMK
—    8-GANESHKUMAR C-M-40    IND
—    9-KARUNAGARAN I-M-38    IND
—    10-KARTHIKKEYEAN A M-M-43    IND
—    11-SELVARAJ S-M-26    IND
—    12-DOMNIC BABU A-M-28    IND
—    13-PANDIAN R ALAIS KALAIMAGAL PANDIAN-M-39    IND
—    14-BALASUBRAMANIAN P-M-46    IND
—    15-MALARVIZHI P-F-47    IND
—    16-MOHAMED SALIKA A-M-56    IND
—    17-MUTHUSWAMY N-M-50    IND
—    18-RATHINASWAAMY K-M-35    IND
—    19-RAJAKUMAR W-M-31    IND
—    20-VENKATACHALAM K-M-40    IND
—    21-SHEIK DAVOOD A M-M-46    IND
S22-19-TN-Nilgiris    1-RAJA A-M-45    DMK
—    2-KRISHNAN C-M-72    MDMK
—    3-KRISHNAN M-M-57    BSP
—    4-GURUMURTHY S-M-29    BJP
—    5-SELVARAJ S-M-46    DMDK
—    6-BHADIRAN S-M-40    KNMK
—    7-VIJAYARAJ M-M-35    RPI(A)
—    8-ARUMUGAM P-M-33    IND
—    9-SIVARAJ P-M-27    IND
—    10-SUJITH KUMAR C-M-32    IND
—    11-SELVAM K-M-47    IND
—    12-THANGA PANDIAN R-M-38    IND
—    13-NAGARAJU G-M-38    IND
—    14-VELMURUGAN C-M-59    IND
S22-20-TN-Coimbatore    1-RAMASUBRAMANIAN.K-M-41    BSP
—    2-SELVAKUMAR.G.K.S-M-47    BJP
—    3-NATARAJAN.P.R.-M-59    CPM
—    4-PRABHU.R-M-61    INC
—    5-ESWARAN E R-M-48    KNMK
—    6-KATHIRMANI P-M-36    SP
—    7-SELVAM M-M-51    SHS
—    8-PANDIAN R-M-52    DMDK
—    9-RAJAN S K-M-60    PPOI
—    10-STEPHEN GANESHAN S-M-45    AIJMK
—    11-ARUNACHALAM K V-M-55    IND
—    12-ESWARAN-M-38    IND
—    13-KATHIRESAN C-M-38    IND
—    14-SIVARAJ V-M-40    IND
—    15-NATARAJAN L-M-43    IND
—    16-NOORMUHAMAD A-M-51    IND
—    17-PREM ANAND J-M-31    IND
—    18-MARKANDAN N-M-72    IND
—    19-MURUGAN M-M-50    IND
—    20-MURUGESAN K-M-33    IND
—    21-RAMASAMY P-M-43    IND
—    22-RAJAPPAN N-M-49    IND
—    23-RAJKIRAN-M-52    IND
—    24-VIJAYAKUMAR C-M-37    IND
—    25-VENKATACHALAM A-M-69    IND
S22-21-TN-Pollachi    1-SHANMUGASUNDARAM.K-M-38    DMK
—    2-SUGUMAR.K-M-48    ADMK
—    3-BABA RAMESH.V.S-M-43    BJP
—    4-MURTHY.T-M-31    BSP
—    5-UMMAR.E-M-47    MAMAK
—    6-KRISHNAKUMAR.S-M-26    TDK
—    7-SURESH.P-M-26    SP
—    8-THANGAVEL.K.P-M-47    DMDK
—    9-RAMEJA BAGAM.S.T-F-50    SAP
—    10-BEST S.RAMASAMY-M-63    KNMK
—    11-VELMURUGAN.V-M-32    AIVP
—    12-APPAS.K.S-M-34    IND
—    13-SHANMUGASUNDARAM.K-M-45    IND
—    14-SHANMUGASUNDARAM.P-M-45    IND
—    15-SATHASIVAMOORTHY.R-M-36    IND
—    16-SUKUMAR.P-M-42    IND
—    17-NOOR MUHAMAD.A-M-51    IND
—    18-RAMASAMY.M-M-54    IND

—    19-RAMAMOORTHY.P.M-M-54    IND
—    20-RAJAN.P-M-38    IND
—    21-RAJENDRAN.M-M-42    IND
—    22-VENKATESH.R-M-38    IND
S22-22-TN-Dindigul    1-CHITTHAN N S V-M-75    INC
—    2-SRINIVASA BABU M-M-31    BSP
—    3-BAALASUBRAMANI P-M-53    ADMK
—    4-SELLAMUTHU K M-M-38    KNMK
—    5-SELVARAJ I-M-40    AIJMK
—    6-DAISY RANI S-F-46    RKSP
—    7-MUTHUVELRAJ P-M-59    DMDK
—    8-LOGANATHAN V-M-29    SP
—    9-KARUPPUSAMY P-M-45    IND
—    10-SADHASIVAM N-M-59    IND
—    11-SUBRAMANIAN R-M-58    IND
—    12-THANGAPANDIAN R-M-38    IND
—    13-DHANASEELI K-F-33    IND
—    14-DURAI K-M-27    IND
—    15-MAHAMUNI S-M-26    IND
—    16-MANIKANDA PRABU G-M-28    IND
—    17-MOTILAL K.A-M-53    IND
—    18-RAMARAJ P-M-28    IND
—    19-SHEIK AYUB KHAN S-M-42    IND
S22-23-TN-Karur    1-TAMBIDURAI.M-M-62    ADMK
—    2-DHARMALINGAM.R-M-33    BSP
—    3-PALLANISHAMY. K.C.-M-74    DMK
—    4-NATARAJAN.R-M-50    KNMK
—    5-PRABAHARAN. P-M-37    LJP
—    6-RAMANATHAN.R-M-53    DMDK
—    7-LOGANATHAN. S-M-32    SAP
—    8-ANNADURAI. V.M-M-32    IND
—    9-AMALRAJ.M-M-33    IND
—    10-ARUN. G-M-28    IND
—    11-ARULRAJKUMAR. R-M-33    IND
—    12-INNASI. A-M-44    IND
—    13-KANAGARAJ. T-M-36    IND
—    14-KARVENTHAN. T-M-30    IND
—    15-KRISHNAN.R.-M-54    IND
—    16-SHANKAR. K-M-37    IND
—    17-SHANMUGAM,M-M-36    IND
—    18-SHARFUDEEN. M-M-46    IND
—    19-SIVASAMY. P-M-26    IND
—    20-SRINIVASAN. L-M-41    IND
—    21-SENTHILKUMAR. N.-M-33    IND
—    22-SELVAKUMAR. L.K.-M-40    IND
—    23-SELVARAJ. K-M-42    IND
—    24-DANIYA. P.-F-29    IND
—    25-NACHIMUTHU. V-M-37    IND
—    26-PALANISAMY. M-M-34    IND
—    27-PANDIAN. A-M-36    IND
—    28-MANAVAN. P.K.-M-42    IND
—    29-MANIKANDAN.M-M-33    IND
—    30-MANIVANNAN. S-M-36    IND
—    31-MARUTHAIVEERAN.V-M-43    IND
—    32-MUTHUKUMAR.G-M-36    IND
—    33-YOGENDRAN.M-M-28    IND
—    34-RAMAMOORTHY.R-M-48    IND
—    35-VEERAMANI.T-M-29    IND
—    36-VENKATACHALAM. SIVA. AZHA.-M-62    IND
—    37-VETRIVEL. R-M-33    IND
—    38-VENUGOPAL. T.-M-55    IND
S22-24-TN-Tiruchirappalli    1-KALYANASUNDARAM. N-M-56    BSP
—    2-KUMAR.P-M-37    ADMK
—    3-SARUBALA.R.THONDAIMAN-F-51    INC
—    4-LALITHA KUMARAMANGALAM.R-F-51    BJP
—    5-ASAITHAMBI.P-M-37    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-RAVI.P-M-54    MMKA
—    7-GUNASEKARAN.K-M-59    AIVP
—    8-NEELAMEGAM.M-M-51    SP
—    9-PATHINATHAN.P-M-56    CDF
—    10-RAGHAVAN.R-M-52    ABHM
—    11-VIJAYKUMAR.AMG-M-41    DMDK
—    12-ANANTHA RAJA.V-M-43    IND
—    13-URUMAIYAH.N-M-54    IND
—    14-SARAVANAN.V-M-32    IND
—    15-SAMUEL SWAMIDOSS MANOJKUMAR.E-M-38    IND
—    16-CHINNADURAI.A-M-46    IND
—    17-THIRUMAVALAVAN.M-M-30    IND
—    18-NAGENDRAN.A-M-44    IND
—    19-PALANI.P-M-57    IND
—    20-BABY KAMITHA BANU.M-F-35    IND
—    21-MANSOOR ALI KHAN.A-M-46    IND
—    22-MOHAMMED IQBAL. A. K. S-M-42    IND
—    23-VELMANI. P-M-29    IND
—    24-JAFARUNNISHA. A-F-42    IND
S22-25-TN-Perambalur    1-SELVARAJ,G.-M-47    BSP
—    2-NAPOLEON,D.-M-46    DMK
—    3-BALASUBRAMANIAN,K.K.-M-58    ADMK
—    4-ARULMANI,C.-M-52    AIVP
—    5-KAMARAJ, DURAI.-M-35    DMDK
—    6-SRINIVASAN, V.-M-65    MMKA
—    7-SUNDARAVIJAYAN, R.-M-35    SP
—    8-SENTHIL KUMAR, N.-M-31    RKSP
—    9-STALIN, R.-M-38    LJP
—    10-ANNALAKSHMI, S.-F-42    IND
—    11-ERAMASAMY, K.-M-44    IND
—    12-ILANGOVAN, R.-M-62    IND
—    13-KANDASAMY, S.-M-62    IND
—    14-GUNASEKARAN, A.-M-36    IND
—    15-SINGARAM, K.-M-54    IND
—    16-GNANAPRAGASHAM, P.S.-M-46    IND
—    17-THANGAMANI, K.-M-67    IND
—    18-PRINCE BUCKTHA SINGH, D.-M-57    IND
—    19-PONNAMMAL, S.-F-27    IND
—    20-RENGARASU, M.-M-49    IND
—    21-JAYARAMAN, A.-M-42    IND
S22-26-TN-Cuddalore    1-ALAGIRI S-M-56    INC
—    2-AROKIYADOSS C-M-60    BSP
—    3-SAMPATH M C-M-51    ADMK
—    4-KAMARAJ A-M-36    LJP
—    5-DAMOTHARAN M C-M-57    DMDK
—    6-KANNAN K-M-33    IND
—    7-CHANDRA P-F-47    IND
—    8-SENRAYAN A D-M-33    IND
—    9-PARTHIBAN R-M-48    IND
—    10-RAYAR K-M-50    IND
—    11-VASANTHI S-F-39    IND
S22-27-TN-Chidambaram    1-RAJENDIRAN, N.R-M-52    BSP
—    2-PONNUSWAMY,E-M-72    PMK
—    3-SASIKUMAR, S-M-32    DMDK
—    4-SELVAKUMAR, C-M-31    RKSP
—    5-THIRUMAAVALAVAN, THOL-M-46    VCK
—    6-KAVIYARASAN, N-M-28    IND
—    7-KANAGASABAI, R-M-43    IND
—    8-SAKTHIVEL,P-M-36    IND
—    9-SUSILA , L-F-44    IND
—    10-SENTHAMIL SELVI , K-F-46    IND
—    11-DHARMALINGAM, C-M-40    IND
—    12-MANIKANDAN, V-M-32    IND
—    13-MARUDHAMUTHU, V-M-61    IND
S22-28-TN-Mayiladuthurai    1-KARTHIKEYAN S-M-47    BJP
—    2-SAPTHARISHI L.V-M-63    BSP
—    3-MANI SHANKAR AIYAR-M-68    INC
—    4-MANIAN O.S-M-52    ADMK
—    5-GANESAN S-M-68    AIVP
—    6-GUNASEKARAN N-M-47    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-PANDIAN K-M-37    DMDK
—    8-ZAWAHIRULLAH DR M.H-M-49    MAMAK
—    9-ABDUL JALEEL A-M-48    IND
—    10-ARIVALAGAN S-M-33    IND
—    11-AHMED MARECAR M.H-M-46    IND
—    12-KALIMUTHU SUDAR R-M-63    IND
—    13-KRISHNAPPA A-M-38    IND
—    14-TIMOTHY T-M-46    IND
—    15-DHAKSHINAMOORTHY M-M-39    IND
—    16-NAGARAJAN K-M-45    IND
—    17-BALAJI V-M-27    IND
—    18-PRABUDHASAN S.M-M-30    IND
—    19-RAJAKUMAR P-M-45    IND
—    20-RAJAMANI M-M-52    IND
—    21-VENKATRAMANI R-M-28    IND
—    22-JAYAKUMAR K.N-M-40    IND
—    23-JAYARAMAN V-M-61    IND
S22-29-TN-Nagapattinam    1-SELVARAJ M-M-51    CPI
—    2-VIJAYAN A K S-M-47    DMK
—    3-VEERAMUTHU G-M-36    BSP
—    4-MUTHUKUMAR M-M-36    DMDK
—    5-DEVADOSS R-M-49    IND
—    6-MUNUSAMY V-M-40    IND
—    7-VEERASAMY P-M-29    IND
S22-30-TN-Thanjavur    1-SARAVANAN.S-M-40    BSP
—    2-DURAI.BALAKRISHNAN-M-64    MDMK
—    3-PALANIMANICKAM.S.S-M-58    DMK
—    4-RAMANATHAN.P.DR-M-38    DMDK
—    5-VEERAMANI.S-M-42    SP
—    6-KARTHIKEYAN.K-M-38    IND
—    7-SIVAKUMAR.S-M-31    IND
—    8-SOZHAMANNAR KANAKARAJA.K-M-63    IND
—    9-BALU (A) BALAN-M-37    IND
—    10-PRASANNA.S-M-26    IND
—    11-MURUGARAJ.D-M-30    IND
—    12-RAJAMANI.K-F-54    IND
—    13-VIJAYALAKSHMI.S-F-36    IND
S22-31-TN-Sivaganga    1-CHIDAMBARAM P-M-63    INC
—    2-DEVAR M.G.-M-53    BSP
—    3-RAJA KANNAPPAN R.S.-M-60    ADMK
—    4-SAKTHIVEL K-M-49    MMKA
—    5-BARWATHA REGINA PAPA-F-65    DMDK
—    6-RAMASAMY R.A.-M-51    PT
—    7-ABUPACKER SITHIK J-M-38    IND
—    8-ALAGAPPAN ARU.-M-71    IND
—    9-ALAGAPPAN PL-M-46    IND
—    10-AANANDAN V.S.K.S.-M-46    IND
—    11-SAMUDRAM KALAIMANI K-M-53    IND
—    12-KARMEGAM K-M-41    IND
—    13-GUNASEKARAN P-M-47    IND
—    14-CHITHAMBARAM S-M-60    IND
—    15-ARIMAZHAM THIYAGI SUBRAMANIAN MUTHARAIYAR M-M-73    IND
—    16-THOOTHAI SELVAM M-M-40    IND
—    17-MALAIRAJ P-M-41    IND
—    18-RADHAKRISHNAN A-M-54    IND
—    19-RAJAGOPAL S-M-35    IND
—    20-RAJIV R-M-25    IND
S22-32-TN-Madurai    1-ALAGIRI M.K-M-58    DMK
—    2-DHARBAR RAJA-M-47    BSP
—    3-MOHAN P-M-59    CPM
—    4-KAVIARASU K-M-35    DMDK
—    5-ANAND K-M-35    IND
—    6-GOPAL R-M-56    IND
—    7-SIVAKUMAR T-M-35    IND
—    8-THANGAPANDI K-M-42    IND
—    9-NAGAMALAI M.A-M-50    IND
—    10-PAULPANDY M-M-50    IND
—    11-MOTHILAL T.R-M-48    IND
—    12-VEERADURAI S-M-49    IND
S22-33-TN-Theni    1-AARON RASHID.J.M-M-58    INC
—    2-KAVITHA-F-25    BSP
—    3-THANGA TAMILSELVAN-M-47    ADMK
—    4-PARVATHI.A-F-39    BJP
—    5-SANTHANAM.M.G.-M-54    DMDK
—    6-SELVARAJAN.P-M-38    PT
—    7-KRISHNAVENI.N-F-40    IND
—    8-SELVARAJ-M-42    IND
—    9-TAMIL SELVAN.S-M-40    IND
—    10-THIRUMOORTHY-M-35    IND
—    11-NAGAMANI SENTHIL.R-M-30    IND
—    12-NACHIMUTHU.P-M-54    IND
—    13-PANDI-M-44    IND
—    14-PANDIAN.P-M-45    IND
—    15-PERUMALSAMY.S-M-64    IND
—    16-POMMURAJ.M-M-49    IND
—    17-MANI.S-M-41    IND
—    18-MURUGESAN.S.P-M-45    IND
—    19-RAJAVEL-M-43    IND
—    20-RENGANATHAN-M-35    IND
—    21-VETRICHELVAN-M-33    IND
—    22-JAMES.G-M-75    IND
S22-34-TN-Virudhunagar    1-KANAGARAJ V-M-60    BSP
—    2-KARTHIK M-M-49    BJP
—    3-MANICKA TAGORE-M-36    INC
—    4-VAIKO-M-65    MDMK
—    5-PANDIARAJAN K-M-50    DMDK
—    6-KANNAN S-M-33    IND
—    7-KARUNANIDHI A-M-34    IND
—    8-SIVAKUMAR M.A-M-29    IND
—    9-SIVANMANI P-M-33    IND
—    10-SELVAM D-M-33    IND
—    11-SETHURAJ J-M-45    IND
—    12-DHANUSHKODI M-M-44    IND
—    13-NAMBUSAMY P-M-59    IND
—    14-PADMANABAN N-M-54    IND
—    15-VIJAYAN S-M-40    IND
—    16-JAWAHARLAL S.L-M-45    IND
S22-35-TN-Ramanathapuram    1-SATHIAMOORTHY. V-M-64    ADMK
—    2-SIVAKUMAR @ J.K. RITHEESH. K-M-36    DMK
—    3-THIRUNNAVUKKARASAR. SU-M-60    BJP
—    4-PRISCILLA PANDIAN-F-39    BSP
—    5-SALEEMULLA KHAN S-M-37    MAMAK
—    6-SINGAI JINNAH. S-M-39    DMDK
—    7-MOHAMMED ABITH ALI. R-M-40    JMM
—    8-KALIMUTHU. K-M-56    IND
—    9-SHANMUGAIYA PANDIAN. S-M-45    IND
—    10-SCHWARTZ DURAI. S-M-45    IND
—    11-CHELLA DURAI. K-M-40    IND
—    12-BALAMURUGAN-M-26    IND
—    13-BASKARAN. P-M-59    IND
—    14-MURUGENDRAN. G-M-31    IND
—    15-JAHANGEER. M.I-M-41    IND
S22-36-TN-Thoothukkudi    1-SARAVANAN.S-M-35    BJP
—    2-CYNTHIA PANDIAN DR-M-63    ADMK
—    3-JEEVENKUMAR E PA-M-37    BSP
—    4-JEYADURAI S R-M-39    DMK
—    5-SUNTHER M S-M-36    DMDK
—    6-ARUNKUMAR PUVI ARASU S-M-30    IND
—    7-RAGHUPATHI S-M-36    IND
—    8-KANDIVEL P-M-50    IND
—    9-SUNDARAVEL K-M-45    IND
—    10-PRABHAKARAN P-M-29    IND
—    11-PONRAJ T-M-37    IND
—    12-MUTHU S-M-59    IND
—    13-MURUGAN A-M-41    IND
—    14-RAMAKRISHNAN V-M-40    IND
—    15-RAMKUMAR V-M-45    IND
S22-37-TN-Tenkasi    1-KRISHNAN K-M-51    BSP
—    2-LINGAM P-M-43    CPI
—    3-VELLAIPANDI G-M-44    INC
—    4-INBARAJ K-M-35    DMDK
—    5-KRISHNASAMY, DR. K-M-57    PT
—    6-JOTHIRAJ M-M-58    SP
—    7-BALAKRISHNAN S-M-60    IND
—    8-RAMACHANDRAN E-M-45    IND
—    9-LAKSHMANAN R-M-40    IND
S22-38-TN-Tirunelveli    1-ANNAMALAI K-M-61    ADMK
—    2-NAGARAJAN, KARU-M-51    BJP
—    3-RAMESH PANDIAN-M-33    BSP
—    4-RAMASUBBU S-M-59    INC
—    5-SANKARAPANDIAN T-M-54    CPIMLL
—    6-SYED IMMAM S-M-44    SP
—    7-MICHAEL RAYAPPAN S-M-46    DMDK
—    8-VELMATHI (TMT) N-F-36    LJP
—    9-ARUNACHALAM M-M-57    IND
—    10-ANANDARAJ N-M-36    IND
—    11-KUBENDRAN I-M-43    IND
—    12-CHANDRASEKARAN SAKTHI-M-60    IND
—    13-SELWIN D-M-65    IND
—    14-THIRUVENGATAM A-M-59    IND
—    15-BALASUBRAMANIAN S-M-38    IND
—    16-”SUDAROLI” MURUGAN S. B.COM.,-M-33    IND
—    17-RAMASUBBU E-M-49    IND
—    18-RAMALINGAM M-M-55    IND
—    19-THENKALAM RAJA M-M-34    IND
—    20-VEIULUMUTHUKUMAR-M-27    IND
—    21-JEYABALAN N-M-56    IND
S22-39-TN-Kanniyakumari    1-RADHAKRISHNAN P-M-55    BJP
—    2-SIVAKAMI.P-F-53    BSP
—    3-BELLARMIN AV-M-55    CPM
—    4-HELEN DAVIDSON J-F-37    DMK
—    5-ARUL THUMILAN .D-M-31    LJP
—    6-AUSTIN . S-M-50    DMDK
—    7-BALASUBRAMONIAN T-M-42    ABHM
—    8-RADHAKRISHNAN .C.P-M-58    IND
—    9-EMMI-F-28    IND
—    10-KUMAR C-M-40    IND
—    11-SATHEES C-M-25    IND
—    12-SIVAKUMAR S-M-38    IND
—    13-THANKAMONY C-M-49    IND
—    14-NALLATHAMBY C-M-61    IND
—    15-PAULRAJ C.M-M-44    IND
—    16-MANOHARAN S-M-31    IND
—    17-RADHAKRISHNAN C-M-39    IND
—    18-LEKSHMANAN . S-M-42    IND
—    19-WILSON-M-45    IND
—    20-VENU K-M-41    IND
—    21-JOHNSON S-M-45    IND
—    22-JAYASINGH K-M-38    IND
S23-1-TR-Tripura West    1-KHAGEN DAS-M-71    CPM
—    2-NILMANI DEB-M-55    BJP
—    3-SANJIB DEY-M-32    NCP
—    4-SUDIP ROY BARMAN-M-45    INC
—    5-ARUN CHANDRA BHOWMIK-M-63    AITC
—    6-TITU SAHA-M-32    RDMP
—    7-PARTHA KARMAKAR-M-40    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-RAKHAL RAJ DATTA-M-60    AMB
—    9-BINOY DEB BARMA-M-49    IND
—    10-SUBRATA BHOWMIK-M-58    IND
S23-2-TR-Tripura East    1-DIBA CHANDRA HRANGKHWAL-M-52    INC
—    2-PULIN BEHARI DEWAN-M-69    BJP
—    3-BAJU BAN RIYAN-M-67    CPM
—    4-KARNA DHAN CHAKMA-M-37    AMB
—    5-FALGUNI TRIPURA-M-42    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-RITA RANI DEBBARMA-F-51    AITC
—    7-BINOY REANG-M-34    IND
—    8-MEVAR KUMAR JAMATIA-M-40    IND
—    9-RAJESH DEB BARMA-M-34    IND
S24-1-UP-Saharanpur    1-GAJAY SINGH-M-50    INC
—    2-JAGDISH SINGH RANA-M-53    BSP
—    3-JASWANT SINGH SAINI-M-38    BJP
—    4-RASHEED MASOOD-M-59    SP
—    5-CHATTAR SINGH KASHYAP-M-54    VAJP
—    6-HAJI MOHAMMED TAUSEEF-M-45    PECP
—    7-YOGESH GAMBHIR-M-41    BD
—    8-SUSHIL KUMAR-M-34    RSBP
—    9-MOHD.ASIF-M-25    IND
—    10-CHANDRA PRAKASH ARORA-M-53    IND
—    11-CHINTAMANI-M-60    IND
—    12-TEJVEER-M-48    IND
—    13-NATHLU RAM-M-57    IND
—    14-MASHKOOR-M-49    IND
—    15-M.RASHID KHAN-M-45    IND
S24-2-UP-Kairana    1-TABASSUM BEGUM-F-39    BSP
—    2-SHAJAN MASOOD-M-36    SP
—    3-SURENDRA KUMAR-M-45    INC
—    4-HUKUM SINGH-M-71    BJP
—    5-KARAN SINGH SAINI-M-40    JSP
—    6-KUNWAR PAL-M-50    RDMP
—    7-PRIYA KUMAR-M-37    ABHM
—    8-RAJNISH NOTIAL-M-28    ASP
—    9-RAJ BAHADUR-M-26    IJP
—    10-SHAFIK-M-52    UNLP
—    11-ABHISHEK-M-25    IND
—    12-KULDEEP-M-32    IND
—    13-ADVOCATE BRAHAM PAL GURJAR-M-38    IND
—    14-MUKTA SINGH-F-35    IND
—    15-LAKHMI-M-53    IND
S24-3-UP-Muzaffarnagar    1-KADIR RANA-M-45    BSP
—    2-DHEER SINGH-M-45    CPI
—    3-THAKUR SANGEET SINGH SOM-M-29    SP
—    4-HARINDRA SINGH MALIK-M-54    INC
—    5-ANURADHA CHAUDHARY-F-48    RLD
—    6-ABDUL AZIZ ANSARI-M-57    PECP
—    7-ASHUTOSH PANDEY-M-30    LD
—    8-NAWAB ALI-M-38    NLHP
—    9-MANISH BHAI URF NITU-M-35    ABHM
—    10-SATISH KUMAR-M-32    JSP
—    11-SALAMUDEEN URF SALMU MALIK-M-45    NELU
—    12-INDERPAL-M-67    IND
—    13-NARENDRA KUMAR-M-44    IND
—    14-PARMOD PAL-M-41    IND
—    15-BHAGWAT SINGH-M-66    IND
—    16-MUKTA SINGH-F-25    IND
—    17-RANVEER-M-49    IND
—    18-RAJENDRA SINGH-M-60    IND
—    19-REETA URF REETA KASHYAP-F-31    IND
—    20-VIJAY-M-36    IND
—    21-VEERPAL-M-32    IND
—    22-SATYAVEER-M-45    IND
—    23-SALEK CHAUDHARY-M-37    IND
S24-4-UP-Bijnor    1-KARTAR SINGH BHADANA-M-59    NCP
—    2-DR. YASHVIR SINGH-M-62    SP
—    3-SHAHID SIDDIQUI-M-58    BSP
—    4-SAIDUZZAMAN-M-67    INC
—    5-MOHD. AFSHAR-M-33    ASP
—    6-ABDUL BASIT-M-64    KKJHS
—    7-PARAS RAM-M-46    VAJP
—    8-SAGIR AHMAD-M-51    NLHP
—    9-SALESH KUMAR ALIAS SADHAWI SARLESH GIRI-F-41    MKUP
—    10-SURENDRA SINGH-M-49    IJP
—    11-SURESH CHAND-M-44    RMSP
—    12-SANJAY SINGH CHAUHAN-M-45    RLD
—    13-ABDUL SAMAD-M-37    IND
—    14-IRFAN ALI-M-45    IND
—    15-CHAND KUMAR-M-48    IND
—    16-DIGVIJAY SINGH-M-30    IND
—    17-DAVENDER SINGH-M-72    IND
—    18-PRABHAT KUMAR-M-32    IND
—    19-MONU KUMAR RAVI-M-25    IND
—    20-RAJ RISHI-M-46    IND
—    21-RAM GIRI-M-62    IND
—    22-SHIVA CHARAN-M-71    IND
—    23-SABDUL-M-37    IND
S24-5-UP-Nagina    1-ISAM SINGH-M-51    INC
—    2-YASHVIR SINGH-M-36    SP
—    3-RAM KISHAN SINGH-M-65    BSP
—    4-UDIT RAJ-M-51    IJP
—    5-TEJ SINGH-M-53    ASP
—    6-BABLI ALIAS GULSAN JAHAN-F-34    NELU
—    7-MUNSIRAM-M-59    RLD
—    8-RANJEET-M-40    NBNP
—    9-VIJAY PRAKASH-M-70    PECP
—    10-ASARPAT-M-41    IND
—    11-NOBAHAR SINGH-M-49    IND
—    12-BHISHAM PRASAD-M-52    IND
—    13-YADRAM-M-44    IND
—    14-RAM CHANDER-M-44    IND
S24-6-UP-Moradabad    1-MOHAMMAD RIZWAN-M-58    SP
—    2-MOHAMMED AZHARUDDIN-M-46    INC
—    3-RAJIV CHANNA-M-46    BSP
—    4-KUNWAR SARVESH KUMAR ALIAS RAKESH-M-57    BJP
—    5-RISHI PAL-M-41    ABHM
—    6-SHAKEEL AHMED-M-47    NLHP
—    7-HAR SWAROOP SHARMA-M-56    RSMD
—    8-JAHID-M-44    IND
—    9-TOTA RAM-M-57    IND
—    10-NATHU SINGH-M-62    IND
—    11-PATRAM-M-46    IND
—    12-FARID JABBAR-M-46    IND
—    13-MUHAMMED ZAFAR IQBAL-M-59    IND
—    14-MOHAMMAD YUNUS-M-30    IND
—    15-RINKI SAINI-F-26    IND
—    16-SAGIR HUSAIN-M-36    IND
—    17-SANJAY KUMAR URF SANJAY KUMAR GOSWAMI-M-32    IND
—    18-HARIOM BALMIKI-M-35    IND
S24-7-UP-Rampur    1-GHAN SHYAM SINGH LODHI-M-48    BSP
—    2-JAYA PRADA NAHATA-F-45    SP
—    3-BEGUM NOOR BANO URF MEHTAB ZAMANI BEGUM-F-70    INC
—    4-MUKHTAR ABBAS NAQVI-M-51    BJP
—    5-DEEPCHAND GUPTA-M-51    JKD
—    6-SHRIPAL GUPTA-M-38    BSP(K)
—    7-SAMEENA BI-F-27    RSBP
—    8-SIFAAT ALI KHAN-M-48    IUML
—    9-SANJEEV KUMAR-M-47    AD
—    10-ARIF SIKANDAR URF RAJU MIAN-M-34    IND
—    11-KAPIL DEV-M-30    IND
—    12-GENDAN LAL-M-42    IND
—    13-JAGDISH SARAN SAGAR-M-39    IND
—    14-TARIQ MIAN DESHMUKH-M-41    IND
—    15-BHOLEY KHAN-M-46    IND
—    16-SHAKKAN KHAN-M-61    IND
S24-8-UP-Sambhal    1-IQBAL MEHMOOD-M-58    SP
—    2-CHANDRA PAL SINGH-M-51    BJP
—    3-CHANDRA VIJAY-M-56    INC
—    4-DR. SHAFIQUR RAHMAN BARQ-M-76    BSP
—    5-ASHOK-M-48    NNP
—    6-PUTTAN KHAN-M-33    NLHP
—    7-MOHAMMAD HASEEB-M-40    BPC
—    8-HAJI RASHID HUSAIN-M-50    MUL
—    9-DR. PRAVEEN KUMAR-M-36    IND
—    10-VRIHAMADEV-M-36    IND
—    11-SUBHANUR RAHMAN-M-32    IND
S24-9-UP-Amroha    1-MEHBOOB ALI-M-56    SP
—    2-MAUDOOD MADNI-M-36    BSP
—    3-MOHD. NAFIS ABBASI-M-68    INC
—    4-DEVENDRA NAGPAL-M-38    RLD
—    5-NIDHI TYAGI-M-32    SHS
—    6-RIFAQAT-M-40    NELU
—    7-SHARAFAT ALI-M-57    RSP
—    8-SATISH-M-28    ABHM
—    9-SUMAN-F-25    IVD
—    10-ANJULA NAGPAL-F-40    IND
—    11-ANIL-M-26    IND
—    12-IMRAN-M-32    IND
—    13-KIRSHANPAL-M-32    IND
—    14-TARA CHANDR-M-36    IND
—    15-DEVI SARAN-M-57    IND
—    16-DEVENDER-M-34    IND
—    17-MANTARI SINGH-M-41    IND
—    18-RADHEKISHAN-M-36    IND
—    19-VARUN-M-29    IND
—    20-HARISH NAGPAL-M-42    IND
S24-10-UP-Meerut    1-ARUN KUMAR JAIN-M-57    NCP
—    2-MALOOK NAGAR-M-43    BSP
—    3-MUGHIS AHMAD GILANI-M-53    CPI
—    4-RAJENDRA AGARWAL-M-57    BJP
—    5-RAJENDRA SHARMA-M-61    INC
—    6-SHAHID MANZOOR-M-54    SP
—    7-AJAY AGRAWAL-M-44    SJP(R)
—    8-JANESHWAR PRASAD SHARMA-M-60    RVNP
—    9-TEJVEER SINGH-M-67    RWS
—    10-RAJKUMAR TYAGI-M-38    ABHM
—    11-RAJESH KUMAR-M-42    IJP
—    12-SMT. SANTOSH AHLUWALIA-F-40    RDMP
—    13-DR. HARI SINGH AZAD PRAJAPATI-M-65    ABLTP
—    14-CAPT. ATUL TYAGI-M-49    IND
—    15-ANIL KUMAR SUBHASH-M-48    IND
—    16-KRISHNA KUMAR GARG-M-59    IND
—    17-KRISHNAPAL-M-28    IND
—    18-KHALID KHURSHID-M-28    IND
—    19-ZARAR AHMAD-M-43    IND
—    20-DARA SINGH PRAJAPATI-M-39    IND
—    21-BHARAT BHUSAN AGRAWAL-M-44    IND
—    22-RAJENDRA SINGH YADAV-M-50    IND
—    23-LOHRI-M-50    IND
—    24-MOHD. SHAHID AKHLAKH-M-40    IND
—    25-SUDHIR NANDAN SARAN KOTHIWAL-M-62    IND
—    26-SUNIL KUMAR RANA-M-30    IND
—    27-DR. SURENDER KUMAR KHATRI-M-61    IND
—    28-SANJEEV-M-27    IND
—    29-SHREEPAL SINGH-M-35    IND
S24-11-UP-Baghpat    1-MUKESH SHARMA-M-28    BSP
—    2-SAHAB SINGH-M-50    SP
—    3-SOMPAL-M-71    INC
—    4-AJIT SINGH-M-70    RLD
—    5-GULZAR-M-44    ASP
—    6-DEVENDRA KUMAR-M-46    BKLJP
—    7-FIRDOUS A /S FIRDOUS RANA-F-27    MKUP
—    8-SHALINI-F-27    JM
—    9-ABDUL RASHID-M-26    IND
—    10-OMPAL-M-25    IND
—    11-JAIPARKASH-M-73    IND
—    12-TEJPAL SINGH-M-61    IND
—    13-PRAVEEN KUMAR-M-44    IND
—    14-BRIJ BHUSHAN-M-32    IND
—    15-RAVINDRA KUMAR-M-28    IND
—    16-VEDPAL-M-39    IND
S24-12-UP-Ghaziabad    1-PT. AMAR PAL SHARMA-M-37    BSP
—    2-RAJNATH SINGH-M-57    BJP
—    3-SURENDRA PRAKASH GOEL-M-58    INC
—    4-AZIJ KHAN-M-43    IJP
—    5-ANWAR AHMED-M-61    NBNP
—    6-IQBAL-M-50    NLHP
—    7-K.Z. BUKHARI-M-63    NELU
—    8-SANJAY SHARMA-M-30    ABHM
—    9-HARI SHANKAR SHARMA-M-63    BPD
—    10-TRILOK SINGH RAWAT-M-33    IND
—    11-DAYA (HIJRA)-M-51    IND
—    12-YATAN SHARMA-M-43    IND
—    13-LAL SINGH-M-45    IND
—    14-VINOD-M-47    IND
—    15-SATISH-M-57    IND
—    16-SAMAR SINGH-M-63    IND
S24-13-UP-Gautam buddh Nagar    1-NARENDRA SINGH BHATI-M-50    SP
—    2-MAHESH KUMAR SHARMA-M-48    BJP
—    3-RAMESH CHANDRA TOMAR-M-59    INC
—    4-K.K SHARMA-M-50    NCP
—    5-SURENDRA SINGH NAGAR-M-44    BSP
—    6-ARVIND-M-35    ANC
—    7-GHANSHYAM SHARMA-M-34    RWS
—    8-CHHOTE LAL-M-48    RYS
—    9-DR JAMAL AHMAD KHAN-M-62    NLHP
—    10-POONAM-F-31    BSP(K)
—    11-PREM SINGH-M-44    RPI
—    12-RAHIS-M-50    NELU
—    13-LUBNA ASIF-F-25    AIMF
—    14-SHER SINGH-M-41    AP
—    15-ANIL KUMAR-M-32    IND
—    16-KAMLESH CHOUDHRY-F-44    IND
—    17-KINNAR GUDDI SHARMA-F-46    IND
—    18-JAGAT SINGH-M-43    IND
—    19-DHARAMVIR-M-64    IND
—    20-MANOJ-M-34    IND
—    21-MAHESH-M-40    IND
—    22-RAJENDRA PAL SINGH-M-58    IND
—    23-RESHAM SWARUP-F-43    IND
—    24-SHAILESH KUMAR SRIVASTVA-M-43    IND
—    25-SUKHVIR-M-46    IND
—    26-SONIA SHARMA-F-33    IND
S24-14-UP-Bulandshahr    1-ASHOK KUMAR PRADHAN-M-53    BJP
—    2-KAMLESH-M-43    SP
—    3-DEVI DAYAL-M-66    INC
—    4-RAJ KUMAR GAUTAM-M-36    BSP
—    5-KARAN SINGH BHOOCHAL-M-56    RMEP
—    6-KANTI-F-54    ABRS
—    7-JAY BHAGWAN-M-35    NBNP
—    8-BALRAM-M-43    ABHM
—    9-RAGHURAJ SINGH-M-45    RTKP
—    10-RAJO-F-31    NELU
—    11-SUDHA SINGH-F-37    RPI
—    12-SUSHILA SINGH-F-60    RDMP
—    13-SURAJMUKHI GAUTAM-F-38    UNLP
—    14-SOHAN PAL-M-45    NLHP
—    15-KAMLESH-F-39    IND
—    16-PRAVEEN-M-32    IND
S24-15-UP-Aligarh    1-ZAFAR ALAM-M-66    SP
—    2-BIJENDRA SINGH-M-52    INC
—    3-RAJ KUMARI CHAUHAN-F-46    BSP
—    4-SHEELA GAUTAM-F-77    BJP
—    5-AKHTAR-M-46    MUL
—    6-ALPANA GAUTAM-F-45    BSK
—    7-DEVI PRASHAD-M-72    MADP
—    8-DHARAMVEER SINGH-M-42    IJP
—    9-BABULAL VERMA-M-71    ASP
—    10-MAHESH PRATAP SHARMA-M-54    RVP
—    11-MUKESH-M-29    NLHP
—    12-MOHAMMAD YUSUF KHAN-M-26    MC
—    13-SHISHUPAL SINGH-M-51    PSS
—    14-SANJAY-M-33    LD
—    15-HARENDRA SINGH BURMAN-M-35    LPSP
—    16-KAILASH-M-30    IND
—    17-TEJVIR SINGH-M-62    IND
—    18-NATTHILAL-M-54    IND
—    19-PRABHAT KUMAR-M-38    IND
—    20-PREM PAL SINGH-M-27    IND
—    21-BABA BUDHASEN-M-69    IND
—    22-BHAGVAN SAHAY-M-63    IND
—    23-SHER MOHAMMAD-M-47    IND
S24-16-UP-Hathras    1-ANAR SINGH-M-48    SP
—    2-PRADEEP CHANDEL-M-31    INC
—    3-RAJENDRA KUMAR-M-43    BSP
—    4-JAIPRAKASH-M-59    RTKP
—    5-PRADEEP KUMAR-M-38    ASP
—    6-PREMLATA-F-35    RPI(A)
—    7-SARIKA SINGH-F-29    RLD
—    8-SURESH BABU-M-35    BSKPB
—    9-MATHURA PRASAD-M-30    IND
—    10-SHIV SINGH-M-39    IND
S24-17-UP-Mathura    1-MANVENDRA SINGH-M-62    INC
—    2-SHYAM SUNDER SHARMA-M-57    BSP
—    3-ASHRAF ALI-M-34    NLHP
—    4-JAYANT CHAUDHARY-M-30    RLD
—    5-DEVENDRA-M-27    RALP
—    6-YADRAM-M-56    BSP(K)
—    7-HEERA SINGH-M-44    NELU
—    8-GOPAL SAINI ALIAS MANAGER-M-25    IND
—    9-JAGDISH-M-34    IND
—    10-JAI PRAKASH-M-35    IND
—    11-PITAM SINGH-M-72    IND
—    12-PRAMOD PACHAURI-M-41    IND
—    13-FAKKAR BABA-M-64    IND
—    14-BABU LAL SHARMA-M-70    IND
—    15-VINOD-M-41    IND
—    16-SHYAMSUNDAR-M-31    IND
S24-18-UP-Agra    1-KUNWAR CHAND (VAKIL)-M-51    BSP
—    2-PRABHUDAYAL KATHERIA-M-57    INC
—    3-RAMJI LAL SUMAN-M-57    SP
—    4-DR. RAMSHANKAR-M-43    BJP
—    5-RAMESH-M-30    JBSP
—    6-RAJESH KUMAR PRADHAN-M-33    RSBP
—    7-RAM DEVI-F-46    HDVP
—    8-VIVEK CHAUHAN VALMIKI-M-35    RSMD
—    9-GANESHI LAL MAHAUR-M-43    IND
—    10-DR. CHANDRAPAL-M-61    IND
—    11-NITYANAND-M-55    IND
—    12-BOBY-M-36    IND
—    13-RAKESH-M-40    IND
—    14-VINOD KUMAR SINGH-M-47    IND
—    15-SANTOSH KUMAR DIWAKAR-M-27    IND
S24-19-UP-Fatehpur sikri    1-RAGHURAJ SINGH SHAKYA-M-40    SP
—    2-RAJ BABBAR-M-58    INC
—    3-RAJA MAHENDRA ARIDAMAN SINGH-M-52    BJP
—    4-SEEMA UPADHYAY-F-44    BSP
—    5-SAMARVEER SINGH CHAHAR-M-36    RWS
—    6-GANGA RAM-M-54    IND
—    7-CHANDAN SINGH-M-49    IND
—    8-NARESH CHAND KOLI-M-28    IND
—    9-BENI PRASHAD AGARWAL-M-59    IND
—    10-MUNNA ALISE MUNNA LAL-M-44    IND
—    11-VIJAY PAL-M-31    IND
—    12-VINOD KUMAR-M-45    IND
—    13-SATISH CHANDR-M-40    IND
—    14-SUNDER SINGH-M-36    IND
S24-20-UP-Firozabad    1-AKHILESH YADAV-M-35    SP
—    2-PROF. S.P. SINGH BAGHEL-M-46    BSP
—    3-RAGHUVAR DAYAL VERMA-M-70    BJP
—    4-RAJJO DEVI-F-56    CPM
—    5-RAJENDRAPAL-M-50    INC
—    6-ANIL KUMAR SRIVASTAWA@AKELA-M-26    JPS
—    7-ABHAYPRATAP SINGH-M-32    JBSP
—    8-DALVIR-M-39    RPI(A)
—    9-RAJVIR SINGH-M-52    RSMD
—    10-RAHAT AFROZ-M-47    MUL
—    11-SUNITA DEVI-F-31    MADP
—    12-ASHOK YADAV-M-51    IND
—    13-MANISH ASIJA-M-44    IND
—    14-RAMGOPAL-M-32    IND
—    15-RAMDAS SAVITA-M-42    IND
—    16-LT. COLONEL SURESH BABU-M-63    IND
S24-21-UP-Mainpuri    1-TRIPTI SHAKYA-F-31    BJP
—    2-MULAYAM SINGH YADAV-M-69    SP
—    3-VINAY SHAKYA-M-38    BSP
—    4-HAKIM SINGH YADAV-M-65    CPI
—    5-ABADHESH SHAKYA-M-41    RSMD
—    6-KARUNA NIDHI PANDEY-M-46    KKJHS
—    7-GENDA LAL PAL-M-56    RALP
—    8-PRAVEEN YADAV-M-40    MD
—    9-MAN SINGH KASHYAP-M-53    LD
—    10-YOGENDRA SINGH-M-41    IJP
—    11-RAVINDRA SINGH-M-69    RWS
—    12-RAJVIR SINGH-M-43    NDPF
—    13-SARVESH-M-31    JPS
—    14-AJAY KUMAR SINGH-M-51    IND
—    15-SACHCHIDA NAND-M-57    IND
S24-22-UP-Etah    1-KUNWAR DEVENDRA SINGH YADAV-M-60    BSP
—    2-DR. MAHADEEPAK SINGH SHAKYA-M-84    INC
—    3-DR.SHYAM SINGH SHAKYA-M-49    BJP
—    4-INDRAPAL-M-46    RSUPRP
—    5-RISHIPAL-M-46    BRPP
—    6-MUNAWAR HUSSAIN-M-55    NLHP
—    7-RAJVEER SINGH-M-46    VAJP
—    8-SHABBIR-M-50    NELU
—    9-SANDEEP-M-48    RPI(A)
—    10-KALYAN SINGH R O MADHOLI-M-78    IND
—    11-KALYAN SINGH R O NAGLA KHUSHALI-M-69    IND
—    12-KALIYAN SINGH-M-54    IND
—    13-PREETY MISHRA-F-26    IND
—    14-PUSHPA UPADHYAY-F-57    IND
—    15-RAJENDRA-M-46    IND
—    16-RAJESH-M-34    IND
—    17-SATENDRA KUMAR-M-50    IND
—    18-SAKIR ALI-M-59    IND
—    19-HARISHCHANDRA-M-61    IND
S24-23-UP-Badaun    1-DHARAM YADAV URF D. P. YADAV-M-56    BSP
—    2-DHARMENDRA YADAV-M-30    SP
—    3-SALEEM IQBAL SHERWANI-M-56    INC
—    4-AJEET SINGH YADAV-M-33    PDFO
—    5-JAVITRI DEVI-F-38    IJP
—    6-BRIJ PAL SINGH SHAKYA-M-51    RSMD
—    7-D. K. BHARDWAJ-M-46    JD(U)
—    8-ANUPAM SHARMA-M-31    IND
—    9-DHARMENDRA YADAV-M-31    IND
—    10-BHAGWAN SINGH-M-47    IND
S24-24-UP-Aonla    1-TIKA RAM SAHU-M-35    CPI
—    2-DHARMENDRA KUMAR-M-44    SP
—    3-MENKA GANDHI-F-52    BJP
—    4-KUNWAR SARVRAJ SINGH-M-55    BSP
—    5-DEEN DAYAL-M-68    JKM
—    6-PRITHVI NATH SINGH SONKAR-M-48    IJP
—    7-MEHBOOB AHMAD KHAN-M-36    MD
—    8-MUSHTAQ AHMAD-M-33    NELU
—    9-SWAMI DR.LAXMI NARAYANACHARYA-M-49    BDBP
—    10-WASI AHMAD-M-51    MMUP
—    11-AJAY PRATAP SINGH-M-50    IND
—    12-OMENDRA KUMAR-M-34    IND
—    13-JAGDISH SARAN-M-36    IND
S24-25-UP-Bareilly    1-ISLAM SABIR ANSARI-M-54    BSP
—    2-PRAVEEN SINGH ARON-M-50    INC
—    3-BHAGWAT SARAN GANGWAR-M-54    SP
—    4-SANTOSH GANGWAR-M-59    BJP
—    5-NADEEM IQBAL-M-35    MADP
—    6-LAIQ AHMAD-M-43    AD
—    7-ASHOK KUMAR SHARMA-M-34    IND
—    8-RAKESH AGARWAL ADVOCATE-M-51    IND
S24-26-UP-Pilibhit    1-GANGA CHARAN-M-45    BSP
—    2-MASTER CHOTEY LAL GANGWAR-M-61    NCP
—    3-FEROZE VARUN GANDHI-M-29    BJP
—    4-RIYAZ AHMAD-M-44    SP
—    5-V. M. SINGH-M-49    INC
—    6-INDRA PAL-M-58    AD
—    7-KRISHNA ADHIKARI-F-44    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-JAMUNA DAVI-F-54    RKSP
—    9-RAM KUMAR ARYA-M-40    ABRS
—    10-HARPAL SINGH-M-26    RCP
—    11-HARISH KUMAR-M-44    BSRD
—    12-MAHAVIR SINGH-M-49    IND
—    13-MAHESH SAXENA-M-51    IND
—    14-RAM NARAYAN SINGH-M-44    IND
—    15-LALTA PRASAD-M-51    IND
—    16-VIQUARUL HASAN KHAN-M-40    IND
S24-27-UP-Shahjahanpur    1-UMED SINGH-M-42    INC
—    2-KRISHNA RAJ-F-41    BJP
—    3-DR JAUHARI LAL-M-66    NCP
—    4-MITHLESH-M-48    SP
—    5-SUNITA SINGH-F-40    BSP
—    6-ARVIND KUMAR-M-33    RSMD
—    7-DAULATRAM-M-49    PECP
—    8-RAMPRAKASH-M-56    ABRS
—    9-RAMSEWAK-M-38    AIFB
—    10-HEERALAL-M-36    APRD
—    11-KUNWARPAL-M-34    IND
—    12-MALKHAN SINGH-M-63    IND
—    13-MAHESH PAL SINGH-M-32    IND
—    14-MEWARAM-M-44    IND
—    15-SANGHPAL-M-39    IND
S24-28-UP-Kheri    1-AJAY KUMAR-M-50    BJP
—    2-ILIYAS AZMI-M-68    BSP
—    3-ZAFAR ALI NAQVI-M-61    INC
—    4-RAVI PRAKASH VERMA-M-49    SP
—    5-ANIL KISHORE-M-41    LD
—    6-ANUPAM VERMA-M-30    AD
—    7-KASHINATH SINGH-M-49    JPS
—    8-RAMDARASH-M-45    CPI(ML)(L)
—    9-ARVIND-M-33    IND
—    10-MOHD. ILIYAS-M-49    IND
—    11-BAJRANGI LAL-M-36    IND
—    12-MUJEEB KHAN-M-38    IND
S24-29-UP-Dhaurahra    1-OM PRAKASH-M-60    SP
—    2-KUNWAR JITIN PRASAD-M-36    INC
—    3-RAGHVENDRA SINGH-M-58    BJP
—    4-RAJESH-M-44    NCP
—    5-RAJESH KUMAR SINGH ALIAS RAJESH VERMA-M-49    BSP
—    6-ARJUN LAL-M-45    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-SWAMI DAYAL GAUR-M-53    RTKP
—    8-SUSHILA-F-47    AD
—    9-KAPIL KUMAR-M-35    IND
—    10-NARENDRA PRASAD-M-36    IND
—    11-MANOJ-M-34    IND
—    12-RAM SINGH-M-34    IND
S24-30-UP-Sitapur    1-KAISAR JAHAN-F-35    BSP
—    2-GYAN TIWARI-M-41    BJP
—    3-JAGDISH NARAYAN SHUKLA-M-67    NCP
—    4-MAHENDRA SINGH VERMA-M-58    SP
—    5-RAM LAL RAHI-M-63    INC
—    6-KULDEEP KUMAR-M-33    PECP
—    7-GAYA PRASAD-M-50    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-GOVIND-M-37    KKJHS
—    9-DAYA SHANKAR BOSE-M-48    RDMP
—    10-MAIKU LAL-M-45    BSRD
—    11-RAM DAS-M-63    BRPP
—    12-HARE RAM FAUJI-M-44    JPS
—    13-DILEEP KUMAR-M-32    IND
—    14-DIPENDRA KUMAR VERMA-M-36    IND
—    15-MUNNA LAL-M-36    IND
—    16-HARGOVIND RAWAT (PASI)-M-72    IND
S24-31-UP-Hardoi    1-USHA VERMA-F-43    SP
—    2-PURNIMA VERMA-F-52    BJP
—    3-RAM KUMAR KURIL-M-47    BSP
—    4-BALAKRAM-M-48    RJPK
—    5-BHAIYA LAL ALIAS CHAMAN BABU-M-35    RSMD
—    6-SHANTISWAROOP-M-52    RPI
—    7-HARIBAKHSH-M-50    NNP
—    8-USHA-F-48    IND
—    9-JAGANNATH-M-45    IND
—    10-RAJENDRA KUMAR-M-49    IND
—    11-SHIV KUMAR-M-58    IND
S24-32-UP-Misrikh    1-ANIL KUMAR ALIAS ANIL BHARGAV-M-37    BJP
—    2-ASHOK KUMAR RAWAT-M-42    BSP
—    3-OM PRAKASH-M-47    INC
—    4-SHYAM PRAKASH-M-49    SP
—    5-RAM AUTAR-M-52    RPI(A)
—    6-VISHAMBHAR DAYAL-M-38    RCP
—    7-UDAY PRATAP-M-39    IND
—    8-RAKESH KUMAR-M-26    IND
—    9-RAM DAYAL-M-64    IND
—    10-RAM SAGAR-M-34    IND
—    11-SHIV PAL-M-44    IND
—    12-SANJAYKUMAR-M-26    IND
—    13-SAHEB LAL-M-27    IND
S24-33-UP-Unnao    1-ANNUTANDON-F-51    INC
—    2-ARUNSHANKARSHUKLA-M-52    BSP
—    3-DEEPAKKUMAR-M-40    SP
—    4-RAMESHKUMARSINGH-M-60    BJP
—    5-UMESHCHANDRA-M-25    AD
—    6-CHHEDILAL-M-42    RPI(A)
—    7-JAVEDRAZA-M-39    JD(U)
—    8-RAJKISHORESINGH-M-36    RCP
—    9-RAJUKASHYAP-M-40    VAJP
—    10-RAMAOTAR-M-63    BVVP
—    11-RAMSEVAK-M-44    ASP
—    12-RASHIDQAMAR-M-28    MUL
—    13-SHIVSHANKERKUSHWAHA-M-46    ABAS
—    14-ASHOKKUMAR-M-39    IND
—    15-KRISHNAPALSINGHVAIS-M-62    IND
—    16-CHANDRASHEKHARTIWARI-M-43    IND
—    17-ABHICHHEDILALYADAV-M-47    IND
—    18-RAMASHREY-M-36    IND
—    19-LALA-M-40    IND
—    20-VASUDEVVISHARAD-M-65    IND
—    21-SUNILKUMAR-M-35    IND
S24-34-UP-Mohanlalganj    1-JAI PRAKASH-M-50    BSP
—    2-RANJAN KUMAR CHAUDHARY-M-38    BJP
—    3-SUSHILA SAROJ-F-58    SP
—    4-JAIPAL PATHIK-M-50    RCP
—    5-R.K.CHAUDHARY-M-50    RSBP
—    6-SATTIDEEN-M-53    UPRP
—    7-RAM DHAN-M-42    IND
S24-35-UP-Lucknow    1-DR. AKHILESH DAS GUPTA-M-48    BSP
—    2-NAFISA ALI SODHI-F-52    SP
—    3-RITA BAHUGUNA JOSHI-F-59    INC
—    4-LAL JI TANDON-M-73    BJP
—    5-ANUPAM MISHRA-M-37    SWPI
—    6-MOHD. IRSHAD-M-40    NBNP
—    7-KAMAL CHANDRA-M-39    GGP
—    8-DR.KHAN MOHMAD ATIF-M-64    MMUP
—    9-JUGUNU RANJAN-F-47    JANS
—    10-DASHARATH-M-36    RMEP
—    11-NAND KUMAR LODHI RAJPOOT-M-44    BGD
—    12-PRAVEEN KUMAR MISHRA-M-32    EKSP
—    13-MURLI PRASAD-M-56    RTKP
—    14-MUSTAQ KHAN-M-38    IJP
—    15-RAVI SHANKAR BHARAT-M-28    BPD
—    16-RAJESH KUMAR PANDEY-M-40    AITC
—    17-AMRESH MISHRA-M-43    IND
—    18-AMIT PANDEY-M-33    IND
—    19-ASHOK KUMAR PAL-M-31    IND
—    20-AMBIKA PRASAD-M-49    IND
—    21-K.C. KARDAM-M-65    IND
—    22-KEDAR MAL AGRAWAL-M-55    IND
—    23-GIRISH CHANDRA SRIVASTAV-M-62    IND
—    24-CHATURI PRASAD-M-56    IND
—    25-CHANDRA BHUSHAN PANDEY (C.B.PANDEY)-M-60    IND
—    26-ZUBAIR AHMAD-M-32    IND
—    27-S.R.DARAPURI-M-65    IND
—    28-DHEERAJ-M-37    IND
—    29-NITIN DWIVEDI-M-25    IND
—    30-PADAM CHANDRA GUPTA-M-35    IND
—    31-BAL MUKUND TIWARI-M-26    IND
—    32-RAJIV RANJAN TIWARI @ RAJ BIHARI-M-29    IND
—    33-RAJESH KUMAR-M-25    IND
—    34-RAJESH KUMAR NAITHANI-M-35    IND
—    35-RADHEYSHYAM-M-37    IND
—    36-RAM KUMAR SHUKLA-M-62    IND
—    37-SEHNAAZ SIDRAT-F-48    IND
—    38-SUKHVEER SINGH-M-41    IND
—    39-SUMAN LATA DIXIT-F-53    IND
—    40-HARJEET SINGH-M-48    IND
—    41-A. HAROON ALI-M-48    IND
S24-36-UP-Rae bareli    1-R.S.KUSHWAHA-M-52    BSP
—    2-R.B.SINGH-M-44    BJP
—    3-SONIA GANDHI-F-62    INC
—    4-ANIL KUMAR MAURYA-M-31    AD
—    5-DINESH-M-32    RCP
—    6-AVNISH-M-31    IND
—    7-ALOK KUMAR SINGH-M-32    IND
—    8-ILIYAS HUSSAIN-M-36    IND
—    9-BABULAL-M-61    IND
—    10-MANOJ KUMAR S/O RAM NARESH SINGH-M-58    IND
—    11-MANOJ KUMAR S/O HANUMANT PRASAD-M-36    IND
—    12-RAMA SHANKAR-M-42    IND
—    13-LAJJAWATI KANCHAN-F-43    IND
—    14-SHYAM BIHARI GUPTA-M-44    IND
—    15-SRIPAL-M-45    IND
—    16-HORILAL-M-41    IND
S24-37-UP-Amethi    1-ASHEESH SHUKLA-M-48    BSP
—    2-PRADEEP KUMAR SINGH-M-39    BJP
—    3-RAHUL GANDHI-M-38    INC
—    4-BHUWAL-M-56    JPS
—    5-MOHD.HASAN LAHARI-M-35    BRPP
—    6-SUNITA-F-26    MAP
—    7-SURYABHAN MAURYA-M-45    RASD
—    8-AAVID HUSSAIN-M-31    IND
—    9-OMKAR-M-46    IND
—    10-KAPIL DEO-M-30    IND
—    11-DILIP-M-36    IND
—    12-MIHILAL-M-52    IND
—    13-MEET SINGH-M-65    IND
—    14-RAMESH CHANDRA-M-30    IND
—    15-RAM SHANKER-M-43    IND
—    16-SWAMI NATH-M-25    IND
S24-38-UP-Sultanpur    1-ASHOK PANDEY-M-58    SP
—    2-MOHD.TAHIR-M-33    BSP
—    3-SURYA BHAN SINGH-M-54    BJP
—    4-DR.SANJAY SINGH-M-55    INC
—    5-ANIL-M-35    RPI(A)
—    6-CHOTELAL MAURYA-M-40    AD
—    7-MOHD.UMAR-M-42    PECP
—    8-RAKESH-M-25    NYP
—    9-RAJKUMAR PANDEY-M-36    RDMP
—    10-TRIVENI PRASAD BHEEM-M-52    BRPP
—    11-ARVIND KUMAR-M-46    IND
—    12-AWADHESH KUMAR-M-30    IND
—    13-KRISHNA NARAYAN-M-33    IND
—    14-JHINKURAM VISHWAKARMA-M-33    IND
—    15-PRAKASH CHANDRA-M-35    IND
—    16-HARI NARAYAN-M-70    IND
S24-39-UP-Pratapgarh    1-KUNWAR AKSHAYA PRATAP SINGH ‘GOPAL JI’-M-41    SP
—    2-RAJKUMARI RATNA SINGH-F-49    INC
—    3-LAKSHMI NARAIN PANDEY ‘GURU JI’-M-57    BJP
—    4-PROF. SHIVAKANT OJHA-M-57    BSP
—    5-ATIQ AHAMAD-M-46    AD
—    6-ARUN KUMAR-M-48    SJP(R)
—    7-A. RASHID ANSARI-M-54    MC
—    8-RAJESH-M-36    KKJHS
—    9-ATUL DWIVEDI-M-29    IND
—    10-UDHAV RAM-M-53    IND
—    11-CHHANGALAL-M-56    IND
—    12-JITENDRA PRATAP SINGH-M-40    IND
—    13-DINESH PANDEY ALIAS D.K. PANDEY-M-34    IND
—    14-BADRI PRASAD-M-48    IND
—    15-MUNEESHWAR SINGH-M-65    IND
—    16-RAMESH KUMAR-M-31    IND
—    17-RAVINDRA SINGH-M-33    IND
—    18-RANI PAL-F-58    IND
—    19-RAMMURTI MISHRA-M-36    IND
—    20-RAM SAMUJH-M-60    IND
—    21-VINOD-M-29    IND
—    22-SHIVRAM-M-51    IND
—    23-SATRAM-M-42    IND
S24-40-UP-Farrukhabad    1-CHANDRA BHUSHAN SINGH URF MUNNU BABU-M-65    SP
—    2-NARESH CHANDRA AGRAWAL-M-56    BSP
—    3-MITHLESH KUMARI-F-54    BJP
—    4-SALMAN KHURSHEED-M-56    INC
—    5-OM BABU-M-57    JPS
—    6-JAIVEER SINGH SHAKYA-M-31    BRPP
—    7-DALGANJAN SINGH YADAV-M-73    BRM
—    8-RAMSHARAN-M-62    BNRP
—    9-RISHIDUTT-M-36    ABHM
—    10-WAZID ALI-M-40    IJP
—    11-SWAMI SACHIDANAND HARI SAKSHI-M-53    RTKP
—    12-SUBODH GANGWAR-M-40    AD
—    13-RIYAZ AHMAD-M-61    IND
—    14-VINOD KUMAR-M-55    IND
—    15-VEENA KUREEL-F-54    IND
—    16-SURESH CHANDRA SARASWAT URF ELAICHI WALA-M-50    IND
S24-41-UP-Etawah    1-KAMLESH VERMA-F-40    BJP
—    2-GAURISHANKER-M-63    BSP
—    3-PREMDAS-M-49    SP
—    4-SHIV RAM DOHRE-M-68    MD
—    5-SANT KUMAR DOHRE-M-28    LD
—    6-SIYARAM-M-55    RBCP
—    7-ANVER SINGH-M-44    IND
—    8-K.P.D. SHYAMDAS-M-42    IND
—    9-GIREESH BHARTIYA-M-38    IND
—    10-JAISHANKAR-M-56    IND
—    11-RAMNARESH-M-35    IND
—    12-SHARMILA-F-43    IND
—    13-SATYA PRIYA MANAV-M-64    IND
S24-42-UP-Kannauj    1-AKHILESH YADAV-M-35    SP
—    2-DR. MAHESH CHANDRA VERMA-M-53    BSP
—    3-SUBRAT PATHAK-M-29    BJP
—    4-AJAB SINGH YADAV-M-30    ABAS
—    5-NARAYAN KUMAR-M-39    RDMP
—    6-BALRAM-M-29    BSP(K)
—    7-RAM KARAN KASHYAP-M-37    VAJP
—    8-RAM BABU TRIVEDI-M-62    BPD
—    9-RAM SWAROOP-M-70    JPS
—    10-VIJAY SINGH CHAUHAN-M-53    MD
—    11-PRADEEP-M-35    IND
—    12-RAM BABU-M-37    IND
—    13-LAL SINGH-M-40    IND
—    14-SHAHANSHAH KHAN-M-37    IND
—    15-SANJEEV-M-25    IND
—    16-SHRIKRISHNA SHAKYA-M-56    IND
S24-43-UP-Kanpur    1-SATISH MAHANA-M-48    BJP
—    2-SUKHDA MISHRA-F-67    BSP
—    3-SURENDRA MOHAN AGRAWAL-M-65    SP
—    4-SRI PRAKASH JAISWAL-M-64    INC
—    5-OMENDRA BHARAT-M-29    BPD
—    6-GUFRAN AHMED-M-49    RWSP
—    7-JAGDISH PRASAD-M-48    ABHM
—    8-MOTI LAL SHARMA-M-59    IJP
—    9-ANIL KUMAR JAIN-M-49    IND
—    10-AHAMED HUSSAIN-M-68    IND
—    11-GAYA PRASAD-M-55    IND
—    12-JAGESWAR DAYAL 1 VIKAL ORAI-M-49    IND
—    13-NISHA-F-38    IND
—    14-BADRI VISHAL PRAJAPATI-M-35    IND
—    15-MAHESH CHANDRA SHARMA-M-65    IND
—    16-MAYA KAUSHAL-F-55    IND
—    17-MOHAMMD ISHA-M-34    IND
—    18-V.N.AWASTHI-M-75    IND
S24-44-UP-Akbarpur    1-ANIL SHUKLA WARSI-M-52    BSP
—    2-ARUN KUMAR TIWARI BABA-M-47    BJP
—    3-KAMLESH KUMAR PATHAK-M-53    SP
—    4-RAJARAM PAL-M-48    INC
—    5-AMAR SINGH CHAUHAN-M-51    JPS
—    6-DR.A.K. GUPTA-M-58    RSMD
—    7-DAYA SHANKER-M-70    RSP
—    8-DHARMENDRA PRATAP SINGH-M-34    BPD
—    9-CHAUDHARY DHARMENDRA SINGH YADAV-M-35    RPI
—    10-BAIKUNTH NATH-M-63    JD(S)
—    11-RAM GOPAL-M-51    RAJUP
—    12-VIMAL SINGH BHADAURIA-M-27    ABAS
—    13-SATENDRA KUSHWAHA-M-53    RKSP
—    14-OMKAR-M-46    IND
—    15-MANJESH KUMAR-M-37    IND
—    16-RAM NATH VERMA-M-62    IND
—    17-VIRENDRA VISHWAKARMA-M-40    IND
S24-45-UP-Jalaun    1-GHANSYAM ANURAGI-M-35    SP
—    2-TILAK CHANDRA AHIRWAR-M-40    BSP
—    3-NATHURAM VERMA LOHIA-M-63    NCP
—    4-BHANU PRATAP SINGH VERMA-M-50    BJP
—    5-DR. BABU RAMADHIN AHIRWAR-M-58    INC
—    6-KASHIRAM-M-35    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-DASHRATH SINGH AHIRWAR-M-27    RDMP
—    8-PRATAP SINGH KATHARIYA-M-39    NELU
—    9-PRABHA VERMA-F-25    AD
—    10-BHAGGOOLAL VALMIKI-M-50    RSMD
—    11-SANJAY KUMAR-M-28    RAJUP
—    12-HUKUM-M-52    JPS
—    13-BHURI DEVI-F-54    IND
—    14-MEVALAL-M-61    IND
—    15-RAM JI-M-49    IND
—    16-VASHUDEV-M-31    IND
S24-46-UP-Jhansi    1-CHANDRPAL SINGH YADAV-M-50    SP
—    2-PRADEEP KUMAR JAIN ‘ADITYA’-M-47    INC
—    3-RAMESH KUMAR SHARMA-M-56    BSP
—    4-RAVINDRA SHUKLA-M-50    BJP
—    5-DEEPMALA KUSHWAHA-F-28    RTKP
—    6-BABU LAL NANGAL-M-65    LSVP
—    7-BALAK DAS-M-40    AD
—    8-MANMOHAN GUPTA-M-62    IJP
—    9-RAMDAS-M-50    BJTP
—    10-SUJAN SINGH BUNDELA-M-63    RSMD
—    11-ABDESH BHOOSHAN SRIVASTAVA-M-48    IND
—    12-KAMTA PRASAD RAJPUT-M-56    IND
—    13-JAGAT VIKRAM SINGH-M-39    IND
—    14-PANKAJ RAWAT-M-37    IND
—    15-PARWAT SINGH-M-42    IND
—    16-BAL KISHAN-M-37    IND
—    17-MATHURA PRASAD-M-59    IND
—    18-MAHENDRA-M-39    IND
S24-47-UP-Hamirpur    1-ASHOK KUMAR SINGH CHANDEL-M-49    SP
—    2-PREETAM SINGH LODHI “KISSAN”-M-39    BJP
—    3-VIJAY BAHADUR SINGH-M-65    BSP
—    4-SIDDHA GOPAL SAHU-M-43    INC
—    5-ANIL KUMAR-M-30    ASP
—    6-AMIT KUMAR-M-28    AD
—    7-KAPIL KUMAR-M-30    NLHP
—    8-KANTI-F-43    LD
—    9-GIRDHARILAL-M-70    NELU
—    10-SHIVPRASAD PRAJAPATI-M-33    IJP
—    11-HAKEEM KHAN-M-56    BAP
—    12-DESH RAJ-M-45    IND
—    13-NEERAJ KUMAR NIRALA-M-28    IND
—    14-PARMESHWAR DAYAL-M-60    IND
—    15-LALLA-M-46    IND
—    16-LALLU PRASAD-M-38    IND
S24-48-UP-Banda    1-AMITA BAJPAI-F-39    BJP
—    2-BHAGAWAN DEEN GARG-M-47    INC
—    3-BHAIRON PRASAD MISHRA-M-55    BSP
—    4-SANTOSH KUMAR-M-54    CPI
—    5-R. K. SINGH PATEL-M-49    SP
—    6-ASHOK KUMAR-M-40    IJP
—    7-ANAND YADAV-M-45    UCPI
—    8-PARASHU RAM NISHAD-M-45    AD
—    9-LALIT KUMAR-M-37    ASP
—    10-ANSH DHARI-M-29    IND
—    11-JAGAN NATH SINGH-M-62    IND
—    12-PRAKASH NARAYAN-M-32    IND
—    13-BALENDRA NATH-M-38    IND
—    14-MANOJ KUMAR-M-30    IND
—    15-SHIV KUMAR-M-43    IND
S24-49-UP-Fatehpur    1-JAGESHWAR PAL-M-58    NCP
—    2-MAHENDRA PRASAD NISHAD-M-37    BSP
—    3-RAKESH SACHAN-M-53    SP
—    4-RADHEY SHYAM GUPTA-M-69    BJP
—    5-VIBHAKAR SHASTRI-M-44    INC
—    6-AJEYA SINGH-M-52    JM
—    7-UDIT RAJ-M-51    IJP
—    8-MATIN-M-42    ANC
—    9-MUNNA SINGH-M-34    KKJHS
—    10-RAEES-M-33    PECP
—    11-VISHWASWAROOP MAURYA-M-57    ABAS
—    12-DR. SONEY LAL PATEL-M-59    AD
—    13-ANSHU MAN SINGH (ADVOCATE)-M-43    IND
—    14-JAGDEESH NARAIN SHARMA-M-39    IND
—    15-DILEEP VERMA-M-43    IND
—    16-NARSINGH PATEL-M-54    IND
—    17-MAHFAZUL HAK ALIAS RAJU KHAN-M-38    IND
—    18-HARISH CHANDRA SWARANKAR-M-40    IND
S24-50-UP-Kaushambi    1-GIRISH CHANDRA PASI-M-39    BSP
—    2-GAUTAM CHAUDHARY-M-44    BJP
—    3-RAM NIHOR RAKESH-M-64    INC
—    4-SHAILENDRA KUMAR-M-51    SP
—    5-UMESH CHANDRA PASI-M-40    AD
—    6-GULAB SONKAR-M-45    IJP
—    7-GULAB CHANDRA-M-39    IND
—    8-JAGDEO-M-53    IND
—    9-MAN SINGH-M-28    IND
—    10-RAM SARAN-M-56    IND
S24-51-UP-Phulpur    1-KAPIL MUNI KARWARIYA-M-42    BSP
—    2-KARAN SINGH PATEL-M-50    BJP
—    3-DHARMARAJ SINGH PATEL-M-50    INC
—    4-SHYAMA CHARAN GUPTA-M-63    SP
—    5-CHANDRAJEET-M-28    LD
—    6-DEVENDRA PRATAP SINGH-M-38    RDMP
—    7-PRADEEP KUMAR SRIVASTAVA-M-49    AD
—    8-LALLAN SINGH-M-35    RSBP
—    9-VIJAY KUMAR-M-56    GMS
—    10-SATISH YADAV-M-34    IJP
—    11-SANJEEV KUMAR MISHRA-M-30    YVP
—    12-KRISHNA KUMAR-M-33    IND
—    13-DR. NEERAJ-M-43    IND
—    14-BHARAT LAL-M-52    IND
—    15-DR. MILAN MUKHERJEE-M-67    IND
—    16-MUNISHWAR SINGH MAURYA-M-65    IND
—    17-RADHIKA PAL-F-34    IND
—    18-RADHESHYAM SINGH YADAV-M-72    IND
—    19-RAM JANM YADAV-M-31    IND
—    20-RAMSHANKAR-M-47    IND
—    21-VIRENDRA PAL SINGH-M-66    IND
—    22-SHAILENDRA KUMAR PRAJAPATI-M-40    IND
—    23-SAMAR BAHADUR SHARMA-M-40    IND
—    24-DR. SONE LAL PATEL-M-59    IND
S24-52-UP-Allahabad    1-ASHOK KUMAR BAJPAI-M-58    BSP
—    2-YOGESH SHUKLA-M-39    BJP
—    3-KUNWAR REWATI RAMAN SINGH ALIAS MANI JI-M-65    SP
—    4-SHYAM KRISHNA PANDEY-M-65    INC
—    5-OM PRAKASH-M-41    RMSP
—    6-GULAB GRAMEEN-M-47    LD
—    7-BIHARI LAL SHARMA-M-54    AD
—    8-BAIJAL KUMAR-M-48    BSP(K)
—    9-RAMA KANT-M-47    IJP
—    10-RAJESH PASI-M-32    RSBP
—    11-RAM PARIKHAN SINGH-M-59    JPS
—    12-VIJAY SHANKAR-M-45    BSA
—    13-SARFUDDIN-M-32    NELU
—    14-AKBAL MOHAMMD-M-34    IND
—    15-AJUG NARAIN-M-33    IND
—    16-ABHAY SRIVASTAVA-M-31    IND
—    17-KM. KUSUM KUMARI AD-F-45    IND
—    18-GOPAL SWROOP JOSHI-M-62    IND
—    19-NARENDRA KUMAR TEWARI-M-47    IND
—    20-BAJRANG DUTT-M-36    IND
—    21-MUNNU PRASAD-M-44    IND
—    22-RAVI PRAKASH-M-41    IND
—    23-RAKESH KUMAR-M-47    IND
—    24-RAJ BALI-M-51    IND
—    25-RAM GOVIND-M-46    IND
—    26-RAM JEET-M-38    IND
—    27-RAM LAL-M-46    IND
—    28-KM. SHASHI PANDEY-F-45    IND
—    29-DR. MOHD. SALMAN RASHIDI-M-57    IND
—    30-SADHNA AGARWAL-F-47    IND
—    31-HIRA LAL-M-54    IND
S24-53-UP-Barabanki    1-KAMALA PRASAD RAWAT-M-47    BSP
—    2-P.L.PUNIA-M-64    INC
—    3-RAM NARESH RAWAT-M-44    BJP
—    4-RAM SAGAR-M-62    SP
—    5-JEEVAN-M-26    JPS
—    6-DESHRAJ-M-49    BSRD
—    7-BABADEEN-M-49    BRPP
—    8-BHAGAUTI-M-54    AD
—    9-SANTRAM-M-40    NBNP
—    10-GAYA PRASAD-M-50    IND
—    11-DEPENDRA KUMAR RAWAT-M-25    IND
—    12-PREM CHANDRA ARYA-M-33    IND
—    13-RAM AUTAR-M-39    IND
—    14-LAJJAWATI KANCHAN-F-43    IND
—    15-MAHANT VISHRAM DAS-M-67    IND
S24-54-UP-Faizabad    1-NIRMAL KHATRI-M-58    INC
—    2-BIMLENDRA MOHAN PRATAP MISRA “PAPPU BHAIYA”-M-48    BSP
—    3-MITRASEN-M-76    SP
—    4-LALLU SINGH-M-54    BJP
—    5-AJAY KUMAR-M-25    KKJHS
—    6-ATUL KUMAR PANDEY-M-39    THPI
—    7-AMAR NATH JAISWAL-M-44    RTKP
—    8-GIRISH CHANDRA VERMA-M-32    AD
—    9-GULAM SABIR-M-42    NBNP
—    10-CHANDRASHEKHAR SINGH-M-36    BPD
—    11-NUSRAT QUDDUSI ALIAS BABLOO-M-41    PECP
—    12-MANISH KUMAR PANDEY-M-35    ABHM
—    13-SAIYYAD MUSHEER AHMED-M-55    AP
—    14-RAMESH KUMAR RAWAT-M-42    MADP
—    15-SUSHIL KUMAR-M-45    BLKD
—    16-ATAURR RAHMAN ANSARI-M-52    IND
—    17-AMARNATH VERMA-M-36    IND
—    18-DINA NATH PANDEY-M-35    IND
—    19-NASREEN BANO-F-38    IND
—    20-BALAK RAM ALIAS SHIV BALAK PASI-M-34    IND
—    21-RAM DHIRAJ-M-46    IND
—    22-SWAMI NATH-M-29    IND
—    23-SIYARAM KORI-M-50    IND
S24-55-UP-Ambedkar Nagar    1-RAKESH PANDEY-M-55    BSP
—    2-VINAY KATIYAR-M-49    BJP
—    3-SHANKHLAL MAJHI-M-54    SP
—    4-DINESH KUMAR RAJBHAR-M-33    SBSP
—    5-BASANT LAL-M-53    PECP
—    6-BAL MUKUND DHURIYA-M-31    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-BHARTHARI-M-44    BRPP
—    8-MANSHARAM-M-40    MADP
—    9-LALMAN-M-34    JPS
—    10-VIJAY KUMAR MAURYA-M-38    RASD
—    11-SANTOSH KUMAR-M-50    ABHM
—    12-IFTEKHAR AHMAD-M-37    IND
—    13-KAILASH KUMAR SHUKLA-M-60    IND
—    14-GAYADEEN-M-43    IND
—    15-CHANDRA BHUSHAN-M-61    IND
—    16-DEO PRASAD MISHRA-M-42    IND
—    17-NABAB ALI-M-55    IND
—    18-PARASHU RAM-M-49    IND
—    19-PATANJALI JAITALI-M-58    IND
—    20-RAM SUKH SAHOO-M-50    IND
—    21-DR. LAL BAHADUR-M-42    IND
—    22-SRIRAM AMBESH-M-61    IND
S24-56-UP-Bahraich    1-AKSHAYBAR LAL-M-63    BJP
—    2-KAMAL KISHOR-M-57    INC
—    3-LAL MANI PRASAD-M-55    BSP
—    4-SHABBEER AHMAD-M-50    SP
—    5-GOPAL-M-49    SBSP
—    6-TULSI RAM-M-41    RDMP
—    7-MANU DEVI-F-31    PECP
—    8-RAM CHHABEELE SUBHASH-M-44    BSRD
—    9-SATYA NARAIN-M-66    RPI(A)
—    10-HARENDRA KUMAR-M-31    JPS
—    11-HEERA LAL-M-59    ANC
—    12-MAIKOO LAL-M-63    IND
—    13-RAM SARAN-M-34    IND
S24-57-UP-Kaiserganj    1-MOHD ALEEM-M-46    INC
—    2-BRIJBHUSHAN SHARAN SINGH-M-52    SP
—    3-DR LALTA PRASAD MISHRA ALIAS DR L P MISHRA-M-59    BJP
—    4-SURENDRA NATH AWASTHI-M-53    BSP
—    5-ZAMEER AHMAD-M-53    ANC
—    6-DAYA RAM-M-41    PDFO
—    7-MANOJ KUMAR-M-33    LD
—    8-RAM PRAKSH-M-39    RPI(A)
—    9-RAMENDER DEV PATHAK-M-60    PECP
—    10-HAFEEZ-M-47    AD
—    11-ANOKHI LAL-M-49    IND
—    12-OM PRAKASH-M-35    IND
—    13-UDAI RAJ-M-52    IND
—    14-CHANDRA BHAN-M-42    IND
—    15-JAGDISH-M-40    IND
—    16-JAGDISH PRASAD-M-38    IND
—    17-JITENDRA BAHADUR-M-57    IND
—    18-PARAMHANS SINGH-M-33    IND
—    19-RAJ KISHOR SINGH-M-38    IND
—    20-RADHEYSHYAM BOAT-M-62    IND
—    21-RAMPHER ALIAS CHUNTI-M-59    IND
—    22-VINESH KUMAR-M-32    IND
—    23-VIMAL VERMA-M-30    IND
S24-58-UP-Shrawasti    1-RIZVAN ZAHEER-M-46    BSP
—    2-RUBAB SAIDA-F-58    SP
—    3-VINAY KUMAR ALIAS VINNU-M-45    INC
—    4-SATYA DEO SINGH-M-63    BJP
—    5-ARUN KUMAR-M-33    ANC
—    6-KULDEEP-M-44    SBSP
—    7-RAJESHWAR MISHRA-M-28    PECP
—    8-RAM ADHAR-M-62    RPI(A)
—    9-TEJ BAHADUR-M-32    IND
—    10-RAM SUDHI-M-38    IND
—    11-VINOD KUMAR PANDEY-M-27    IND
S24-59-UP-Gonda    1-DR ACHYUTA NAND DUBEY-M-64    NCP
—    2-KIRTI VARDHAN SINGH (RAJA BHAIYA)-M-43    BSP
—    3-BENI PRASAD VERMA-M-68    INC
—    4-RAM PRATAP SINGH-M-58    BJP
—    5-VINOD KUMAR SINGH ALIAS PANDIT SINGH-M-42    SP
—    6-ASHIQ ALI-M-46    PECP
—    7-OM PRAKASH SINGH-M-54    JPS
—    8-PREM KUMAR-M-26    SBSP
—    9-RAJENDRA PRASAD-M-55    ANC
—    10-RAM KEWAL-M-41    VAJP
—    11-RAM LOCHAN-M-46    ABHM
—    12-VIDYA SAGAR-M-36    AD
—    13-HARSH VARDHAN PANDEY-M-33    LD
—    14-AKHILENDRA KUMAR PATHAK-M-34    IND
—    15-ANURADHA PATEL-F-42    IND
—    16-OM PRAKASH-M-47    IND
—    17-GANGA DHAR SHUKLA-M-38    IND
—    18-DEEPAK-M-31    IND
—    19-NARENDRA SINGH-M-34    IND
—    20-BAIJNATH-M-30    IND
—    21-RAJENDRA PRASAD-M-28    IND
—    22-RADHEY SHYAM-M-59    IND
—    23-RAM PRASAD-M-61    IND
—    24-RAM LAKHAN-M-54    IND
—    25-SATYA PRAKASH-M-39    IND
S24-60-UP-Domariyaganj    1-JAGDAMBIKA PAL-M-59    INC
—    2-JAI PRATAP SINGH-M-55    BJP
—    3-MATA PRASAD PANDEY-M-72    SP
—    4-MOHD. MUQUEEM-M-59    BSP
—    5-INAMULLAH CHAUDHARY-M-66    PECP
—    6-JITENDRA PRATAP SINGH-M-46    RDMP
—    7-PINGAL PRASAD-M-41    RPI
—    8-BALKRISHNA-M-39    BSP(K)
—    9-MUKHDEV-M-41    SBSP
—    10-RAJDEV-M-35    BEP
—    11-RAM SAMUJH-M-41    BJBCD
—    12-RAHUL SANGH PRIYA BHARTI-M-36    IJP
—    13-HARISHANKAR-M-45    LJP
—    14-MOTILAL VIDHYARTHI-M-59    IND
—    15-RAM KRIPAL-M-58    IND
—    16-SIRAJ AHAMAD-M-26    IND
S24-61-UP-Basti    1-ARVIND KUMAR CHAUDHARY-M-43    BSP
—    2-BASANT CHAUDHARY-M-43    INC
—    3-RAJ KISHOR SINGH-M-38    SP
—    4-DR. Y. D. SINGH-M-64    BJP
—    5-OM PRAKASH-M-40    VAJP
—    6-DAYASHANKAR PATWA-M-57    PECP
—    7-DALBAG SINGH-M-50    BSP(K)
—    8-RAM NAYAN PATEL-M-49    AD
—    9-VINOD KUMAR RAJBHAR-M-33    SBSP
—    10-SHIVDAS-M-50    SSD
—    11-SANJEEV KUMAR NISHAD-M-27    BUM
—    12-SITARAM NISHAD-M-63    JPS
—    13-RAM LALAN YADAV-M-36    IND
—    14-SHIV POOJAN ARYA-M-52    IND
—    15-SATYADEV OJHA-M-70    IND
—    16-SATISH CHANDRA SHARMA-M-40    IND
S24-62-UP-Sant kabir Nagar    1-KAMLA KANT CHAUDHARY-M-41    CPI
—    2-FAZLEY MAHAMOOD-M-41    INC
—    3-BHAL CHANDRA YADAV-M-42    SP
—    4-BHISMA SHANKAR ALIAS KUSHAL TIWARI-M-44    BSP
—    5-SHARAD TRIPATHI-M-35    BJP
—    6-INDRA KUMAR-M-37    BUM
—    7-KRISHNA NAND MISHRA-M-38    AIMF
—    8-KHELADI-M-35    BRPP
—    9-JANTRI LAL-M-37    JPS
—    10-PANCHOO BELDAR-M-48    ASP
—    11-RAJESH SINGH-M-37    PECP
—    12-RAM ACHAL-M-34    MADP
—    13-RAM AVADH NISHAD-M-62    SBSP
—    14-LOTAN ALIAS LAUTAN PRASAD-M-47    SSD
—    15-VINOD RAI-M-38    NLHP
—    16-ANJU-F-28    IND
—    17-JOOGESH YADAV-M-35    IND
—    18-NITYANAND MANI TRIPATHI-M-35    IND
—    19-PHOOLDEO-M-49    IND
—    20-RAMESH-M-26    IND
—    21-VINAY PANDEY-M-31    IND
—    22-SHRI BABA RAM CHANDRA-M-52    IND
—    23-SUSHILA JIGYASU-F-29    IND
—    24-HARISH CHANDRA-M-32    IND
S24-63-UP-Maharajganj    1-AJEET MANI-M-41    SP
—    2-GANESH SHANKER PANDEY-M-51    BSP
—    3-PANKAJ CHAUDHARY-M-38    BJP
—    4-HARSH VARDHAN-M-61    INC
—    5-ABDWURRUF ANSARI-M-45    NLHP
—    6-PAWAN KUMAR-M-39    RPI(A)
—    7-RAM KISHUN NISHAD-M-52    SBSP
—    8-SATYA NARAYAN URF SATNARAYAN-M-58    BEP
—    9-OMPRAKASH CHATURVEDI-M-63    IND
—    10-DILIP KUMAR-M-28    IND
—    11-RAM NIVAS-M-37    IND
—    12-LAL BIHARI-M-42    IND
—    13-CHAUDHARY SANJAY SINGH PATEL-M-29    IND
—    14-SHYAM SUNDER DAS CHAURASIA-M-28    IND
—    15-HANUMAN-M-51    IND
S24-64-UP-Gorakhpur    1-ADITYANATH-M-36    BJP
—    2-MANOJ TIWARI MRIDUL-M-39    SP
—    3-LALCHAND NISHAD-M-67    INC
—    4-VINAY SHANKAR TIWARI-M-41    BSP
—    5-AMAN-M-35    ASP
—    6-JOKHAN PRASAD-M-46    EKSP
—    7-DAYASHANKAR NISHAD-M-38    AD
—    8-RAJBAHADUR-M-28    IJP
—    9-RAJMANI-M-46    BEP
—    10-RAJESH SAHANI-M-44    CPI(ML)(L)
—    11-SRINATH-M-29    SBSP
—    12-AJAY KUMAR-M-40    IND
—    13-AWADHESH SINGH-M-32    IND
—    14-OMPRAKASH SINGH-M-43    IND
—    15-GOVIND-M-43    IND
—    16-CHHEDILAL-M-59    IND
—    17-NIRANJAN PRASAD-M-35    IND
—    18-NEERAJ YADAV-M-31    IND
—    19-DR. BRIJESH MANI TRIPATHI-M-44    IND
—    20-MANOJ TIWARI-M-30    IND
—    21-RAKESH KUMAR-M-38    IND
—    22-RAJAN YADAV M.B.A.-M-31    IND
—    23-RAMHIT NISHAD-M-53    IND
—    24-LAL BAHADUR-M-68    IND
—    25-VINOD SHUKLA-M-29    IND
—    26-HARISHCHANDRA-M-42    IND
S24-65-UP-Kushi Nagar    1-BRAMHA SHANKER-M-56    SP
—    2-KU. RATANJEET PRATAP NARAYAN SINGH-M-45    INC
—    3-VIJAY DUBEY-M-41    BJP
—    4-SWAMI PRASAD MAURYA-M-54    BSP
—    5-ANIL-M-43    RPI(A)
—    6-KISHOR KUMAR-M-40    IPP
—    7-K KUMAR-M-56    PRBD
—    8-JANGI-M-55    SBSP
—    9-DHEERAJ SHEKHAR SHRIWASTAWA-M-49    RALOP
—    10-BABU LAL-M-40    BRPP
—    11-MATIULLAH-M-43    NLHP
—    12-MADAN LAL-M-46    MADP
—    13-AMEERUDDIN-M-31    IND
—    14-JAGDISH-M-57    IND
—    15-JAI GOVIND-M-35    IND
—    16-DAROGA-M-37    IND
—    17-RAMESH-M-35    IND
—    18-RAM BRIKSH-M-54    IND
S24-66-UP-Deoria    1-GORAKH PRASAD JAISWAL-M-72    BSP
—    2-BALESHWAR YADAV-M-55    INC
—    3-MOHAN SINGH-M-58    SP
—    4-SHRI PRAKASH MANI TRIPATHI-M-64    BJP
—    5-GANGA PRASAD KUSHWAHA-M-70    PRBD
—    6-JAGDISH KUMAR VERMA-M-36    LPSP
—    7-DHARMENDRA KUMAR-M-33    SBSP
—    8-MOTI LAL KUSHWAHA SHASTRI-M-59    RSMD
—    9-SAFAYAT ALI-M-51    PECP
—    10-SARITA-F-27    ASP
—    11-RAM KISHOR YADAV ALIAS VIDHAYAK-M-51    IND
—    12-VIJAY JUAATHA-M-42    IND
S24-67-UP-Bansgaon    1-KAMLESH PASWAN-M-33    BJP
—    2-MAHA BEER PRASAD-M-66    INC
—    3-SHARADA DEVI-F-59    SP
—    4-SHREE NATH JI-M-58    BSP
—    5-CHANDRIKA-M-29    RJPK
—    6-RAMA SHANKER-M-37    PECP
—    7-RAM PRAVESH PRASAD-M-37    EKSP
—    8-HARILAL-M-32    BUM
—    9-KU. KUNJAWATI-F-36    IND
—    10-MANOJ KUMAR-M-29    IND
—    11-RADHEYSHYAM-M-35    IND
—    12-RAMKAWAL-M-56    IND
—    13-RAMSAKAL-M-32    IND
—    14-RAMA PASWAN-M-33    IND
—    15-VINAI KUMAR-M-33    IND
S24-68-UP-Lalganj    1-DAROGA PRASAD SAROJ-M-60    SP
—    2-NEELAM SONKAR-F-33    BJP
—    3-DR. BALIRAM-M-56    BSP
—    4-HAREE PRASAD SONKER-M-50    CPI
—    5-MANBHAWAN-M-32    BRPP
—    6-RAM DAYAL ALIAS MOHAN-M-32    SBSP
—    7-ACHCHHELAL-M-42    IND
—    8-URMILA DEVI-F-27    IND
—    9-CHANDRA RAM ALIAS CHANDU SAROJ-M-36    IND
—    10-DHARMRAJ-M-55    IND
—    11-SUKHNAYAN-M-29    IND
S24-69-UP-Azamgarh    1-AKBAR AHMAD DUMPY-M-57    BSP
—    2-ARUN KUMAR SINGH-M-63    CPM
—    3-DURGA PRASAD YADAV-M-56    SP
—    4-RAMAKANT YADAV-M-49    BJP
—    5-SANTOSH KUMAR SINGH-M-49    INC
—    6-JAI JAI RAM PRAJAPATI-M-36    LPSP
—    7-RAM BHAROS-M-34    BUM
—    8-VINOD-M-33    JPS
—    9-USMANA FARUQEE-F-27    IND
—    10-KEDAR NATH GIRI-M-49    IND
—    11-KHAIRUL BASHAR-M-56    IND
—    12-DR. JAVED AKHTAR-M-54    IND
—    13-DAAN BAHADUR YADAV-M-54    IND
—    14-YADUNATH-M-31    IND
—    15-RAM UJAGIR-M-45    IND
—    16-RAM SINGH-M-35    IND
S24-70-UP-Ghosi    1-ATUL KUMAR SINGH ANJAN-M-55    CPI
—    2-ARSHAD JAMAL ANSARI-M-43    SP
—    3-DARA SINGH CHAUHAN-M-50    BSP
—    4-RAM IQBAL-M-49    BJP
—    5-SUDHA RAI-F-54    INC
—    6-AKHILESH-M-43    JPS
—    7-KAILASH YADAV-M-46    PECP
—    8-RAMESH ALIAS RAJU SINGH-M-41    SBSP
—    9-RAM BADAN KAUL-M-60    BSA
—    10-LALJI RAJBHAR-M-44    BSD
—    11-HARISH CHANDRA-M-62    RJPK
—    12-ASHOK KUMAR-M-27    IND
—    13-ZAKIR HUSSAIN-M-45    IND
—    14-PALAKDHARI-M-41    IND
—    15-RAKESH-M-34    IND
—    16-SUJIT KUMAR-M-34    IND
S24-71-UP-Salempur    1-DR. BHOLA PANDEY-M-55    INC
—    2-RAMASHANKAR RAJBHAR-M-48    BSP
—    3-HARIKEWAL-M-71    SP
—    4-IZHAR-M-48    PECP
—    5-ZUBAIR-M-39    NELU
—    6-JANG BAHADUR-M-50    BSD
—    7-FATE BAHADUR-M-35    SBSP
—    8-RAVISHANKAR SINGH “PAPPU”-M-38    JD(U)
—    9-RAMCHARAN-M-72    PDF
—    10-RAMDAYAL-M-57    JPS
—    11-RAMNAWAMI YADAV-M-37    SWJP
—    12-RAMASHRAY CHAUHAN-M-55    MOP
—    13-SRIRAM-M-50    CPI(ML)(L)
—    14-HARISHCHAND-M-48    EKSP
—    15-AMEER-M-53    IND
—    16-PARASURAM-M-56    IND
—    17-FULENDRA-M-40    IND
—    18-MAN JI-M-50    IND
—    19-MAHESH-M-70    IND
—    20-RAJENDRA ALIAS RAJAN-M-33    IND
—    21-VINDHACHAL-M-44    IND
—    22-SHAILENDRA-M-36    IND
—    23-SATISH-M-37    IND
—    24-SARVDAMAN-M-26    IND
—    25-SANJAY-M-36    IND
S24-72-UP-Ballia    1-NEERAJ SHEKHAR-M-40    SP
—    2-MANOJ SINHA-M-50    BJP
—    3-SANGRAM SINGH YADAV-M-48    BSP
—    4-ARVIND KUMAR GOND-M-30    GGP
—    5-KANHAIYA PRAJAPATI-M-44    RSMD
—    6-NARAYAN RAJBHAR-M-32    BSD
—    7-RAJESH-M-40    JPS
—    8-RAMSAKAL-M-48    SBSP
—    9-ANANT-M-36    IND
—    10-GANGADYAL-M-48    IND
—    11-DIWAKAR-M-38    IND
—    12-RAMJI-M-49    IND
—    13-LALBABU-M-36    IND
—    14-SHESHNATH-M-40    IND
—    15-SHANKER RAM RAWAT-M-43    IND
—    16-HARIHAR-M-73    IND
S24-73-UP-Jaunpur    1-DHANANJAY SINGH-M-33    BSP
—    2-PARAS NATH YADAVA-M-54    SP
—    3-SEEMA-F-37    BJP
—    4-ACHHEYLAL NISHAD-M-61    NELU
—    5-GIRAJA SHANKAR YADAVA-M-49    GGP
—    6-GEETA SINGH-F-46    RDMP
—    7-BAHADUR SONKAR-M-48    IJP
—    8-RAVI SHANKAR-M-38    LJP
—    9-RAJKISHUN-M-26    RSBP
—    10-RAJESH S/O RAMESHCHANDRA-M-30    AD
—    11-RAJESH S/O RAMYAGYA-M-32    EKSP
—    12-RAMCHANDAR-M-52    RASD
—    13-SHEETALA PRASAD-M-51    RSP
—    14-AJAY KASYAP – GUDDU-M-26    IND
—    15-JAGDISH CHANDRA ASTHANA-M-62    IND
—    16-TASLEEM AHMED REHMANI-M-45    IND
S24-74-UP-Machhlishahr    1-KAMLA KANT GAUTAM (K.K. GAUTAM)-M-66    BSP
—    2-TUFANI SAROJ-M-48    SP
—    3-RAJ BAHADUR-M-66    INC
—    4-VIDYASAGAR SONKER-M-48    BJP
—    5-KRISHNA SEWAK SONKER-M-48    JPS
—    6-RAM CHARITRA-M-41    AD
—    7-VIJAYEE RAM-M-38    ASP
—    8-SHEOMURAT RAM-M-71    GGP
—    9-SUKHRAJ DINKAR-M-51    RSBP
—    10-SUSHMA-F-29    RAD
—    11-DINESH KUMAR-M-31    IND
—    12-BALJIT-M-59    IND
—    13-RAM DAWAR GAUTAM-M-41    IND
—    14-VINOD KUMAR-M-40    IND
—    15-SHYAM BIHARI KANNAUJIYA-M-39    IND
—    16-SOHAN-M-46    IND
S24-75-UP-Ghazipur    1-AFZAL ANSARI-M-55    BSP
—    2-PRABHUNATH-M-48    BJP
—    3-RADHEY MOHAN SINGH-M-43    SP
—    4-SURAJ RAM BAGI-M-52    CPI
—    5-ISHWARI PRASAD KUSHAWAHA-M-48    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-DINESH-M-42    RSMD
—    7-NANDLAL-M-67    ASP
—    8-SHYAM NARAYAN-M-54    RASD
—    9-SATISH SHANKAR JAISAWAL-M-28    NLHP
—    10-SARAJU-M-67    LD
—    11-SURENDRA-M-43    JPS
—    12-ANIL-M-32    IND
—    13-ASHOK (DR.ASHOK KUMAR SRIVASTAVA)-M-54    IND
—    14-BRAJENDRA NATH URF BIJENDRA-M-66    IND
—    15-RAJESH-M-37    IND
S24-76-UP-Chandauli    1-KAILASH NATH SINGH YADAV-M-46    BSP
—    2-JAWAHAR LAL JAISAWAL-M-51    BJP
—    3-RAMKISHUN-M-49    SP
—    4-SHAILENDRA KUMAR-M-40    INC
—    5-CHANDRASHEKHAR-M-34    RPI
—    6-JAWAHIR-M-48    PMSP
—    7-JOKHU-M-45    PDFO
—    8-TULASI-M-42    SBSP
—    9-RAJNATH-M-35    BRPP
—    10-RAJESH SINGH-M-27    KKJHS
—    11-RAMAWATAR SHARMA ADVOCATE-M-38    MADP
—    12-RAMSEWAK YADAV-M-46    RLP
—    13-LALLAN-M-49    IJP
—    14-SURENDRA PRATAP-M-36    JBSP
—    15-DEVAROO-M-40    IND
—    16-MUNNI LAL-M-66    IND
—    17-SURAFARAJ AHMAD-M-29    IND
—    18-HARI LAL-M-52    IND
S24-77-UP-Varanasi    1-AJAY RAI-M-36    SP
—    2-MUKHTAR ANSARI-M-49    BSP
—    3-DR. MURLI MANOHAR JOSHI-M-73    BJP
—    4-DR. RAJESH KUMAR MISHRA-M-48    INC
—    5-AWADHESH KUMAR KUSHWAHA-M-43    RSMD
—    6-USHA SINGH-F-45    RAD
—    7-KISHUN LAL-M-59    IJP
—    8-VIJAY PRAKASH JAISWAL-M-43    AD
—    9-ER. SHYAM LAL VISHWAKARMA-M-61    MADP
—    10-ANAND KUMAR AMBASTHA-M-36    IND
—    11-NARENDRA NATH DUBEY ADIG-M-36    IND
—    12-PARVEZ QUADIR KHAN-M-38    IND
—    13-PUSHP RAJ SAHU-M-47    IND
—    14-RAJESH BHARTI-M-33    IND
—    15-SATYA PRAKASH SRIVASTAVA-M-37    IND
S24-78-UP-Bhadohi    1-DR. AKHILESH KUMAR DWIVEDI-M-41    NCP
—    2-GORAKHNATH-M-56    BSP
—    3-CHHOTELAL BIND-M-53    SP
—    4-DR. MAHENDRA NATH PANDEY-M-52    BJP
—    5-SURYMANI TIWARI-M-60    INC
—    6-JAJ LAL-M-47    RKSP
—    7-NANDLAL-M-56    VP
—    8-RAMRATEE BIND-M-74    AD
—    9-THAKUR SANTOSH KUMAR-M-27    RDMP
—    10-SHAHID-M-42    PMSP
—    11-GAURISHANKAR-M-38    IND
—    12-JEETENDRA-M-30    IND
—    13-TEJ BAHADUR YADAV ADVOCATE-M-56    IND
S24-79-UP-Mirzapur    1-ANIL KUMAR MAURYA-M-37    BSP
—    2-ANURAG SINGH-M-42    BJP
—    3-BAL KUMAR PATEL-M-48    SP
—    4-RAMESH DUBEY-M-66    INC
—    5-AJAY SHANKER-M-33    GMS
—    6-KAILASH-M-48    BSA
—    7-KHELADI-M-58    GGP
—    8-JAGDISH-M-49    AD
—    9-PREM CHAND-M-45    PMSP
—    10-RADHE SHYAM-M-58    BRPP
—    11-LALJI-M-48    RAD
—    12-LALTI DEVI-F-54    VP
—    13-SHANKAR-M-38    CPI(ML)(L)
—    14-SHYAM LAL-M-41    EKSP
—    15-MOHD. SAGIR-M-41    NLP
—    16-TRILOK NATH VERMA-M-61    IJP
—    17-ANOOP KUMAR-M-34    IND
—    18-KRISHNA CHAND-M-40    IND
—    19-KRISHNA CHAND SHUKLA-M-40    IND
—    20-CHHABEELE-M-41    IND
—    21-DANGAR-M-52    IND
—    22-DULARI-F-61    IND
—    23-MANIK CHAND-M-37    IND
—    24-MUNNA LAL-M-34    IND
—    25-RAM GOPAL-M-53    IND
—    26-RAM RAJ-M-37    IND
—    27-HANS KUMAR-M-37    IND
S24-80-UP-Robertsganj    1-PAKAURI LAL-M-57    SP
—    2-RAM ADHAR JOSEPH-M-43    INC
—    3-RAM CHANDRA TYAGI-M-54    BSP
—    4-RAM SHAKAL-M-47    BJP
—    5-GULAB-M-31    PDFO
—    6-CHANDRA SHEKHAR-M-34    JPS
—    7-MUNNI DEVI-F-42    RSMD
—    8-RAMESH KUMAR-M-31    AD
—    9-SHRAWAN KUMAR-M-41    RWS
—    10-RAMBRIKSHA-M-39    IND
S25-1-WB-Cooch behar    1-ARGHYA ROY PRADHAN-M-37    AITC
—    2-NIRANJAN BARMAN-M-42    BSP
—    3-NRIPENDRA NATH ROY-M-49    AIFB
—    4-BHABENDRA NATH BARMAN-M-61    BJP
—    5-DALENDRA ROY-M-50    AMB
—    6-HAREKRISHNA SARKAR-M-37    RPI
—    7-KRISHNA KANTA BARMAN-M-29    IND
—    8-NUBASH BARMAN-M-46    IND
—    9-BANGSHI BADAN BARMAN-M-41    IND
—    10-HITENDRA DAS-M-54    IND
S25-2-WB-Alipurduars    1-ELIAS NARJINARY-M-56    BSP
—    2-PABAN KUMAR LAKRA-M-56    AITC
—    3-MANOJ TIGGA-M-36    BJP
—    4-MANOHAR TIRKEY-M-54    RSP
—    5-BILKAN BARA-M-62    SWJP
—    6-KAMAL LAMA-M-49    IND
—    7-JOACHIM BAXLA-M-55    IND
—    8-THADDEUS LAKRA-M-60    IND
—    9-PAULDEXION KHARIYA-M-55    IND
S25-3-WB-Jalpaiguri    1-DWIPENDRA NATH PRAMANIK-M-37    BJP
—    2-DR. DHIRENDRA NATH DAS-M-47    NCP
—    3-BARMA SUKHBILAS-M-64    INC
—    4-MAHENDRA KUMAR ROY-M-54    CPM
—    5-SANTI KUMAR SARKAR-M-50    BSP
—    6-PABITRA MOITRA-M-58    AMB
—    7-SATYEN PRASAD ROY-M-46    SWJP
—    8-CHINMAY SARKAR-M-30    IND
—    9-PRITHWIRAJ ROY-M-36    IND
—    10-HARI BHAKTA SARDAR-M-54    IND
S25-4-WB-Darjeeling    1-JASWANT SINGH-M-70    BJP
—    2-JIBESH SARKAR-M-55    CPM
—    3-DAWA NARBULA-M-73    INC
—    4-HARIDAS THAKUR-M-62    BSP
—    5-ABHIJIT MAJUMDAR-M-48    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-NIRANJAN SAHA-M-50    AMB
—    7-BAIDYANATH ROY-M-55    IPFB
—    8-ARUN KUMAR AGARWAL-M-48    IND
—    9-NITU JAI-M-35    IND
—    10-RAM GANESH BARAIK-M-44    IND
S25-5-WB-Raiganj    1-AKHIL RANJAN MONDAL-M-62    BSP
—    2-GOPESH CHANDRA SARKAR-M-66    BJP
—    3-DEEPA DASMUNSI-F-48    INC
—    4-BIRESWAR LAHIRI-M-61    CPM
—    5-FAIZ RAHAMAN-M-45    RDMP
—    6-MATIUR RAHMAN-M-49    JD(U)
—    7-SULEMAN HAFIJI-M-51    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-ANIL BISWAS-M-49    IND
—    9-ABDUL KARIM CHOWDHARY-M-62    IND
—    10-UPENDRA NATH DAS-M-47    IND
—    11-NACHHIR ALI PRAMANIK-M-64    IND
—    12-MANAS JANA-M-36    IND
S25-6-WB-Balurghat    1-GOBINDA HANSDA-M-47    BSP
—    2-PRASANTA KUMAR MAJUMDAR-M-68    RSP
—    3-BIPLAB MITRA-M-57    AITC
—    4-SUBHASH CHANDRA BARMAN-M-50    BJP
—    5-GHOSH MRIDUL-M-30    AUDF
—    6-CHAMRU ORAM-M-52    JMM
—    7-PRAHALLAD BARMAN-M-32    IND
—    8-SAMU SOREN-M-48    IND
S25-7-WB-Maldaha Uttar    1-AMLAN BHADURI-M-35    BJP
—    2-BIKASH BISWAS-M-54    BSP
—    3-MAUSAM NOOR-F-27    INC
—    4-SAILEN SARKAR-M-68    CPM
—    5-MONOWARA BEGAM-F-39    RDMP
—    6-ATUL CHANDRA MANDAL-M-39    IND
—    7-ASIM KUMAR CHOWDHURY-M-47    IND
—    8-AMINA KHATUN-F-29    IND
—    9-MALLIKA SARKAR (NANDY)-F-50    IND
S25-8-WB-Maldaha Dakshin    1-ABU HASEM KHAN CHOUDHURY-M-65    INC
—    2-ABDUR RAZZAQUE-M-60    CPM
—    3-DIPAK KUMAR CHOWDHURY-M-47    BJP
—    4-DR. BHARAT CHANDRA MANDAL-M-52    BSP
—    5-MD. EJARUDDIN-M-74    MUL
—    6-MANJUR ALAHI MUNSHI-M-42    IND
—    7-MD. KAMAL BASIRUJJAMAN-M-32    IND
—    8-RUSTAM ALI-M-39    IND
—    9-SHYAMAL DAS-M-38    IND
S25-9-WB-Jangipur    1-DEBASHISH MAJUMDAR-M-52    BJP
—    2-PRANAB MUKHERJEE-M-72    INC
—    3-MRIGANKA SEKHAR BHATTACHARYA-M-61    CPM
—    4-ZAMIRUL HASSAN-M-59    AUDF
—    5-TAPAS SAHA-M-35    IND
S25-10-WB-Baharampur    1-ADHIR RANJAN CHOWDHURY-M-53    INC
—    2-KUSHADHWAJ BALA(KUSH BALA)-M-35    BSP
—    3-PRAMOTHES MUKHERJEE-M-63    RSP
—    4-BIDYUT KUMAR HALDER-M-51    BJP
—    5-ASHOKE KUMAR SINGHA-M-55    SP
—    6-GHOSH BABU SAW-M-40    RPI(A)
—    7-RABINDRA NATH ROY-M-52    RDMP
—    8-BAIDYA NATH MONDAL-M-51    IND
S25-11-WB-Murshidabad    1-ANISUR RAHAMAN SARKAR-M-57    CPM
—    2-ABDUL MANNAN HOSSAIN-M-56    INC
—    3-CHITTA RANJAN MONDAL-M-32    BSP
—    4-NIRMAL KUMAR SAHA-M-41    BJP
—    5-JAFORULLA MOLLA-M-54    AUDF
—    6-MD. SAHAZAMAL-M-44    SP
—    7-ALAM MEHDI-M-43    IND
—    8-KHADIJA BANU-F-54    IND
—    9-CHANDAN KR. MONDAL-M-43    IND
—    10-SANTWANA HALDER (SAHA)-F-32    IND
—    11-DR.SUKUMAR GHOSH-M-53    IND
S25-12-WB-Krishnanagar    1-JYOTIRMOYEE SIKDAR-F-39    CPM
—    2-TAPAS PAUL-M-51    AITC
—    3-DEBABRATA MAJUMDER-M-36    BSP
—    4-SATYA BRATA MOOKHERJEE-M-67    BJP
—    5-SK. DAULAT HOSSAIN-M-52    NCP
—    6-JAYASRI CHAKRABARTY-F-51    SP
—    7-MD. NIAMATULLAH MOLLICK-M-57    AUDF
—    8-SHAHJAHAN MALLIK-M-53    MUL
—    9-SUBIMAL SENGUPTA-M-50    CPI(ML)(L)
S25-13-WB-Ranaghat    1-BASUDEB BARMAN-M-73    CPM
—    2-SATISH CHANDRA BISWAS-M-64    BSP
—    3-SUKALYAN RAY-M-59    BJP
—    4-SUCHARU RANJAN HALDAR-M-69    AITC
—    5-NADIAR CHAND MONDAL-M-54    IND
—    6-MANMATHA BISWAS-M-49    IND
S25-14-WB-Bangaon    1-ASIM BALA-M-67    CPM
—    2-KRISHNAPADA MAJUMDER-M-57    BJP
—    3-GOBINDA CHANDRA NASKAR-M-67    AITC
—    4-PRANITA ROY-F-48    BSP
—    5-PROBIR KUMAR SARKAR-M-46    LJP
—    6-SUKRITI RANJAN BISWAS-M-54    RPI(A)
—    7-NISHIKANTA BISWAS-M-65    IND
S25-15-WB-Barrackpore    1-ASHOK SONKAR-M-53    BSP
—    2-TARIT BARAN TOPDAR-M-67    CPM
—    3-DINESH TRIVEDI-M-58    AITC
—    4-PRABHAKAR TEWARI-M-57    BJP
—    5-SUBRATA SENGUPTA-M-43    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-GOPAL ROUT-M-40    IND
—    7-DINESH KUMAR SHARMA-M-40    IND
—    8-DHARMENDRA SINGH-M-36    IND
—    9-BINOD KUMAR SINGH-M-43    IND
—    10-RABI SHANKAR PAUL-M-43    IND
S25-16-WB-Dum dum    1-AMITAVA NANDY-M-66    CPM
—    2-TAPAN SIKDAR-M-64    BJP
—    3-DULAL CHANDRA DAS-M-67    BSP
—    4-SAUGATA RAY-M-61    AITC
—    5-SANATAN RAY CHAUDHURI-M-39    LJP
—    6-SUNIL PAL-M-50    IND
S25-17-WB-Barasat    1-ARUN KUMAR BISWAS-M-66    BSP
—    2-BRATIN SENGUPTA-M-43    BJP
—    3-KAKALI GHOSH DASTIDAR-F-49    AITC
—    4-SUDIN CHATTOPADHYAY-M-67    AIFB
—    5-WALIUR RAHAMAN-M-59    MUL
—    6-BHASKAR GHOSH-M-56    AUDF
—    7-KUMARI KAMALA DAS-F-40    IND
—    8-SUBRATA BOSE-M-41    IND
S25-18-WB-Basirhat    1-AJAY CHAKRABORTY-M-65    CPI
—    2-JIAUL HAQUE-M-37    BSP
—    3-SK. NURUL ISLAM-M-46    AITC
—    4-SWAPAN KUMAR DAS-M-47    BJP
—    5-CHHALAUDDIN MOLLA-M-42    LJP
—    6-SIDDIQULLAH CHOWDHURY-M-59    AUDF
—    7-SALIM MAKKAR-M-50    MUL
—    8-RANJIT GAIN-M-64    IND
S25-19-WB-Joynagar    1-ARABINDA HALDER-M-66    BSP
—    2-NIMAI BARMAN-M-53    RSP
—    3-NIRODE CHANDRA HALDER-M-61    BJP
—    4-TARANGA MONDAL-M-74    AUDF
—    5-TAPAS TARAFDAR-M-28    RDMP
—    6-DR. TARUN MONDAL-M-50    IND
—    7-SHANKAR HALDAR-M-49    IND
—    8-SHYAMAL NASKAR-M-43    IND
S25-20-WB-Mathurapur    1-ANIMESH NASKAR-M-34    CPM
—    2-CHOUDHURY MOHAN JATUA-M-71    AITC
—    3-BINAY KUMAR BISWAS-M-44    BJP
—    4-SACHINDRA NATH NASKAR-M-67    BSP
—    5-PRADIP MANDAL-M-35    RDMP
—    6-PRANAB KUMAR JATUA-M-46    IND
—    7-BIRESH CHANDRA MANDAL-M-59    IND
S25-21-WB-Diamond harbour    1-ABHIJIT DAS-M-39    BJP
—    2-R.N. CHAUDHURY-M-68    BSP
—    3-SAMIK LAHIRI-M-42    CPM
—    4-SOMENDRA NATH MITRA-M-68    AITC
—    5-HARUNAL RASHID KAJI-M-54    NCP
—    6-SHYAMAL MONDAL-M-65    ABP
—    7-SK NASIRUDDIN-M-39    SP
—    8-DEBAJYOTI SENGUPTA-M-46    IND
—    9-BECHU MONDAL-M-60    IND
—    10-MAINUDDIN CHISTY-M-51    IND
S25-22-WB-Jadavpur    1-KABIR SUMAN-M-59    AITC
—    2-SANAT BHATTACHARYA-M-62    BJP
—    3-SANDHAYA MONDAL-F-54    BSP
—    4-SUJAN CHAKRABORTY-M-50    CPM
—    5-PINTU SANPUI-M-35    BSP(K)
—    6-SAIFUDDIN CHOUDHURY-M-57    PDS
—    7-KAMALESH DAS-M-32    IND
—    8-TUSHAR KANTI DAS-M-53    IND
—    9-FAKIR MAHAMMAD LASKAR-M-69    IND
—    10-RAMA BOSE-F-47    IND
S25-23-WB-Kolkata Dakshin    1-JYOTSNA BANERJEE-F-58    BJP
—    2-MAMATA BANERJEE-F-54    AITC
—    3-PARESH CHANDRA ROY-M-60    BSP
—    4-RABIN DEB-M-60    CPM
—    5-ASIF MD-M-36    MUL
—    6-LEELA HANS-F-46    IJP
—    7-ARUN BISWAS-M-78    IND
—    8-BARNALI MUKHOPADHYAY-F-36    IND
—    9-JAYANTA DATTA-M-43    IND
—    10-NISHAT KHAN-M-50    IND
—    11-PIJUSH BANERJEE-M-33    IND
—    12-RAM CHANDRA PRASAD-M-65    IND
—    13-YUSUF JAMAL SIDDIQUE-M-34    IND
S25-24-WB-Kolkata Uttar    1-MD. SALIM-M-51    CPM
—    2-SHARAD KUMAR SINGH-M-45    BSP
—    3-SUDIP BANDYOPADHYAY-M-57    AITC
—    4-TATHAGATA ROY-M-63    BJP
—    5-AVINASH KUMAR AGARWAL-M-35    LJP
—    6-MD. KASIM-M-79    MUL
—    7-AMITABHA SEN-M-66    IND
—    8-BALARAM SAHA-M-45    IND
—    9-KANCHAN KUMAR SARKAR-M-58    IND
—    10-KUMODH NARAYAN CHOWDHURY-M-34    IND
—    11-SANDIPAN BISWAS-M-52    IND
—    12-SATISH VYAS-M-67    IND
—    13-SULTAN OSMAN-M-49    IND
S25-25-WB-Howrah    1-AMBICA BANERJEE-M-82    AITC
—    2-POLLY MUKHERJEE-F-54    BJP
—    3-RAMAVTAR GUPTA-M-43    BSP
—    4-SWADESH CHAKRABORTTY-M-66    CPM
—    5-BIJOY UPPADHYA-M-52    SP
—    6-SUDARSHAN MANNA-M-62    STPI
—    7-ABDUL MOMIN SEKH-M-42    IND
—    8-GORA CHAND KOLEY-M-42    IND
—    9-GOUTAM GAYEN-M-27    IND
—    10-GAURAB SAHA-M-40    IND
—    11-NARAD PANDIT-M-54    IND
—    12-MANOJ KUMAR PASWAN-M-32    IND
—    13-SANJAY MAKAL-M-36    IND
—    14-SANATAN BAG-M-41    IND
—    15-SUBARNA CHAKRABORTY-M-43    IND
S25-26-WB-Uluberia    1-NARENDRA NATH MANDAL-M-67    BSP
—    2-RAHUL CHAKRABARTY-M-38    BJP
—    3-SULTAN AHMED-M-56    AITC
—    4-HANNAN MOLLAH-M-63    CPM
—    5-KAZI NABAB-M-36    AUDF
—    6-RABIN DALUI-M-45    RDMP
—    7-SEKH AORANGJEB-M-44    IND
—    8-ASHISH DAS-M-36    IND
—    9-SWAPAN DAS-M-31    IND
S25-27-WB-Srerampur    1-KALYAN BANERJEE-M-52    AITC
—    2-DEBABRATA CHOWDHURY-M-72    BJP
—    3-RAKESH KUMAR GAUTAM-M-37    BSP
—    4-SANTASRI CHATTERJEE-M-69    CPM
—    5-PRADIP GHOSH-M-56    AUDF
—    6-AMITAVA BHATTACHARYA-M-41    IND
—    7-CHIRANJIT NASKAR-M-33    IND
—    8-SEKH SOLEMAN-M-61    IND
S25-28-WB-Hooghly    1-DR. CHUNI LAL CHAKRABORTY-M-78    BJP
—    2-DR. RATNA DE(NAG)-F-57    AITC
—    3-RUPCHAND PAL-M-72    CPM
—    4-SURYYA KANTA RAY-M-63    BSP
—    5-ARABINDA SEN-M-58    SP
—    6-SAJAL ADHIKARI-M-45    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-SWAPAN MURMU-M-33    JDP
—    8-ALOK PATHAK-M-42    IND
—    9-SATYA GOPAL DEY-M-61    IND
S25-29-WB-Arambagh    1-PARIMAL BISWAS-M-27    BSP
—    2-MALIK SAKTI MOHAN-M-49    CPM
—    3-MURARI BERA-M-43    BJP
—    4-SAMBHU NATH MALIK-M-50    INC
—    5-SUBIR KUMAR MAJHI-M-31    JDP
S25-30-WB-Tamluk    1-ADHIKARI SUVENDU-M-39    AITC
—    2-MANORANJAN MANDAL-M-65    BSP
—    3-RAJYASHREE CHAUDHURI-F-40    BJP
—    4-LAKSHMAN CHANDRA SETH-M-59    CPM
—    5-JAHED SEK-M-41    AUDF
—    6-MANIK CHANDRA MONDAL-M-33    LJP
—    7-ABDUR REJAK SEIKH-M-29    IND
—    8-BHAKTI ADHIKARY-M-45    IND
—    9-SHEIKH NURUL ISLAM-M-55    IND
S25-31-WB-Kanthi    1-ADHIKARI SISIR KUMAR-M-69    AITC
—    2-AMALESH MISHRA-M-70    BJP
—    3-PATRA RASHBEHARI-M-52    BSP
—    4-PRASANTA PRADHAN-M-69    CPM
S25-32-WB-Ghatal    1-GURUDAS DASGUPTA-M-73    CPI
—    2-NARAYAN CHANDRA SAMAT-M-60    BSP
—    3-NURE ALAM CHOWDHURY-M-66    AITC
—    4-MATILAL KHATUA-M-55    BJP
—    5-ARUN KUMAR DAS-M-40    JMM
—    6-AHITOSH MAITY-M-53    RDMP
—    7-LIYAKAT KHAN-M-31    IJP
S25-33-WB-Jhargram    1-AMRIT HANSDA-M-63    INC
—    2-NABENDU MAHALI-M-34    BJP
—    3-PANCHANAN HANSDA-M-70    BSP
—    4-PULIN BIHARI BASKE-M-40    CPM
—    5-CHUNIBALA HANSDA-F-44    JKP(N)
—    6-ADITYA KISKU-M-46    IND
—    7-SUNIL MURMU-M-30    IND
—    8-SUSIL MANDI-M-28    IND
S25-34-WB-Medinipur    1-ASOK KUMAR GOLDER-M-64    BSP
—    2-DIPAK KUMAR GHOSH-M-72    AITC
—    3-PRADIP PATNAIK-M-51    BJP
—    4-PRABODH PANDA-M-63    CPI
—    5-NEPAL DAS-M-60    JMM
—    6-MUKUL KUMAR MAITI-M-33    RDMP
—    7-AMIT MOITRA-M-63    IND
—    8-DE SUKUMAR-M-54    IND
—    9-PARTHA ADDHYA-M-32    IND
—    10-SANJAY MISHRA-M-49    IND
S25-35-WB-Purulia    1-ASIT BARAN MAHATO-M-38    BSP
—    2-NARAHARI MAHATO-M-54    AIFB
—    3-SHANTIRAM MAHATO-M-56    INC
—    4-SAYANTAN BASU-M-32    BJP
—    5-AJIT PRASAD MAHATO-M-56    JMM
—    6-ABINASH SAREN-M-39    AMB
—    7-ABHIRAM BESRA-M-41    JDP
—    8-DHIREN CHANDRA MAHATO-M-48    JD(U)
—    9-AMULYA RATAN MAHATO-M-68    IND
—    10-UMACHARAN MAHATO-M-69    IND
—    11-DHIREN RAJAK-M-44    IND
—    12-BISAMBAR MURA-M-42    IND
—    13-MUKESH SAHU-M-36    IND
—    14-MRITYUNJAY MAHATO-M-46    IND
S25-36-WB-Bankura    1-ACHARIA BASUDEB-M-67    CPM
—    2-GANESH RAY-M-34    BSP
—    3-RAHUL (BISWAJIT) SINHA-M-45    BJP
—    4-SUBRATA MUKHERJEE-M-63    INC
—    5-ASWINI DULEY-M-51    JKP(N)
—    6-TAPAN KUMAR PATHAK-M-27    RDMP
—    7-PARESH MARANDI-M-54    JMM
—    8-BYASDEB CHAKRABORTTY-M-37    JD(U)
—    9-SUDHIR KUMAR MURMU-M-40    CPI(ML)(L)
—    10-PRABIR BANERJEE-M-36    IND
—    11-LAKSHMI SARKAR-F-54    IND
S25-37-WB-Bishnupur    1-JAYANTA MONDAL-M-53    BJP
—    2-MANIK BAURI-M-43    BSP
—    3-SEULI SAHA-F-39    AITC
—    4-SUSMITA BAURI-F-34    CPM
—    5-TAPAS DAS-M-31    JMM
—    6-UTTAM BOURI-M-30    IND
—    7-UMA KANTA BHAKAT-M-62    IND
S25-38-WB-Bardhaman Purba    1-ANUP KUMAR SAHA-M-53    CPM
—    2-ASHOKE BISWAS-M-54    AITC
—    3-MUKUL BISWAS-M-35    BSP
—    4-SANKAR HALDAR-M-47    BJP
—    5-PEJUSH KUMAR SAHANA-M-41    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-RABINDRANATH BAG-M-42    AUDF
—    7-RAJU MALIK-M-25    JDP
S25-39-WB-Burdwan – durgapur    1-NARGIS BEGAM-F-44    INC
—    2-SHIBA PADA BISWAS-M-60    BSP
—    3-SK. SAIDUL HAQUE-M-55    CPM
—    4-SYED ALI AFZAL CHAND-M-45    BJP
—    5-ASHOKE TARU MALLICK-M-39    SP
—    6-MADHU SUDAN SHET-M-52    AUDF
—    7-SUMAN SARKAR-M-29    RDMP
—    8-SHYAMALI ROY CHOWDHURY-F-61    IND
S25-40-WB-Asansol    1-AJAY SINGH-M-32    BSP
—    2-GHATAK MOLOY-M-52    AITC
—    3-BANSA GOPAL CHOWDHURY-M-49    CPM
—    4-SURYYA RAY-M-71    BJP
—    5-GOUTAM DAS-M-31    LJP
—    6-JARASANDHA SINHA-M-56    IND
—    7-JYOTIRMOY MAITY-M-52    IND
S25-41-WB-Bolpur    1-ARJUN SAHA-M-40    BJP
—    2-ASIT KUMAR MAL-M-54    INC
—    3-VIDYASAGAR METE-M-39    BSP
—    4-DOCTOR RAM CHANDRA DOME-M-51    CPM
—    5-ADARA BAURI-F-34    AUDF
—    6-NIHAR HAZRA-M-59    IND
—    7-PROFESSOR BIJAY DALUI-M-38    IND
S25-42-WB-Birbhum    1-TAPAS MUKHERJEE-M-59    BJP
—    2-BRAJA MUKHERJEE-M-71    CPM
—    3-RADHESHYAM SINGH-M-62    BSP
—    4-SATABDI ROY-F-40    AITC
—    5-ASGAR ALI (GAJLU)-M-42    SP
—    6-MOULANA NAJRUL HAK-M-54    AUDF
—    7-SHIB RATAN SHARMA-M-44    JMM
S26-1-CG-SARGUJA    1-DHAN SINGH DHURVE-M-38    BSP
—    2-BAL SINGH-M-38    CPM
—    3-BHANU PRATAP SINGH-M-42    INC
—    4-MURARILAL SINGH-M-49    BJP
—    5-ANOOP MINJ-M-28    JMM
—    6-KUMAIT B.D.O.-M-64    JD(U)
—    7-BHUPNATH SINGH MARAVI-M-43    GGP
—    8-RAMDEO LAKRA-M-32    CGVP
—    9-RAMNATH CHERWA-M-36    SSD
—    10-SOMNATH BHAGAT-M-46    LJP
—    11-AMRIT SINGH MARAVI-M-35    IND
—    12-JUGESHWAR-M-29    IND
—    13-DHANESHWAR SINGH-M-39    IND
—    14-SARJU XESS ORANW-M-43    IND
—    15-SUNIL KUMAR SINGH KANHARE-M-27    IND
—    16-SURAJ DEO SINGH KHAIRWAR-M-35    IND
S26-2-CG-RAIGARH    1-BAHADUR SINGH RATHIA-M-57    BSP
—    2-VISHNU DEO SAI-M-45    BJP
—    3-HRIDAYARAM RATHIYA-M-43    INC
—    4-DARSHAN SIDAR-M-32    GGP
—    5-MEERA DEVI SINGH TIRKEY-F-39    CGVP
—    6-SHIRACHAND EKKA-M-29    JMM
—    7-AMRIT TIRKEY-M-30    IND
—    8-KAMRISH SINGH GOND-M-59    IND
—    9-SANJAY TIRKEY-M-29    IND
—    10-HALDHAR RAM SIDAR-M-42    IND
S26-3-CG-JANJGIR-CHAMPA    1-SHRIMATI KAMLA DEVI PATLE-F-43    BJP
—    2-DAURAM RATNAKAR-M-51    BSP
—    3-DR.SHIVKUMAR DAHARIYA-M-45    INC
—    4-B.R. CHAUHAN-M-59    RPI(A)
—    5-NEELKANTH WARE-M-59    CSP
—    6-PREM SHANKAR MAHILANGE URF PREM INDIA-M-39    LJP
—    7-SANJEEV KUMAR KHARE-M-26    CGVP
—    8-ANANDRAM GILHARE-M-35    IND
—    9-CHAITRAM SURYAVANSHI-M-62    IND
—    10-DR.CHHAVILAL RATRE-M-55    IND
—    11-MAYARAM NAT-M-50    IND
—    12-RAMCHARAN PRADHAN ADHIWAKTA-M-51    IND
S26-4-CG-KORBA    1-KARUNA SHUKLA-F-59    BJP
—    2-CHARANDAS MAHANT-M-54    INC
—    3-VIJAY LAXMI SHARMA-F-41    BSP
—    4-KEDARNATH RAJWADE-M-28    JMM
—    5-CHAITI DEVI MAHANT-F-49    CSP
—    6-BUDHWAR SINGH UIKEY-M-34    RGOP
—    7-DR. VIPIN SINHA-M-40    CGVP
—    8-SANGEETA NIRMALKAR-F-32    BHPD
—    9-HIRASINGH MARKAAM-M-74    GGP
—    10-GEND DAS MAHANT-M-35    IND
—    11-CHARAN DAS-M-25    IND
—    12-PAWAN KUMAR-M-38    IND
—    13-FULESHWAR PRASAD SURJAIHA-M-75    IND
—    14-RAMDAYAL ORAON-M-49    IND
—    15-RAMLAKHAN KASHI-M-68    IND
—    16-SHAMBHU PRASAD SHARMA ADHIWAKTA-M-62    IND
—    17-SATRUPA-F-37    IND
—    18-SANTOSH BANJARE-M-25    IND
S26-5-CG-BILASPUR    1-DILIP SINGH JUDEV-M-60    BJP
—    2-ADVOCATE T.R.NIRALA-M-42    BSP
—    3-DR.RENU JOGI-F-56    INC
—    4-UTTAM PRASAD DANSENA-M-27    SUSP
—    5-DR.GOJU PAUL-M-40    RPI(A)
—    6-DR.BALMUKUND SINGH MARAVI-M-41    GGP
—    7-BALARAM SAHU-M-46    BHPD
—    8-MUKESH KUMAR SAHU-M-32    JMM
—    9-SAPNA CHAKRABORTY-F-37    LJP
—    10-ARJUN SHRIVAS GANGUAA-M-63    IND
—    11-ANUJ DHRITLAHRE-M-34    IND
—    12-ABDUL HAMID SIDDIQUE-M-43    IND
—    13-ASHOK SHRIVASTAVA-M-37    IND
—    14-UMESH SINGH-M-31    IND
—    15-TUKLAL GARG-M-40    IND
—    16-DAYA DAS LAHRE-M-65    IND
—    17-DR.DAYA RAM DAYAL-M-60    IND
—    18-DILIP KUMAR-M-30    IND
—    19-DILIP GUPTA-M-38    IND
—    20-DILIP SINGH-M-41    IND
—    21-MANOJ KUMAR BIRKO-M-34    IND
—    22-RAMESH AHUJA-M-43    IND
—    23-RAMESH KUMAR LAHARE-M-36    IND
—    24-RAJENDRA SAHU-M-29    IND
—    25-RAJESH PRATAP-M-32    IND
—    26-RAMBILAS SHARMA-M-52    IND
—    27-B.P.VISWAKARMA-M-57    IND
—    28-SHYAM BIHARI TRIVEDI-M-56    IND
S26-6-CG-RAJNANDGAON    1-DEVWRAT SINGH-M-39    INC
—    2-PRADHUMAN NETAM-M-32    BSP
—    3-MADHUSUDAN YADAV-M-38    BJP
—    4-GANGARAM NISHAD-M-48    EKSP
—    5-NARAD KHOTHALIYA-M-48    CGVP
—    6-AJAY JAISWAL-M-35    IND
—    7-AJAY PALI-M-32    IND
—    8-JALAL MOHAMMAD QURESHI-M-45    IND
—    9-DERHARAM LODHI-M-37    IND
—    10-DILIP RATHOR SAMPADAK-M-40    IND
—    11-BHAG CHAND VAIDHYA-M-48    IND
—    12-MADAN YADAV-M-34    IND
—    13-MANGAL DAS BANGARE-M-52    IND
—    14-D.R.YADAV PRACHARYA-M-66    IND
S26-7-CG-DURG    1-PRADEEP CHOUBEY-M-55    INC
—    2-RAGHUNANDAN SAHU-M-34    BSP
—    3-SAROJ PANDEY-F-40    BJP
—    4-DEVIDAS KURRE-M-43    CVKP
—    5-DR. PANKAJ GOSOMI (PANDIT)-M-37    RPI
—    6-ANAND GAUTAM-M-35    IND
—    7-TARACHAND SAHU-M-30    IND
—    8-TARACHAND SAHU-M-66    IND
—    9-TARACHAND SAHU-M-62    IND
—    10-MASOOD KHAN-M-43    IND
—    11-RATAN KUMAR KSHETRAPAL-M-61    IND
—    12-RAJENDRA KUMAR SAHU-M-38    IND
—    13-LAXMAN PRASAD-M-31    IND
—    14-GURU DADA LOKESH MAHARAJ-M-56    IND
—    15-SHITKARAN MHILWAR-M-40    IND
S26-8-CG-RAIPUR    1-BHUPESH BAGHEL-M-47    INC
—    2-RAMESH BAIS-M-61    BJP
—    3-VIDHYADEVI SAHU-F-54    BSP
—    4-ER. ASHOK TAMRAKAR-M-56    JCGP
—    5-IMRRAN PASHA-M-33    LSWP
—    6-P.R. KHUNTE-M-54    CGVP
—    7-MADHUSUDAN MISHRA-M-49    ABHM
—    8-SHAILENDRA BANJARE (SHAKTIPUTRA)-M-34    SSBD
—    9-SHANKAR LAL VARANDANI-M-45    PPOI
—    10-HARGUN MEGHWANI-M-56    ABSSP
—    11-ARUN HARPAL-M-35    IND
—    12-JAFAR HUSSAIN, BABABHAI (PURVA MUTVALLI)-M-57    IND
—    13-MOH. JILANI ALIAS TANI-M-30    IND
—    14-NAND KISHOR DEEP-M-48    IND
—    15-NARESH BHISHMDEV DHIDHI-M-31    IND
—    16-NAVIN GUPTA-M-35    IND
—    17-NARAD NISHAD-M-33    IND
—    18-PRAVEEN JAIN-M-44    IND
—    19-BHARAT BHUSHAN PANDEY-M-45    IND
—    20-MATHURA PRASAD TANDON-M-42    IND
—    21-YASHWANT SAHU-M-35    IND
—    22-RAJENDRA KUMAR SAHU-M-38    IND
—    23-RAJENDRA SINGH THAKUR (ADVOCATE)-M-34    IND
—    24-RAMKRISHNA VERMA-M-49    IND
—    25-RAMCHARAN YADAV-M-33    IND
—    26-SHOBHARAM GILHARE-M-38    IND
—    27-SIYARAM DHRITLAHARE-M-34    IND
—    28-SMT. SUSIL BAI BANJARE-F-36    IND
—    29-SYED RASHID ALI-M-62    IND
—    30-SANJAY BAGHEL-M-29    IND
—    31-HAIDAR BHATI-M-38    IND
—    32-SHRIKANT KASER-M-41    IND
S26-9-CG-MAHASAMUND    1-CHANDULAL SAHU (CHANDU BHAIYA)-M-49    BJP
—    2-MOTILAL-M-44    BSP
—    3-MOTILAL SAHU-M-44    INC
—    4-DR. ANAND MATAWALE (GURUJI)-M-38    LB
—    5-KIRAN KUMAR DHRUW-M-44    JMM
—    6-BAUDDH KUMAR KAUSHIK-M-37    CGVP
—    7-DR. LATA MARKAM-F-26    RPI(A)
—    8-SHRIDHAR CHANDRAKAR (PATEL)-M-40    AD
—    9-KHEDUBHARTI “SATYESH”-M-33    IND
—    10-CHAMPA LAL PATEL-M-43    IND
—    11-NARENDRA BHISHMDEV DHIDHI-M-34    IND
—    12-NARAYANDAS INQALAB GANDHI-M-63    IND
—    13-BHARAT DIWAN-M-29    IND
—    14-RAMPRASAD CHAUHAN-M-46    IND
—    15-SULTANSINGH SATNAM-M-58    IND
S26-10-CG-BASTAR    1-AYTU RAM MANDAVI-M-44    BSP
—    2-BALIRAM KASHYAP-M-73    BJP
—    3-MANISH KUNJAM-M-42    CPI
—    4-SHANKAR SODI-M-44    INC
—    5-CHANDRA SHEKHAR DHRUV (SHEKHAR)-M-42    IND
—    6-MAYARAM NETAM ALIAS (FULSING SILADAR)-M-60    IND
—    7-SUBHASH CHANDRA MOURYA-M-35    IND
S26-11-CG-KANKER    1-SMT. PHOOLO DEVI NETAM-F-35    INC
—    2-MIRA SALAM-F-32    BSP
—    3-SOHAN POTAI-M-49    BJP
—    4-JALSINGH SHORI-M-30    CSP
—    5-N. R. BHUARYA-M-50    GMS
—    6-BHOM LAL-M-59    AD
—    7-MAYARAM NAGWANSHI-M-48    GGP
—    8-G. R. RANA-M-62    JMM
—    9-DEVCHAND MATLAM-M-31    IND
—    10-PRAFUL MANDAVI-M-35    IND
—    11-MAYARAM NETAM (FULSINGH SILEDAR)-M-60    IND
S27-1-JH-Rajmahal    1-CHANDRA SHEKHAR AZAD-M-38    BSP
—    2-JYOTIN SOREN-M-59    CPM
—    3-THOMAS HASDA-M-58    RJD
—    4-DEVIDHAN BESRA-M-69    BJP
—    5-HEMLAL MURMU-M-54    JMM
—    6-AAMELIYA HANSDA-F-29    RSP
—    7-CHARAN MURMU-M-33    SHS
—    8-DAUD MARANDI-M-25    SP
—    9-SUKHWA URAON-M-33    RKSP
—    10-SUNDAR TUDU-M-45    BHJAP
—    11-SOM MARANDI-M-44    JVM
—    12-STIPHEN MARANDI-M-55    JHJM
S27-2-JH-Dumka    1-CHURKA TUDU-M-44    BSP
—    2-PASHUPATI KOL-M-29    CPI
—    3-RAMESH TUDU-M-34    RJD
—    4-SHIBU SOREN-M-64    JMM
—    5-SUNIL SOREN-M-30    BJP
—    6-ARJUN PUJHAR-M-33    SP
—    7-NIRMALA MURMU-F-33    RSP
—    8-PHATIK CHANDRA HEMBRAM-M-64    AJSU
—    9-BITIYA MANJHI-F-53    CPI(ML)(L)
—    10-RAMESH HEMBROM-M-39    JVM
—    11-RAMJIVAN DEHRI-M-35    SAP
—    12-KALESHWAR SOREN-M-38    IND
—    13-CHARLES MURMU-M-27    IND
—    14-NANDLAL SOREN-M-55    IND
—    15-PULICE HEMRAM-M-31    IND
—    16-BIVISAN PUJHAR-M-50    IND
—    17-CYRIL HANSDA-M-63    IND
—    18-SONA MURMU-F-56    IND
—    19-HOPNA BASKI-M-57    IND
S27-3-JH-Godda    1-IQBAL DURRANI-M-50    BSP
—    2-DURGA SOREN-M-39    JMM
—    3-NISHIKANT DUBEY-M-37    BJP
—    4-FURKAN ANSARI-M-61    INC
—    5-ASHOK SHARMA-M-39    JKP
—    6-GEETA MANDAL-F-39    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-GOVIND LAL MARANDI-M-39    RSP
—    8-JAWAHAR LAL YADAV-M-31    LJP
—    9-NANDLAL YADAV-M-39    SP
—    10-NIRANJAN PRASAD YADAV-M-33    RWS
—    11-PRADEEP YADAV-M-42    JVM
—    12-PRADEEP YADAV-M-25    SAP
—    13-BINOD MEHARIA-M-56    BSA
—    14-RAJ NARAYAN KHAWADE-M-42    AJSUP
—    15-SANTOSH KUMAR RAY-M-26    AITC
—    16-SURAJ MANDAL-M-61    JVD
—    17-JAYSWAL MANJHI-M-38    IND
—    18-JAHIR MUSTAKIM-M-35    IND
—    19-MANOJ KUMAR MANDAL-M-35    IND
—    20-MITHILESH PASWAN-M-38    IND
—    21-MD. MOAJJAM ALI CHANCHAL-M-38    IND
—    22-SHANKAR PRASAD KESHARI-M-39    IND
—    23-SANJEEV KUMAR-M-27    IND
S27-4-JH-Chatra    1-ARUN KUMAR YADAV-M-41    JD(U)
—    2-DHIRAJ PRASAD SAHU-M-50    INC
—    3-NAGMANI-M-46    RJD
—    4-SUGAN MAHTO-M-56    BSP
—    5-KESHWAR YADAV-M-47    CPI(ML)(L)
—    6-PARAS NATH MANJHI-M-58    ABMSD
—    7-K.P. SHARMA-M-62    JVM
—    8-SURENDRA YADAV-M-36    JKP
—    9-INDER SINGH NAMDHARI-M-62    IND
—    10-DHIRENDRA AGRAWAL-M-53    IND
—    11-RATNESH KUMAR GUPTA-M-47    IND
S27-5-JH-Kodarma    1-TILAKDHARI PD. SINGH-M-65    INC
—    2-PRANAV KUMAR VERMA-M-29    RJD
—    3-LAXAMAN SAWARNKAR-M-63    BJP
—    4-BISHNU PRASAD BHAIYA-M-47    JMM
—    5-SABHAPATI KUSHWAHA-M-61    BSP
—    6-UMESH CHANDRA TRIVEDI-M-41    JKP
—    7-PRAMESHWAR YADAV-M-49    RKSP
—    8-BABULAL MARANDI-M-51    JVM
—    9-RAJKISHOR PRASAD MODI-M-54    JVD
—    10-RAJ KUMAR YADAV-M-37    CPI(ML)(L)
—    11-HADTAL DAS-M-43    BSA
—    12-ASHOK KUMAR SHARMA-M-35    IND
—    13-KAMAL DAS-M-35    IND
—    14-CHANDRA DHARI MAHTO-M-28    IND
—    15-MANJOOR ALAM ANSARI-M-45    IND
—    16-LAXAMAN DAS-M-37    IND
S27-6-JH-Giridih    1-AKLU RAM MAHTO-M-65    CPI
—    2-TEKLAL MAHTO-M-57    JMM
—    3-BIJAY SINGH-M-48    BSP
—    4-RAVINDRA KUMAR PANDEY-M-50    BJP
—    5-MD. HIMAYUN ANSARI-M-72    RJD
—    6-MRINAL KANTI DEV-M-61    SLP(L)
—    7-RAVINDER MAHTO-M-43    JKP(N)
—    8-SHIVA MAHTO-M-75    MCO
—    9-SABA AHMAD-M-62    JVM
—    10-INDRA DEV MAHTO-M-45    IND
—    11-UMESH RISHI-M-43    IND
—    12-NAND KISHOR PRASAD-M-64    IND
—    13-BUDDHI NATH TIWARY-M-41    IND
—    14-MAHAVIR PRASAD-M-36    IND
—    15-MASOOM RAJA ANSARI-M-27    IND
—    16-LALOO KEWAT-M-46    IND
—    17-SHANKAR RAJAK-M-38    IND
S27-7-JH-Dhanbad    1-CHANDRASHEKHAR DUBEY-M-66    INC
—    2-PASHUPATI NATH SINGH-M-60    BJP
—    3-SAMARESH SINGH-M-68    BSP
—    4-INDU SINGH-F-32    SAP
—    5-JANARDAN PANDEY-M-56    AIFB
—    6-DIN BANDHU SINGH-M-56    SLP(L)
—    7-PAWAN KUMAR JHA-M-28    JD(S)
—    8-PHUL CHAND MANDAL-M-66    JVM
—    9-M.K.MANDAL-M-62    AMB
—    10-A.K. ROY-M-72    MCO
—    11-VIDESHI MAHATO-M-54    JVD
—    12-VIRENDRA PRADHAN-M-44    LJP
—    13-SUNIL KUMAR-M-38    IJP
—    14-MD. SULTAN-M-57    JKP
—    15-HAFFIZUDDIN ANSARI-M-51    SP
—    16-ABDUL MUSTAFA-M-32    IND
—    17-KARTIK MAHATO-M-44    IND
—    18-JAI PRAKASH SINGH-M-39    IND
—    19-JAIRAM SINGH-M-31    IND
—    20-JITENDRA KUMAR SINGH-M-36    IND
—    21-PHUL CHAND MAHATO-M-40    IND
—    22-BAMA PADA BAURI-M-35    IND
—    23-MADHUSUDAN RAJHANS-M-44    IND
—    24-MANILAL MAHATO-M-27    IND
—    25-MANOJ GANDHI-M-29    IND
—    26-MANOJ PANDEY-M-29    IND
—    27-MUNSI HEMBRAM-M-56    IND
—    28-RAVI RANJAN SINHA-M-34    IND
—    29-SHANKAR RAWANI-M-42    IND
—    30-SALIM KHAN-M-42    IND
—    31-SADHUSHARAN GOPE-M-46    IND
—    32-SUSHIL KUMAR SINGH-M-57    IND
S27-8-JH-Ranchi    1-RAJENDRA SINGH MUNDA-M-74    CPM
—    2-RAM TAHAL CHAUDHARY-M-66    BJP
—    3-MD. SARFUDDIN-M-46    BSP
—    4-SUBODH KANT SAHAY-M-57    INC
—    5-AKHTAR ANSARI-M-53    JVM
—    6-AFSAR EMAM-M-48    JKPP
—    7-MD. AJAD ANSARI-M-47    NLHP
—    8-JIPALAL SINGH MUNDA-M-45    JKP(N)
—    9-DAYANAND GUPTA-M-39    JVD
—    10-SURENDRA KUMAR SUMAN-M-36    SAP
—    11-ANJANI PANDEY-M-51    IND
—    12-AGAM LAL MAHTO-M-34    IND
—    13-AFTAB ALAM-M-42    IND
—    14-ARTI BEHRA-F-32    IND
—    15-UPENDRA PD. SRIVASTAVA-M-65    IND
—    16-KESHAV NARAYAN BHAGAT-M-49    IND
—    17-KAILASH PAHAN-M-40    IND
—    18-JANARDAN TIWARI-M-42    IND
—    19-JITENDRA MAHTO-M-27    IND
—    20-DEVENDRA THAKUR-M-48    IND
—    21-BIRSA HEMBRAM-M-31    IND
—    22-RANJEET MAHTO-M-49    IND
—    23-RAMPODO MAHTO-M-37    IND
—    24-ROSHAN LAL MAHTO-M-28    IND
—    25-ROSAN PRASAD-M-25    IND
—    26-LAL BABA MASANI-M-65    IND
S27-9-JH-Jamshedpur    1-AJEET KUMAR-M-39    BSP
—    2-ARJUN MUNDA-M-41    BJP
—    3-SUMAN MAHTO-F-44    JMM
—    4-ARVIND KUMAR SINGH-M-47    JVM
—    5-ASHOK TRIPATHI-M-44    SP
—    6-KINKAR GOUR-M-41    RASD
—    7-KRISHN MURARI MISHRA-M-47    ABHM
—    8-PARIKSHIT MAHATO-M-43    LJP
—    9-MUBIN KHAN-M-50    BSA
—    10-RAJ KAPOOR MAHATO-M-35    JVD
—    11-SHARAT MAHATO-M-36    JKP(N)
—    12-SHAILENDRA MAHTO-M-55    AJSU
—    13-SHYAM NARAYAN SINGH-M-50    AITC
—    14-SANDIP PAUL-M-43    JKP
—    15-DR. SUNARAM HANSDA-M-41    JDP
—    16-HEMANT SINGH-M-37    AMB
—    17-KRISHNA PRASAD-M-40    IND
—    18-JOSAI MARDI-M-31    IND
—    19-DILIP KALINDI-M-44    IND
—    20-DILIP TUDU-M-41    IND
—    21-PARAS NATH PRASAD-M-56    IND
—    22-RAKESH KUMAR-M-30    IND
—    23-RAJIV CHANDRA MAHATO-M-27    IND
—    24-RAM CHANDRA PRASAD GUPTA-M-49    IND
—    25-VICTOR A. LAZARUS-M-60    IND
—    26-SITARAM TUDU-M-61    IND
S27-10-JH-Singhbhum    1-BARKUWAR GAGRAI-M-41    BJP
—    2-BAGUN SUMBRUI-M-82    INC
—    3-HIKIM CHANDRA TUDU-M-39    BSP
—    4-PREM SINGH MUNDRI-M-40    CPI(ML)(L)
—    5-MANGAL SINGH BOBONGA-M-42    JVM
—    6-SUKH RAM JONKO-M-62    JDP
—    7-ASHOK KUMAR TIU-M-47    IND
—    8-MADHU KORA-M-38    IND
—    9-HIKIM SOREN-M-46    IND
S27-11-JH-Khunti    1-KARIYA MUNDA-M-72    BJP
—    2-NEIL TIRKEY-M-55    INC
—    3-MARSHAL BARLA-M-36    BSP
—    4-THEODORE KIRO-M-58    JVM
—    5-NITIMA BODRA BARI-F-41    JKP(N)
—    6-NISHIKANT HORO-M-55    JKP
—    7-ANAND KUJUR-M-27    IND
—    8-UMBULAN TOPNO-M-49    IND
—    9-KARLUS BHENGRA-M-41    IND
S27-12-JH-Lohardaga    1-JOKHAN BHAGAT-M-43    BSP
—    2-RAMESHWAR ORAON-M-63    INC
—    3-SUDARSHAN BHAGAT-M-40    BJP
—    4-DEOSHARAN BHAGAT-M-45    AJSU
—    5-BAHURA EKKA-M-61    JVM
—    6-BHUNESHWAR LOHRA-M-42    LJVM
—    7-RAMA KHALKHO-F-38    JHJAM
—    8-ARJUN BHAGAT-M-60    IND
—    9-ETWA ORAON-M-45    IND
—    10-GOPAL ORAON-M-56    IND
—    11-CHAMRA LINDA-M-39    IND
—    12-JAI PRAKASH BHAGAT-M-36    IND
—    13-NAWAL KISHOR SINGH-M-51    IND
—    14-PADMA BARAIK-F-25    IND
—    15-SUKHDEO LOHRA-M-69    IND
S27-13-JH-Palamau    1-KAMESHWAR BAITHA-M-56    JMM
—    2-GHURAN RAM-M-42    RJD
—    3-RADHA KRISHNA KISHORE-M-52    JD(U)
—    4-HIRA RAM TUPHANI-M-59    BSP
—    5-GANESH RAM-M-56    JKP
—    6-JAWAHAR PASWAN-M-48    AJSUP
—    7-NANDDEV RAM-M-70    JKP(N)
—    8-PARVATI DEVI-F-34    MMM
—    9-PRABHAT KUMAR-M-31    JVM
—    10-RAJU GUIDE MAJHI-M-30    ABMSD
—    11-RAM NARESH RAM-M-36    RASD
—    12-BIRBAL RAM-M-28    RLD
—    13-SATYENDRA KUMAR PASWAN-M-30    BSSPA
—    14-SUSHMA MEHTA-F-31    CPI(ML)(L)
—    15-JITENDRA RAM-M-31    IND
—    16-NARESH KUMAR PASWAN-M-29    IND
—    17-BRAJMOHAN RAM-M-48    IND
—    18-BHOLA RAM-M-32    IND
—    19-MUNESHWAR RAM-M-58    IND
—    20-RAM PRASAD RAM-M-58    IND
—    21-SUNESHWAR BAITHA-M-54    IND
S27-14-JH-Hazaribagh    1-KISHOR KUMAR PANDEY-M-35    BSP
—    2-BHUVNESHWAR PRASAD MEHTA-M-64    CPI
—    3-YASHWANT SINHA-M-71    BJP
—    4-SHIVLAL MAHTO-M-34    JMM
—    5-SAURABH NARAIN SINGH-M-34    INC
—    6-CHANDRA PRAKASH CHOUDHARY-M-40    AJSU
—    7-DIGAMBER KU. MEHTA-M-42    SP
—    8-BRAJ KISHORE JAISWAL-M-67    JVM
—    9-DEONATH MAHTO-M-29    IND
—    10-MAHENDRA KISHORE MEHTA-M-38    IND
—    11-MD. MOINUDDIN AHMED-M-32    IND
—    12-LALAN PRASAD-M-34    IND
—    13-SNEHLATA DEVI-F-49    IND
S28-1-UK-Tehri Garhwal    1-JASPAL RANA-M-32    BJP
—    2-BACHI RAM-M-73    CPM
—    3-MUNNA SINGH CHAUHAN-M-48    BSP
—    4-VIJAY BAHUGUNA-M-62    INC
—    5-SHAILESH-M-38    UKKD
—    6-ANJANA WALIA-F-36    RJSD
—    7-BANO RANI-F-32    NLHP
—    8-SHAILESH KUMAR VERMA-M-32    LJP
—    9-SUDESH SHARMA-M-31    AD
—    10-SUNDER LAL THAPLIYAL-M-55    VVS
—    11-KEDAR SINGH-M-39    IND
—    12-DR. NAGENDRA DUTT JAGOODI-M-52    IND
—    13-BARHM DEV JHA-M-43    IND
—    14-RAM SINGH RAWAT-M-33    IND
—    15-VIJAY NATH-M-30    IND
—    16-SHIV NARAIN-M-63    IND
—    17-SANJAY-M-35    IND
—    18-HARISH WALIA-M-36    IND
S28-2-UK-Garhwal    1-ANAND PRAKASH-M-58    UKKD
—    2-LT. GEN(RETD) TEJPAL SINGH RAWAT P.V.S.M, V.S.M-M-69    BJP
—    3-RAJEEV AGARWAL-M-43    BSP
—    4-LALITA PRASAD BHATT-M-49    CPI
—    5-SATPAL MAHARAJ-M-56    INC
—    6-INDRESH MAIKHURI-M-30    CPI(ML)(L)
—    7-GANESH PANT-M-56    LJP
—    8-R. P. DHYANI-M-42    ABHM
—    9-MAHADEV-M-47    JKM
—    10-RASHID KHAN-M-30    ANC
—    11-ABBDUL KADIR-M-51    IND
—    12-OM PARKASH-M-58    IND
—    13-SHIV SINGH-M-47    IND
S28-3-UK-Almora    1-AJAY TAMTA-M-36    BJP
—    2-CHAMPEE ARYA-F-62    NCP
—    3-PRADEEP TAMTA-M-47    INC
—    4-BAHADUR RAM DHAUNI-M-44    BSP
—    5-RANJIT VISHWAKARMA-M-56    UKKD
—    6-GOPAL RAM-M-48    RPI(A)
—    7-YASHPAL ARYA-M-34    LJP
—    8-SUSHAMA-F-25    CPI(ML)(L)
—    9-KIRAN ARYA-F-31    IND
—    10-HARI RAMA-M-61    IND
S28-4-UK-Nainital-udhamsingh Nagar    1-NARAYAN PAL-M-43    BSP
—    2-DR. NARAYAN SINGH JANTWAL-M-47    UKKD
—    3-PREM PRAKASH SINGH-M-54    SP
—    4-BACHI SINGH RAWAT-M-59    BJP
—    5-K.C. SINGH BABA-M-60    INC
—    6-RISHI PAL SINGH-M-42    ABRS
—    7-BAHADUR SINGH JANGI-M-57    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-MADAN SINGH MER-M-58    LJP
—    9-RAIS AHMAD ANSARI-M-34    JD(S)
—    10-SHEESHPAL SINGH ARYA-M-49    ANC
—    11-BINDU GUPTA-F-41    IND
—    12-MAHESH CHANDRA KANDPAL-M-56    IND
—    13-MOUALANA YADE ILAHI-M-32    IND
—    14-SITARAM-M-42    IND
S28-5-UK-Hardwar    1-AMBRISH KUMAR-M-60    SP
—    2-SWAMI YATINDRANAND GIRI-M-44    BJP
—    3-RAJKUMAR SAINI-M-38    UKKD
—    4-SHAHZAD-M-44    BSP
—    5-HARISH RAWAT-M-59    INC
—    6-ASIF KHAN-M-36    AD
—    7-RAJEEV GUPTA-M-47    RJSD
—    8-RIASAT ALI-M-52    RPI(A)
—    9-SUBHASH-M-50    MKD
—    10-AJAY KATHURIA-M-37    IND
—    11-ABBAS-M-31    IND
—    12-V.K.KAMPANI-M-63    IND
—    13-KULVEER SINGH-M-29    IND
—    14-NATTHU RAM-M-47    IND
—    15-MOHD. MURSALEEN QURESHI-M-35    IND
—    16-RANDHIR BHARAT-M-52    IND
—    17-RAMSHARAN BHATT-M-38    IND
—    18-SHAHIDA BEGAM-F-46    IND
—    19-PT. SHIVAM MAHARAJ-M-40    IND
—    20-SUMER CHAND-M-56    IND
—    21-SANJAY-M-37    IND
U01-1-AN-Andaman & nicobar islands    1-SMTI. R. S. UMA BHARATHY-F-44    NCP
—    2-SHRI. KULDEEP RAI SHARMA-M-41    INC
—    3-SHRI. P. R. GANESHAN-M-71    RJD
—    4-SHRI TAPAN KUMAR BEPARI-M-51    CPM
—    5-SHRI. BISHNU PADA RAY-M-59    BJP
—    6-SHRI. M. S. MOHAN-M-50    BSP
—    7-SHRI. N. K. P. NAIR-M-54    CPI(ML)(L)
—    8-SHRI. PRADEEP KUMAR EKKA-M-37    JDP
—    9-SHRI. T. ALI-M-37    IND
—    10-DR. THANKACHAN-M-50    IND
—    11-SHRI. VAKIATH VALAPPIL KHALID-M-40    IND
U02-1-CH-Chandigarh    1-PAWAN KUMAR BANSAL-M-60    INC
—    2-SATYA PAL JAIN-M-56    BJP
—    3-HARMOHAN DHAWAN-M-69    BSP
—    4-HAFFIZ ANWAR UL HAQ-M-37    RJD
—    5-GOSWAMI VISHWA BHUSHAN BHARTI-M-31    JD(U)
—    6-PARAS NATH-M-43    AD
—    7-AJAY GOYAL-M-43    IND
—    8-KAFIL AHMAD-M-52    IND
—    9-KHEM LAL BANSAL-M-63    IND
—    10-DARSHAN SINGH-M-34    IND
—    11-DES RAJ-M-43    IND
—    12-MAYA DEVI-F-36    IND
—    13-RAM PAL HANS-M-46    IND
—    14-S K SURI-M-67    IND
U03-1-DN-Dadar & Nagar Haveli    1-DELKAR MOHANBHAI SANJIBHAI-M-46    INC
—    2-PATEL NATUBHAI GOMANBHAI-M-36    BJP
—    3-BIJ YOHANBHAI BHADIYABHAI-M-36    BSP
—    4-KHULAT BHIKALYA VANSHYA-M-40    IND
—    5-MISHAL LAXMANBHAI NAVASUBHAI-M-39    IND
U04-1-DD-Daman & diu    1-TANDEL GOPALBHAI KALYANBHAI-M-55    NCP
—    2-DAHYABHAI VALLABHBHAI PATEL-M-64    INC
—    3-LALUBHAI PATEL-M-53    BJP
—    4-RAMESHBHAI D. SINGH-M-42    SP
—    5-GOHEL GAUTAMKUMAR NATVARSINH-M-28    IND
—    6-PANDEY DINESHBHAI-M-37    IND
—    7-SINDE SHAILESHBHAI-M-39    IND
U05-1-DL-CHANDNI CHOWK    1-KAPIL SIBAL-M-60    INC
—    2-MOHD. MUSTAQEEM (BALLO BHAI)-M-47    BSP
—    3-VIJENDER GUPTA-M-45    BJP
—    4-AJAY MITTAL-M-43    AIFB
—    5-ANIL GUPTA-M-41    BPC
—    6-ABDUL SAMAD-M-37    RPIE
—    7-KIRAN-F-36    SJP(R)
—    8-GHANSHYAM MORWAL-M-50    DBP
—    9-JAVED AHMED-M-36    MBP
—    10-NARENDER SINGH-M-38    BSKRP
—    11-DR. P L PREMI-M-65    BVVP
—    12-BHIM SINGH PURI-M-63    RSP
—    13-RAN PAL SINGH-M-33    BGTD
—    14-RAJ PAUL CHAUHAN-M-46    BPD
—    15-RAJESH NAGAR-M-36    RDMP
—    16-LABHU RAM GARG-M-49    RKSP
—    17-LILA DEVI-F-47    RVNP
—    18-VINOD DUKHIYA-M-54    ABHM
—    19-SHAHIDA PARVEEN-F-70    UWF
—    20-DR. SITA RAM SHARMA-M-77    RWS
—    21-SUHAIL AHMED-M-42    SP
—    22-ASHOK KUMAR GOTEWALA-M-47    IND
—    23-ASHISH SAXENA-M-29    IND
—    24-IMAM RAJA NAQVI-M-37    IND
—    25-OM PRAKASH THAKUR-M-43    IND
—    26-ZAHEER AHMED-M-53    IND
—    27-NASRIN BEGUM-F-35    IND
—    28-PURAN CHAND-M-50    IND
—    29-PREM NARAIN-M-51    IND
—    30-BALRAM BARI-M-43    IND
—    31-BASHIRUDDIN-M-63    IND
—    32-BABU LAL BAIRWA-M-43    IND
—    33-BEER SINGH-M-41    IND
—    34-RANJEET KUMAR-M-35    IND
—    35-RAJENDER SINGH CHANDELIYA-M-55    IND
—    36-ROHIT KUMAR-M-33    IND
—    37-LAIQ AHMED-M-47    IND
—    38-VIJENDER KHARI-M-27    IND
—    39-MOHD SHAFIQ-M-39    IND
—    40-SANJAY KUMAR-M-34    IND
—    41-SUNIL KUMAR-M-38    IND
U05-2-DL-NORTH EAST DELHI    1-JAI PRAKASH AGARWAL-M-64    INC
—    2-HAJI DILSHAD ALI-M-36    BSP
—    3-B.L.SHARMA PREM-M-79    BJP
—    4-ANIS AHMAD ANSARI-M-36    SP
—    5-ISRAR KHAN-M-32    RPIE
—    6-KALIRAM TOMAR-M-48    IJP
—    7-GANESH PAL-M-52    BSKP
—    8-PRAMOD TIWARI-M-45    MBP
—    9-MANOHAR LAL-M-50    AWD
—    10-SUSHIL KUMAR MISHRA-M-35    ABHM
—    11-MOLANA ABDUSSAMI-M-29    IND
—    12-MANAGER CHAURASIYA-M-39    IND
—    13-PROF. R.N. SINGH-M-61    IND
—    14-MOHD. SHEAR NABI CHAMAN-M-49    IND
—    15-SANTOSH DEVI-F-28    IND
—    16-MOHD. HASNAIN-M-50    IND
U05-3-DL-EAST DELHI    1-CHETAN CHAUHAN-M-61    BJP
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—    3-SANDEEP DIKSHIT-M-44    INC
—    4-ABDUL GAFFAR-M-41    LD
—    5-AMIT KUMAR-M-33    SP
—    6-PAWAN KUMAR-M-43    RPI(A)
—    7-BAIJ NATH PRASAD PATHAK-M-60    ABHM
—    8-VIJAY KUMAR SHARMA-M-42    BPD
—    9-SUTAPA CHAKRABORTY-F-49    SHS
—    10-ABDUL RAJJAQ-M-30    IND
—    11-AMAR DASS-M-61    IND
—    12-KUSUM BAHL-F-52    IND
—    13-DR. PREM SINGH-M-52    IND
—    14-RAJ KUMAR JAISWAL-M-47    IND
—    15-RAJ PAL SINGH-M-37    IND
—    16-RAJAN-M-33    IND
—    17-VIKRAM SETH-M-44    IND
U05-4-DL-NEW DELHI    1-AJAY MAKAN-M-45    INC
—    2-TRILOK CHAND SHARMA-M-46    BSP
—    3-VIJAY GOEL-M-45    BJP
—    4-AAMER AHMED MADNI-M-38    SP
—    5-JITENDAR KUMAR GUPTA-M-58    BPC
—    6-NARESH CHANDER PAL-M-38    BSKRP
—    7-NISHA BANO-F-33    ANC
—    8-MAHARAJ KUMAR-M-59    DBP
—    9-MURTAZA PHOOL-M-40    JD(S)
—    10-RAJ KUMAR NAYYAR-M-61    PPOI
—    11-RAJESH KUMAR SABHARWAL-M-41    JMM
—    12-MAJOR SANGEETA TOMAR-F-40    YFE
—    13-SANJEEV KUMAR MISHRA-M-27    RVNP
—    14-SUDHIR KUMAR-M-38    BPD
—    15-SUDHIR GANDOTRA-M-49    THPI
—    16-SUNITA CHAUDHARY-F-30    UWF
—    17-HARENDER-M-28    RKJP
—    18-HARSH MALHOTRA-M-39    JKNPP
—    19-AJAY PRAKASH HARIT-M-42    IND
—    20-ANIL KUMAR GAUTAM-M-37    IND
—    21-ASHUTHOSH KUMAR-M-41    IND
—    22-KAPIL MITRA-M-37    IND
—    23-KARAN KUMAR-M-45    IND
—    24-KRISHAN KUMAR TYAGI-M-53    IND
—    25-GHANSHYAM DASS-M-52    IND
—    26-JAGAT SINGH CHAUHAN-M-50    IND
—    27-DINESH KUMAR-M-50    IND
—    28-PREM NARAYAN KHANDELWAL-M-53    IND
—    29-BHAGWAN DAS-M-54    IND
—    30-B. B. MALHOTRA-M-62    IND
—    31-MANTU-M-26    IND
—    32-RAMESH BHAGWAT-M-60    IND
—    33-LACHHMAN DASS-M-37    IND
—    34-LUKMAN KHAN-M-46    IND
—    35-VED PRAKASH-M-51    IND
—    36-SHIBAN KRISHAN RAZDAN-M-60    IND
—    37-SHIV KUMAR SHAH-M-38    IND
—    38-SAPNA RANI BEHL-F-27    IND
—    39-SURENDER SINGH DABAS-M-44    IND
—    40-HARKRISHAN DAS NIJHAWAN-M-45    IND
U05-5-DL-NORTH WEST DELHI    1-KIRSHNA TIRATH-F-54    INC
—    2-MEERA KANWARIA-F-59    BJP
—    3-RAKESH HANS-M-49    BSP
—    4-ARVIND KATARIA-M-38    AIBS
—    5-GEETA-F-34    RPI(A)
—    6-PAPPU SAGAR-M-37    IJP
—    7-BABU LAL-M-46    ASP
—    8-MATHURA PASWAN-M-55    CPIMLL
—    9-DR. MILIND BHARTI-M-39    NELU
—    10-RAM KUMAR-M-52    BPC
—    11-SUNIL KUMAR PARCHHA-M-33    SP
—    12-HOTI LAL GANDHI-M-39    BSKRP
—    13-INDER SINGH-M-46    IND
—    14-DHARAM SINGH PARCHA-M-60    IND
—    15-NARENDER PAL KASHYAP-M-49    IND
—    16-HARBANS LAL-M-46    IND
U05-6-DL-WEST DELHI    1-PROF. JAGDISH MUKHI-M-66    BJP
—    2-DEEPAK BHARDWAJ-M-58    BSP
—    3-MAHABAL MISHRA-M-54    INC
—    4-KRISHAN KUMAR SHARMA-M-65    BSKRP
—    5-POONAM KUMARI SRIVASTAVA-F-51    JBP
—    6-BAL KISHAN PAL-M-45    RALP
—    7-SHYAM SUNDER JAIN-M-39    SP
—    8-SUKHMENDER SINGH-M-54    RPI(A)
—    9-DINESH JAIN-M-63    IND
—    10-NIRMALA SHARMA-F-62    IND
—    11-RAJESH SINHA-M-34    IND
—    12-RAM KUMAR DABRIWAL-M-48    IND
—    13-SUDARSHAN SINGH-M-32    IND
—    14-SUVASH KUMAR CHOUDHARY-M-35    IND
—    15-HAR GOBIND ARORA-M-37    IND
U05-7-DL-SOUTH DELHI    1-KANWAR SINGH TANWAR-M-47    BSP
—    2-RAMESH KUMAR-M-53    INC
—    3-RAMESH BIDHURI-M-47    BJP
—    4-SHRICHAND TANWAR-M-63    CPI
—    5-A.K. GUPTA-M-48    SP
—    6-S.F. PURUSHOTTAM-M-58    LKJP
—    7-BALMUKUND PANDEY-M-46    RJAP
—    8-RAM SIRJAN BHAGAT-M-45    LPSP
—    9-SANTOSH TRIPATHI-M-34    YVP
—    10-HEMA MOHAN-F-33    RKJP
—    11-KANTA PINGOLIA-F-36    IND
—    12-BIRJU NAYAK-M-33    IND
—    13-MOHD. USMAN SIDDIQUI-M-35    IND
—    14-SIYA NAND MANDAL-M-43    IND
—    15-WING COMMANDER SURJIT SINGH-M-65    IND
U06-1-LD-Lakshadweep    1-MUHAMMED HAMDULLA SAYEED A.B-M-26    INC
—    2-DR. P. POOKUNHIKOYA-M-60    NCP
—    3-DR. K P MUTHUKOYA-M-57    BJP
—    4-LUKMANUL HAKEEM-M-32    CPM
U07-1-PY-Puducherry    1-RAMADASS. M-M-59    PMK
—    2-M. SOMASUNDARAM-M-48    BSP
—    3-NARAYANASAMY-M-61    INC
—    4-VISWESWARAN. M-M-56    BJP
—    5-K.A.U. ASANAA-M-54    DMDK
—    6-S. GOVINDASAMY-M-59    KDC
—    7-S. GNANAVEL-M-38    JMM
—    8-S. BALASUBRAMANIAN-M-50    CPI(ML)(L)
—    9-PRADEEP ANIRUDDH-M-29    PPOI
—    10-A. RAJASEKAR-M-27    LJP
—    11-ARUNACHALAM. K-M-32    IND
—    12-V. RAJENDRAN-M-40    IND
—    13-V. RAMAMURTHY-M-45    IND
—    14-KALIAMURTHY. K-M-40    IND
—    15-V. SARAVANAN-M-36    IND
—    16-M. CHITTIBABU-M-32    IND
—    17-SIVARAMAN. V-M-32    IND
—    18-G. SUBRAMANIYAN-M-36    IND
—    19-A. SENKADIR-M-35    IND
—    20-I.M. SEKAR-M-46    IND
—    21-MUPPADAI MATHIMAHARAJA-M-45    IND
—    22-DR. R. NARAYANAN-M-59    IND
—    23-MANIMARAN-M-31    IND
—    24-MOHAMED YOUSUF. S.A-M-46    IND
—    25-MURUGAIYAN. K.S-M-42    IND
—    26-V. LINGAMURTHY-M-60    IND
—    27-P. VIJAYABASKAR-M-32    IND
—    28-VEERAMUTHU. A-M-34    IND

India’s 2009 General Elections: How drastically will the vote-share of political parties change from 2004?

Close to 389 million valid votes were cast in India’s previous General Election in 2004 to the 14th Lok Sabha, according to  the Election Commission’s volume STATISTICAL REPORT ON GENERAL ELECTIONS, 2004 TO THE 14th LOK SABHA VOLUME III (DETAILS FOR ASSEMBLY SEGMENTS OF PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCIES).

Unfortunately, the Election Commission, like the Government of India in general,  remains extremely uncomfortable with using  Excel or any spreadsheets at all, and hence much of the information they provide remains unproductive — reflecting, I am afraid,  rather obsolescent technology and organisation and management. From an Excel spreadsheet I have had to create for myself using EC data, my calculations give the following breakdown of the votes received in 2004 by most of the larger political parties:

2004 Lok Sabha Elections
ADMK    AllIndiaAnnaDravidaMunnetraKazhagam       8,547,014
AGP    AsomGanaParishad                    2,069,600
AIFB    AllIndiaForwardBloc                    1,365,055
AITC    AllIndiaTrinamoolCongress                    7,863,220
BJD    BijuJanataDal                    5,082,849
BJP    BharatiyaJanataParty                    86,181,116
BSP    BahujanSamajParty                    21,037,968
CPI    CommunistPartyofIndia                    5,484,111
CPI(ML)(L)    CommunistPartyofIndia(Marxist-Leninist)(Liberation)                    1,280,240
CPM    CommunistPartyofIndia(Marxist)                    22,065,283
DMK    DravidaMunnetraKazhagam                    7,064,393
INC    IndianNationalCongress                    103,118,475
IND    Independents                    16,523,857
INLD    IndianNationalLokDal                    1,918,943
JD(S)    JanataDal(Secular)                    5,732,296
JD(U)    JanataDal(United)                    9,129,366
JMM    JharkhandMuktiMorcha                    1,846,843
MDMK    MarumalarchiDravidaMunnetraKazhagam                    1,679,870
PMK    PattaliMakkalKatchi                    2,169,020
NCP    NationalistCongressParty                    7,019,236
RJD    RashtriyaJanataDal                    9,384,147
RLD    RashtriyaLokDal                    2,463,603
RSP    RevolutionarySocialistParty                    1,689,794
SAD    ShiromaniAkaliDal                    3,506,681
SHS    ShivSena                    7,050,432
SP    SamajwadiParty                    16,822,902
TDP    TeluguDesam                    11,844,811
TRS    TelanganaRashtraSamithi                    2,441,405

That accounts for 372,382,530.  The precise total of valid votes that I get by tabulating EC data using my spreadsheet is 388,920,557.  The EC itself reports in the very same document a total of 388,672,504.  The percentage difference is close enough to zero but it should be zero itself; I shall be delighted if my spreadsheet’s total is the incorrect one somehow, even though it uses the EC’s own data; but it does lead me to ask: “Who, if anyone, audits the Election Commission’s numerical calculations and vote tallies?  Why  is India’s ordinary public not informed about all this and other processes of the Election Commission perfectly transparently as a matter of routine?  Is reform necessary of the processes and procedures of the Election Commission itself?”.

(Incidentally, the slight discrepancy in the totals could have arisen perhaps because my spreadsheet does, correctly, include the relatively small number of postal ballots, whereas the EC’s total possibly has not done.)

Raw votes  like those described above do not of course translate directly into seats in Parliament but even so they indicate the state of popular political opinion in 2004. By how much will that popular opinion be found to have changed in 2009?  How will demographic changes, and the delimitation exercise that has redrawn constituencies, affect the new outcomes?  These are the kind of grown-up adult questions to ask  yourself if you get bored with the endless pretentious waffle that emerges from our talking-heads on TV  etc regarding the ongoing election.

Notice too the 16.5 million people of India who voted in 2004 for Independents!  What on earth has made Dr Manmohan Singh recently initiate an absurd debate against them?

Here below as well is the full list of  all parties that were in contention in 2004; if you want to know the vote-share any of them received according to my spreadsheet, send in a comment to this post and I shall try to respond.  Better still, look up the EC volume mentioned and create your own spreadsheet from its data, and tell me how accurate mine is.  (But beware, the spreadsheet will have some 60,000 rows to start with!)

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

List of parties in 2004

AB AkhandBharti
ABCD(A)    AkhilBharatiyaCongressDal(Ambedkar)
ABDBM    AkhilBharatiyaDeshBhaktMorcha
ABHM    AkhilBharatHinduMahasabha
ABHS    AkhilBharatiyaSena
ABJS    AkhilBharatiyaJanSangh
ABLTASJM    AkhilBharatiyaLokTantrikAlp-SankhyakJanMorcha
ABLTP    AkhilBharatiyaLoktantraParty
ABRAHP    AkhilBharatiyaRashtriyaAzadHindParty
ABRS    AkhilBharatiyaRajaryaSabha
AC    ArunachalCongress
AD    ApnaDal
ADMK    AllIndiaAnnaDravidaMunnetraKazhagam
AGP    AsomGanaParishad
AIFB    AllIndiaForwardBloc
AIMF    AllIndiaMinoritiesFront
AIMIM    AllIndiaMajlis-E-IttehadulMuslimeen
AITC    AllIndiaTrinamoolCongress
AJSU    AllJharkhandStudentsUnion
AKMDMP    AllKeralaM.G.R.DravidaMunnetraParty
AMB    AmraBangalee
ANC    AmbedkarNationalCongress
AP    AwamiParty
ARP    AmbedkaristRepublicanParty
ASDC    AutonomousStateDemandCommittee
ASP    AmbedkarSamajParty
BBM    BharipaBahujanMahasangha
BBP    BharatiyaBackwardParty
BED    BharatiyaEktaDal
BEP    BharatiyaEklavyaParty
BGTD    BharatiyaGaonTajDal
BJD    BijuJanataDal
BJP    BharatiyaJanataParty
BJVP    BharatiyaJanvadiParty
BKD    BahujanKisanDal
BKLJP    BharatKiLokJimmedarParty
BKRP    BharatKrantiRakshakParty
BLKD    BharatiyaLokKalyanDal
BLP    BharatiyaLabourParty
BMP(AI)    BharatiyaMuhabbatParty(AllIndia)
BMSM    BharatiyaMinoritiesSurakshaMahasangh
BMVP    BharatiyaManavataVikasParty
BNP    BharatiyaNavshaktiparty
BNRP    BharatiyaNagrikParty
BPSGKD    BharatiyaPrajatantrikShudhGandhiwadiKrishakDal
BPSP    BiharPeople’sParty
BPTP    BharatiyaPrajatantraParty
BRP    BharatiyaRashtravadiPaksha
BRPP    BharatiyaRepublicanPaksha
BSDP    BhartiSarvadarshiParishad
BSJM    BharatiyaSurajyaManch
BSK    BharatiyaSarvkalayanKrantiDal
BSP    BahujanSamajParty
BVP    BahujanVikasParty
CPI    CommunistPartyofIndia
CPI(ML)(L)    CommunistPartyofIndia(Marxist-Leninist)(Liberation)
CPM    CommunistPartyofIndia(Marxist)
CSP    ChhattisgarhiSamajParty
DBP    DeshBhaktParty
DBSP    DemocraticBharatiyaSamajParty
DMK    DravidaMunnetraKazhagam
EKD(UP)    EktaKrantiDalU.P.
ES    EktaShakti
EU    EphraimUnion
FCI    FederalCongressofIndia
FPM    FederalPartyofManipur
GGP    GondvanaGantantraParty
HEAP    HinduEktaAndolanParty
HJP    HindustanJantaParty
HM    HindMorcha
HVP    HaryanaVikasParty
IBSP    IndianBahujanSamajwadiParty
IFDP    IndianFederalDemocraticParty
IJP    IndianJusticeParty
INC    IndianNationalCongress
IND    Independent
INL    IndianNationalLeague
INLD    IndianNationalLokDal
JCP    JanChetnaParty
JD(S)    JanataDal(Secular)
JD(U)    JanataDal(United)
JDP    JharkhandDisomParty
JHP    JaiHindParty
JHSP    JanhitSamajParty
JJ    JebamaniJanata
JKAL    JammuAndKashmirAwamiLeague
JKN    Jammu&KashmirNationalConference
JKNPP    Jammu&KashmirNationalPanthersParty
JKP    JharkhandParty
JKP(N)    JharkhandParty(Naren)
JKPDP    Jammu&KashmirPeoplesDemocraticParty
JKPP    JharkhandPeople’sParty
JMM    JharkhandMuktiMorcha
JMP    JanmangalPaksh
JP    JanataParty
JSP    JansattaParty
JUM    JanaUnnayanMancha
JVP    JanataVikasParty
KEC    KeralaCongress
KEC(M)    KeralaCongress(M)
KKJHS    KrantiKariJaiHindSena
KMM    KrantikariManuwadiMorcha
KNDP    KannadaNaduParty
KSVP    KrantikariSamyavadiParty
KVSP    KosiVikasParty
LBP    LokBhalaiParty
LCP    LoktantrikChetnaParty
LJNSP    LokJanShaktiParty
LP(S)    LabourParty(Secular)
LPI(V)    LabourPartyOfIndia(V.V.Prasad)
LPSP    LokpriyaSamajParty
LRP    LokRajyaParty
LSD    LokSewaDal
LSWP    LoktantrikSamajwadiParty
MAG    MaharashtrawadiGomantak
MB(S)P    MoolBharati(S)Party
MBT    MajlisBachaoTahreek
MC    MominConference
MCO    MarxistCo-Ordination
MCPI(S)    MarxistCommunistPartyofIndia(S.S.Srivastava)
MDMK    MarumalarchiDravidaMunnetraKazhagam
MJM    ManavJagritiManch
MNF    MizoNationalFront
MNVP    ManuvadiParty
MPP    ManipurPeople’sParty
MRRC    MaharashtraRajivCongress
MRS    MudirajRashtriyaSamithi
MUL    MuslimLeagueKeralaStateCommittee
NBNP    NavbharatNirmanParty
NCP    NationalistCongressParty
NLP    NationalLoktantrikParty
NMNP    NidayaMalik(N)Party
NPF    NagalandPeoplesFront
NPF    NagalandPeoplesFront
NSP    NationalStudentsParty
NSSP    NiswarthSewaParty
NSTP    NaariShaktiParty
NTRTDP(LP)    NTRTeluguDesamParty(LakshmiParvathi)
PBLP    PhuleBhartiLokParty
PBRML    PaschimBangaRajyaMuslimLeague
PDP    PeoplesDemocraticParty
PDS    PartyforDemocraticSocialism
PHSP    PichhraSamajParty
PMK    PattaliMakkalKatchi
PMP    ParmarthParty
PMSP    PragatisheelManavSamajParty
PP    PrajaParty
PPOI    PyramidPartyofIndia
PRBP    PeoplesRepublicanParty
PRCP    PrabuddhaRepublicanParty
PRP    PanchayatRajParty
PSJP    ParivartanSamajParty
PTSS    ProutistSarvaSamajParty
PWPI    PeasantsAndWorkersPartyofIndia
RCP    RashtravadiCommunistParty
RCPI(R)    RevolutionaryCommunistPartyofIndia(RasikBhatt)
RGD    RashtriyaGaribDal
RHD    RashtriyaHamaraDal
RJAP    RashtriyaJanadhikarParty
RJD    RashtriyaJanataDal
RJVP    RajasthanVikasParty
RKSP    RashtriyaKrantikariSamajwadiParty
RLD    RashtriyaLokDal
RLD    RashtriyaLokDal
RLSM    RashtriyaLokSevaMorcha
RPD    RashtriyaParivartanDal
RPI    RepublicanPartyofIndia
RPI(A)    RepublicanPartyofIndia(A)
RPI(D)    RepublicanPartyOfIndia(Democratic)
RPI(KH)    RepublicanPartyOfIndia(Khobragade)
RSBP    RashtriyaSwabhimaanParty
RSD    RashtriyaSawarnDal
RSGP    RashtriyaGarimaParty
RSKP    RashtriyaSakarParty
RSMD    RashtriyaSamantaDal
RSNP    RashtriyaSamajikNayakPaksha
RSP    RevolutionarySocialistParty
RSP    RevolutionarySocialistParty
RSPS    RashtriyaSamajPaksha
RVNP    RashtravadiJanataParty
RVP    RashtriyaVikasParty
SAD    ShiromaniAkaliDal
SAD(M)    ShiromaniAkaliDal(SimranjitSinghMann)
SAP    SamataParty
SBS    ShikshitBerozgarSena
SBSP    SuheldevBhartiyaSamajParty
SDF    SikkimDemocraticFront
SDP    SocialisticDemocraticParty
SHRP    SikkimHimaliRajyaParishad
SHS    Shivsena
SHS    Shivsena
SHSP    ShoshitSamajParty
SJP(R)    SamajwadiJanataParty(Rashtriya)
SLAP    SocialActionParty
SLP(L)    SocialistParty(Lohia)
SMSP    SamataSamajParty
SP    SamajwadiParty
SP    SamajwadiParty
SPI    SecularPartyofIndia
SPVD    SampurnaVikasDal
SSD    ShoshitSamajDal
SSJP    SanatanSamajParty
SSP    SikkimSangramParishad
SVRP    ShivrajyaParty
SVSP    SavarnSamajParty
SWD    SwarajDal
SWJP    SamajwadiJanParishad
TDK    TamilDesiyakKatchi
TDP    TeluguDesam
TNGP    TrinamoolGanaParishad
TRS    TelanganaRashtraSamithi
UGDP    UnitedGoansDemocraticParty
UKKD    UttarakhandKrantiDal
UMFA    UnitedMinoritiesFront,Assam
USYP    UrsSamyukthaPaksha
VJC    VidharbhaJanataCongress
VJP    VijetaParty
VP    VikasParty
VRP    VidharbhaRajyaParty
YGP    YuvaGantantraParty
YSP    YouthandStudentsParty

What is Christine Fair referring to? Would the MEA kindly seek to address what she has claimed asap?

Almost three years ago when the Baloch leader Nawab Bugti was killed by bombardment during the Musharraf-regime, I was moved to research and write a short analysis of Balochistan for the first time. I said inter alia

“because there are two million Balochis in Iranian Balochistan, Pakistan’s Balochi nationalists have had a declared enemy to their west in the Iranian Government ~ the Pahlevi regime even provided Italian-made American Huey helicopter gunships with Iranian pilots to help Bhutto crush the Baloch rebellions of the early 1970s. In fact, Balochi rebels have had no military allies except the pre-communist Government of Afghanistan under Daud, who ‘ordered the establishment of a training camp at Qandahar for Baloch liberation fighters. Between 10,000 and 15,000 Baloch youths were trained and armed there’ (R Anwar, The Tragedy of Afghanistan 1988, p. 78). The Governments of India or the United States lack motivation or capability to help, and Balochistan may be doomed to becoming a large human rights/genocidal disaster of the next decade. An independent Balochistan may be unviable, being overwhelmed by its riches while having too small, uneducated and backward a population of its own, and powerful greedy neighbours on either side… Today, the Pashtun of Pakistan and Afghanistan (as well as perhaps Sindhis of Baloch origin) may be the only interlocutors who can prevent a genocide and mediate a peace between Balochi nationalists and Musharraf’s ruthless Punjabi military-businessmen determined to colonize Balochistan completely with Chinese help, effectively subsidising their misgovernance elsewhere with Balochistan’s riches…”

Raja Anwar had been a close friend and associate of ZA Bhutto, the founder of Pakistan’s ruling party,  and his book on Afghanistan published 20 years ago is required reading.

The wonders of the Internet sent me back to this subject a few days ago when a Pakistani website claimed that the American analyst Dr Christine Fair of RAND said she had visited an Indian consulate in Zahedan, Iran, and alleged to her interlocutors that the consulate was “not issuing visas as the main activity” .

Dr Fair’s reported words seemed to me to be surprising, so I wrote to her seeking a confirmation that she had been quoted correctly, when the Pakistani website very kindly sent me the link to her words at a recent gathering of American and British observers discussing Pakistan.  This is what Dr Fair said at that gathering on this topic (emphasis added):

“I think it would be a mistake to completely disregard Pakistan’s regional perceptions due to doubts about Indian competence in executing covert operations. That misses the point entirely. And I think it is unfair to dismiss the notion that Pakistan’s apprehensions about Afghanistan stem in part from its security competition with India. Having visited the Indian mission in Zahedan, Iran, I can assure you they are not issuing visas as the main activity! Moreover, India has run operations from its mission in Mazar (through which it supported the Northern Alliance) and is likely doing so from the other consulates it has reopened in Jalalabad and Qandahar along the border. Indian officials have told me privately that they are pumping money into Baluchistan. Kabul has encouraged India to engage in provocative activities such as using the Border Roads Organization to build sensitive parts of the Ring Road and use the Indo-Tibetan police force for security. It is also building schools on a sensitive part of the border in Kunar–across from Bajaur. Kabul’s motivations for encouraging these activities are as obvious as India’s interest in engaging in them. Even if by some act of miraculous diplomacy the territorial issues were to be resolved, Pakistan would remain an insecure state. Given the realities of the subcontinent (e.g., India’s rise and its more effective foreign relations with all of Pakistan’s near and far neighbors), these fears are bound to grow, not lessen. This suggests that without some means of compelling Pakistan to abandon its reliance upon militancy, it will become ever more interested in using it — and the militants will likely continue to proliferate beyond Pakistan’s control.”

Now I have nothing to do with the Government of India and have no idea about the evidence relating to the precise facts being alleged here. But I do have some circumstantial evidence as well as  a personal reason to be curious, as my father was an Indian diplomat in Tehran during 1954-1957 and I was in fact born there.

I recalled him having told me he had travelled in that region and today he confirmed that he had in fact, from the Tehran Embassy as part of his official duties as Commercial Secretary and Consul, visited what was then an Indian Vice-Consulate at Zahedan, peopled by a single Indian Vice-Consul with whom he had spent two days.

That was more than 50 years ago — so the “Indian mission” that Dr Fair said she visited in Zahedan is far from being anything new whatsoever. In fact, I would predict it was probably something that existed during British India too and that it was precisely an outpost of British India issuing visas for anyone headed towards Quetta in what was then British Baluchistan.

Could the Consulate be upto anything else?  Hmmm, let’s see, how about assisting in the complex overall discussions, now apparently stalled or aborted, between Iran, Pakistan and India over the gas pipeline perhaps?

In other words, there might be any number of perfectly legitimate reasons for India to be represented in Zahedan as it has been for more than half a century — the allegation contained in the American discussion of India fomenting trouble for Pakistan in Balochistan may be entirely baseless.

Did India once support the Northern Alliance? Of course, as did Iran too, but that was all pre 9/11 during the extended Afghan civil war before the toppling of the Mullah Umar Government by the Northern Alliance allied with the United States! That is wholly a separate thing from any claim that India from Iranian soil has caused trouble in Balochistan.

Such an aspersion coming from such a source would be easily and delightedly picked up by those in Pakistan looking for exogenous explanations of their problems.   For example, if you watch the video of the ghastly murder of the Polish engineer Piotr Stanczak by the Pakistani Taliban, you will find a demented Pakistani commentator in the background disclaiming any Pakistani responsibility for it saying instead it was all India’s fault and India has been financing the Pakistani Taliban with “billions”!   (Postcript June 8 2009: Jemima Khan reported a few days ago: “Pakistan pulsates with conspiracy theories. One, which has made it into the local newspapers, is that the Taliban when caught and stripped were revealed to have been “intact, not Muslims”, a euphemism for uncircumcised. (Pakistanis are big on euphemisms.) Their beards were stuck on with glue. “Foreign elements” (India) are suspected.”)

Such is the extent of the psychosis.  “Delta Dawn, what’s that flower you have on…?”

The Government of India obviously needs to address Dr Fair’s claim and seek to squarely refute what she has said in these remarks.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

India’s 2009 General Elections: Result of Delimitation — Old (2004) and New (2009) Lok Sabha and Assembly Constituencies

I have not found anything in the public domain from the Election Commission or Parliament or the Delimitation Commission  or the press which compares the Old (2004) and New (2009) Lok Sabha and Assembly Constituencies.  Hence I have had to create my own lists (based on EC raw data) and they are published here in the public interest.    Please note the order of the States is slightly different in both lists.  Please check with the EC’s raw data before any operational use.

As I have said elsewhere, even if everyone voted in exactly the same way in 2009 as in 2004 (and there were zero demographic changes), the new constituencies would have resulted in different outcomes marginally, and most probably in aggregate as well.

Subroto Roy, Kolkata

2004 Lok Sabha and Assembly Constituencies (Old)

AP    SRIKAKULAM    1
Ichapuram    1
Sompeta    2
Tekkali    3
HarishchandraPuram    4
Narasannapeta    5
Amadalavalasa    15
Srikakulam    16
AP    PARVATHIPURAM    2
Patapatnam    6
Kothuru    7
Naguru    8
Parvathipuram    9
Salur    10
Vunukuru    13
Palakonda    14
AP    BOBBILI    3
Bobbili    11
Therlam    12
Etcherla    17
Cheepurupalli    18
Gajapathinagaram    19
Vizianagaram    20
Sathivada    21
AP    VISAKHAPATNAM    4
Bhogapuram    22
Bheemunipatnam    23
VisakhapatnamI    24
VisakhapatnamII    25
Pendurthi    26
Uttarapalli    27
Srungavarapukota    28
AP    BHADRACHALAM    5
Paderu    29
Chintapalli    37
Yellavaram    38
Gopalpuram    71
Polavaram    73
Bhadrachalam    274
Burgampahad    275
AP    ANAKAPALLI    6
Madugula    30
Chodavaram    31
Anakapalli    32
Paravada    33
Elamanchili    34
Payakaraopeta    35
Narsipatnam    36
AP    KAKINADA    7
Jaggampeta    42
Peddapuram    43
Prathipadu    44
Tuni    45
Pithapuram    46
Sampara    47
Kakinada    48
AP    RAJAHMUNDRY    8
Burugupudi    39
Rajahmundry    40
Kadiam    41
Anaparthy    50
Ramachandrapuram    51
Alamuru    52
Kovvur    72
AP    AMALAPURAM    9
Tallarevu    49
Mummidivaram    53
Allavaram    54
Amalapuram    55
Kothapeta    56
Nagaram    57
Razole    58
AP    NARASAPUR    10
Narasapur    59
Palacole    60
Achanta    61
Bhimavaram    62
Undi    63
Penugonda    64
Attili    66
AP    ELURU    11
Tanuku    65
Tadepalligudem    67
Ungutur    68
Dendulur    69
Eluru    70
Chintalapudi    74
Kaikalur    87
AP    MACHILIPATNAM    12
Nuzvid    82
Gannavaram    83
Vuyyur    84
Gudivada    85
Mudinepalli    86
Malleswaram    88
Bandar    89
AP    VIJAYAWADA    13
Jaggayyapet    75
Nandigama    76
VijayawadaWest    77
VijayawadaEast    78
Kankipadu    79
Mylavaram    80
Tiruvuru    81
AP    TENALI    14
Nidumolu    90
Avanigadda    91
Repalle    93
Vemur    94
Duggirala    95
Tenali    96
Mangalagiri    102
AP    GUNTUR    15
Prathipad    99
GunturI    100
GunturII    101
Tadikonda    103
Sattenapalli    104
Peddakurapadu    105
Chilakaluripet    110
AP    BAPATLA    16
Kuchinapudi    92
Ponnur    97
Bapatla    98
Chirala    111
Parchur    112
Martur    113
Addanki    114
AP    NARASARAOPET    17
Gurzala    106
Macherla    107
Vinukonda    108
Narasaraopet    109
Cumbum    120
Darsi    121
Markapur    122
AP    ONGOLE    18
Ongole    115
Santhanuthalapadu    116
Kandukur    117
Kanigiri    118
Kondepi    119
Udayagiri    124
Kavali    125
AP    NELLORE    19
Allur    126
Kovur    127
Atmakur    128
Rapur    129
Nellore    130
Sarvepalli    131
Gudur    132
AP    TIRUPATHI    20
Sulurpet    133
Venkatagiri    134
SriKalahasti    135
Satyavedu    136
Nagari    137
Puttur    138
Tirupathi    149
AP    CHITTOOR    21
Vepanjeri    139
Chittoor    140
Palmaner    141
Kuppam    142
Punganur    143
Pileru    147
Chandragiri    148
AP    RAJAMPET    22
Madanpalle    144
Thamballapalle    145
Vayalpad    146
Kodur    150
Rajampet    151
Rayachoty    152
Lakkireddipalli    153
AP    CUDDAPAH    23
Cuddapah    154
Badvel    155
Mydukur    156
Proddatur    157
Jammalamadugu    158
Kamalapuram    159
Pulivendla    160
AP    HINDUPUR    24
Kadiri    161
Nallamada    162
Gorantla    163
Hindupur    164
Madakasira    165
Penukonda    166
Dharmavaram    173
AP    ANANTAPUR    25
Kalyandrug    167
Rayadrug    168
Uravakonda    169
Gooty    170
Singanamala    171
Anantapur    172
Tadpatri    174
AP    KURNOOL    26
Alur    175
Adoni    176
Yemmiganur    177
Kodumur    178
Kurnool    179
Pattikonda    180
Dhone    181
AP    NANDYAL    27
Giddalur    123
Koilkuntla    182
Allagadda    183
Panyam    184
Nandikotkur    185
Nandyal    186
Atmakur    187
AP    NAGARKURNOOL    28
Achampet    188
Nagarkurnool    189
Kalwakurthi    190
Shadnagar    191
Jadcherla    192
Kollapur    195
Pargi    203
AP    MAHABUBNAGAR    29
Mahbubnagar    193
Wanaparthy    194
Alampur    196
Gadwal    197
Amarchinta    198
Makthal    199
Kodangal    200
AP    HYDERABAD    30
Tandur    201
Vicarabad    202
Chevella    204
Karwan    215
Yakutpura    216
Chandrayangutta    217
Charminar    218
AP    SECUNDERABAD    31
Musheerabad    206
Himayatnagar    207
Sanathnagar    208
Secunderabad    209
Khairatabad    210
Asafnagar    213
Maharajgunj    214
AP    SIDDIPET    32
SecunderabadCantonment    211
Medchal    219
Siddipet    220
Dommat    221
Gajwel    222
Narsapur    223
Ramayampet    228
AP    MEDAK    33
Sangareddy    224
Zahirabad    225
Narayankhed    226
Medak    227
Andole    229
Kamareddy    232
Yellareddy    233
AP    NIZAMABAD    34
Balkonda    230
Armoor    231
Jukkal    234
Banswada    235
Bodhan    236
Nizamabad    237
Dichpalli    238
AP    ADILABAD    35
Mudhole    239
Nirmal    240
Boath    241
Adilabad    242
Khanapur    243
Asifabad    244
Sirpur    246
AP    PEDDAPALLI    36
Luxettipet    245
Chinnur    247
Manthani    248
Peddapalli    249
Myadaram    250
Huzurabad    251
Indurthi    253
AP    KARIMNAGAR    37
Karimnagar    254
Choppadandi    255
Jagtial    256
Buggaram    257
Metpalli    258
Sircilla    259
Narella    260
AP    HANAMKONDA    38
Kamalapur    252
Cheriyal    261
Jangaon    262
Ghanpur    268
Hanamkonda    270
Shyampet    271
Parkal    272
AP    WARANGAL    39
Chennur    263
Dornakal    264
Mahbubabad    265
Narsampet    266
Wardhannapet    267
Warangal    269
Mulug    273
AP    KHAMMAM    40
Kothagudem    276
Sathupalli    277
Madhira    278
Palair    279
Khammam    280
Shujatnagar    281
Yellandu    282
AP    NALGONDA    41
Ibrahimpatnam    205
Malakpet    212
Nalgonda    289
Alair    291
Bhongir    292
Mungode    293
Deverkonda    294
AP    MIRYALGUDA    42
Tungaturthi    283
Suryapet    284
Kodad    285
Miryalguda    286
Chalakurthi    287
Nakrekal    288
Ramannapet    290
AR    ARUNACHALWEST    1
Lumla    1
Tawang    2
Mukto    3
Dirang    4
Kalaktang    5
ThrizinoBuragaon    6
Bomdila    7
Bameng    8
Chayangtajo    9
SeppaEast    10
SeppaWest    11
PakkeKasang    12
Itanagar    13
Doimukh    14
Sagalee    15
Yachuli    16
ZiroHapoli    17
Palin    18
Nyapin    19
Tali    20
Koloriang    21
Nacho    22
Taliha    23
Daporijo    24
Raga    25
Damporijo    26
Liromoba    27
Likabali    28
Basar    29
AlongWest    30
AlongEast    31
Rumgong    32
Mechuka    33
AR    ARUNACHALEAST    2
TutingYinkgkiong    34
Pangin    35
NariKoyu    36
PasighatWest    37
PasighatEast    38
Mebo    39
MariyangGeku    40
Anini    41
Dambuk    42
Roing    43
Tezu    44
Hayuliang    45
Chowkham    46
Namsai    47
Lekang    48
BordumsaDiyum    49
Miao    50
Nampong    51
ChanglangSouth    52
ChanglangNorth    53
Namsang    54
KhonsaEast    55
KhonsaWest    56
BorduriaBogapani    57
Kanubari    58
LongdingPumao    59
PongchaoWakka    60
AS    KARIMGANJ    1
Ratabari    1
Patharkandi    2
KarimganjNorth    3
KarimganjSouth    4
Badarpur    5
Hailakandi    6
Katlicherra    7
Algapur    8
AS    SILCHAR    2
Silchar    9
Sonai    10
Dholai    11
Udharbond    12
Lakhipur    13
Barkhola    14
Katigora    15
AS    AUTONOMOUSDISTRICT    3
Haflong    16
Bokajan    17
Howraghat    18
Diphu    19
Baithalangso    20
AS    DHUBRI    4
Mankachar    21
SalmaraSouth    22
Dhubri    23
Gauripur    24
Golakganj    25
BilasiparaWest    26
BilasiparaEast    27
GoalparaEast    37
GoalparaWest    38
Jaleswar    39
AS    KOKRAJHAR    5
Gossaigaon    28
KokrajharWest    29
KokrajharEast    30
Sidli    31
Bijni    33
Sorbhog    40
Bhabanipur    41
Tamulpur    58
Barama    62
Chapaguri    63
AS    BARPETA    6
Bongaigaon    32
AbhayapuriNorth    34
AbhayapuriSouth    35
Patacharkuchi    42
Barpeta    43
Jania    44
Baghbar    45
Sarukhetri    46
Chenga    47
Dharmapur    61
AS    GAUHATI    7
Dudhnai    36
Boko    48
Chaygaon    49
Palasbari    50
Jalukbari    51
Dispur    52
GauhatiEast    53
GauhatiWest    54
Hajo    55
Barkhetry    60
AS    MANGALDOI    8
Kamalpur    56
Rangiya    57
Nalbari    59
Panery    64
Kalaigaon    65
Sipajhar    66
Mangaldoi    67
Dalgaon    68
Udalguri    69
Majbat    70
AS    TEZPUR    9
Dhekiajuli    71
Barchalla    72
Tezpur    73
Rangapara    74
Sootea    75
Biswanath    76
Behali    77
Gohpur    78
Bihpuria    109
AS    NOWGONG    10
Jagiroad    79
Marigaon    80
Laharighat    81
Raha    82
Nowgong    86
Barhampur    87
Jamunamukh    90
Hojai    91
Lumding    92
AS    KALIABOR    11
Dhing    83
Batadroba    84
Rupohihat    85
Samaguri    88
Kaliabor    89
Bokakhat    93
Sarupathar    94
Golaghat    95
Khumtai    96
Dergaon    97
AS    JORHAT    12
Jorhat    98
Titabar    100
Mariani    101
Teok    102
Amguri    103
Nazira    104
Mahmara    105
Sonari    106
Thowra    107
Sibsagar    108
AS    DIBRUGARH    13
Moran    115
Dibrugarh    116
Lahowal    117
Duliajan    118
Tingkhong    119
Naharkatia    120
Tinsukia    122
Digboi    123
Margherita    124
AS    LAKHIMPUR    14
Majuli    99
Naoboicha    110
Lakhimpur    111
Dhakuakhana    112
Dhemaji    113
Jonai    114
Chabua    121
DoomDooma    125
Sadiya    126
BR    BAGAHA    1
Dhanaha    1
Bagha    2
Ramnagar    3
Shikarpur    4
Sikta    5
Lauria    6
BR    BETTIAH    2
Chanpatia    7
Bettiah    8
Nautan    9
Raxaul    10
Sugauli    11
Adapur    13
BR    MOTIHARI    3
Motihari    12
Madhuban    16
Pipra    17
Kesariya    18
Harsidhi    19
Gobindganj    20
BR    GOPALGANJ    4
Kateya    21
Bhore    22
Mirganj    23
Gopalganj    24
Barauli    25
Baikunthpur    26
BR    SIWAN    5
Goreakothi    28
Siwan    29
Mairwa    30
Darauli    31
Ziradei    32
Raghunathpur    34
BR    MAHARAJGANJ    6
Basantpur    27
Maharajganj    33
Manjhi    35
Baniapur    36
Masrakh    37
Jalalpur    40
BR    CHAPRA    7
Taraiya    38
Marhaura    39
Chapra    41
Garkha    42
Parsa    43
Sonepur    44
BR    HAJIPUR    8
Hajipur    45
Raghopur    46
Mahnar    47
Jandaha    48
Patepur    49
Mahua    50
BR    VAISHALI    9
Lalganj    51
Vaishali    52
Paru    53
Sahebganj    54
Baruraj    55
Kanti    56
BR    MUZAFFARPUR    10
Kurhani    57
Sakra    58
Muzaffarpur    59
Bochaha    60
Gaighatti    61
Minapur    63
BR    SITAMARHI    11
Aurai    62
Runisaidpur    64
Sitamarhi    67
Sonbarsa    70
Sursand    71
Pupri    72
BR    SHEOHAR    12
Dhaka    14
Ghorasahan    15
Belsand    65
Sheohar    66
Bathnaha    68
Majorganj    69
BR    MADHUBANI    13
Benipatti    73
Bisfi    74
Harlakhi    75
Khajauli    76
Madhubani    78
Jale    91
BR    JHANJHARPUR    14
Babubarhi    77
Pandaul    79
Jhanjharpur    80
Phulparas    81
Laukaha    82
Madhepur    83
BR    DARBHANGA    15
Manigachhi    84
Bahera    85
DarbhangaRural    88
Darbhanga    89
Keoti    90
Hayaghat    92
BR    ROSERA    16
Ghanshyampur    86
Baheri    87
Warisnagar    94
Rosera    100
Singhia    101
Hasanpur    102
BR    SAMASTIPUR    17
Kalyanpur    93
Samastipur    95
Sarairanjan    96
MohiuddinNagar    97
Dalsinghsarai    98
Bibhutpur    99
BR    BARH    18
Chandi    181
Harnaut    182
Mokameh    183
Barh    184
Bakhtiarpur    185
Fatwa    186
BR    BALIA    19
Balia    103
Barauni    106
Bachwara    107
CheriaBariarpur    108
Bakhri    109
Alauli    166
BR    SAHARSA    20
Raghopur    110
Kishunpur    111
Supaul    112
Saharsa    117
Mahishi    118
SimriBakhtiarpur    119
BR    MADHEPURA    21
Kumarkhand    115
Singheshwar    116
Madhepura    120
Sonbarsa    121
Kishanganj    122
Alamnagar    123
BR    ARARIA    22
Tribeniganj    113
Chhatapur    114
Raniganj    127
Narpatganj    128
Forbesganj    129
Araria    130
BR    KISHANGANJ    23
Sikti    131
Jokihat    132
Bahadurganj    133
Thakurganj    134
Kishanganj    135
Amour    136
BR    PURNEA    24
Rupauli    124
Dhamdaha    125
Banmankhi    126
Baisi    137
Kasba    138
Purnea    139
BR    KATIHAR    25
Korha    140
Katihar    142
Kadwa    143
Barsoi    144
Pranpur    145
Manihari    146
BR    BANKA    26
Amarpur    154
Banka    156
Belhar    157
Katoria    158
Chakai    159
Jhajha    160
BR    BHAGALPUR    27
Pirpainti    147
Colgong    148
Nathnagar    149
Bhagalpur    150
Sultanganj    153
Dhuraiya    155
BR    KHAGARIA    28
Barari    141
Gopalpur    151
Bihpur    152
Parbatta    163
Chautham    164
Khagaria    165
BR    MONGHYR    29
Tarapur    161
Kharagpur    162
Monghyr    167
Jamalpur    168
Surajgarha    169
Jamui    170
BR    BEGUSARAI    30
Matihani    104
Begusarai    105
Sikandra    171
Lakhisarai    172
Sheikhpura    173
Barbigha    174
BR    NALANDA    31
Asthawan    175
Bihar    176
Rajgir    177
Nalanda    178
Islampur    179
Hilsa    180
BR    PATNA    32
PatnaWest    188
PatnaCentral    189
PatnaEast    190
Dinapur    191
Phulwari    193
Bikram    194
BR    ARRAH    33
Maner    192
Paliganj    195
Sandesh    196
Barhara    197
Arrah    198
Sahar    206
BR    BUXAR    34
Shahpur    199
Brahmpur    200
Buxar    201
Rajpur    202
Dumraon    203
Jagdishpur    204
BR    SASARAM    35
Ramgarh    210
Mohania    211
Bhabhua    212
Chainpur    213
Sasaram    214
Chenari    215
BR    BIKRAMGANJ    36
Piro    205
Karakat    207
Bikramganj    208
Dinara    209
Nokha    216
Dehri    217
BR    AURANGABAD    37
Nabinagar    218
Deo    219
Aurangabad    220
Rafiganj    221
Obra    222
Goh    223
Imamganj    233
BR    JAHANABAD    38
Masaurhi    187
Arwal    224
Kurtha    225
Makhdumpur    226
Jahanabad    227
Ghosi    228
BR    NAWADA    39
Fatehpur    237
Atri    238
Nawada    239
Rajauli    240
Gobindpur    241
Warsaliganj    242
Hisua    243
BR    GAYA    40
Belaganj    229
Konch    230
GayaMufassil    231
GayaTown    232
Gurua    234
BodhGaya    235
Barachatti    236
GA    PANAJI    1
Mandrem    1
Pernem    2
Dargalim    3
Tivim    4
Mapusa    5
Siolim    6
Calangute    7
Saligao    8
Aldona    9
Panaji    10
Taleigao    11
SantaCruz    12
StAndre    13
Cumbarjua    14
Bicholim    15
Maem    16
Pale    17
Poriem    18
Valpoi    19
GA    MORMUGAO    2
Ponda    20
Priol    21
Marcaim    22
Siroda    23
Mormugao    24
VascoDaGama    25
Cortalim    26
Loutulim    27
Benaulim    28
Fatorda    29
Margao    30
Curtorim    31
Navelim    32
Velim    33
Cuncolim    34
Sanvordem    35
Sanguem    36
Curchorem    37
Quepem    38
Canacona    39
Poinguinim    40
GJ    KUTCH    1
Abdasa    1
Mandvi    2
Bhuj    3
Mundra    4
Anjar    5
Rapar    6
GJ    SURENDRANAGAR    2
Dasada    7
Wadhwan    8
Limbdi    9
Chotila    10
Halvad    11
Dhrangadhra    12
Wankaner    15
GJ    JAMNAGAR    3
Jodiya    24
Jamnagar    25
JamnagarRural    26
Kalawad    27
Bhanvad    29
Khambhalia    30
Dwarka    31
GJ    RAJKOT    4
Morvi    13
Tankara    14
Jasdan    16
RajkotI    17
RajkotII    18
RajkotRural    19
Gondal    20
Jetpur    21
GJ    PORBANDAR    5
Dhoraji    22
Upleta    23
Jamjodhpur    28
Porbandar    32
Kutiyana    33
Mangrol    34
Manavadar    35
GJ    JUNAGADH    6-Jun
Keshod    36
Talala    37
Somnath    38
Una    39
Visavadar    40
Maliya    41
Junagadh    42
GJ    AMRELI    7
Babra    43
Lathi    44
Amreli    45
Dhari    46
Kodinar    47
Rajula    48
Kundla    53
GJ    BHAVNAGAR    8
Palitana    51
Sihor    52
Mahuva    54
Talaja    55
Ghogho    56
BhavnagarNorth    57
BhavnagarSouth    58
GJ    DHANDHUKA    9
Botad    49
Gadhada    50
Dhandhuka    59
Dholka    60
Bavla    61
Mandal    62
Viramgam    63
GJ    AHMEDABAD    10
Kalupur    71
Rakhial    73
ShaherKotda    74
Khadia    75
Jamalpur    76
Maninagar    77
Naroda    78
GJ    GANDHINAGAR    11
Sarkhej    64
Sabarmati    67
EllisBridge    68
DariapurKazipur    69
Shahpur    70
Asarwa    72
Gandhinagar    79
GJ    MEHSANA    12
Kalol    80
Kadi    81
Jotana    82
Mehsana    83
Mansa    84
Vijapur    85
Visnagar    86
GJ    PATAN    13
Kheralu    87
Unjha    88
Sidhpur    89
Vagdod    90
Patan    91
Chanasma    92
Sami    93
GJ    BANASKANTHA    14
Radhanpur    94
Vav    95
Deodar    96
Kankrej    97
Deesa    98
Dhanera    99
Palanpur    100
GJ    SABARKANTHA    15
Vadgam    101
Danta    102
Khedbrahma    103
Idar    104
Bhiloda    105
Himatnagar    106
Modasa    108
GJ    KAPADVANJ    16
Daskroi    65
Dehgam    66
Prantij    107
Bayad    109
Meghraj    110
Kapadvanj    125
Kathlal    128
GJ    DOHAD    17
Santrampur    111
Jhalod    112
Limdi    113
Dohad    114
Limkheda    115
DevgadhBaria    116
Randhikpur    123
GJ    GODHRA    18
Rajgadh    117
Halol    118
Kalol    119
Godhra    120
Shehra    121
Lunavada    122
Balasinor    124
GJ    KAIRA    19
Thasra    126
Umreth    127
Mehmedabad    129
Mahudha    130
Nadiad    131
Chakalasi    132
Matar    137
GJ    ANAND    20
Anand    133
Sarsa    134
Petlad    135
Sojitra    136
Borsad    138
Bhadran    139
Cambay    140
GJ    CHHOTAUDAIPUR    21
ChhotaUdaipur    141
Jetpur    142
Nasvadi    143
Sankheda    144
Dabhoi    145
Karjan    153
Rajpipla    160
GJ    BARODA    22
Savli    146
BarodaCity    147
Sayajiganj    148
Raopura    149
Vaghodia    150
BarodaRural    151
Padra    152
GJ    BROACH    23
Jambusar    154
Vagra    155
Broach    156
Ankleshwar    157
Jhagadia    158
Dediapada    159
Mangrol    162
GJ    SURAT    24
Olpad    168
SuratCityNorth    169
SuratCityEast    170
SuratCityWest    171
Chorasi    172
Jalalpore    173
Navsari    174
GJ    MANDVI    25
Nijhar    161
Songadh    163
Vyara    164
Mahuva    165
Bardoli    166
Kamrej    167
Chikhli    176
GJ    BULSAR    26
Gandevi    175
DangsBansda    177
Bulsar    178
Dharampur    179
MotaPondha    180
Pardi    181
Umbergaon    182
HR    AMBALA    1
Kalka    1
Naraingarh    2
Sadhaura    3
Chhachhrauli    4
Jagadhri    6
Mullana    7
AmbalaCantonment    8
AmbalaCity    9
Naggal    10
HR    KURUKSHETRA    2
Yamunanagar    5
Shahabad    20
Radaur    21
Thanesar    22
Pehowa    23
Guhla    24
Kaithal    25
Pundri    26
Pai    27
HR    KARNAL    3
Indri    11
Nilokheri    12
Karnal    13
Jundla    14
Gharaunda    15
Assandh    16
Panipat    17
Sambhalka    18
Naultha    19
HR    SONEPAT    4
Bahadurgarh    37
Baroda    38
Gohana    39
Kailana    40
Sonepat    41
Rai    42
Rohat    43
Julana    49
Safidon    50
HR    ROHTAK    5
Hassangarh    28
Kiloi    29
Rohtak    30
Meham    31
Kalanaur    32
Beri    33
Salhawas    34
Jhajjar    35
Badli    36
HR    FARIDABAD    6
Faridabad    51
MewlaMaharajpur    52
Ballabgarh    53
Palwal    54
Hassanpur    55
Hathin    56
FerozepurJhirka    57
Nuh    58
Taoru    59
HR    MAHENDRAGARH    7
Sohna    60
Gurgaon    61
Pataudi    62
Bawal    85
Rewari    86
Jatusana    87
Mahendragarh    88
Ateli    89
Narnaul    90
HR    BHIWANI    8
Badhra    63
Dadri    64
MundhalKhurd    65
Bhiwani    66
Tosham    67
Loharu    68
BawaniKhera    69
Hansi    72
Adampur    79
HR    HISSAR    9
Kalayat    44
Narwana    45
UchanaKalan    46
Rajond    47
Jind    48
Barwala    70
Narnaund    71
Hissar    74
Ghirai    75
HR    SIRSA    10
BhattuKalan    73
Tohana    76
Ratia    77
Fatehabad    78
DarbaKalan    80
Ellenabad    81
Sirsa    82
Rori    83
Dabwali    84
HP    SIMLA    1
Rohru    3
JubbalKotkhai    4
Chopal    5
Kumarsain    6
Theog    7
Simla    8
Kasumpti    9
Arki    10
Doon    11
Nalagarh    12
Kasauli    13
Solan    14
Pachhad    15
Rainka    16
Shillai    17
PaontaDoon    18
Nahan    19
HP    MANDI    2
Kinnaur    1
Rampur    2
Bharmour    54
LahaulAndSpiti    55
Kulu    56
Banjar    57
Ani    58
Karsog    59
Chachiot    60
Nachan    61
SunderNagar    62
Balh    63
Gopalpur    64
Dharampur    65
JoginderNagar    66
Darang    67
Mandi    68
HP    KANGRA    3
Nurpur    34
Gangath    35
Jawali    36
Guler    37
Thural    41
Rajgir    42
Baijnath    43
Palampur    44
Sulah    45
Nagrota    46
Shahpur    47
Dharamsala    48
Kangra    49
Bhattiyat    50
Banikhet    51
Rajnagar    52
Chamba    53
HP    HAMIRPUR    4
Kotkehloor    20
Bilaspur    21
Ghumarwin    22
Geharwin    23
Nadaun    24
Hamirpur    25
Bamsan    26
Mewa    27
Nadaunta    28
Gagret    29
Chintpurni    30
Santokgarh    31
Una    32
Kutlehar    33
Jaswan    38
Pragpur    39
Jawalamukhi    40
JK    BARAMULLA    1
Karnah    1
Kupwara    2
Lolab    3
Handwara    4
Langate    5
Uri    6
Rafiabad    7
Sopore    8
Gurez    9
Bandipora    10
Sonawari    11
Sangrama    12
Baramulla    13
Gulmarg    14
Pattan    15
JK    SRINAGAR    2
Kangan    16
Ganderbal    17
Hazratbal    18
Zadibal    19
Idgah    20
Khanyar    21
Habbakadal    22
Amirakadal    23
Sonawar    24
Batamaloo    25
Chadoora    26
Badgam    27
Beerwah    28
Khansahib    29
ChrariSharief    30
JK    ANANTNAG    3
Tral    31
Pampore    32
Pulwama    33
Rajpora    34
Wachi    35
Shopian    36
Noorabad    37
Kulgam    38
Homeshalibugh    39
Anantnag    40
Devsar    41
Doru    42
Kokernag    43
Shangus    44
Bijbehara    45
Pahalgam    46
JK    LADAKH    4
Nobra    47
Leh    48
Kargil    49
Zanskar    50
JK    UDHAMPUR    5
Kishtwar    51
Inderwal    52
Doda    53
Bhaderwah    54
Ramban    55
Banihal    56
Gulabgarh    57
Reasi    58
GoolArnas    59
Udhampur    60
Chanani    61
Ramnagar    62
Bani    63
Basohli    64
Kathua    65
Billawar    66
Hiranagar    67
JK    JAMMU    6
Samba    68
Vijaypur    69
Nagrota    70
Gandhinagar    71
JammuEast    72
JammuWest    73
Bishnah    74
RsPura    75
Suchetgarh    76
Marh    77
RaipurDomana    78
Akhnoor    79
Chhamb    80
Nowshera    81
Darhal    82
Rajouri    83
Kalakote    84
Surankote    85
Mendhar    86
PoonchHaveli    87
KA    BIDAR    1
Aurad    1
Bhalki    2
Hulsoor    3
Bidar    4
Humnabad    5
Basavakalyan    6
Kamalapur    8
Alland    9
KA    GULBARGA    2
Chincholi    7
Gulbarga    10
Shahabad    11
Afzalpur    12
Chitapur    13
Sedam    14
Jewargi    15
Gurmitkal    16
KA    RAICHUR    3
Yadgir    17
Shahapur    18
Shorapur    19
Deodurg    20
Raichur    21
Kalmala    22
Manvi    23
Lingsugur    24
KA    KOPPAL    4
Sindhnoor    25
Kushtagi    26
Yelburga    27
Kanakagiri    28
Gangavathi    29
Koppal    30
Hospet    34
Mundargi    187
KA    BELLARY    5
Siruguppa    31
Kurugodu    32
Bellary    33
Sandur    35
Kudligi    36
Kottur    37
Hadagalli    38
Harapanahalli    39
KA    DAVANGERE    6
Harihar    40
Davangere    41
Mayakonda    42
Bharamasagara    43
Jagalur    45
Holalkere    49
Channagiri    158
Honnali    161
KA    CHITRADURGA    7
Chitradurga    44
Molakalmuru    46
Challakere    47
Hiriyur    48
Hosadurga    50
Pavagada    51
Sira    52
Kallambella    53
KA    TUMKUR    8
Bellavi    54
Tumkur    57
Kunigal    58
Huliyurdurga    59
Gubbi    60
Turuvekere    61
Tiptur    62
Chiknaikanahalli    63
KA    CHIKBALLAPUR    9
Madhugiri    55
Koratagere    56
Gowribidanur    64
Chikballapur    65
Sidlaghatta    66
Bagepalli    67
Nelamangala    96
Doddaballapur    97
KA    KOLAR    10
Chintamani    68
Srinivasapur    69
Mulbagal    70
KolarGoldFields    71
Bethamangala    72
Kolar    73
Vemgal    74
Malur    75
KA    KANAKAPURA    11
Uttarahalli    89
Kanakapura    91
Sathanur    92
Channapatna    93
Ramanagaram    94
Magadi    95
Anekal    100
Malavalli    104
KA    BANGALORENORTH    12
Shanthinagar    84
Shivajinagar    85
Bharathinagar    86
Jayamahal    87
Yelahanka    88
Varthur    90
Devanahalli    98
Hosakote    99
KA    BANGALORESOUTH    13
Malleswaram    76
Rajajinagar    77
Gandhinagar    78
Chickpet    79
Binnypet    80
Chamarajapet    81
Basavanagudi    82
Jayanagar    83
KA    MANDYA    14
Nagamangala    101
Maddur    102
Kiragaval    103
Mandya    105
Keragodu    106
Srirangapatna    107
Pandavapura    108
Krishnarajpet    109
KA    CHAMARAJANAGAR    15
Hanur    110
Kollegal    111
Bannur    112
TNarasipur    113
Nanjangud    118
Santhemarahalli    119
Chamarajanagar    120
Gundlupet    121
KA    MYSORE    16
Krishnaraj    114
Chamaraja    115
Narasimharaja    116
Chamundeswari    117
Heggadadevanakote    122
Hunsur    123
Krishnarajanagar    124
Periyapatna    125
KA    MANGALORE    17
Virajpet    126
Madikere    127
Somwarpet    128
Sullia    137
Puttur    138
Vittal    139
Mangalore    142
Ullal    143
KA    UDUPI    18
Bantwal    141
Surathkal    144
Kaup    145
Udupi    146
Brahmavar    147
Coondapur    148
Baindur    149
Moodabidri    151
KA    HASSAN    19
Belur    129
Arsikere    130
Gandsi    131
Sravanabelagola    132
Holenarasipur    133
Arkalgud    134
Hassan    135
Sakleshpur    136
KA    CHIKMAGALUR    20
Belthangady    140
Karkal    150
Sringeri    152
Mudigere    153
Chikmagalur    154
Birur    155
Kadur    156
Tarikere    157
KA    SHIMOGA    21
Holehonnur    159
Bhadravathi    160
Shimoga    162
Tirthahalli    163
Hosanagar    164
Sagar    165
Sorab    166
Shikaripur    167
KA    KANARA    22
Sirsi    168
Bhatkal    169
Kumta    170
Ankola    171
Karwar    172
Haliyal    173
Kittur    195
Khanapur    196
KA    DHARWADSOUTH    23
Kundgol    179
Shiggaon    180
Hanagal    181
Hirekerur    182
Ranibennur    183
Byadgi    184
Haveri    185
Shirhatti    186
KA    DHARWADNORTH    24
DharwadRural    174
Dharwad    175
Hubli    176
HubliRural    177
Kalghatgi    178
Gadag    188
Naragund    190
Navalgund    191
KA    BELGAUM    25
Ramdurg    192
Parasgad    193
Bailhongal    194
Belgaum    197
Uchagaon    198
Bagewadi    199
Gokak    200
Arabhavi    201
KA    CHIKKODI    26
Hukkeri    202
Sankeshwar    203
Nippani    204
Sadalga    205
Chikkodi    206
Raibag    207
Kagwad    208
Athani    209
KA    BAGALKOT    27
Ron    189
Jamkhandi    210
Bilgi    211
Mudhol    212
Bagalkot    213
Badami    214
Guledgud    215
Hungund    216
KA    BIJAPUR    28
Muddebihal    217
HuvinHippargi    218
BasavanaBagewadi    219
Tikota    220
Bijapur    221
Ballolli    222
Indi    223
Sindgi    224
KL    KASARAGOD    1
Manjeswar    1
Kasaragod    2
Udma    3
Hosdrug    4
Trikkarpur    5
Payyannur    7
Taliparamba    8
KL    CANNANORE    2
Irikkur    6
Azhicode    9
Cannanore    10
Edakkad    11
Kuthuparamba    14
Peravoor    15
NorthWynad    16
KL    BADAGARA    3
Tellicherry    12
Peringalam    13
Badagara    17
Nadapuram    18
Meppayur    19
Quilandy    20
Perambra    21
KL    CALICUT    4
Balusseri    22
Koduvally    23
CalicutI    24
CalicutII    25
Thiruvambadi    28
Kalpetta    29
SultansBattery    30
KL    MANJERI    5
Beypore    26
Kunnamangalam    27
Wandoor    31
Nilambur    32
Manjeri    33
Malappuram    34
Kondotty    35
KL    PONNANI    6
Tirurangadi    36
Tanur    37
Tirur    38
Ponnani    39
Kuttippuram    40
Mankada    41
Perinthalmanna    42
KL    PALGHAT    7
Sreekrishnapuram    46
Mannarkkad    47
Malampuzha    48
Palghat    49
Chittur    50
Kollengode    51
Alathur    53
KL    OTTAPALAM    8
Thrithala    43
Pattambi    44
Ottapalam    45
Coyalmannam    52
Chelakara    54
Wadakkancherry    55
Kunnamkulam    56
KL    TRICHUR    9
Cherpu    57
Trichur    58
Ollur    59
Kodakara    60
Manalur    64
Guruvayoor    65
Nattika    66
KL    MUKUNDAPURAM    10
Chalakudi    61
Mala    62
Irinjalakuda    63
Kodungallur    67
Ankamali    68
Vadakkekara    69
Perumbavoor    77
KL    ERNAKULAM    11
Parur    70
Narakal    71
Ernakulam    72
Mattancherry    73
Palluruthy    74
Trippunithura    75
Alwaye    76
KL    MUVATTUPUZHA    12
Kunnathunad    78
Piravom    79
Muvattupuzha    80
Kothamangalam    81
Kanjirappally    87
Poonjar    93
Palai    94
KL    KOTTAYAM    13
Vazhoor    88
Changanacherry    89
Kottayam    90
Ettumanoor    91
Puthuppally    92
Kaduthuruthy    95
Vaikom    96
KL    IDUKKI    14
Thodupuzha    82
Devicolam    83
Idukki    84
Udumbanchola    85
Peermade    86
Ranni    111
Pathanamthitta    112
KL    ALLEPPEY    15
Aroor    97
Sherthalai    98
Mararikulam    99
Alleppey    100
Ambalapuzha    101
Kuttanad    102
Haripad    103
KL    MAVELIKARA    16
Kayamkulam    104
Thiruvalla    105
Kallooppara    106
Aranmula    107
Chengannur    108
Mavelikara    109
Pandalam    110
KL    ADOOR    17
Konni    113
Pathanapuram    114
Punaloor    115
Chadayamangalam    116
Kottarakara    117
Neduvathur    118
Adoor    119
KL    QUILON    18
Kunnathur    120
Karunagapally    121
Chavara    122
Kundara    123
Quilon    124
Eravipuram    125
Chathanoor    126
KL    CHIRAYINKIL    19
Varkala    127
Attingal    128
Kilimanoor    129
Vamanapuram    130
Ariyanad    131
Nedumangad    132
Kazhakuttam    133
KL    TRIVANDRUM    20
TrivandrumNorth    134
TrivandrumWest    135
TrivandrumEast    136
Nemom    137
Kovalam    138
Neyyattinkara    139
Parassala    140
MP    MORENA    1
Sheopur    1
Bijeypur    2
Sabalgarh    3
Joura    4
Sumawali    5
Morena    6
Dimni    7
Ambah    8
MP    BHIND    2
Gohad    9
Mehgaon    10
Attair    11
Bhind    12
Ron    13
Lahar    14
Seondha    22
Datia    23
MP    GWALIOR    3
Gwalior    15
LashkarEast    16
LashkarWest    17
Morar    18
Gird    19
Dabra    20
Bhander    21
Karera    24
MP    GUNA    4
Pohri    25
Shivpuri    26
Pichhore    27
Kolaras    28
Guna    29
Shadora    32
Ashoknagar    33
Mungaoli    34
MP    SAGAR    5
Bina    35
Khurai    36
Banda    37
Naryaoli    38
Sagar    39
Surkhi    40
Rehli    41
Deori    42
MP    KHAJURAHO    6
Niwari    43
Jatara    44
Khargapur    45
Tikamgarh    46
Bijawar    48
Chhatarpur    49
Maharajpur    50
Chandla    51
MP    DAMOH    7
Malehra    47
Nohata    52
Damoh    53
Patharia    54
Hatta    55
Panna    56
Amanganj    57
Pawai    58
MP    SATNA    8
Maihar    59
Nagod    60
Raigaon    61
Chitrakoot    62
Satna    63
Amarpatan    65
Badwara    113
Vijairaghogarh    114
MP    REWA    9
RampurBaghelan    64
Rewa    66
Gurh    67
Mangawan    68
Sirmaur    69
Teonthar    70
Deotalab    71
Mauganj    72
MP    SIDHI    10
Churahat    73
Sidhi    74
Gopadbanas    75
Dhauhani    76
Deosar    77
Singrauli    78
MP    SHAHDOL    11
Beohari    79
Umaria    80
Nowrozabad    81
Jaisinghnagar    82
Kotma    83
Anuppur    84
Sohagpur    85
Pushparajgarh    86
MP    BALAGHAT    12
Baihar    87
Lanji    88
Kirnapur    89
Waraseoni    90
Khairlanjee    91
Katangi    92
Balaghat    93
Paraswada    94
MP    MANDLA    13
Nainpur    95
Mandla    96
Bichhia    97
Bajag    98
Dindori    99
Shahpura    100
Niwas    101
Ghansor    120
MP    JABALPUR    14
Panagar    103
JabalpurCantonment    104
JabalpurEast    105
JabalpurCentral    106
JabalpurWest    107
Sihora    110
Bahoriband    111
Murwara    112
MP    SEONI    15
Bargi    102
Patan    108
Majholi    109
Gotegaon    118
Lakhanadon    119
Keolari    121
Barghat    122
Seoni    123
MP    CHHINDWARA    16
Jamai    124
Chhindwara    125
Parasia    126
Damua    127
Amarwara    128
Chaurai    129
Sausar    130
Pandhurna    131
MP    BETUL    17
Timarni    136
Harda    137
Multai    138
Masod    139
Bhainsdehi    140
Betul    141
GhoraDongri    142
Amla    143
MP    HOSHANGABAD    18
Gadarwara    115
Bohani    116
Narsimhapur    117
Piparia    132
Hoshangabad    133
Itarsi    134
SeoniMalwa    135
Bareli    154
MP    BHOPAL    19
Ichhawar    145
Ashta    146
Sehore    147
Govindpura    148
BhopalSouth    149
BhopalNorth    150
Berasia    151
Khategaon    190
MP    VIDISHA    20
Budhni    144
Sanchi    152
Udaipura    153
Bhojpur    155
Kurwai    156
Basoda    157
Vidisha    158
Shamshabad    159
MP    RAJGARH    21
Chachaura    30
Raghogarh    31
Sironj    160
Biaora    161
Narsingarh    162
Sarangpur    163
Rajgarh    164
Khilchipur    165
MP    SHAJAPUR    22
Shujalpur    166
Gulana    167
Shajapur    168
Agar    169
Susner    170
Dewas    186
Sonkatch    187
Hatpipalya    188
MP    KHANDWA    23
Bagli    189
Harsud    191
Nimarkhedi    192
Pandhana    193
Khandwa    194
Nepanagar    195
Shahpur    196
Burhanpur    197
MP    KHARGONE    24
Bhikangaon    198
Barwaha    199
Maheshwar    200
Kasrawad    201
Khargone    202
Dhulkot    203
Sendhwa    204
Rajpur    206
MP    DHAR    25
Anjad    205
Barwani    207
Manawar    208
Dharampuri    209
Dhar    210
Badnawar    211
Sardarpur    212
Kukshi    213
MP    INDORE    26
Depalpur    178
Mhow    179
IndoreI    180
IndoreII    181
IndoreIII    182
IndoreIV    183
Indorev    184
Sawer    185
MP    UJJAIN    27
Tarana    171
Mahidpur    172
Khachrod    173
Badnagar    174
Ghatiya    175
UjjainNorth    176
UjjainSouth    177
Alot    223
MP    JHABUA    28
Alirajpur    214
Jobat    215
Jhabua    216
Petlawad    217
Thandla    218
RatlamTown    219
RatlamRural    220
Sailana    221
MP    MANDSAUR    29
Jaora    222
Manasa    224
Garoth    225
Suwasara    226
Sitamau    227
Mandsaur    228
Neemuch    229
Jawad    230
MH    RAJAPUR    1
Sawantwadi    1
Vengurla    2
Malwan    3
Devgad    4
Rajapur    5
Sangameshwar    7
MH    RATNAGIRI    2
Ratnagiri    6
Guhagar    8
Chiplun    9
Khed    10
Dapoli    11
Mahad    12
MH    KOLABA    3
Shriwardhan    13
Mangaon    14
Pen    15
Alibag    16
Panvel    17
Khalapur    18
MH    MUMBAISOUTH    4
Colaba    19
Umarkhadi    20
Mumbadevi    21
Khetwadi    22
OperaHouse    23
MalbarHill    24
MH    MUMBAISOUTHCENTRAL    5
Chinchpokli    25
Nagpada    26
Mazgaon    27
Parel    28
Shivadi    29
Worli    30
MH    MUMBAINORTHCENTRAL    6
Naigaum    31
Dadar    32
Matunga    33
Mahim    34
Dharavi    35
Nehrunagar    48
MH    MUMBAINORTHEAST    7
Trombay    46
Chembur    47
Kurla    49
Ghatkopar    50
Bhandup    51
Mulund    52
MH    MUMBAINORTHWEST    8
Vandre    36
Kherwadi    37
Vileparle    38
Amboli    39
Santacruz    40
Andheri    41
MH    MUMBAINORTH    9
Goregaon    42
Malad    43
Kandivali    44
Borivali    45
Vasai    61
Palghar    62
MH    THANE    10
Thane    53
Belapur    54
Ulhasnagar    55
Ambernath    56
Kalyan    57
Murbad    58
MH    DAHANU    11
Wada    59
Bhiwandi    60
Dahanu    63
Jawhar    64
Shahapur    65
Igatpuri    66
MH    NASHIK    12
Nashik    67
Devlali    68
Sinnar    69
Niphad    70
Yevla    71
NagarAkola    239
MH    MALEGAON    13
Nandgaon    72
Malegaon    73
Dabhadi    74
Chandwad    75
Dindori    76
Surgana    77
MH    DHULE    14
Kalvan    78
Baglan    79
Sakri    80
Sindkheda    87
Kasumba    88
Dhule    89
MH    NANDURBAR    15
Nawapur    81
Nandurbar    82
Talode    83
Akrani    84
Shahade    85
Shirpur    86
MH    ERANDOL    16
Chalisgaon    90
Parola    91
Amalner    92
Chopda    93
Erandol    94
Pachora    96
MH    JALGAON    17
Jalgaon    95
Jamner    97
Bhusawal    98
Yaval    99
Raver    100
Edlabad    101
MH    BULDHANA    18
Malkapur    102
Buldhana    103
Chikhli    104
Sindkhedraja    105
Mehkar    106
Jalamb    108
MH    AKOLA    19
Khamgaon    107
Akot    109
BorgaonManju    110
Akola    111
Balapur    112
Murtajapur    116
MH    WASHIM    20
Medshi    113
Washim    114
Mangrulpir    115
Karanja    117
Pusad    166
Umarkhed    167
MH    AMRAVATI    21
Daryapur    118
Melghat    119
Achalpur    120
Walgaon    123
Amravati    124
Badnera    125
MH    RAMTEK    22
Morshi    121
Umred    131
Kalmeshwar    138
Katol    139
Savner    140
Ramtek    141
MH    NAGPUR    23
Kamthi    132
NagpurNorth    133
NagpurEast    134
NagpurSouth    135
NagpurCentral    136
NagpurWest    137
MH    BHANDARA    24
Tumsar    142
Bhandara    143
Tirora    145
Gondiya    146
Goregaon    147
Amgaon    148
MH    CHIMUR    25
Adyar    144
Sakoli    149
Lakhandur    150
Armori    151
Brahmapuri    157
Chimur    158
MH    CHANDRAPUR    26
Gadchiroli    152
Sironcha    153
Rajura    154
Chandrapur    155
Saoli    156
Bhadrawati    159
MH    WARDHA    27
Teosa    122
Chandur    126
Arvi    127
Pulgaon    128
Wardha    129
Hinganghat    130
MH    YAVATMAL    28
Wani    160
Ralegaon    161
Kelapur    162
Yavatmal    163
Darwha    164
Digras    165
MH    HINGOLI    29
Kinwat    168
Hadgaon    169
Bhokar    172
Basmath    179
Kalamnuri    180
Hingoli    181
MH    NANDED    30
Nanded    170
Mudkhed    171
Biloli    173
Mukhed    174
Kandhar    175
Ahmedpur    203
MH    PARBHANI    31
Gangakhed    176
Singnapur    177
Parbhani    178
Jintur    182
Pathri    183
Partur    184
MH    JALNA    32
Ambad    185
Jalna    186
Badnapur    187
Bhokardan    188
Sillod    189
Georai    196
MH    AURANGABAD    33
Kannad    190
Vaijapur    191
Gangapur    192
AurangabadWest    193
AurangabadEast    194
Paithan    195
MH    BEED    34
Manjlegaon    197
Beed    198
Ashti    199
Chausala    200
Kaij    201
Renapur    202
MH    LATUR    35
Udgir    204
Her    205
Latur    206
Ausa    210
Nilanga    211
Omerga    212
MH    OSMANABAD    36
Kalamb    207
Paranda    208
Osmanabad    209
Tuljapur    213
Barshi    221
Karmala    226
MH    SHOLAPUR    37
Akkalkot    214
SouthSolapur    215
SolapurCitySouth    216
SolapurCityNorth    217
NorthSolapur    218
Mangalvedhe    219
MH    PANDHARPUR    38
Mohol    220
Madha    222
Pandharpur    223
Sangole    224
Malshiras    225
KhanapurAtpadi    274
MH    AHMEDNAGAR    39
Karjat    227
Shrigonda    228
AhmednagarSouth    229
AhmednagarNorth    230
Pathardi    231
Sheogaon    232
MH    KOPARGAON    40
Shrirampur    233
Shirdi    234
Kopargaon    235
Rahuri    236
Parner    237
Sangamner    238
MH    KHED    41
Junnar    240
Ambegaon    241
KhedAlandi    242
Maval    243
Mulshi    244
Bhor    257
MH    PUNE    42
Bopodi    246
Shivajinagar    247
Parvati    248
KasbaPeth    249
BhavaniPeth    250
PuneCantonment    251
MH    BARAMATI    43
Haveli    245
Shirur    252
Daund    253
Indapur    254
Baramati    255
Purandhar    256
MH    SATARA    44
Phaltan    258
Man    259
Khatav    260
Koregaon    261
Wai    262
Satara    264
MH    KARAD    45
Jaoli    263
Patan    265
KaradNorth    266
KaradSouth    267
Shirala    268
Walva    269
MH    SANGLI    46
BhilwadiWangi    270
Sangli    271
Miraj    272
Tasgaon    273
KavatheMahankal    275
Jat    276
MH    ICHALKARANJI    47
Shirol    277
Ichalkaranji    278
Vadgaon    279
Shahuwadi    280
Panhala    281
Radhanagari    283
MH    KOLHAPUR    48
Sangrul    282
Kolhapur    284
Karvir    285
Kagal    286
Gadhinglaj    287
Chandgad    288
MN    INNERMANIPUR    1
Khundrakpam    1
Heingang    2
Khurai    3
Khetrigao    4
Thongju    5
Keirao    6
Andro    7
Lamlai    8
Thangmeiband    9
Uripok    10
Sagolband    11
Keisamthong    12
Singjamei    13
Yaiskul    14
Wangkhei    15
Sekmai    16
Lamsang    17
Konthoujam    18
Patsoi    19
Langthabal    20
NaoriyaPakhanglakpa    21
Wangoi    22
MayangImphal    23
Nambol    24
Oinam    25
Bishenpur    26
Moirang    27
Thanga    28
Kumbi    29
Lilong    30
Thoubal    31
Wangkhem    32
MN    OUTERMANIPUR    2
Heirok    33
WangjingTentha    34
Khangabo    35
Wabgai    36
Kakching    37
Hiyanglam    38
Sugnoo    39
Jiribam    40
Chandel    41
Tengnoupal    42
Phungyar    43
Ukhrul    44
Chingai    45
Saikul    46
Karong    47
Mao    48
Tadubi    49
Kangpokpi    50
Saitu    51
Tamei    52
Tamenglong    53
Nungba    54
Tipaimukh    55
Thanlon    56
Henglep    57
Churachandpur    58
Saikot    59
Singhat    60
ML    SHILLONG    1
WarJaintia    1
Rymbai    2
SutngaShangpung    3
Raliang    4
Nartiang    5
NongbahWahiajer    6
Jowai    7
Mawhati    8
Umroi    9
Nongpoh    10
Jirang    11
Mairang    12
Nongspung    13
Sohiong    14
Mylliem    15
MalkiNongthymmai    16
Laitumkhirah    17
Pynthorumkhrah    18
Jaiaw    19
Mawkhar    20
Mawprem    21
Laban    22
Mawlai    23
Sohryngkham    24
Dienglieng    25
Nongkrem    26
Lyngkyrdem    27
Nongshken    28
Sohra    29
Shella    30
Mawsynram    31
Mawkyrwat    32
Pariong    33
Nongstoin    34
Langrin    35
Mawthengkut    36
ML    TURA    2
Baghmara    37
Rongrenggiri    38
Rongjeng    39
Kharkutta    40
Mendipathar    41
Resubelpara    42
Songsak    43
Bajengdoba    44
Tikrikilla    45
Dadenggiri    46
Rongchugiri    47
Phulbari    48
Rajabala    49
Selsella    50
Rongram    51
Tura    52
Chokpot    53
Kherapara    54
Dalu    55
Dalamgiri    56
Rangsakona    57
Ampatigiri    58
Salmanpura    59
Mahendraganj    60
MZ    MIZORAM    1
Tuipang    1
Saiha    2
Sangau    3
Lawngtlai    4
Chawngte    5
Tlabung    6
Buarpui    7
LungleiSouth    8
LungleiNorth    9
Tawipui    10
Vanva    11
Hnahthial    12
NorthVanlaiphai    13
Khawbung    14
Champhai    15
Khawhai    16
Saitual    17
Khawzawl    18
Ngopa    19
Suangpuilawn    20
Ratu    21
Kawnpui    22
Kolasib    23
Bilkhawthlir    24
Lokicherra    25
Kawrthah    26
Mamit    27
Phuldungsei    28
Sateek    29
Serchhip    30
Lungpho    31
Tlungvel    32
AizawlNorthI    33
AizawlNorthII    34
AizawlEastI    35
AizawlEastII    36
AizawlWestI    37
AizawlWestII    38
AizawlSouthI    39
AizawlSouthII    40
NG    NAGALAND    1
DimapurI    1
DimapurII    2
DimapurIII    3
GhaspaniI    4
GhaspaniII    5
Tenning    6
Peren    7
WesternAngami    8
KohimaTown    9
NorthernAngamiI    10
NorthernAngamiII    11
Tseminyu    12
Pughoboto    13
SouthernAngamiI    14
SouthernAngamiII    15
Pfutsero    16
Chizami    17
Chazouba    18
Phek    19
Meluri    20
Tuli    21
Arkakong    22
Impur    23
Angetyongpang    24
Monguya    25
Aonglenden    26
MokokchungTown    27
Koridang    28
Jangpetkong    29
Alungtaki    30
Akuluto    31
Atoizu    32
Suruhuto    33
Aghunato    34
Zunheboto    35
Satakha    36
Tyui    37
Wokha    38
Sanis    39
Bhandari    40
Tizit    41
Wakching    42
Tapi    43
Phomching    44
Tehok    45
MonTown    46
Aboi    47
Moka    48
Tamlu    49
Longleng    50
Noksen    51
LongkhimChare    52
TuensangSadarI    53
TuensangSadarII    54
Tobu    55
Noklak    56
Thonoknyu    57
ShamtorrChessore    58
SiyuchongSitimi    59
PungroKiphire    60
OR    MAYURBHANJ    1
Jashipur    2
Bahalda    3
Rairangpur    4
Bangriposi    5
Kuliana    6
Baripada    7
Udala    10
OR    BALASORE    2
Baisinga    8
Khunta    9
Bhograi    11
Jaleswar    12
Basta    13
Balasore    14
Soro    15
OR    BHADRAK    3
Simulia    16
Nilgiri    17
Bhandaripokhari    18
Bhadrak    19
Dhamnagar    20
Chandbali    21
Basudevpur    22
OR    JAJPUR    4
Sukinda    23
Korai    24
Jajpur    25
Dharamsala    26
Barchana    27
BariDerabisi    28
Binjharpur    29
OR    KENDRAPARA    5
Aul    30
Patamundai    31
Rajnagar    32
Kendrapara    33
Patkura    34
Kissannagar    39
Mahanga    40
OR    CUTTACK    6
Salepur    41
CuttackSadar    43
CuttackCity    44
Choudwar    45
Banki    46
Athgarh    47
Baramba    48
OR    JAGATSINGHPUR    7
Tirtol    35
Ersama    36
Balikuda    37
Jagatsinghpur    38
Gobindpur    42
Nimapara    53
Kakatpur    54
OR    PURI    8
Balipatna    49
Pipli    52
Satyabadi    55
Puri    56
Brahmagiri    57
Chilka    58
Ranpur    61
OR    BHUBANESWAR    9
Bhubaneswar    50
Jatni    51
Khurda    59
Begunia    60
Nayagarh    62
Khandapara    63
Daspalla    64
OR    ASKA    10
Jaganathprasad    65
Suruda    67
Aska    68
Kavisuryanagar    69
Kodala    70
Khallikote    71
Hinjili    73
OR    BERHAMPUR    11
Chatrapur    72
Gopalpur    74
Berhampur    75
Chikati    76
Mohana    77
Ramagiri    78
Parlakhemundi    79
OR    KORAPUT    12
Gunupur    80
BissamCuttack    81
Rayagada    82
Lakshmipur    83
Pottangi    84
Koraput    85
Jeypore    89
OR    NOWRANGPUR    13
Malkangiri    86
Chitrakonda    87
Kotpad    88
Nowrangpur    90
Kodinga    91
Dabugam    92
Umarkote    93
OR    KALAHANDI    14
Khariar    95
Dharamgarh    96
Koksara    97
Junagarh    98
Bhawanipatna    99
Narla    100
Kesinga    101
OR    PHULBANI    15
Bhanjanagar    66
Balliguda    102
Udayagiri    103
Phulbani    104
Boudh    105
Sonepur    112
Binka    113
OR    BOLANGIR    16
Nawapara    94
Titilagarh    106
Kantabanji    107
Patnagarh    108
Saintala    109
Loisingha    110
Bolangir    111
OR    SAMBALPUR    17
Padampur    123
Melchhamunda    124
Bijepur    125
Bhatli    126
Bargarh    127
Sambalpur    128
Rairakhol    133
OR    DEOGARH    18
Pallahara    121
Talcher    122
Brajarajnagar    129
Jharsuguda    130
Laikera    131
Kuchinda    132
Deogarh    134
OR    DHENKANAL    19
Birmaharajpur    114
Athmallik    115
Angul    116
Hindol    117
Dhenkanal    118
Gondia    119
Kamakhyanagar    120
OR    SUNDARGARH    20
Sundargarh    135
Talsara    136
Rajgangpur    137
Biramitrapur    138
Rourkela    139
Raghunathpali    140
Bonai    141
OR    KEONJHAR    21
Karanjia    1
Champua    142
Patna    143
Keonjhar    144
Telkoi    145
Ramchandrapur    146
Anandapur    147
PB    GURDASPUR    1
Fatehgarh    1
Kahnuwan    5
Dhariwal    6
Gurdaspur    7
DinaNagar    8
NarotMehra    9
Pathankot    10
Sujanpur    11
Mukerian    52
PB    AMRITSAR    2
Batala    2
Qadian    3
Majitha    13
Verka    14
AmritsarNorth    16
AmritsarWest    17
AmritsarCentral    18
AmritsarSouth    19
Ajnala    20
PB    TARNTARAN    3
Beas    12
Jandiala    15
RajaSansi    21
Attari    22
TarnTaran    23
KhadoorSahib    24
NavsheraPanuan    25
Patti    26
Valtoha    27
PB    JULLUNDUR    4
JullundurCantonment    29
JullundurNorth    30
JullundurCentral    31
JullundurSouth    32
Kartarpur    33
Lohian    34
Nakodar    35
Kapurthala    41
Sultanpur    42
PB    PHILLAUR    5
Srihargobindpur    4
Adampur    28
NurMahal    36
Banga    37
NawanShahr    38
Phillaur    39
Bholath    40
Phagwara    43
ShamChaurasi    48
PB    HOSHIARPUR    6
Balachaur    44
Garhshankar    45
Mahilpur    46
Hoshiarpur    47
Tanda    49
Garhdiwala    50
Dasuya    51
Nangal    65
AnandpurSahibRopar    66
PB    ROPAR    7
Samrala    63
Khanna    64
ChamkaurSahib    67
Morinda    68
Kharar    69
Nabha    77
Amloh    78
Sirhind    79
Dhuri    80
PB    PATIALA    8
Banur    70
Rajpura    71
Ghanaur    72
Dakala    73
Shutrana    74
Samana    75
PatialaTown    76
Sunam    88
Lehra    89
PB    LUDHIANA    9
Jagraon    53
Dakha    55
QilaRaipur    56
LudhianaNorth    57
LudhianaWest    58
LudhianaEast    59
LudhianaRural    60
Payal    61
KumKalan    62
PB    SANGRUR    10
Raikot    54
Malerkotla    81
Sherpur    82
Barnala    83
Bhadaur    84
Dhanaula    85
Sangrur    86
Dirbha    87
NihalSinghWala    101
PB    BHATINDA    11
TalwandiSabo    109
PakkaKalan    110
Bhatinda    111
Nathana    112
RampuraPhul    113
Joga    114
Mansa    115
Budhlada    116
Sardulgarh    117
PB    FARIDKOT    12
Moga    99
BaghaPurana    100
Panjgrain    102
KotKapura    103
Faridkot    104
Muktsar    105
GiddarBaha    106
Malout    107
Lambi    108
PB    FEROZEPUR    13
Balluana    90
Abohar    91
Fazilka    92
Jalalabad    93
GuruHarSahai    94
Firozepur    95
FirozepurCantonment    96
Zira    97
Dharamkot    98
RJ    GANGANAGAR    1
Bhadra    1
Nohar    2
Tibi    3
Hanumangarh    4
Sangaria    5
Ganganagar    6
Kesrisinghpur    7
Karanpur    8
RJ    BIKANER    2
Raisinghnagar    9
Pilibanga    10
Suratgarh    11
Lunkaransar    12
Bikaner    13
Kolayat    14
Nokha    15
Jayal    192
RJ    CHURU    3
Dungargarh    16
Sujangarh    17
Ratangarh    18
Sardarshahar    19
Churu    20
Taranagar    21
Sadulpur    22
Ladnu    193
RJ    JHUNJHUNU    4
Pilani    23
Surajgarh    24
Khetri    25
Gudha    26
Nawalgarh    27
Jhunjhunu    28
Mandawa    29
Fatehpur    30
RJ    SIKAR    5
Lachhmangarh    31
Sikar    32
Dhod    33
DantaRamgarh    34
Srimadhopur    35
Khandela    36
Neemkathana    37
Chomu    38
RJ    JAIPUR    6
JaipurRural    40
Hawamahal    41
Johribazar    42
Kishanpole    43
BaniPark    44
Sanganer    47
Phagi    48
Bassi    53
RJ    DAUSA    7
Amber    39
Lalsot    49
Sikrai    50
Bandikui    51
Dausa    52
JamwaRamgarh    54
Bairath    55
Kotputli    56
RJ    ALWAR    8
Bansur    57
Behror    58
Mandawar    59
Tizara    60
Khairthal    61
Alwar    63
Thanagazi    64
Rajgarh    65
RJ    BHARATPUR    9
Ramgarh    62
Lachhmangarh    66
Kathumar    67
Kaman    68
Nagar    69
Deeg    70
Kumher    71
Bharatpur    72
RJ    BAYANA    10
Rupbas    73
Nadbai    74
Weir    75
Bayana    76
Rajakhera    77
Dholpur    78
Bari    79
Mahuwa    87
RJ    SAWAIMADHOPUR    11
Karauli    80
Sapotra    81
Khandar    82
SawaiMadhopur    83
Bamanwas    84
Gangapur    85
Hindaun    86
TodaBhim    88
RJ    AJMER    12
Kishangarh    94
AjmerEast    95
AjmerWest    96
Pushkar    97
Nasirabad    98
Beawar    99
Masuda    100
Bhinai    101
RJ    TONK    13
Phulera    45
Dudu    46
Niwai    89
Tonk    90
Uniara    91
Todaraisingh    92
Malpura    93
Kekri    102
RJ    KOTA    14
Hindoli    103
Nainwa    104
Patan    105
Bundi    106
Kota    107
Digod    109
Pipalda    110
Baran    111
RJ    JHALAWAR    15
Kishanganj    112
Atru    113
Chhabra    114
Khanpur    116
ManoharThana    117
Jhalrapatan    118
Pirawa    119
Dag    120
RJ    BANSWARA    16
Kushalgarh    128
Danpur    129
Ghatol    130
Banswara    131
Bagidora    132
Sagwara    133
Chorasi    134
Dungarpur    135
RJ    SALUMBER    17
Pratapgarh    127
Aspur    136
Lasadia    137
Salumber    144
Sarada    145
Kherwara    146
Phalasia    147
Gogunda    148
RJ    UDAIPUR    18
Vallabhnagar    138
Mavli    139
Rajsamand    140
Nathdwara    141
Udaipur    142
UdaipurRural    143
Kumbhalgarh    149
Bhim    150
RJ    CHITTORGARH    19
Ladpura    108
Ramganjmandi    115
Begun    121
Gangrar    122
Kapasin    123
Chittorgarh    124
Nimbahera    125
BadiSadri    126
RJ    BHILWARA    20
Mandal    151
Sahada    152
Bhilwara    153
Mandalgarh    154
Jahazpur    155
Shahpura    156
Banera    157
Asind    158
RJ    PALI    21
Jaitaran    159
Raipur    160
Sojat    161
Kharchi    162
Desuri    163
Pali    164
Sumerpur    165
Bali    166
RJ    JALORE    22
Sirohi    167
PindwaraAbu    168
Reodar    169
Sanchore    170
Raniwara    171
Bhinmal    172
Jalore    173
Ahore    174
RJ    BARMER    23
Siwana    175
Pachpadra    176
Barmer    177
Gudamalani    178
Chohtan    179
Sheo    180
Jaisalmer    181
Shergarh    182
RJ    JODHPUR    24
Jodhpur    183
Sardarpura    184
Sursagar    185
Luni    186
Bilara    187
Bhopalgarh    188
Osian    189
Phalodi    190
RJ    NAGAUR    25
Nagaur    191
Deedwana    194
Nawan    195
Makrana    196
Parbatsar    197
Degana    198
Merta    199
Mundwa    200
SK    SIKKIM    1
Yoksam    1
Tashiding    2
Geyzing    3
Dentam    4
Barmiok    5
Rinchenpong    6
Chakung    7
Soreong    8
Daramdin    9
JorthangNayabazar    10
Ralang    11
Wak    12
Damthang    13
Melli    14
RateypaniWestPendam    15
TemiTarku    16
CentralPendamEastPendam    17
Rhenock    18
Regu    19
Pathing    20
LoosingPachekhani    21
Khamdong    22
Djongu    23
LachenMangshila    24
KabiTingda    25
RakdongTentek    26
Martam    27
Rumtek    28
AssamLingjey    29
Ranka    30
Gangtok    31
Sangha    32
TN    MADRASNORTH    1
Royapuram    1
Harbour    2
DrRadhakrishnanNagar    3
Perambur    5
Thiruvottiyur    17
Villivakkam    18
TN    MADRASCENTRAL    2
ParkTown    4
Purasawalkam    6
Egmore    7
AnnaNagar    8
ThousandLights    10
Chepauk    11
TN    MADRASSOUTH    3
TheagarayaNagar    9
Triplicane    12
Mylapore    13
Saidapet    14
Alandur    19
Tambaram    20
TN    SRIPERUMBUDUR    4
Gummidipundi    15
Ponneri    16
Sriperumbudur    27
Poonamallee    28
Tiruvallur    29
Tiruttani    30
TN    CHENGALPATTU    5
Tirupporur    21
Chengalpattu    22
Maduranthakam    23
Acharapakkam    24
Uthiramerur    25
Kancheepuram    26
TN    ARAKKONAM    6
Pallipet    31
Arakkonam    32
Sholinghur    33
Ranipet    34
Arcot    35
Cheyyar    50
TN    VELLORE    7
Katpadi    36
Gudiyatham    37
Pernambut    38
Anaicut    47
Vellore    48
Arni    49
TN    TIRUPPATTUR    8
Vaniayambadi    39
Natrampalli    40
Tiruppattur    41
Chengam    42
Thandarambattu    43
Kalasapakkam    45
TN    VANDAVASI    9
Tiruvannamalai    44
Polur    46
Vandavasi    51
Peranamallur    52
Melmalayanur    53
Gingee    54
TN    TINDIVANAM    10
Tindivanam    55
Vanur    56
Kandamangalam    57
Villupuram    58
Mugaiyur    59
Thirunavalur    60
TN    CUDDALORE    11
Ulundurpet    61
Nellikuppam    62
Cuddalore    63
Panruti    64
Rishivandiam    71
Sankarapuram    73
TN    CHIDAMBARAM    12
Kurinjipadi    65
Bhuvanagiri    66
Kattumannarkoil    67
Chidambaram    68
Vridhachalam    69
Mangalore    70
TN    DHARMAPURI    13
Harur    79
Morappur    80
Dharmapuri    82
Pennagaram    83
Mettur    84
Taramangalam    85
TN    KRISHNAGIRI    14
Hosur    74
Thalli    75
Kaveripattinam    76
Krishnagiri    77
Bargur    78
Palacode    81
TN    RASIPURAM    15
Chinnasalem    72
Attur    92
Talavasal    93
Rasipuram    94
Sendamangalam    95
Namakkal    96
TN    SALEM    16
Omalur    86
Yercaud    87
SalemI    88
SalemII    89
Veerapandi    90
Panamarathupatty    91
TN    TIRUCHENGODE    17
Kapilamalai    97
Tiruchengode    98
Sankari    99
Edapadi    100
Modakurichi    118
Erode    120
TN    NILGIRIS    18
Mettupalayam    101
Avanashi    102
Thondamuthur    103
Coonoor    126
Ootacamund    127
Gudalur    128
TN    GOBICHETTIPALAYAM    19
Perundurai    119
Bhavani    121
Andhiyur    122
Gobichettipalayam    123
Bhavanisagar    124
Sathyamangalam    125
TN    COIMBATORE    20
Singanallur    104
CoimbatoreWest    105
CoimbatoreEast    106
Perur    107
Palladam    115
Tiruppur    116
TN    POLLACHI    21
Kinathukkadavu    108
Pollachi    109
Valparai    110
Udumalpet    111
Dharapuram    112
Pongalur    114
TN    PALANI    22
Vellakoil    113
Kangayam    117
Palani    129
Oddanchatram    130
Natham    147
Vedasandur    150
TN    DINDIGUL    23
Thirumangalam    137
Usilampatti    138
Nilakottai    139
Sholavandan    140
Dindigul    148
Athoor    149
TN    MADURAI    24
Tirupparankundram    141
MaduraiWest    142
MaduraiCentral    143
MaduraiEast    144
Samayanallur    145
Melur    146
TN    PERIYAKULAM    25
Periyakulam    131
Theni    132
Bodinayakkanur    133
Cumbum    134
Andipatti    135
Sedapatti    136
TN    KARUR    26
Aravakurichi    151
Karur    152
Krishnarayapuram    153
Marungapuri    154
Kulithalai    155
Thottiam    156
TN    TIRUCHIRAPPALLI    27
Musiri    158
Lalgudi    159
Srirangam    165
ThiruchirappalliI    166
ThiruchirappalliII    167
Thiruverambur    168
TN    PERAMBALUR    28
Uppiliapuram    157
Perambalur    160
Varahur    161
Ariyalur    162
Andimadam    163
Jayankondam    164
TN    MAYILADUTURAI    29
Sirkali    169
Poompuhar    170
Mayuram    171
Kuttalam    172
Kumbakonam    187
Thiruvidamarudur    188
TN    NAGAPATTINAM    30
Nannilam    173
Tiruvarur    174
Nagapattinam    175
Vedaranyam    176
Tiruthuraipundi    177
Mannargudi    178
TN    THANJAVUR    31
Orathanad    181
Thiruvonam    182
Thanjavur    183
Tiruvaiyaru    184
Papanasam    185
Valangiman    186
TN    PUDUKKOTTAI    32
Pattukkottai    179
Peravurani    180
Kolathur    190
Pudukkottai    191
Alangudi    192
Arantangi    193
TN    SIVAGANGA    33
Thirumayam    189
Tiruppattur    194
Karaikudi    195
Tiruvadanai    196
Ilayangudi    197
Sivaganga    198
TN    RAMANATHAPURAM    34
Manamadurai    199
Paramakudi    200
Ramanathapuram    201
Kadaladi    202
Mudukulathur    203
Aruppukottai    204
TN    SIVAKASI    35
Sattur    205
Virudhunagar    206
Sivakasi    207
Srivilliputhur    208
Rajapalayam    209
Koilpatti    212
TN    TIRUNELVELI    36
Vilathikulam    210
Ottapidaram    211
Tirunelveli    218
Palayamcottai    219
Srivaikuntam    226
Tuticorin    227
TN    TENKASI    37
Sankaranayanarkoil    213
Vasudevanallur    214
Kadayanallur    215
Tenkasi    216
Alangulam    217
Ambasamudram    221
TN    TIRUCHENDUR    38
Cheranmahadevi    220
Nanguneri    222
Radhapuram    223
Sattangulam    224
Tiruchendur    225
Kanniyakumari    228
TN    NAGERCOIL    39
Nagercoil    229
Colachel    230
Padmanabhapuram    231
Thiruvattar    232
Vilavancode    233
Killiyoor    234
TP    TRIPURAWEST    1
Simna    1
Mohanpur    2
Bamutia    3
Barjala    4
Khayerpur    5
Agartala    6
Ramnagar    7
TownBordowali    8
Banamalipur    9
Majlishpur    10
Mandaibazar    11
Takarjala    12
Pratapgarh    13
Badharghat    14
Kamalasagar    15
Bishalgarh    16
Golaghati    17
Charilam    18
Boxanagar    19
Nalchar    20
Sonamura    21
Dhanpur    22
Bagma    30
Salgarh    31
Radhakishorepur    32
Matarbari    33
Kakraban    34
Rajnagar    35
Belonia    36
Santirbazar    37
TP    TRIPURAEAST    2
Ramchandraghat    23
Khowai    24
Asharambari    25
Pramodnagar    26
Kalyanpur    27
Krishnapur    28
Teliamura    29
Hrishyamukh    38
Jolaibari    39
Manu    40
Sabroom    41
Ampinagar    42
Birganj    43
RaimaValley    44
Kamalpur    45
Surma    46
Salema    47
Kulai    48
Chhawmanu    49
Pabiachhara    50
Fatikroy    51
Chandipur    52
Kailasahar    53
Kurti    54
Kadamtala    55
Dharmanagar    56
Jubarajnagar    57
Pencharthal    58
Panisagar    59
Kanchanpur    60
UP    BIJNOR    1
Afzalgarh    3
Nagina    4
Nazibabad    5
Bijnor    6
Chandpur    7
UP    AMROHA    2
Seohara    1
Dhampur    2
Kanth    8
Amroha    9
Hasanpur    10
UP    MORADABAD    3
Chandausi    14
Kunderki    15
MoradabadWest    16
Moradabad    17
MoradabadRural    18
UP    RAMPUR    4
Thakurdwara    19
SuarTanda    20
Rampur    21
Bilaspur    22
Shahabad    23
UP    SAMBHAL    5
Gangeshwari    11
Sambhal    12
Bahjoi    13
Bisauli    24
Gunnaur    25
UP    BUDAUN    6
Sahaswan    26
Bilsi    27
Budaun    28
Usehat    29
Kasganj    331
UP    AONLA    7
Binawar    30
Dataganj    31
Aonla    32
Sunha    33
Faridpur    34
UP    BAREILLY    8
BareillyCantonment    35
BareillyCity    36
Nawabganj    37
Bhojipura    38
Kawar    39
Baheri    40
UP    PILIBHIT    9
Pilibhit    41
Barkhera    42
Bisalpur    43
Puranpur    44
Powayan    45
UP    SHAHJAHANPUR    10
Nigohi    46
Tilhar    47
Jalalabad    48
Dadraul    49
Shahjahanpur    50
UP    KHERI    11
Paila    53
Lakhimpur    54
Srinagar    55
Nighasan    56
Dhaurehra    57
UP    SHAHABAD    12
Mohamdi    51
Haiderabad    52
Bawan    71
Pihani    72
Shahabad    73
UP    SITAPUR    13
Behta    58
Biswan    59
Laharpur    62
Sitapur    63
Hargaon    64
UP    MISRIKH    14
Mahmudabad    60
Sidhauli    61
Misrikh    65
Machhrehta    66
Beniganj    67
UP    HARDOI    15
Sandila    68
Ahirori    69
Hardoi    70
Bilgram    74
Mallawan    75
UP    LUCKNOW    16
Mahona    84
LucknowEast    85
LucknowWest    86
LucknowCentral    87
LucknowCantonment    88
UP    MOHANLALGANJ    17
Purwa    81
Hasanganj    82
Malihabad    83
Sarojininagar    89
Mohanlalganj    90
UP    UNNAO    18
Bangarmau    76
Safipur    77
Unnao    78
Hadha    79
Bhagwantnagar    80
UP    RAEBARELI    19
Bachhrawan    91
RaeBareli    93
Sataon    94
Sareni    95
Dalmau    96
UP    PRATAPGARH    20
Kunda    98
Bihar    99
RampurKhas    100
Gadwara    101
Pratapgarh    102
UP    AMETHI    21
Tiloi    92
Salon    97
Amethi    105
Gauriganj    106
Jagdishpur    107
UP    SULTANPUR    22
Issauli    108
Sultanpur    109
Jaisinghpur    110
Chanda    111
Kadipur    112
UP    AKBARPUR    23
Katehari    113
Akbarpur    114
Jalalpur    115
Jahangirganj    116
Tanda    117
UP    FAIZABAD    24
Ayodhya    118
Bikapur    119
Milkipur    120
Sohawal    121
Rudauli    122
UP    BARABANKI    25
Siddhaur    124
Haidergarh    125
Masauli    126
Nawabganj    127
Fatehpur    128
UP    KAISERGANJ    26
Dariyabad    123
Ramnagar    129
Kaiserganj    130
Fakharpur    131
Mahsi    132
UP    BAHRAICH    27
Nanpara    133
Charda    134
Bhinga    135
Bahraich    136
Ikauna    137
UP    BALRAMPUR    28
Gainsari    138
Tulsipur    139
Balrampur    140
Utraula    141
Sadullanagar    142
UP    GONDA    29
Mankapur    143
Mujehna    144
Gonda    145
KatraBazar    146
Colonelganj    147
UP    BASTI    30
Dixir    148
Harraiya    149
Captainganj    150
NagarEast    151
Basti    152
UP    DOMARIAGANJ    31
Domariaganj    154
Itwa    155
Shohratgarh    156
Naugarh    157
Bansi    158
UP    KHALILABAD    32
Ramnagar    153
Khesraha    159
Menhdawal    160
Khalilabad    161
Hainsarbazar    162
UP    BANSGAON    33
Bansgaon    163
Dhuriapar    164
Chillupar    165
Kauriram    166
MunderaBazar    167
UP    GORAKHPUR    34
Pipraich    168
Gorakhpur    169
Maniram    170
Sahjanwa    171
ShyamDeurwa    177
UP    MAHARAJGANJ    35
Paniara    172
Pharenda    173
Lakshmipur    174
Siswa    175
Maharajganj    176
UP    PADRAUNA    36
Naurangia    178
Ramkola    179
Hata    180
Padrauna    181
Seorahi    182
UP    DEORIA    37
Fazilnagar    183
Kasia    184
GauriBazar    185
Rudrapur    186
Deoria    187
UP    SALEMPUR    38
BhatparRani    188
Salempur    189
Barhaj    190
Siar    206
Sikandarpur    208
UP    BALLIA    39
Chilkahar    207
Bansdih    209
Doaba    210
Ballia    211
Kopachit    212
UP    GHOSI    40
Natthupur    191
Ghosi    192
Sagri    193
Mau    204
Rasra    205
UP    AZAMGARH    41
Gopalpur    194
Azamgarh    195
Atraulia    197
Phulpur    198
Saraimir    199
UP    LALGANJ    42
Nizamabad    196
Mehnagar    200
Lalganj    201
Mubarakpur    202
MohammadabadGohna    203
UP    MACHHLISHAHR    43
Birapur    103
Patti    104
Khutahan    241
Garwara    242
Machhlishahr    243
UP    JAUNPUR    44
Barsathi    234
Mariahu    235
Jaunpur    238
Rari    239
Shahganj    240
UP    SAIDPUR    45
Jakhania    218
Sadat    219
Saidpur    220
Kerakat    236
Beyalsi    237
UP    GHAZIPUR    46
Zahoorabad    213
Mohammadabad    214
Dildarnagar    215
Zamania    216
Ghazipur    217
UP    CHANDAULI    47
Dhanapur    221
Chandauli    222
Chakia    223
Mughalsarai    224
Chiraigaon    228
UP    VARANASI    48
VaranasiCantonment    225
VaranasiSouth    226
VaranasiNorth    227
Kolasla    229
Gangapur    230
UP    ROBERTSGANJ    49
Dudhi    244
Robertsganj    245
Rajgarh    246
Chunar    247
Majhwa    248
UP    MIRZAPUR    50
Aurai    231
Gyanpur    232
Bhadohi    233
Mirzapur    249
Chhanvey    250
UP    PHULPUR    51
Jhusi    254
Handia    255
Pratappur    256
Soraon    257
Nawabganj    258
UP    ALLAHABAD    52
Meja    251
Karchana    252
Bara    253
AllahabadNorth    259
AllahabadSouth    260
UP    CHAIL    53
AllahabadWest    261
Chail    262
Manjhanpur    263
Sirathu    264
Khaga    265
UP    FATEHPUR    54
Kishunpur    266
Haswa    267
Fatehpur    268
Bindki    270
Tindwari    302
UP    BANDA    55
Manikpur    299
Karwi    300
Baberu    301
Banda    303
Naraini    304
UP    HAMIRPUR    56
Hamirpur    305
Maudaha    306
Rath    307
Charkhari    308
Mahoba    309
UP    JHANSI    57
Mehroni    310
Lalitpur    311
Jhansi    312
Babina    313
Mauranipur    314
UP    JALAUN    58
Garoutha    315
Konch    316
Orai    317
Kalpi    318
Madhogarh    319
UP    GHATAMPUR    59
Jahanabad    269
Ghatampur    278
Bhognipur    279
Rajpur    280
Derapur    284
UP    BILHAUR    60
Kalyanpur    276
Sarsaul    277
Sarvankhera    281
Chaubepur    282
Bilhaur    283
UP    KANPUR    61
Aryanagar    271
Sisamau    272
Generalganj    273
KanpurCantonment    274
Govindnagar    275
UP    ETAWAH    62
Auraiya    285
Ajitmal    286
Lakhana    287
Etawah    288
Jaswantnagar    289
UP    KANNAUJ    63
Bharthana    290
Bidhuna    291
Kannauj    292
Umardha    293
Chhibramau    294
UP    FARRUKHABAD    64
Kamalganj    295
Farrukhabad    296
Kaimganj    297
Mohammdabad    298
Bhongaon    320
UP    MAINPURI    65
Kishni    321
Karhal    322
Jasrana    324
Ghiror    325
Mainpuri    326
UP    JALESAR    66
NidhauliKalan    333
Jalesar    334
Tundla    338
Etmadpur    339
Sadabad    351
UP    ETAH    67
Aliganj    327
Patiali    328
Sakit    329
Soron    330
Etah    332
UP    FIROZABAD    68
Shikohabad    323
Firozabad    335
Bah    336
Fatehabad    337
Kheragarh    344
UP    AGRA    69
Dayalbagh    340
AgraCantonment    341
AgraEast    342
AgraWest    343
FatehpurSikri    345
UP    MATHURA    70
Goverdhan    346
Mathura    347
Chhata    348
Mat    349
Gokul    350
UP    HATHRAS    71
Hathras    352
Sasni    353
SikandaraRao    354
Gangiri    355
Atrauli    356
UP    ALIGARH    72
Aligarh    357
Koil    358
Iglas    359
Barauli    360
Khair    361
UP    KHURJA    73
Jewar    362
Khurja    363
Debai    364
Sikandrabad    370
Dadri    371
UP    BULANDSHAHR    74
Anupshahr    365
Siana    366
Agota    367
Bulandshahr    368
Shikarpur    369
UP    HAPUR    75
Ghaziabad    372
Muradnagar    373
Modinagar    374
Hapur    375
Garhmukteshwar    376
UP    MEERUT    76
Kithore    377
Hastinapur    378
MeerutCantonment    380
Meerut    381
Kharkhauda    382
UP    BAGHPAT    77
Siwalkhas    383
Khekra    384
Baghpat    385
Barnawa    386
Chaprauli    387
UP    MUZAFFARNAGAR    78
Sardhana    379
Khatauli    389
Jansath    390
Morna    391
Muzaffarnagar    392
Deoband    400
UP    KAIRANA    79
Kandhla    388
Charthawal    393
Baghra    394
Kairana    395
ThanaBhawan    396
UP    SAHARANPUR    80
Nakur    397
Sarsawa    398
Nagal    399
Harora    401
Saharanpur    402
Muzaffarabad    403
WB    COOCHBEHAR    1
Sitalkuchi    2
Mathabhanga    3
CoochBeharNorth    4
CoochBeharWest    5
Sitai    6
Dinhata    7
Natabari    8
WB    ALIPURDUARS    2
Tufanganj    9
Kumargram    10
Kalchini    11
Alipurduars    12
Falakata    13
Madarihat    14
Nagrakata    16
WB    JALPAIGURI    3
Mekliganj    1
Dhupguri    15
Mainaguri    17
Mal    18
Kranti    19
Jalpaiguri    20
Rajganj    21
WB    DARJEELING    4
Kalimpong    22
Darjeeling    23
Kurseong    24
Siliguri    25
Phansidewa    26
Chopra    27
Islampur    28
WB    RAIGANJ    5
Goalpokhar    29
Karandighi    30
Raiganj    31
Itahar    34
Kharba    41
Harishchandrapur    42
Ratua    43
WB    BALURGHAT    6
Kaliaganj    32
Kushmandi    33
Gangarampur    35
Tapan    36
Kumarganj    37
Balurghat    38
Gajol    40
WB    MALDA    7
Habibpur    39
Araidanga    44
Malda    45
Englishbazar    46
Manikchak    47
Suzapur    48
Kaliachak    49
WB    JANGIPUR    8
Farakka    50
Aurangabad    51
Suti    52
Sagardighi    53
Jangipur    54
Nabagram    57
Khargram    66
WB    MURSHIDABAD    9
Lalgola    55
Bhagabangola    56
Murshidabad    58
Jalangi    59
Domkal    60
Hariharpara    62
Karimpur    69
WB    BERHAMPORE    10
Naoda    61
Berhampore    63
Beldanga    64
Kandi    65
Barwan    67
Bharatpur    68
Ketugram    282
WB    KRISHNAGAR    11
Palashipara    70
Nakashipara    71
Kaliganj    72
Chapra    73
Krishnaganj    74
KrishnagarEast    75
KrishnagarWest    76
WB    NABADWIP    12
Nabadwip    77
Santipur    78
Hanskhali    79
RanaghatEast    80
RanaghatWest    81
Chakdaha    82
Haringhata    83
WB    BARASAT    13
Bagdaha    84
Bongaon    85
Gaighata    86
Habra    87
Ashokenagar    88
Barasat    90
Deganga    92
WB    BASIRHAT    14
Swarupnagar    93
Baduria    94
Basirhat    95
Hasnabad    96
Haroa    97
Hingalganj    99
Bhangar    107
WB    JOYNAGAR    15
Sandeshkhali    98
Gosaba    100
Basanti    101
Kultali    102
Joynagar    103
CanningWest    105
CanningEast    106
WB    MATHURAPUR    16
MagrahatEast    121
Mandirbazar    122
Mathurapur    123
Kulpi    124
Patharpratima    125
Kakdwip    126
Sagar    127
WB    DIAMONDHARBOUR    17
BishnupurWest    111
GardenReach    114
Maheshtala    115
BudgeBudge    116
Satgachia    117
Falta    118
DiamondHarbour    119
WB    JADAVPUR    18
Baruipur    104
Jadavpur    108
BishnupurEast    110
BehalaEast    112
BehalaWest    113
MagrahatWest    120
Kabitirtha    147
WB    BARRACKPORE    19
Amdanga    89
Bijpur    128
Naihati    129
Bhatpara    130
Jagatdal    131
Noapara    132
Titagarh    133
WB    DUMDUM    20
Rajarhat    91
Khardah    134
Panihati    135
Kamarhati    136
Baranagar    137
DumDum    138
BelgachiaEast    139
WB    CALCUTTANORTHWEST    21
Cossipur    140
Shyampukur    141
Jorabagan    142
Jorasanko    143
BaraBazar    144
BowBazar    145
Taltola    154
WB    CALCUTTANORTHEAST    22
Entally    153
Beliaghata    155
Sealdah    156
Vidyasagar    157
Burtola    158
Manicktola    159
BelgachiaWest    160
WB    CALCUTTASOUTH    23
Sonarpur    109
Chowringhee    146
Alipore    148
RashbehariAvenue    149
Tollygunge    150
Dhakuria    151
Ballygunge    152
WB    HOWRAH    24
Bally    161
HowrahNorth    162
HowrahCentral    163
HowrahSouth    164
Shibpur    165
Domjur    166
Sankrail    169
WB    ULUBERIA    25
UluberiaNorth    170
UluberiaSouth    171
Shyampur    172
Bagnan    173
Kalyanpur    174
Amta    175
Udaynarayanpur    176
WB    SERAMPORE    26
Jagatballavpur    167
Panchla    168
Jangipara    177
Chanditala    178
Uttarpara    179
Serampore    180
Champdani    181
WB    HOOGHLY    27
Chandernagore    182
Singur    183
Haripal    184
Chinsurah    186
Bansberia    187
Polba    190
Dhaniakhali    191
WB    ARAMBAGH    28
Tarakeswar    185
Pursurah    192
Khanakul    193
Arambagh    194
Goghat    195
Chandrakona    196
Ghatal    197
WB    PANSKURA    29
Daspur    198
Nandanpur    199
PanskuraWest    200
Sabang    216
Pingla    217
Debra    218
Keshpur    219
WB    TAMLUK    30
PanskuraEast    201
Tamluk    202
Moyna    203
Mahishadal    204
Sutahata    205
Nandigram    206
Narghat    207
WB    CONTAI    31
Bhagabanpur    208
Khajuri    209
ContaiNorth    210
ContaiSouth    211
Ramnagar    212
Egra    213
Mugberia    214
WB    MIDNAPORE    32
Pataspur    215
Midnapore    223
KharagpurTown    224
KharagpurRural    225
Keshiari    226
Narayangarh    227
Dantan    228
WB    JHARGRAM    33
GarhbetaEast    220
GarhbetaWest    221
Salbani    222
Nayagram    229
Gopiballavpur    230
Jhargram    231
Binpur    232
WB    PURULIA    34
Banduan    233
Manbazar    234
Balrampur    235
Arsa    236
Jhalda    237
Jaipur    238
Purulia    239
WB    BANKURA    35
Para    240
Raghunathpur    241
Kashipur    242
Hura    243
Chhatna    248
Bankura    251
Onda    252
WB    VISHNUPUR    36
Taldangra    244
Raipur    245
Ranibandh    246
Indpur    247
Vishnupur    253
Kotulpur    254
Indas    255
WB    DURGAPUR    37
Gangajalghati    249
Barjora    250
Sonamukhi    256
DurgapurI    264
DurgapurII    265
Kanksa    266
Galsi    269
WB    ASANSOL    38
Kulti    257
Barabani    258
Hirapur    259
Asansol    260
Raniganj    261
Jamuria    262
Ukhra    263
WB    BURDWAN    39
Bhatar    268
BurdwanNorth    270
BurdwanSouth    271
Khandaghosh    272
Raina    273
Jamalpur    274
Memari    275
WB    KATWA    40
Balagarh    188
Pandua    189
Kalna    276
Nadanghat    277
Manteswar    278
Purbasthali    279
Katwa    280
WB    BOLPUR    41
Ausgram    267
Mangalkot    281
Nanur    283
Bolpur    284
Labhpur    285
Dubrajpur    286
Mayureswar    290
WB    BIRBHUM    42
Rajnagar    287
Suri    288
MahammadBazar    289
Rampurhat    291
Hansan    292
Nalhati    293
Murarai    294
CG    SURGUJA    1
Baikunthpur    2
Premnagar    3
Surajpur    4
Pal    5
Samri    6
Lundra    7
Pilkha    8
Ambikapur    9
Sitapur    10
CG    RAIGARH    2
Bagicha    11
Jashpur    12
Tapkara    13
Pathalgaon    14
Dharamjaigarh    15
Lailunga    16
Raigarh    17
Kharsia    18
CG    JANJGIR    3
Rampur    21
Katghora    22
Tanakhar    23
Masturi    32
Sipat    33
Akaltara    34
Champa    36
Sakti    37
CG    BILASPUR    4
Manendragarh    1
Marwahi    24
Kota    25
Lormi    26
Mungeli    27
Jarhagaon    28
Takhatpur    29
Bilaspur    30
Bilha    31
CG    SARANGARH    5
Saria    19
Sarangarh    20
Pamgarh    35
Malkharoda    38
Chandrapur    39
Pallari    48
Kasdol    49
Bhatgaon    50
CG    RAIPUR    6
RaipurTown    40
RaipurRural    41
Abhanpur    42
Mandirhasod    43
Arang    44
Dharsiwa    45
Bhatapara    46
BalodaBazar    47
CG    MAHASAMUND    7
Rajim    51
Bindranawagarh    52
Saraipali    53
Basna    54
Khallari    55
Mahasamund    56
Kurud    58
Dhamtari    59
CG    KANKER    8
Sihawa    57
Bhanupratappur    60
Kanker    61
Narayanpur    62
KesKala    63
Gunderdehi    79
Balod    81
DondiLohara    82
CG    BASTAR    9
Kondagaon    64
Bhanpuri    65
Jagdalpur    66
Keslur    67
Chitrakote    68
Dantewada    69
Konta    70
Bijapur    71
CG    DURG    10
Maro    72
Bemetara    73
Saja    74
Dhamdha    75
Durg    76
Bhilai    77
Patan    78
Khertha    80
CG    RAJNANDGAON    11
Chowki    83
Khujji    84
Dongargaon    85
Rajnandgaon    86
Dongargarh    87
Khairagarh    88
Birendranagar    89
Kawardha    90
JH    RAJMAHAL    1
Rajmahal    1
Borio    2
Barhait    3
Litipara    4
Pakaur    5
Maheshpur    6
JH    DUMKA    2
Sikaripara    7
Nala    8
Jamtara    9
Dumka    10
Jama    11
Sarath    14
JH    GODDA    3
Jarmundi    12
Madhupur    13
Deoghar    15
Poreyahat    16
Godda    17
Mahagama    18
JH    CHATRA    4
Simaria    26
Chatra    27
Manika    73
Latehar    74
Panki    75
JH    KODARMA    5
Kodarma    19
Barkatha    20
Dhanwar    28
Bagodar    29
Jamua    30
Gandey    31
JH    GIRIDIH    6
Giridih    32
Dumri    33
Gomia    34
Bermo    35
Tundi    42
Baghmara    43
JH    DHANBAD    7
Bokaro    36
Chandankiyari    37
Sindri    38
Nirsa    39
Dhanbad    40
Jharia    41
JH    RANCHI    8
Ichagarh    50
Silli    61
Khijri    62
Ranchi    63
Hatia    64
Kanke    65
JH    JAMSHEDPUR    9
Baharagora    44
Ghatsila    45
Potka    46
Jugsalai    47
JamshedpurEast    48
JamshedpurWest    49
JH    SINGHBHUM    10
Seraikella    51
Chaibasa    52
Majhgaon    53
Jaganathpur    54
Manoharpur    55
Chakradharpur    56
JH    KHUNTI    11
Kharsawan    57
Tamar    58
Torpa    59
Khunti    60
Simdega    70
Kolebira    71
JH    LOHARDAGA    12
Mandar    66
Sisai    67
Gumla    68
Bishunpur    69
Lohardaga    72
JH    PALAMAU    13
Daltonganj    76
Bishrampur    77
Chhatarpur    78
Hussainabad    79
Garhwa    80
Bhawanathpur    81
JH    HAZARIBAGH    14
Barhi    21
Barkagaon    22
Ramgarh    23
Mandu    24
Hazaribagh    25
UK    TEHRIGARHWAL    1
Purola    1
Gangotri    2
Yamunotri    3
Pratapnagar    4
Tehri    5
Ghansali    6
Deoprayag    7
Narendranagar    8
Dhanolti    9
Chakrata    10
Vikasnagar    11
Sahaspur    12
LaxmanChowk    13
Dehradun    14
Rajpur    15
Mussoorie    16
Rishikesh    17
Doiwala    18
Rudraprayag    36
UK    GARHWAL    2
Yamakeshwar    28
Kotdwar    29
Dhumakot    30
Bironkhal    31
Lansdowne    32
Pauri    33
Srinagar    34
Thalisain    35
Kedarnath    37
Badrinath    38
Nandprayag    39
Karanprayag    40
Pindar    41
LaxmanChowk    113
Dehradun    114
Rajpur    115
Mussoorie    116
Doiwala    118
Rudraprayag    136
UK    ALMORA    3
Kapkot    42
Kanda    43
Bageshwar    44
Dwarahat    45
Bhikiasain    46
Salt    47
Ranikhet    48
Someshwar    49
Almora    50
Jageshwar    51
Champawat    64
Lohaghat    65
Pithoragarh    66
Gangolihat    67
Didihat    68
Kanalichhina    69
Dharchula    70
UK    NAINITAL    4
Mukteshwar    52
Dhari    53
Haldwani    54
Nainital    55
Ramnagar    56
Jaspur    57
Kashipur    58
Bajpur    59
PantnagarGadarpur    60
RudrapurKichha    61
Sitarganj    62
Khatima    63
Champawat    164
UK    HARDWAR    5
Bhagwanpur    19
Roorkee    20
Iqbalpur    21
Manglor    22
Landhaura    23
Laksar    24
Bahadrabad    25
Hardwar    26
Laldhang    27
AN    ANDAMANNICOBARISLANDS    1
AndamanNicobarIslands
CH    CHANDIGARH    1
Chandigarh
DN    DADRANAGARHAVELI    1
DadraNagarHaveli
DD    DAMANANDDIU    1
DamanAndDiu
DL    NEWDELHI    1
SarojiniNagar    1
GoleMarket    2
MintoRoad    3
KasturbaNagar    4
Jangpura    5
MatiaMahal    158
DL    SOUTHDELHI    2
Okhla    6
Kalkaji    7
MalviyaNagar    8
HauzKhas    9
Rkpuram    10
DelhiCantonment    11
JanakPuri    12
HariNagar    13
TilakNagar    14
RajouriGarden    15
SarojiniNagar    101
GoleMarket    102
KasturbaNagar    104
DL    OUTERDELHI    3
Madipur    16
TriNagar    17
Shakurbasti    18
ShalimarBagh    19
Badli    20
SahibabadDaulatpur    21
Bawana    22
SultanpurMajra    23
Mangolpuri    24
NangloiJat    25
VishnuGarden    26
Hastsal    27
Najafgarh    28
Nasirpur    29
Palam    30
Mahipalpur    31
Mehrauli    32
Saket    33
DrAmbedkarNagar    34
Tuglakabad    35
Badarpur    36
MalviyaNagar    108
Janakpuri    112
Narela    154
BhalswaJahangirpuri    155
DL    EASTDELHI    4
Trilokpuri    37
PatparGanj    38
Mandawali    39
GeetaColony    40
GandhiNagar    41
KrishnaNagar    42
VishwashNagar    43
Shahdara    44
Seemapuri    45
NandNagari    46
RohtasNagar    47
Babarpur    48
Seelampur    49
Ghonda    50
YamunaVihar    51
QarawalNagar    52
Wazirpur    53
Narela    54
BhalswaJahangirpur    55
AdarshNagar    56
TimarPur    161
ModelTown    162
DL    CHANDNICHOWK    5
PaharGanj    57
MatiaMahal    58
BalliMaran    59
ChandniChowk    60
MintoRoad    103
RamNagar    169
DL    DELHISADAR    6
Timarpur    61
ModelTown    62
KamlaNagar    63
SadarBazar    64
MotiNagar    65
DL    KAROLBAGH    7
PatelNagar    66
RajinderNagar    67
KarolBagh    68
RamNagar    69
BaljitNagar    70
MotiNagar    165
LD    LAKSHADWEEP    1
Lakshadweep
PY    PONDICHERRY    1
Muthialpet    1
Cassicade    2
RajBhavan    3
Bussy    4
Oupalam    5
Orleampeth    6
Nellithope    7
Modeliarpeth    8
Ariankuppam    9
Embalom    10
Nettapakkam    11
Kuruvinatham    12
Bahour    13
Thirubuvanai    14
Mannadipeth    15
Ossudu    16
Villenour    17
Ozhukarai    18
Thattanchavady    19
Reddiarpalayam    20
Lawspet    21
Cotchery    22
Karaikal    23
KaraikalSouth    24
NeravyGrandAldee    25
Tirunallar    26
Neduncadu    27
Mahe    28
Palloor    29
Yanam    30

2009 Lok Sabha and Assembly Constituencies (New)

StateNoConstituencyNo    State    Lok Sabha Constituency    No.    State Assembly Constituency
S011    AP    ADILABAD    1    SIRPUR
S011            5    ASIFABAD
S011            6    KHANAPUR
S011            7    ADILABAD
S011            8    BOATH
S011            9    NIRMAL
S011            10    MUDHOLE
S012    AP    PEDDAPALLE    2    CHENNUR
S012            3    BELLAMPALLY
S012            4    MANCHERIAL
S012            22    DHARMAPURI
S012            23    RAMAGUNDAM
S012            24    MANTHANI
S012            25    PEDDAPALLE
S013    AP    KARIMNAGAR    26    KARIMNAGAR
S013            27    CHOPPADANDI
S013            28    VEMULAWADA
S013            29    SIRCILLA
S013            30    MANAKONDUR
S013            31    HUZURABAD
S013            32    HUSNABAD
S014    AP    NIZAMABAD    11    ARMUR
S014            12    BODHAN
S014            17    NIZAMABAD (URBAN)
S014            18    NIZAMABAD (RURAL)
S014            19    BALKONDA
S014            20    KORATLA
S014            21    JAGTIAL
S015    AP    ZAHIRABAD    13    JUKKAL
S015            14    BANSWADA
S015            15    YELLAREDDY
S015            16    KAMAREDDY
S015            35    NARAYANKHED
S015            36    ANDOLE
S015            38    ZAHIRABAD
S016    AP    MEDAK    33    SIDDIPET
S016            34    MEDAK
S016            37    NARSAPUR
S016            39    SANGAREDDY
S016            40    PATANCHERU
S016            41    DUBBAK
S016            42    GAJWEL
S017    AP    MALKAJGIRI    43    MEDCHAL
S017            44    MALKAJGIRI
S017            45    QUTHBULLAPUR
S017            46    KUKATPALLY
S017            47    UPPAL
S017            49    LAL BAHADUR NAGAR
S017            71    SECUNDERABAD CANTT.
S018    AP    SECUNDRABAD    57    MUSHEERABAD
S018            59    AMBERPET
S018            60    KHAIRATABAD
S018            61    JUBILEE HILLS
S018            62    SANATH NAGAR
S018            63    NAMPALLI
S018            70    SECUNDRABAD
S019    AP    HYDERABAD    58    MALAKPET
S019            64    KARWAN
S019            65    GOSHAMAHAL
S019            66    CHARMINAR
S019            67    CHANDRAYANGUTTA
S019            68    YAKUTPURA
S019            69    BAHDURPURA
S0110    AP    CHELVELLA    50    MAHESHWARAM
S0110            51    RAJENDRANAGAR
S0110            52    SERILINGAMPALLY
S0110            53    CHEVELLA
S0110            54    PARGI
S0110            55    VICARADAB
S0110            56    TANDUR
S0111    AP    MAHBUBNAGAR    72    KODANGAL
S0111            73    NARAYANPET
S0111            74    MAHBUBNAGAR
S0111            75    JADCHERLA
S0111            76    DEVARKADRA
S0111            77    MAKTHAL
S0111            84    SHADNAGAR
S0112    AP    NAGARKURNOOL    78    WANAPARTHY
S0112            79    GADWAL
S0112            80    ALAMPUR
S0112            81    NAGARKURNOOL
S0112            82    ACHAMPET
S0112            83    KALWAKURTHY
S0112            85    KOLLAPUR
S0113    AP    NALGONDA    86    DEVARAKONDA
S0113            87    NAGARJUNA SAGAR
S0113            88    MIRYALGUDA
S0113            89    HUZURNAGAR
S0113            90    KODAD
S0113            91    SURYAPET
S0113            92    NALGONDA
S0114    AP    BHONGIR    48    IBRAHIMPATNAM
S0114            93    MUNUGODE
S0114            94    BHONGIR
S0114            95    NAKREKAL
S0114            96    THUNGATHURTHY
S0114            97    ALAIR
S0114            98    JANGOAN
S0115    AP    WARANGAL    99    GHANPUR (STATION)
S0115            100    PALAKURTHI
S0115            104    PARKAL
S0115            105    WARANGAL WEST
S0115            106    WARANGAL EAST
S0115            107    WARDHANAPET
S0115            108    BHUPALPALLE
S0116    AP    MAHABUBABAD    101    DORNAKAL
S0116            102    MAHABUBABAD
S0116            103    NARSAMPET
S0116            109    MULUG
S0116            110    PINAPAKA
S0116            111    YELLANDU
S0116            119    BHADRACHELAM
S0117    AP    KHAMMAM    112    KHAMMAM
S0117            113    PALAIR
S0117            114    MADIRA
S0117            115    WYRA
S0117            116    SATHUPALLI
S0117            117    KOTHAGUDEM
S0117            118    ASWARAOPETA
S0118    AP    ARUKU    129    PALAKONDA
S0118            130    KURUPAM
S0118            131    PARVATHIPURAM
S0118            132    SALUR
S0118            147    ARAKU VALLEY
S0118            148    PADERU
S0118            172    RAMPACHODAVARAM
S0119    AP    SRIKAKULAM    120    ICHCHAPURAM
S0119            121    PALASA
S0119            122    TEKKALI
S0119            123    PATHAPATNAM
S0119            124    SRIKAKULAM
S0119            125    AMADALAVALASA
S0119            127    NARASANNAPETA
S0120    AP    VIZIANAGARAM    126    ETCHERLA
S0120            128    RAJAM
S0120            133    BOBBILI
S0120            134    CHEEPURUPALLE
S0120            135    GAJAPATHINAGARAM
S0120            136    NELLIMARLA
S0120            137    VIZIANAGARAM
S0121    AP    VISAKHAPATNAM    138    SRUNGAVARAPUKOTA
S0121            139    BHIMLI
S0121            140    VISAKHAPATNAM EAST
S0121            141    VISAKHAPATNAM SOUTH
S0121            142    VISAKHAPATNAM NORTH
S0121            143    VISAKHAPATNAM WEST
S0121            144    GAJUWAKA
S0122    AP    ANAKAPALLI    145    CHODAVARAM
S0122            146    MADUGULA
S0122            149    ANAKAPALLE
S0122            150    PENDURTHI
S0122            151    ELAMANCHILI
S0122            152    PAYAKARAOPET
S0122            153    NARSIPATNAM
S0123    AP    KAKINADA    154    TUNI
S0123            155    PRATHIPADU
S0123            156    PITHAPURAM
S0123            157    KAKINADA RURAL
S0123            158    PEDDAPURAM
S0123            160    KAKINADA CITY
S0123            171    JAGGAMPETA
S0124    AP    AMALAPURAM    161    RAMACHANDRAPURAM
S0124            162    MUMMIDIVARAM
S0124            163    AMALAPURAM
S0124            164    RAZOLE
S0124            165    GANNAVARAM
S0124            166    KOTHAPETA
S0124            167    MANDAPETA
S0125    AP    RAJAHMUNDRY    159    ANAPARTHY
S0125            168    RAJANAGARAM
S0125            169    RAJAHMUNDRY CITY
S0125            170    RAJAMUNDRY RURAL
S0125            173    KOVVUR
S0125            174    NIDADAVOLE
S0125            185    GOPALAPURAM
S0126    AP    NARSAPURAM    175    ACHANTA
S0126            176    PALACOLE
S0126            177    NARASAPURAM
S0126            178    BHIMAVARAM
S0126            179    UNDI
S0126            180    TANUKU
S0126            181    TADEPALLIGUDEM
S0127    AP    ELURU    182    UNGUTURU
S0127            183    DENDULURU
S0127            184    ELURU
S0127            186    POLAVARAM
S0127            187    CHINTALAPUDI
S0127            189    NUZVID
S0127            192    KAIKALUR
S0128    AP    MACHILIPATNAM    190    GANNAVARAM
S0128            191    GUDIVADA
S0128            193    PEDANA
S0128            194    MACHILIPATNAM
S0128            195    AVANIGADDA
S0128            196    PAMARRU
S0128            197    PENAMALURU
S0129    AP    VIJAYAWADA    188    TIRUVURU
S0129            198    VIJAYWADA WEST
S0129            199    VIJAYAWADA CENTRAL
S0129            200    VIJAYAWADA EAST
S0129            201    MYLAVARAM
S0129            202    NANDIGAMA
S0129            203    JAGGAYYAPETA
S0130    AP    GUNTUR    205    TADIKONDA
S0130            206    MANGALAGIRI
S0130            207    PONNUR
S0130            210    TENALI
S0130            212    PRATHIPADU
S0130            213    GUNTUR WEST
S0130            214    GUNTUR EAST
S0131    AP    NARASARAOPET    204    PEDAKURAPADU
S0131            215    CHILAKALURIPET
S0131            216    NARASARAOPET
S0131            217    SATTENPALLI
S0131            218    VINUKONDA
S0131            219    GURUZALA
S0131            220    MACHERLA
S0132    AP    BAPATLA    208    VEMURU
S0132            209    REPALLE
S0132            211    BAPATLA
S0132            223    PARCHUR
S0132            224    ADDANKI
S0132            225    CHIRALA
S0132            226    SANTHANUTHALAPADU
S0133    AP    ONGOLE    221    YERRAGONDAPALEM
S0133            222    DARSI
S0133            227    ONGOLE
S0133            229    KONDAPI
S0133            230    MARKAPURAM
S0133            231    GIDDALUR
S0133            232    KANIGIRI
S0134    AP    NANDYAL    253    ALLAGADDA
S0134            254    SRISAILAM
S0134            255    NANDIKOTKUR
S0134            257    PANYAM
S0134            258    NANDYAL
S0134            259    BANAGANAPALLE
S0134            260    DHONE
S0135    AP    KURNOOL    256    KURNOOL
S0135            261    PATTIKONDA
S0135            262    KODUMUR
S0135            263    YEMMIGANUR
S0135            264    MANTRALAYAM
S0135            265    ADONI
S0135            266    ALUR
S0136    AP    ANANTAPUR    267    RAYADURG
S0136            268    URAVAKONDA
S0136            269    GUNTAKAL
S0136            270    TADPATRI
S0136            271    SINGANAMALA
S0136            272    ANANTAPUR URBAN
S0136            273    KALYANDURG
S0137    AP    HINDUPUR    274    RAPTADU
S0137            275    MADAKASIRA
S0137            276    HINDUPUR
S0137            277    PENUKONDA
S0137            278    PUTTAPARTHI
S0137            279    DHARMAVARAM
S0137            280    KADIRI
S0138    AP    KADAPA    243    BADVEL
S0138            245    KADAPA
S0138            248    PULIVENDLA
S0138            249    KAMALAPURAM
S0138            250    JAMMALAMADUGU
S0138            251    PRODDATUR
S0138            252    MYDUKUR
S0139    AP    NELLORE    228    KANDUKUR
S0139            233    KAVALI
S0139            234    ATMAKUR
S0139            235    KOVUR
S0139            236    NELLORE CITY
S0139            237    NELLORE RURAL
S0139            242    UDAYAGIRI
S0140    AP    TIRUPATI    238    SARVEPALLI
S0140            239    GUDUR
S0140            240    SULLURPETA
S0140            241    VENKATAGIRI
S0140            286    TIRUPATI
S0140            287    SRIKALAHASTI
S0140            288    SATYAVEEDU
S0141    AP    RAJAMPET    244    RAJAMPET
S0141            246    KODUR
S0141            247    RAYACHOTI
S0141            281    THAMBALLAPALLE
S0141            282    PILERU
S0141            283    MADANAPALLE
S0141            284    PUNGANUR
S0142    AP    CHITTOOR    285    CHANDRAGIRI
S0142            289    NAGARI
S0142            290    GANGADHARA NELLORE
S0142            291    CHITTOOR
S0142            292    PUTHALAPATTU
S0142            293    PALAMANER
S0142            294    KUPPAM
S021    AR    ARUNACHAL WEST    1    LUMLA
S021            2    TAWANG
S021            3    MUKTO
S021            4    DIRANG
S021            5    KALAKTANG
S021            6    THRIZINO-BURAGAON
S021            7    BOMDILA
S021            8    BAMENG
S021            9    CHAYANG TAJO
S021            10    SEPPA EAST
S021            11    SEPPA WEST
S021            12    PAKKE KESSANG
S021            13    ITANAGAR
S021            14    DOIMUKH
S021            15    SAGALEE
S021            16    YACHULI
S021            17    ZIRO HAPOLI
S021            18    PALIN
S021            19    NYAPIN
S021            20    TALI
S021            21    KOLORIANG
S021            22    NACHO
S021            23    TALIHA
S021            24    DAPORIJO
S021            25    RAGA
S021            26    DUMPORIJO
S021            27    LIROMOBA
S021            28    LIKABALI
S021            29    BASAR
S021            30    ALONG WEST
S021            31    ALONG EAST
S021            32    RUMGONG
S021            33    MECHUKHA
S022    AR    ARUNACHAL EAST    34    TUTING YINGKIONG
S022            35    PANGIN
S022            36    NARI-KOYU
S022            37    PASIGHAT WEST
S022            38    PASIGHAT EAST
S022            39    MEBO
S022            40    MARIYANG-GEKU
S022            41    ANINI
S022            42    DAMBUK
S022            43    ROING
S022            44    TEZU
S022            45    HAYULIANG
S022            46    CHOWKHAM
S022            47    NAMSAI
S022            48    LEKANG
S022            49    BORDUMSA – DIYUM
S022            50    MIAO
S022            51    NAMPONG
S022            52    CHANGLANG SOUTH
S022            53    CHANGLANG NORTH
S022            54    NAMSANG
S022            55    KHONSA EAST
S022            56    KHONSA WEST
S022            57    BORDURIA BOGAPANI
S022            58    KANUBARI
S022            59    LONGDING PUMAO
S022            60    PONGCHAO WAKKA
S031    AS    KARIMGANJ    1    RATABARI
S031            2    PATHERKANDI
S031            3    KARIMGANJ NORTH
S031            4    KARIMGANJ SOUTH
S031            5    BADARPUR
S031            6    HAILAKANDI
S031            7    KATLICHERRA
S031            8    ALGAPUR
S032    AS    SILCHAR    9    SILCHAR
S032            10    SONAI
S032            11    DHOLAI
S032            12    UDHARBOND
S032            13    LAKHIPUR
S032            14    BORKHOLA
S032            15    KATIGORAH
S033    AS    AUTONOMOUS DISTRICT    16    HAFLONG
S033            17    BOKAJAN
S033            18    HOWRAGHAT
S033            19    DIPHU
S033            20    BAITHALANGSO
S034    AS    DHUBRI    21    MANKACHAR
S034            22    SALMARA SOUTH
S034            23    DHUBRI
S034            24    GAURIPUR
S034            25    GOLOKGANJ
S034            26    BILASIPARA WEST
S034            27    BILASIPARA EAST
S034            37    GOALPARA EAST
S034            38    GOALPARA WEST
S034            39    JALESWAR
S035    AS    KOKRAJHAR    28    GOSSAIGAON
S035            29    KOKRAJHAR WEST
S035            30    KOKRAJHAR EAST
S035            31    SIDLI
S035            33    BIJNI
S035            40    SORBHOG
S035            41    BHABANIPUR
S035            58    TAMULPUR
S035            62    BARAMA
S035            63    CHAPAGURI
S036    AS    BARPETA    32    BONGAIGAON
S036            34    ABHAYAPURI NORTH
S036            35    ABHAYAPURI SOUTH
S036            42    PATACHARKUCHI
S036            43    BARPETA
S036            44    JANIA
S036            45    BAGHBAR
S036            46    SARUKHETRI
S036            47    CHENGA
S036            61    DHARMAPUR
S037    AS    GAUHATI    36    DUDHNOI
S037            48    BOKO
S037            49    CHHAYGAON
S037            50    PALASBARI
S037            51    JALUKBARI
S037            52    DISPUR
S037            53    GAUHATI EAST
S037            54    GAUHATI WEST
S037            55    HAJO
S037            60    BARKHETRI
S038    AS    MANGALDOI    56    KAMALPUR
S038            57    RANGIA
S038            59    NALBARI
S038            64    PANERY
S038            65    KALAIGAON
S038            66    SIPAJHAR
S038            67    MANGALDOI
S038            68    DALGAON
S038            69    UDALGURI
S038            70    MAZBAT
S039    AS    TEZPUR    71    DHEKIAJULI
S039            72    BARCHALLA
S039            73    TEZPUR
S039            74    RANGAPARA
S039            75    SOOTEA
S039            76    BISWANATH
S039            77    BEHALI
S039            78    GOHPUR
S039            109    BIHPURIA
S0310    AS    NOWGONG    79    JAGIROAD
S0310            80    MORIGAON
S0310            81    LAHARIGHAT
S0310            82    RAHA
S0310            86    NAGAON
S0310            87    BARHAMPUR
S0310            90    JAMUNAMUKH
S0310            91    HOJAI
S0310            92    LUMDING
S0311    AS    KALIABOR    83    DHING
S0311            84    BATADRABA
S0311            85    RUPAHIHAT
S0311            88    SAMAGURI
S0311            89    KALIABOR
S0311            93    BOKAKHAT
S0311            94    SARUPATHAR
S0311            95    GOLAGHAT
S0311            96    KHUMTAI
S0311            97    DERGAON
S0312    AS    JORHAT    98    JORHAT
S0312            100    TITABAR
S0312            101    MARIANI
S0312            102    TEOK
S0312            103    AMGURI
S0312            104    NAZIRA
S0312            105    MAHMORA
S0312            106    SONARI
S0312            107    THOWRA
S0312            108    SIVASAGAR
S0313    AS    DIBRUGARH    115    MORAN
S0313            116    DIBRUGARH
S0313            117    LAHOWAL
S0313            118    DULIJAN
S0313            119    TINGKHONG
S0313            120    NAHARKATIA
S0313            122    TINSUKIA
S0313            123    DIGBOI
S0313            124    MARGHERITA
S0314    AS    LAKHIMPUR    99    MAJULI
S0314            110    NAOBOICHA
S0314            111    LAKHIMPUR
S0314            112    DHAKUAKHANA
S0314            113    DHEMAJI
S0314            114    JONAI
S0314            121    CHABUA
S0314            125    DOOMDOOMA
S0314            126    SADIYA
S041    BR    VALMIKI NAGAR    1    VALMIKI NAGAR
S041            2    RAMNAGAR
S041            3    NARKATIAGANJ
S041            4    BAGAHA
S041            5    LAURIYA
S041            9    SIKTA
S042    BR    PASCHIM CHAMPARAN    6    NAUTAN
S042            7    CHANPATIA
S042            8    BETTIAH
S042            10    RAXAUL
S042            11    SUGAULI
S042            12    NARKATIA
S043    BR    PURVI CHAMPARAN    13    HARSIDHI
S043            14    GOVINDGANJ
S043            15    KESARIA
S043            16    KALYANPUR
S043            17    PIPRA
S043            19    MOTIHARI
S044    BR    SHEOHAR    18    MADHUBAN
S044            20    CHIRAIA
S044            21    DHAKA
S044            22    SHEOHAR
S044            23    RIGA
S044            30    BELSAND
S045    BR    SITAMARHI    24    BATHNAHA
S045            25    PARIHAR
S045            26    SURSAND
S045            27    BAJPATTI
S045            28    SITAMARHI
S045            29    RUNISAIDPUR
S046    BR    MADHUBANI    31    HARLAKHI
S046            32    BENIPATTI
S046            35    BISFI
S046            36    MADHUBANI
S046            86    KEOTI
S046            87    JALE
S047    BR    JHANJHARPUR    33    KHAJAULI
S047            34    BABUBARHI
S047            37    RAJNAGAR
S047            38    JHANJHARPUR
S047            39    PHULPARAS
S047            40    LAUKAHA
S048    BR    SUPAUL    41    NIRMALI
S048            42    PIPRA
S048            43    SUPAUL
S048            44    TRIBENIGANJ
S048            45    CHHATAPUR
S048            72    SINGHESHWAR
S049    BR    ARARIA    46    NARPATGANJ
S049            47    RANIGANJ
S049            48    FORBESGANJ
S049            49    ARARIA
S049            50    JOKIHAT
S049            51    SIKTI
S0410    BR    KISHANGANJ    52    BAHADURGANJ
S0410            53    THAKURGANJ
S0410            54    KISHANGANJ
S0410            55    KOCHADHAMAN
S0410            56    AMOUR
S0410            57    BAISI
S0411    BR    KATIHAR    63    KATIHAR
S0411            64    KADWA
S0411            65    BALRAMPUR
S0411            66    PRANPUR
S0411            67    MANIHARI
S0411            68    BARARI
S0412    BR    PURNIA    58    KASBA
S0412            59    BANMANKHI
S0412            60    RUPAULI
S0412            61    DHAMDAHA
S0412            62    PURNIA
S0412            69    KORHA
S0413    BR    MADHEPURA    70    ALAMNAGAR
S0413            71    BIHARIGANJ
S0413            73    MADHEPURA
S0413            74    SONBARSA
S0413            75    SAHARSA
S0413            77    MAHISHI
S0414    BR    DARBHANGA    79    GORA BAURAM
S0414            80    BENIPUR
S0414            81    ALINAGAR
S0414            82    DARBHANGA RURAL
S0414            83    DARBHANGA
S0414            85    BAHADURPUR
S0415    BR    MUZAFFARPUR    88    GAIGHAT
S0415            89    AURAI
S0415            91    BOCHAHA
S0415            92    SAKRA
S0415            93    KURHANI
S0415            94    MUZAFFARPUR
S0416    BR    VAISHALI    90    MINAPUR
S0416            95    KANTI
S0416            96    BARURAJ
S0416            97    PAROO
S0416            98    SAHEBGANJ
S0416            125    VAISHALI
S0417    BR    GOPALGANJ    99    BAIKUNTHPUR
S0417            100    BARAULI
S0417            101    GOPALGANJ
S0417            102    KUCHAIKOTE
S0417            103    BHOREY
S0417            104    HATHUA
S0418    BR    SIWAN    105    SIWAN
S0418            106    ZIRADEI
S0418            107    DARAULI
S0418            108    RAGHUNATHPUR
S0418            109    DARAUNDHA
S0418            110    BARHARIA
S0419    BR    MAHARAJGANJ    111    GORIYAKOTHI
S0419            112    MAHARAJGANJ
S0419            113    EKMA
S0419            114    MANJHI
S0419            115    BANIAPUR
S0419            116    TARAIYA
S0420    BR    SARAN    117    MARHAURA
S0420            118    CHAPRA
S0420            119    GARKHA
S0420            120    AMNOUR
S0420            121    PARSA
S0420            122    SONEPUR
S0421    BR    HAJIPUR    123    HAJIPUR
S0421            124    LALGANJ
S0421            126    MAHUA
S0421            127    RAJA PAKAR
S0421            128    RAGHOPUR
S0421            129    MANHAR
S0422    BR    UJIARPUR    130    PATEPUR
S0422            134    UJIARPUR
S0422            135    MORWA
S0422            136    SARAIRANJAN
S0422            137    MOHIUDDINNAGAR
S0422            138    BIBHUTPUR
S0423    BR    SAMASTIPUR    78    KUSHESHWAR ASTHAN
S0423            84    HAYAGHAT
S0423            131    KALYANPUR
S0423            132    WARISNAGAR
S0423            133    SAMASTIPUR
S0423            139    ROSERA
S0424    BR    BEGUSARAI    141    CHERIA BARIARPUR
S0424            142    BACHHWARA
S0424            143    TEGHRA
S0424            144    MATIHANI
S0424            145    SAHEBPUR KAMAL
S0424            146    BEGUSARAI
S0424            147    BAKHRI
S0425    BR    KHAGARIA    76    SIMRI BAKHTIARPUR
S0425            140    HASANPUR
S0425            148    ALAULI
S0425            149    KHAGARIA
S0425            150    BELDAUR
S0425            151    PARBATTA
S0426    BR    BHAGALPUR    152    BIHPUR
S0426            153    GOPALPUR
S0426            154    PIRPAINTI
S0426            155    KAHALGAON
S0426            156    BHAGALPUR
S0426            158    NATHNAGAR
S0427    BR    BANKA    157    SULTANGANJ
S0427            159    AMARPUR
S0427            160    DHURAIYA
S0427            161    BANKA
S0427            162    KATORIA
S0427            163    BELHAR
S0428    BR    MUNGER    165    MUNGER
S0428            166    JAMALPUR
S0428            167    SURYAGARHA
S0428            168    LAKHISARAI
S0428            178    MOKAMA
S0428            179    BARH
S0429    BR    NALANDA    171    ASTHAWAN
S0429            172    BISHARSHARIF
S0429            173    RAJGIR
S0429            174    ISLAMPUR
S0429            175    HILSA
S0429            176    NALANDA
S0429            177    HARNAUT
S0430    BR    PATNA SAHIB    180    BAKHTIARPUR
S0430            181    DIGHA
S0430            182    BANKIPUR
S0430            183    KUMHRARH
S0430            184    PATNA SAHIB
S0430            185    FATWAH
S0431    BR    PATALIPUTRA    186    DANAPUR
S0431            187    MANER
S0431            188    PHULWARI
S0431            189    MASAURHI
S0431            190