Lok Sabha Chunav 2019 6th Phase Poll Morena- Gwalior
Murena parliamentary constituency of Madhya Pradesh, which is considered to be the stronghold of the BJP, from the border of Uttar Pradesh and Rajasthan. There have been 13 elections in the 2014 Lok Sabha elections. Of which seven times BJP, Congress two times, Janasand, Indian Lok Dal have once won an Independent election.
Due to the fact that the BSP has a major influence in the region due to the borders of Uttar Pradesh. On the right bank of Chambal river, this area stretches from the Kota to Rajasthan to the border of Agra of Bamra, Karauli, Sawai Madhopur, Dhaulpur and UP along the border of Rajasthan and Uttar Pradesh. Everywhere there are different issues and their caste equations.
In 1996, 1999 and 2014, BSP was second in the list. At present, Anup Mishra of BJP is an MP from here. But this time there is a collision of fork. While the BJP leader and union minister Narendra Singh Tomar’s political career is at stake, it is the distance and the Congress state executive president Ramnivas Rawat, who despite losing the Congress wave lost the assembly elections in his own stronghold four months ago. The third candidate is BSP’s Kartar Singh Bhadana (Gurjar). Tomar and Rawat were also face-to-face in the 2009 Lok Sabha elections.
The changing equation: came into existence in 1967. As soon as the seat came into existence, it was declared reserved for Scheduled Castes. Independent candidate Ashadas won the first election. In 1971, Jana Sangh won the Hukumchand election. Congress won the first time here in 1980. This seat was again captured by the Congress due to the Indira wave in 1984. In 1977, the election was won on Jan Sangh’s ticket. Ashram Argal, son of Angkoram Argal, remained the Member of Parliament for most of the time. Ashok Argal was a BJP MP from 1996, 1998, 1999, 2004. This seat became normal in the delimitation held in 2004. BJP candidate Narendra Singh Tomar won in 2009. In 2014 Modi Narendra Modi Tomar contested Gwalior. BJP fielded Anoop Mishra and defeated Vrindavan Lal of Bahujan Samajwadi Party.
Changed status in 2004: From 1967 to 2004, this seat was reserved for Scheduled Caste candidates. After the delimitation in 2009, this seat is for the general category. There are 8 seats in the assembly under the Murray Lok Sabha constituency. Madhavpur, Vijaypur, Sabargarh, Jaura, Sumavali, Murayana, Dimni, Amab are the assembly seats here. Congress occupies 7 of the 8 assembly seats here. While the BJP has only one seat in the account.
Status of the Lok Sabha constituency
|1967||Aatmdas (Nirdaliy)||S. Prasad (Congress)|
|1971||Hukumchand (JanSangh)||Aatmdas (Congress)|
|1977||Babu Lal Solanki (Congress)||Chaviram Argal (Janata Party)|
|1980||Kamodilal Jatav (Congress)||Munshilal (BJP)|
|1984||Chaviram Argal (Janata Party)||Kamodilal Jatav (Congress)|
|1989||Barelal Jatav (Congress)||Kamodilal Jatav (Congress)|
|1991||Barelal Jatav (Congress)||Chaviram Argal (Janata Party)|
|1996||Ashok Argal (BJP)||Dr. Pritam Prasad Chaudhary (BSP)|
|1998||Ashok Argal (BJP)||Dr. Pritam Prasad Chaudhary (BSP)|
|1999||Ashok Argal (BJP)||Gopaldas (Congress)|
|2004||Ashok Argal (BJP)||Barelal Jatav (Congress)|
|2009||Narendra Singh Tomar (BJP)||Ramnivas Rawat (Congress)|
|2014||Anoop Mishra (BJP)||Vrindavan Singh Sikarwar (BSP)|