Malkajgiri the Largest Parliamentary Constituency Slammed by TDP When He Won
The Malkajgiri Lok Sabha seat is spread across Telangana’s Rangareddy and Hyderabad districts. It is the largest parliamentary seat in the country according to the population, but the voter turnout on this seat is very low. In the last two Lok Sabha elections, around 50 per cent of the voters have been using their franchise.
The Malkajgiri Lok Sabha seat of Telangana came into being after the delimitation of the Lok Sabha seats in 2008. In the case of Malkajgiri voters, India’s largest parliamentary constituency (based on the 2014 Lok Sabha election figures). There are 31, 83,325 voters here. The first time Lok Sabha elections were held here in 2009, the seat came under the state of Andhra Pradesh. Congress MP from here in 2009. Satyanarayan won the election This seat is currently in Telangana. TDP’s Mala Reddy won the election in 2014. In 2016, he joined the TRS.
According to the 2011 census, 93 per cent of the population of Malkajgiri Lok Sabha constituency is urban and about 7 per cent of the population is rural. 9.2 percent of the population is Scheduled Caste and 2.4 percent of Scheduled Tribes. Seven assembly seats in the Malkajgiri Lok Sabha constituency – Medchal, Malkajgiri, Kathbullapur, Kuakapalle, Uppal, Secunderabad Cant and Lal Bahadur Nagar. Of these, Secunderabad Cant is reserved for the Scheduled Castes and all other seats are reserved. In the assembly elections held in 2018, six out of seven seats came in the account of TRS; the Congress won the only seat. There are a large number of voters in Malkajgiri, but there is less voter turnout here. There are 17, 23,413 male voters and 14, 59,912 female voters i.e. a total of 31, 83,325 voters. In the 2014 Lok Sabha poll, only 16, 20,397 voters voted in that which was only 50 percent turnout.
Mandate of 2014
In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections in Malkajgiri, the first five candidates got more than one lakh votes. TDP’s Mala Reddy had defeated TRM’s Hanumant Rao by nearly 30 thousand votes. Mala Reddy got 32.30 per cent, or 5,23,336 votes and Hanumant Rao, who was second, got 30.54 per cent or 4,94,965 votes. Congressional number at third. Satyanarayana, who was also the MP from the last time also. He got 2, 33,711 votes (14.42 percent). Lokpati Party’s Jayprakash Narayan N. at number four He was, he got 1, 58,243 votes. At fifth, the YSR was the Congress party’s V. Dinesh Reddy. He got 1, 15,243 votes.
MP’s report card
Malkajgiri MP Mala Reddy’s presence in Parliament has been fine. He has been successful in recording 80% attendance, while his state’s MPs average 69% and the national average is 80%. During this time, he participated in only 21 debates, while the national average of 63.8 debates and the average of his state is 36.7 debates. During this time he worked to ask 426 questions. In this case, the national average is 285 questions and the state averages 295 questions. Mala Reddy also brought a private member’s bill during this period. Mala Reddy was allotted Rs.15 crores in his constituency, which together with interest was Rs.20.31 crores. Out of this, he spent Rs 17.66 crore, which was 116.09 per cent of his original allotted fund. 2.65 Crore of their funds remained unpaid.