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Aurangabad Parliamentary Constituency 2019, Aurangabad Lok Sabha Constituency Details, Political News Aurangabad, Bihar Lok Sabha Elections 2019 News Updates, Bihar Parliamentary Constituency details 2019, Aurangabad MP, Issues Political Analysis 2019:

AurangabadAbout the Constituency:
The Lok Sabha constituency of Aurangabad in Bihar is a well-known constituency in the larger political context. The total number of electorates in the Aurangabad Lok Sabha Constituency (constituency number 37) according to Election Commission of India 2009 reports are 1,376,323 of which 738,617 are males and 637,706 are females.

 

Assembly Segments:

The Imamganj and Kutumba segments, which are two of the six Assembly segments of this constituency, are reserved for candidates belonging to the Scheduled Caste category.

Names of Assembly Constituencies

Kutumba (SC)

Aurangabad

Rafiganj

Gurua

Imamganj (SC)

Tikari

About Aurangabad:
The Aurangabad Parliamentary constituency is situated within the geographic boundaries of the district of Aurangabad. Named after the Mughal emperor Aurangzeb, this district of Aurangabad has the city-town of Aurangabad as its administrative headquarters. Aurangabad is a part of the Red Corridor presently, and it is victimised by the volatile local conditions. The Aurangabad district is economically dependent on the Government of India’s Backward Regions Grant Fund Programme.

Demography:

The population count of the Aurangabad District is 2,511,243, as per 2011 Census records.

Political Significance:

This is because the first Member of Parliament and the former Chief Minister of Bihar, Satyendra Narayan Singh, was elected MP from the Aurangabad Parliamentary constituency in the first provisional Parliament session in India in 1950. His popular appeal and massive support among the masses helped him win the seat for a total of seven Lok Sabha sessions, including the provisional session in 1950. This constituency thus holds historic and political value.

A Look: Sitting MP

Name of MP

Sushil Kumar Singh

Age

50

Nature of Membership

Elected

Term

18-May-09 to In office

Political Party

Janata Dal (United)

Gender

Male

Educational Qualification

Post Graduate

 

Performance in the 15th Lok Sabha:

Debates participated

40

Private member bills passed

0

Questions asked

355

Attendance

76%

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Lok Sabha 2019 Polls

Which Party Will Form Government in Lok Sabha Elections 2019?

BJP (NDA) - 63.4%
INC (UPA) - 28%
Third Front - 8.6%

Total votes: 917
The voting for this poll has ended on: 19 Apr 2019 - 00:00

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