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- Last Updated: Thursday, 24 January 2019 11:22
About the Constituency:
Under the stronghold of the Congress party since its inception,The Lok Sabha seat of Sirsa in Haryana has been reserved for candidates belonging to the scheduled castes. It is one of the 10 parliamentary constituencies that are representative of Haryana in the Indian Parliament.
The Sirsa Parliamentary constituency (constituency number 3) has a total of 1,309,507 electorates out of which 603,468 are females and 706,039 are males according to Election Commission of India 2009 reports. Spread across the districts of Jind and Fatehabad partially and the district of Sirsa wholly, this parliamentary constituency is politically significant in the state.
The number of assembly constituencies which make up the parliamentary constituency of Sirsa has been numbered to nine segments. While the assembly segment of Narwana belongs to the Jind district, and the segments of Tohana, Fatehabad and Ratia cover the Fatehabad district, the remaining five assembly constituencies cover the entire district of Sirsa.
|Names of Assembly Constituencies:
Although, the region of this Lok Sabha constituency is primarily an agrarian economy, this state witnessed the growth of many small scale industrial setups in these regions, such as manufacturing of soaps, candles, radios and electrical goods. Jind is well known as the district where the first large scale industrial Milk Plant unit was set up. Saint Gobain Gyproc India Limited is also situated in this constituency. The Sirsa district has been identified as one of the economically backward regions, thus it has been granted government funds under special schemes. The district of Sirsa has a population of 12,95,189 people, according to the Census of India 2011.
A Look: Sitting MP
|Name of MP
|Nature of Membership
|18-May-09 to In office
|Indian National Congress
Performance in the 15th Lok Sabha:
|Private member bills passed