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Mainpuri Uttar Pradesh Parliamentary Constituency 2019, Mainpuri Lok Sabha Constituency Details, Political News Mainpuri,Uttar Pradesh Lok Sabha Elections 2019 News Updates, Uttar Pradesh Parliamentary Constituency details 2019, Mainpuri MP, Issues Political Analysis 2019:

Mainpuri

About the Constituency:
Formed prior to the elections of 1952, the parliamentary constituency of Mainpuri is one of the 80 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state of Uttar Pradesh. According to Election Commission of India 2009 data the total electorates in the Mainpuri Parliamentary constituency (constituency number 21) were 1,399,259 of which 621,365 are females and 777,894 are males.

 

Assembly Segments:

It has five Vidhan Sabha segments with one of being reserved for the SC category.

Names of Assembly Constituencies

Mainpuri

Bhongaon

Kishni (SC)

Karhal

Jaswantnagar

 

 

About Mainpuri:

It represents the Mainpuri District which is a part of the Agra Division. The district has three tehsils covering a total area of 2,745 sq km and Mainpuri City is the center of administration. Hindi is the official language of the area. Agriculture is the most important economic activity of the area. Several State Highways of Uttar Pradesh pass through here.

 

Demographic pattern:

The census data of 2011 states that Mainpuri District is the 255th most populated district of the country with a total population of 1,868,529 of which 53% comprises of males and 47% comprises of females. With a sex ratio of 868 females per 1000 males, it has a child population of 15.22%. The average literacy rate is 76%, with male literacy being 84.53% and female literacy rate being 66.30%. The district has a population density of 677 inhabitants per sq km and the population growth rate from 2001 to 2011 was 17.02%.

 

Present Political Scenario:

Mulayam Singh Yadav stronghold and SP will likely win it again with a big margin.

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