Chandni Chowk Constituency, Delhi Loksabha Election 1957 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Chandni Chowk

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

W i n n e r

INC

RADHA RAMAN

50758

Runner up

BJS

BASANT RAO

36361

MARGIN :

14397

( 12.20% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

03-03-1957

 

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

I. CANDIDATES

1.

NOMINATED

2. REJECTED

3.

WITHDRAWN

4.

CONTESTED

5.

FORFEITED DEPOSIT

II. ELECTORS

1. TOTAL

171563

171563

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. TOTAL

118019

118019

IV. VOTES

1. POLLED              118019 68.79% of Total Electors

2. VALID                 118019


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Chandni Chowk Constituency, Delhi Loksabha Election 1962 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Chandni Chowk

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

INC

SHAM NATH

69508

Runner up

:

JS

AMRIT LAL JINDAL

40560

MARGIN

:

28948

( 20.82% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

12-12-2000

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :                            AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

144048

( 71.35%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

139058

3. REJECTED

4990

( 3.46%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

0

 

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

I.CANDIDATES

1.NOMINATED

2.REJECTED

3.WITHDRAWN

4.CONTESTED

5.FORFEITED DEPOSIT

II. ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

201891

0

201891

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

201891

0

201891

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

144048

0

144048

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

144048

0

144048

 


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Chandni Chowk Constituency, Delhi Loksabha Election 1967 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Chandni Chowk

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

BJS

R. GOPAL

58928

Runner up

:

INC

S. NATH

41778

MARGIN

:

17150

( 12.82% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

15-02-1967

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :                               AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

141466

( 72.67%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

133786

3. REJECTED

7680

( 5.43%

of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

0

 

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

I.CANDIDATES

1.NOMINATED

2.REJECTED

3.WITHDRAWN

4.CONTESTED

5.FORFEITED DEPOSIT

II. ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

194661

0

194661

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

194661

0

194661

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

141466

0

141466

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

141466

0

141466

 


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Chandni Chowk Constituency, Delhi Loksabha Election 1971 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: Chandni Chowk

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

INC

SUBHADRA JOSHI

88907

Runner up :

BJS

RAM GOPAL SHALWALE

43684

MARGIN

:

45223 ( 32.63% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

3/5/1971

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

140186

( 71.99% of Total Electors)

2. VALID

138600

3. REJECTED

1586

( 1.13% of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

0

 

I. CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

16

1

17

2. REJECTED

0

0

0

3. WITHDRAWN

6

0

6

4. CONTESTED

10

1

11

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

9

0

9

II. ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

109712

85020

194732

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

109712

85020

194732

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

80339

59847

140186

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

80339

59847

140186

 


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Shri Sikander Bakht Member of Parliament (MP) from Chandni Chowk (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Sikander Bakht

Political Party: Janata Party

Constituency & State: Chandni Chowk (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 6

6th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

SIKANDER BAKHT, SHRI, B.Sc., Janata, (Delhi—Chandni Chowk—1977):  s. of Hafiz Mohd. Yusuf; b. at Delhi, August 24, 1918; ed. at Delhi University; m. Smt. Raj. S. Bakht, May 24, 1952; 2 s.; Social worker; previously associated with Congress and Congress (O) since 1969; Special Magistrate, 1947; Member, Delhi Municipal Committee, 1951-52; Chairman, Delhi Electric Supply Undertaking, 1967-68; Member, Delhi Municipal Corporation, 1967—71; Member, Delhi Electric Supply Undertaking Committee, 1968—70; Member, Standing Committee, Delhi Municipal Corporation, 1970-71; Member, Delhi Metropolitan Council, 1972—77, Minister of Works and Housing and Supply and Rehabilitation since March 1977.

Social activities:  Communal harmony.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Poetry and music.

Special interests:  Literature; poetic and other literary symposia.

Sports and clubs:  Interested in sports; represented and captained the College team in Hockey; represented Delhi University Hockey Team and the Delhi  State Hockey side on quit a few occasions; played and captained the Delhi Independent Sports Clubs for more than 11 years.

Travels abroad:  Egypt, U.K., Holland, Belgium, France, Italy, Switzerland, West Germany, Denmark.

Permanent address:  B-34/1, East of  Kailash, New Delhi.

 


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Shri Kapil Sibal Member of Parliament (MP) from Chandni Chowk (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Kapil Sibal

Political Party: Indian National Congress

Constituency & State: Chandni Chowk (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 14,15

Fifteenth Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile
Sibal, Shri Kapil
Constituency   : Chandni Chowk (NCT of Delhi)
Party Name     : Indian National Congress (INC)
Email Address : kapilsibal[AT]hotmail[DOT]com
Father’s Name Shri Hira Lal Sibal
Mother’s Name Smt. Kailash Rani Sibal
Date of Birth 08 Aug 1948
Place of Birth Jullundur (Punjab)
Marital Status Widower
Date of Marriage 13 Apr 1973
Spouse’s Name Late Smt. Nina Sibal
No. of Sons 2
Educational
Qualifications
M.A. (History), LL. M.
Educated at St. Stephen`s College, University of Delhi, Delhi and Harward Law School, USA
Profession Advocate
Permanent Address
C-1, Maharani Bagh,
New Delhi – 110 065
Tel. (011) 26830452
Present Address
19, Teen Murti Marg,
New Delhi – 110 011
Tels. (011) 23739191 (IT), 23724320 (O) 23019420, 23019421 (R)
Fax (011) 23710445 (O) 23018705 (R)
Parliament Address:
Room No. 69-A&D, Parliament House,
New Delhi – 110001
Tel. (011) 23014556
Positions Held
Dec.1989 – Dec.1990 Additional Solicitor General of India
1998-2004 Member, Rajya Sabha
2000-2002 Secretary, Congress Parliamentary Party
Apr. 2001-Dec. 2002 Member,Joint Parliamentary Committe (J.P.C.) on Stock Market Scam
Aug. 2001 Member, Business Advisory Committee
2002 Member, Committee on Home Affairs
2004 Elected to 14th Lok Sabha
23 May 2004 – May 2009 Union Cabinet Minister, Science & Technology and Earth Sciences
Vice President, Parliamentary Forum on Water Conservation & Management
2009 Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
31 May 2009 – 28 Oct. 2012 Union Cabinet Minister, Human Resource Development
19. Jan. 2011 Union Cabinet Minister, Communications and Information Technology
11 May 2013 Union Cabinet Minister, Law and Justice (Additional Charge)
Literary, Artistic & Scientific Accomplishments
Contributed articles on important issues such as security, nuclear proliferation, terrorism etc., in national dailies and periodicals
Social And Cultural Activities
Member of the Working Group on Arbitrary Detentions set up by the Human Rights Commission in Geneva; Investigated cases of arbitrary detentions throughout the world; analyzed detention and detention laws in the context of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the Covenant for Civil and Political Rights and advised the Government to release individuals from detention if such detention was not in accordance with the above mentioned international instruments; actively involved in the protection of our national heritage and in particular, archeological sites which have immense historical and cultural significance.
Special Interests
Particularly interested in education; member, governing body of the St. Stephen`s College and served on the Board of the Indira Gandhi National Open University for several years; enjoys going to educational institutions and interacting with students; believes that education should be far removed from politics; appointed Chairman of a Committee by the Ministry of Human Resource Development to ensure free access to education to children between the ages of 6-14 and suggest measures for the implementation of the constitutional mandate in this respect
Favourite Pastime and Recreation
Reading, writing, travelling and cooking; actively interested in spreading scientific knowledge and reasoning
Sports and Clubs
Member, (i) Belvedere Club, The Oberoi Hotel, New Delhi; (ii) India International Club, New Delhi; and (iii) India Habitat Centre, New Delhi
Countries Visited
Widely travelled
Other Information
President, Supreme Court Bar Association, 1995-96, 1997-98 and 2001-2002; Co-Chairman, Indo-US Parliamentary Forum, 2002; studied and worked in the United States; offered appointment to the I.A.S., but declined; joined the Bar in 1972; designated Senior Advocate in 1983; leader, Indian delegation to the Human Rights Commission, Geneva, January, 1991; Member,(i) Press Council of India March 2001, (ii) Executive Council, Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies, July 2001; (iii) Board of International AIDS Vaccine Initiative, headquartered in U.S., 2002; (iv) Programme Board of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation`s India AIDS Initiative, 2003; (v) working group on Arbitrary Detention set up by the Human Rights Commission, Geneva; (vi) Board of Management, Indira Gandhi National Open University, 1993; (vii) Governing Body, St. Stephen`s College, University of Delhi, 1993; (viii) Indian Parliamentary delegation which visited South Africa, Nigeria and Senegal to advocate against Pakistan`s involvement in corss-border terrorism, 2002; addressed Parliament of India in the historic impeachment proceedings against Justic V. Ramaswamy, then a sitting judge of the Supreme Court of India; as a nominee of the Working Group set up by the Human Rights Commission to visit Bhutan and Vietnam to assess and report on the human rights situation prevailing there in 1994; as the Chairman of the Working Group set up by the Human Rights Commission for dealing with arbitrary detentions, visited China in October 1997 to look into the alleged human rights violation there; convenor, International Policy Makers Conference of HIV/AIDS, New Delhi, 2002; participated in the International Workshop on “Peaceful Nuclear Use and the Future of Non-Proliferation: Coping with the diversion of Nuclear Mateirals and Nuclear Terrorism“ organized by Japan Atomic Industrial Forum, at Tokyo, Japan, 2002; appeared in a number of landmark cases in the field of Constitutional Law, Commercial Law and Criminal Law; specialist in the field of Constitutional Law; was official spokesman of the Indian National Congress preceding the General Elections in 1999 and 2004; awarded the Jawaharlal Nehru Birth Centenary Award, 2004-2005 awarded by the Indian Science Congress Association duing the 92nd Indian Science Congress held at Ahmedabad, January 2005; represented India in the Annual Meeting of World Economic Forum, 2005 at Davos, Switzerland, January 2005; led the Indian delegation to visit Antaractica, February 2005; led the CII Roadshow held at Seattle and San Francisco, U.S.A., April 2005

 


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Shri Ram Gopal Shawlwale Member of Parliament (MP) from Chandni Chowk (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Ram Gopal Shawlwale

Political Party: Jan Sangh

Constituency & State: Chandni Chowk (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 4

4th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

SHAWL WALE, SHRI RAM GOPAL, J.S. (Delhi Chandni Chowk—1967):  s. of Lala Nand Lair, b. at Anantnag, Kashmir  Sravana Shukla 15, Sumvat 1966 (Vikramiya); ed. privately and at State High School, Srinagar; m. Shrimati satyavati, sravana 1990 (Vikramiya) ; 2 s. and 2 d.  Businessman, General Secretary, Sarvadeshik  Arya Pratinidhi Sabha, 1957-59 and 1965-67; President  (1) Arya Kendriya Sabha, Delhi State, 1960—67; (2) Shawl Merchants’ Association, Delhi, for about three years; (3) Arya Samaj, Delhi, for about ten years; Trustee, Satbhravan Trust, Karolbagh, Delhi; Director, Sarvadeshik Prakashan Ltd., Delhi; Member, Mercantile Association, Delhi; Editor, Sarvadeshik Saptahik, Several times during twenty years.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Studies and debate.

Special interests:  Public service and propagation of Vedic Dharma.

Publications:  (1) Arya Samaj; (2) Puja Kis Ki; (3) Dharam Prachar Ke Nam Par Rajnitik Shadyantra.

Permanent address:  B-3/4, Mandir Marg, Krishan Nagar, Delhi—31.

 

 


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Shri Sham Nath Member of Parliament (MP) from Chandni Chowk (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Sham Nath

Political Party: Congress

Constituency & State: Chandni Chowk (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 3

Third Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile

SHAM NATH, SHRI, M.A., LL.B., Cong., (Delhi-Chandni Chowk—1962):  S. of Shri Shambhu Nath; B. Delhi, September 27, 1909; ed. at St. Stephens’ College, Delhi and Law College, Delhi; m. Shrimati Sushila Devi; 2. S. and 1 D.; Businessman; Took part in Civil disobedience Movement in 1930 and 1932 and suffered imprisonment for 6 months on each occasion; Was Chairman Irwin Hospital Advisory Committee for several years; Was member Executive Committee of the D.C.C. for several years; Was trustee, Delhi Improvement Trust, Delhi Cloth Mills Charity Trust and one of the Secretaries of Kasturba Gandhi Memorial Fund, Delhi and a Member of the Court of University of Delhi; Junior Vice-President, Delhi Municipal Committee, 1948, its Senior Vice President in 1950-51 and its President in 1951-54; Mayor, Delhi Municipal Corporation, 1960-61 and 1961-62; Member, Governing Bodies of Hindu College and the Indraprestha Girls College, Delhi; Deputy Minister for Information and Broadcasting since 1962.

Social activities:  Took part in the popularisation of Khadi, removal of untouchability and promotion of Communal harmony.

Hobby:  Foreign travelling.

Club:  Roshanara Club, Delhi.

Travels abroad:  U.S.S.R., Czechoslovakia, East Germany, U.K., France, Switzerland, U.S.A., Sweden, Denmark, Italy, Holland, Greece, Egypt, Belgium and Yugoslavia.

Permanent address:  12, Alipur Road, Delhi.

[Voting results at the Election: 

Electorate:  2,01,891

Shri Sham Nath                                                 . .                  69,508

Shri Amrit Lal Jindal                                           . .                  40,560

Shri Mirza Ahmed Ali                                          . .                  24,514

Shri Mangla Nand                                              . .                    4,476].

 


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Shri Radha Raman Member of Parliament (MP) from Chandni Chowk (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Radha Raman

Political Party: Congress

Constituency & State: Chandni Chowk (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 1,2

Second Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

RADHA RAMAN, SHRI, B. Com., Cong., (Delhi—Chandni Chowk—1957): S. of Shri B. Jyoti Prasad; B. at Delhi, August 4, 1904; ed. at Ramjas High School, Azad Qaumi Darsgah, Commercial College, Delhi, and Jamia Milia; m. Shrimati Kaushalya Devi, June 13, 1933; 1 S.; Public Worker; General Secretary, Delhi DCC, 1937-38; General Secretary, Delhi PCC (1938-39); Unanimously elected President of Delhi PCC for two terms (1948-51); Member, AICC (1950-52); Helped in organising individual satyagraha in 1940; Member, Indian Council of World Affairs; Member, Theosophical Society; Chief Commissioner of Bharat Scouts and Guides, Delhi; Author; Was editor of some English and Hindi journals; Founder and Director of Young Folks Brotherhood (1924) and Nations’ League of Pea-friends (1935); Promoter of several International Pen-friends’ and Cultural Conferences; Vice-President, Akhil Hind Balak Sangh since 1953, and President of its Delhi Branch; Member of several Children’s, Women’s and Youths’ Organisations; Member, National Council of Child Welfare; Convener, Bharat Sevak Samaj, Urban Zone, Delhi; Leader of several all-India organisations, Member, First Lok Sabha; Leader, Delegation of M.Ps. to Ceylon, Burma, Thailand and Nepal; Member, Parliamentary Delegation to China.

Hobbies: Pen-friendship; magazine-collecting.

Favourite pastime and recreation: Journalism.

Special interests: Education; social service; touring; Constructive work; co-operative movement; village work; NCC; Happy Education Society.

Sports and Clubs: Cricket; Badminton; Volley-ball; Member, Rotary Club, National Club and Constitution Club, Delhi.

Travels abroad: Ceylon, Burma, Thailand, Nepal and China.

PublicationsWorld’s Children, Children’s News, New Outlook, Pen-Friend and Pen-friendship; Udgar; and Baljivan.

Permanent Address: 4165, Nai Sarak, Delhi.

[Voting results at the Election:

Electorate: 1,71,522

Shri Radha Raman ..     50,758

Shri Basant Rao Oak .. 36,361

Shri Mushtaq Ahmed ..  28,656

Shri Abdul Sattar ..    2,244]

 


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Shri Tarachand Khandelwal Member of Parliament (MP) from Chandni Chowk (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Tarachand Khandelwal

Political Party: Bharatiya Janata Party

Constituency & State: Chandni Chowk (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 10

Tenth Lok Sabha
Members BioprofileKHANDELWAL, SHRI TARACHAND

[B.J.P. – Chandni Chowk (Delhi)]

Father’s NameDate of Birth

Place of Birth

Marital Status

Spouse’s Name

Children

Educational Qualifications

Profession

Permanent Address

Present Address

Positions held

1985-90

1991

Social and Cultural Activities

Special Interests

Favourite Pastime and Recreation

Sports and Clubs

Countries visited


Other Information

Late Shri Suraj Bhan25th February, 1928

Delhi

Married on 2nd May, 1947

Smt. Savitri Devi

Two sons and one daughter

B.Com.,
Educated at Sri Ram College of Commerce, Delhi

Trader, Social worker and writer

509, Kucha Pati Ram, Bazar Sita Ram, Delhi-110006. Tel. 734961, 730461

– Same as above –

General Secretary, BJP, Delhi

Elected to Lok Sabha (Tenth)

Past President, Rotary Club, Delhi North; General Secretary, Baldies Club International; General Secretary, Citizens Council, Delhi; Past President, Sangeet Kala Vihar, Delhi

Art, culture, literature and education

Reading and social work particularly welfare of the downtrodden

Basketball

Widely travelled; Europe and U.S.A.; Member, Delegation to Tashkent to present Lal Bahadur Shastri’s statue in 1966

Vice-President, All India Khandelwal Vaishya Maha Sabha; Secretary, Shishu Bharti School; Secretary, Raghumal Vedic Library; Treasurer, Aurobindo College, Delhi; President, Delhi Vyapar Mahasangh; President, Delhi Iron and Hardware Merchants Association; Member, Governing Council, Apeejay Secondary School, Delhi.

 

 


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