New Delhi Constituency, Delhi Loksabha Election 1951 Results, MP, Voters, Political Parties Data

Constituency Name: New Delhi

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

W i n n e r

KMPP

SUCHETIA KRIPALANI

47735

Runner up

INC

MAN MOHANI SEHGAL

40064

MARGIN :

7671

( 7.51% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

27-03-1952

 

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

I.CANDIDATES

1.NOMINATED

2.REJECTED

3.WITHDRAWN

4.CONTESTED

5.FORFEITED DEPOSIT

II. ELECTORS

1. TOTAL

182293

182293

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. TOTAL

102175

102175

IV. VOTES

1. POLLED             102175 ( 56.05% of Total Electors

2. VALID                102175


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

Constituency Name: New Delhi

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

INC

MEHR CHAND KHANNA

96264

Runner up

:

JS

BALRAJ MADHOK

64669

MARGIN

:

31595

( 18.59% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

12-12-2000

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :                                AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

173042

( 64.41%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

169912

3. REJECTED

3130

( 1.81%

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WITHDRAWN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

268661

0

268661

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

268661

0

268661

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

173042

0

173042

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

173042

0

173042

 


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

Constituency Name: New Delhi

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

BJS

M.L SONDHI

82173

Runner up

:

INC

M.C. KHANNA

57313

MARGIN

:

24860

( 16.76% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

15-02-1967

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :                               AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

152918

( 73.25%

of Total Electors)

2. VALID

148359

3. REJECTED

4559

( 2.98%

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WITHDRAWN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

208755

0

208755

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

208755

0

208755

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

152918

0

152918

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

152918

0

152918

 


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

Constituency Name: New Delhi

 

RESULT

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

Winner

:

INC

MUKUL BANERJI

81867

Runner up :

BJS

M. L. SONDHI

37334

MARGIN

:

44533 ( 35.02% of Total Valid Votes )

 

DATES

POLLING

COUNTING

DECLARATION OF RESULT

3/5/1971

 

POLLING STATIONS

NUMBER :

AVERAGE ELECTORS PER POLLING STATION :

 

VOTES

1. POLLED

128700

( 59.22% of Total Electors)

2. VALID

127165

3. REJECTED

1535

( 1.19% of Total Votes Polled)

4. MISSING

0

5. TENDERED

0

 

I. CANDIDATES

MALE

FEMALE

TOTAL

1. NOMINATED

22

1

23

2. REJECTED

0

0

0

3. WITHDRAWN

8

0

8

4. CONTESTED

14

1

15

5. FORFEITED DEPOSIT

13

0

13

II. ELECTORS

1. GENERAL

116595

100724

217319

2. SERVICE

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

116595

100724

217319

III. ELECTORS WHO VOTED

1. GENERAL

71812

56888

128700

2. POSTAL

0

0

0

3. TOTAL

71812

56888

128700

 


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Shri Manoharlal Sondhi Member of Parliament (MP) from New Delhi (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Manoharlal Sondhi

Political Party: Jan Sangh

Constituency & State: New Delhi (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 4

4th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

SONDHI, SHRI MANOHARLAL, M.A., LL.B.. J.S.. (Delhi-New Delhi-1967):  s. of late Shri Ram Lal Sondhi; b. at Jullundur, December 14, 1933; ed. at Punjab University, Delhi School of Economics, Oxford University, London School of Economics, Charles University (Prague); Visiting scholar at Columbia University, Harvard University and Institute of International, Affairs (Warsaw); m. Smt. Madhuri, July 8, 1962;1 s.; University Teacher; stood first in order of merit in the All India competitive examination for I.A.S., I.F.S.; served in the Indian Foreign Service, 1956—62; resigned from service and took up teaching and research in international politics.

Social activities:  Associated with the Sanskrit Hebrew Society, Ananda K. Coomaraswamy Memorial Committee and the Delhi Sangeet Samaj.

Hobby:  Gardening.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Reading, music.

Special interest:  Foreign Affairs.

Publications:  Written articles on “National Interest and Our Foreign Policy”, “Power Realities Facing India” and “India and East Europe in the context of Chinese Aggression”.

Sports:  Hockey and Squash.

Travels abroad:  U.K., Czechoslovakia, U.S.A., Yugoslavia. Belgium, Germany, Afghanistan.

Permanent address:  39, Bhagat Road, Jullundur Cantt., Punjab.

 


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Shri Krishna Chandra Pant Member of Parliament (MP) from New Delhi (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Krishna Chandra Pant

Political Party: Congress (I)

Constituency & State: New Delhi (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 3,4,5,8

8th Lok Sabha
Members Bioprofile

PANT, SHRI KRISHNA CHANDRA, M.Sc., [Congress (I)— New Delhi, 1984]  s. of Bharat Ratna late Shri Govind Ballabh Pant; b. at Bhowali, Nainital District, Uttar Pradesh, August 10, 1931; ed. at St. Joseph’s College, Nainital and Lucknow University; awarded Honorary Doctorate Degree by Udaipur University in 1975-76; m. Smt. Ila Pant, June 20, 1957; 2 s.; Political and Social Worker; Union Minister of State for (i) Finance, March 13, 1967—February 14, 1969, (ii) Steel and Heavy Engineering, February 14, 1969—June 27, 1970, (iii) Home Affairs and Departments of Electronics and Scientific and Industrial Research, June 27, 1970—March 18, 1971, (iv) Home Affairs and Departments of Electronics, Atomic Energy and Science and Technology, March 18, 1971—May 2, 1971, and (v) Home Affairs and Departments of Electronics and Atomic Energy, May 2, 1971—November 9, 1973; assisted the Prime Minister in the Department of Space,  August 26, 1973—November 9, 1973; (vi) Irrigation and Power, November 9, 1973—October 10, 1974, also assisted the Prime Minister in the Departments of Atomic Energy, Electronics and Space; (vii) Energy, October 10, 1974— March 24, 1977; Minister of Energy, July 30, 1979—January 14, 1980; Union Minister of Education since December 31, 1984; Member and General Secretary, Working Committee of A.l.C.C. 1977; Chairman, Advisory Board on Energy, March, 1983—November 19, 1984; Vice-President, Indian Council for Africa; Member, (i) Administrative Reforms Commission Study Team on Government Machinery, (ii) Institute for  Defence Studies and Analysis upto 1977, (iii) Executive Council of the Nehru Institute of Mountaineering and (iv) National Integration Council; Founder Member, Institute of Constitutional and Parliamentary Studies; Life Member, Institute of Engineers; Member, (i) Third Lok Sabha, 1962—67, (ii) Executive Committee, Congress Parliamentary Party and (iii) Committee on Public Undertakings; General Secretary, Congress Party in Parliament, 1965-66; was called upon to organise the Leadership election between late Smt. Indira Gandhi and Shri Morarji Desai after the demise of Shri Lal Bahadur Shastri; Member, (i) Fourth Lok Sabha, 1967—70, (ii) Fifth Lok Sabha, 1971—77 and (iii) Rajya Sabha, 1978—84; Leader of the House (Rajya Sabha) 1979-80; Indian delegate to, (i) the Human Rights Commission held in 1965 and its first Vice-Chairman in 1966 and (ii) Seminar on Nuclear Weapons, Toronto, 1966; Parliamentary Adviser, Indian Delegation to the United Nations and Member of Third Commission of the U.N., 1965 and later was Leader of the Delegation after return of the Foreign Minister to India; led the Indian delegation to, (i) Colombo Plan Consultative Committee Meetings held in Rangoon in December, 1967 and again in Seoul (Korea) in October, 1968, (ii) International Conference on Human Rights held in Teheran in April, 1968 and (iii) Human Rights Commission, 1984 at Geneva; Co-Chairman, Indo-Polish Commission, 1976.

Favourite pastime and recreation:  Reading, Travelling and Sports.

Special interests:  Welfare work; associated with a number of educational institutions.

Accomplishments in letters, literature, art and science:  Recipient of the Chancellor’s Gold Medal for the best student of the year.

Publications:  A booklet on Fertilizers.

Sports and clubs:  Cricket, Badminton, Squash, and Tennis; Member, Delhi Gymkhana Club.

Travels abroad:  U.S.A., U.S.S.R., U.K., Africa, Austria, Germany, Canada, South-Korea, Burma, Nepal, France, Egypt, Italy, Japan, Iran, Yugoslavia and other Western European countries.

Permanent address:  (i) 22, Dakshineshwar, 10, Hailey Road, New Delhi-110001, (ii) Pant Estate, Bhowali, Nainital District, Uttar Pradesh.

 


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Shri Ajay Maken Member of Parliament (MP) from New Delhi (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Ajay Maken

Political Party: Indian National Congress

Constituency & State: New Delhi (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 14,15

Fifteenth Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile
Maken, Shri Ajay
Constituency   : New Delhi (NCT of Delhi)
Party Name     : Indian National Congress (INC)
Email Address : ajaymaken[AT]nic[DOT]in
Father’s Name Shri C.P. Maken
Mother’s Name Smt. Santosh Maken
Date of Birth 12 Jan 1964
Place of Birth Delhi
Marital Status Married
Date of Marriage 21 Jan 1991
Spouse’s Name Smt. Radhika Maken
No. of Sons 1
No.of Daughters 2
Educational
Qualifications
B.A.
Educated at University of Delhi, Delhi
Profession Businessperson
Permanent Address
J-12/2, Rajouri Garden
New Delhi -110 027
Tel. (011) 25428073, 25157777
Present Address
10, Pandit Pant Marg,
New Delhi – 110 001
Tels. (011) 23384183, 23386520 (O), 9868180656 (M)
Telefax. (011) 23315655, 23315699 (R)
Fax. (011) 23381898 (O)
Positions Held
1993-2004 Member, Delhi Legislative Assembly (three terms)
1993-97 General Secretary, Delhi Pradesh Congress Committee
1997-98 General Secretary, Indian Youth Congress
1998-2001 Parliamentary Secretary to the Chief Minister, Govt. of Delhi
2001-2003 Cabinet Minister, Transport, Power and Tourism, Govt. of Delhi
2003-2004 Speaker, Delhi Legislative Assembly
2004-2009 Elected to 14th Lok Sabha
2004-2006 Member, General Purposes Committee
Member, Rules Committee
Member, Committee on Information Technology
Member, House Committee
Member, Panel of Chairmen, Lok Sabha
Secretary, All India Congress Committee (AICC)
2006-2009 Union Minister of State, Urban Development
2007-09 Permanent Invitee and Member, Congress Working Committee (CWC)
Permanent Invitee and Member, All India Congress Committee (AICC)
Incharge, Orissa and Jharkhand
2009 Re-elected to 15th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
2009 – 18 Jan 2011 Union Minister of State, Home Affairs
19 Jan 2011 – 28 Oct. 2012 Union Minister of State (Independent Charge), Youth Affairs and Sports
28 Oct. 2012 – 15 Jun. 2013 Union Cabinet Minister, Housing and Urban Poverty Alleviation
Social And Cultural Activities
Upliftment of the poor and weaker sections of the society; protecting and fighting for the cause of government employees
Special Interests
Keen to protect Environment and Ecology; active participation in Parliamentary proceedings; voracious reader of nonfiction of all genre
Favourite Pastime and Recreation
Surfing the net, watching science fiction movies, listening to old movie songs, ghazals and reading non-fiction books
Sports and Clubs
Cricket and golf
Countries Visited
Widely travelled
Other Information
Creation of the new Master Plan for Delhi MPD-2021 that brought an end to sealings and demolition in the city and established inclusive growth parameters; As Minister implemented transition of public transport to CNG and Power Reforms in Delhi; best MLA award for the year 1998-99 for his outstanding performance as Legislator in Delhi Assembly; Treasurer, All India NSUI, 1985-87; leader trade union movements of Delhi Transport Corporation (DTC), Delhi Electric Supply Undertaking (DESU) and many other private industries; President, Delhi University Students Union, 1985-86

 


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Shri Rajesh Khanna Member of Parliament (MP) from New Delhi (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Rajesh Khanna

Political Party: Congress (I)

Constituency & State: New Delhi (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 10

Tenth Lok Sabha
Members BioprofileKHANNA*, SHRI RAJESH

[Cong.(I) – New Delhi (Delhi)]

Permanent Address        ‘Aashirvad’, 107, Carter Road, Bombay.Present Address             C-8/495, Vasant Kunj, New Delhi. Tel. 6890809

Positions held

June 1992                    Elected** to Lok Sabha

 

 

*Bio-data not supplied.

**Elected in a by-election held on 8th June, 1992.

 


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Shri Mehr Chand Khanna Member of Parliament (MP) from New Delhi (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Mehr Chand Khanna

Political Party: Congress

Constituency & State: New Delhi (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 3

Third Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile

KHANNA, SHRI MEHR CHAND, Cong., (Delhi—New Delhi—1962):  S. of late Shri Karam Chand Khanna; B. Peshawar, June 1, 1897; ed. at Edward’s College, Peshawar (West Pakistan); m. Shrimati Ram Piyari Khanna, June 15, 1915; 2 S. and 3 D.; Was a member of the Frontier Crimes Regulations Enquiry Committee set up by the Govt. of India; Was invited in 1933 to give evidence before the Joint Select Committee in London On behalf of the N.W.F.P.; Member, NWFP Legislative Assembly, 1932—47; Finance Minister, N.W.F.P. in 1937 and 1945; Went to Canada in 1942 to attend the Conference of the Institute of Pacific Relations as a member of the Indian Delegation; Rehabilitation Adviser to the Govt. of India from 1948 to 1954; Member, Rajya Sabha, 1954—62; Minister of Rehabilitation, 1954—62 and Minister of Works, Housing and Supply since 1962.

Travels abroad:  U.K., U.S.A., Canada, Europe and Pakistan.

Permanent address:  7, Race Course Road, New Delhi.

[Voting results at the Election:

Electorate:  2,68,661

Shri Mehr Chand Khanna                             . .                        96,264

Shri Balraj Madhok                                      . .                         64,669

Shri Lanka Sundaram                                  . .                           3,786

Shri Parkash Baghi                                      . .                           2,197

Shri Tirath Dass                                           . .                           1,048

Shri Anant Singh                                          . .                              688

Shri Ram Chander                                        . .                              534

Shri Balwant Rai Mehta                                . .                              465

Shri Uttam Singh Arora                                . .                               261].

 


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Shri Jagmohan Member of Parliament (MP) from New Delhi (Delhi) Biodata

Name of Member: Shri Jagmohan

Political Party: Bharatiya Janata Party

Constituency & State: New Delhi (Delhi)

Lok Sabha Experience: 11,12,13

Thirteenth Lok Sabha

Members Bioprofile
Jagmohan, Shri
Constituency   : New Delhi (NCT of Delhi)
Party Name     : Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)
Father’s Name Late Shri Amir Chand
Mother’s Name Late Smt. Dropadi Devi
Date of Birth 25 Sep 1927
Place of Birth Hafizabad (now in Pakistan)
Marital Status Married
Date of Marriage 16 Feb 1957
Spouse’s Name Smt. Uma Jagmohan
No. of Sons 1
No.of Daughters 1
Educational
Qualifications
M.A.
Educated at Government Schools and Colleges in Punjab and Delhi
Permanent Address
61, Lodhi Estate,
New Delhi- 110003
(011)24625899,24618289
Positions Held
1980-81 Lt. Governor, Delhi
1981-82 Lt. Governor, Goa, Daman & Diu
1982-84 Lt. Governor, Delhi
1984-89 Governor, Jammu & Kashmir
1990 Governor, Jammu & Kashmir
1990-96 Member (nominated), Rajya Sabha
Member, Committee of Privileges
Member, Committee on Urban and Rural Development
1996 Elected to 11th Lok Sabha
1996-97 Chairman, Committee on Energy
Member, Consultative Committee, Ministry of Urban Development
1998 Re-elected to 12th Lok Sabha (2nd term)
1998-99 Member, Committee on External Affairs
4 Dec. 1998- 7 June 1999 Union Cabinet Minister, Communications
June-Oct. 1999 Union Cabinet Minister, Urban Development
1999 Re-elected to 13th Lok Sabha (3rd term)
Oct.–Nov. 1999 Union Cabinet Minister, Urban Development
22 Nov. 1999- 31 Aug. 2001 Union Cabinet Minister, Urban Development and Poverty Alleviation
1 Sept. 2001- 17 Nov. 2001 Union Cabinet Minister, Tourism; Programme Implementation and Statistics
18 Nov. 2001- onwards Union Cabinet Minister, Tourism and Culture
Books Published
(i) Rebuilding Shahjahanabad—Walled City of Delhi; (ii) Island of Truth; (iii) The Challenge of our Cities; and (iv) My Frozen Turbulence in Kashmir, which has run into several editions and translated in eleven regional languages
Literary, Artistic & Scientific Accomplishments
Contributed to leading national dailies about 300 articles on issues of contemporary relevance
Special Interests
Literary, social and cultural work
Favourite Pastime and Recreation
Reading and writing books, undertaking reforms, long walk to gardens and visiting natural sanctuaries
Sports and Clubs
Member, Indian Council of World Affairs and Life Member, India International Centre
Countries Visited
Around the world in 1964-69 on Ford Foundation and Indian Institute of Public Administration (I.I.P.A.) Fellowship; attended U.N. Conference on Habitat, Vancouver, 1976; Member, Indian Parliamentary Delegation, (i) Austria; (ii) Hungary; and (iii) 100th Inter-Parliamentary Union Conference, Moscow, September, 1998
Other Information
Retired from Government service; worked for the improvement of slum clearance in Delhi under Delhi Master Plan; Conferred, (i) Padma Shri, 1971; (ii) Padma Bhushan, 1977; and (iii) Australian Cultural Award, 1975; and Member, (i) Court of Jamia Millia Islamia, 1998—9 March 1999; and (ii) General Council of School of Planning and Architecture, 1998

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