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India Election 2019 Results | Rise Of Shakti – India Elects Record Women MPs In Parliament

Hyderabad: A record 78 women have been elected to represent the people’s aspirations in the Indian parliament. This is the highest number ever in the history of Indian elections. However, they make up to just 14.36 per cent in the Parliament.

Across the party lines, the ruling BJP has sent the most number of women to the Parliament. Of the 303 seats the party won single-handedly, 42 are women.

Among the states, Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal sent the maximum number of women to the Parliament, 11 each. In Uttar Pradesh, the BJP sent eight women, while the Congress, BSP and Apna Dal (Soneylal) sent one women. In West Bengal, the Mamata-Banerjee led All India Trinamool Congress (AITMC) gave 40 per cent representation to women in the candiate list and nine women from the party were elected, while two were from the BJP.

Down south, the picture is not appreciable. Kerala elected one, while Tamil Nadu elected three. In Andhra Pradesh, the YSR Congress Party swept both the Assembly and Lok Sabha polls. In the 25 seats, the party won 22 seats and four women MPs have been elected. Out of the four, three made their debuts and won the elections and the fouth MP Vanga Geetha is a Rajya Sabha MP.

In Telangana, for the second time, the state has just one woman MP. Out of a total of 443 candidates, just 21 were women, and just six women were fielded from the Congress, BJP and TRS.

A full list of the women state wise:

Andhra Pradesh

YSRCP: Chinta Anuradha (Amalapuram)

YSRCP: KV Satyavathi (Anakapalli)

YSRCP: Goddeti Madhavi (Araku Bapatla)

YSRCP: Venga Geethaviswanath (Kakinada)

Assam

BJP: Queen Oja (Guwahati)

Bihar

BJP: Rama Devi (Sheohar)

JD(U): Kavita Singh (Siwan)

LJP: Veena Devi (Vaishali)

Chandigarh

BJP: Kirron Kher (Chandigarh)

Chhattisgarh

Congress: Jyotsna Charandas Mahant (Korba)

BJP: Renuka Singh Saruta (Sarguja)

BJP: Gomati Sai (Raigarh)

Delhi

BJP: Meenakshi Lekhi (New Delhi)

Gujarat

BJP: Darshana Jardosh (Surat)

BJP: Dr. Bharati Dhirubhai Shyal (Bhavnagar)

BJP: Rathva Gitaben Vajesingbhai (Chhota Udaipur)

BJP: Shardaben Patel (Mahesana)

BJP: Poonamben Hemantbhai (Jamnagar)

BJP: Ranjanben Dhananjay Bhatt (Vadodara)

Haryana:

BJP: Sunita Duggal (Sirsa)

Jharkhand

BJP: Annapurna Devi (Kodarma)

BJP: Gita Kora (Singhbhum)

Karnataka

BJP: Shobha Karandlaje (Udupi Chikmaglur)

Independent: Sumalatha Ambareesh (Mandya)

Kerala

Congress: Remya Haridas (Alathur)

Madhya Pradesh

BJP: Himadri Singh — Shahdol

BJP: Pragya Singh Thakur — Bhopal

BJP: Riti Pathak — Sidhi

BJP: Sandhya Rai — Bhind

Maharashtra

BJP: Poonam Mahajan — Mumbai North Central

BJP: Bharati Pawar — Dindori

BJP: Raksha Khadse —Raver

Independent: Navneet Rana — Amravati

NCP: Supriya Sule — Baramati

Shiv Sena: Bhawana Gawali — Yavatmal-Washim

BJP: Pritam Gopinathrao Munde — Beed

BJP: Heena Vijaykumar — Nandurbar

Meghalaya

NPP: Agatha Sangma Tura — Meghalaya

Odisha

BJD: Pramila Bisoyi — Aska

BJD: Chandrani Murmu —Keonjhar

BJD: Manjulata Mandal —Bhadrak

BJD: Sarmistha Sethi — Jajpur

BJD: Rajashree Mallick — Jagatsinghpur

BJP: Sangeeta Kumari — Bolangir

BJP: Aparajita Sarangi — Bhubaneswar

Punjab

Akali Dal: Harsimrat Kaur Badal —Bathinda

Congress: Preneet Kaur — Patiala

Rajasthan

BJP: Diya Kumari — Rajsamand

BJP: Ranjeeta Koli — Bharatpur

BJP: Jaskaur Meena — Dausa

Tamil Nadu

Congress: Jothimani S — Karur

DMK: Kanimozhi — Thoothukudi

DMK: Thamizhachi Thangapandian — Chennai South

Telangana

TRS: Kavitha Malothu —Mahabubabad

Tripura

BJP: Pratima Bhoumik — Tripura West

Uttar Pradesh

Apna Dal (Soneylal): Anupriya Singh Patel —Mirzapur

BJP: Rita Bahuguna Joshi —Allahabad

BJP: Smriti Irani —Amethi

BJP: Dr. Sanghmitra Maurya — Badaun

BJP: Hema Malini — Mathura

BJP: Keshari Devi Patel — Phulpur

BJP: Niranjan Jyoti — Fatehpur

BJP: Rekha Verma — Dhaurahra

BJP: Maneka Gandhi — Sultanpur

BSP: Sangeeta Azad — Lalganj

Congress: Sonia Gandhi — Rae Bareli

Uttarakhand

BJP: Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah — Tehri Garhwal

West Bengal

AITMC: Aparupa Poddar — Arambagh

AITMC: Dr. Kakoli Ghosh Dastidar —Barasat

AITMC: Nusrat Jahan Ruhi — Barsirhat

AITMC: Satabdi Roy — Birbhum

AITMC: Mimi Chakraborty — Jadavpur

AITMC: Mala Roy — Kolkata Dakshin

AITMC: Mahua Moitra — Krishnanagar

AITMC: Sajda Ahmed — Uluberia

AITMC: Pratima Mondal — Joynagar

BJP: Debasree Chaudhuri —Raiganj

BJP: Locket Chatterjee — Hooghly

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