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Karad Parliamentary Constituency Map and Election Results


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Karad Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results






Karad Parliamentary Constituency is a municipal council in Maharashtra state of India. The city of Karad is located in the Satara district at the meeting point of the rivers Krishna and Koyna. The INC party has won nine times from Karad Parliamentary Constituency. The town has a number of sugar factories and is often known as the 'sugar bowl' of Maharashtra.

The city has a population of around 56,149 according to the 2001 census. Almost 48 percent of the population is comprised of males and 52 percent are females.

List of Winning MP and Runner up from 1962 to till date from Karad Lok Sabha Constituency

YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1962Maharashtra16KaradGENDajisaheb Ramrao ChavanMINC214553Atmaram Nana Patil MPWP67775
1967Maharashtra42KaradGEND. R. ChavanMINC239362D. K. Patil MPWP67940
1971Maharashtra42KaradGENDajisaheb Ramrao ChavanMINC263356Vithal Ramchandra Baravade MPWP19893
1977Maharashtra45KaradGENChavan Premlabai DajisahebMINC243305Desai Bhausaheb BalwantMPWP72490
1980Maharashtra45KaradGENMohite Yashavantrao JijavaMINC(I)240222Patil Vilasrao BalkrishnaMINC(U)214807
1984Maharashtra45KaradGENChavan Premalabai DajisahebFINC346579Kacchi Yunu AhmadMJNP61311
1991Maharashtra45KaradGENChavan Prithviraj DajishahebMINC272440Nagnnath NaikawadiMJD180060
1996Maharashtra45KaradGENChavan Prithviraj DajisahebMINC307840Bhosale Jaywantrao KrishnaMIND158244
1998Maharashtra45KaradGENChavan Prithviraj DajisahebMINC399797Bhosale Jayawantrao KrishnaMSHS226890
1999Maharashtra45KaradGENShriniwas Dadasaheb Patil (Marulkar)MNCP350504Chavan Prithviraj DajisahebMINC227543
2004Maharashtra45KaradGENPatil Shriniwas DadasahebMNCP436732Mankumare Vasant DnyandevMSHS240002


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