Pune Parliamentary Constituency Map and Election Results


Situated at a distance of about 160 kilometers south-east of Mumbai, Pune is the administrative center of Pune district in the state of Maharashtra. It is the 2nd largest city of the state as well. Pune Parliamentary Constituency has a population of around 31, 57,000 (2001 census). INC candidate, Suresh Kalmadi, has won 2 times (1996 and 2004) from Pune Parliamentary Constituency.

  Parliamentary Constituencies in Maharashtra  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
1Nandurbar25Thane
2Dhule26Mumbai-North
3Jalgaon27Mumbai-North-West
4Raver28Mumbai-North-East
5Buldhana29Mumbai-North-Central
6Akola30Mumbai-South-Central
7Amravati31Mumbai-South
8Wardha32Raigad
9Ramtek33Maval
10Nagpur34Pune
11Bhandara-Gondiya35Baramati
12Gadchiroli-Chimur36Shirur
13Chandrapur37Ahmednagar
14Yavatmal-Washim38Shirdi
15Hingoli39Beed
16Nanded40Osmanabad
17Parbhani41Latur
18Jalna42Solapur
19Aurangabad43Madha
20Dindori44Sangli
21Nashik45Satara
22Palghar46Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg
23Bhiwandi47Kolhapur
24Kalyan48Hatkanangle




Last Updated on: May 17, 2014



 

     


     

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