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Three new Parliamentary seats come into existence Dewas, 
ikamgarh and Ratlam in
Shajapur, Seoni and Jhabua out

Changes due to delimitation

Bhopal : December 19, 2008


Due to delimitation process, three new Lok Sabha constituencies namely Dewas, Tikamgarh and Ratlam have come into existence. At the same time, Shajapur, Seoni and Jhabua have ceased to exist as Parliamentary seats and have been merged in other areas. The total number of Parliamentary seats in Madhya Pradesh is 29.

After delimitation process undertaken in the year 2007, Parliamentary constituencies have also undergone change like Vidhan Sabha constituencies. This has resulted into emergence of three new Parliamentary constituencies viz Dewas, Tikamgarh and Ratlam which stood merged in other constituencies earlier. Similarly, three old seats namely Shajapur, Seoni and Dewas have been dissolved and merged in other areas. Due to changes in Parliamentary seats, Vidhan Sabha seats under them have also undergone changes. This delimitation process was undertaken in 2007 under Delimitation (Amended) Act 2003 (3 of 2004). The process has been published in the gazettes of Government of India and state government. Following is the chart showing changes in the Vidhan Sabha areas under Parliamentary constituencies after delimitation:-

NO.

Parliamentary constituency

Vidhan Sabha seats

1.

Morena

1 Sheopur, 2 Vijaypur, 3 Sabalgarh, 4 Jaura, 5 Sumawali, 6 Morena, 7 Dimni and 8 Ambah (S.C.)

2.

Bhind(S.C.)

9 Ater, 10 Bind 11 Lahar, 12 Mehgaon, 13 Gohad (S.C.) 20 Seorha, 21 Bhander (S.C.) and 22 Datia

3.

Gwalior

14 Gwalior Rural, 15 Gwalior, 16 Gwalior East, 17 Gwalior South, 18 Bhitarwar, 19 Dabra (S.C.), 23 Karera (S.C.) and 24 Pohri

4.

Guna

25 Shivpuri, 26 Pichhore, 27 Kolaras, 28 Bamori, 29 Guna (S.C.), 32 Ashok Nagar (S.C.), 33 Chanderi and 34 Mungawali

5.

Sagar

35 Bina (S.C.), 36 Khurai, 37 Surkhi, 40 Naryawali (S.C.), 41 Sgarú, 146 Kurwai (S.C.), 147 Sironj and 148 Shamshabad

6.

Tikamgarh (S.C.)

43 Tikamgarh, 44 Jatara (S.C.), 45 Prithvipur, 46 Niwari, 47 Khargapur, 48 Maharajpur, 51 Chhatarpur and 52 Bijawar

7.

Damoh

38 Deori, 39 Rehli, 42 Banda, 53 Malahra, 54 Pathria, 55 Damoh, 56 Jabera and 57 Hatta (S.C.)

8.

Khajuraho

49 Chandla (S.C.), 50 Rajnagar, 58 Pawai, 59 Gunnaur (S.C.), 60 Panna 92 Vijayraghavgarh, 93 Murwara and 94 Bahoriband

9.

Satna

61 Chitrakoot, 62 Raigaon (S.C.), 63 Satna, 64 Nagod, 65 Maihar, 66 Amarpatan and 67 Rampur-Baghelan

10.

Rewa

68 Sirmaur, 69 Semariya, 70 Teonthar, 71 Maugarn, 72 Devtalab, 73 Mangawan (S.C.), 74 Rewa and Gurh

11.

Sidhi

76 Churhat, 77 Sidhi, 78 Sinhawal, 79 Chitrangi (S.T.), 80 Singrauli, 81 Devsar (S.C.), 82 Dhauhani (S.T.) and 83 Byohari (S.T.)

12.

Shahdol (S.T.)

84 Jaisinghagarh (S.T.), 85 Jaitpur (S.T.), 86 Kotma, 87 Anuppur (S.T.), 88 Rajgarh (S.T.), 89 Bandhavgarh (S.T.), 90 Manpur (S.T.) and 91. Barwara (S.T.)

13.

Jabalpur

95 Patan, 96 Bargi, 97 Jabalpur East (S.C.), 98 Jabalpur North, 99 Jabalpur Cantt, 100 Jabalpur West, 101 {Panagar and 102. Sihora (S.T.)

14.

Mandla(S.T.)

103 Shahpura (S.T.), 104 Dindori (S.T.), 105 Bichhiya (S.T.), 106 Niwas (S.T.), 107 Mandla (S.T.), 116 Keolari, 117 Lakhnadaun (S.T.) and 118 Gotegaon (S.C.)

15.

Balaghat

108 Baihar (S.T.), 109 Lanji, 110 Paraswada, 111 Balaghat,112 Waraseoni, 113 Katangi, 114 Barghat (S.T.) and 115 Seoni

16.

Chhindwara

122. Junnardeo (S.T.), 123. Amarwada (S.T.), 124
Chorai, 125 Saunsar, 126 Chhindwara, 127 Parasia (S.C.) and 128. Pandhurna (S.T.)

17.

Hoshangabad

119 Narsinghpur, 120 Tendukhera, 121 Gadarwara, 136 Seoni-Malwa, 137 Hoshangabad, 138 Sohagpur, 139 Pipariya (S.C.) and 140 Udaipura

18.

Vidisha

141 Bhojpuri, 142 Sanchi (S.C.), 143 Silwani, 144 Vidisha, 145 Basoda, 156 Budni, 158 Ichhawar and 173 Khategaon

19.

Bhopal

149 Berasia (S.C.), 150 Bhopal North, 151 Narela, 152 Bhopal South-West, 153 Bhopal Central, 154 Govindpura, 155 Huzur and 159 Sehore

20.

Rajgarh

30 Chachora, 31 Raghogarh, 160 Narsingarh, 161 Biaora, 162 Rajgarh, 163 Khilchipur, 164 Sarangpur (S.C.) and 165 Susner

21.

Dewas(S.C.)

157 Ashta (S.C.), 166. Agar (S.C.), 167 Shajapur, 168 Shujalpur, 169 Kalapipal, 170 Sonkutch (S.C.), 171 Dewas and 172 Hatpipaliya

22.

Ujjain (S.C.)

212 Nagda-Khachrod, 213 Mahidpur 214 Tarana (S.C.), 215 Ghatia (S.C.), 216 Ujjain-North, 217 Ujjain-South, 218 Barnagar and 223 Alot (S.C.)

23.

Mandsaur

222 Jaora, 224 Mandsaur, 225 Malhargarh (S.C.), 226 Suwasra, 227 Garoth, 228 Manasa, 229 Neemuch and 230 Jawad

24.

Ratlam (S.T.)

191 Alirajpur (S.T.), 192 Jobat (S.T.), 193 Jhabua (S.T.), 194 Thandla (S.T.), 195 Petlawad (S.T.), 219 Ratlam Rural (S.T.), 220 Ratlam City and 221 Sailana (S.T.)

25.

Dhar (S.T.)

196 Sardarpur (S.T.), 197 Gandhwani (S.T.), 198 Kukshi (S.T.), 199 Manawar (S.T.), 200 Dharampuri (S.T.), 201 Dhar, 202 Badnawar and 209 Dr. Ambedkar-Mhow

26.

Indore

203 Depalpur, 204 Indore-1, 205 Indore-2, 206 Indore-3, 207 Indore-4, 208 Indore-5, 210 Rau and 211 Sanver (S.C.)

27.

Khargone (S.T.)

183 Maheshwar (S.C.), 184 Kasrawad, 185 Khargone, 186 Bhagwanpura (S.T.), 187 Sendhwa (S.T.), 188 Rajpur (S.T.), 189 Pansemal (S.T.) and 190 Barwani (S.T.)

28.

Khandwa

174 Bagli (S.T.), 175 Mandhata, 177 Khandwa (S.C.), 178 Pandhana (S.T.), 179 Nepanagar (S.T.), 180 Burhanpur, 181 Bhikangaon (S.T.) and 182 Barwah

29.

Betul (S.T.)

129 Multai, 130 Amla (S.C.), 131 Betul, 132 Ghoradongri (S.T.), 133 Bhainsdehi (S.T.), 134 Timarni (S.T.), 135 Harda and 176 Harsud (S.T.)

 

 

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