Ahmedabad East Lok Sabha (General) Elections 2014 Results, Winners, List, Current MP

Ahmedabad East Lok Sabha (General) Elections 2014 Results, Winners, List, Current MP and more information have been provided here. Ahmedabad East is a parliamentary constituency, located in the state of Gujarat. It is one of the 26 Lok Sabha constituencies in the state of Gujarat. It was created in 2008 after the delimitation report in 2008.

Ahmedabad East Lok Sabha (General) Elections 2014 Results

Candidate Party Votes
Paresh Rawal Bharatiya Janata Party 633,582
Patel Himmatsingh Prahladsingh Indian National Congress 306,949
Dinesh Vaghela Aam Aadmi Party 11,349
Rohit Rajubhai Virjibhai Alias Manojbhai Sontariya Bahujan Samaj Party 6,023
Roshan Priyavadan Shah Independent 4,046
Dashrathbhai M. Devda Independent 2,299
Anilkumar Sharma Independent 1,201
Atikbhai Mev Independent 1,094
Aditya Raval Vishva Hindustani Sangathan 987
Khalifa Samsuddin Nasiruddin (Jugnu) Akhil Bharatiya Congress Dal (Ambedkar) 895
Naranbhai T. Sengal (Dr.N.T.Sengal) Bahujan Suraksha Dal 782
Vijaykumar M. Vadhel Hindusthan Nirman Dal 704
Buddhpriya Jasvant Somabhai Prajatantra Aadhar Party 698
Dutt Aakash – Advocate Janata Dal (United) 558
None of the Above None of the Above 14,358

List of previously elected MPs from Ahmedabad East Lok Sabha Constituency

Year Winner Party Vote Runner Up Party Vote
2014 Paresh Rawal BJP 633582 Patel Himmatsingh Prahladsingh INC 306949
2009 Pathak,Shri Harin BJP 318846 Babaria Dipakbhai Ratilal INC 232790

List of assembly segments falls under Ahmedabad East Lok Sabha Constituency

Dahegam, Gandhinagar Dakshin, Vatva, Nikol, Naroda, Thakkarbapa Nagar, and Bapunagar.

About Ahmedabad East Lok Sabha Constituency

Ahmedabad Lok Sabha constituency is a part of lower parliament of India. It is located in the state of Gujarat. In 2014 General Elections of India, Paresh Rawal won against the candidate of Indian National Congress Patel Himmatsingh Prahladsingh. Shri Harin Pathak of Bharatiya Janata Party defeated Babaria Dipakbhai Ratilal of Indian National Congress in 2009 Lok Sabha Elections.

Last updated on February 20, 2015.