Indian Rajya Sabha elections, 2010

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Rajya Sabha elections were held on various dates in 2010, to elect members of the Rajya Sabha, Indian Parliament's upper chamber. The elections were held to elect respectively 13 members from 6 states,[1] 49 members from 12 states,[2] 6 members from Andhra Pradesh[3] and 2 members from Haryana for the Council of States, the Rajya Sabha.[4]

Elections

Elections were held to elect members from various states .

Members elected

The following members are elected in the elections held in 2010. The list is incomplete.

State - Member - Party

Rajya Sabha members for term 2010-2016
State Member Name Party Remark
AS Naznin Faruque INC R
AS Silvius Condpan INC dea 10/10/2011
HP Bimla Kashyap Sood BJP
KL A. K. Antony INC
KL K.N. Balagopal CPM
KL T N Seema CPM
NG K. G. Kenye NPF
TR Jharna Das CPM
PB M S Gill INC
PB Ashwini Kumar INC
PB Sukhdev Singh Dhindsa SAD
PB Naresh Gujral SAD
PB Avinash Rai Khanna BJP
AP Nirmala Sitaraman BJP
AP Y. S. Chowdary TDP
AP Jairam Ramesh INC
AP Jesudasu Seelam INC
AP N. Janardhana Reddy INC dea 09/05/2014
BR Sharad Yadav JDU
BR Ramchandra Prasad Singh JDU
BR K. C. Tyagi JDU
BR Gulam Rasool Balyawi JDU
BR Pavan Kumar Varma JDU
CT Mohsina Kidwai INC
CT Nand Kumar Sai BJP
HR Birender Singh INC
HR Suresh Prabhu BJP
JH Dhiraj Prasad Sahu INC
JH M J Akbar BJP
KA Oscar Fernandes INC
KA M. Venkaiah Naidu BJP
KA Aayanur Manjunath BJP
KA Vijay Mallya IND.
MP Anil Madhav Dave BJP
MP Chandan Mitra BJP
MP Vijayalaxmi Sadho INC
MH Piyush Goyal BJP
MH Ishwarlal Jain BJP
MH Avinash Pande INC
MH Vijay J. Darda INC
MH Sanjay Raut SS
MH Praful Patel NCP
OR Baishnab Charan Parida BJD
OR Pyarimohan Mohapatra BJD
OR Bhupinder Singh BJD
PB Ambika Soni INC
PB Balwinder Singh Bhunder SAD
RJ Ashk Ali Tak BJP
RJ Ram Jethmalani BJP
RJ Vijayendrapal Singh BJP
RJ Anand Sharma INC
TN K. P. Ramalingam DMK
TN S. Thangavelu DMK
TN A. Navaneethakrishnan ADMK
TN P. H. Paul Manoj Pandian ADMK
TN A. W. Rabi Bernard ADMK
TN E. M. Sudarsana Natchiappan INC
TG Gundu Sudha Rani TRS
TG V. Hanumantha Rao INC
UP Mukhtar Abbas Naqvi BJP
UP Vishambhar Prasad Nishad SP
UP Kanak Lata Singh SP
UP Arvind Kumar Singh SP
UP Rasheed Masood SP res 09/03/2012
UP Satish Sharma INC
UP Jugal Kishore BSP
UP Narendra Kumar Kashyap BSP
UP Salim Ansari BSP
UP Rajpal Singh Saini BSP
UP Satish Chandra Mishra BSP
UP Ambeth Rajan BSP
UT Tarun Vijay BJP

Bye-elections

The bye-elections were also held for the vacant seats from the State of Gujarat,[5], Rajashthan[2], Uttar Pradesh.[6]

  • Bye-elections were held on 25 February 2010 for vacancy from Gujarat due to death of seating member Suryakantbhai Acharya on 21/04/2010 with term ending on 18/08/2011. Pravin Naik of BJP got elected.
  • Bye-elections were held on 17 June 2010 for vacancy from Rajasthan due to death of seating member Krishan Lal Balmiki of BJP on 21/04/2010 with term ending on 02/04/2012. Narendra Budania of INC became the member.
  • Bye-elections were held on 15 July 2010 for vacancy from Uttar Pradesh due to death of seating member Virendra Bhatia of SP on 21/04/2010 with term ending on 02/04/2012.Pramod Kureel of BSP became the member.

References

  1. ^ "Biennial Elections to the Council of States to fill the seats of members retiring in April, 2010" (PDF). Election Commission of India, New Delhi. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  2. ^ a b "Biennial and Bye-Elections to the Council of States" (PDF). Election Commission of India, New Delhi. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  3. ^ "Biennial Election to the Council of States from the State of Andhra Pradesh" (PDF). Election Commission of India, New Delhi. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  4. ^ "Biennial Election to the Council of States from the State of Haryana" (PDF). Election Commission of India, New Delhi. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  5. ^ "Bye-Election to the Council of States" (PDF). Election Commission of India, New Delhi. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
  6. ^ "Bye-Election to the Council of States" (PDF). Election Commission of India, New Delhi. Retrieved 18 August 2017.
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