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Madhya Pradesh's Gwalior is one of the 29 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state.
According to the data from last census, 27,30,472 people stay in Gwalior. Of them, 51.04% of voters belong to urban areas.
According to the census, the total population of Gwalior is 27,30,472, among which 19.59% of voters belong to Scheduled Caste.
There are a total of 19,80,940 voters in the constituency. Among which, 10,67,545 are male voters and 9,13,330 are female voters.
To recall, the sitting MP Narendra Singh Tomar from BJP defeated INC's Ashok Singh by 29,699 votes in the previous elections.
For the 2019 general elections of Gwalior, a total of 53% voters got inked.
In what qualifies as a great political thriller, VIVEK NARAYAN SHEJWALKAR of Bharatiya Janata Party defeated Indian National Congress's ASHOK SINGH by a margin of 146,842. After a close shave, VIVEK NARAYAN SHEJWALKAR will now govern Gwalior for the next five years.
For this seat, Bahujan Samaj Party placed its bet on Mamta Balveer Singh Kushwah while the Jan Adhikar Party fielded Sugreev Singh. Vivek Narayan Shejwalkar was the candiate from Bharatiya Janata Party.