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Maharashtra's Mumbai North is one of the 48 Lok Sabha constituencies of the state.
As per the last census report, Mumbai North houses 23,35,171 people. Out of them, 100.00% of voters are from urban areas.
As per the last census report, Mumbai North houses 23,35,171 people. Out of them, 4.09% of voters belong to Scheduled Caste category. On the other hand, 1.26% voters belong to Scheduled Tribes category.
The total number of voters from the constituency are 17,83,870. Of them, 9,72,645 and 8,11,225 are male and female voters respectively.
The sitting MP Gopal Chinayya Shetty from BJP defeated INC's Sanjay Nirupam by a huge margin of 446,582 votes in the previous elections.
For the 2019 general elections of Mumbai North, a total of 53% voters got inked.
The result of Mumbai North is out, as Gopal Shetty of Bharatiya Janata Party emerged as the winner in a completely one-sided battle against Urmila Matondkar (Indian National Congress). The former garnered 706678 votes and won by a whopping margin of 465,247 votes.
For this seat, Bahujan Samaj Party placed its bet on Manojkumar Jayprakash Singh while the Bharatiya Janata Party fielded Gopal Chinnaya Shetty. Urmila Matondkar was the candiate from Indian National Congress.