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Uttar Pradesh has a total of 80 Lok Sabha constituencies and Mathura is considered one of the most important seats.
As per the last census report, Mathura houses 25,47,184 people. Out of them, 19.89% of voters belong to Scheduled Caste category while 0.06% belong to Scheduled Tribes category. Moreover, 29.68% of voters are from urban areas while 70.32% voters stay in rural areas.
Out of the total 16,82,260 voters, there are 9,31,615 male voters while 7,50,645 voters are females.
In the previous elections, BJP's sitting MP Hema Malini Dharmendra Deol defeated RLD's Jayant Choudhary by a huge margin of 330,743 votes.
The voter turnout recorded was 64%.
BJP"s Hema Malini, who aced the game of staying in news, was locked in an interesting battle with RLD's Kunwar Narendra Singh and Mahesh Pathak of INC for Mathura.
It has been a good day for Bharatiya Janata Party's HEMA MALINI as the candidate won Mathura. The vote margin between HEMA MALINI and KUNWAR NARENDRA SINGH was counted at 293,471.