|Reservation||Reserved for SC|
|Current MP||Jagannath Sarkar|
Ranaghat Uttar Paschim
Ranaghat Uttar Purba (SC)
Ranaghat Dakshin (SC)
Ranaghat (Lok Sabha constituency) is one of the 543 parliamentary constituencies in India. The constituency is in Nadia district in West Bengal. As per order of the Delimitation Commission in respect of the boundary delimitation of constituencies in the West Bengal, from 2009 Nabadwip (Lok Sabha constituency) ceased to exist and a new one came into being: Ranaghat (Lok Sabha constituency). All seven assembly segments of No. 13 Ranaghat (Lok Sabha constituency) are in Nadia district.
Ranaghat (SC) (Lok Sabha constituency) (parliamentary constituency no. 13) is composed of the following assembly segments:
- Nabadwip (assembly constituency no. 84)
- Santipur (assembly constituency no. 86)
- Ranaghat Uttar Paschim (assembly constituency no. 87)
- Krishnaganj (SC) (assembly constituency no. 88)
- Ranaghat Uttar Purba (SC) (assembly constituency no. 89)
- Ranaghat Dakshin (SC) (assembly constituency no. 90)
- Chakdaha (assembly constituency no. 91)
Members of Parliament
|2009||Sucharu Ranjan Haldar||All India Trinamool Congress|
|2019||Jagannath Sarkar||Bharatiya Janata Party|
For MPs from this area in previous years see Nabadwip (Lok Sabha constituency)
|CPI (M)||Rama Biswas||97,771||6.59||-22.13|
|BJP gain from AITC||Swing|
|Party||Seats won||Seat change||Vote percentage||Vote change %|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||18||16||40.00||23|
|Indian National Congress||2||2||6.29||4|
Source: Election Results 2019 Note: The vote share may change marginally once the final data is released by Election Commission.
General election 2014
|CPI (M)||Archana Biswas||3,88,684||28.72||-12.52|
|BJP||Dr. Suprabhat Biswas||2,33,670||17.27||+12.23|
|INC||Pratap Kanti Ray||92,218||6.81||N/A|
|Independent||Subhas Chandra Sarkar||8,658||0.63||N/A|
|RPI(A)||Nadiyar Chand Mondal||3,992||0.29||N/A|
|Nirjatita Samaj Biplabi Party||Chaitanya Barai||3,829||0.28||N/A|
|NOTA||None of the Above||14,626||1.08||N/A|
|Party||Seats won||Seat change||Vote percentage|
|Communist Party of India (Marxist)||2||7||22.7|
|Communist Party of India||0||2||2.3|
|Revolutionary Socialist Party||0||2||2.4|
|Indian National Congress||4||2||9.6|
|Bharatiya Janata Party||2||1||16.8|
|Socialist Unity Centre of India (Communist)||0||1||0.7|
General election 2009
|AITC||Sucharu Ranjan Haldar||575,058||50.12|
|CPI (M)||Basudeb Barman||473,235||41.24|
|BSP||Satish Chandra Biswas||19,347||1.68|
|Independent||Nadiar Chand Mondal||9,585||0.83|
|AITC win (new seat)|
- "Parliamentary Constituency Wise Turnout for General Elections 2014". West Bengal. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 17 June 2014.
- "Delimitation Commission Order No. 18" (PDF). Table B – Extent of Parliamentary Constituencies. Government of West Bengal. Retrieved 2009-05-27.
- "General Elections, 2009 - Constituency Wise Detailed Results" (PDF). West Bengal. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 25 May 2014.
- "General Elections 2014 - Constituency Wise Detailed Results" (PDF). West Bengal. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 21 June 2016.