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Die Liste der Abgeordneten der Lok Sabha (16. Wahlperiode) enthält die Abgeordneten der 16. Wahlperiode der Lok Sabha, des Unterhauses des indischen Parlamentes. Die 543 Abgeordneten wurden zwischen dem 7. April und 12. Mai 2014 bei der Parlamentswahl in Indien 2014 in Einzelwahlkreisen nach dem relativen Mehrheitswahlrecht gewählt. Bei Ausscheiden eines Abgeordneten wird der Parlamentssitz durch eine Nachwahl neu bestimmt.

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Die 543 Abgeordneten der Lok Sabha gehören 35 verschiedenen Parteien an. Dazu kommen drei unabhängige Abgeordnete. Die mit Abstand größte Partei ist die Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP), die mit 282 Sitzen über eine absolute Mehrheit verfügt.

Unter den Mitgliedern der Lok Sabha sind Frauen deutlich unterrepräsentiert: Nur 61 von 543 Abgeordneten (11 Prozent) sind weiblich. Gleichwohl ist der Frauenanteil der höchste in der Geschichte der Lok Sabha.[1] Nach der indischen Verfassung müssen die Angehörigen niederer Kasten (Scheduled Castes, SC) sowie der Stammesbevölkerung (Scheduled Tribes, ST) entsprechend ihrem Bevölkerungsanteil im Parlament vertreten sein. Daher sind 79 Parlamentssitze (15 Prozent) für SC und 41 Parlamentssitze (8 Prozent) für ST reserviert. Für Angehörige religiöser Minderheiten existieren dagegen keine derartigen Regelungen. Die größte Minderheit, die Muslime, die 13 Prozent der Bevölkerung ausmachen, ist in der Lok Sabha deutlich unterrepräsentiert. Mit nur 22 muslimischen Abgeordneten (4 Prozent) ist der Anteil der Muslime der geringste in der Geschichte der Lok Sabha.[2]

Zusammensetzung nach Parteien
Partei Kürzel Sitze
Bharatiya Janata Party BJP 282
Indischer Nationalkongress INC 44
All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam AIADMK 37
All India Trinamool Congress AITC 34
Biju Janata Dal BJD 20
Shiv Sena SHS 18
Telugu Desam Party TDP 16
Telangana Rashtra Samithi TRS 11
Communist Party of India (Marxist) CPI(M) 9
YSR Congress Party YSRCP 9
Lok Janshakti Party LJP 6
Nationalist Congress Party NCP 6
Samajwadi Party SP 5
Aam Aadmi Party AAP 4
Rashtriya Janata Dal RJD 4
Shiromani Akali Dal SAD 4
All India United Democratic Front AIUDF 3
Jammu and Kashmir People’s Democratic Party JKPDP 3
Rashtriya Lok Samta Party RLSP 3
Apna Dal AD 2
Indian Union Muslim League IUML 2
Janata Dal (Secular) JD(S) 2
Janata Dal (United) JD(U) 2
Indian National Lok Dal INLD 2
Jharkhand Mukti Morcha JMM 2
All India Majlis-e-Ittehadul Muslimeen AIMIM 1
All India N. R. Congress AINRC 1
Communist Party of India CPI 1
Kerala Congress (M) KEC(M) 1
Naga People’s Front NPF 1
National People’s Party NPP 1
Pattali Makkal Katchi PMK 1
Revolutionary Socialist Party RSP 1
Sikkim Democratic Front SDF 1
Swabhimani Paksha SWP 1
Unabhängige unabh. 3

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Shivaji Adhalrao Patil SHS Shirur Maharashtra
Deepak Adhikari AITC Ghatal Westbengalen
Dibyendu Adhikari AITC Tamluk Westbengalen Nachwahl am 19. November 2016.[3]
Sisir Adhikari AITC Kanthi Westbengalen
Suvendu Adhikari AITC Tamluk Westbengalen Am 28. Mai 2016 zurückgetreten.
Yogi Adityanath BJP Gorakhpur Uttar Pradesh
Anandrao Adsul SHS Amravati SC Maharashtra
L. K. Advani BJP Gandhinagar Gujarat
Rajendra Agarwal BJP Meerut Uttar Pradesh
E. Ahamed IUML Malappuram Kerala
Hansraj Ahir BJP Chandrapur Maharashtra
Santosh Ahlawat BJP Jhunjhunu Rajasthan
Surendrajeet Singh Ahluwalia BJP Darjeeling Westbengalen
Sultan Ahmed AITC Uluberia Westbengalen
Badruddin Ajmal AIUDF Dhubri Assam
Siraj Uddin Ajmal AIUDF Barpeta Assam
Idris Ali AITC Basirhat Westbengalen
Karadi Sanganna Amarappa BJP Koppal Karnataka
Suresh Channabasappa Angadi BJP Belgaum Karnataka
Anto Antony INC Pathanamthitta Kerala
Tariq Anwar NCP Katihar Bihar
A. Anwhaar Raajhaa AIADMK Ramanathapuram Tamil Nadu
A. Arunmozhithevan AIADMK Cuddalore Tamil Nadu
K. Ashok Kumar AIADMK Krishnagiri Tamil Nadu
Kirti Azad BJP Darbhanga Bihar
Kambhapati Hari Babu BJP Visakhapatnam Andhra Pradesh
Pandula Ravindra Babu TDP Amalapuram SC Andhra Pradesh
Babulal BJP Fatehpur Sikri Uttar Pradesh
Harsimrat Kaur Badal SAD Bathinda Punjab
Subhash Baheria BJP Bhilwara Rajasthan
Muzaffar Hussain Baig JKPDP Baramulla Jammu und Kashmir
Ramesh Bais BJP Raipur Chhattisgarh
Thangso Baite INC Outer Manipur ST Manipur
Subrata Bakshi AITC Kolkata Dakshin Westbengalen
Anju Bala BJP Misrikh SC Uttar Pradesh
Sanjeev Kumar Balyan BJP Muzaffarnagar Uttar Pradesh
Sudip Bandyopadhyay AITC Kolkata Uttar Westbengalen
Abhishek Banerjee AITC Diamond Harbour Westbengalen
Kalyan Banerjee AITC Srerampur Westbengalen
Prasun Banerjee AITC Howrah Westbengalen
Sharad Bansode BJP Solapur SC Maharashtra
Bijoy Chandra Barman AITC Jalpaiguri SC Westbengalen
Shrirang Barne SHS Maval Maharashtra
Jasvantsinh Sumanbhai Bhabhor BJP Dahod ST Gujarat
Bodsingh Bhagat BJP Balaghat Madhya Pradesh
Sudarshan Bhagat BJP Lohardaga ST Jharkhand
Subhash Bhamre BJP Dhule Maharashtra
R. K. Bharathi Mohan AIADMK Mayiladuthurai Tamil Nadu
Uma Bharati BJP Jhansi Uttar Pradesh
Kunwar Bhartendra BJP Bijnor Uttar Pradesh
Ranjanben Bhatt BJP Vadodara Gujarat Nachwahl am 13. September 2014.[4]
Udayanraje Bhonsale NCP Satara Maharashtra
Dileepsingh Bhuria BJP Ratlam ST Madhya Pradesh
Ramesh Bidhuri BJP South Delhi Delhi
P. K. Biju CPI(M) Alathur SC Kerala
Om Birla BJP Kota Rajasthan
Radheshyam Biswas AIUDF Karimganj SC Assam
Ravneet Singh Bittu INC Ludhiana Punjab
Ramcharan Bohara BJP Jaipur Rajasthan
Vinod Kumar Boinapally TRS Karimnagar Telangana
Sugata Bose AITC Jadavpur Westbengalen
Ranjit Singh Brahmpura SAD Khadoor Sahib Punjab
Bijoya Chakravarty BJP Guwahati Assam
Kunwar Pushpendra Singh Chandel BJP Hamirpur Uttar Pradesh
Ramesh Chander BJP Sonipat Haryana
Harish Chandra BJP Basti Uttar Pradesh
M. Chandrakasi AIADMK Chidambaram SC Tamil Nadu
B. N. Chandrappa INC Chitradurga SC Karnataka
Prem Singh Chandumajra SAD Anandpur Sahib Punjab
Udasi Shivakumar Channabasappa BJP Haveri Karnataka
Birendra Kumar Chaudhary BJP Jhanjharpur Bihar
Haribhai Parthibhai Chaudhary BJP Banaskantha Gujarat
Santokh Singh Chaudhary INC Jalandhar SC Punjab
Devusinh Jesingbhai Chauhan BJP Kheda Gujarat
Prabhatsinh Pratapsinh Chauhan BJP Panchmahal Gujarat
Dushyant Chautala INLD Hisar Haryana
Ashok Chavan INC Nanded Maharashtra
Harishchandra Chavan BJP Dindori ST Maharashtra
Vinod Lakhamashi Chavda BJP Kachchh SC Gujarat
Thupstan Chhewang BJP Ladakh Jammu und Kashmir
Chhotelal BJP Robertsganj SC Uttar Pradesh
Ashwini Kumar Choubey BJP Buxar Bihar
C. R. Choudhary BJP Nagaur Rajasthan
P. P. Choudhary BJP Pali Rajasthan
Ram Tahal Choudhary BJP Ranchi Jharkhand
Jitendra Choudhury CPI(M) Tripura East ST Tripura
Nandkumar Singh Chouhan BJP Khandwa Madhya Pradesh
Abu Hasem Khan Chowdhury INC Maldaha Dakshin Westbengalen
Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury INC Baharampur Westbengalen
Rajeshbhai Naranbhai Chudasama BJP Junagadh Gujarat
Raosaheb Danve BJP Jalna Maharashtra
Vikram Jardosh Darshana BJP Surat Gujarat
Sankar Prasad Datta CPI(M) Tripura West Tripura
Bandaru Dattatreya BJP Secunderabad Telangana
Pasunuri Dayakar TRS Warangal SC Telangana Nachwahl am 21. November 2015.[5]
Ramen Deka BJP Mangaldoi Assam
Ratna De AITC Hooghly Westbengalen
Sushmita Dev INC Silchar Assam
H. D. Deve Gowda JD(S) Hassan Karnataka
Rama Devi BJP Sheohar Bihar
Veena Devi LJP Munger Bihar
Dharambir BJP Bhiwani-Mahendragarh Haryana
Sanjay Dhotre BJP Akola Maharashtra
R. Dhruvanarayana INC Chamarajanagar SC Karnataka
Jyoti Dhurve BJP Betul ST Madhya Pradesh
Rajesh Kumar Diwaker BJP Hathras SC Uttar Pradesh
Ashok Kumar Doharey BJP Etawah SC Uttar Pradesh
Nishikant Dubey BJP Godda Jharkhand
Satish Chandra Dubey BJP Valmiki Nagar Bihar
V. Elumalai AIADMK Arani Tamil Nadu
Biren Singh Engti INC Autonomous District ST Assam
Ninong Ering INC Arunachal East ST Arunachal Pradesh
Devajibhai Govindbhai Fatepara BJP Surendranagar Gujarat
P. C. Gaddigoudar BJP Bagalkot Karnataka
Nitin Gadkari BJP Nagpur Maharashtra
Ravindra Gaikwad SHS Osmanabad Maharashtra
Sunil Gaikwad BJP Latur SC Maharashtra
Jayadev Galla TDP Guntur Andhra Pradesh
Dharam Vira Gandhi AAP Patiala Punjab
Dilipkumar Gandhi BJP Ahmadnagar Maharashtra
Feroze Varun Gandhi BJP Sultanpur Uttar Pradesh
Maneka Gandhi BJP Pilibhit Uttar Pradesh
Rahul Gandhi INC Amethi Uttar Pradesh
Sonia Gandhi INC Raebareli Uttar Pradesh
Santosh Kumar Gangwar BJP Bareilly Uttar Pradesh
Heena Gavit BJP Nandurbar ST Maharashtra
Bhavana Gawali SHS Yavatmal-Washim Maharashtra
Anant Geete SHS Raigad Maharashtra
Kothapalli Geetha YSRCP Araku ST Andhra Pradesh
Joice George Unabh. Idukki Kerala
Arpita Ghosh AITC Balurghat Westbengalen
Kakali Ghoshdostidar AITC Barasat Westbengalen
Sher Singh Ghubaya SAD Firozpur Punjab
Laxman Giluwa BJP Singhbhum ST Jharkhand
Maheish Girri BJP East Delhi Delhi
Hemant Godse SHS Nashik Maharashtra
Gaurav Gogoi INC Kaliabor Assam
Rajen Gohain BJP Nowgong Assam
K. Gopal AIADMK Nagapattinam SC Tamil Nadu
C. Gopalakrishnan AIADMK Nilgiris SC Tamil Nadu
R. Gopalakrishnan AIADMK Madurai Tamil Nadu
Godam Nagesh TRS Bhongir Telangana
D. V. Sadananda Gowda BJP Bangalore North Karnataka
Shyama Charan Gupta BJP Allahabad Uttar Pradesh
Sudhir Gupta BJP Mandsour Madhya Pradesh
Rama Chandra Hansdah BJD Mayurbhanj ST Odisha
Vijay Kumar Hansday JMM Rajmahal ST Jharkhand
Mohammad Asrarul Haque INC Kishanganj Bihar
G. Hari AIADMK Arakkonam Tamil Nadu
Anupam Hazra AITC Bolpur SC Westbengalen
Anantkumar Hegde BJP Uttara Kannada Karnataka
Jhina Hikaka BJD Koraput ST Odisha
Deepender Singh Hooda INC Rohtak Haryana
Prakash Babanna Hukkeri INC Chikkodi Karnataka
Innocent Unabh. Chalakudy Kerala
Prataprao Jadhav SHS Buldhana Maharashtra
Sanjay Jadhav SHS Parbhani Maharashtra
Sanjay Jaiswal BJP Paschim Champaran Bihar
Sanwar Lal Jat BJP Ajmer Rajasthan
Choudhury Mohan Jatua AITC Mathurapur SC Westbengalen
Sukhbir Singh Jaunapuria BJP Tonk-Sawai Madhopur Rajasthan
C. N. Jayadevan CPI Thrissur Kerala
J. Jayavardhan AIADMK Chennai South Tamil Nadu
Rabindra Kumar Jena BJD Balasore Odisha
J. Jeyasingh Thiyagaraj Natterjee AIADMK Thoothukudi Tamil Nadu
Ramesh Jigajinagi BJP Bijapur SC Karnataka
Chandra Prakash Joshi BJP Chittorgarh Rajasthan
Murli Manohar Joshi BJP Kanpur Uttar Pradesh
Pralhad Joshi BJP Dharwad Karnataka
Niranjan Jyoti BJP Fatehpur Uttar Pradesh
Naranbhai Bhikhabhai Kachhadia BJP Amreli Gujarat
Choudhary Mahboob Ali Kaiser LJP Khagaria Bihar
K. Kamaraj AIADMK Kallakurichi Tamil Nadu
Shobha Karandlaje BJP Udupi-Chikmagalur Karnataka
Tariq Hamed Karra JKPDP Srinagar Jammu und Kashmir
P. Karunakaran CPI(M) Kasaragod Kerala
Dinesh Kashyap BJP Bastar ST Chhattisgarh
Virender Kashyap BJP Shimla SC Himachal Pradesh
Rahul Kaswan BJP Churu Rajasthan
Rattan Lal Kataria BJP Ambala SC Haryana
Nalin Kumar Kateel BJP Dakshina Kannada Karnataka
Ram Shankar Katheria BJP Agra SC Uttar Pradesh
Kalvakuntla Kavitha TRS Nizamabad Telangana
Arka Keshari Deo BJD Kalahandi Odisha
Raksha Khadse BJP Raver Maharashtra
Chandrakant Khaire SHS Aurangabad Maharashtra
Harinder Singh Khalsa AAP Fatehgarh Sahib SC Punjab
Badaruddoza Khan CPI(M) Murshidabad Westbengalen
Saumitra Khan AITC Bishnupur SC Westbengalen
Bhuwan Chandra Khanduri BJP Garhwal Uttarakhand
Vinod Khanna BJP Gurdaspur Punjab
Mallikarjun Kharge INC Gulbarga SC Karnataka
Kirron Kher BJP Chandigarh Chandigarh
Bhagwanth Khuba BJP Bidar Karnataka
Rammohan Naidu Kinjarapu TDP Srikakulam Andhra Pradesh
Gajanan Kirtikar SHS Mumbai North West Maharashtra
Jugal Kishore BJP Jammu Jammu und Kashmir
Kaushal Kishore BJP Mohanlalganj SC Uttar Pradesh
Bhagat Singh Koshyari BJP Nainital-Uddhamsingh Nagar Uttarakhand
Faggan Singh Kulaste BJP Mandla Madhya Pradesh
Ajay Kumar BJP Kheri Uttar Pradesh
Ananth Kumar BJP Bangalore South Karnataka
Arun Kumar RLSP Jahanabad Bihar
Ashwini Kumar BJP Karnal Haryana
Dharmendra Kumar BJP Aonla Uttar Pradesh
Kaushlendra Kumar JD(U) Nalanda Bihar
Kunwer Sarvesh Kumar BJP Moradabad Uttar Pradesh
P. Kumar AIADMK Tiruchirappalli Tamil Nadu
Santosh Kumar JD(U) Purnia Bihar
Satish Kumar BJP Aligarh Uttar Pradesh
Shanta Kumar BJP Kangra Himachal Pradesh
Virendra Kumar BJP Tikamgarh SC Madhya Pradesh
Mohanbhai Kalyanjibhai Kundariya BJP Rajkot Gujarat
Ravinda Kushawaha BJP Salempur Uttar Pradesh
Upendra Kushwaha RLSP Karakat Bihar
Sakuntala Laguri BJD Keonjhar ST Odisha
Raghav Lakhanpal BJP Saharanpur Uttar Pradesh
Meenakashi Lekhi BJP Neu-Delhi Delhi
Sadashiv Lokhande SHS Shirdi SC Maharashtra
Poonamben Hematbhai Maadam BJP Jamnagar Gujarat
Murali Mohan Maganti TDP Rajahmundry Andhra Pradesh
Dhananjay Mahadik NCP Kolhapur Maharashtra
Poonam Mahajan BJP Mumbai North Central Maharashtra
Sakshi Maharaj BJP Unnao Uttar Pradesh
Sumitra Mahajan BJP Indore Madhya Pradesh
Brartruhari Mahatab BJD Cuttack Odisha
Bidyut Baran Mahato BJP Jamshedpur Jharkhand
Mriganka Mahato AITC Purulia Westbengalen
C. Mahendran AIADMK Pollachi Tamil Nadu
Banshilal Mahto BJP Korba Chhattisgarh
Balbhadra Majhi BJD Nabarangpur ST Odisha
Hema Malini BJP Mathura Uttar Pradesh
Chintamani Malviya BJP Ujjain SC Madhya Pradesh
Sreeram Malyadri TDP Bapatla SC Andhra Pradesh
Shailesh Kumar Urph Bulo Mandal RJD Bhagalpur Bihar
Tapas Mandal AITC Ranaghat SC Westbengalen
Jose K. Mani KEC(M) Kottayam Kerala
Hari Manjhi BJP Gaya SC Bihar
Bhagwant Mann AAP Sangrur Punjab
Kamalbhan Singh Marabi BJP Surguja ST Chhattisgarh
K. Maragatham AIADMK Kanchipuram SC Tamil Nadu
R. P. Marutharajaa AIADMK Perambalur Tamil Nadu
Keshav Prasad Maurya BJP Phulpur Uttar Pradesh
Arjunlal Meena BJP Udaipur ST Rajasthan
Harish Chandra Meena BJP Dausa ST Rajasthan
Arjun Ram Meghwal BJP Bikaner SC Rajasthan
Thokchom Meinya INC Inner Manipur Manipur
Anoop Mishra BJP Morena Madhya Pradesh
Bhairon Prasad Mishra BJP Banda Uttar Pradesh
Daddan Mishra BJP Shrawasti Uttar Pradesh
Janardan Mishra BJP Rewa Madhya Pradesh
Kalraj Mishra BJP Deoria Uttar Pradesh
Pinaki Misra BJD Puri Odisha
Narendra Modi BJP Vadodara Gujarat Trat den Sitz nicht an, da er zugleich auch im Wahlkreis Varanasi gewählt worden war.[6]
Narendra Modi BJP Varanasi Uttar Pradesh
M. Veerappa Moily INC Chikballapur Karnataka
E. T. Mohammed Basheer IUML Ponnani Kerala
P. P. Mohammed Faizal NCP Lakshadweep ST Lakshadweep
P. C. Mohan BJP Bangalore Central Karnataka
Sidhant Mohapatra BJD Berhampur Odisha
Vijaysinh Mohite Patil NCP Madha Maharashtra
Pratima Mondal AITC Joynagar SC Westbengalen
Sunil Kumar Mondal AITC Bardhaman Purba SC Westbengalen
S. P. Muddahanumegowda INC Tumkur Karnataka
Mehbooba Mufti JKPDP Anantnag Jammu und Kashmir
Abhijit Mukherjee INC Jangipur Westbengalen
Kharia Munda BJP Khunti ST Jharkhand
Gopinath Munde BJP Beed Maharashtra Am 3. Juni 2014 verstorben.[7]
Pritam Munde BJP Beed Maharashtra Nachwahl am 15. Oktober 2014.[8]
K. H. Muniyappa INC Kolar SC Karnataka
Rodmal Nagar BJP Rajgarh Madhya Pradesh
P. Nagarajan AIADMK Coimbatore Tamil Nadu
Godam Nagesh TRS Adilabad ST Telangana
Azmeera Seetaram Naik TRS Mahbubabad ST Telangana
Shripad Yesso Naik BJP North Goa Goa
Yellaiah Nandi INC Nagarkurnool SC Telangana
Thota Narasimham TDP Kakinada Andhra Pradesh
Chand Nath BJP Alwar Rajasthan
Kamal Nath INC Chhindwara Madhya Pradesh
B. V. Nayak INC Raichur ST Karnataka
Ashok Nete BJP Gadchiroli-Chimur ST Maharashtra
Nihalchand BJP Ganganagar SC Rajasthan
Ajay Nishad BJP Muzaffarpur Bihar
Ram Charitra Nishad BJP Machhlishahr SC Uttar Pradesh
Kristappa Nimmala TDP Hindupur Andhra Pradesh
Manshankar Ninama BJP Banswara ST Rajasthan
Mausam Noor INC Maldaha Uttar Westbengalen
Jual Oram BJP Sundargarh ST Odisha
Asaduddin Owaisi AIMIM Hyderabad Telangana
Jagdambika Pal BJP Domariyaganj Uttar Pradesh
Krishan Pal BJP Faridabad Haryana
Vincent H. Pala INC Shillong ST Meghalaya
Baijayant Panda BJD Kendrapara Odisha
Hari Om Pandey BJP Ambedkar Nagar Uttar Pradesh
Mahendra Nath Pandey BJP Chandauli Uttar Pradesh
Rajesh Pandey BJP Kushinagar Uttar Pradesh
Ravindra Kumar Pandey BJP Giridih Jharkhand
Pankaj BJP Maharajganj Uttar Pradesh
V. Pannerselvam AIADMK Salem Tamil Nadu
Dalpat Singh Paraste BJP Shahdol ST Madhya Pradesh Am 1. Juni 2016 verstorben.[9]
K. Parasuraman AIADMK Thanjavur Tamil Nadu
R. Parthipan AIADMK Theni Tamil Nadu
Chhedi Paswan BJP Sasaram SC Bihar
Chirag Kumar Paswan LJP Jamui SC Bihar
Kamlesh Paswan BJP Bansgaon SC Uttar Pradesh
Ram Chandra Paswan LJP Samastipur SC Bihar
Ram Vilas Paswan LJP Hajipur SC Bihar
Prasanna Kumar Patasani BJD Bhubaneswar Odisha
Anupriya Singh Patel AD Mirzapur Uttar Pradesh
Devji Patel BJP Jalore Rajasthan
Dilip Patel BJP Anand Gujarat
Jayshreeben Kanubhai Patel BJP Mahesana Gujarat
K. C. Patel BJP Valsad ST Gujarat
Lalubhai Babubhai Patel BJP Daman und Diu Daman und Diu
Natubhai Gomanbhai Patel BJP Dadra und Nagar Haveli ST Dadra und Nagar Haveli
Prahalad Singh Patel BJP Damoh Madhya Pradesh
Subhash Patel BJP Khargone ST Madhya Pradesh
Riti Pathak BJP Sidhi Madhya Pradesh
A. T. Patil BJP Jalgaon Maharashtra
B. B. Patil TRS Zahirabad Telangana
C. R. Patil BJP Navsari Gujarat
Kapil Patil BJP Bhiwandi Maharashtra
Sanjaykaka Patil BJP Sangli Maharashtra
Kamla Patle BJP Janjgir-Champa SC Chhattisgarh
Nanabhau Patole BJP Bhandara-Gondiya Maharashtra
Tapas Paul AITC Krishnanagar Westbengalen
Savitri Bai Phule BJP Bahraich SC Uttar Pradesh
Aparupa Poddar AITC Arambagh SC Westbengalen
Ramesh Pokhriyal BJP Haridwar Uttarakhand
K. R. P. Prabakaran AIADMK Tirunelveli Tamil Nadu
Nagendra Kumar Pradhan BJD Sambalpur Odisha
Bhagirath Prasad BJP Bhind SC Madhya Pradesh
Krishna Pratap BJP Jaunpur Uttar Pradesh
N. K. Premachandran RSP Kollam Kerala
Ashok Gajapathi Raju Pusapati TDP Vizianagaram Andhra Pradesh
C. S. Puttaraju JD(S) Mandya Karnataka
Vithalbhai Hansrajbhai Radadiya BJP Porbandar Gujarat
Pon. Radhakrishnan BJP Kanyakumari Tamil Nadu
R. Radhakrishnan AINRC Puducherry Puducherry
T. Radhakrishnan AIADMK Virudhunagar Tamil Nadu
M. K. Raghavan INC Kozhikode Kerala
Nityanand Rai BJP Ujiarpur Bihar
Prem Das Rai SDF Sikkim Sikkim
Krihna Raj BJP Shahjahanpur SC Uttar Pradesh
Udit Raj BJP North West Delhi SC Delhi
Harinarayan Rajbhar BJP Ghosi Uttar Pradesh
S. Rajendran AIADMK Viluppuram SC Tamil Nadu
M. B. Rajesh CPI(M) Palakkad Kerala
Pratyusha Rajeswari BJD Kandhamal Odisha Nachwahl am 15. Oktober 2014.[10]
Manoj Rajoria BJP Karauli-Dholpur SC Rajasthan
Mukesh Rajput BJP Farrukhabad Uttar Pradesh
Gokaraju Ganga Raju BJP Narsapuram Andhra Pradesh
Janak Ram BJP Gopalganj SC Bihar
Sona Ram BJP Barmer Rajasthan
Vishnu Dayal Ram BJP Palamau SC Jharkhand
K. N. Ramachandran AIADMK Sriperumbudur Tamil Nadu
Mullappally Ramachandran INC Vadakara Kerala
Anbumani Ramadoss PMK Dharmapuri Tamil Nadu
Rajesh Ranjan RJD Madhepura Bihar
Ranjeet Ranjan INC Supaul Bihar
Inderjit Singh Rao BJP Gurgaon Haryana
K. Chandrashekar Rao TRS Medak Telangana Am 26. Mai 2014 zurückgetreten.[11]
Konakalla Narayana Rao TDP Machilipatnam Andhra Pradesh
Maganti Venkateshwara Rao TDP Eluru Andhra Pradesh
Muttamsetti Srinivasa Rao TDP Anakapalli Andhra Pradesh
Dipsinh Shankarsinh Rathod BJP Sabarkantha Gujarat
Hariom Singh Rathore BJP Rajsamand Rajasthan
Rajyavardhan Singh Rathore BJP Jaipur Rural Rajasthan
Ramsinh Rathwa BJP Chhota Udaipur ST Gujarat
Vinayak Raut SHS Ratnagiri-Sindhudurg Maharashtra
Paresh Rawal BJP Ahmedabad East Gujarat
Priyanka Singh Rawat BJP Barabanki SC Uttar Pradesh
Bishnu Pada Ray BJP Andamanen und Nikobaren Andamanen und Nikobaren
Ravindra Kumar Ray BJP Kodarma Jharkhand
Sambasiva Rao Rayapati TDP Narasaraopet Andhra Pradesh
J. C. Divakar Reddi TDP Anantapur Andhra Pradesh
A. P. Jithender Reddy TRS Mahbubnagar Telangana
Ch. Malla Reddy TDP Malkajgiri Telangana
Gutha Sukhender Reddy INC Nalgonda Telangana
K. Prabhakar Reddy TRS Medak Telangana Nachwahl am 13. September 2014.[12]
Konda Vishweshwar Reddy TRS Chevella Telangana
Mekapati Rajamohan Reddy YSRCP Nellore Andhra Pradesh
Ponguleti Srinivasa Reddy YSRCP Khammam Telangana
P. V. Midhun Reddy YSRCP Rajampet Andhra Pradesh
S. P. Y. Reddy YSRCP Nandyal Andhra Pradesh
Y. S. Avinash Reddy YSRCP Kadapa Andhra Pradesh
Y. V. Subba Reddy YSRCP Ongole Andhra Pradesh
Rekhra BJP Dhaurahra Uttar Pradesh
Butta Renuka YSRCP Kurnool Andhra Pradesh
Kiren Rijiju BJP Arunachal West ST Arunachal Pradesh
Neiphiu Rio NPF Nagaland ST Nagaland Am 22. Februar 2018 zurückgetreten.[13] Nachwahl am 9. August 2018: Tokheho Yepthomi (NDPP).[14]
Charanjeet Singh Rori INLD Sirsa SC Haryana
Parthapratim Roy AITC Cooch Behar Westbengalen Nachwahl am 19. November 2016.[15]
Sandhya Roy AITC Medinipur Westbengalen
Satabdi Roy AITC Birbhum Westbengalen
Saugata Roy AITC Dum Dum Westbengalen
C. L. Ruala INC Mizoram ST Mizoram
Rajiv Pratap Rudy BJP Saran Bihar
Chandu Lal Sahu BJP Mahasamund Chhattisgarh
Lakhan Lal Sahu BJP Bilaspur Chhattisgarh
Tamradhwaj Sahu INC Durg Chhattisgarh
Vishnu Deo Sai BJP Raigarh ST Chhattisgarh
Raj Kumar Saini BJP Kurukshetra Haryana
Mohammed Salim CPI(M) Raiganj Westbengalen
Kulamani Samal BJD Jagatsinghpur SC Odisha
A. Sapath CPI(M) Attingal Kerala
Vijay Sampla BJP Hoshiarpur SC Punjab
Mamtaz Sanghamita AITC Burdwan-Durgapur Westbengalen
P. A. Sangma NPP Tura ST Meghalaya Am 4. März 2016 verstorben.[16] Nachwahl am 19. Mai 2016: Conrad Sangma (NPP).[17]
Alok Sanjar BJP Bhopal Madhya Pradesh
Naba Kumar Sarania Unabh. Kokrajhar ST Assam
Sumedhanand Saraswati BJP Sikar Rajasthan
Uma Saren AITC Jhargram ST Westbengalen
Ram Prasad Sarmah BJP Tezpur Assam
Rajeev Satav INC Hingoli Maharashtra
V. Sathyabama AIADMK Tiruppur Tamil Nadu
Tathagata Satpathy BJD Dhenkanal Odisha
Narendra Keshav Sawaikar BJP South Goa Goa
Arvind Sawant SHS Mumbai South Maharashtra
Jyotiraditya M. Scindia INC Guna Madhya Pradesh
S. Selvakumara Chinnayan AIADMK Erode Tamil Nadu
Moon Moon Sen AITC Bankura Westbengalen
B. Senguttuvan AIADMK Vellore Tamil Nadu
P. R. Senthilnathan AIADMK Sivaganga Tamil Nadu
Arjun Charan Sethi BJD Bhadrak SC Odisha
Mala Rajya Laxmi Shah BJP Tehri Garhwal Uttarakhand
M. I. Shanavas INC Wayanad Kerala
Mahesh Sharma BJP Gautam Buddha Nagar Uttar Pradesh
Ram Kumar Sharma RLSP Sitamarhi Bihar
Ram Swaroop Sharma BJP Mandi Himachal Pradesh
Gajendrasingh Shekhawat BJP Jodhpur Rajasthan
Gopal Shetty BJP Mumbai North Maharashtra
Raju Shetty SWP Hatkanangle Maharashtra
Rahul Shewale SHS Mumbai South Central Maharashtra
Shrikant Shinde SHS Kalyan Maharashtra
Anil Shirole BJP Pune Maharashtra
Bharatiben Dhirubhai Shiyal BJP Bhavnagar Gujarat
G. M. Siddeswara BJP Davanagere Karnataka
Janardhan Singh Sigriwal BJP Maharajganj Bihar
Pratap Simha BJP Mysore Karnataka
Abhishek Singh BJP Rajnandgaon Chhattisgarh
Amarinder Singh INC Amritsar Punjab
Bahadur Singh BJP Bharatpur SC Rajasthan
Bharat Singh BJP Ballia Uttar Pradesh
Bhola Singh BJP Begusarai Bihar
Bhola Singh BJP Bulandshahr SC Uttar Pradesh
Brij Bhusan Sharan Singh BJP Kaiserganj Uttar Pradesh
Devendra Singh BJP Akbarpur Uttar Pradesh
Dushyant Singh BJP Jhalawar-Baran Rajasthan
Ganesh Singh BJP Satna Madhya Pradesh
Giriraj Singh BJP Nawada Bihar
Gyan Singh BJP Shahdol ST Madhya Pradesh Nachwahl am 19. November 2016.[18]
Hemendra Chandra Singh BJD Kandhamal Odisha Am 4. September 2014 verstorben.[19]
Hukum Singh BJP Kairana Uttar Pradesh
Jitendra Singh BJP Udhampur Jammu und Kashmir
Kirti Vardhan Singh BJP Gonda Uttar Pradesh
Kuwar Harivansh Singh AD Pratapgarh Uttar Pradesh
Lallu Singh BJP Faizabad Uttar Pradesh
Nagendra Singh BJP Khajuraho Madhya Pradesh
Nepal Singh BJP Rampur Uttar Pradesh
Pashupati Nath Singh BJP Dhanbad Jharkhand
Prabhas Kumar Singh BJD Bargarh Odisha
Radha Mohan Singh BJP Purvi Champaran Bihar
Raj Kumar Singh BJP Arrah Bihar
Raj Nath Singh BJP Lucknow Uttar Pradesh
Rajveer Singh BJP Etah Uttar Pradesh
Rakesh Singh BJP Jabalpur Madhya Pradesh
Rama Kishore Singh LJP Vaishali Bihar
Sadhu Singh AAP Faridkot SC Punjab
Satya Pal Singh BJP Baghpat Uttar Pradesh
Satyapal Singh BJP Sambhal Uttar Pradesh
Sunil Kumar Singh BJP Chatra Jharkhand
Sushil Kumar Singh BJP Aurangabad Bihar
Uday Pratap Singh BJP Hoshangabad Madhya Pradesh
Vijay Kumar Singh BJP Ghaziabad Uttar Pradesh
Virendra Singh BJP Bhadohi Uttar Pradesh
Yashwant Singh BJP Nagina SC Uttar Pradesh
Kalikesh Narayan Singh Deo BJD Bolangir Odisha
Jayant Sinha BJP Hazaribagh Jharkhand
Manoj Sinha BJP Ghazipur Uttar Pradesh
Renuka Sinha AITC Cooch Behar SC Westbengalen Am 18. August 2016 verstorben.[20]
Shatrughan Sinha BJP Patna Sahib Bihar
Naramalli Sivaprasad TDP Chittoor SC Andhra Pradesh
Kirit P. Solanki BJP Ahmedabad West SC Gujarat
Kirit Somaiya BJP Mumbai North East Maharashtra
Neelam Sonkar BJP Lalganj SC Uttar Pradesh
Vinod Kumar Sonkar BJP Kaushambi SC Uttar Pradesh
Sarbananda Sonowal BJP Lakhimpur ST Assam
Shibu Soren JMM Dumka ST Jharkhand
P. K. Sreemathi Teacher CPI(M) Kannur Kerala
Kadiyam Srihari TRS Warangal SC Telangana Am 11. Juni 2015 zurückgetreten.[21]
Kesineni Srinivas TDP Vijayawada Andhra Pradesh
B. Sriramulu BJP Bellary ST Karnataka
Supriya Sule NCP Baramati Maharashtra
Balka Suman TRS Peddapalle SC Telangana
P. R. Sundaram AIADMK Namakkal Tamil Nadu
Babul Supriyo BJP Asansol Westbengalen
D. K. Suresh INC Bangalore Rural Karnataka
Kodikunnil Suresh INC Mavelikkara SC Kerala
Lalu Kishore Swain BJD Aska Odisha
Sushma Swaraj BJP Vidisha Madhya Pradesh
Ramdas Tadas BJP Wardha Maharashtra
Ajay Tamta BJP Almora SC Uttarakhand
Kumar Singh Tanwar BJP Amroha Uttar Pradesh
Rita Tarai BJD Jajpur SC Odisha
Kamakhya Prasad Tasa BJP Jorhat Assam
Rameswar Teli BJP Dibrugarh Assam
Anurag Singh Thakur BJP Hamirpur Himachal Pradesh
Kapil Krishna Thakur AITC Bangaon SC Westbengalen Am 13. Oktober 2014 verstorben.[22]
Mamatabala Thakur AITC Bangaon SC Westbengalen Nachwahl am 13. Februar 2015.[23]
Savitri Thakur BJP Dhar ST Madhya Pradesh
M. Thambidurai AIADMK Karur Tamil Nadu
Shashi Tharoor INC Thiruvananthapuram Kerala
K. V. Thomas INC Ernakulam Kerala
Dasrath Tikrey AITC Alipurduars ST Westbengalen
Manoj Tiwari BJP North East Delhi Delhi
Narendra Singh Tomar BJP Gwalior Madhya Pradesh
Sharad Tripathi BJP Sant Kabir Nagar Uttar Pradesh
Dinesh Trivedi AITC Barrackpore Westbengalen
Krupal Tumane SHS Ramtek SC Maharashtra
Tasleem Uddin RJD Araria Bihar
M. Udhaya Kumar AIADMK Dindigul Tamil Nadu
Manohar Untwal BJP Dewas SC Madhya Pradesh
Vikram Dev Usendi BJP Kanker ST Chhattisgarh
Liladhar Vaghela BJP Patan Gujarat
R. Vanaroja AIADMK Tiruvannamalai Tamil Nadu
Harsh Vardhan BJP Chandni Chowk Delhi
M. Vasanthi AIADMK Tenkasi SC Tamil Nadu
Mansukhbhai Dhanjibhai Vasava BJP Bharuch ST Gujarat
Parbhubhai Nagarbhai Vasava BJP Bardoli ST Gujarat
Varaprasad Rao Velagapalli YSRCP Tirupati SC Andhra Pradesh
T. G. Venkatesh Babu AIADMK Chennai North Tamil Nadu
K. C. Venugopal INC Alappuzha Kerala
P. Venugopal AIADMK Tiruvallur SC Tamil Nadu
Anshul Verma BJP Hardoi SC Uttar Pradesh
Bhanu Pratap Singh Verma BJP Jalaun SC Uttar Pradesh
Parvesh Verma BJP West Delhi Delhi
Rajesh Verma BJP Sitapur Uttar Pradesh
Rajan Vichare SHS Thane Maharashtra
S. R. Vijayakumar AIADMK Chennai Central Tamil Nadu
Chintaman Wanga BJP Palghar ST Maharashtra
Dharmendra Akshay SP Firozabad Uttar Pradesh
Dharmendra Yadav SP Badaun Uttar Pradesh
Dimple Yadav SP Kannauj Uttar Pradesh
Hukm Deo Narayan Yadav BJP Madhubani Bihar
Jai Prakash Narayan Yadav RJD Banka Bihar
Laxmi Narayan Yadav BJP Sagar Madhya Pradesh
Mulayam Singh Yadav SP Azamgarh Uttar Pradesh
Mulayam Singh Yadav SP Mainpuri Uttar Pradesh Trat den Sitz nicht an, da er zugleich auch im Wahlkreis Azamgarh gewählt worden war.[6]
Om Prakash Yadav BJP Siwan Bihar
Ram Kripal Yadav BJP Pataliputra Bihar
Tej Pratap Singh Yadav SP Mainpuri Uttar Pradesh Nachwahl am 13. September 2014.[24]
B. S. Yeddyurappa BJP Shimoga Karnataka

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  1. The Times of India, 17. Mai 2014: "61 women in this Lok Sabha, highest ever".
  2. Deccan Chronicle, 17. Mai 2014: "Lowest-ever Muslim representation in Lok Sabha, under Modi-sarkar".
  3. Livemint, 22. November 2016: "West Bengal by-election: TMC retains two Lok Sabha, one assembly seats".
  4. The Economic Times, 16. September 2014: "Gujarat bypolls: BJP wins Vadodara Lok Sabha seat by over 3.29 lakh votes".
  5. The Indian Express, 25. November 2015: "Telangana: TRS retains Warangal Lok Sabha seat".
  6. a b The Times of India, 29. Mai 2014: "PM Narendra Modi retains Varanasi Lok Sabha seat, quits Vadodara".
  7. The Hindu, 3. Juni 2014: "Gopinath Munde dies in road accident".
  8. The Times of India, 19. Oktober 2014: "Munde’s daughter Pritam wins Beed Lok Sabha bypoll by record margin".
  9. india.com, 1. Juni 2016: "Dalpat Singh Paraste, BJP MP from Shahdol, dies due to brain haemorrhage".
  10. The Economic Times, 19. Oktober 2014: "BJD candidate Pratyusha Rajeswari wins Odisha Lok Sabha bypoll".
  11. The Hindu, 26. Mai 2014: "Telangana CM designate KCR resigns from Lok Sabha".
  12. Times of India, 16. September 2014: "TRS retains Medak Lok Sabha seat".
  13. Sixteenth Lok Sabha: Members Bioprofile: Rio, Shri Neiphiu. Webseite der Lok Sabha, abgerufen am 8. Juni 2019 (englisch).
  14. Bye Election Results. Indische Wahlkommission, abgerufen am 8. Juni 2019 (englisch).
  15. Livemint, 22. November 2016: "West Bengal by-election: TMC retains two Lok Sabha, one assembly seats".
  16. Former Lok Sabha Speaker PA Sangma Passes Away at 68
  17. Conrad Sangma wins Tura LS bypoll by nearly 2 lakh votes. The Business Times, 19. Mai 2016, abgerufen am 17. März 2018 (englisch).
  18. NDTV, 22. November 2016: "BJP Retains Shahdol Lok Sabha Seat in By-Poll".
  19. The Indian Express, 5. September 2014: "BJD MP Hemendra Chandra Singh dies, four days after suffering heart attack".
  20. Business Standard, 18. August 2016: "Lok Sabha MP Renuka Sinha dies, Mamata grieves".
  21. The Economic Times, 11. Juni 2015: "Telangana Deputy CM Kadiyam Srihari resigns as Lok Sabha MP from Warangal".
  22. The Economic Times, 13. Oktober 2014: "TMC MP Kapil Krishna Thakur from Bongaon passes away".
  23. The Economic Times, 16. Februar 2015: "Trinamool Congress wins both bypolls in West Bengal".
  24. The Indian Express, 16. September 2014: "SP continues its hold over Mainpuri,wins bypoll by huge margin".

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