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Political History of Akola

Akola

Akola Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 48 Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituencies in Maharashtra state in central India.

Vidhan Sabha Segments

Akola Lok Sabha constituency comprises six Vidhan Sabha (legislative assembly) segments. These segments (with their constituency numbers and reservation status). Akola is part of the Akola Lok Sabha constituency along with five other Vidhan Sabha segments, namely Akot, Akola East, Balapur and Murtizapur in this district and Risod in adjoining Washim district 

Sanjay Kapadnisl Commissioner Sanjay Kapdanis on June 20 called on District Collector Rubel Agarwal and Superintendent of Police Dr. A confidential letter was given to Jalindar Supekar in a sealed envelope.

Sanjay Kapadnis

Vidhan Sabha Segments​

Members of Lok Sabha​​

Lok Sabha

Gopalrao Bajirao Khedkar, Indian National Congress
Laxman Shrawan Bhatkar, Indian National Congress (as Buldana Akola ( Constituency no 23 of then Madhya Pradesh – electing two seats ) )

Gopalrao Bajirao Khedkar, Indian National Congress
Laxman Shrawan Bhatkar, Indian National Congress (as Buldana Akola ( Constituency no 45 of then Bombay State – electing two seats ) )

T S Patil, Indian National Congress (Bye-elections due to resignation of Gopalrao Bajirao Khedkar)

Mohammad Mohibbul Haq, Indian National Congress (as Akola ( Constituency no 29 of Maharashtra State ) )

K.M. Asghar Husain, Indian National Congress (as Akola ( Constituency no 18 of Maharashtra State ) )
K.M. Asghar Husain, Indian National Congress (as Akola ( Constituency no 18 of Maharashtra State ) )

Vasant Purushottam Sathe, Indian National Congress (bye-elections due to death of K M A Husain)

Vasant Sathe, Indian National Congress (as Akola( Constituency no 19 of Maharashtra State ) )

Vairale Madhusudan, Indian National Congress

Vairale Madhusudan, 

Party :- Indian National Congress

1989: Fundkar
Pandurang 1991:Fundkar
Pandurang 1996Fundkar, Pandurang

party :- Bharatiya Janata Party

1998:Prakash Ambedkar, Republican Party of India
1999:Prakash Ambedkar, Bharipa Bahujan Mahasabha

 Sanjay Dhotre, Bharatiya Janata Party (as Akola( Constituency no 19 of Maharashtra State ) )
2009: Sanjay Dhotre, Bharatiya Janata Party (as Akola ( Constituency no 6 of Maharashtra State ) )
2014: Sanjay Dhotre, Bharatiya Janata Party
2019: Sanjay Dhotre, Bharatiya Janata Party