Beed Lok Sabha Constituency is one of the 48 Lok Sabha parliamentary constituencies of the state of Maharashtra. Beed Parliamentary constituency is numbered 39 in the state. It was formed in the year 1951 and was originally a part of the state of Hyderabad until the creation of Maharashtra in 1960.
Beed registered 76.61 per cent voter turnout in Lok Sabha Election 2019, a gain of 0.55 per cent from 2014. The total number of electors in the constituency is 1808391 while 1385387 came out to exercise their franchise. While in 2014, the constituency registered 76.06 per cent voter turnout. The total number of electors in the constituency was 1657970 while 1261087 voted.
Pritam Gopinathrao Munde of Bharatiya Janata Party, Bajarang Manohar Sonwane of Nationalist Congress Party and Sayed Mujammil Sayed Jamil of Samajwadi Party are a few candidates who contested for general elections 2019 from Beed Lok Sabha Constituency of Maharashtra.
It is divided into 6 assembly segments. Voting here for the 2019 Lok Sabha election took place on April 18 in the second phase of 2019 Lok Sabha election. The results would be declared on May 23.
|SL. NO.||Candidate Name||Party Name|
|1||Pritam Gopinathrao Munde||Bharatiya Janata Party|
|2||Bajarang Manohar Sonwane||Nationalist Congress Party|
|3||Ashok Bhagoji Thorat||Hum Bhartiya Party|
|4||Kalyan Bhanudas Gurav||Bharatiya Praja Surajya Paksha|
|5||Ganesh Navnathrao Karande||Maharashtra Kranti Sena|
|6||Ramesh Ramkisan Gavhane||Dalit Soshit Pichhara Varg Adhikar Dal|
|7||Vishnu Jadhav||Vanchit Bahujan Aaghadi|
|8||Shinde Chandraprakash Ganpatrao||Ambedkarite Party of India|
|9||Sayed Mujammil Sayed Jamil||Samajwadi Party|
|10||Ashok Bhagoji Thorat||Independent|
|11||Anwar Khan Mirza Khan||Independent|
|12||Kalidas Pandharinath Aapet||Independent|
|13||Kolekar Ganesh Bhausaheb||Independent|
|14||Khan Majhar Habib||Independent|
|15||Salim Fatu Sayyad||Independent|
|16||Galebkhan Jabbarkhan Pathan||Independent|
|17||Chavan Sampat Ramsing||Independent|
|18||Jagtap Nilesh Murlidhar||Independent|
|19||Jamir Bashir Shaikh||Independent|
|20||Juber Munshi Kureshi||Independent|
|21||Tukaram Vyankati Chate||Independent|
|23||Pathan Musakhan Yunuskhan||Independent|
|24||Pathan Sarfarzkhan Mahetabkhan||Independent|
|25||Patil Yashashri Pramod||Independent|
|26||Pandit Damodhar Khande||Independent|
|27||Bajrang Digambar Sonwane||Independent|
|28||Mujeeb Naimoddin Inamdar||Independent|
|29||Rajeshkumar Annasaheb Bhadgale||Independent|
|30||Pathan Sarafraj Babakha||Independent|
|31||Vijay Rangnath Salve||Independent|
|32||Veer Shesherao Chokhoba||Independent|
|33||Adv. Sharad Bahinaji Kamble||Independent|
|34||Sajan Raees Chaodhri||Independent|
|35||Shivaji Naraynrao Kawathekar||Independent|
|36||Shaikh Yashed Shaikh Tayyab||Independent|
|37||Shaikh Sadek Shaikh Ibrahim||Independent|
|39||Rajendra Achyutrao Hoke||Independent|
|40||Ganesh Navnathrao Karande||Independent|
|41||Sarika Bajrang Sonwane||Independent|
In the 2014 Lok Sabha election, BJP stalwart Gopinathrao Pandurang Munde had become the MP from the Beed constituency for the second consecutive term. But, on 3 June 2014, Munde passed away in a road accident in New Delhi.
Gopinathrao Munde had bagged 635,995 votes and decimated Dhas Suresh Ramchandra of the NCP who bagged 499,541 votes in the 2014 polls.
His daughter, Pritam Gopinath Munde, was elected as the Member of Parliament (MP) from the Beed Lok Sabh seat in the by-election held after senior's Munde's death.