What are the Various Election Constituencies in Mumbai?

The City of Greater Mumbai is divided into two districts which are Mumbai City and Mumbai Suburbs. Each section is divided into Lok Sabha (Parliamentary) Constituencies and Vidhan Sabha (Assembly) Constituencies. The Lok Sabha is the ‘House of People’ and is the lower house of the Indian Parliament.

It consists of Members of Parliament or MPs who form the Parliament in Delhi, the national capital. The Vidhan Sabha consists of Members of the Legislative Assembly or MLAs who form the Legislative Assembly in the StateCapital. The members of both types of constituencies are elected by direct public vote for a term of five years.

Each Vidhan Sabha Constituency has a serial number and covers a certain area.

In the District of Mumbai City, there are 2 Lok Sabha Constituencies which are: Mumbai – South and Mumbai – South Central

Mumbai – South comprises of 6 Vidhan Sabha Constituencies. The following are the names of the Constituencies and the areas they cover:

  • 182 – Worli
    • Worli
    • Mahalakshmi
    • Lower Parel

 

  • 183 – Shivadi
    • Chinchpokli (E)
    • Currey Road
    • Cotton Green
    • Sewri
    • Elphinstone Road
    • Parel (South)

 

  • 184 – Byculla
    • Chinchpokli
    • Mumbai Central
    • Nagpada
    • Reay Road
    • Dockyard Road
    • Mazgaon
    • Byculla

 

  • 185 – Malabar Hill
    • Charni road
    • Grant road (W)
    • Walkeshwar
    • Malabar Hill
    • Gamdevi
    • Breach Candy
    • Tardeo
    • Khetwadi
    • Opera House

 

  • 186 – Mumbadevi
    • Grant road (E)
    • Sandhurst road
    • Dongari
    • Tatanpura
    • Bhoiwada
    • Kharatalab
    • Girgaum
    • Umerkhadi
    • Mumbadevi

 

  • 187 – Colaba
    • C.S.T. Area
    • Churchgate
    • Colaba
    • Marine Lines
    • Masjid Bunder
    • Kalbhadevi

 

Mumbai – South Central comprises of 6 Vidhan Sabha Constituencies. The following are the names of the Constituencies and the areas they cover:

  • 172 – Anushakti Nagar 
    • Govandi
    • Mankhurd
    • Anushaktinagar
    • Trombay
    • BARC

 

  • 173 – Chembur
    • Sindhi Society
    • Chembur
    • Mahul
    • Atur Park
    • Sunny Estate
    • Mysore Colony

 

  • 178 – Dharavi
    • Dharavi
    • Sion (W)
    • Kala Qila

 

  • 179 – SionKoliwada
    • Sion (E)
    • Guru Teg Bahadur Nagar
    • Antop Hill

 

  • 180 – Wadala
    • Parel (North)
    • Naigaum
    • Dadar (E)
    • Matunge (E)
    • Wadala
    • Parsi Colony
    • King Circle

 

  • 181 – Mahim
    • Dadar (W)
    • Matunga (W)
    • Prabhadevi
    • Shivaji Park
    • Mahim

 

In the Mumbai Suburban District, there are 4 Lok Sabha Constituencies which are;

Mumbai – North Central, Mumbai – North East, Mumbai – North West and Mumbai North.

 

Mumbai – North Central comprises of 6 Vidhan Sabha Constituencies. The following are the names of the Constituencies and the areas they cover:

 

  • 177 – Vandre (W)
    • Bandra (W)
    • Khar (W)
    • Santacruz (W)

 

  • 176 – Vandre (E)
    • MIG Colony
    • Bandra (E)
    • BKC
    • Golibar
    • Khar (E)

 

  • 175 – Kalina
    • Kalina
    • Santacruz (E)
    • Vidyanagari
    • Vakola
    • Kurla (W)

 

  • 174 – Kurla
    • Kurla (E)
    • Tilak Nagar
    • PestomSagar Colony

 

  • 168 – Chandivali
    • Chandivali
    • HiranandaniComples
    • Saki Naka
    • Jari Mari

 

  • 167 – Vile Parle
    • Irla
    • Vile Parle
    • Mumbai Domestic Airport
    • Mumbai International Airport

 

Mumbai – North East comprises of 6 Vidhan Sabha Constituencies. The following are the names of the Constituencies and the areas they cover:

 

  • 171 –  Mankhurd – Shivaji Nagar
    • Deonar
    • Mankhurd (N)
    • Shivaji Nagar

 

  • 170 – Ghatkopar (E)
    • Ghatkopar (E)
    • Vidyanagar (E)

 

  • 169 – Ghatkopar (W)
    • Ghatkopar (W)

 

  • 157 – Bhandup (W)
    • Bhandup (W)
    • Kanjur Marg (W)
    • Powai

 

  • 156 – Vikhroli
    • Vikhroli
    • Kanjur Marg (E)

 

  • 155 – Mulund
    • Mulund
    • Nahur
    • Vihar Lake
    • Sanjay Gandhi National Park

 

Mumbai – North West comprises of 6 Vidhan Sabha Constituencies. The following are the names of the Constituencies and the areas they cover:

 

  • 166 – Andheri (E)
    • Andheri (E)
    • Chakala
    • Marole

 

  • 165 – Andheri (W)
    • Juhu
    • JVPD Scheme

 

  • 164 – Versova
    • Amboli
    • Lokhandwala Complex
    • Oshiwara
    • Versova
    • Jogeshwari (W)

 

  • 163 – Goregaon
    • Goregaon

 

  • 159 – Dindoshi
    • Dindoshi
    • Matamgad

 

  • 158 – Jogeshwari (E)
    • Jogeshwari (E)
    • Aarey Milk Colony
    • Film City

 

Mumbai – North comprises of 6 Vidhan Sabha constituencies. The following are the names of the constituencies and the areas they cover:

 

  • 162– Malad
    • Malad (W)
    • Aksa
    • Marve
    • Madh

 

  • 161 – Charkop
    • Charkop
    • Kandivali (W)

 

  • 160 – Kandivali
    • Kandivali (E)
    • Malad (E)

 

  • 154 – Magathane
    • Magathane
    • Borivali (E)
    • Deer Park

 

  • 153 – Dahisar
    • Dahisar

 

  • 152 – Borivali
    • Borivali
    • Gorai
    • Manori

 

It is imperative that the Citizens of Mumbai be aware of which Constituency they fall under, knowledge which is not just important during election season, but all year round.

 

Source: This information was obtained from https://ceo.maharashtra.gov.in

 

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