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A PRESENTATION ON SVEEP ACTIVITIES IN 07 -BIDAR PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY UJJWAL K. GHOSH A PRESENTATION ON SVEEP ACTIVITIES IN 07 -BIDAR PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY UJJWAL K. GHOSH

TOPICS v PROFILE OF KARNATAKA v DISTRICT PROFILE v SVEEP(Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral TOPICS v PROFILE OF KARNATAKA v DISTRICT PROFILE v SVEEP(Systematic Voters’ Education and Electoral Participation) v AIMS & OBJECTIVES v DATA ANALYSIS AND IDENTIFICATION OF PROBABLE REASONS v RESOURCE MOBILIZATION AND MAPPING v ACTION PLAN FOR SVEEP v REPORT ON STATUS OF FORMS (FORM 6, 7, 8 & 8 A & OTHERS) v SVEEP AWARENESS PROGRAMME ORGANIZED AND TARGETTED INTERVENTIONS v YOUTH, WOMEN, URBAN AREAS AND VULNERABLE GROUPS v CONSOLIDATED SVEEP ACTIVITIES REPORT v OUTPUT ANALYSIS

POPULATION Sl. No Population Area in sq. kms ) TALUKA Male Female Total Decadal POPULATION Sl. No Population Area in sq. kms ) TALUKA Male Female Total Decadal Growth Rate (percentage) 1 Aurad 1224. 4 142307 135768 278075 13. 36 2 B. Kalyan 1205. 9 176467 168474 344941 15. 01 3 Bhalki 1117. 3 141973 135329 277302 7. 88 4 Bidar 926. 0 239666 226948 466614 15. 06 5 Humnabad 985. 3 170437 162649 333086 13. 06 Total 5458. 9 870850 829168 1700018 13. 16 RURAL AND URBAN POPULATION URBAN Sl. No TALUKA 1 RURAL Density (sq. kms) Sex Ratio (per 1000 males) Male Female Total Aurad 15264 14670 29934 127043 121098 248141 227 954 2 B. Kalyan 36174 33475 69649 140293 134999 275292 286 955 3 Bhalki 20808 19574 40382 121165 115755 236920 248 953 4 Bidar 110279 103314 213593 129387 123634 253021 503 947 5 Humnabad 35872 134565 128708 263273 338 954 218397 204974 423371 652453 624194 127664 7 312 952 Total 33941 69813 MAIN MENU

SVEEP AIMS & OBJECTIVES v Increase in voter turnout in identified low turnout polling SVEEP AIMS & OBJECTIVES v Increase in voter turnout in identified low turnout polling stations aiming to Increase of at least 10 -15% in turnout over 2009 LS v Bridge gender gap in enrolment and turnout v Inclusion of left out groups/communities in electoral roll and voting v Informed, ethical and inducement free voting v Increase in postal ballot voting MAIN MENU

DATA ANALYSIS v Low turnout polling stations v The gender gap in polling in DATA ANALYSIS v Low turnout polling stations v The gender gap in polling in last LS polls v Vulnerable area and participation of weaker sections v First time voters and Youth

LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS

07 -Bidar Lokasabha Election Male & Female Voting % - 2009 Name of Constituency 07 -Bidar Lokasabha Election Male & Female Voting % - 2009 Name of Constituency Male Voting (%) Female Voting (%) Average% 47 -Basavakalyan 42. 03 50 55. 79 48 -Humnabad 53. 23 53. 05 53. 14 49 -Bidar South 54. 22 52. 82 53. 54 50 -Bidar 53. 68 52. 55 53. 14 51 -Bhalki 57. 19 55. 69 56. 47 52 -Aurad 57. 04 54. 71 55. 91 Total Bidar 52. 90 53. 14 54. 67 07 -Bidar Parliamentary Election - 2009 Male and Female Voting % Voting in % 70 60 50 40 30 20 10 0 4748 -Humnabad 49 -Bidar South Basavakalyan Male Voting (%) 42. 03 53. 23 54. 22 Female Voting (%) 50 53. 05 52. 82 Average% 55. 79 53. 14 53. 54 50 -Bidar 51 -Bhalki 53. 68 52. 55 53. 14 57. 19 55. 69 56. 47 52 -Aurad Total Bidar 57. 04 52. 898333334 54. 71 53. 13666666 55. 91 54. 665

LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 47 -BASAVAKALYAN AC LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 47 -BASAVAKALYAN AC

LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 48 -HUMNABAD AC LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 48 -HUMNABAD AC

LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 49 -BIDAR SOUTH AC LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 49 -BIDAR SOUTH AC

LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 50 -BIDAR AC LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 50 -BIDAR AC

LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 51 -BHALKI AC LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 51 -BHALKI AC

LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 52 -AURAD AC MAIN MENU LOW TURNING-OUT POLLING STATIONS IN 52 -AURAD AC MAIN MENU

MAPPING OF THE RESOURCES TO BRIDGE THE GAP Target group mobilization and instruments to MAPPING OF THE RESOURCES TO BRIDGE THE GAP Target group mobilization and instruments to use that – SWOT , government department, intelligentsia and the “volunteers” Identifying the motivators and demotivators for the target groups- women forum with the wish list and cultural programs, the district development forum to prioritize the demand of the district, reaching the home through students Use of technology to facilitate the inform about the unformed – urban apathy The youth- realising the rights and duties by way of various competitions and staking ownership The multilingual society- use of mother tongue to reach out

RESOURCE MAPPING Women youth • AGANWADI • ASHA • SHGs • BLO • NGO RESOURCE MAPPING Women youth • AGANWADI • ASHA • SHGs • BLO • NGO • PRE UNIVERSITY AND DEGREE COLEGE • NEHRU YUVA KENDRA • MEDCIAL, ENGINEERING, NURSING AND PROFESSIONAL COLLEGES Vulnerable groups • SOCLA WELFARE • REVENUE • POLICE • GRAM PANCHAYAT

RESOURCE MAPPING Urban apathy Low voting PS The general awareness Education • Information department RESOURCE MAPPING Urban apathy Low voting PS The general awareness Education • Information department • Media • Municipality • Information sharing through socla media and ICT • The questionnaire social stigma • The demotivators • The participation of various social groups • The demographic factors –migration ASD voters • Health • Postal • Bank • Transport • BSNL • AIR • Doordarshan • Cable channels • Government offcilas and organisations

PREPARING DISTRICT ACTION PLAN Identifying Government mercenary and pooling government resources viz a viz PREPARING DISTRICT ACTION PLAN Identifying Government mercenary and pooling government resources viz a viz target group– time and space analysis The identification component which will be effective in tackling low voters turnout in bottom 15% PS Selection of “volunteers” who help the district administration in SVEEP Creating awareness- using media, social media and ICT Collaboration with the election teams like SST, Flying Squad Making facilities in the PS to make the voters comfortable

ACTION PLAN FOR SVEEP ACTIVITIES IN BIDAR DISTRICT Sl. No. 01 Department wise programs ACTION PLAN FOR SVEEP ACTIVITIES IN BIDAR DISTRICT Sl. No. 01 Department wise programs Information & Publicity Program sketch Women & Child welfare 03 Health & Family welfare Information and training programs at taluka level to 1890 Anganwadi worker The district ASHA workers to be trained & then they visit each & every house in the village & to create awareness about voting and voting machine Special awareness program after main activities Expected Result Participants / constituency 1. Documentary and messages to be continuously telecasted through cable network. 2. Articles & advertisements about voting importance to be published in news papers 100% voting Bidar district will be public expected from the cable viewers and news paper readers Dy. Director, Women & Child welfare and CDPO & Staff of 5 talukas Posters and pamphlets to be pasted in all Anganwadi centre of the districts Awareness to 2 lacs 5000 & families above anganwadi staffs The District Health & Family welfare Officer and 5 taluka Health Officers 1. Posters & Pomphlets to be pasted in all PHCs & CHCs. 2. Door to Door visit by Junior Health Assts and ASHA workers with dummy EVMs 3 seals requesting to in the Awareness through AHSA workers, Jr. Health Assts. , Hoardings and posters documentary/ articles/advertisements in local cable networks & news papers 02 Responsibilities Asst. Director, Information & Publicity, Bidar Min. 1 lac family

Agriculture 04 05 06 07 1. Continuous information to be given to farmers in Agriculture 04 05 06 07 1. Continuous information to be given to farmers in Raita Samparka Kendra and taluka agriculture department and distribution of pamphlets. 2. flex hoardings to be fixed in all 30 Raita Sampark centres Public Information about compulsory Instructions voting and signature to be taken on Oath from the 18 years completed students & their family members Pre-University 1. 100% voting awareness to be and Degree created to all the students & colleges their families through Lecturers & Professors of colleges. 2. Oath to all the Lecturers and their families. 3. voting awareness to all the NSS and NCC students who have completed 18 years CMC, TMC, & Town panchayat 1. Voting Awareness through CMC, TMC & Town panchayat employees, Revenue Inspectors, Health inspector. 2. Awareness to municipality labours while sweeping JD, Agriculture and Taluka agriculture officers 1. SMS to be sent to all 17000 registered farmers with a declaratory sentence “ bring yours to vote & you also vote” Awareness to all public, farmers through 30 Rait Sampark centres 50000 families in 5 talukas DDPI, SSA co- Notice and information to be ordinator, pasted in all school boards BEO, BRP Voting pledge Awareness through 1400 schools and resource centres 2 lacs families Principals of all colleges and lecturers Awareness through college lecturers & campus leaders 50000 families 1. Training & Awareness programs in all Degree colleges. 2. Posters & Pomphlets to be pasted in all colleges. 3. Awareness about 100% voiting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through House visits, distribution of pamphlets through NSS and NCC studens in rural areas. Commissione 1. Posters & Pomphlets to be r and Chief pasted in all CMC, TMC & Officers of Town panchayats. CMC, TMC & 2. Awareness about 100% Town voting, morel voting, insertion panchayat of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through House visits, 2 CMCs, 3 50 thousand TMCs and 1 families in low Town turnout areas panchayat and its staff and labourers

08 Adult Education 09 Lead Bank Postal dept 10 Awareness through Prerakas Dist. Adult 08 Adult Education 09 Lead Bank Postal dept 10 Awareness through Prerakas Dist. Adult of 175 Gram panchayats Education and city limits Officer & Taluka Officers Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through House visits, distribution of pamphlets through Staff 1. awareness by 175 Gram panchayat and 1000 staff in city limits. 2. awareness about voting by machine through newly literate persons Awareness through staff and Manager of 1. Posters and pamphlets to Awareness employees of all Banks Lead Bank be pasted on all bank through all and all Bank notice boards. bank Managers 2. Awareness about 100% employees voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, use of voting machine etc 3. stamping the voting slogans in the various forms in banks Awareness through all postal Chief Post 1. Posters and pamphlets to Awareness employees in the city and Master and be pasted on all bank through Main rural limits Officers of notice Post Offices. All post office Posts letters stamped with the and rural voting slogans post offices 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through 50000 families will be covered bank customers 2 lacs families and postal staffs will be covered

12 Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Awareness through 175 Gram panchayat, PDO, Secretaries and 12 Panchayat Raj and Rural Development Awareness through 175 Gram panchayat, PDO, Secretaries and staffs Chief Executive Officer ZP and Executive Officers TP 1. Awareness at the place of MGNREGS. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through milk packets, distribution of pamphlets through Staff Awareness through gram panchayat staff Most of the families in rural areas 13 Social welfare and BCM Awareness to the students and parents through 176 & above Pre. Metric, Degree and Morarji Desai school teachers and officers Dist. Social welfare officer and BCM officers 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all hostels. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through milk packets, distribution of pamphlets through Staff and students 50000 and above families will be covered 14 Industry, Factory and Labour Awareness through Labour Inspector in the organized and unorganized labourers JD, DIC, Dist. Labour Officer and Asst. Director of Factories 15 NERTC Awareness to passengers and staff of NEKSRTC Divisional transport controller and ma nager 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all notice boards of 150 factories. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through milk packets, distribution of pamphlets through Staff while RSBY, Building labour welfare scheme programs. 3. awareness through posters and pamphlets in Hotels, Garrages and shops 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on buses Awareness to the students and parents through 176 & above Pre. Metric, Degree and Morarji Desai school teachers and officers Awareness through Labour Inspector staff Awareness to passengers through staff & conductors of NEKSRTC 20000 & above labour families

16 Youth & Sports, Nehru Yuva Kendra Awareness to youths & sports persons through 16 Youth & Sports, Nehru Yuva Kendra Awareness to youths & sports persons through staff Asst Director, Youth and sports and coordinator Nehru Yuva Kendra 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on office of youth centres. 2. Proceedings to be passed in the youth meetings about compulsory voting by the youths and their families. Awareness to public through youth centre and staff 5000 above families will be covered 17 Co-operative Awareness to public through cooperative banks and staffs Dy. Registrar, Co-operative 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all notice boards of coop banks. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, seal will be pressed on all vouchers and challens Awareness to public through co-operative banks and staffs 50, 000 families of co-op bank employees 18 Registrar of societies Awareness to public through staffs Dy. Director and societies Registrar of Societies 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all notice boards of societies registered. 2. Awareness about 100% voting to all the beneficiaries of societies & NGOs Awareness through staff and NGOs 50000 families and society employees National Child Labour Association Awareness to public through staff and NGOs Project Director 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all notice boards of Rehabilitation schools. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through distribution of pamphlets Awareness to 10, 000 families public through Project staff and NGOs Principals of colleges 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all notice boards of colleges. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through distribution of pamphlets Awareness to 50000 above public through families Lecturers, Staff students and campus leaders 19 20 MSW, Nursing, Awareness to public through B. Ed. , D. Ed. Lecturers, Staff and students Engg & Medical college

21 Home guard Awareness to public through swayam sevakas and staff Commandant and taluka 21 Home guard Awareness to public through swayam sevakas and staff Commandant and taluka officers 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all notice boards of colleges. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through distribution of pamphlets Awareness to public through swayam sevakas and staff of Home guards 2000 above families 22 BUDA Awareness to public through staff Commissioner, 1. Posters and pamphlets to be and labourers BUDA pasted on all notice boards of the department. 2. Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through distribution of pamphlets Awareness to public through swayam sevakas and staff 5000 and above families 23 All India Radio Awareness through Radio Director Awareness to public through staff and radio broadcasting 1 lac above families of radio listeners and staff 24 BSNL Awareness to customers through staff Chief Manager Sending of SMS to the BSNL customers for 100% voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine Staffs and customers families 200000 families 25 Dist. , Talukas and village offices 1. Posters and pamphlets to be pasted on all notice boards of the department. 2. Declaratory sentence “ bring yours to vote & you also vote” and “voting is your right” on all the orders, circulars, memo and letters to be printed. Department Heads Awarness to All staff and families Complete district Awareness about 100% voting, morel voting, insertion of name in the voter list, voting through voting machine through Radio broadcasting Participation in the SVEEP committee programs and needful co-operation may be given

26 Road Show Artist teams Exhibition of 3 Road Show (Bidi Nataka) in Less 26 Road Show Artist teams Exhibition of 3 Road Show (Bidi Nataka) in Less voted towns and rural places Information and publicity officer, Asst. Dir. Kannada & Culture Every day 5 shows will be conducted for 1 week 27 Booth Level Officers Awareness to the voters through booth level officers Tahsildars and 1. voting awareness in less voted Revenue areas through voting machines. Inspectors 2. awareness through posters and pamphlets Public and voters of area Bidar Aurad Basavakalyan Complete district 5 talukas MAIN MENU

TARGETING THE YOUTH Enrolment- form 6 distribution and collection Andolan-10000 enrolment in 3 days TARGETING THE YOUTH Enrolment- form 6 distribution and collection Andolan-10000 enrolment in 3 days Campus ambassadors and district brand ambassadors Competitions-debate, music, essay and youth parliament Learning by participating- mock polls Rallies-cycle, bike and walk

07 -Bidar Parliamentary Election FIRST TIME VOTERS & YOUTH INFORMATION Ac Name TOTAL VOTERS 07 -Bidar Parliamentary Election FIRST TIME VOTERS & YOUTH INFORMATION Ac Name TOTAL VOTERS in Addition in Internet Deletion in 18 -19 Years Net Voters previous Supplement Applications Supplement roll 8456 47 Basavakalyan 219 199326 48 Humnabad 209528 49 Bidar (S) 180989 50 Bidar 188240 51 Bhalki 203032 52 aurad 190560 TOTAL 1052 1171675 3337 9152 257 212 5296 272 382 4581 4116 226 6736 0 564 5654 16 541 39875 5713 2144 211952 4060 222785 3224 189399 2980 199691 3424 212628 2733 198422 19758 1234877

SVEEP AWARENESS PROGRAMME ORGANIZED BY THE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION BIDAR Women and Child Development TALUKA SVEEP AWARENESS PROGRAMME ORGANIZED BY THE DISTRICT ADMINISTRATION BIDAR Women and Child Development TALUKA BIDAR BHALKI AURAD PLACE Sultanpur, Nizampur, Kamthana, Aurad(S), Hokrana(K), Bagadal, Ranjolkheni, Mannekheli, Bhairnalli, Bawagi, Nirna, Udamnalli, Rekulgi, Nelwad, Bambalgi, Ward-7, Ward 12, Ward-13, Ward-21, Ward-20, Ward-14, Ward-8, Ward 19, Ward-10, Ward-32, Ward-34, Ward-3 Sikindrabad wadi, Warwatti, Bhalki, Donagapur, Bolegaon, Maroor, Kanaji, Khathak Chincholi, Khudamadapur NAME OF THE PROGRAMME (Rally, Rangoli Competition, Oath Taking, Signature Campaign) Handikera, Ganeshpur, Dasunayak Thanda, Kollur, Mahadonagaon, Aurad, Chintaki, Nagamarpalli, Jambgi, Chikli, Kamalnagar, Ladha, Hulsoor(K), Babali, Hedgapur, Bonti, Bembra (Rally, Rangoli Competition, Oath Taking, Signature Campaign) BASAVA Basavakalyan Town, Premsingh Thanda, Kohinoor KALYAN Pahad, Hamunagar, Harkood Thanda, Kalkhora Thanda, Hipparga Ghat, Dhamoori, Kohinoor, Hatyal, Jajanamogli HUMNA Pandarga Thanda, Mashal Thanda, Ghatboral, BAD Basvanthpur, Dhanagarwadi, Mangalore, Kanakatta, Humnabad, Hallikhed(B), Atiwal, Rola, Nandgaon, Madargaon, Hudgi, Ben Chincholi, Hilalpur, Otagi (Rally, Rangoli Competition, Oath Taking, Signature Campaign)

CONSOLIDATED SVEEP REPORTS FOR BIDAR DISTRICT PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY ELECTIONS-2014 S l. No Topics Remarks CONSOLIDATED SVEEP REPORTS FOR BIDAR DISTRICT PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY ELECTIONS-2014 S l. No Topics Remarks 1 2 3 4 5 Number of Rural Voter Facilitation Centres/CSCs (with voter facility/equivalent facility) operational in the district as on date Total number of PS Number of identified low turnout PS (10 % or more) Mobilisation organised in these PS area a. Special Camps for registration b. Street Plays/Folk art competitions etc c. Rallies/Runs 32 1431 150 From 09 -03 -2014 to 14 -03 -2014 637 599 927 d. Other events 6 Number of media insertions covering (also) these PS areas a) Newspaper advertisements b) c) Radio spots/pgm d) Outdoor Hoardings/Bus panels etc e) Posters, pamphlets, banners f) SMS/Caller tune etc g) Internet insertions Daily Newspaper Scrolling News in Television 120 hoardings/ Bus Panels-12 2000 Posters, 207000 pamphlets, 100 banners Through NIC 7 Outreach measures/advertisements taken up to publicise special camps on 9 th March 2014 for checking names in electoral roll by Voters and filling forms. Special Camp held at various colleges to educate SVEEP 8 Mobilisation organised for meeting gender gap 150 Meetings 87 Special Camps & 20 Interaction sessions of Border Area and Thandas with women a) Meetings (with functionaries like AWW/ASHA, CSOs etc ) b) Special Camps c) Street Plays/Folk art competitions etc 87 393 rallies covering 300 villages d) Rallies/Runs 295 f) Other events MAIN MENU

9 Youth specific physical events organised a. Number of events like competitions, festivals, street 9 Youth specific physical events organised a. Number of events like competitions, festivals, street plays etc b. Number of Educational Institutions that participated in events c. Special registration camps in educational institutions d. Special camps for youth outside the educational system e. Rallies/Runs 376 226 05 Online enrolment 476 186 f. Any other initiative 10 Mobilisation organised for fighting urban apathy a. Appeal Letters (from DEOs/CEO) 165000 appeals Daily 2000 Posters, 207000 pamphlets, 100 banners Through NIC 12 b. Press Notes Number of media insertions on informed and inducement free voting a. Outdoor Hoardings/Bus panels/etc. b. Posters, pamphlets, banners c. Internet insertions Number of Pledge letters issued by DEOs 13 Number of Pledge Letters received back after signature 120000 14 Number of Campus Ambassadors appointed 166 appointed 11 180000 Pledges Letters 15 Number of advertisements (including posters etc) to communicate about distribution of Voter Slip ( delivered at home, from BLO, at PS) 16 Number of reminder SMS and broadcast inserts planned before or on poll 2. 00 Lakhs day 120 hoardings/ Bus Panels-12 2000 Posters, 207000 pamphlets, 100 banners MAIN MENU

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07 -Bidar Lokasabha Election Male & Female Voting % - 2014 Name of Constituency 07 -Bidar Lokasabha Election Male & Female Voting % - 2014 Name of Constituency Male Voting (%) Female Voting (%) Average% 47 -Basavakalyan 59. 82 60. 94 48 -Humnabad 59. 01 60. 45 49 -Bidar South 62. 23 60. 42 50 -Bidar 60. 8 58. 2 51 -Bhalki 64. 26 63. 93 52 -Aurad 64. 29 62. 72 Total Bidar 61. 74 61. 11 60. 35 59. 69 61. 36 59. 46 64. 1 63. 53 61. 42 Voting in % 07 -Bidar Parliamentary Election - 2014 Male and Female Voting % 65 64 63 62 61 60 59 58 57 56 55 4748 -Humnabad 49 -Bidar South Basavakalyan Male Voting (%) 59. 82 59. 01 62. 23 Female Voting (%) 60. 94 60. 45 60. 42 Average% 60. 35 59. 69 61. 36 50 -Bidar 51 -Bhalki 52 -Aurad Total Bidar 60. 8 58. 2 59. 46 64. 26 63. 93 64. 1 64. 29 62. 72 63. 53 61. 735 61. 11 61. 415

07 -Bidar Parliamentary Election Gender Gap Analysis Name of Constituency 47 -Basavakalyan Gender Gap 07 -Bidar Parliamentary Election Gender Gap Analysis Name of Constituency 47 -Basavakalyan Gender Gap 2009 Gender Gap 2014 -7. 97 -1. 12 48 -Humnabad 0. 18 -1. 44 49 -Bidar South 1. 4 1. 81 50 -Bidar 1. 13 2. 6 51 -Bhalki 1. 5 0. 33 52 -Aurad 2. 33 1. 57 -0. 24 0. 63 Total Bidar 07 -Bidar Parliamentary Election Comparitve Graph of Gender Gap 4 Gender Gap % 2 0 474849 -Bidar 50 -Bidar 51 -Bhalki 52 -Aurad Total Bidar -2 Basavakalya Humnabad South n -4 Gender Gap 2009 -7. 97 0. 18 1. 4 1. 13 1. 5 2. 33 -0. 2383333323 -6 Gender Gap 2014 -1. 12 -1. 44 1. 80999999 2. 59999999 0. 330000006 0. 6250000014 1. 570000001 -8 -10

COMPARISION BETWEEN %AGE OF VOTES POLLED IN 2009 & 2014 Sl. No. AC number COMPARISION BETWEEN %AGE OF VOTES POLLED IN 2009 & 2014 Sl. No. AC number AC name 1 2 3 % of votes in 2009 2014 4 5 70. 00 60. 00 42 Chincholi 52. 08 57. 15 50. 00 2 46 Alland 49. 35 55. 86 40. 00 3 47 Basavakalyan 52. 08 60. 11 30. 00 4 48 Humnaabd 1 53. 83 Series 1 Series 2 59. 70 20. 00 61. 28 MAIN MENU L TA TO d ra Au ki al r Bh da Bi 60. 1501 h 53. 65375 TOTAL So ut 8 d ar 63. 54 ab 56. 94 Bi d Aurad na 52 n 8 0. 00 m 64. 09 lya 57. 26 Hu Bhalki ka 51 nd 7 10. 00 va 59. 46 la 53. 14 sa Bidar Al 50 Ba 6 ol i 54. 55 ch Bidar South in 49 Ch 5

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