Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha 2024: Highest Number MP, Winners

Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha 2024 Who Win Election this year: Members for the 18th Lok Sabha elections have been elected. A new government will be formed soon. Modi government is going to be formed for the third time. The list of members of the 18th Lok Sabha has also been released. This time 24 Muslim MPs have been elected to Parliament.

It includes big faces like Yusuf Pathan, Asaduddin Owaisi, and Iqra Chaudhary. A total of 78 Muslim candidates contested the Lok Sabha elections in 2024. It also includes independent candidates. In 2019, 115 Muslim candidates had contested. Here we are going to give the list of all Muslim MPs.

Compared to 2019, the number of Muslims becoming MPs has increased by only 2. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, the lowest turnout was 22. In 1980, their attendance was the highest in the Lok Sabha at 49.

The Congress, TMC, SP, Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD), Nationalist Congress Party (NCP) and Communist Party of India-Marxist (CPI-M) together fielded only 78 Muslim candidates. In 2019, there were 115 candidates in the fray. The BJP has fielded one Muslim candidate and its ally Janata Dal-United (JD-U) in Bihar. The Muslim MP List is provided below.

Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha
Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha

 List of Muslim MP in Lok Sabha 2024

Cricketer-turned-politician Yusuf Pathan contested the Lok Sabha election for the first time. He was made the TMC candidate from Baharampur in West Bengal. The special thing is that Yusuf Pathan defeated Congress’ Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury.

In Uttar Pradesh, Congress’ Imran Masood won the Saharanpur seat by a huge margin of 64,542 votes. In Kairana, Samajwadi Party’s Iqra Chaudhary, one of the youngest MPs. Iqra defeated BJP’s Pradeep Kumar by a margin of 69,116 votes. In the Lok Sabha elections, Muslim candidates have won by winning 7 of Congress, 4 of Samajwadi Party, 5 of TMC, 3 of IUML, 2 of National Conference and 2 Independent Muslim candidates.

Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha: Congress

  • Dhubri: Rakibul Hussain
  • Kishanganj: Mohammad Javed
  • Katihar: Tariq Anwar
  • Vadakara: Shafi Parambil
  • Saharanpur: Imran Masood
  • Maldaha South: Isha Khan Chowdhury
  • Lakshadweep: Muhammad Hamdullah Sayeed

Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha: Samajwadi Party

  • Kairana: Iqra Chaudhary
  • Rampur: Mohibullah
  • Sambhal: Zia ur Rehman
  • Ghazipur: Afzal Ansari

Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha: TMC

  • Jangipur: Khalilur Rahman
  • Berhampur: Pathan Yusuf
  • Murshidabad: Abu Taher Khan
  • Basirhat: SK Nurul Islam
  • Uluberia: Sajda Ahmed

Independent

  • Baramulla: Abdul Rashid Shaikh
  • Ladakh: Mohammad Hanifa

National Conference

  • Srinagar: Aga Syed Ruhullah Mehdi
  • Anantnag-Rajouri: Mian Altaf Ahmed

Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha: IUML

  • Malappuram: E.T. Mohammed Basheer
  • Ponnani: Dr. M.P. Abdussamad Samdani
  • Ramanathapuram: Navaskani’s

AIMIM

  • Hyderabad: Asaduddin Owaisi

When was the highest number of Muslim MPs elected to the Lok Sabha?

The lowest number of MPs reached the Lok Sabha in 2014 and the highest in the 1980 Lok Sabha election. There were 27 Muslim MPs elected in the 17th Lok Sabha. The lowest number of Muslim MPs was in the 16th Lok Sabha. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections, only 22 Muslim MPs were elected to the Lok Sabha.

The highest number of Muslim MPs were elected in the 1980 Lok Sabha elections. A total of 49 MPs reached the Lok Sabha in the seventh Lok Sabha. In the table below, see the details of which party’s Muslim candidate won from which Lok Sabha seat and reached Parliament.

Highest Muslim MP List in Lok Sabha 1980:

Lok Sabha constituencies  Name of the MP Party
Warangal  Kamaluddin Ahmed  Indian National Congress
Godda Sameenuddin Indian National Congress
Katihar  Tariq Anwar Indian National Congress 
Kishanganj  Jameelur Rahman Indian National Congress 
Madhubani Shafiqullah Ansari  Indian National Congress
Siwan Mohammed Yusuf Indian National Congress 
Bharuch  Ahmed Patel  Indian National Congress
Faridabad Tayyab Hussain  Indian National Congress
Anantnag  Ghulam Rasool Kochak National Conference
Baramulla Khwaja Mubarak Shah  National Conference
Srinagar Farooq Abdullah  National Conference
Bangalore North C.K. Jaffer Sharif  Indian National Congress
Dharwad South Fakhruddinsaab Husainsaab Mohsin  Indian National Congress
Shimoga  S T Qadri  Indian National Congress
Chirayinkil A.A. Rahim  Indian National Congress 
Ponnani Ghulam Mahmud Banatwala Indian Union Muslim League
Manjeri  Ibrahim Suleiman Sait Indian Union Muslim League
Calicut A.K. Ibinchibawa CPM
Lakshadweep  P.M. Sayeed  Indian National Congress
Betul  Ghufran Azam  Indian National Congress
Satna  gulsher Ahmed  Indian National Congress
Aurangabad   Qazi Saleem  Indian National Congress
Washim  Ghulam Nabi Azad  Indian National Congress
Vellore   a.k.a. Abdul Samad  Indian National Congress
Moradabad   General Ghulam Mohammad Khan JNP(S)
Rampur  General Zulfikar Ali Khan Indian National Congress
Badaun  Mohd Asrar Ahmed  Indian National Congress
Bareilly  General Nisar Yar Khan  JNP(S)
unnao Ziaur Rahman Ansari Indian National Congress
Bahrain itself  Syed Muzaffar Husain  Indian National Congress
Dumariaganj   Qazi Jalil Abbasi  Indian National Congress
maharajganj   Ashfaq Hussain Ansari  Indian National Congress
Jaunpur Dr. Azizullah Azmi   Janata Party(S)
ghazipur  Zainul Basheer  Indian National Congress 
Mirzapur  aziz imam  Indian National Congress 
Kanpur  Arif Mohammad Khan Indian National Congress 
Etah  Malik Md. Mushir Ahmad Khan  Indian National Congress
Bulandshahr  Mahmud Hassan Khan  Janata Party(S)
Hapur  Anwar  Janata Party(S)
Meerut  mohsina kidwai  Indian National Congress
Muzaffarnagar  Ghayur Ali Khan  Janata Party(S)
Saharanpur  Rasheed Masood  Janata Party(S)
Raiganj  Golam Yazdani Indian National Congress
Malda  Abul Barkat Ataul G K Chowdhary Indian National Congress
Jangipur Zainal Abedin   CPM
Murshidabad  Masudal Hasan Syed  CPM
Barrackpore  Mohammed Ismail  CPM
Uluberia  Hannan Molla  CPM
Katwa Saifuddin Chowdhury   CPM

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