Chennai: Which parliamentary constituency does your ward fall in?

Here’s a list of areas in the GCC wards that fall under the three Parliamentary Constituencies in the urban limits of Chennai.

Are you a resident of Ramapuram or Alandur, who thinks your ward comes under the Chennai South Parliamentary Constituency? Well, you are wrong!

Knowing the boundaries of the Parliamentary constituencies is important because some of the wards that fall in Greater Chennai Corporation (GCC) limits belong to the suburban parts of Chennai when it comes to Parliamentary voting, which is entirely different when we consider the profile of the urban and suburban areas.

There are 200 wards under 15 Zones in the GCC limit. However, some of the wards in GCC limits fall under the Thiruvallur and Sriperumbudur Parliamentary Constituencies.


Read more: Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Chennai South — Know your constituency and candidates


GCC wards in Chennai’s Parliamentary Constituencies

Here’s a list of the areas in the GCC wards that fall under the three Parliamentary Constituencies in Chennai’s urban limits.

Parliamentary ConstituencyZoneWardsAreas included
Chennai North1Thiruvotriyur1 to 14
Kaladipettai
Kargil Nagar
Kathivakkam
Thangal
Sathuma Nagar
Ennore
2 – Manali15 to 21Kathivakkam
Edayanchavadi
Kadapakkam
Sadayankuppam
Theeyambakkam
Vadaperumbakkam
3 – Madhavaram22 to 33Mathur
Puzhal
4 – Tondiarpet34 to 48Kodungaiyur
Korukkupet
Radhakrishnan Nagar
Old Washermenpet (Part)
Vyasarpadi
Perambur
6 – Thiru.Vi.Ka NagarParts of wards
from 64 to 78
Pulianthope
Perambur
Choolai
Source: Greater Chennai Corporation
Parliamentary ConstituencyZoneWardsAreas included
Chennai Central6 – Thiru.Vi.Ka NagarParts of wards
from 64 to 78
Purasaivakkam
Kolathur
5 – Royapuram49 to 63Old Washermenpet (Parts)
Muthaiyapettai
Chintadripet
Pudupet
Sowcarpet
Egmore

7 – Ambattur
79 to 93Tho.Pettai
SIDCO
Mogappair
Korattur
Oragadam
Kallikuppam
Banu Nagar
8 – Anna Nagar94 to 108Villivakkam
Kilpauk
Chetpet
Aminjikarai

9 – Teynampet

Parts of wards
from 109 to 126

Nungambakkam
Thousand Lights
Royapettai
Alwarpet
Chepauk
Triplicane
Source: GCC
Parliamentary ConstituencyZoneWardsAreas included
Chennai South9 – TeynampetParts of wards
from 109 to 126
Mylapore
Santhome
Raja Annamalaipuram
10 – Kodambakkam127 to 142
Saligramam
Vadapalani
Virugambakkam
MGR Nagar
Ashok Nagar
T Nagar
Saidapet
13 – Adyar170 to 182Guindy
Velachery
Raja Annamalaipuram
Besant Nagar
Thiruvanmaiyur
14 – Perungudi183 to 191
168 and 169
Ullagaram
Puzhudhivakkam
Madipakkam
Kottivakkam
Palavakkam
Pallikaranai
Jalladampettai
15 – Sholinganallur192 to 200Neelangarai
Okkiyam Thuraipakkam
Injambakkam
Karapakkam
Semmenchery
Uthandi
Source: GCC

Zone 3: Madhavaram (parts of Wards from 22 to 33) which has areas including Chinna Sekadu, Soorapattu, Kadhirvedu and Puthagaram falls under the Thiruvallur constituency.

Zone 11: Valasaravakkam (All areas in Wards – 143 to 155), which has areas including Nolambur, Nerkundram, Maduravoyal, Karapakkam, Porur and Ramapuram comes under the Sriperumbudur parliamentary constituency.

Zone 12: Alandur (All areas in Wards 156 to 167) which has areas including Mugalivakkam, Nandhambakkam, Manapakkam, and Meenambakkam also comes under Sriperumbudur parliamentary constituency.


Read more: Lok Sabha Elections 2024: Chennai North — Know your constituency and candidates


Assembly Constituencies that fall under the Parliamentary Constituencies

chennai north
Chennai North constituency comprises the following assembly constituencies – Thiruvotriyur, Radhakrishnan Nagar, Perambur, Kolathur, Thiru.Vi.Ka Nagar and Royapuram
chennai central
Chennai Central constituency comprises the following assembly constituencies – Villivakkam, Egmore, Harbour, Chepauk-Triplicane, Thousand Lights and Anna Nagar
chennai south
Chennai South Parliamentary constituency comprises the following assembly constituencies – Mylapore, Saidapet, Virugambakkam, Velachery, Sholinganallur and Thyagaraya Nagar.

Here is a list of the other Assembly Constituencies in Chennai that fall under each of the Parliamentary Constituencies in the suburban areas of Chennai:

Parliamentary ConstituenciesAssembly Constituencies
ThiruvallurGummidipoondi
Ponneri
Thiruvallur
Poonamallee
Avadi
Madhavaram
SriperumbudurMaduravoyal
Ambattur
Alandur
Sriperumbudur
Pallavaram
Tambaram
KanchipuramChengalpattu
Thiruporur
Cheyyur
Maduranthakam
Uthiramerur
Kanchipuram
Source: GCC

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