Info for voters of Shivajinagar Constituency- MLA, Candidate, Voting and more

If you are one among the lakhs of voters of Shivajinagar, this is what you need to know!

Incumbent MLA: Roshan Baig R

List of candidates, 2018

R Roshan Baig
Party:Indian National Congress
  • Family: Wife, 2 dependants
  • Educational Qualification: BCom
  • Profession: Social Worker
  • Online:
    • Twitter:@rroshanbaig
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:NIL
  • Net Worth:
    • IT Returns:Self-1.15 cr, Spouse-4.44 lakhs
    • Movable Assets:Self-7.62 cr, Spouse-1.14 cr
    • Immovable Assets:Self-25.30 cr, Spouse-2.15 cr
    • Liabilities:Self-15.58 cr, Spouse-1.69 cr
Katta Subramanya Naidu
Party:Bharatiya Janata Party
  • Family: Wife, 3 dependants
  • Educational Qualification: SSLC
  • Profession: Real Estate
  • Online: 
    • Facebook:kattasubramanyanaiduofficial
    • Twitter: @kattasnaidu
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth
    • IT Returns: 52.91 lakhs
    • Movable Assets:Self- 2.94 cr, Spouse-7.04 cr
    • Immovable Assets: Self-8.73 cr, Spouse-7.2 cr
    • Liabilities: NIL
Ayub Khan
Party:Aam Aadmi Party
  • Family:Wife, 3 dependants
  • Educational Qualification:4th Std
  • Profession:Auto Rickshaw Seconds Sale
  • Online
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth
    • IT Returns: 3.82 lakhs
    • Movable Assets: Self-32k, Spouse-8.66lacs
    • Immovable Assets: NIL
    • Liabilities: NIL
Shaikh Masthan Ali
Party:Janata Dal (secular)
  • Family:Wife, 5 dependants
  • Educational Qualification:Class 7
  • Profession:Flower Decoration Business
  • Online:
  • Number of Pending Criminal Cases:
  • Net Worth:
    • IT Returns:Self-3.88 lakhs, Spouse-25k, Dependants-20k
    • Movable Assets:Self-10 lakhs, Spouse-25k, Dependants-20k (dependents)
    • Immovable Assets:NIL
    • Liabilities:NIL

Full list of Candidates: 

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Previous Results:

2013 candidates Party Votes Age Vote Share %
R Roshan Baig INC 49649 59 54.62%
Nirmal Surana BJP 28794 49 31.68%
Abbas Ali Bohra JD(S) 5983 60 6.58%
I R Perumal KJP 2869 60 3.16%
Shaik Bahadur BSP 581 57 0.64%


2008 candidates Party Votes Age Vote Share%
R Roshan Baig INC 43013 54 53.53%
Nirmal Surana BJP 32617 44 40.59%
B M Ashfaq Ahmed JD(S) 1647 42 2.05%
K Murthy IND 982 45 1.22%
Charles Prabhakar BSP 804 57 1%

Citizen Demands:

About the Constituency:

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Shivaji Nagar, the bastion of Roshan Baig, is appreciated for its environment of communal harmony, with a large Muslim and considerable Tamil population. Voters here concur that Roshan Baig is in constant interaction with the people here.

Earlier, Shivaji Nagar had the lowest number of voters. Before the delimitation, Sampangiramanagar (ward 77), Vasanthnagar (78) and Shivajinagar (79) wards were included in this constituency. But now, Bharathinagar (80), Ulsoor (81) and Jayamahal (92) wards are included. Vidhana Soudha is part of the constituency.

In Halsoor, 2016, citizens filed an RTI to track the sanction of a Rs-4-crore-STP construction for their lake, but in vain. Other problems voiced by citizens in the constituency include garbage mismanagement, shortage of bus stops, parks, playgrounds, poor water supply and bad infrastructure. The Shivaji Nagar ward is a crowded market area, while other wards have a mix of diverse groups.

  • Total number of voters in 2008: 80,363
  • Total number of voters in 2013: 90,900  
  • The total number of registered voters currently:1,91,528.

See also: Shivaji Nagar: No infra support for the traders’ hub 

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