Eastern Indian Constituency (Fiji) 1929 - 1963

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Eastern Indian Constituency

Eastern Indian Division , Fiji ke Hindustani log ke Legislative Council me aapan member ke vote kare khatir, 1929 me banawa gais tiin constituency me se ek rahaa. Aur dui constituency rahaa, North Western Indian Division aur Southern Indian Division. Eastern Indian Division me Vanua Levu, Lau aur Lomaiviti ke islans rahaa. Ii ek communal constituency rahaa jiske matlab ii hai ki khaali Hindustani log kharraa hoe aur vote kare sakat rahin.

1929 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

James Ramchandar Rao

Ii Hindustani log khatir pahila election rahaa aur Fiji me khali ek sanstha, Fiji Indian National Congress, rahaa jon ki politically active rahaa, aur jiske leader rahin Vishnu Deo, S. B. Patel aur A. D. Patel. Ii election me dui candidate rahaa. Pahila rahaa, James Ramchandar Rao, jiske Vishnu Deo support karat rahaa, aur Khalil Sahim.

Ii constituency me 101 voters register bhain rahaa, jisme se 60 aapan amdani ke jariye, 29 aapan property ke jaiye aur 12 duuno aamdani aur property ke jaiye register bhian rahaa.

Election ke result rahaa:[1]

James Ramchandar Rao 63
Khalil Sahim 20
Informal 5
Total 88

1932 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Ii election khatir koi jane nominate nai karis kahe ki Hindustani log keneta log Council ke boycott kare ke maang karin.

1937 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Ii election me J. B. Tularam Channa Bhai Patel ke 14 votes se harais. [2]

1940 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

J. B. Tularam, Jafar Khan aur Sadhu Lal ke harae ke, fir se jiit gais. [3]

1944 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

James Madhavan

Ii election ke B. M. Gyaneshwar jiitis Election ke result rahaa:[4]

Badri Maharaj Gyaneshwar 399
J. B. Tularam 201
Total 600

1947 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Ii election ke James Madhavan jiitis Election ke result rahaa:[5]

James Madhavan 499*
Badri Maharaj Gyaneshwar 350
J. B. Tularam 83
Total 932

1950 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Ii election me James Madhavan, J. B. Tularam, ke 368 votes se harais.[6]

1953 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Ii election ke James Madhavan jiitis Election ke result rahaa:[7]

James Madhavan 886*
Odin Ramrakha 706
Total 1,592

1956 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Ii election ke James Madhavan jiitis Election ke result rahaa:[8]

James Madhavan *
Jamnadas Kanji 866
Total

1959 ke election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Ii election Vijay R. Singh jiitis Election ke result rahaa:[9]

Vijay Raghubar Singh 864*
Jamnadas Kanji 494
M. I. Khan 360
Informal 30
% turnout 92%
Total 1,748

1960 ke by-election[badlo | source ke badlo]

Vijay R. Singh, ek sarkari naukri le ke kaaran Legislative Council se resign hoe gais aur James Madhavan fir se ii constituency ke member banaa,

References[badlo | source ke badlo]

  1. Ahmed Ali, Fiji and the franchise: A history of political representation 1900-1937,iUniverce, Lincoln, 2008, ISBN 978-0-595-45021-3, Apendix X
  2. Guru Dayal Sharma, Memories of Fiji: 1887 - 1987, Guru Dayal Sharma, Suva, Fiji, 1987, pp 94, 112
  3. Pacific Islands Monthly, Volume 11, No. 2, 14 September 1940
  4. Pacific Islands Monthly, Volume 15, No. 2, 18 September 1944
  5. Pacific Islands Monthly, Volume 18, No. 3, 17 October 1947
  6. Pacific Islands Monthly, Volume 21, No. 2, 1 September 1950
  7. Pacific Islands Monthly, Volume 14, No. 2, 1 September 1953
  8. Pacific Islands Monthly, Volume 27, No. 2, 1 September 1956
  9. Pacific Islands Monthly, Volume 27, No. 2, 1 September 1956