Dindigul (Lok Sabha Constituency) - Election Results

Election Results

General Election, 2004: Dindigul
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
Congress N. S. V. Chitthan 407,116 58.92 n/a
AIADMK Jeyaraman. M 251,945 36.46 -6.48
Independent Ravindran. J 10,359 1.50 +1.47
Majority 155,171 22.46 +19.49
Turnout 690,973 60.75 +3.29
Congress gain from AIADMK Swing +58.92

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