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Dhubri (Lok Sabha constituency)

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Dhubri Lok Sabha constituency is one of the 15Lok Sabha constituencies in Assam state in north-eastern India. Dhubri consists of 10 assembly segments.[1]

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Assembly segments

Dhubri Lok Sabha constituency is composed of the following assembly segments:[2]

Members of Parliament


Year Winner Party
1952 Amjad Ali Praja Socialist Party
1957 Amjad Ali Praja Socialist Party
1962 Ghyasuddin Ahmad Indian National Congress
1967 Jahanuddin Ahmad Praja Socialist Party
1971 Moinul Hoque Choudhury Indian National Congress
1977 Ahmed Hussain Indian National Congress
1980 Nurul Islam Indian National Congress
1984 Abdul Hamid Indian National Congress
1991 Nurul Islam Indian National Congress
1996 Nurul Islam Indian National Congress
1998 Abdul Hamid Indian National Congress
1999 Abdul Hamid Indian National Congress
2004 Anwar Hussain Indian National Congress
2009 Badruddin Ajmal Assam United Democratic Front
2014 Badruddin Ajmal All India United Democratic Front
2019 Badruddin Ajmal All India United Democratic Front

General elections 2019

2014 Indian general elections: Dhubri
Party Candidate Votes % ±
AIUDF Badruddin Ajmal 5,92,569 43.26 -8.40
INC Wazed Ali Choudhury 3,62,839 26.49 -7.55
BJP Dr. Debamoy Sanyal 2,98,985 21.83 +21.83
Independent Mohar Uddin Mondal 40,208 2.94 +2.94
Independent Ali Hussain 23,816 1.74 +1.74
AGP Anowar Hussain 9,897 0.72 +0.72
AITC Zesmina Khatun 7,874 0.57 +0.57
SUCI(C) Surat Jaman Mondal 5,935 0.43 +0.43
Independent Mohendra Chandra Roy 4,607 0.34 +0.34
AAP Azmal Hussain 4,468 0.33 +0.33
SP Yousub Ali Ahmed 3,277 0.24 -0.63
Independent Kashem Ali Akonda 2,785 0.20 +0.20
Independent Monirul Hussain 2,723 0.20 +0.20
Independent Ram Ekbal Shahani 2,375 0.17 +0.17
IUML Kasir Uddin S.K. 1,455 0.11 +0.11
NOTA None of the above 5,811 0.42 ---
Majority 2,29,730 16.77 17.27
Turnout 13,69,624
AIUDF hold Swing -8.39

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References

  1. ^ http://indianexpress.com/article/elections-2016/india/india-news-india/more-than-90-per-cent-turnouts-mark-aggressive-muslim-voting-in-assam/
  2. ^ "List of Parliamentary & Assembly Constituencies" (PDF). Assam. Election Commission of India. Archived from the original (PDF) on 4 May 2006. Retrieved 5 October 2008.
  3. ^ The Sentinel. 16 candidates file nomination in Karimganj Archived 2015-09-24 at the Wayback Machine

See also

This page was last edited on 30 June 2019, at 02:45
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