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General Election Candidate List 2019
PartyConstituencyCandidate Name
INCGauhatiSmt. Bobbeeta Sharma
AITCGauhatiManoj Sharma
BJPGauhatiQueen Oja
SPGauhatiRatul Kumar Choudhury

Assam Lok Sabha Election 2019 Dates

StatePhase I (91)Phase II (97)Phase III (115)phaseIV (71)Phase V (51)phase VI (59)Phase VII(59)
Gauhati General Election 2014 Results

Bijoya ChakravartyBharatiya Janata Party764985
Manash BorahIndian National Congress449201
Gopi Nath DasAll India United Democratic Front137254
Birendra Prasad BaishyaAsom Gana Parishad86546
Benedict Alok ArengIndependent12432
Biju PhukanAll India Trinamool Congress8162
Pradip KalitaIndependent7345
Kazi Nekib AhmedRegional Democratic Secular Congress6636
Anil BhagawatiIndependent5782
Pranjal BordoloyAam Aadmi Party4809
Dr. Faruk Aahammed BhuyanIndependent3540
Bandana Barman BaruahSamajwadi Party3240
Dhiraj MedhiIndependent2845
Padmeshwar PhukanIndependent2629
Khargeswar DasIndependent2532
Gopi BaruahLok Bharati2411
Ajad AliIndependent2385
Md. Zakir HussainIndependent2275
None of the AboveNone of the Above6720

Gauhati Parliamentary Constituency (Lok Sabha) Election Results

List of Winning MP and Runner up from 1951 to till date from Gauhati Lok Sabha Constituency

YearState NamePC CodePC NamePC TypeWinnerSexPartyTotal VoteRunner UpSEXPARTYTotal Vote
1951Assam5GauhatiGENRohini Kumar ChaudhuryMINC96122Lakshya Dhar ChaudhuryMSP72553
1957Assam5GauhatiGENBarua HemMPSP143497Devendra Nath SarmaMINC96624
1962Assam6GauhatiGENHem BoruaMPSP133812Tirtha Nath SarmahMINC101750
1967Assam7GauhatiGEND. KalitaMCPI90208R. D. BarkatakiMINC88658
1971Assam7GauhatiGENDinesh Chandra GoswamiMINC140483Dhireswar KalitaMCPI44482
1977Assam7GauhatiGENRenuka Devi BarktakiFBLD149255Dinesh Chandra GoswamiMINC112815
1985Assam7GauhatiGENDinesh GoswamiMIND428013Bhagaban LahkarMINC124507
1991Assam7GauhatiGENKirip ChalihaMINC169628Asfaf AliMNAGP124823
1996Assam7GauhatiGENPrabin Chandra SarmahMAGP372833Bhubaneswar KalitaMINC258436
1998Assam7GauhatiGENBhubaneswar KalitaMINC285482Manoranjan GoswamiMBJP157309
1999Assam7GauhatiGENBijoya ChakravartyFBJP384771Bhubaneswar KalitaMINC309533
2004Assam7GauhatiGENKirip ChalihaMINC353250Bhupen HazarikaMBJP292099
2009Assam7GauhatiGENChakravarty,Smt. BijoyaFBJP496047Capt. Robin BordoloiMINC484192
2014Assam7GauhatiGENBijoya ChakravartyFBJP764985Manash BorahMINC449201

Assembly Constituencies in Gauhati Parliamentary Constituency
Dudhnoi (ST)Boko (SC)Chhaygaon
Guwahati EastGuwahati WestHajo

  Parliamentary Constituencies in Assam  
PC No.PC NamePC No.PC Name
3Autonomous District10Nawgong

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