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Assam General Election Results


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BJP
7
INC
3
AIUDF
2
IND
1

Assam General (Lok Sabha) Election Results 2014


*Map showing the constituency wise Assam General Election Results 2014.

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Party Wise Assam Elections Result 2014

Party Wise Result 2009

PartyAbbreviationWon Seats
Bharatiya Janata PartyBJP7
Indian National CongressINC3
All India United Democratic FrontAIUDF3
IndependentIND1
Total 14


Constituency Wise Assam Lok Sabha Election Results



Constituency NameCategory Const. No.Winning CandidateWinning PartyRunner_up CandidateRunner_up PartyMargin
Karimganj(SC)1Radheshyam BiswasAUDFKrishna DasBJP102,094
SilcharGEN2Sushmita DevINCKabindra PurkayasthaBJP35,241
Autonomous District(ST)3Biren Singh EngtiINCJoy Ram EnglengBJP24,095
DhubriGEN4Badruddin AjmalAUDFWazed Ali ChoudhuryINC229,730
Kokrajhar(ST)5Naba Kumar Sarania (Hira)INDUrkhao Gwra BrahmaIND355,779
BarpetaGEN6Siraj Uddin AjmalAUDFChandra Mohan PatowaryBJP42,341
GauhatiGEN7Bijoya ChakravartyBJPManash BorahINC315,784
MangaldoiGEN8Ramen DekaBJPKirip ChalihaINC22,884
TezpurGEN9Ram Prasad SarmahBJPBhupen Kumar BorahINC86,020
NawgongGEN10Rajen GohainBJPJonjonali BaruahINC143,559
KaliaborGEN11Gourav GogoiINCMrinal Kumar SaikiaBJP93,874
JorhatGEN12Kamakhya Prasad TasaBJPBijoy Krishna HandiqueINC102,420
Dibrugarh(ST)13Rameswar TeliBJPPaban Singh GhatowarINC185,347
LakhimpurGEN14Sarbananda SonowalBJPRanee NarahINC292,138
Summary of Assam Election 2014

Phase I polling

The first round of polling in Assam was conducted on 7 April 2014 in five parliamentary constituencies. The polling percentage witnessed was 78.74% at 8,588 polling booths.

Total turnout: 78.74%

TimeVoting Percentage
11:00 AM36.44%
01:00 PM49.64%
03:00 PM63.37%
05:00 PM74.19%


Male 79.04%
Female78.42%


Phase II polling

The second of three-phased election in Assam took place on 12 April sealing the fate of 37 candidates. The polling percentage of male in this phase was 78.08% while the female turnout recorded was 74.65%.

Total Turnout: 76.45%

TimePercentage
10:00 AM22%
12:00 PM37%
01:00 PM52%
03:00 PM54%


Phase III polling

Assam went to cast its vote in the third and final phase of election on 24 April 2014 in six LS constituencies. Total 74 candidates, including 9 women, contested this phase of general election in the state. Total 94,37,731 electors were eligible to cast their ballot in this phase; however, 77,57,894 voters walked to the polling booths to practice their right to vote.

The third round of polling in Assam saw the participation of the Prime Minister Manmohan Singh as well. He and his wife got inked at the Dispur Government Higher Secondary School, Guwahati.

Total Turnout: 82.26%

TimePercentage
09:00 AM17%
01:00 PM37%
03:00 PM55%
05:00 PM77.05%


Re-polling in Guwahati

After reports of misconduct during polling at certain polling booths, re-election was ordered at polling station number 35 in the Jalukbari assembly of the Guwahati parliamenatry constituency. The re-election was conducted on 28 April 2014 from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. The voter turnout recorded was over 90%.

Reportedly, one of the VDP volunteers had repeatedly pressed the button on the EVM while casting his vote, and also tried to influence other voters to press the same button. Six persons were arrested for their alleged involvement in the incident. Among the six arrested, four were election officials.

Reference:
  • Chief Electoral Officer, Assam
  • Election Commission of India
  • Press Information Bureau
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The 14 Lok Sabha constituencies which belong to Assam were critical in 2014 election, particularly for the Indian National Congress, as it had held its sway in this state for decades. The BJP was the only other national political party which made its presence felt in the state.

The regional political outfits having a growing prominence in Assam are the Bodoland People's Front (BDF), the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP) and the Assam United Democratic Front (AUDF). Interestingly, the AGP, which had been an ally of the BJP for long, contested the polls alone. The AGP broke alliance with the BJP and contested the elections as a united political front termed the North-East Political Front.

Important Congress leaders who were granted tickets to the constituencies of Assam were Lalit Mohan Suklabaidya, Ismail Hussain, Bhupen Bora, Manas Bora, Biren Singh Engti and Ranee Narah, among others. In the list of candidates released by the AGP, there were Phani Bhushan Chowdhury who is the President of AGP, Birendra Prasad Baishya, former Union Minister, and Hari Prasad Dihingia, who is a former ULFA militant. The BJP named, among others, leaders such as Mrinal Kumar Saikia, Debomoy Sanyal, Hiramoni Deka Sonowal and Rameshwar Teli, to contest the upcoming polls from this north-eastern state.

As per the various opinion polls held in Assam, out of the 14 parliamentary constituencies, the Congress was expected to bag 7-9 seats, while the BJP was expected to secure 4-5 seats. The AUDF and the AGP were expected to win one seat each. It was being estimated that the BJP would turn out to be the dark horse in Assam in particular, as an important part of the party's poll strategy had been to target the north-eastern states, making these states a major vote-bank of the BJP. This was amply evident in the Modi's rally held in Assam, where he promised to resolve the major issues of unemployment and the Bangladeshi immigrants in Assam.

Reference:
  • Election Commission of India
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Assam Parliamentary Election Result 2009

 
StateYear PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
Assam20091Karimganj(SC)Suklabaidya, Shri Lalit Mohan MINC259717Rajesh MallahMAUDF251797
Assam20092SilcharGENPurkayastha, Shri Kabindra MBJP243532Badruddin AjmalMAUDF202062
Assam20093Autonomous District(ST)Engti, Shri Biren Singh MINC197835Elwin TeronMASDC123287
Assam20094DhubriGENAjmal, Maulana Badruddin MAUDF540820Anwar HussainMINC356401
Assam20095Kokrajhar(ST)Bwiswmuthiary, Shri Sansuma Khunggur MBOPF495211Urkhao Gwra BrahmaMIND304889
Assam20096BarpetaGENHussain, Shri Ismail MINC322137Bhupen RayMAGP291708
Assam20097GauhatiGENChakravarty, Smt. Bijoya FBJP496047Capt. Robin BordoloiMINC484192
Assam20098MangaldoiGENDeka, Shri Ramen MBJP307881Madhab RajbangshiMINC252032
Assam20099TezpurGENToppo, Shri Joseph MAGP352246Moni Kumar SubbaMINC322093
Assam200910NawgongGENGohain, Shri Rajen MBJP380921Anil RajaMINC335541
Assam200911KaliaborGENGogoi, Shri Dip MINC434676Gunin HazarikaMAGP282687
Assam200912JorhatGENHandique, Shri Bijoy Krishna MINC362320Kamakhya TasaMBJP290406
Assam200913Dibrugarh(ST)Ghatowar, Shri Paban Singh MINC359163Sarbananda SonowalMAGP324020
Assam200914LakhimpurGENNarah, Smt. Ranee FINC352330Dr. Arun Kr. SarmaMAGP307758


 

Assam Parliamentary Election Result 2004

 
PC No. PC Name Category WinnerSexPartyVoteRunner UpSexPartyVote
1Karimganj(SC)Lalit Mohan SuklabaidyaMINC321059Parimal Sukla BaidyaMBJP229111
2SilcharGENSontosh Mohan DevMINC246215Kabindra PurkyasthaMBJP224895
3Autonomous District(ST)Biren Singh EngtiMINC125937Elwin TeronMASDC101808
4DhubriGENAnwar HussainMINC376588Afzalur RahmanMAGP259966
5Kokrajhar(ST)Sansuma Khunggur BwiswmuthiaryMIND689620Sabda Ram RabhaMIND205491
6BarpetaGENA. F. Golam OsmaniMINC266972Kumar Deepak DasMAGP198847
7GauhatiGENKirip ChalihaMINC353250Bhupen HazarikaMBJP292099
8MangaldoiGENNarayan Chandra BorkatakyMBJP345863Madhab RajbangshiMINC315997
9TezpurGENMoni Kumar SubbaMINC289847Padma HazarikaMAGP219402
10NowgongGENRajen GohainMBJP342704Bisnu PrasadMINC311292
11KaliaborGENDip GogoiMINC301893Keshab MahantaMAGP234695
12JorhatGENBijoy Krishna HandiqueMINC223624Drupad BorgohainMCPI172332
13DibrugarhGENSarbananda SonowalMAGP220944Kamakhaya TasaMBJP202390
14LakhimpurGENDr. Arun Kumar SarmahMAGP300865Ranee NarahMINC272717


     


     

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