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Batadroba Constituency- Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Manifesto, Last Election Results

Batadroba Constituency - No. of Household, Population, Winner/Runner-up in Last elections & Vote Percentage & more in Assam Assembly Elections.

Batadroba Constituency- Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Manifesto, Last Election Results

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 March 2021 6:10 AM GMT

Batadroba is a town under Batadroba Block in the Nagaon district of Assam, India. From the Nagaon headquarters, it exists at a distance of 22KM to the west. The official language of Morigaon is Assamese and minority languages are Bodo, Bengali, Nepali, Sadri, etc. The nearest towns to Batadroba are Morigaon, Nagaon, Tezpur, and Dhekiajuli. Moirabari Part Tehsil is located towards the North of Batadroba, while towards South, there is Batadroba Part Tehsil, and towards East and West, there are Juria Tehsil and Moirabari Tehsil, respectively.

Sitting MLA: Angoorlata Deka(BJP)


Batadroba Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

The Assembly of Assam comprises 126 Members of Legislative Assembly which are directly elected from single-seat constituencies and its term is 5 years unless later dissolved. Its headquarter is stationed in Dispur. Batadroba is one of the 126 assembly constituencies. Its constituency number is 84 and it forms a part of the Kaliabor Lok Sabha Constituency.

Parliamentary Constituency

The Parliamentary Constituencies of India is 542 and among them, the seats for the general category are 441 and for SC and ST, the seats are 84 and 47 respectively. Batadroba Assembly Constituency is a part of the Kaliabor Lok Sabha Constituency. Batadroba is one of the 10 assembly segments of the Kaliabor Lok Sabha Seat stationed in Nagaon district. It is only a General category assembly seat. It is none for SC and ST.


District

Batadroba is a small town in the Nagaon region, Assam, India. Nagaon district is an authoritative district. Its headquarter is at Nagaon. The mighty Brahmaputra and Sonitpur district is located towards the North region of Nagaon, while towards the South, there is the Karbi Anglong region and the beautiful hills of North Cachar, and towards the East, there are Golaghat and East Karbi Anglong.


No. of Towns

The nearest town to Batadroba is Nagaon, and the distance between the two places is about 21KM. Besides, there are also some towns that are nearest to Batadroba are Morigaon, Dhekiajuli, and Tezpur with a distance of 28KM, 34KM, and 41KM respectively.


Assembly Status

The Assembly of the Batadroba constituency had 140284 electors. Amongst them, the overall valid votes were 123226. In prior to the Assembly Election of Assam 2016, BJP candidate Angoorlata Deka won the MLA seat, with 46343 votes, and became MLA, whereas INC candidate Gautam Bora was the runner-up with 40458 votes. Therefore, she won the MLA seat by 5885 votes.


Batadroba Population

According to the Census 2011, Batadroba has an inhabitant of around 1850 people only...


No. of Households

Batadroba has 371 total numbers of houses in the region.


Water Connection

Batadroba is a rural community and a township under Batadroba Block and Nagaon region. It has 371 houses in the sub-district. In Batadroba, about 50% of the houses have access to safe drinking water. While the major sources of water used by the maximum number of the houses are tube wells, hand pumps, etc.


Street Light

The access to the street light and the number of households using electricity in the rural areas show welfare development. In accordance with the village survey, it is noted that throughout the years, there are improvements in the access to electricity to every household in the Nagaon region.


Caste & Tribes in the Constituency

Batadroba, a rural community under Batadroba Block in the Morigaon district, has inhabitants of around 1850 people. In Batadroba Block, the existence of SC and ST is not known until now.


Top Cities in the Batadroba Constituency

There are no cities in this constituency.


Male/Female Electoral Distribution

Batadroba town has about 126282 registered voters. It comprises 65008 males and 61274 females.


Sex Ratio

In accordance with Census Record 2011, the sex ratio of Batadroba is 627 which includes 623 males and 632 females.


Age Group Distribution

In Batadroba Assembly Constituency, about 47.1% population is under six years of age.


Polling Percentage of Last Three Years

• The Assembly of Batadroba Constituency witnessed a polling percentage of 61.27% during the Lok Sabha elections of 2019.

• During the 2016 Assembly election, it witnessed about 37.61%.

• It saw a polling percentage of 34.27% during the Lok Sabha Election of 2014.


Result of the Last Five Elections

During the Assembly election of Assam 1996, a candidate named Digen Chandra Borah of AGP had won the MLA seat with 41065 votes. For the consecutively three years 2001, 2006, and 2011, a candidate named, Gautam Bora of INC won the MLA seats with 35078, 33661, and 40950 votes respectively. In prior to the Assembly Election of Assam 2016, a candidate named, Angoorlata Deka of BJP won the MLA seat with 46343 votes. Now, Angoorlata Deka of BJP is the current MLA of Batadroba Assembly Constituency.

Polling Percentage or Votes

1996

Digen Chandra Borah (AGP)

53.55% (41065 votes)

2001

Gautam Bora (INC)

43.53% (35078 votes)

2006

Gautam Bora (INC)

33661 votes

2011

Gautam Bora (INC)

39.92% (40950 votes)

2016

Angoorlata Deka (BJP)

37.61% (46343 votes)

Political Parties Percentage Vote Share in the Last Election

During the Assembly Election of Batadroba Constituency of 2016, Angoorlata Deka of BJP emerged as a winner of the MLA seat by securing 37.61% of votes. Gautam Bora of INC was the runner with 32.83%. There is a candidate from AIUDF named, Najir Uddin Ahmed who secure 26.8% of votes in the third position. In the fourth position, an independent candidate (IND) named Rajashree Bora secured 0.67% of votes. And the last position was given to None of The Above (NOTA) with total votes of 0.64%.

Participant Candidate in Last Election & Result (Winner & Loser)

The candidates who contested during the Assembly Election of Assam 2016 are Angoorlata Deka of BJP, Gautam Bora of INC, Najir Uddin Ahmed of AIUDF, Rajashree Bora of IND, and None of The Above (NOTA). The winner of the 2016 Assembly Election was Angoorlata Deka of BJP with 46343 votes, whereas the last position was given to None of The Above (NOTA) with total votes of 792.

Projects Announced in the run-up to the Elections

For the forthcoming Assembly Election of Assam 2021, all the political and regional parties have given their manifestos in front of the public to take the public into confidence and win the upcoming 2021 Assembly Election. The present state government has already provided 2.5 lakhs with each to around 8000 Namgarhs which are near about 50-year-old and further they have also promised to extend benefits to other Namgarhs. Recently, they have also provided land pattas to native landless people, and further, they have safeguarded the rice, land, and hearth of the native people. Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal believes that people are with the present-led state government and ensures equitable development of the valleys of Brahmaputra and Barak.

The Congress leader Rahul Gandhi mentioned that once they win the forthcoming election, they will build a memorial in respect to Anti-CAA. Not only Rahul Gandhi but including the other Congress leaders have also tweeted the same.


The AIUDF makes people's manifesto regarding the non-implementation of CAA and promised that their main objective is to always oppose the bill which is a threat to Assam's community. AIUDF also promises to look after the minorities and deal with the issues of illegal immigrants as per the guidelines enlisted in the Assam Treaty.

The parties like AJP and Raijor Dal are to coordinate with the people of Assam irrespective of their native tongue, religion, caste, tribe, etc. AJP and Raijor Dal are with the people of Assam and for the people of Assam so it has come forward to give regional politics a new force. Both parties' agenda is to stop the implementation of CAA in Assam. All the political parties including the regional parties like AJP and Raijor Dal are also energetically making preparations to contest for the ongoing and upcoming Assembly Election of Assam, 2021.

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