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

Check Behali assembly constituency - No. of Household, Population, Winner/Runner-up in Last elections & Vote Percentage & more in Assam Assembly Elections.

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

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Behali Constituency at a Glance

Behali is under the Sonitpur district of Assam. Behali is also one of the 126 assemblies of the Assam Legislative Assembly and it also forms a part of the Tezpur Lok Sabha Constituency. Some of the nearest towns to Behali are Tezpur, Naharlagun (Arunachal Pradesh) and Golaghat. Its pinched is 784001.


Behali Assembly Constituency : Name & Number:

Behali is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of the Legislative Assembly of Assam. Its constituency No. is 77 and it forms a part of Tezpur Lok Sabha Constituency.


Parliamentary Constituency :

Behali Assembly Constitution is a General category assembly seat. There is no Assembly seat reserved for the minority groups or other reserved category.



District :

Behali is a village located in the Sonitpur district of Assam, India. Sonitpur is an authoritative district in the state of Assam. The district headquarter is located in Tezpur. As per Census India

2011, the district covers a geographical area of 308.12 hectares. Its population is 87,951 which includes 44,775 male and 43,176 females.


No. of. Towns/Tourist Destinations

Some of the nearest town/city to Behali are Tezpur, Itanagar, Naharlagun and Golaghat. And some of the nearby important tourist destinations are Kaziranga National Park, Itanagar, Tezpur, Yupia, Nameri National Park.

Nearest Town/City

Nearest Tourist Destinations

Tezpur, Itanagar, Naharlagun & Golaghat

Kaziranga National Park, Nameri National Park, Yupia



Behali Assembly Status

In the 2016 Assembly election, the Behali constituency had a total of 107746 electors. Amongst them, the total number of valid votes was 92796. In the 2016 Assembly Election, BJP candidate Ranjit Dutta won the Assembly seat, with a total of 52152 votes and became MLA, where INC candidate Rupak Sarma was the runner-up with a total of 28551 votes. Therefore he lost the MLA seat by 23601 votes.

Total Population of Behali

Behali is located in the Sonitpur district of Assam, India. As per Census India 2011, Behali has a total population of 87,951 which includes 44,775 male and 43.176 female.


No. of. Households :

Behali is a medium-sized village located in the Sonitpur district with a total of 18,050 families residing.


Water Connection :

Behali Assembly Constituency has water supply and sanitation facilities. Behali's households also have access to tube wells and boreholes.


Municipality Reach :

Behali's Municipal Board is in Sonitpur, Assam.


Top Cities in the Constituency

There are no cities in the Behali constituency.

Male/Female Electoral Distribution :

According to the Election Commission of India, Behali has 97535 registered voters. It comprises 50771 males and 46764 females.




Sex Ratio :

As per Census of 2011, the sex ratio of Behali is 925, where the male and female sex ratio are 51939 and 48039 respectively.


Age Group Distribution :

In Behali Assembly Constitution around 12.70% population is under six years of age.

Last Three Years ofPolling Percentage:

1. Behali Assembly Constitution witnessed a polling percentage of 57.41% during the Lok Sabha elections of 2019.

2. In the 2016 Legislative Assembly Constitution election it saw a polling percentage of 56.2% .

3. In the 2014 Lok Sabha elections it witnessed a polling percentage of 45.77%.

Here's the chart below :

Election

Year

Polling Percentage

Lok Sabha Election

2019

57.41%

State Assembly Election

2016

56.2%

Lok Sabha Election

2014

45.77%.

Result of Last Five Election:

Here the below table is the detailed information

  • 1. In the 1996 Assembly election, the candidate Barnabash Tanti of INC had won the Assembly seat with a total of 18535 votes.
  • 2. In the 2001 Assembly Election, the candidate Ranjit Dutta of BJP won the assembly seat with a total of 33348 votes.
  • 3. In the following Assembly Election of 2006, the candidate Ranjit Dutta of BJP was again the winner with total votes of 28633 votes.
  • 4. In the 2011 Assam Assembly Election, the candidate Pallab Lochan das of INC secured the highest vote of 40798 and became the MLA.
  • 5. In the Assembly Election 2016, again the winner candidate of 2001 and 2006 Ranjit Dutta of BJP won against Pallab Lochan Das with 52152 votes and became MLA of Behali Constituency.

Here the below table is the detailed information :

YEAR

CANDIDATE

PARTY

TOTAL VOTES

2016

Ranjit Dutta

BJP

52152

2011

Pallab Lochan

INC

40798

2006

Ranjit Dutta

BJP

28633

2001

Ranjit Dutta

BJP

33348

1996

Barnabash Tanti

INC

18535

Political Party Vote Percentage Share in the Last Election :

The percentage of the winning party that is the BJP party is 56.2% whereas the lowest is around 1.7% of the IND party. Whereas, INC candidate Rupak Sarma secured a percentage of around 30.77% and became the runner-up. And the rest, CPI(ML)(L) and NOTA secured third and fourth position respectively, with 8.65% and 2.69% of votes. Here's the table given below for detailed information :

Candidate Name

Party

Percentage Share

Ranjit Dutta

BJP

56.2%

Rupak Sarma

INC

30.77%

Bibek Das

CPI(ML)(L)

8.65%

None Of The Above

NOTA

2.69%

Zulfikar Hussain

IND

1.7%

Participated Candidate in Last Election and Result (Winner & Loser)

The candidates of the last election are Ranjit Dutta of BJP, Rupak Sarma of INC, Bibek Das of CPI (ML)(L), None of The Above (NOTA) and the last Zulfikar Hussain of IND. The winner of the last Election was Ranjit Dutta of BJP with 52152 total votes whereas Zulfikar Hussain of IND has secured the least position with only 1573 votes.

Here below the following table:

2016 ASSEMBLY ELECTION, BEHALI CONSTITUENCY

Total electors = 107746

Valid Votes =92796

PARTY

CANDIDATE

VOTES

BJP

Ranjit Dutta

52152

INC

Rupak Sarma

28551

Bibek Das

CPI(ML)(L)

8025

None Of The Above

NOTA

2495

Zulfikar Hussain

IND

1573

Work done in the last Five years :

Behali's MLA Ranjit Dutta, a Cabinet Minister in the Assam government has inaugurated a Model Residential School under the name of Pradhan Mantri Jan Vikas Karyakram. He has been taking projects and initiatives to educate the minority students free of cost with all the modern and basic facilities for the students as well as faculty members.



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