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

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

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

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  16 March 2021 10:47 AM GMT

Dhing is a small township located in the Nagaon district/region of Assam. The official languages of Dhing are Bodo, Assamese, Bengali.

Dhing Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

Dhing is among the 126 assembly constituencies of Assam. Its constituency no. is 83 and it forms a part of Kaliabor Lok Sabha Constituency.


Parliamentary Constituency :

The Parliamentary Constituencies in 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. Dhing Assembly Constituency is a partof the Kaliabor Lok SabhaConstitution. Dhing is one of the 10 assembly segments of Kaliabor Parliament Seat. There is no reservation for any reserved category.


District:

Dhing, a small township falls under Nagaon district. Nagaon district is an authoritative district. Its headquarter is at Nagaon. To the Northern side of Nagaon is the mighty Brahmaputra and Sonitpur district, towards South there is Karbi Anglong region and the beautiful hills of North Cachar and towards the East there is Golaghat and East Karbi Anglong.

No. of Towns & Villages:

The nearest town or city to Dhing is Nagaon, and the distance between these places is about 28.0 KM. Dhing has over 101 villages.


Assembly Status :

During the Assembly Election of 2016, Dhing had 188167 electors. Amongst them, the overall valid voters were 173259. In the 2011 Assembly Election of Assam, AIUDF candidate Aminul Islam won the MLA seat, with 82786 votes and became MLA, whereas INC candidate Anwar Hussain was the runner-up with 58233 votes.


Total Population & No. of Households:

According to the Census of 2011, Dhing Town Committee has a population of around 330,491 people. Dhing Circle comprises 62,224 houses.




Water Connection:

Dhing Town Committee (TC) provides basic facilities to its administration and supplies amenities like proper water and sewerage system for every household.


Street Light:

The access to the street light and the no. of households using electricity in the rural/urban areas shows the welfare development of the region. In accordance with the village overview, it is noted that throughout the years there are improvements in the access to electricity to every household in Dhing Circle.


Municipality Reach:


Demography in Dhing Constituency:

More than half of the communities residing in the constituency are Hindus, Muslim and Christian, where the percentage share is about 83.15%, 16.17% and 0.12%, respectively. Less than half of the residents residing in the constituency are Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and other religions. Here's the table given below :

Town

Population

Hindu

Muslim

Christian

Dhing

19.225

83.15%

16.17%

0.12%

Caste & Tribes in Dhing Constituency:

Dhing has a population of 330,491, among them about 1.5% of the residents are Scheduled Caste. and 1.1% are Scheduled Tribes.

Total

Male

Female

Schedule Caste

4,996

2,577

2,419

Schedule Tribe

3,690

1,837

1,853

Top City Under Dhing Constituency:

There are no cities under this constituency.

Male/Female Electoral Distribution :

According to the Election Commission of India, Dhing Circle has about 150020 registered voters. It comprises 77237 males and 72783 females.

Sex Ratio:

According to the 2011 Census Report, the sex ratio of Dhing is 948 females per 1000 males.

Age Group Distribution:

In Dhing Assembly Constituency, about 19% of the population is under six years of age.

Total

Male

Female

Children Age (0-6)

63,85

32,757

31,094

Last Thee Years Polling Percentage:

Dhing Assembly Constituency witnessed a polling percentage o f 90.39% in the 2019 Lok Sabha elections. Secondly, in the 2016 Legislative Assembly election it witnessed about 47.78% and thirdly, it saw a polling percentage of 53.65% in the 2014 Lok Sabha Election.

Last Five Elections Result:

In the 1996 Assembly election, a candidate Mustafa Shahidul Islam of INC had won the Assembly seat with 40254 votes. In the 2001 Assembly Election, a candidate Idris Ali of INC won the assembly seat with 49703 votes. In the following 2006 Assam Assembly Election, a candidate Mubarak Ali Pathan of AIUDF won the election with 44858 votes and became the MLA. In the following 2011 and 2016 Assam Assembly Election, a candidate Aminul Islam of AIUDF won the assembly seat with 72457 and 82786 votes respectively. Now Aminul Islam of AIUDF is the current MLA of Dhing Assembly Constituency. Here's the table below for detailed information :

Assam Assembly Election (year-wise)

Party Name

Candidate's name

Won by no of votes or %

1996

INC

Mustafa Shahidul Islam

40254

2001

INC

Idris Ali

49703

2006

AIUDF

Mubarak Ali Pathan

44858

2011

AIUDF

Aminul Islam

72457

2016

AIUDF

Aminul Islam

82786

Political Parties Percentage Vote Share of the in Last Election

In the assembly election of 2016, Aminul Islam of AIUDF emerged as a winner of the assembly seat by securing 47.78% of votes. Anwar Hussain of INC was the runner with 33.61% votes. There is a candidate from IND named Muzibur Rahman, who secured 10.28% votes in the third position. In the fourth, a BJP candidate (IND) named, Mukut Kumar Debnath secured 5.17% of votes only. And the last position was given to None of The Above (NOTA) with 0.78% of votes only. Here's the table below that shows the percentage share of the votes between the parties :

Candidates Name

Party of the Candidates

Percentage

Aminul Islam

AIUDF

47.78%

Anwar Hussain

IINC

33.61%

Muzibur Rahman

Independent

  1. 28%

Mukut Kumar Debnath

BJP

5.17%

None Of The Above

NOTA

0.78%

Participant Candidates in Last Election & Result:

The candidate who contested in the 2016 Assembly Election is Aminul Islam of AIUDF, Anwar Hussain of INC, Muzibur Rahman of IND, Mukut Kumar Debnath of BJP, and None of The Above (NOTA). The winner of the 2016 Assembly Election was Aminul Islam of AIUDF with 82786 total votes, whereas None of The Above (NOTA) secured the last position with only 1358 votes.

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