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Doom Dooma Constituency - Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Vote Share, Last Election Results

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

Doom Dooma Constituency - Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Vote Share, Last Election Results

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  17 March 2021 3:51 AM GMT

Another attraction of Tinsukia, Doomdooma, is stationed in the Tinsukia district of Assam, India. This beautiful place is popular for its tea gardens. It is a town, a municipality area and Legislative Assembly Constituency. It is a part of the Lakhimpur Lok Sabha constituency. The town is divided into ten wards. Assamese is the official language of the town.

Doom Dooma Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

The Legislative Assembly contains 126 Legislative Assembly members, directly elected from single -seat Constituencies and holds office for five years. Doomdooma Assembly Constituency is one of the 126 Assembly Constituencies of Assam and bears the Constituency number 125. It also belongs to the Lakhimpur Lok Sabha Constituency.

Parliamentary Constituency

India has a total of 542 number of Parliamentary Constituencies. Seats for the general category is 441, and the seats for the Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes is 84 and 47, respectively. Doomdooma Assembly Constituency falls under the Lakhimpur Lok Sabha Constituency, and no assembly seat for the reserved category is available.

District:

Doomdooma is a town based in the Tinsukia district. Tinsukia district is one district among the 33 Administrative districts in Assam. The headquater of the district is situated in Tinsukia city. The district is an industrial district that produces a sizeable amount of tea, oranges, ginger etc. The oldest oil refinery is situated at Digboi. Tinsukia is about 532 kilometres away from Dispur (the state capital of Assam) by road. Dibrugarh airport is the nearest airport about 40 kilometres away from Tinsukia.

Nearest Airport Dibrugarh: 40 Kilometers from Tinsukia

As per the census report of 2011, the total number of people in the district is 13,27,929. In the district, 47.8% of people spoke Hindi, Assamese, Bengali, Nepali, Bhojpuri, Odia and Missing.

Number of Towns

There are two towns in the Doomdooma circle. They are Doomdooma town and Makum town with 21572 and 16923 people, respectively.

Town

State

Population

Doom Dooma Town Committee

Assam

21, 572

Makum Town Committee

Assam

16,923

Number Of Inhabited Villages

There are about 402 villages in Doomdooma. Ahom Gaon, Ahom Pathar, Ajukha Gaon, Ajukha N.C. No.2, Ajukha N.C. no.2, Amguri Gaon, Amguri Gaon No-1+2, ArhaiMuria Gaon, Asomiya Balijan Gaon and Athengia Gaon are some to name a few.


Assembly Status

In the Assembly election of 2016, the Doomdooma Constituency had 1,23,696 voters. The total voter turnout was 1,03,387. In the 2016 election, Durga Bhumij, who belonged to the Indian National Congress party, won the seat with 46,938 votes by defeating Dilip Moran, a Bharatiya Janata Party candidate with 46,156 votes. The Doomdooma Assembly Constituency is about to go to poll in April-May 2021 as a part of the 2021 Assam Assembly Election.


Total Population of Doom Dooma

Doomdooma is a burg in the Tinsukia district. As per the census report of 2011, the number of people of Doomdooma is 4,16,789, and out of this population, 2,12,255 are males, and 2,04,534 are females. Of the total people, 9.2% live in the urban area, and 90.8% live in rural. The number of literate people in Doomdooma is 2,29,254, of which 1,31,929 are males, and 97,325 are females, and the illiterate people are 1,87,535, 80,326 are male, and 1,07,209 are female. The total number of the working population as per census is 1,73,225, out of which

Number of Households

Doomdooma is a place with a 4,16,789 population. There are 81,443 numbers of households in Doomdooma.


Water Connection

Doomdooma Assembly Constituency has a tap water facility. The people also have access to tube wells and uncovered wells.

Municipality Reach

The basic civic amenities such as water and drainage systems in Doomdooma is provided by Doomdooma municipal board.

Doom Dooma Constituency Demography

Doomdooma has a diversified form of religion. These are Hindus, Christians, Muslims, Buddhists and Jains. The religion with the highest population is the Hindu religion, with 3,77,148 people, of which 1,92,163 are male, and 1,84,985 are female. The Muslim religion has 10,829 people, of which 5,611 are male and 5,218 are female. The Christians have a population of 26,698, of which 13,417 are male, and 13,281 are female, and the Buddhists have a population of 1014, of which 505 are male, and 509 are female.


Cast & Tribes Under Constituency

The total number of Scheduled Castes (SC) living in Doomdooma according to census 2011 is 8,977, out of which 4,615 are male, and 4,362 are female, and Scheduled Tribes (ST) is 22,238, out of which 11,234 are male, and 11,004 are female.

Caste

Total

Male

Female

Schedule Caste

8,977

4615

4,362

Schedule Tribe

22,238

11,234

11,004

Top Three Cities Under The Constituency

There are only two towns under the Doomdooma constituency. They are Doomdooma town & Makum town.

Male/Female Age Distribution

The number of voters in the Doomdooma Constituency is 10,33,887, of which 52,741 are male voters and 50,646 are female voters.


Sex Ratio

The sex ratio of Doomdooma is 964 females per 1000 males. With female population of 204,534 204,534 and male population 212,255. The sex ratio is more than the state sex ratio, 904.


Age Group Distribution

The age group distribution in the area as per the census report of 2011 for the children of age between 0 to 6 is 60,602, of which 30,862 are boys, and 29,740 are girls.


Last Three Years Polling Percentage

The graph given below shows that the winning party for the year 2014, which was the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The winner party of 2016 was the Indian National Congress (INC), and the winner of 2019 was again the Bharatiya Janata Party.

The graph given below shows that the winning party for the year 2014, which was the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP). The winner party of 2016 was the Indian National Congress (INC), and the winner of 2019 was again the Bharatiya Janata Party.


Last Three Assembly Elections Results

In the Assembly election of 1996 and 2001, Dileswar Tanti, who belonged to the Indian National Congress Party (INC), won the election with total votes of 40,505 and 52,846.

In 2006, Durga Bhumij of the Indian National Congress (INC) won the seat with 24,255 votes. Dilip Moran of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was the runner up with 22,259 votes. He lost by 1996 votes.

In 2011, Dilip Moran from the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) won the seat with 31,709 votes by defeating Rupesh Gowala of the Indian National Congress (INC), who got 27053 votes.

In 2016 assembly election, Durga Bhumij belonged to the Indian National Congress Party (INC), won the election with 46,938 votes by defeating Dilip Moran of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP).

Assam Assembly Election Year wise

Party Name

Candidate's name

Won by no of votes or %

1996

INC

Dileswar Tanti

40505

2001

INC

Dileswar Tanti

52846

2006

INC

Durga Bhumij

24255

2011

BJP

Dilip Moran

31709

2016

INC

Durga Bhumij

46938

Political Parties Percentage Vote Share of in Last Election

Durga Bhumij, the winner of the 2016 Assembly Election of the Indian National Congress (IND) Party, got 45.4%, Dilip Moran of the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) was the runner up with 44.64%, Hrishikesh Baruah the Independent (IND) candidate secured 1.43%, Manoj Kumar Sawashi of the JNCP secured 1.4 %, Sarfaraz, the Independent (IND) candidate secured 0.82%, and Isab Hussain, the Independent (IND) candidate secured 0.62%.

Candidates Name

Party of the candidates

Percentage

Durga Bhumij

INC

45.4%

Dilip Moran

BJP

44.64%

Hrishikesh Baruah

Independent

1.43%

Manoj Kumar Sawashi

JNCP

1.4%

Sarfaraz

Independent

0.82%

Isa b Hussain

Independent

0.62%

Participant Candidates in Last Election & Result (Winner & Loosers)

Durga Bhumij, of the Indian National Congress (INC), won the 2016 election with 46,938 votes by defeating a Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) candidate named Dilip Moran, who lost by 782 votes.

Work Done in Last Five Assembly by The Candidates

MLA of Doomdooma, Mr Durga Bhumij constructed a Catholic church for the Christian people, constructed Radha Krishna temple, constructed the connecting bridge under Ranjan Gaon Panchayat, Dori tea garden and Dhamkuda village. He also inaugurated the Namghar tea house and the 150 no. Booth chicken road for reconstruction and repairing.

Schemes/Projects Announced in The Election for Doom Dooma

In the coming Assam Assembly Election 2021, different political parties have laid out their manifestos to the public to win the election. The Congress Party leader, Rahul Gandhi has mentioned that they will build an anti-CAA memorial once they win in the upcoming election. He also talked about it, bringing up a memorial to commemorate anti-CAA protesters' martyrdom who sacrificed their lives to save the 'Assamese pride'.

The manifesto also mentioned all types of microfinance loans for the womenfolk to ease their problems. The party has also promised free electricity up to 120 units for the poor and middle-class people.

Bharatiya Janata Party announced that many vehicles with audiovisual presentations would tour Assam, and the people will express what they want. This party, who had already provided 2.5 lakh with each to around 8000 Namgarhs, also promised to increase the benefits of other Namgarhs. This party also provided land pattas to the landless people. The AIUDF party promised to protect the security of the minorities and solve the issues of illegal immigrants.

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