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

Check Moran constituency - No. of Household, Population, Winner/Runner-up in Last elections & Vote Percentage & more.

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

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  15 March 2021 6:26 PM GMT

Moran is a town in the district of Dibrugarh of the Indian State of Assam which is located at 27.18N and 94.93E. it is an industrial town and has major oil fields and is a great contributor of tea producing areas. It is a part of the Dibrugarh Lok Sabha Constituency.


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Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

Moran belong to the constituency number 115 of the 126 constituencies of the legislative assembly of Assam in India and is a part of Dibrugarh Parliamentary Constituency. These assemblies are in Dibrugarh (6), Margherita (1), Tinsukia (2) districts.

Chakradhar Gogoi of BJP party won the Vidhan Sabha Election in 2016 with the maximum number of votes and the runner up was Paban Singh Ghatowar of the INC party with 54571 votes.


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Parliamentary Consultancy

Parliamentary constituency is made up of 9 assembly constituency segment including Dibrugarh (6), Margherita (1), Tinsukia (2). Rameswar Teli of BJP party won the Lok Sabha Election of 2019 from this seat.

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District

Moran district occupies an area of 3381 km and with a population of 1,326,335 number. It is a huge area with a sex ratio of 952 females per 1000 male. Surrounded by Dhemaji on the north and Tinsukia district on the east, Tirap district of Arunachal Pradesh on the south-east and Sibsagar on north and south-west.

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No. Of Towns

There are 307 villages and 1 town in Moran circle of the Dibrugarh district. Moran town is the main town where the heart of the city lies.


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Assembly Status

Moran is an assembly constituency from Assam and the latest election was held in 2016 and was won by BJP named Chakradhar Gogoi by defeating Paban Singh Ghatowarfrom INC with a vote of 16,231 number.

In the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections, Rameswar Teli won from Moran Lok Sabha (MP) seat defeating Paban Singh Ghatowar from INC with a vote share of 62556.

Moran Assembly Election Results (2016)

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

VOTES

VOTE %

CHAKRADHAR GOGOI

BJP

54,571

54.13%

PABAN SINGH GHATOWAR

INC

38,340

38.03%

ASHPK KUMAR URANG

IND

2322

2.3%

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TotalL Population

As per Census of 2011, it has a population of 169759, of which 86,247 are males while 83,512are females.

TOTAL POPULATION

MALE

FEMALE

1,69,759

86,247

83,512


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No. Of Households

The town has altogether an administration over a total of 35,160 houses to which it supplies basic amenities in the circle

Constituency Religious Groups/Demography

According to the official census of 2011, Hindus are a majority in Moran Constituency. The total population of Moran is 169,759 according to census 2011 where Hindus constitute 91.56% of the total population.

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Caste & Tribes in Moran Constituency

The Scheduled Tribe (ST) constitutes around 12.7 % of the total population while Scheduled Caste (SC) are 1.5 % in Moran town.

Top 3 Cities in The Constituency

Top three cities near Moran are Dibrugarh, Sivasagar and Jorhat.


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Male/Female Electoral Distribution

The total number of women voters recorded in the election 2019 was 77.81% where as 49.72% Men turned out to vote. The total number of women voters were 2,28,750 out of which 1,77,999 voters turned out to exercise their voting rights


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Sex Ratio

In Moran Constituency the female Sex Ratio is of 933 against state average of 958. The Child Sex Ratio in Moran is 950 which compared to Assam state average is 962, so for every 1000 men there are 962 women in Moran circle.


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Age Group Distribution

The number of total populations of the district is 169759 of which the population of children of age group 0-6 years comprises of 9.65% of the total population which accounts to a number of 814. The census 2011 gives us a ratio of child sex at Moran to 773 compared to Assam state average of 962.

Performance in Last 5 Elections


1.) In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, Rameswar Teli of the BJP became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 62556 and Paban Singh Ghatowar of INC stood second gaining 33395 votes.

2.) In the 2016 Moran Legislative Assembly election, Chakradhar Gogoi of the BJP became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 54,571 and Paban Singh Ghatowar of INC stood second gaining 38,340 votes.

3.) In the 2014 Lok Sabha election, Rameswar Teli of the BJP became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 44137 and Paban Singh Ghatowar of INC stood second gaining 39086 votes.

4.) In the 2011 Moran Legislative Assembly election, Jibontara Ghatowar of the INC became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 47,143 and Sunil Rajkonwar of AGP stood second gaining 17,650 votes.

5.) In the 2009 Lok Sabha election, Paban Singh Ghatowar of INC became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 39,411 and Sarbananda Sonowal stood second gaining 34047 votes.

Lok Sabha Election

YEAR

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

VOTE

2019

RAMESWAR TELI

BJP

62556

2014

RAMESWAR TELI

BJP

44137

2009

PABAN SINGH GHATOWAR

INC

39,411

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Result Of Last Five Election


1) In the 2016 Moran Legislative Assembly election, Chakradhar Gogoiof the BJP became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 54,571 and Paban Singh Ghatowar of INC stood second gaining 38,340 votes.

2) In the 2011 Moran Legislative Assembly election, JibontaraGhatowar of the INC became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 47,143 and Sunil Rajkonwar of AGP stood second gaining 17,650 votes.

3) In the 2006 Moran Legislative Assembly election, JibantaraGhatowar of the INC became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 39,622 and Parag Jyoti Baruah of AGP stood second gaining 26,267 votes.

4) In the 2001 Moran Legislative Assembly election, Sarbananda Sonowal of the AGP became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 27,777 and JibontaraGhatowar of INC stood second gaining 26,927 votes.

5) In the 1996 Moran Legislative Assembly election, Joy Chandra Nagbanshi of the INC became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 27,181 and Kiron Kumar Gogoi of AGP stood second gaining 26,919 votes.

Moran Past Election Results

Assam Assembly Legislative Assembly

YEAR

CANDIDAT E NAME

PARTY

VOTES

VOTE %

1996

JOY CHANDRA NAGBANSHI

INC

27,181

43%

2001

SARBANANDA SONOWAL

AGP

27,777

41%

2006

JIBANTARA GHATOWAR

INC

39,622

46%

2011

JIBANTARA

GHATOWAR

INC

47,143

57%

2016

CHAKRADHAR GOGOI

BJP

54,571

83%

  1. In the 1996 Assam Assembly Election, Joy Chandra Nagban of INC won with 27,181 total votes .
  2. In the 2001 Assam Assembly Election, Sarbananada Sonowal of AGP won with 27,777total votes .
  3. In the 2006 Assam Assembly Election, Jibantara Ghatowar of INC won with 39,622 total votes .
  4. In the 2011 Assam Assembly Election, Jibantara Ghatowar of INC won with 47,143 total votes .
  5. In the 2016 Assam Assembly Election, Chakradhar Gogoi of BJP won with 54,571 total votes .

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PERCENTAGE VOTE SHARE OF POLITICAL PARTY IN LAST ELECTION

This is the percentage of votes secured by different political parties in the last Lok Sabha Election 2019 at Moran BJP securing 63.05%, INC securing 33.66%, IND securing 0.96% and others respectively.

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CANDIDATES IN LAST ELECTION & RESULT (WINNER AND LOOSER)

The winner of the 2016 Moran Legislative Assembly election was Chakradhar Gogoiof the BJP who became the MLA from the Moran Constituency with a vote of 54,571 and Paban Singh Ghatowar of INC stood second gaining 38340 votes.

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

VOTES

%

CHAKRADHAR GOGOI

BJP

54,571

54.13%

PABAN SINGH GHATOWAR

INC

38,340

38.03

WORK DONE IN LAST 5 YEARS BY THE CANDIDATE

MLA of MoranMr. CHAKRADHAR GOGOI is compassionate politician working for the people in Upper Assam. He has been a constant support for the people of the Moran Constituency. Apart from being a politician, he involves himself in social andcultural activities. He also works as an NGO Worker and is a member of RSS, Asom Sahitya Sabha and Tai Sahitya Sabha. Recently during Covid-19 times, hehopes for anindependent India by distributed some handlooms to women in Moran.


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