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Naoboicha Constituency - Populations, Polling Percentage, Parties Manifesto, Last Election Results

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

Naoboicha Constituency - Populations, Polling Percentage, Parties Manifesto, Last Election Results

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  15 March 2021 2:03 PM GMT

Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

Naoboicha Assembly Constituency is in Lakhimpur district and falls under Lakhimpur Lok Sabha Constituency. It bears the constituency number 110. Naoboicha Assembly Constituency is in the Lakhimpur district of Assam and falls under Lakhimpur Assembly Constituency. The current MLA of Naoboicha is Mamum Imdadul Haque Chowdhury of AIDUF.


Parliamentary Constituency:

Lakhimpur Lok Sabha constituency covers Dhemaji, Dibrugarh, Jorhat, Lakhimpur and Tinsukia districts of Assam. The current MP of the constituency is Pradan Baruah of BJP.


District:

Lakhimpur district is in Upper Assam and has its administrative headquarters in North Lakhimpur. The district's population is 10,42,137 which includes 5,29,674 males and 5,12,463 females.

TOTAL POPULATION

MALE

FEMALE

10,42,137

5,29,674

5,12,463


Number of towns:

The constituency has no towns since 100% of its area is rural.


Number of inhabited Villages:

About 141 villages are under Naobaicha Assembly Constituency.


Assembly Status:

The current MLA of Naoboicha is Mamun Imdadul Haque Chowdhury of AIDUF.


Total Population:

The constituency's population is 304458, and 100% of it is rural. Major villages are Dijoo Pathar, Konwarpur and No.2 Barchala.


Water Connection:

Naoboicha assembly constituency has water facilities of Over Hand Tank (OHT) and tap water from a treated source. The residents of Naoboicha also enjoy the facilities of tube wells and boreholes. There is also an availability of fire-fighting services at Naoboicha.

Street light:

There is domestic electrification at Naoboicha. The availability of industrial and commercial electrification and road lighting is evident at a few points of Naoboicha.

Demography in the Constituency:

About 76.49% of the population are Hindus while 18.57% of the population are Muslims. The population consists of a good number of people who speak Assamese, Mishing and Bengali.


Caste & Tribes in the Constituency:

The constituency's Scheduled Caste ratio is 8.04 and Schedule Tribe ratio is 8.74.


Top Cities in the Constituency:

There are no cities in the constituency since 100% of its area is rural.


Male/female Electoral Distribution:

The overall count of electorates is 184078, which includes 94220 male electorates and 89858 female electorates.

TOTAL ELECTORATES

MALE

FEMALE

184078

94220

89858

Polling Percentage for Last Elections:

The constituency's polling percentage in Lok Sabha Election in 2019 was 84.2%, while it was 88.04% in the 2016 Assam Assembly Election.

LOK SABHA 2019

84.2%

ASSAM ASSEMBLY ELECTION 2016

88.04%

Result of Last Five Assembly Elections:

YEAR

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

%OF VOTE

1996

MANI KT SUBBA

INC

23800

2001

SULTAN SADIK

INDEPENDENT

29813

2006

SANJAY RAJ SUBA

INDEPENDENT

44869

2011

SANJAY RAJ SUA

INC

33946

2016

MAMUN IMDADUL HAQUE CHAWDHURY

AIUDF

56003

1. In the 1996 Assam Assembly Election, Mani kr Subba of INC won with 23800 total votes .

2. In the 2001 Assam Assembly Election, Sultan Sadik an independent candidate won with 44869 total votes .

3. In the 2006 Assam Assembly Election, Sanjay Raj Subba an independent candidate won with 44869 total votes .

4. In the 2011 Assam Assembly Election, Sanjay Raj Subba of INC won with 33946 total votes .

5. In the 2016 Assam Assembly Election, Mamun Imdadul Haque Chawdhury of AIUDF won with 56003 total votes .

Percentage Vote share of political parties in the last election:

In the Assam Assembly Election of 2016, Mamun Imdadul Haque Chowdhury of AIDUF won with 34.52% of votes. The runner up was Rao Gajendra Singh of BJP with 33.76% of votes. Sanjay Raj Subba of INC secured 20.87% of votes, Jayanta Khaund of AGP secured 4.97% of votes and Anupam Chutia of SUCI secured 0.45% of votes. Independent candidates Simanta Boruah, Pawan Majhu Sautal, Saheba Ahmed, Dr Debabrat Gogoi, Sofiqul Islam and Dilwar Hussain secured 1.72%, 1.53%, 0.51%, 0.45%, 0.39%, 0.32% and 0.23% of votes, respectively. 0.72% of votes were given to "None of the Above".

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

% OF VOTES

MAMUN IMDADUL HAQUE CHOWDHURY

AIUDF

34.52%

RAO GAJENDRA SINGH

BJP

33.76%

SANJAY RAJ SUBBA

INC

20.87%

JAYANTA KHAUND

AGP

4.97%

ANUPAM CHETIA

SUCI

0.45%

SIMANTA BORUAH

INDEPENDENT

1.72%

PAWAN MAJHU SAUTAL

INDEPENDENT

1.53%

SAHEBA AHMED

INDEPENDENT

0.51%

DR DEBABRAT GOGOI

INDEPENDENT

0.45%

SOFIQUL ISLAM

INDEPENDENT

0..39%

DILWAR HUSSAIN

INDEPENDENT

0.32%

NOTE OF THE ABOVE

0.72%




Participated Candidates in the last election and result:

The candidates who contested in the Assam Assembly Election of 2016 were Mamun Imdadul Haque Chowdhury of AIDUF, Rao Gajendra Singh of BJP, Sanjay Raj Subba of INC, Jayanta Khaund of AGP, Anupam Chutia of SUCI and independent candidates Simanta Boruah, Pawan Majhu Sautal, Saheba Ahmed, Dr Debabrat Gogoi, Sofiqul Islam and Dilwar Hussain. Finally, Mamun Imdadul Haque Chowdhury of AIDUF won with 34.52% of votes.

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