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

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

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

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The place well known for its scenic beauty 'Rangapara' is a township under the Sonitpur district/region of Assam, India. People dwelling in this town use Assamese, Bodo, Bengali for communicating with one another. Assamese is regarded as an official language here. Rangapara is the 126th Assembly of the Assembly Constituencies of Assam. It also forms a part/structure of the Tezpur Lok Sabha/Parliamentary Constituency.


Rangapara Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

The Assam Legislative/Assembly comprises 126 Members of the Legislative Assembly. Rangapara is one of the 126 constituencies. 74 is the constituency number of Rangapara.


Parliamentary Constituency:

The overall number of Parliamentary Constituencies is 542 in India. The General category's seat distribution, Scheduled Castes and Scheduled Tribes are 441, 84 and 47, respectively. Rangapara Assembly Constituency is a part of the Tezpur Lok Sabha/Parliamentary Constitution. Rangapara Assembly Constituency is not reserved for any of the reserved or minority categories.


District :

Rangapara is a township and a municipality in the Sonitpur district of Assam, India. Sonitpur is an authoritative district/region of Assam. The district/region headquarter is located at Tezpur. In consonance with Census India 2011, the district covers a geographical area of 308.12 hectares. In Sonitpur district/region, there are 7 Revenue Tehsils/Circles and 14 Community Development Blocks. Sonitpur, also known as ' the city of blood' region, is usually the third most populous region of Assam after Dhubri and Nagaon. It is the geographical pocket of Assam, with inhabitants of around 1,924,110 people. It is the home to the famous 'Nameri National Park'.The demographical history of Sonitpur region is not stable and undeviating. It is because many diverse ethnic, religious and linguistic communities reside in Sonitpur.


No. of Towns in Rangapara Constituency:

The nearest town/city to Rangapara is Dhekiajuli, and the distance between the two is about 20.0Kilo meters. Mangaldoi, Tezpur and Dhing are the neighbouring towns/cities with a distance/length of 21.4KM, 24.7KM and 45.1KM, respectively.

Assembly Status:

The Legislative/Assembly Election of Rangapara Constituency had 1,36,999 electors. Amongst them, the overall valid votes were 1,17,485. Before the Assembly/Legislative Election of Assam 2016, Bharatiya Janata Party candidate Pallab Lochan Das won the MLA seat, with 51,597 votes. The Indian National Congress candidate Bhimananda Tanti was the runner-up with 28,606 votes.


Total Population Rangapara:

As stated by Census record 2011, Rangapara has a total inhabitant of around 18,393 people, out of which 9,485 are male, and 8,908 are female.


No. of. Households:

Rangapara TC (Town Committee) and a municipality under the Sonitpur district/region has 4,243 families/houses into its arena.


Water Connection:

Rangapara is a barony and also a Municipality Council. It provides vital/primary facilities and provisions to its administration and supplies amenities like proper water and drainage system for every household.


Religious groups/Demography in the Constitution:

Communities residing in the Constituency are Hindus, Muslims and Christians, majorly. Their percentage share is about 89.71%, 8.02% and 0.86%, respectively. The other part of the population flourishing in the Constituency are Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and other religion. Here's the table given below :

Religion

Total

Male

Female

Hindu

16,500

(89.71%)

8,492

8,008

Muslim

1,476

(8.02%)

792

684

Christian

158

(0.86%)

70

88

Caste & Tribes in the Constituency:

Rangapara Township Committee has natives of around 18,393 people. 9.8% are Scheduled Castes. Scheduled Tribes constitute about 4.7%.

Castes

Total

Male

Female

Schedule Caste

1,798

921

877

Schedule Tribe

871

432

439

Top Three Cities Under Constitution:

The top three cities under the Constituency are Dhekiajuli, Mangaldoi and Tezpur. And the distance/ length between the top three cities from Rangapara is about 20.0KM, 21.4KM and 24.7KM, respectively.


Male/Female Electoral Distribution:

As per India's Election Commission, Rangapara witnesses a figure of 1,27,368 registered voters. It comprises of 64,668 males and 62,700 females.


Sex Ratio:

As reported by the Census 2011, the sex/gender ratio of Rangapara is 939 females/women per 1000 male/men.

Age Group Distribution:

10 percent out of the Rangapara Constituency population is under six years of age.


Polling Percentage for the Last Three Years:

Rangapara Assembly Constituency witnessed a polling percentage of 59.01% during the Lok Sabha/Parliamentary elections, 2019. Secondly, during the Assembly/Legislative Election of Assam 2016, it witnessed 43.92%. Thirdly, it saw a polling percentage of 40.06% during the Lok Sabha/Parliamentary Election, 2014.

Here's the chart below :


Last Five Election Result:

Prior to the 1996 and 2001 Assembly Elections of Assam, a candidate Bhimananda Tanti of the Indian National Congress had won the Assembly seat twice with 32,555 and 40,043 votes. In the 2006 Assembly Election of Assam, a candidate Abhijit Hazarika of Bharatiya Janata Party, won the election with 31,664 votes and became the MLA. Before, in the 2011 Assembly Election of Assam, the Indian National Congress candidate Bhimananda Tanti won the Assembly seat with 40,364 votes. Prior to the previous year election, a candidate Pallab Lochan Das of Bharatiya Janata Party won the MLA seat against Bhimananda Tanti with 51,597 votes. Now Pallab Lochan Das is the current MLA of Rangapara Constituency. Here is a table showing the information below:

Year

Candidate

Party

Total Vote

2016

Pallab Lochan Das

BJP

51597

2011

Bhimananda Tanti

INC

40364

2006

Abhijit Hazarika

BJP

31664

2001

Bhima Tanti

INC

40043

1996

Bhimananda Tanti

INC

32555

Percentage Vote Share of Political Parties in the Last Election:

In the Assam Legislative Election of 2016, Pallab Lochan Das of Bharatiya Janata Party appeared as a winner of the MLA seat by securing 43.92% of votes. Bhimananda Tanti of the Indian National Congress was the runner up with 24.35% votes. A candidate from AIUDF named Bijoy Kumar Tiru, secured 11.3% votes and achieved the third position. A candidate from CPM named Royal Soreng secured in the fourth with 6.84% votes. While in the last position an IND candidate named Christopher Dhanwar with only 5.46%. However, the difference is not much from the above three candidates. Here is a table below showing the percentage shared of the votes between the parties :

Candidate Name Party Percentage Share

Following are some of the candidates ..

CandidatesPartyVote %

Pallab Lochan Das

BJP

43.92%

Bhimananda Tanti

INC

24.35%

Bijoy Kumar Tiru

AIUDF

6.84%

Royal Soreng

CPM

6.84%

Christopher Dhanwar

IND5..46%


Candidate Name

Party

Percentage Share

Pallab Lochan Das

BJP

43.92%

Bhimananda Tanti

INC

24.35%

Bijoy Kumar Tiru

AIUDF

11.3%

Royal Soreng

CPM

6.84%

Christopher Dhanwar

IND

5.46%

Candidate in Last Election & Result (Winner & Loser):

The candidates of the last/previous (2016) election are Pallab Lochan Das of Bharatiya Janata Party, Bhimananda Tanti of the Indian National Congress, Bijoy Kumar Thru of AIUDF, Royal Soreng of CPM and Christopher Dhanwar of IND. The winner of the last/previous Election was Pallab Lochan Das of the Bharatiya Janata Party with 51,597 votes, whereas Christopher Dhanwar of IND has secured the last position with only 6,415 votes. Here is the table below :

Position

Candidate Name

Party

Total Votes

1

Pallab Lochan Das

BJP

51597

2

Bhimananda Tanti

INC

28606

3

Bijoy Kumar Tiru

AIUDF

13281

4

Royal Soreng

CPM

8033

5

Christopher Dhanwar

IND

6415

Projects Announced in the run-up to the Elections for the Constituencies:

The Prime Minister of India Narendra Modi has launched 'Asom Mala' programme in Sonitpur district/region. Its main agenda/aim is to improve and manage the areas's basic infrastructures and look after the improvements of the State in various fields. In Biswanath Region of Sonitpur district/region, PM Narendra Modi and other Bharatiya Janata Party leaders have also inaugurated the premise of Hospitals and medical colleges. For the impending Assam Election 2021, all the political and regional parties have laid/given out their manifestos, and the present state government have already provided 2.5 lakhs with each to around 8000 Namgarhs which are near about 50-year-old. Further, they have also promised to extend benefits to other Namgarhs. The Chief Minister of Assam SarbanandaSonowal believes that people/public are with the Bharatiya Janata Party and ensures equitable growth of the Brahmaputra and Barak valleys.

The Indian National Congress leader, Rahul Gandhi revealed that if they win the forthcoming/upcoming polls, they will build an anti-CAA memorial. Not only Rahul Gandhi but also many INC leaders including MPs Gaurav Gogoi, Pradyut Bordoloi, APCC president Ripun Bora, Congress Legislative leader DebabrataSaikia have tweeted the same.

The AIUDF made manifestos regarding the non-implementation of CAA and promised that the parties agenda will always be 'to oppose the bill'. AIUDF also promises to safeguard the security/certainty of the minorities and deal with the issues of unauthorized emigrant in accordance to the guidelines of the Assam Treaty.

The parties like AJP and Raijor dal is to coordinate with the citizens of Assam irrespective of their native tongue, religion, caste, tribe etc. AJP and Raijor Dal are a regional party for the inhabitants of Assam so, it has come forward to give regional politics a new force. Both parties agenda is to break of the implementation/formation of CAA in Assam.

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