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

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

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

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Samaguri Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

Samaguri Assembly Constituency is in Nagaon district and falls under Kaliabor Lok Sabha Constituency. The current MLA of Samaguri Assembly Constituency is Rakibul Islam. Samaguri Assembly Constituency is in Nagaon district of Assam and falls under Kaliabor Lok Sabha Constituency. It bears the constituency number 88.

Sitting MLA: Rakibul Hussain (INC)


Parliamentary Constituency

Samaguri Lok Sabha Constituency is a part of the 14 Lok Sabha Constituencies of Assam, which comprises assembly segments such as Sarupathar (94), Golaghat (95), Dergaon (97), Bokakhat (93), Dhing (83), Batadroba (84), Rupohihat (85), Samaguri (88), Kaliabor (89) and Khumtai (96). In the Lok Sabha election of 2019, Gaurav Gogoi, a candidate of the Indian National Congress (INC) had won a seat as the Member of Parliament from Kaliabor Lok Sabha Constituency by defeating Moni Madhab Mahanta from Asom Gana Parishad (AGP).


Number of towns & Inhibited Villages

The town that falls under Samaguri Assembly Constituency is Rupahi town (Census Town) with a population of 8,052. There are about 177 villages are under Samaguri Assembly Constituency. Major villages are Bajia Gaon, Bhagamur, and Borghat.

No. Of TownsNo. Of Villages
8,085177



Assembly Status

The current MLA of Samaguri Assembly Constituency is Rakibul Hussain of INC.


Samaguri Population

According to the Census 2011, the total population of Samaguri is 28,23,768 of which 14,39,112 are males and 13,84,656 are females.

Total Population 2011 Census

Male

14,39,112

Female

13,84,656

Total

28,23,768

Water Connection

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

Street Light

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


Religious Groups/Demography in the Constituency

About 55% of the overall population are Muslims and about 43% of the overall population are Hindus. The languages that are spoken in the area are Assamese, Bengali, and Hindi.


Caste & Tribes in the Samaguri Constituency

The constituency's Scheduled Caste ratio is 12.36 and the Scheduled Tribe ratio is 1.23.

Ratio of Scheduled Caste

12.36

Ratio of Scheduled Tribe

1.23

Top 3 Cities in Constituency

There are no cities in Samaguri Assembly Constituency as 100% of its area is rural.


Male/female Electoral Distribution

The total number of electorates in the Samaguri Assembly Constituency is 132397, where 68757 is the number of male electorates and 63640 is the number of female electorates...

Total Electorates

Male

Female

132397

68757

63640

Sex ratio

Samaguri's average sex ratio is 970 females per thousand males


Age Group Distribution

About 55830 children are under six years in Samaguri Circle, of which 28156 are male and 27674 are female.


Last Three Years Polling Percentage

• The polling percentage in the 2019 Lok Sabha Election was 86.2%.

• The polling percentage in the 2016 Assembly Election was 89.79%.

Result of Last Five Election

In the Assembly Election of 1996, Atul Kumar Sharma of AGP won with 32.04% of votes. In Assembly Elections of 2001, 2006, 2011, and 2016, Rakibul Hussain won with 48.91%, 51.17%, 57.12%, and 51.95% of votes, respectively, and the constituency proved to be a Congress stronghold.

Polling Percentage or Votes

1996

Atul Kumar Sharma (AGP)

32.04% (20770 votes)

2001

Rakibul Hussain (INC)

48.91% (38022 votes)

2006

Rakibul Hussain (INC)

51.17% (51601 votes)

2011

Rakibul Hussain (INC)

57.12% (61332 votes)

2016

Rakibul Hussain (INC)

51.95% (66364 votes)

Political Parties Percentage Vote Share in Last Election

In the 2016 Assembly Election, Rakibul Hussain of INC won with 51.95% of votes. Jitu Gogoi of BJP was the runner-up with 40.59% of votes. Moskur Rahman Choudhury of AIDUF secured 5.26% of the votes. Independent candidates Chitta Ranjan Paul and Pradip Kalita secured 1% and 0.44% of votes, respectively. 0.76% of votes were given to "None of the Above."


Participant Candidates in Last Election & Result

The candidates contesting in 2016 Assembly Election are Rakibul Hussain of INC, Jitu Gogoi of BJP, Moskur Rahman Choudhury of AIDUF, and independent candidates Chitta Ranjan Paul and Pradip Kalita. Finally, Rakibul Hussain of INC won with 51.95% of votes.



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