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

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

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

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  15 March 2021 7:02 PM GMT

Dibrugarh is a major city in Assam with an area of 12.65 sqkm. It is one of the economic hubs of Assam having industries like oil and natural gas, tea, fertilizer, cottage industry and IT sector as well. Dibrugarh is famous for the educational institutions like Dibrugarh University, Assam Medical College and Hospital, Salt Brook Academy, Kanoi College etc. With time the city has developed and is a centre for learning and providing better employment.


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Dibrugarh Assembly Constituency: Name & Number

Dibrugarh belongs to one of the constituencies of the 126 constituencies of the Legislative Assembly of Assam. The Assembly Constituency number is 116. It is located in the Dibrugarh district and is a part of Dibrugarh Parliamentary Constituency. Prasanta Phukan of BJP won the Vidhan Sabha election in 2016, with the maximum number of votes and the runner up was Chandra Kanta Barua of INC party.

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Parliamentary Constituency

Dibrugarh Parliamentary constituency is the number 13 constituency in Assam. It 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 with 657983 votes.


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District

It lies in the Dibrugarh district itself and 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. It is 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 13 towns in Dibrugarh city. Some of the them are Barbari (AMC Area), Boiragimoth, Chabua, Dinjan, Duliajan, Moran Town and Namrup etc.


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Assembly Status

Dibrugarh is an assembly constituency from Assam and the latest election was held in 2016. In the Vidhan Sabha election of 2016, Prasanta Phukon of BJP became the MLA from the Dibrugarh Constituency with a vote of 63985 and Chandra Kanta Barua of INC stood second gaining 36611votes.

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

VOTE

VOTE %

PRASANTA PHUKAN

BJP

63985

61.02%

CHANDRA KANTA BARUA

INC

36611

34.91%


Total Populations

As per Census 2011, Dibrugarh has a population of 1,326,335 people, of which 649,901 are males while 676,434 are females.

TOTAL POPULATION

MALE

FEMALE

1,326,335

649,901

676,434


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MUNICIPALITY REACH IN THE AREA

Dibrugarh town is the headquarters of Dibrugarh District in Assam and one of the most important towns situated on the bank of River Brahmaputra about 435 km (270 mi) North East of Guwahati. It is one of the major towns of upper Assam. The total area of Dibrugarh district is 3,381 Sq. Km and population as per 2011census is 13,26,335.


Constituency Demography

According to the official census of 2011, Hindus are a majority in Dibrugarh. As per Census 2011, it has a population of 1,326,335 people of which 649,901 are males and 676,434 are females. Hindus constitute 91.25% of the total population.

Caste & Tribes in Dibrugarh Constituency

Scheduled Caste (SC) and Scheduled Tribe (ST) comprises of 2.8% and 68.2% of the total population.

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Top 3 Cities in Constituency

Duliajan, Moran and Namrup are some of the towns near Dibrugarh.

Male/Female Electoral Distribution

The total number of electors recorded in the Assembly election of 2016 was 81.25% which accounts for 1,29,053. As many as 48.6% are men and 51.4% are women voters.

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Sex Ratio

In Dibrugarh, the total sex ratio is 961 females per 1000 males.

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Age Group Distribution

As per of 2011, Dibrugarh has a population of 1,326,335 peoples of which 649,901 are males while 676,434 are females. The population of children of age group 0-6 years comprises of 931 in urban and 967 in rural.

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Polling Percentage for Last 3 Years

In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, Rameswar Teli of the BJP became the MP from the Dibrugarh Constituency with a vote of 70871 and Paban Singh Ghatowar stood second gaining 32185 votes.

In the 2016 Assembly election, Prasanta Phukan of the BJP became the MLA from the Constituency with a vote of 63985 and

Chandra Kanta Barua of INC stood second gaining 36611 votes

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Result Of Last Five Election & Result

In the 2019 Lok Sabha election, Rameswar Teli of the BJP became the MP from the Dibrugarh Constituency with a vote of 70871 and Paban Singh Ghatowar stood second gaining 32185 votes.

In the 2016 Assembly election, Prasanta Phukan of the BJP became the MLA from the Constituency with a vote of 63985 and Chandra Kanta Barua of INC stood second gaining 36611 votes.

In the 2014 Lok Sabha election, Rameswar Teli candidate of BJP became the MP from the Dibrugarh Constituency with a vote of 58392 defeating Paban Singh Ghatowar of INC stood second gaining 33235 votes.

In the 2011 Assembly Constituency election, Prasanta Phukan of BJP became the MLA from the Dibrugarh Constituency with a vote of 46506 defeating Kalyan Kumar of INC stood second gaining 26897 votes.

ASSAM ASSEMBLY ELECTION

YEAR

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

VOTES

2016

PRASANTA PHUKAN

BJP

63,985

2011

PRASANTA PHUKAN

BJP

46,506

Political Parties Percentage Vote Share in Last Election

In the 2019 Lok Sabha Election, BJP secured 66.3%, INC secured 29.69%, NPEP secured 0.98%.

Lok Sabha

CANDIDATE NAME

PARTY

VOTES

% OF VOTES

RAMESWAR TELI

BJP

657983

66.3%

PABAN SINGH GHATOWAR

INC

294663

29.69%

BHABEN BARUAH

NPEP

9687

0.98%

RUBUL BURAGOHAIN

IND

8102

0.82%

DR.TITUS BHENGRA

BMUP

6930

0.7%

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Candidates in Last Election & Results

Candidates Name

Party of the candidates

Percentage or no of votes

Prasanta Phukan

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)

63985

Chandra Kanta Baruas

INC

36611

None Of The Above

-

1116

Diganta Phukan

CPI
Communist Party Of India

1086

Bipul Chandra Das

Independent

748

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