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Badarpur Constituency - Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Vote Share, Last Election Results

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

Badarpur Constituency - Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Vote Share, Last Election Results

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  23 March 2021 9:01 AM GMT

BADARPUR is a town in the district of KARIMGANJ itself of the Indian State of Assam popularly known as Gateway to the Barak Valley. The district is surrounded by Barak River in the North, to the east is the Barail Hill Range and in the west are the villages and the paddy fields. The Badarpur Town Committee is the Governing Body with a population of 33,400 according to the 2011 census.



ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCY NAME & NO

Badarpur belong to the constituency number 5 of the 126 constituencies of the legislative assembly of Assam in India. It is located in the Karimganj district and is a part of Karimganj Lok Sabha Constituency along with 7 other assembly segments. Jamaluddin Ahmed of INC party won the Assam Legislative Assembly election in 2016 with the maximum number of votes and the runner up was Abdul Aziz of the AIUDF party.



PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY

Karimganj Parliamentary constituency belonging to the state of Assam is made up of 8 assembly constituency segment which are Hailakandi (3), Karimganj (5) districts. Kripanath Mallah of BJP party in the Lok Sabha election of 2019 won with 471946 votes and the runner up was Radheshyam Biswas of AIUDF party. The number of votes with which BJP won the elections of 2019 are 37427 votes.


DISTRICT

Badarpur is a town in Karimganj District of the 33 districts of Assam located 24 KM towards east from the headquarter. Karimganj is bounded on north by the district of Dima Hasao, on the west by Bangladesh and Tripura, on the east Hailakandi district and on the south by Tripura and Mizoram. Karimganj is situated between longitude 91°15' and 93°15' east latitude 24°8' and 25°8' north and covers an area of 1809 kms. out of the state total areas of 78438 kms. In term of geographical area, the rank of the district is 21 compared to other districts of Assam.



NO OF TOWNS

There are 84 villages in the Badarpur Constituency with a total area of 143 km including 133.64 km in the rural area and in urban it is around 9.29km.



NO OF INHABITED VILLAGES

There are 84 number of villages in Badarpur constituency of which each one is populated with different number of variations.

ASSEMBLY STATUS

Badarpur is an assembly constituency from Assam and the latest election was held in 2016 and was won by Jamal Uddin Ahmed of INC by defeating Abdul Aziz of AIUDF with a vote of 36178 number. In the 2011 Assembly Constituency Election, Jamal Uddin Ahmed of INC won the seat defeating Helal Uddin Choudhury from All India Democratic Front with a vote share of 28487.

2016 Legislative Assembly Constituency Election

S N

Candidate

Party

Total Vote

1

Jamal Uddin Ahmed
Male
61 yr
GEN

INC
Indian National Congress

38266
34.01%

2

Abdul Aziz
Male
48 yr
GEN

AIUDF
All India United Democratic Front

36178
32.15%

TOTAL POPULATION

As per report released by Census India of 2011, it has a population of 1,64,703 peoples of which 83,926 are males while 80,777 are females. About 23.4% of people are there in Urban areas while 76.6% live in Rural areas.



NO OF HOUSEHOLDS

The Badarpur Municipal Board has altogether an administration over a total of 32,898 houses in the sub-district of which 24,963 are rural and 7,935 urban households.



MUNICIPALITY REACH IN THE AREA

Badarpur Circle is a Municipal Board in the city of the district where in Town Committee a population of 13,298 stays.



RELIGIOUS GROUP/DEMOGRAPHY IN THE CONSTITUENCY

According to the official census of 2011, Hindu's are a majority in Badarpur. As per report released by Census India of 2011, it has a population of 1,64,703 peoples of which 83,926 are males while 80,777 are females. Hindu constitute 90.18% of the total population.

Badarpur Religion Data 2011

Town

Population

Hindu

Muslim

Christian

Sikh

Buddhist

Jain

Others

Not Stated

Badarpur

13,298

90.18%

8.35%

0.38%

0.01%

0.41%

0.44%

0.20%

0.02%


CAST AND TRIBES IN THE CONSTITUENCY

Schedule caste comprises of 14.51% of the total population in the circle of Hailakandi and 0% Schedule Tribe.


TOP 3 CITIES IN THE CONSTITUENCY

Hailakandi, Karimganj, Silchar and Haflong are some of the nearby cities to Badarpur town.



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


SEX RATIO

In Badarpur Circle, the total population is 962 out of which 960 is rural and 969 are from Urban. The child sex ratio of Badarpur Circle is around 950 less than average sex ratio of Badarpur.


AGE GROUP DISTRIBUTION

As per report released by Census India of 2011, it has a population of 1,64,703 peoples of which 83,926 are males while 80,777 are females.

The population of children of age group 0-6 years comprises of 16% of the total population which accounts to a number of 26481. Out of which male children accounts to 13582 and female children from ranges to 12899 between the age group 0-6 years.



POLLING PERCENTAGE FOR LAST 3 YEARS (WHICH CONSTITUENCY HAS BEEN THE STRONGHOLD FOR WHICH PARTY AND FOR HOW LONG? WHAT HAS BEEN THE VOTING PATTERN)?

  1. In the 2016 Badarpur Assembly Constituency Seat election, Jamal Uddin Ahmed of the INC became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 38266 and Abdul Aziz Male of AIUDF stood second gaining 36178 votes.
  2. In the 2011 Assembly Constituency election, Jamal Uddin Ahmed of INC became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 35869 defeating Helal Uddin Choudhury stood second gaining 28487 votes.
  3. In the 2006 Assembly Constituency election, Anwarul Hoque of AUDF candidate became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 29680 defeating Biswarup Bhattacharjee of BJP stood second gaining 24377 votes.


RESULT OF LAST FIVE ELECTION

  1. In the 2016 Badarpur Assembly Constituency Seat election, Jamal Uddin Ahmed of the INC became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 38266 and Abdul Aziz Male of AIUDF stood second gaining 36178 votes.
  2. In the 2011 Assembly Constituency election, Jamal Uddin Ahmed of INC became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 35869 defeating Helal Uddin Choudhury stood second gaining 28487 votes.
  3. In the 2006 Assembly Constituency election, Anwarul Hoque of AUDF candidate became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 29680 defeating Biswarup Bhattacharjee of BJP stood second gaining 24377 votes
  4. In the 2001, Assembly Constituency election, Jamal Uddin Ahmod of AITC became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 30471 against Dipak Deb of BJP stood second gaining 28563 votes.
  5. In the 1996, Assembly Constituency Election Abu Saleh Najmuddin of Indian National Congress became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 30138 against Dipak Deb of BJP stood second gaining 16434 votes.

BADARPUR PAST ELECTION RESULTS


Year

Candidate's Name

Party

Level

Votes

Vote Rate %

Margin

2016

Jamal Uddin Ahmed

INC

Winner

38,266

81%

2,088

Abdul Aziz

AIUDF

Runner Up

36,178

81%

2011

Jamal Uddin Ahmed

INC

Winner

35,869

39%

7,382

Helal Uddin Choudhury

AIUDF

Runner Up

28,487

31%


2006

Anwarul Hoque

AUDF

Winner

29,680

37%

5,303

Biswarup Bhattacharjee

BJP

Runner Up

24,377

30%

2001

Jamal Uddin Ahmod

AITC

Winner

30,471

40%

1,908

Dipak Deb

BJP

Runner Up

28,563

37%

1996

Abu Saleh Najmuddin

INC

Winner

30,138

40%

5,247

Dipak Deb

BJP

Runner Up

24,891

33%

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 Badarpur of AIUDF securing 51.64%, BJP securing 36.62%, INC securing 9.77% and others respectively.

Votes of top 5 candidates in election loksabha 2019
Position Candidate Name Party Total Votes Percentage Share
1 Radheshyam Biswas AIUDF 63875 51.64%
2 Kripanath Mallah BJP 45297 36.62%
3 Swarup Das INC 12079 9.77%
4 Chandan Das AITC 466 0.38%
5 Satyajit Das IND 361 0.29%


CANDIDATES IN LAST ELECTION & RESULT (WINNER AND LOOSER)

The winner of the 2016 Badarpur Assembly Constituency Seat election, Jamal Uddin Ahmed of the INC became the MLA from the Badarpur Constituency with a vote of 38266 and Abdul Aziz of AIUDF stood second gaining 36178 votes.

BADARPUR ASSEMBLY ELECTION RESULTS (2016)

Candidate's Name

Party

Level

Votes

Vote Rate %

Margin

Jamal Uddin Ahmed

INC

Winner

38,266

81.00%

2,088

Abdul Aziz

AIUDF

Runner Up

36,178

81.00%




WORK DONE IN LAST 5 YEARS BY THE CANDIDATE

MLA Jamal Uddin Ahmed has recently expired on January leaving the place without an MLA. He had a considerate amount of devotion towards the people of Badarpur. A great social worker working for the people of his area. Ahmed had won three times from the Badarpur seat at first in 2001 with a ticket from Trinamool Congress and in 2011 and 2016 as a Congress candidate.



BIG TICKET SCHEMES/PROJECTS ANNOUNCED IN THE RUN UP TO THE ELECTIONS FOR THE CONSTITUENCIES


The Government of Assam Has newly launched a new Project named "SUHRID" which is under MLA-LAD Program with an Allocation of amount Rs50.00 Lakh Per LAC to provide help in both EDUCATION & HEALTH Sector.



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