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

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

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

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  2021-07-02T22:00:41+05:30

Jagiroad, a small town located in the Morigaon district comes under Mayong Sub-Division. Jagiroad people use Bodo, Assamese and Bengali for communication. Also, the town has a paper mill industry named, The Nagaon Paper Mill (NPM) which is why it is also called 'the industrial town'. The place is also famously called the World's Largest dry fish market. Most of the area of Jagiroad is covered by green forests and hills areas.



Assembly Constituency Name & No. :

The Legislative Assembly of Assam comprises 126 Members of Legislative Assembly which are directly elected from single-seat constituencies and its term is 5 years unless later dissolved. Its headquarter is stationed in Dispur. Jagiroad is among the 126 assembly constituencies of the Legislative Assembly of Assam. Its constituency no. is 79 and it forms a part/structure of the Nowgong Lok Sabha/Parliamentary Constituency.



Parliamentary Constituency :

The Parliamentary Constituencies of India is 542 and among them, the seats for the general category are 441 and for SC and ST the seats are 84 and 47 respectively. Jagiroad Assembly Constituency is a part/structure of the Nowgong Parliamentary/Lok Sabha Constitution. Jagiroad is the 9 assembly segments of the Nowgong Parliament Seat which is stationed in the Morigaon district. It is reserved for SC candidates.


District :

Jagiroad is under the Morigaon district, Assam. Morigaon district is an authoritative district and also the second smallest region of Assam, India. Its headquarter is in Morigaon. The District has five Revenue sub-divisions and five Development Blocks. Towards the North of Morigaon district, the tremendous river Brahmaputra is located, while towards the South there is Karbi Angling, and towards East and West, there is Nagaon and Kamrup district, respectively.


No. Of Towns :

The nearest town/city to Jagiroad is Nongpoh, and the distance between the two places is around 40.0KM. Besides this, there is some town/city which is nearest to Jagiroad that is Guwahati, Dhing and Nagaon with a distance of 45.5KM, 45.7KM and 52.2KM respectively.

No. Of. Inhabited Villages :

Jagiroad is a small town with 12 km2 while in the sub-district, Jagiroad is called the largest census town by its area. Jagiroad Census town has residents of about 17,739 peoples. As per the 2011 Census record, about 4,059 families are residing in Jagiroad.


Assembly Status :

In the 2016 Assembly election, the Jagiroad constituency had 201643 electors. Amongst them, the overall valid votes in the constituency were 171965. In the 2016 Assembly Election, BJP candidate Pijush Hazarika won the Assembly seat, with 94550 votes and became MLA, whereas INC candidate Bibekananda Dalai was the runner-up with 66224 votes. Therefore he lost the MLA seat by 28326 votes.


Total Population :

Jagiroad is a small town in the Morigaon district. It forms a part/structure of the Nowgong Lok Sabha/Parliamentary constituency. As per the recent Census Record of 2011, Jagiroad has inhabitants of around 17,739 peoples.


No. Of Households :

Jagiraod is a small town/village comprising 4,059 houses in the Block.

Water Connection :

Jagiroad is a town with over 4,059 houses residing, to which it provides basic facilities like proper water and sewerage system for every household residing in the Block.

Municipality Reach :

Jagiroad's municipal office is at Morigaon. Mogiraon Municipal Corporation has a hold over 6,627 households to which it provides a proper water and sewerage system and it's responsibility is to lookafter the basic infrastructure like building roads, drainage system etc. It also inflicts taxes on properties that come under its administration.




Religious groups/demography in the constituency :

The majority of the communities residing in the Jagiroad Block are Hindus, Muslim and Christian where the percentage share is about 88.02%, 10.77% and 0.16% respectively. The different types of minority groups residing in the constituency that are Sikh, Buddhist, Jain and other religion.


Caste and Tribes in the Constituency :

As per the Census Report of 2011, Jagiroad has inhabitants of around 17,739 peoples, among them about 15.3% of the residents are Scheduled Caste while Scheduled Tribes constitutes about only 11.4% and the rest of the residents comes from the General Category.



Top 3 cities in the Constituency :

There are no cities in the Jagiroad Assembly Constituency.

Male/Female Electoral Distribution :

The Election Commission of India declared that Jagiroad has 169422 registered votes. It comprises 85614 males and 83808 females.



Sex Ratio :

As per the 2011 Census Report, the sex proportion of Jagiroad is 920 females per 1000 males.

Age Group Distribution :

According to Census Report 2011, in Jagiroad Assembly Constitution about 1,825 children are under 6 years of age.



Polling Percentage of Last Three Years :

The Assembly of Jagiroad Constituency witnessed a ballot/polling percentage of 57.4% of BJP in the Parliamentary Elections of 2019. Secondly, in the 2016 Assembly election, it witnessed about 54.98% of BJP. Then thirdly, it saw a ballot percentage of 45.96% of BJP in the Parliamentary Election of 2014. Here's the table given below :

Candidates

Part y

Percentage Share

Lok Sabha Elections,

2019

Sri Rupak Sharma

BJP

57.4%

Assembly Election, 2016

Pijush Hazarika

BJP

54.98%

Lok Sabha Elections,2014

Rojen Gohain

BJP

45.96%




Result of the last five elections :

In the 1996 Assembly election, the candidate Bulbul Das of AGP had won the Assembly seat with 42272 votes. In the following 2001 Assembly Election, the candidate Bulbul Das of the AGP again won the MLA seat with 53652 votes. In the 2006 and 2011 Assam Assembly Election, the candidate Bibekananda Dalai of INC won the MLA election with 37786 and 67659 votes respectively and became the MLA. In the previous Assembly Election of Assam of 2016, Pijush Hazarika of BJP won the MLA election against Bibekananda Dalai of INC with 94550 votes. Now Pijush Hazarika of BJP is the current MLA of Jagiroad Assembly Constituency.

Year

Candidate

Party

Total Vote

2016

Pijush Hazarika

BJP

94550

2011

Bibakananda Dalai

INC

67659

2006

Bibakananda Dalai

INC

37786

2011

Bubul Das

AGP

53652

1996

Bubul Das

AGP

42272


The percentage vote share of the political party in the last election :

In the assembly election of 2016, Pijush Hazarika of BJP emerged as a winner of the MLA seat by securing 54.98% of votes. Bibekananda Dalai of INC was the runner up with 38.51% of votes. While the third position was secured by Putul Das of AIUDF with 4.18% of votes. In the fourth position, there is the candidate from AITC (All India Trinamool Congress) named Dilip Das who secured 0.79% of votes. Lastly, the fifth position was given to None of The Above (NOTA) with only 0.66% of votes. Here's the below-given table for detailed information :

Party

Candidate

Percentage Share

BJP

Pijush Hazarika

54.98%

INC

Bibekananda Dalai

38.51%

AIUDF

Putul Das

4.18%

AITC

Dilip Das

0.79%

NOTA

None of The Above

0.66%


Candidate in the last election and result (winner and loser) :

The candidate who contested in the 2016 Assembly Election is Pijush Hazarika of BJP, Bibekananda Dalai of INC, Putul Das of AIUDF, Dilip Das of AITC, NOTA, Sukanta Mazumdar of BGANP, Mamani Das of IND and Surjya Kumar Das of LDP. The winner of 2016

Assembly Election was Pijush Hazarika of BJP with 94550 total votes whereas Surjya Kumar Das of LDP has secured only 401 votes.

Here's the below table :

Party

Candidate

Vote

BJP

Pijush Hazarika

94550

INC

Bibekananda Dalai

66224

AIUDF

Putul Das

7192

AITC

Dilip Das

1357

NOTA

None of The Above

1142

BGANP

Sukanta Mazumdar

576

IND

Mamani Das

523

LDP

Surjya Kumar Das

401

Big-ticket scheme/projects announced in the run-up to the elections for the constituencies :

For the forthcoming Assembly Election of Assam 2021, all the political and regional parties have given their manifestos in front of the public to take the public into confidence and win the upcoming 2021 Assembly Election. The present state government have already provided 2.5 lakhs with each to around 8000 Namgarhs which are near about 50-year-old and further they have also promised to extend benefits to other Namgarhs. Recently, they have also provided land pattas to indigenous/native landless people and further they have safeguarded the rice, land and hearth of the native people. Assam CM Sarbananda Sonowal believes that people are with the present led state government and ensures equitable development of the valleys of Brahmaputra and Barak.

The Congress leader Rahul Gandhi mentioned that once they win the forthcoming election they will build a memorial in respect to Anti-CAA. Not only Rahul Gandhi but including the other

Congress leaders have also tweeted the same.

The AIUDF makes people's manifesto regarding the non-implementation of CAA and promised that their main objective is to always oppose the bill which is a threat to Assam's community. AIUDF also promises to look after the minorities and deal with the issues of illegal immigrants as per the guidelines enlisted in the AssamTreaty.

The parties like AJP and Raijor dal is to deal with the people of Assam irrespective of their native tongue, religion, caste, tribe etc. AJP and Raijor Dal are with the people of Assam and for the people of Assam so it has come forward to give regional politics a new force. Both parties main objective to stop the enactment of CAA in Assam. All the political parties including the regional parties like AJP and Raijor Dal are also energetically making preparations to contest for the ongoing and upcoming Assembly Election of Assam, 2021.




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