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

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

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

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Assembly constituency name and number:

Karimganj South Assembly constituency is in Karimganj district of Assam and falls under Karimganj Lok Sabha Assembly. It bears the constituency number 4.


Parliamentary constituency:

Karimganj Lok Sabha Constituency is spread over Cachar, Hailakandi and Karimganj districts of Assam. The current MP of the Karimganj Parliamentary constituency is Kripanath Mallah of BJP.


District:

Karimganj district is the Hills and Barak Valley region of Assam and has its administrative headquarters in Karimganj town. The district's population is 12,28,686, which includes 6,25,864 males and 6,02,822 females.

Total population

Male

Female

12,28,686

6,25,864

6,02,822

Assembly Status:

The current MLA of Karimganj South Assembly Constituency is Aziz Ahmed Khan of AIDUF.


Total population:

The constituency's total population is 261977, and 100% of its population is rural.



Water connection:

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


Street light:

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

Religious groups/ demography in the constituency:

About 56.36% of overall population of Karimganj district are Muslims, while about 42.48% of its population are Hindus. The languages spoken in the district are Bengali, Hindi and Bishnupuriya.



Caste and tribes in the constituency:

In Karimganj South Assembly constituency, the ratio of Scheduled Caste is 14.25 and the ratio of Scheduled Tribe is 0.04.

Ratio of Scheduled Caste

14.25

Ratio of Scheduled Tribe

0.04

Male/female electoral distribution:

Karimganj South Assembly Constituency has 160632 electorates, of which 84574 are male and 76058 are female.

Total electorates

Male

Female

160632

84574

76058

Polling percentage for last three years:

The polling percentage in 2019 Lok Sabha Election was 78.88%, while it was 79.99% in the 2016 Assembly Election.


Result of last five election:

In the Assembly Election of 1996, Abdul Muqtadir Choudhury of INC won with 47.79% of votes. In the Assembly Elections of 2001, 2006 and 2011, Siddeque Ahmed won with 38.28%, 31.19% and 43.42% of votes, respectively. He was a candidate of SAP in 2001, an independent candidate in 2006 and a candidate of INC in 2011. In 2016 Assembly Election, Aziz Ahmed Khan won with 45.2% of votes.

Year

Candidate

Party

% of vote

1996

Abdul Muqtadir Choudhury

INC

47.79% (43158)

2001

Siddeque Ahmed

SAP

38.28% (31639)

2006

Siddeque Ahmed

IND

31.19% (29007)

2011

Siddeque Ahemd

INC

43.42% (45395)

2016

Aziz Ahmed Khan

AIDUF

45.2% (58060)

Percentage vote share of political party in previous election:

The percentage vote share of political parties in Karimganj South Assembly Constituency in 2016 Assembly Election are given in the table below:

Sl.no.

Candidate

Party

Vote percentage

1.

Aziz Ahmed Khan

AIDUF

45.2%

2

Siddeque Ahmed

INC

41.77%

3.

Sipra Goon

BJP

9.23%

4.

Monarul Haque

IND (Independent)

0.63%

5.

Mosud Ahmed

IND (Independent)

0.46%

6.

Azir Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.3%

7.

Moin Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.28%

8.

Maynul Haque

IND (Independent)

0.21%

9.

Sufian Ahmed

IND (Independent)

0.21%

10.

Bilal Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.19%

11.

Taj Md Kamal Uddin Khan

IND (Independent)

0.17%

12.

Jamal Ahmed

IND (Independent)

0.15%

13.

Rajib Das

IND (Independent)

0.03%

14.

Abdul Hamid

IND (Independent)

0.12%

15.

Ahmed Ali

IND (Independent)

0.12%

16.

Abu Barkat Nizam Uddin Ahmed

IND (Independent)

0.12%

17.

Muktar Hussain

IND (Independent)

0.09%

18.

Sad Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.08%

19.

Sahajan Ahmed

IND (Independent)

0.08%

20.

Quamrul Islam

IND (Independent)

0.08%

21.

Sarif Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.08%

22.

Faizul Haque

IND (Independent)

0.07%

23.

Kabir Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.07%

24.

Salim Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.06%

25.

Sabir Uddin

IND (Independent)

0.04%

26.

None of the Above

(NOTA)

0.13%

Candidates in the last election and result:

The candidates who contested in the 2016 Assembly Election are given in the table below:

Sl.no.

Candidate

Party

1.

Aziz Ahmed Khan

AIDUF

2

Siddeque Ahmed

INC

3.

Sipra Goon

BJP

4.

Monarul Haque

IND (Independent)

5.

Mosud Ahmed

IND (Independent)

6.

Azir Uddin

IND (Independent)

7.

Moin Uddin

IND (Independent)

8.

Maynul Haque

IND (Independent)

9.

Sufian Ahmed

IND (Independent)

10.

Bilal Uddin

IND (Independent)

11.

Taj Md Kamal Uddin Khan

IND (Independent)

12.

Jamal Ahmed

IND (Independent)

13.

Rajib Das

IND (Independent)

14.

Abdul Hamid

IND (Independent)

15.

Ahmed Ali

IND (Independent)

16.

Abu Barkat Nizam Uddin Ahmed

IND (Independent)

17.

Muktar Hussain

IND (Independent)

18.

Sad Uddin

IND (Independent)

19.

Sahajan Ahmed

IND (Independent)

20.

Quamrul Islam

IND (Independent)

21.

Sarif Uddin

IND (Independent)

22.

Faizul Haque

IND (Independent)

23.

Kabir Uddin

IND (Independent)

24.

Salim Uddin

IND (Independent)

25.

Sabir Uddin

IND (Independent)

Finally, Aziz Ahmed Khan of AIDUF won with 45.2% of votes.

Work done in last five years:

Aziz Ahmed Khan laid foundation stone of three community halls in his constituency. In 2019, he allotted 35 lakh rupees for the construction of drain and toilet in mosque in Kazir Bazar. In 2018, he distributed free bicycles to the female students of Public High School, Kanakpur, and Shahjalal High School, Keutkuna.




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