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

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

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

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  24 March 2021 9:03 AM GMT

Rangia is a town and municipal board, situated in Kamrup district, Assam. It is also an Assembly Constituency. The town is about 52 km away from Dispur, Guwahati. The official language of the town is Assamese. There are many educational institutions in Rangia. Some of them are: Modern English School, Sankardev Academy Junior College, Jawaharlal Nehru Shishu Vidyalaya and Rangia College.


ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCY NAME AND NUMBER

Rangia is one out of 126 Constituencies and bears number 57. It falls under Mangaldoi Lok Sabha Constituency.


PARLIAMENTARY CONSTITUENCY

Rangia falls under the Mangoldoi Parliamentary Constituency. Dilip Saikia of the Bharatiya Janata Party won the Lok Sabha Election 2019 with 735469 votes and Bhubaneswar Kalita of the Indian National Congress party became the runner up with 596924 votes.


DISTRICT

Rangia is located in Kamrup district. Kamrup is an administrative district in Assam, India. The area covered by the district is 4345 square km. Amingaon is the district headquarter of Kamrup. As per 2011 census, the district has total 1517542 population.


NUMBER OF TOWNS

Rangia Constituency has two towns:

  1. Rangia (Municipal Board)
  2. Udiana (Census Town)


NUMBER OF VILLAGES

About 84 villages are there in Rangia. The name of few villages is:

  1. Alagdia
  2. Athara
  3. Bala Gaon
  4. Balikuchi
  5. Bangaon
  6. Barhampur Hat Bajali
  7. Barkuriha
  8. Barlessakona
  9. Barmurah
  10. Batakuchi
  11. Bengali Kuchi
  12. Bhatkuchi
  13. Bhoira
  14. Bichennala
  15. Borkukuria
  16. Borsil


ASSEMBLY STATUS

The current MLA of Rangia Assembly Constituency is Bhabesh Kalita of Bharatiya Janata Party and there is no reservation for the candidates belonging to minority groups.


TOTAL POPULATION

Rangia Assembly Constituency has a population of 1,55,333 from which the males are 80,630 and the female are 74,703. The people that live in Urban areas are 11,822, from which 5,971 are male and 5,851 are female and the people that live in rural areas are 36405 from which the males are 18,788 and females are 17,617. The literate people in Rangia are 1,17,523 out of which, 64,736 are male literates and 52,787 are female literates and the illiterate peoples are 37,810 from which 15,894 are male illiterate and 21,916 are female illiterate.


NUMBER OF HOUSEHOLDS

There are about 34,016 households in Rangia.


WATER CONNECTION

Rangia Assembly Constituency has Tap water Facility and people of Rangia also have facilities of tube well and borehole.


MUNICIPALITY REACH IN THE AREA

The basic civic infrastructure of Rangia is maintained by Rangia Municipal Corporation.


RELIGIOUS GROUP/DEMOGRAPHY IN THE CONSTITUENCY

People of different religious groups such as Hindu, Muslim, Christian, Sikh, Buddhist and Jain live together in Rangia.



Religion

Total people

Male

Female

Hindu

97948

50969

46979

Muslim

56383

29108

27275

Christian

183

103

80

Sikh

125

115

10

Buddhist

20

7

13

Jain

244

135

109

Religion not stated

428

192

236

CASTE AND TRIBES IN THE CONSTITUENCY

Schedule Caste residing in Rangia is 5,505 of which 2,793 are males and 2,712 are females and the people belonged to Schedule Tribes are 9,350 of which 4,673 are males and 4,677 are females.


MALE/FEMALE ELECTORAL DISTRIBUTION

The overall voter turnout in Rangia is 1,43,184 from which 74,784 are male voters and 68,400 are female electorates.


SEX RATIO

Rangia has a sex ratio of 926 females per thousand males.


AGE GROUP DISTRIBUTION

Out of 1,55,333 people in Rangia, the children between age 0 to 6 is 17,202 from which 8,748 are boys and 8,454 are girls.



POLLING PERCENTAGE FOR LAST THREE YEARS

In the 2019 Lok Sabha Election, Rangia Assembly Constituency witnessed a polling percentage of 54.25%, and the polling percentage was 40.72% in 2016 Assembly Election and in 2014 Lok Sabha Election, the polling percentage was 49.72%.


RESULT OF LAST FIVE ELECTION

  1. In Assam Assembly Election 1996, Thaneswar Boro of the Asom Gana Parishad party was the winner with 43,260 votes and Umesh Kalita of the Indian National Congress party was the runner up with 17494 votes.
  2. In 2001, Bhubaneswar Kalita of the Indian National Congress party won the election with 33,308 votes and defeated Ananta Deka of the CMP, who got 31,560 votes.
  3. In 2006 Election Ananta Deka of CPI(M) won the MLA seat with 41970 votes and Bhubaneswar Kalita of the Indian National Congress Party became the runner up with 35,855 votes.
  4. In 2011, Ghanashyam Kalita of the Indian National Congress Party became the winner with 34,119 votes and defeated Thaneswar Baro of Asom Gana Parishad party who secured 24,045 votes.
  5. In 2016 Election, Bhabesh Kalita of the Bharatiya Janata party won the election with 58,353 votes and defeated Ghanashyam Kalita of the Indian National Congress Party, who got 26,286 votes.

Year

Name of the candidate

Name of the party

Votes

1996

Thaneswar Baro

AGP

43,260

Umesh Kalita

INC

17,494

2001

Bhubaneswar Kalita

INC

33,308

Ananta Deka

CMP

31,560

2006

Ananta Deka

CPI(M)

41,970

Bhubaneswar Kalita

INC

35,855

2011

Ghanashyam Kalita

INC

34,119

Thaneswar Baro

AGP

24,045

2016

Bhabesh Kalita

BJP

58,353

Ghanashyam Kalita

INC

26,286

PERCENTAGE VOTE SHARE OF POLITICAL PARTY IN LAST ELECTION

In 2016 Rangia Election, Bhabesh Kalita of BJP won the MLA seat by securing 40.72% of the overall vote. Ghanashyam Kalita of INC party became the runner up with 18.34%. Abdul Samad Choudhury of AIUDF secured 10.16%. Ananta Deka of CMP secured 8.56% and the independent candidates, Mrinal Deka, Thaneswar Baro, Samsul Haque, Pabitra Baro, Rajib Kakoti, Biswajit Brahma and Babul Baro secured, 12.4%, 3.74, 3.12%, 0.86%, 0.74%, 0.43% and 0.4% respectively.

Name of the candidate

Name of the party

Percentage

Bhabesh Kalita

BJP

40.72%

Ghanashyam Kalita

INC

18.34%

Mrinal Deka

IND

12.4%

Abdul Samad Choudhury

AIUDF

10.16%

Ananta Deka

CPM

8.56

Thaneswar Boro

IND

3.74%

Samsul Haque

IND

3.12%

Pabitra Baro

IND

0.86%

Rajib Kakoti

IND

0.74%

Biswajit Brahma

IND

0.43%

Babul Baro

IND

0.4%

None of the Above

0.62%

CANDIDATES IN LAST ELECTION AND RESULT (WINNER AND LOOSER)

The candidates that contested in last election are:

  1. Bhabesh Kalita of Bharatiya Janata Party
  2. Ghanashyam Kalita of the Indian National Congress party
  3. Mrinal deka, Independent candidate
  4. Abdul Samad Choudhury of All India United Democratic Front
  5. Ananta Deka of Communist Party of India
  6. Independent candidate, Thaneswar Boro
  7. Independent candidate Samsul Haque
  8. Independent candidate Pabitra Baro
  9. Independent candidate Rajib Kakoti
  10. Independent candidate Biswajit Brahma
  11. Independent candidate Babul Baro

At the end the winner was Bhabesh Kalita of Bharatiya Janata Party who secured 58,353 votes and defeated Ghanashyam Kalita of Indian National Congress party who secured 26,286 votes.

Name of candidate

Party name

Total Vote

Bhabesh Kalita

BJP

58,353

Ghanashyam Kalita

INC

26,286

Mrinal Deka

Independent

17,772

Abdul Samad Choudhury

AIUDF

14,411

Ananta Deka

CMP

12,261

Thaneswar Boro

IND

5,358

Samsul Haque

IND

4,472

Pabitra Baro

IND

1,230

Rajib Kakoti

IND

1,066

Biswajit Brahma

IND

616

Babul Baro

IND

570

WORK DONE IN LAST FIVE YEARS BY THE CANDIDATE

The MLA of Rangia, Bhabesh Kalita has done many works in past five years. Some of his works includes construction and repairing of many roads. And he has also constructed town hall in his constituency.


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