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Barama Assembly - Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Vote Share, Last Election Results

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

Barama Assembly - Population, Polling Percentage, Facilities, Parties Vote Share, Last Election Results

Sentinel Digital DeskBy : Sentinel Digital Desk

  |  4 April 2021 4:01 PM GMT

Barama Assembly Constituency is a Tehsil town in Baksa District located in Assam. It falls under Barama Assembly Constituency. It is tehsil headquarter located 19km towards west from District headquarters Mushalpur. The Baramapincode is 781346 and the postal head office is Barama. It is on the border of the Baksa District and Nalbari District.


ASSEMBLY CONSTITUENCY NAME AND NUMBER:

BaramaAssembly Constituency is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of the Assam Legislative Assembly and falls under Kokrajhar Lok Sabha Constituency.ManeswarBrahma is the MLA of the Barama Assembly Constituency of the BOPF party won the Vidhansabha election in 2016, with the maximum number of votes and the runner up was Rekha Rani DasBoro of IND1party. The number of assembly constituency of Barama is 62.


Parliamentary constituency:

KokrajharParliamentary constituency is one of the 14 Lok Sabha Constituencies in Assam state in north-eastern India. It consists of 10 assembly constituency segments in Bajali (1), Barpeta (1), Bijni (1), Gossaigaon (2), Kokrajhar (2), Nalbari (3) districts.

Naba Kumar Sarania of IND party in the Lok Sabha election of 2019 won with 482556 votes and the runner up wasPramila Rani Brahma of the BOPF party. The number of votes BOPF received in the elections of 2019 is 39146 votes.


District:

It lies in the Baksa district of Assam and occupies an area of 2,400 km2 and with a population of 9.5 Lakhs(2011). It has 15 development blocks and 13 revenue circles. It has a total of 687 villages and 4 tea gardens. It has 11 BTC Constituencies. The Baksa district is inhabited by mainly Bodo-Kachari, Assamese, Sarania-Kachari, Koch-Rajbonshi, Adibashi(Tea Tribe), Nepali, Bengali and religious minorities.


Number of towns:

There is only one town in Barama known as Barama Town.



No of Inhabited Villages:

There are 36 villages in the Barama block.Kadamtala( 5 KM ), Anandapur ( 12 KM ), Santipur ( 14 KM ), Dhamdhama ( 15 KM ), Thamna ( 17 KM ) are the nearby villages to Barama.

Assembly Status:

Baramais an assembly constituency from Assam and the latest election was held in 2016. In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, MLA of BaramaAssembly Constituency is partyManeswar Brahma of BOPF party won with 45289 votes and the runner up was Rekha Rani DasBoro of IND1 party who received 9796 votes.

Total population:

The total population of the Barama Assembly Constituency is 49,715 where 25,201 are males and 24,514 are females.


Number of households:

There are about 10,238households in the Barama Assembly Constituency.

Religious groups/ demography in the constituency:

According to the official census of 2011, Hindu is a majority inBarama with 91.65%.

Muslim constitutes 7.81 % of the total population.

Religion-wise Population - Barama Circle

Religion

Total

Male

Female

Hindu

45,565

(91.65%)

23,102

22,463

Muslim

3,884

(7.81%)

1,964

1,920

Christian

164

(0.33%)

82

82

Sikh

4

(0.01%)

3

1

Buddhist

3

(0.01%)

2

1

Jain

6

(0.01%)

5

1

Other Religion

10

(0.02%)

6

4

No Religion Specified

79

(0.16%)

37

42


Caste and tribes in the constituency:

In the BaramaAssembly Constituency, the population of Scheduled Caste is 1397(2.8%) and Scheduled Tribe 22104(44.5%).


Male/female electoral distribution:

The total number of electorates in BaramaAssembly Constituency is 1,45,311and out of them the total number which turned out are1,17,509 ( 82.23 %)electorates.

Age wise Electoral

Gender

Age Range

Total

18-24

25-34

35-44

44-54

55-64

65+

Male

7,369 ( 5.6 %)

19,742 ( 15.0 %)

14,254 ( 10.9 %)

10,770 ( 8.2 %)

5,236 ( 4.0 %)

4,194 ( 3.2 %)

61,565 ( 46.9 %)

Female

9,635 ( 7.3 %)

21,492 ( 16.4 %)

15,965 ( 12.2 %)

12,971 ( 9.9 %)

5,853 ( 4.5 %)

3,846 ( 2.9 %)

69,762 ( 53.1 %)

Others

1 ( 0.0 %)

1 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

1 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

3 ( 0.0 %)

TOTAL

17,005 ( 12.9 %)

41,235 ( 31.4 %)

30,219 ( 23.0 %)

23,742 ( 18.1 %)

11,089 ( 8.4 %)

8,040 ( 6.1 %)

1,31,330 ( 100 %)


Sex ratio:

In Barama, the Female Sex Ratio is 973 per 1000 males and the Child Sex Ratio is also 931 and the average sex ratio is 973.


Age group distribution:

In Barama, 5382 of the population are under the age of six of which 5382 are males and 5382 are females.


Polling percentage for the last three years:

In the 2019 Kokrajhar Lok Sabha Seat election, Pramila Rani Brahma became the MP from BOPF in the Kokrajhar Parliamentary Constituency with a vote of 42012and Naba Kumar SaraniaIND candidate stood second gaining 41049 votes.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, Manesar Brahma of BOPF became the MLA from the BaramaConstituency with a vote of 45289 and Rekha Rani Das Boro of IND stood second gaining 35493 votes.

In the 2014 Kokrajhar Lok Sabha Seat election, Naba Kumar Sarania (Hira) of IND became the MLA from the Kokrajhar Parliamentary Constituency with a vote of 53124and Chandan Brahmaof BOPF stood second gaining 27504 votes.


Result of last five elections:

In the 2019 Kokrajhar Lok Sabha Seat election, Pramila Rani Brahma became the MP from BOPF in the Kokrajhar Parliamentary Constituency with a vote of 42012 and Naba Kumar Sarania IND candidate stood second gaining 41049 votes.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, Maneswar Brahma of BOPF became the MLA from the BaramaConstituency with a vote of 45289 and Rekha Rani DasBoroof IND stood second gaining 35493 votes.

In the 2014 Kokrajhar Lok Sabha Seat election, Naba Kumar Sarania (Hira) of IND became the MLA from the Kokrajhar Parliamentary Constituency with a vote of 53124 and Chandan Brahmaof BOPF stood second gaining 27504 votes.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2011, ManeswarBrahma of BOPFbecame the MLA from the BaramaConstituency with a vote of 42692and Rekha Rani Dasboro of AGP stood second gaining24373 votes.

In the 2009 Kokrajhar Lok Sabha Seat election, Sansuma Khunggur Bwiswmuthiary of BOPF became the MLA from the theKokrajhar Parliamentary Constituency with a vote of 51715and Sabda Ram Rabha of AGP stood second gaining 22368 votes.

Percentage vote share of the political parties in the previous election:

Here is the list of the political parties along with total votes and percentage share:

Position

Candidate Name

Party

Total Votes

Percentage Share

1

Maneswar Brahma

BOPF

45289

37.9%

2

Rekha Rani DasBoro

IND

35493

29.7%

3

Kati Ram Baro

IND

20870

17.47%

4

Pani Ram Rabha

INC

14373

12.03%

5

None Of The Above

NOTA

1977

1.65%


Candidates in the previous election and result:

In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, Maneswar Brahma of BOPF became the MLA from the BaramaConstituency with a vote of 45289 and Rekha Rani Das Boro of IND stood second gaining 35493 votes.




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