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

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

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

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Hajo is a town and a Development Block under the Kamrup district. It is a pilgrimage religion centre for Buddhism, Hinduism and Islam. The town is located on the verge of the Brahmaputra river. Hajo Circle under Kamrup region/district has around 262,531 peoples. As per the Census of 2011, there are about 133 inhabited villages under Hajo Block.

Assembly Constituency Name & No. :

The Assembly/MLA Constituency name of Hajo is 'Hajo Assembly Constituency' and it is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of Assam. Its constituency no. is 55 and it forms a structure of Gauhati Parliamentary Constituency.


Parliamentary Constituency :

Hajo Assembly Constituency is a structure of the Gauhati ParliamentaryConstituency. Hajo is the 10 assembly segments of the Gauhati Parliament Seat. It is reserved for the General category. The current MP of the Constituency is Bobbeeta Sharma.


District :

Hajo is a town under Kamrup district/region, Assam, India. Kamrup (Rural) district is an administrative/authoritative district of Assam. Its headquarters is at Amingaon. The Kamrup (Rural) district was initiated in the year 2003. The region comprises of around 1,517,542 peoples. The district/region doesn't go hand in hand with some of its neighbouring states such as West Khasi Hills, Meghalaya. The religious demography of the district is in the chart below:


No. Of Towns :


The Hajo Constituency has no towns or cities

No. Of. Inhabited Villages :

There are about 133 inhabited villages under Hajo Block.


Assembly Status :

The Hajo Constituency had around 154525 electors. Amongst them, the overall valid votes were 135168. In the 2016 Assembly Election, BJP candidate Suman Haripriya won the Assembly/ MLA seat, with 55096 votes and became MLA, whereas an INC candidate Dulu Ahmed was the runner-up with 46188 votes. Therefore, he got departed from the Assembly/MLA seat by 8908 votes.


Total Population :

The Census of 2011 declares that Hajo Circle has a population/inhabitants of around 262,531 peoples which includes, 134,603 males and 127,928 females.

TOTAL POPULATION (2011 CENSUS)

MALES

FEMAL ES

2,62,531

1,34,603

1,27,928


No. Of Households :

Hajo Circle comprises of 52,361 houses/families.

Water Connection :

Hajo, a development Block under the Kamrup region has 52,362 houses/families. In Hajo maximum households has water supply and sanitation facilities. Hajo's households also have access to tube well borehole.


Religious groups/demography in the constitution :

Below the given table shows the religious demography of Hajo Circle :

Religion

Total

Hindu

1,46,816

(55.92%)

Muslim

1,14,669

(43.68%)

Christian

149

(0.06%)


Caste and Tribes in the Constituency :

In Hajo Circle, the majority of the population living is Scheduled Caste while a little amount constitutes of Scheduled Tribes.

Total

Male

Female

Scheduled Caste

36,725

18,640

18,085

Scheduled Tribe

2,355

1,169

1,186


Top 3 city under Constitution :

In the Hajo Constituency, there are no towns or cities.

Male/Female Electoral Distribution :

Sex Ratio :

The Census of 2011 declared that the sex ratio of Hajo is 950 females per 1000 male.

Age Group Distribution :

In Hajo Assembly Constituency about 13% population is under six years of age.

Total

Male

Female

Child (0-6)

32,918

16,750

16,168


Polling Percentage of Last Three Years :

The Polling Percentage of Hajo Constituency of the last three years is given in the table below :

Candidates

Par ty

Percentage Share

Lok Sabha Elections, 2019

Bobbeeta Sharma

INC

49.58%

Assembly Election, 2016

Suman Haripriya

BJP

40.76%

Lok Sabha Elections,2014

Bijoya Chakravarty

BJP

41.77%


Result of last five elections :

  1. In prior to the 1996 Assam Assembly/MLA Elections, a candidate Nurul Hussain of AGP had won the Assembly/MLA seat with 45306 votes.
  2. In the Assembly/MLA Election of 2001, a candidate Dr Haren Das of INC won the Assembly/ MLA election with 40726 votes.
  3. In the Assembly/MLA Election of 2006, a candidate of 1996 Assembly/MLA Election named, Nurul Hussain of AGP once again won Assembly/MLA seat against Dr Haren Das of INC with 38917 votes.
  4. In the 2011 Assembly/MLA Elections of Assam, a candidate Dwipen Pathak of AITC had won the Assembly/MLA seat with 33331 votes.
  5. In prior to 2016 Assembly/MLA Election, a candidate Suman Haripriya of BJP had won the Assembly/MLA seat against Dwipen Pathak of AITC with 55096 votes. Now Suman Haripriya of BJP is the present MLA of Hajo Constituency. Here's the the table is given below for detailed information :


Year

Candidate

Party

Total Vote


2016

Suman Haripriya

BJP

55096

2011

Dwipen Pathak

AITC

33331

2006

Nurul Hussain

AGP

38917

2001

Dr Haren Das

INC

40726

1996

Nurul Hussain

AGP

45306

The percentage vote share of the political parties in the previous election :

  1. In the Assembly/MLA Election of 2016, Suman Haripriya of BJP won the Assembly/MLA seat by securing 40.76% of votes.
  2. Then, Dulu Ahmed of INC stood second with 34.17% of votes.
  3. Then thirdly, Nurul Hussain of AGP got 12.29% of votes.
  4. And fourthly, Dwipen Pathak of AITC secured 4.94% of votes.
  5. And lastly, Mujibur Rahman of AIUDF secured only 2.64% of votes..

The table provided below clearly shows the percentage share of votes by the political parties in the last 2016 Assam Assembly Election :

Candidate Name

Party

Percentage Share

Suman Haripriya

BJP

40.76%

Dulu Ahmed

INC

34.17%

Nurul Hussain

AGP

12.29%

Dwipen Pathak

AITC

4.94%

Mujibur Rahman

AIUDF

2.64%

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

The names or the list of the candidate who contested in the previous MLA Election of 2016 is given in the table below.

Suman Haripriya of BJP won the Assembly/MLA election with 55096 votes whereas in last position, an AIUDF candidate, Mujibur Rahman secured only 3567 votes.

Here's the below table :

Candidate Name

Party

Total Votes

Suman Haripriya

BJP

55096

Dulu Ahmed

INC

46188

Nurul Hussain

AGP

16608

Dwipen Pathak

AITC

6673

Mujibur Rahman

AIUDF

3567

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