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

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

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

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Mankachar Assembly Constituency is a census town in South Salmara-Mankachar District located in Assam. It falls under Dhubri Lok Sabha Assembly. It is situated with, in the north, there is Hatsingimari, in the east and south there is Meghalaya and in the west, there is the international border with Bangladesh. The Mankachar is located at 25.53°N 89.87°E with a population of about 26,162.

Assembly constituency name and number:

MankacharAssembly Constituency is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of the Assam Legislative Assembly and falls under DhubriLok Sabha ConstituencyDr. MotiurRohman Mondal, of the INC party, won the Vidhansabha election in 2016, with the maximum number of votes and the runner up was Md. Aminul Islamof AIUDF party.


Parliamentary constituency:

DhubriParliamentary constituency is one of the 14 Lok Sabha Constituencies in Assam state in north-eastern India. It consists of 10 assembly segments i.e. Mankachar, Salmara South, Dhubri, Gauripur, Golakganj, Bilasipara East, Bilasipara West, Goalpara East, GoalparaWest, and Jaleswar. Badruddin Ajmal of AIUDF party in the Lok Sabha election of 2019 won with 7,18,764votes and the runner up was Abu Taher Bepari of INC party. The number of votes with which AIUDF won the elections of 2019 are 2,26,258 votes. [Also Check - List of Mankachar Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Polling Booths]

District:

It lies in the Dhubridistrict itself and occupies an area of 2,838 km2 and with a population of 1,949,258 numbers. It is a huge area with a sex ratio of 974 per 1000 male.


Number of towns:

There are114 villages in Mankachar town with a population of3,05,606.


Assembly Status:

Mankachar is an assembly constituency from Assam and the latest election was held in 2016. In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, the MLA of Mankachar Assembly Constituency is MotiurRohman Mondal of the INC party.



Total population:

The total population of the Mankachar Assembly Constituency is 3,05,606 of which 1,54,832 are males and 1,50,774 are females.


Number of households:

There are about 72,340households in the Mankachar Assembly Constituency.


Religious groups/ demography in the constituency:

According to the official census of 2011, Muslim is a majority in Mankachar. As per a report released by Census India of 2011, it has a population of 3,05,606 people.Muslim constitutes 92.88% of the total population.

Town

Population

Hindu

Muslim

Christian

Sikh

Buddhist

Jain

Others

Not Stated

Mankachar

3,05,606

6.65%

92.88%

0.31%

0.01%

0%

0.09%

0.00%

0.05%

Caste and tribes in the constituency:

In the Mankachar Assembly Constituency, the population of Scheduled Caste is 5,161 and Scheduled Tribe 4,027.



Male/female electoral distribution:

The total number of electorates in MankacharAssembly Constituency is 1,82,785and out of them the total number which turned out are 1,70,790 (93.89 %) electorates.

Gender

Age Range

Total

18-24

25-34

35-44

44-54

55-64

65+

Male

11,398 ( 7.1 %)

25,296 ( 15.7 %)

18,888 ( 11.7 %)

12,469 ( 7.7 %)

5,948 ( 3.7 %)

5,058 ( 3.1 %)

79,057 ( 49.0 %)

Female

12,771 ( 7.9 %)

24,877 ( 15.4 %)

19,232 ( 11.9 %)

14,492 ( 9.0 %)

6,607 ( 4.1 %)

4,161 ( 2.6 %)

82,140 ( 51.0 %)

Others

4 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

0 ( 0.0 %)

4 ( 0.0 %)

TOTAL

24,173 ( 15.0 %)

50,173 ( 31.1 %)

38,120 ( 23.6 %)

26,961 ( 16.7 %)

12,555 ( 7.8 %)

9,219 ( 5.7 %)

1,61,201 ( 100 %)

Sex ratio:

In Mankachar, the Female Sex Ratio is 974 per 1000 males and the Child Sex Ratio is also 974.


Age group distribution:

In Mankachar, 60650of the population are under the age of six of which 30718 are males and 29932 are females.



Polling percentage for the last three years:

In the 2019 DhubriLok Sabha Seat election, Badruddin Ajmalof the AIUDF became the MP from the Dhubri Constituency with a vote of 7,18,764 and Abu Taher Beparifrom INC stood second gaining 4,92,506votes.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, Dr Motiur Rohman Mondal became the MLA from the Mankachar Constituency with a vote of 54181and Md Aminuj Islam of AIUDF stood second gaining 49,868votes with a margin of 4,313.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2011, Zabed Islam of INDbecame the MLA from the Mankachar Constituency with a vote of 64,639and Dr MotiurRohman Mondal of INC stood second gaining 53,852 votes with a margin of 10,787.



Result of last five elections:

In the 2019 Dhubri Lok Sabha Seat election, Badruddin Ajmal of the AIUDF became the MP from the Dhubri Constituency with a vote of 7,18,764 and Abu Taher Bepari from INC stood second gaining 4,92,506 votes.


In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, Dr. MotiurRohman Mondal of INCbecame the MLA from the Mankachar Constituency with a vote of 54181 and Md Aminuj Islam of AIUDF stood second gaining 49,868 votes with a margin of 4,313.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2011, Zabed Islam of IND became the MLA from the Mankachar Constituency with a vote of 64,639 and Dr MotiurRohman Mondal of INC stood second gaining 53,852 votes with a margin of 10,787.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2006, Dr. MotiurRohman Mondal of IND became the MLA from the Mankachar Constituency with a vote of 38,554 and Zabed Islam of INC stood second gaining 36,651 votes with a margin of 1,903.

In the Vidhansabha election of 2001, Hosenara Islam of INC became the MLA from the Mankachar Constituency with a vote of 35,699 and Dr. MotiurRohman Mondal of IND stood second gaining 32,010 votes with a margin of 3,689.

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:

2016 Legislative Assembly Constituency Election

S N

Candidate

Party

Total Vote

1

Dr MotiurRohman Mondal
Male
66 yr
GEN

INC
Indian National Congress

54181
31.57%

2

Md Aminul Islam
Male
41 yr
GEN

AIUDF
All India United Democratic Front

49868
29.06%

3

Zabed Islam
Male
48 yr
GEN

IND
Independent

48358
28.18%

4

Abdul Salam Shah
Male
48 yr
GEN

BJP
Bharatiya Janata Party

8490
4.95%

5

Aminul Islam
Male
66 yr
GEN

IND
Independent

6718
3.91%


Candidates in the previous election and result:

In the Vidhansabha election of 2016, Dr. MotiurRohman Mondal of INC became the MLA from the Mankachar Constituency with a vote of 54181 and Md Aminuj Islam of AIUDF stood second gaining 49,868 votes with a margin of 4,313.



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