2021 Bihar Panchayat Election Results – 9th Phase, Full List of Winners

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The counting of votes for the 9th phase of the 2021 Bihar Panchayat Elections has been completed and the results of the election are out. The Bihar Panchayat Elections 2021 are being held in 11 phases, the first phase of the election was conducted on 24th September 2021 and the final phase i.e., the 11th phase is scheduled to be held on 12th December 2021. The 9th phase of the elections was conducted on 29th November during which polls were contested in 53 blocks across 35 districts of Bihar. A total of 97,878 candidates contested in the 9th phase of the 2021 Bihar Panchayat Elections.

The voting was conducted with tight security at the voting booths to prevent any violent incidents, for the counting of the votes too, multi-layer security arrangements were made on counting day – 1st December 2021 to ensure peaceful counting of votes. Magistrates were appointed at counting venues to ensure smooth proceedings. The 97.878 candidates were vying for the posts of Zilla Parishad member, Mukhiya, Panchayat Samiti Member, Ward Member, Panch & Sarpanch.

Staqu, an AI implementation & enabler services firm had tied up with the Bihar State Election Commission to introduce automated vote-counting in the state. Staqu’s proprietary Video Analytics system called JARVIS was deployed for counting votes by monitoring the Electronic Voting Machines (EVMs) screens at the poll-counting stations. JARVIS is an AI-powered analytical software developed by Staqu.

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List of Winning Candidates:

AreaWinning Candidate
Fatuha Zilla Parishad 33, PatnaAnju Devi
Ward 33, West ChamparanRenu Devi
District Council #35, Nautan, West ChamparanManoj Kumar Kushwaha
Ager Kala, Suryapura, RohtaKumari Poonam
Balihar, RohtaRanjit Singh
Shivao Bahar, RohtaBhagirathi Singh
Suryapura, RohtaPramod Kumar
Sormar Panchayat, KalyanpurKumari Ritu
Piru, AurangabadGopal Singh
PurharaFurqan Khan
Dumri Panchayat, Fatuha, PatnaRinki Devi
Paraiya Block, GayaSunil Kumar
Gaighat Panchayat, BuxarHarendra Prasad
Telwa West, Saharsa, Mahishi BlockArchana Kumari
Telwa East, Saharsa, Mahishi BlockMohammed Nurullah
Sonbarsa PanchayatSandhya Tarana
Panapur Ranjita Panchayat, East Harsiddhi, East CamparanDashrath Singh
Kaliaganj PanchayatNeha Devi
Pipra BijwarMehjabi Khatoon
Parsawan Panchayat, Pandarak Block, BepatnaShambu Singh
Pandarak BlockShobha Devi
Dhivar Panchayat, Pandarak Block, PatnaReema Devi
Badgaon Panchayat, Bandra Block, MuzaffarpurAbdul Sattar
BhojpurIndu Devi
Banarpur Panchayat, BuxarMamta Kumari
Dighali PanchayatSamad Ali Mukhiya
Hirota Dumma Panchayat, Tariyani Block, SheoharPankaj Kumar
Madhopur ChhataNeeraj Kumar
Bela Panchayat, JamuiAsha Devi
Arunmabank Panchayat, JamuiPhoolmanti Devi
Garhi Panchayat, JamuiSabana Khatoon
Jeet JinghoiShambhu Manjhi
KendihUsha Devi
Jhitkahiya Panchayat, East ChamparanGeeta Devi
NaurangiyaRamesh Kumar Yadav
Mahuar Panchayat, Ramgarh Block, KaimurBechan Sharma
Baghakal Panchayat, Gaighat Block, MuzaffarpurVibha Devi
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BJP Set to Retain Power in Uttar Pradesh 2022 Elections

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The current ruling party in Uttar Pradesh (UP), the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) is touted to win the upcoming 2022 UP Legislative Assembly elections again and achieve majority number of seats comfortably. BJP is projected to win 240-250 out of the total 403 seats in the UP Legislative Assembly according to a opinion poll conducted by Times Now-Polstrat in November. According to the opinion polls, the Samajwadi Party & its allies will be second to the NDA alliance led by BJP, while Bahujan Samajwadi Party is slated to lose a fair chunk of its votes to the NDA & SP.

The Indian National Congress (INC), led by Priyanka Gandhi Vadra is expected to win a sparse 5-10 seats which isn’t any improvement from their situation in the 2017 UP Legislative Assembly Elections. If these and majority of the opinion polls turn out to be true, current UP CM Yogi Adityanath will become the first UP CM to be in power for 2 consecutive terms.

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In their efforts to gain some advantage back in the upcoming UP elections 2022, INC leader Priyanka Gandhi Vadra declared that the party would allot 40% of their election tickets to women candidates and the party has been campaigning heavily with women being their primary target audience. Priyanka Gandhi Vadra has made a lot of huge promises to the women of UP like – free smartphones & 2-wheelers for college going girls, 3 LPG-cylinders free for women, a ₹10,000 honorarium every month to Anganwadi & ASHA workers, additional old-age widow pension of ₹1,000 per month and free travel for women in government buses.

Congress is targeting the women voters to get a healthy share of votes, the party is soon going to launch a 100-day PR campaign to garner support of these women voters leading with the slogan – “Ladki hoon, lad sakti hoon” to empower women and fight the crimes against women. The social media team of Congress is targeting women as historically there have been slightly higher percentage of women voters in UP than men. INC is targeting 100 seat victories and their social media/PR teams will contact women voters in these districts more than 10 times each by the time the elections roll around.

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Meanwhile, former UP CM Akhilesh Yadav, leader of the SP has promised the farmers of the state that they will be allowed to set up Mandis along the Purvanchal Expressway should his government be voted to power in the forthcoming elections. The ex-CM said the poorer societies of Purvanchal will be greatly helped by this move and the expressway will allow his party to significantly boost the economy of the towns and villages around it.

The Purvanchal Expressway is 341km long and starts at Chaudsarai village in Lucknow district on NH-731, and ends at Hydaria village on NH-31. The expressway also has a 3.2km long airstrip road stretch to facilitate emergency landings & take-off of Indian Air Force planes in cases of emergency.  Currently, the expressway has 6-lanes but with the capacity to be widened to 8-lanes if required in the future. The project of the Purvanchal Expressway cost approximately ₹22,500 crores and was developed to aid economic growth of eastern UP. The expressway connects the districts of Lucknow, Amethi, Barabanki, Prayagraj, Ambedkar Nagar, Ghazipur, Mau, Azamgarh & Sultanpur.

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The Purvanchal Expressway is already a major political factor in the upcoming UP Legislative Elections 2022. As the elections approach, the parties contesting the election are expected to spend upwards of ₹8,000 crores in total for advertising & campaigning efforts. TV-advertising will be the main avenue where the money will be spent and nearly 45% of it will be spent on ads via news media – TV, newspapers, radio etc.

DMK Government to form on Friday:

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  • Dravida Munnetra Kazagham (DMK) is the new government to be formed in Tamil Nadu this Friday.
  • DMK president M K Stalin’s Cabinet, including many other strong ministers like Duraimurugan shall be ministers for the first time. They will be worn as the state heads on Friday granting respectable portfolios to each of them.
  • Governor Banwarilal Purohit has approved the recommendations made by Stalin regarding persons to be appointed as ministers and their portfolios.
  • Mr. Stalin, who would assume office as Chief Minister for the first time, shall hold Home and other portfolios including public, general administration, all India services, district revenue officers, special programmed implementation and welfare of differently abled persons.
  • Stalin’s son Udhayanidhi’s name doesn’t appear on the list but there would be atleast two women on the list.
  • Below listed are the ministers are their respective ministries and the importance of each ministry.
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List of portfolios with respect to ministers:

SL. No.Name of the MinisterRespective MinistryRole of Ministry/ Importance
 M K StalinChief MinisterPublic, general administration, IAS, IPS, other all India service, district revenue officers, police, home, special initiatives, special programmed implementation, welfare of differently-abled persons
 S DuraimuruganWater ResourcesIrrigation projects including small irrigation, legislative assembly, governor and ministry, elections and passports, minerals and mines
 K N NehruMunicipal AdministrationMunicipal administration, urban and water supply
 I PeriasamyCooperationcooperation, statistics and ex-servicemen welfare
 K PonmudiHigher Educationhigher education, including technical education, electronics, science and technology
 E V VeluPublic Workspublic works (buildings, highways and minor ports)
 MRK PanneerselvamAgriculture and Farmer’s Welfareagriculture, agricultural engineering, agro-service cooperatives, horticulture, sugarcane excise, sugarcane development and waste land development
 KKSSR RamachandranRevenue and Disaster Managementrevenue, district revenue establishment, deputy collectors, disaster management
 Thangam ThennarasuIndustriesindustries, Tamil official language and Tamil culture, archaeology
 S RaghupathyLawlaw, courts, prisons and prevention of corruption
 S MuthusamyHousing and Urban Developmenthousing, rural housing, town planning projects and housing development, accommodation control, town planning, urban development and Chennai metropolitan development authority
 K R PeriakaruppanRural Developmentrural development, panchayats and panchayat unions, poverty alleviation programs, rural indebtedness
 T M AnbarasanRural Industriesrural industries, including cottage industries, small industries, slum clearance board
 M P SaminathanInformation and Publicityinformation and publicity, film technology and cinematograph act, newsprint control, stationery and printing, government press
 P Geetha JeevanSocial Welfare and Women Empowermentwomen and children welfare, including social welfare, orphanages and correctional administration, integrated child development scheme and beggar homes and social reforms and nutritious meal program
 Anitha S RadhakrishnanFisheries, Fishermen Welfare and Animal Husbandryfisheries and fisheries development corporation and animal husbandry
 SR RajakannappanTransporttransport, nationalised transport and motor vehicles act
 K RamchandranForestsforests
 R SakkarapaniFood and Civil Suppliesfood and civil supplies, consumer protection and price control
 V SenthilbalajiElectricity, Prohibition and Exciseelectricity, non-conventional energy development, prohibition and excise, molasses
 R GandhiHandlooms and Textileshandlooms and textiles, khadi and village industries board, boodhan and gramadhan
 Ma SubramanianMedical and Family Welfarehealth, medical education and family welfare
 P MoorthyMinister for Commercial Taxes And Registrationcommercial taxes, registration and stamp act, weights and measures, debt relief including legislation on money lending, chits and registration of companies
 SS SivasankarBackward Classes Welfarebackward classes welfare, most backward classes welfare and denotified communities’ welfare
 PK SekarbabuHindu Religious and Charitable EndowmentsHindu religious and charitable endowments
 Palanivel ThiagarajanFinance and Human Resources ManagementFinance, planning, personnel and administrative reforms, pensions and pension allowances
 SM NasarMilk and Dairy DevelopmentMilk and dairy development
 Ginjee K S MasthanMinorities Welfare and Non-Resident Tamils WelfareMinorities welfare, non-resident Tamils welfare, refugees and evacuees and wakf board
 Anbil Mahesh PoyyamozhiSchool EducationSchool education
 Siva V MeyyanathanEnvironment, Climate Change and Youth Welfare and Sports DevelopmentEnvironment and pollution control, youth welfare and sports development
 C V GanesanLabour Welfare and Skill DevelopmentLabour welfare, population, employment and training, census, urban and rural employment
 T Mano ThangarajInformation TechnologyInformation technology
 M MathiventhanTourismTourism and tourism development corporation
 N Kayalvizhi SelvarajAdi Dravidar WelfareAdi Dravidar welfare, hill tribes and bonded labour welfare
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AP High Court permits MPTC and ZPTC for conducting elections from tomorrow:

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  • Andhra Pradesh High Court permits MPTC (Mandal Parishad Territorial Constituency) and ZPTC (Zilla Parishad Territorial Constituency) to conduct elections from tomorrow onwards.
  • The advocate representing AP State Election Commission told High Court that the election process will begin from where it was halted last year in March 2020.
  • Justice U Durgaprasad Rao of Andhra Pradesh High Court, who had heard the petition filed by TDP, BJP and JSP for three days straight had reserved his order on Monday, 3rd of May, 2021.
  • The SEC wants to conduct the polling for the ZPTC and MPTC elections across the state of Andhra Pradesh on April 8. It requested the high court not to interfere in the election process at that stage.
  • However, the High Court has reserved its verdict after the SEC arguments. The court expected to deliver its judgement on April 6, Tuesday.
  • The Division Bench of the High Court ruled on the conduct of the Parishad elections. The division bench struck down the stay given by the single judge stating that the election could be held. However, it stated that the results should not be announced until further orders.
  • Justice U Durgaprasad Rao, who had heard the petition filed by TDP, BJP and JSP for three days straight had reserved his order on Monday.
  • A single-judge bench hearing the petitions filed by the BJP and TDP (Telugu Desham Party) on Tuesday seeking stay of the polls that struck down the BJP’s petition. However, the court hearing the petition filed by the TDP commented that the SEC had failed to implement the 4-week election code as per the Supreme Court guidelines.
  • The petitioners in their plea to Andhra Pradesh HC claimed that they were not consulted before the date for the announcement of the election.
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  • It is important to note here that earlier, the newly appointed State Election chief Nilam Sawhney on April 1 had issued a notification announcing MPTCs and ZPTCs polls. The polling was scheduled for April 8 and the counting of votes was supposed to be held on April 10.
  • Opposition TDP, Janasena, BJP are objecting at SEC holding elections as per the old notification. They were demanding the cancellation of old notification and begin the election process afresh by issuing a new notification.
  • The TDP has already announced to boycott these elections in protest. But the SEC stood adamant in holding the event as per the old notification.
  • During the hearing, the counsel for the State Election Commission, CV Mohan Reddy, had argued that the Commission has the powers to modify or renotify the election process as per Rule 7 of Andhra Pradesh Panchayath Rah election conduct rules. He had also reminded the court about the Supreme Court’s orders to resume the election process, which was stalled in 2020, due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
  • Meanwhile, advocate C Suman, who is representing the government had told the court that there was a need to complete polls at the earliest because the Andhra Pradesh state government was making plans to intensify the COVID-19 vaccination drive in light of an exponential surge in the Coronavirus cases in the state.
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Kerala Election Results 2021:

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  • Kerala assembly elections 2021 results were declared today on Mon day, 3rd of May, 2021 by the State Election Commission.
  • As per the announcement, Pinarayi Vijayan bagged victory leading left Democratic Front (LDF) party with 99 seats from Dharmadam constituency.
  • Pinarayi Vijayan is the incumbent chief minister of Kerala since 2016 and shall rejoin the post once again from this year, up to next consecutive five years of tenure after his LDF party won the 2021 assembly election.
  • The CPM-led alliance has managed to defy the decades-old tradition of Kerala voters alternating between the LDF and the Congress-led United Democratic Front (UDF) governments in the state.
  • While the LDF boasts of multiple popular party leaders and ministers, Pinarayi Vijayan is indisputably the face of the alliance, leading them in the assembly election from the front. Due to his outstanding handling capacity of multiple crises that hit the state consecutively, his image and persona proved how efficient he was to be called a good “crisis manager”.
  • These multiple crises were such as heavy flood disasters, delivery of food packets and other necessary essentials, relief camps, proper communication system during the calamities, evacuation of migrant workers during the 2020 pandemic lockdown and curfew amid the peak Covid-19, cyclone Ockhi in 2017, Nipah outbreak during 2018 and 2019, as well as advanced payment of welfare pensions to migrant laborers.
  • In the overall contest, the total number of seats secured by other leading major parties such as CPI (M) is 62, INC secured 21 seats, CPI-17, IUML-15, and KEC (M) securing only 5 seats.
  • The opposition United Democratic Front (UDF) won with 47 seats while Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) failed to at least open its account.
  • Kerala has become the only assembly in India that has no representative from the BJP.
  • Although today is a political celebration day for Kerala, but at the same it mourns in grief the sudden demise of the 87-year-old stalwart politician of Kerala, R. Balakrishna Pillai, who took his last breathe after coming to know that his film star son K.B. Ganesh Kumar won his fifth straight assembly elections from Pathanapuram, Kollam district of Kerala.
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List of winners and their respective constituencies:

SL. NoAssembly Constituency NameWinning PartyWinning Candidate
1ManjeshwaramIUMLP B Abdul Razak
2KasaragodIUMLN A Nellikkunnu
3UdmaCPMK Kunhiraman
6PayyanurCPMT I Madhusoodanan
7KalliasseriCPMT V Rajesh
8TaliparambaCPMJames Mathew
9IrikkurCONGRESSK C Joseph
10AzhikodeIUMLK M Shaji
11KannurCONGRESS (S)Ramachandran Kadannappalli
12DharmadamCPMPinarayi Vijayan
13ThalasseryCPMAdv. A N Shamseer
14KuthuparambaCPMKk Shailaja
15MattanurCPMKk Shailaja
16PeravoorCONGRESSAdv. Sunny Joseph
17MananthavadyCPMO R Kelu
18Sulthan BatheryCONGRESSI.C Balakrishnan
19KalpettaCPMC K Saseendran
21KuttiadyIUMLParakkal Abdulla
22NadapuramCPIE. K. Vijayan
23KoyilandyINDEPENDENTKarat Razack
24BalusseryCPMPurushuan Kadalundi
25ChalakkudyCPMB. D. Devassy
26ElathurCONGRESSA K Saseendran
27Kozhikode NorthCPMA Pradeep Kumar
28Kozhikode SouthIUMLDr. M.K.Muneer
29BeyporeCPMMammed Koya V K C
30KunnamangalamINDEPENDENTAdv. P.T.A. Rahim ‘E’
31KoduvallyINDEPENDENTKarat Razack
32ThiruvambadyCPMLinto Joseph
33KondottyIUMLT.V. Ibrahim
34EranadIUMLP.K Basheer
35NilamburINDEPENDENTP V Anvar
36WandoorCONGRESSA.P.Anil Kumar
37ManjeriIUMLAdv. M Ummer
38PerinthalmannaIUMLManjalamkuzhi Ali
40MankadaIUMLT A Ahammed Kabeer
41MalappuramIUMLP Ubaidulla
42VengaraIUMLP.K. Kunhalikkutty
42VallikkunnuIUMLAbdul Hameed Master
44TirurangadiIUMLK P A Majeed
45TanurNATIONAL (S) CONFV Abdurahiman
47KottakkalIUMLAbid Hussain Thangal
48ThavanurINDEPENDENTDr. K.T. Jaleel
49PonnaniCPMP. Sreeramakrishnan
50ThrithalaCONGRESSV.T. Balram
51PattambiCPIMuhammed Muhassin
52PayyannurCPIC Krishnan
53OttapalamCPMP Unni
56MalampuzhaCPMV S Achuthanandan E
57PalakkadCONGRESSShafi Parambil
58TaruralathurCPMP P Sumod
59ChitturJDSK Krishnankutty
60NenmaraCPMK. Babu
61AlathurCPMK D Prasenan
62ChelakkaraCPMU R Pradeep
63KunnamkulamCPMA C Moideen(E)
64GuruvayurCPMNk Akbar
65ManalurCPMMurali Perunelly
66WadakkancheryCONGRESSAnil Akkara
67OllurCPMAdv. K. Rajan
68PalaCONGRESS (K)K M Mani
69ThrissurCPIAdv.V S Sunilkumar
70KaipamangalamCPIE T Taison Master
71IrinjalakudaCPMR Bindu
72PuthukkadCPMK.K. Ramachandran
73ChalakudyCONGRESSSaneeshkumar Joseph
74KodungallurCPMV R Sunilkumar
75PerumbavoorCONGRESSEldose P Kunnapillil
76AngamalyCONGRESSRoji M John
77AluvaCONGRESSAnwar Sadath
78KalamasseryCPMP Rajeeve
79ParavurCPMV D Satheesan
80VypinCPMKn Unnikrishnan
81KochiCPMK J Maxy
82ThrippunithuraCPMAdv. M Swaraj
83ThrikkakaraCONGRESSAdv.P T Thomas E
84KunnathunadCPMPv Sreenijin
85PiravomCONGRESS (K)Anoop Jacob
86MuvattupuzhaCPIEldho Abraham
87KothamangalamCPMAntony John
88DevikulamCPMA Raja
89UdumbancholaCPMM.M. Mani
90ThodupuzhaCONGRESS (K)P.J. Joseph
91IdukkiKERALA CONGRESS (M)Roshy Augustine
92PeerumadeCPIE S Bijimol
93PalaCONGRESS (K)K M Mani
94KaduthuruthyCONGRESS (K)Adv. Mons Joseph
95VaikomCPIC K Asha
96EttumanoorCPMSuresh Kurup
97KottayamCONGRESSThiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan
98PuthuppallyCONGRESSOommen Chandy
99ChanganasseryCONGRESS (K)C F Thomas
100KanjirappallyCONGRESSDr. N Jayaraj
104AlappuzhaCPMDr.T.M.Thomas Isaac
106KuttanadNCPThomas Chandy
107HaripadCONGRESSRamesh Chennithala
108KayamkulamCPMU Prathibha
110ChengannurCPMAdv.K.K.Ramachandran Nair
111ThiruvallaJDSAdv.Mathew T Thomas
112RanniCPMRaju Abraham
113AranmulaCPMVeena George
115AdoorCPIChittayam Gopakumar
116KarunagapallyCONGRESSC R Mahesh
117ChavaraCPMN.Vijayan Pillai
118KunnathurCPMKovoor Kunjumon
119KottarakkaraCONGRESSThiruvanchoor Radhakrishnan
120PathanapuramCONGRESS (K)K.B. Ganesh Kumar
122ChadayamangalamCPIMullakkara Retnakaran
123KundaraCONGRESSP C Vishnunadh
124KollamCPMM Mukesh
125EravipuramCPMM. Noushad
129ChirayinkeezhuCPIV. Sasi
131VamanapuramCPMAdv. D.K.Murali
132KazhakkoottamCPMKadakampally Surendran
133VattiyoorkavuCONGRESSK Muraleedharan
134ThiruvananthapuramCONGRESSV.S. Sivakumar
136AruvikkaraCPMK.S. Sabarinadhan
138KattakkadaCPMI B Satheesh
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West Bengal Elections 2021:

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  • West Bengal Assembly election results declared yesterday on Sunday, 2nd of May by the state election commission exactly at 11:30 pm.
  • As per the decision, Mamata Banerjee led-TMC party won over 213 seats while leading on 18 seats against Suvendu Adhikary led-BJP party winning only 77 seats while leading on 11 seats.
  • The election in the state was held over eight rounds of polling for a month amid the deadly second wave of the COVID-19 pandemic on 27th March, turning out to be the longest polling ever conducted in West Bengal. The dates practically followed 1st, 6th, 10th, 17th, 22nd, 26th, and 29th of April, 2021.
  • West Bengal has a 294-member assembly but elections were declined for Shamsherganj and Jangipur seats due to the death of candidates. Therefore, the year 2021 election in this state ended up contesting only for 292 constituencies only.
  • Out of 292 seats, the winning percentage for TMC is 72.9%, for BJP, it is 26.4%, and for other existing allies, the percentage was only 0.7%.
  • The Trinamool Congress’ request for recount of votes in Nandigram constituency, where Mamata Banerjee has lost to BJP’s Suvendu Adhikari by 1,736 votes, has been rejected by the Election Commission.
  • The Left Front comprising the Communist Party of India (Marxist), All India Forward Bloc, the Revolutionary Socialist Party and the Communist Party of India had a legacy in West Bengal and was one of the longest-serving elected governments in the world. The Left Front made a coalition named Sanyukta Morcha with the Congress and Abbas Siddiqui’s Indian Secular Front to try their luck in the 2021 West Bengal assembly polls.
  • Trinamool spokesperson and Rajya Sabha MP Derek O’Brien described the Trinamool’s election performance as a “momentous” day for India and West Bengal, whereas that of the BJP’s campaigning as a filthy one.
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List of winning candidates and their respective constituencies:

Ac NoAssembly Constituency NameDistrictWinning PartyWinning Candidate
1Mekliganj (Sc)CoochbeharAdhikary Paresh ChandraAll India Trinamool Congress
2Mathabhanga (Sc)CoochbeharSushil BarmanBharatiya Janata Party
3Coochbehar Uttar (Sc)CoochbeharSukumar RoyBharatiya Janata Party
4Coochbehar DakshinCoochbeharNikhil Ranjan DeyBharatiya Janata Party
5Sitalkuchi (Sc)CoochbeharBaren Chandra BarmanBharatiya Janata Party
6Sitai (Sc)CoochbeharJagadish Chandra Barma BasuniaAll India Trinamool Congress
7DinhataCoochbeharNisith PramanikBharatiya Janata Party
8NatabariCoochbeharMihir GoswamBharatiya Janata Party
9TufanganjCoochbeharMalati Rava RoyBharatiya Janata Party
10Kumargram (St)AlipurduarManoj Kumar OraonBharatiya Janata Party
11Kalchini (St)AlipurduarBishal LamaBharatiya Janata Party
12AlipurduarAlipurduarSuman KanjilalBharatiya Janata Party
13Falakata (Sc)AlipurduarDipak BarmanBharatiya Janata Party
14Madarihat (St)AlipurduarManoj TiggaBharatiya Janata Party
15Dhupguri (Sc)JalpaiguriBishnu Pada RayBharatiya Janata Party
16Maynaguri (Sc)JalpaiguriKaushik RoyBharatiya Janata Party
17Jalpaiguri (Sc)JalpaiguriDr. Pradip Kumar BarmaAll India Trinamool Congress
18Rajganj (Sc)JalpaiguriKhageswar RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
19Dabgram-PhulbariJalpaiguriSikha ChatterjeeBharatiya Janata Party
20Mal (St)JalpaiguriBulu Chik BaraikAll India Trinamool Congress
21Nagrakata (St)JalpaiguriPuna BhengraBharatiya Janata Party
22KalimpongKalimpongRuden Sada LepchaIndependent
23DarjeelingDarjeelingNeeraj Tamang ZimbaBharatiya Janata Party
24KurseongDarjeelingBishnu Prasad Sharma (Alias B.P. Bajgain)Bharatiya Janata Party
25Matigara-Naxalbari (Sc)DarjeelingAnandamay BarmanBharatiya Janata Party
26SiliguriDarjeelingSankar GhoshBharatiya Janata Party
27Phansidewa (St)DarjeelingDurga MurmuBharatiya Janata Party
28ChopraUttar DinajpurHamidul RahamanAll India Trinamool Congress
29IslampurUttar DinajpurAbdul Karim ChowdharyAll India Trinamool Congress
30GoalpokharUttar DinajpurMd. Ghulam RabbaniAll India Trinamool Congress
31ChakuliaUttar DinajpurAzad Minhajul ArfinAll India Trinamool Congress
32KarandighiUttar DinajpurGoutam PaulAll India Trinamool Congress
33Hemtabad (Sc)Uttar DinajpurSatyajit BarmanAll India Trinamool Congress
34Kaliaganj (Sc)Uttar DinajpurSoumen RoyBharatiya Janata Party
35RajganjUttar DinajpurKhageswar RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
36ItaharUttar DinajpurMosaraf HussenAll India Trinamool Congress
37Kushmandi (Sc)Dakshin DinajpurRekha RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
38KumarganjDakshin DinajpurToraf Hossain MandalAll India Trinamool Congress
39BalurghatDakshin DinajpurAshok Kumar LahiriBharatiya Janata Party
40Tapan (St)Dakshin DinajpurBudhrai TuduBharatiya Janata Party
41Gangarampur (Sc)Dakshin DinajpurSatyendra Nath RayBharatiya Janata Party
42HarirampurDakshin DinajpurBiplab MitraAll India Trinamool Congress
43Habibpur (St)MaldaJoyel MurmuBharatiya Janata Party
44Gazole (Sc)MaldaChinmoy Deb BarmanBharatiya Janata Party
45ChanchalMaldaNihar Ranjan GhoshIndian National Congress
46HarishchandrapurMaldaTajmul HossainAll India Trinamool Congress
47MalatipurMaldaAbdur Rahim BoxiAll India Trinamool Congress
48RatuaMaldaSamar MukherjeeAll India Trinamool Congress
49ManikchakMaldaSabitri MitraAll India Trinamool Congress
50Maldaha (Sc)MaldaGopal Chandra SahaBharatiya Janata Party
51EnglishbazarMaldaSreerupa Mitra ChaudhuryBharatiya Janata Party
52MothabariMaldaYeasmin SabinaAll India Trinamool Congress
53SujapurMaldaMd Abdul GhaniAll India Trinamool Congress
54BaisnabnagarMaldaChandana SarkarAll India Trinamool Congress
55FarakkaMurshidabadManirul IslamAll India Trinamool Congress
56ShamsherganjMurshidabad(contest declined)(contest declined)
57SutiMurshidabadEmani BiswasAll India Trinamool Congress
58JangiparaMurshidabadSnehasis ChakrabortyAll India Trinamool Congress
59RaghunathganjMurshidabadAkhruzzamanAll India Trinamool Congress
60SagardighiMurshidabadSubrata SahaAll India Trinamool Congress
61LalgolaMurshidabadAli MohammadAll India Trinamool Congress
62BhagawangolaMurshidabad(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
63RaninagarMurshidabadAbdul Soumik HossainAll India Trinamool Congress
64MurshidabadMurshidabadGouri Sankar GhoshBharatiya Janata Party
65Nabagram (Sc)MurshidabadKanai Chandra MondalAll India Trinamool Congress
66Khargram (Sc)MurshidabadAshis MarjitAll India Trinamool Congress
67Burwan (Sc)Murshidabad(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
68KandiMurshidabadApurba Sarkar (David)All India Trinamool Congress
69BharatpurMurshidabad(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
70RejinagarMurshidabadRabiul Alam ChowdhuryAll India Trinamool Congress
71BeldangaMurshidabadHasanuzzaman SkAll India Trinamool Congress
72BaharampurMurshidabad(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
73HariharparaMurshidabadNiamot SheikhAll India Trinamool Congress
74NaodaMurshidabadSahina Momtaz KhanAll India Trinamool Congress
75DomkalMurshidabadJafikul IslamAll India Trinamool Congress
76JalangiMurshidabadAbdur RazzakAll India Trinamool Congress
77KarimpurNadiaBimalendu Sinha RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
78TehattaNadiaTapas Kumar SahaAll India Trinamool Congress
79PalashiparaNadiaDr. Manik BhattacharyaAll India Trinamool Congress
80KaliganjNadia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
81NakashiparaNadiaKallol KhanAll India Trinamool Congress
82ChapraNadiaRukbanur RahmanAll India Trinamool Congress
83Krishnanagar UttarNadiaMukul RoyBharatiya Janata Party
84NabadwipNadiaPundarikakshya SahaAll India Trinamool Congress
85Krishnanagar DakshinNadiaUjjal BiswasAll India Trinamool Congress
86SantipurNadiaJagannath SarkarBharatiya Janata Party
87Ranaghat Uttar PaschimNadiaParthasarathi ChatterjeeBharatiya Janata Party
88Krishnaganj (Sc)NadiaAshis Kumar BiswasBharatiya Janata Party
89Ranaghat Uttar Purba (Sc)NadiaAshim BiswasBharatiya Janata Party
90Ranaghat Dakshin (Sc)NadiaMukut Mani AdhikariBharatiya Janata Party
91ChakdahaNadia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
92Kalyani (Sc)NadiaAmbika RoyBharatiya Janata Party
93Haringhata (Sc)NadiaAsim Kumar SarkarBharatiya Janata Party
94Bagdah (Sc)North 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
95Bangaon Uttar (Sc)North 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
96Bangaon Dakshin (Sc)North 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
97Gaighata (Sc)North 24 ParganasSubrata ThakurBharatiya Janata Party
98Swarupnagar (Sc)North 24 ParganasBina MondalAll India Trinamool Congress
99BaduriaNorth 24 ParganasAbdur Rahim QuaziAll India Trinamool Congress
100HabraNorth 24 ParganasJyoti Priya MallickAll India Trinamool Congress
101AshoknagarNorth 24 ParganasNarayan GoswamiAll India Trinamool Congress
102AmdangaNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
103BijpurNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
104NaihatiNorth 24 ParganasPartha BhowmickAll India Trinamool Congress
105BhatparaNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
106JagatdalNorth 24 ParganasSomenath Shyam IchiniAll India Trinamool Congress
107NoaparaNorth 24 ParganasManju BasuAll India Trinamool Congress
108BarrackporeNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
109KhardahaNorth 24 ParganasKajal SinhaAll India Trinamool Congress
110Dum Dum UttarNorth 24 ParganasChandrima BhattacharyaAll India Trinamool Congress
111PanihatiNorth 24 ParganasNirmal GhoshAll India Trinamool Congress
112KamarhatiNorth 24 ParganasMadan MitraAll India Trinamool Congress
113BaranagarNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
114Dum DumNorth 24 ParganasBrtya BasuAll India Trinamool Congress
115Rajarhat NewtownNorth 24 ParganasTapash ChatterjeeAll India Trinamool Congress
116BidhannagarNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
117Rajarhat GopalpurNorth 24 ParganasAditi MunshiAll India Trinamool Congress
118MadhyamgramNorth 24 ParganasRathin GhoshAll India Trinamool Congress
119BarasatNorth 24 ParganasChiranjeet ChakrabartiAll India Trinamool Congress
120DegangaNorth 24 ParganasRahima MondalAll India Trinamool Congress
121HaroaNorth 24 ParganasIslam Sk Nurul (Haji)All India Trinamool Congress
122Minakhan (Sc)North 24 ParganasUsha Rani MondalAll India Trinamool Congress
123Sandeshkhali (St)North 24 ParganasSukumar MahataAll India Trinamool Congress
124Basirhat DakshinNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
125Basirhat UttarNorth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
126Hingalganj (Sc)North 24 ParganasDebes MandalAll India Trinamool Congress
127Gosaba (Sc)South 24 ParganasJayanta NaskarAll India Trinamool Congress
128Basanti (Sc)South 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
129Kultali (Sc)South 24 ParganasGanesh Chandra MondalAll India Trinamool Congress
130PatharpratimaSouth 24 ParganasSamir Kumar JanaAll India Trinamool Congress
131KakdwipSouth 24 ParganasManturam PakhiraAll India Trinamool Congress
132SagarSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
133KulpiSouth 24 ParganasJogaranjan HalderAll India Trinamool Congress
134RaidighiSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
135Mandirbazar (Sc)South 24 ParganasJoydeb HalderAll India Trinamool Congress
136Jaynagar (Sc)South 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
137Baruipur Purba (Sc)South 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
138Canning Paschim (Sc)South 24 ParganasParesh Ram DasAll India Trinamool Congress
139Canning PurbaSouth 24 ParganasSaokat MollaAll India Trinamool Congress
140Baruipur PaschimSouth 24 ParganasBiman BanerjeeAll India Trinamool Congress
141Magrahat Purba (Sc)South 24 ParganasNamita SahaAll India Trinamool Congress
142Magrahat PaschimSouth 24 ParganasGias Uddin MollaAll India Trinamool Congress
143Diamond HarbourSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
144FaltaSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
145SatgachiaSouth 24 ParganasMohan Chandra NaskarAll India Trinamool Congress
146Bishnupur (Sc)South 24 ParganasDilip MondalAll India Trinamool Congress
147Sonarpur DakshinSouth 24 ParganasArundhuti Maitra (Lovely)All India Trinamool Congress
148BhangarSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
149KasbaSouth 24 ParganasAhmed Javed KhanAll India Trinamool Congress
150JadavpurSouth 24 ParganasDebabrata Majumdar (Malay)All India Trinamool Congress
151Sonarpur UttarSouth 24 ParganasFirdousi BegumAll India Trinamool Congress
152TollyganjSouth 24 ParganasAroop BiswasAll India Trinamool Congress
153Behala PurbaSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
154Behala PaschimSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
155MaheshtalaSouth 24 ParganasDulal Chandra DasAll India Trinamool Congress
156Budge BudgeSouth 24 ParganasAshok Kumar DebAll India Trinamool Congress
157MetiabruzSouth 24 Parganas(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
158Kolkata PortKolkataFirhad HakimAll India Trinamool Congress
159BhabanipurKolkataSobhandeb ChattopadhyayAll India Trinamool Congress
160RashbehariKolkataDebasish KumarAll India Trinamool Congress
161BallygungeKolkataSubrata MukherjeeAll India Trinamool Congress
162ChowrangeeKolkataBandyopadhyay NaynaAll India Trinamool Congress
163EntallyKolkataSwarna Kamal SahaAll India Trinamool Congress
164BeleghataKolkata(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
165JorasankoKolkataVivek GuptaAll India Trinamool Congress
166ShyampukurKolkataDr. Shashi PanjaAll India Trinamool Congress
167ManiktalaKolkata(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
168Kashipur BelgachhiaKolkata(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
169BallyHowrahRana ChatterjeeAll India Trinamool Congress
170Howrah UttarHowrahGautam ChowdhuriAll India Trinamool Congress
171Howrah MadhyaHowrahArup Roy, S/O Late Prabhat RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
172ShibpurHowrahManoj TiwaryAll India Trinamool Congress
173Howrah DakshinHowrahNandita ChowdhuryAll India Trinamool Congress
174Sankrail (Sc)HowrahPriya PaulAll India Trinamool Congress
175PanchlaHowrahGulsan MullickAll India Trinamool Congress
176Uluberia PurbaHowrahPulak RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
177Uluberia Uttar (Sc)HowrahDr. Nirmal MajiAll India Trinamool Congress
178Uluberia DakshinHowrahPulak RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
179ShyampurHowrahKalipada MandalAll India Trinamool Congress
180BagnanHowrahArunava Sen (Raja)All India Trinamool Congress
181AmtaHowrahSukanta Kumar PaulAll India Trinamool Congress
182UdaynarayanpurHowrahSamir Kumar PanjaAll India Trinamool Congress
183JagatballavpurHowrahSitanath GhoshAll India Trinamool Congress
184DomjurHowrahKalyan GhoshAll India Trinamool Congress
185UttarparaHooghlyKanchan MullickAll India Trinamool Congress
186SreerampurHooghlyDr. Sudipto RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
187ChampdaniHooghlyArindam Guin (Bubai)All India Trinamool Congress
188SingurHooghlyBecharam MannaAll India Trinamool Congress
189ChandannagarHooghly(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
190ChunchuraHooghlyAsit Mazumder (Tapan)All India Trinamool Congress
191Balagarh (Sc)Hooghly(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
192PanduaHooghlyDr. Ratna De NagAll India Trinamool Congress
193SaptagramHooghlyTapan DasguptaAll India Trinamool Congress
194ChanditalaHooghlySwati KhandokerAll India Trinamool Congress
195JangiparaHooghlySnehasis ChakrabortyAll India Trinamool Congress
196HaripalHooghlyDr. Karabi MannaAll India Trinamool Congress
197Dhanekhali (Sc)HooghlyAsima PatraAll India Trinamool Congress
198TarakeswarHooghlyRamendu SinharayAll India Trinamool Congress
199PursurahHooghly(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
200Arambag (Sc)HooghlyMadhusudan BagBharatiya Janata Party
201Goghat (Sc)Hooghly(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
202KhanakulHooghlySusanta GhoshBharatiya Janata Party
203TamlukPurba MedinipurSaumen Kumar MahapatraAll India Trinamool Congress
204Panskura PurbaPurba MedinipurBiplab Roy ChowdhuryAll India Trinamool Congress
205Panskura PaschimPurba MedinipurPhiroja BibiAll India Trinamool Congress
206MoynaPurba MedinipurAshoke DindaBharatiya Janata Party
207NandakumarPurba Medinipur(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
208MahisadalPurba Medinipur(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
209Haldia (Sc)Purba MedinipurTapasi MondalBharatiya Janata Party
210NandigramPurba MedinipurAdhikari SuvenduBharatiya Janata Party
211ChandipurPurba Medinipur(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
212PatashpurPurba MedinipurUttam BarikAll India Trinamool Congress
213Kanthi UttarPurba MedinipurSumita SinhaBharatiya Janata Party
214BhagabanpurPurba Medinipur(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
215Khejuri (Sc)Purba MedinipurSantanu PramanikBharatiya Janata Party
216Kanthi DakshinPurba MedinipurArup Kumar DasBharatiya Janata Party
217RamnagarPurba MedinipurAkhil GiriAll India Trinamool Congress
218EgraPurba MedinipurTarun Kumar MaityAll India Trinamool Congress
219DantanPaschim MedinipurBikram Chandra PradhanAll India Trinamool Congress
223Keshiary (St)Paschim MedinipurParesh MurmuAll India Trinamool Congress
224Kharagpur SadarPaschim MedinipurHiranmoy ChattopadhyayaBharatiya Janata Party
225NarayangarhPaschim MedinipurAtta Surja KantaAll India Trinamool Congress
226SabangPaschim MedinipurManas Ranjan BhuniaAll India Trinamool Congress
227PinglaPaschim MedinipurAjit MaityAll India Trinamool Congress
228KharagpurPaschim MedinipurDinen RoyAll India Trinamool Congress
229DebraPaschim MedinipurHumayun KabirAll India Trinamool Congress
230DaspurPaschim MedinipurMamata BhuniaAll India Trinamool Congress
231Ghatal (Sc)Paschim Medinipur(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
232Chandrakona (Sc)Paschim MedinipurArup DharaAll India Trinamool Congress
233GarbetaPaschim MedinipurUttara Singha (HazraAll India Trinamool Congress
234SalboniPaschim MedinipurSrikanta MahataAll India Trinamool Congress
235Keshpur (Sc)Paschim MedinipurSeuli SahaAll India Trinamool Congress
236MedinipurPaschim MedinipurJune MaliahAll India Trinamool Congress
220Nayagram (St)JhargramDulal MurmuAll India Trinamool Congress
221GopiballavpurJhargramDr. Khagendra Nath MahataAll India Trinamool Congress
222JhargramJhargramBirbaha HansdaAll India Trinamool Congress
237Binpur (St)Jhargram(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
238Bandwan (St)Purulia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
239BalarampurPurulia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
240BaghmundiPurulia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
241JoypurPuruliaNara Hari MahatoBharatiya Janata Party
242PuruliaPurulia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
243Manbazar (St)PuruliaSandhyarani TuduAll India Trinamool Congress
244KashipurPurulia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
245Para (Sc)PuruliaNadiar Chand BouriBharatiya Janata Party
246Raghunathpur (Sc)Purulia(result not yet updated)(result not yet updated)
247Saltora (Sc)BankuraBauri ChandanaBharatiya Janata Party
248ChhatnaBankuraSatyanarayan Mukhopadhyay
Bharatiya Janata Party
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2021 Tirupati Lok Sabha Seat By-Election Results:

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The results of the by-election held for the Lok Sabha seat of Tirupati Parliamentary Constituency were declared on Sunday evening by the Election Commission of India (ECI). The notification of the by-election was issued in the third week of March and the last date for filing of nominations was 30th March. The by-election polls were conducted on 17th April without any hiccups. The results of the by-election have been released by the ECI after counting began on Sunday 2nd May at 8AM.

In a unsurprising result, YSR Congress Party’s (YSRCP) M. Gurumoorthy scored a stunning victory over closest rival Panabaka Lakshmi of Telugu Desam Party (TDP). The YSRCP candidate M. Gurumoorthy scored 6, 24, 575 votes and convincingly beat Panabaka Lakshmi of TDP who had the second highest number of votes 3, 53, 792 votes to her name. With this result, the YSRCP has secured victory a gawping margin of 2, 70,783 votes more than their nearest rival. The next closest rival for YSRCP after TDP was touted to be BJP who fielded K. Ratnaprabha for the by-elections. Ratnaprabha only secured 56, 842 votes for BJP. The vote share for the respective parties was as follows – YSRCP – 56.67%, TDP – 32.09%, BJP – 5.17%, INC – 0.87%, CPI (M) – 0.54%, NOTA – 1.41% and Others – 3.26%.

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This victory margin of over 2.7 lakh votes more than the opposition is greater than their margin of victory for the same seat during the 2019 Lok Sabha Elections. In 2019, YSRCP won the Tirupati Lok Sabha seat by a margin of 2.28 lakh votes which is around 42,000 votes less than their victory margin in the 2021 by-elections. The vote counting process was repeated for 25 rounds with strict Covid-19 protocols in place at the counting stations. The counting stations were 10 halls of the SV University campus situated in Tirupati and 7 halls of the DKW College.

28 candidates contested for the much anticipated by-elections and the 7 assemblu segments that fall under the Tirupati Lok Sabha Parliamentary constituency witnessed a hotly contested battle between the ruling party YSRCP and oppositions of TDP & BJP. There was a voter turnout of nearly 64% on the day of polling. The Tirupati Lok Sabha by-elections were necessitated due to the demise of the then incumbent Lok Sabha seat holder from the YSRCP Balli Durgaprasad back in September of 2020.

The YSRCP had organised public meetings while campaigning for the LS seat by-elections, they had also planned a large public event with Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy scheduled to make an appearance. However, the party president and Andhra Pradesh Chief Minister Y.S. Jaganmohan Reddy cancelled his visit due to rising Covid-19 cases in Tirupati. YSRCP candidate continued campaigning on the ground at grass-root level as he personally met and interacted with farmers, agriculture vendors, labourers and other workers. Meanwhile the opposition TDP had tried everything and left no stone turned during campaigning to try and garner the support of the people. TDP chief N. Chandrababu Naidu was also part of the campaigning bby Panabaka Lakshmi. N. Chandrababu Naidu had made sure he had conducted at least one public meeting in the 7 assembly segments of Tirupati parliamentary constituency to ask for the support of Tirupati’s citizens.

At the end of the day on 2nd May, all of TDP’s efforts seemed to have been laid to waste after they were crushed to a heavy defeat by YSRCP.

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Tamil Nadu Election Results 2021:

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  • Tamil Nadu Election results are out for 2021 and MK Stalin leads the victory with at least 156 seats in the 234-membered constituency.
  • The victory of Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (DMK) party marked as a convincing one after almost a struggling decade, overthrowing All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam (AIADMK) party.
  • Now that the results are out, MK Stalin to become the Chief Minister of Tamil Nadu for the first time, moving towards a majority of its own, expecting to bag 125 seats last night on Sunday.
  • The AIADMK under outgoing chief minister Edappadi K Palaniswami had to put up a decent fight bagging only 66 seats. Its allies PMK nad BJP however, were leading in five and four seats respectively.
  • For the first time, there was no towering presence of two stalwarts, DMK president M. Karunanidhi and AIADMK chief Jayalalithaa.
  • The two communist parties-CPI and CPI(M), secured two seats each allowing VCK (Viduthalai Chiruthaikal Katchi) to win atleast four seats.
  • Other alliances in the contest included MMK (Manithaneya Makkal Katchi), MDMK (Marumalarchi Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam), PMK (Pattali Makkal Katchi), VCK (Vidhuthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi), TVK (Tamizhaga Vazhvurimai Katchi), BJP, AAP, as well as Congress.
  • Now that Congress was an early part of the DMK alliance, it performed outstandingly increasing its presence in the assembly to 17 from a mere eight seats during the previous election in 2016.
  • The DMK’s vote share was 37.7 percent with an impressive performance in regions including southern and northern regions while the AIADMK sliced away 33.4 percent.
  • The State’s Election Commission is yet to declare winners for all the 234 segments after which all the winning constituencies shall be updated soon.
  • Yesterday, for the DMK, it was a dream come true moment and in sync with its election song, “Stalin Thaan vararu”, which meant Stalin is going to become the chief minister.
  • DMK’s major ally the Congress was ahead in 16 seats, VCK in four constituencies and the two left parties in two segments each.
  • In 2006 assembly polls, AIADMK has lost the contest but anyhow managed to bag 61 seats. That following year, DMK won the polling with 96 seats, whereas Congress won 34.
  • But the game took a turning point in the 2016 with AIADMK winning 136 seats, DMK securing only 89 seats, and Congress winning only eight.
  • The prominent winners included the DMK chief MK Stalin himself from Kolathur and his son and party youth wing secretary, Udhayanidhi Stalin from Chepauk-Triplicane.
  • It is announced that MK Stalin will take oath for his Chief Minister post on 7th of May, 2021.
  • Makkal Needhi Maiam Chief Kamal Hassan loses to BJP women’s wing national president Vanathi Srinivasan in Coimbatore South constituency.
  • Kerala’s Left Democratic Front (LDF) won 99 out of the total 140 seats in the assembly, securing a second term in office.
  • Tamil Nadu Chief Minister Edappadi k Palaniswami resigns the post, giving a fresh space for DMK to serve the state of Tamil Nadu.
  • Amid allegations of dynasty politics, DMK strategists made a conscious effort to put Stalin at the centre of its campaign. Some accused him for being in too much hurry to win the post whereas his supporters on his victory consecutively doomed over those accusers and stated that it was his confidence and a good sense of urgency that made him win the contest and that “now the prince has become the king!”
  • People do agree that Stalin’s father Karunanidhi was a great orator, writer, and a national political colossus, but when it comes to Stalin, he loses the capability. They are the spoon-fed steps of his father, that enabled him to climb this wall of victory. It is however, very practical that Stalin didn’t take his inheritance for granted. He put all his wounds over to get this throne that serves the people of Tamil Nadu as well as the Indian civilization.
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Tamil Nadu Assembly Election Results 2021:

All India Anna Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam422668
Bharatiya Janata Party314
Communist Party of India202
Communist Party of India (Marxist)112
Dravida Munnetra Kazhagam9141132
Indian National Congress9817
Pattali Makkal Katchi415
Viduthalai Chiruthaigal Katchi314
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List of Winners and their respective constituencies:

ConstituencyConstituency No.Leading CandidateLeading Party
Alangulam223Paul Manoj PandianAIADMK
Anna Nagar21M.K. MohanDMK
Ariyalur149Chinnappa KDMK
Attur82Jayasankaran, A.P.AIADMK
Avanashi112Dhanapal, PAIADMK
Bargur52Mathiazhagan DDMK
Bhuvanagiri157Arunmozhithevan. AAIADMK
Chepauk-Thiruvallikeni19Udhayanidhi StalinDMK
Cheyyar68Jothi. ODMK
Chidambaram158K.A. PandianAIADMK
Coimbatore (South)120Vanathi SrinivasanBJP
Coonoor110Ramachandran, K.DMK
Dharapuram101Kayalvizhi NDMK
Dr.Radhakrishnan Nagar11Ebenezer. J.J. (@) John Ebenezer.JDMK
Erode (East)98Thirumahan Everaa,E.Congress
Gingee70Masthan K SDMK
Gobichettipalayam106Sengottaiyan K.AAIADMK
Harbour18Sekarbabu. P.KDMK
Jayankondam150Kannan Ka So KaDMK
Kattumannarkoil159Sinthanai SelvanVCK
Killiyoor234Rajesh Kumar SCongress
Kilvaithinankuppam45M.Jagan MoorthyAIADMK
Kovilpatti218Kadambur RajuAIADMK
Kumbakonam171Anbalagan, G.DMK
Kunnam148Sivasankar, S.S.DMK
Madathukulam126C MahendranAIADMK
Madavaram9Sudharsanam. SDMK
Madurai North191Thalapathi GDMK
Madurai South192Boominathan.MDMK
Madurai West194Raju. KAIADMK
Madurantakam35Maragatham. KAIADMK
Mailam71Sivakumar CPMK
Manachanallur144S. KathiravanDMK
Manamadurai187Tamilarasi A.DMK
Mannargudi167Rajaa T R BDMK
Melur188Periyapullan @ Selvam P.AIADMK
Mettuppalayam111Selvaraj A KAIADMK
Musiri145N. ThiyagarajanDMK
Nagapattinam163J. Mohamed ShanavasVCK
Nannilam169Kamaraj RAIADMK
Oddanchatram128Sakkarapani RDMK
Orathanadu175Vaithilingam, R.AIADMK
Ottapidaram217Shunmugaiah CDMK
Padmanabhapuram232Mano Thangaraj, T.DMK
Palayamkottai226Abdul Wahab .MDMK
Paramakudi209Murugesan SDMK
Paramathi-Velur95Sekar SAIADMK
Pattukkottai176Annadurai, K.DMK
Pennagaram58Mani. G.KPMK
Perambalur147Prabhaharan, M.DMK
Perambur12Shekar. R.DDMK
Peravurani177Ashokkumar, N.DMK
Perundurai103Jayakumar, S.AIADMK
Pollachi123Pollachi V. JayaramanAIADMK
Poompuhar162Nivedha M. MuruganDMK
Rajapalayam202Thangapandian S.DMK
Rasipuram92Mathiventhan MDMK
Rishivandiyam78Karthikeyan KDMK
Salem (North)89R. RajendranDMK
Sankarankovil219Raja EDMK
Sankarapuram79Udhayasuriyan TDMK
Sattur204Raghuraman, A.R.R.DMK
Senthamangalam93Ponnusamy KDMK
Sivaganga186Pr. SenthilnathanAIADMK
Srivaikuntam216Amirtharaj .SCongress
Srivilliputhur203Manraj, E.M.AIADMK
Sulur116Kandasamy V.P.AIADMK
Tenkasi222Palani Nadar.SCongress
Thanjavur174Neelamegam, T.K.G.DMK
Thiruthuraipoondi166Marimuthu KCPI
Thiruvallur4Raajendran, V.G.DMK
Thiruvarur168Kalaivanan Poondi K.DMK
Thiruverumbur142Anbil Mahesh PoyyamozhiDMK
Thoothukkudi214P.Geetha JeevanDMK
Thousand Lights20Ezhilan NDMK
Tindivanam72Arjunan PAIADMK
Tiruchendur215Anitha R. RadhakrishnanDMK
Tiruchengodu96Eswaran E RDMK
Tiruchirappalli (East)141Inigo Irudayaraj,S.DMK
Tiruchirappalli (West)140Nehru, K.N.DMK
Tiruchuli208Thangam ThenarasuDMK
Tirunelveli224Nainar NagenthranBJP
Tirupattur50A. NallathambiDMK
Tiruppur (North)113Vijeyakumar.K.NAIADMK
Tiruppur (South)114Selvaraj. K.DMK
Tiruvannamalai63E V VeluDMK
Tittakudi151Ganesan, C.V.DMK
Udhagamandalam108Ganesh, R.Congress
Ulundurpettai77Manikannan A JDMK
Usilampatti197Ayyappan PAIADMK
Valparai124Amulkandasami T KAIADMK
Vandavasi69Ambethkumar SDMK
Vaniyambadi47G.Sendhil KumarAIADMK
Vanur73Chakrapani MAIADMK
Vasudevanallur220Sadhan Thirumalaikumar, Doctor.TDMK
Vedasandur133Gandhirajan SDMK
Veerapandi91Rajamuthu, M.AIADMK
Vellore43Karthikeyan .PDMK
Vikravandi75Pugazhenthi NDMK
Vilathikulam213Markandayan VDMK
Villivakkam14A . VetriazhaganDMK
Virudhunagar206Seenivasan A.R.RDMK
Yercaud83G. ChitraAIADMK
Ambattur8Joseph SamuelDMK
Aranthangi183Ramachandran TCongress
Aravakurichi134Elango. RDMK
Athoor129Periyasamy IDMK
Avadi6Nasar S MDMK
Cheyyur34Babu MVCK
Coimbatore (North)118Amman K.ArjunanAIADMK
Colachal231Prince J.G.Congress
Edappadi86Edappadi Palaniswami. KAIADMK
Erode (West)99Muthusamy SDMK
Gummidipoondi1Govindarajan T.JDMK
Hosur55Prakaash YDMK
Kancheepuram37C.V.M.P. EzhailzrasanDMK
Kanniyakumari229Thalavai Sundaram N.AIADMK
Karur135Senthilbalaji VDMK
Kilvelur164Nagaimaali V PCPM
Kolathur13M.K. StalinDMK
Krishnarayapuram136Sivagama Sundari.KDMK
Madurai Central193Palanivel Thiaga RajanDMK
Madurai East189Moorthy PDMK
Manapparai138Abdul Samad PDMK
Nagercoil230Gandhi M.R.BJP
Namakkal94Ramalingam PDMK
Nanguneri227Ruby R ManoharanCongress
Palani127Senthil Kumar I.PDMK
Palladam115Anandan M S MAIADMK
Ponneri2Durai. ChandrasekarCongress
Poonamallee5Krishnaswamy ADMK
Pudukkottai180V . MuthurajaDMK
Ramanathapuram211Katharbatcha MuthuramalingamDMK
Saidapet23Subramanian. MaDMK
Salem (South)90E.BalasubramanianAIADMK
Salem (West)88Arul. RPMK
Sankari87Sundararajan, S.AIADMK
Sholavandan190Venkatesan ADMK
Singanallur121Jayaram, K.RAIADMK
Thirumangalam196Udhayakumar R BAIADMK
Thiruparankundram195Rajanchellappa, V.V.AIADMK
Thiruvidaimarudur170Chezhiaan, Govi.DMK
Thiyagarayanagar24Karunanithi JDMK
Thondamuthur119S.P. VelumaniAIADMK
Uthiramerur36Somasundaram VAIADMK
Velachery26Jmh.Aassan MaulaanaCongress
Vilavancode233Vijayadharani SCongress
Villupuram74Lakshmanan RDMK
Viralimalai179Vijaya Basker CAIADMK
Virugampakkam22Amv.Prabhakara RajaDMK
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2021 Puducherry Election Results! Latest Results and Winners List:

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The Election Commission of India has declared the election results of the 2021 Puducherry Assembly Elections during the early hours of Monday 3rd May 2021. The alliance of All India N.R. Congress (AINRC) and Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) has secured the safe majority required to form government in the Union Territory of Puducherry. The winning alliance secured 16 of the 30 seats to obtain majority and for the next government in the 30 member Legislative Assembly of Puducherry.

The final results after the counting are – AINRC has won 10 seats, BJP has won 6, DMK secured 6 wins, 2 wins for Congress and the rest 6 were won by Independents. This the first time that the AIADMK has scored a duck with no wins in the UT of Puducherry. Sources informed the media that the first talks had already commenced late Sunday night between the AINRC and BJP parties to form government in Puducherry.  BJP state-in-charge for Union Territories Nirmal Kumar Surana was already present in Puducherry and was taking the lead of the discussions being held by the BJP with the AINRC leaders regarding formation of government.

AINRC Founder and President N Rangaswamy has called for a meeting of party legislators on Monday. Monday will be a busy day for N Rangaswamy as Nirmal Kumar Surana and BJP Rajya Sabha MP also scheduled a meeting with the AINRC founder on Monday afternoon. Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Union Minister Amit Shah expressed gratitude towards the Puducherry public after securing majority with their alliances AINRC and AIADMK. “I thank the people of Puducherry for blessing NDA. We are humbled to serve the people and fulfil their dreams. Our Karyakartas made outstanding efforts to work among the people and elaborate on our agenda of good governance,” tweeted PM Modi from his Twitter handle.

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Puducherry Election Results 2021: List of Winners

  1. Ariankuppam – Datchanamourtt (NRC)
  2. Bahour – R Senthilkumar (DMK)
  3. Embalam – U Lakshmikandhan (NRC)
  4. Indira Nagar – V Aroumougame (NRC)
  5. Kadirgamam – S Ramesh (NRC)
  6. Kalapet – M L Kalyanasundaram (BJP)
  7. Kamaraj Nagar – A Johnkumar (BJP)    
  8. Karaikal – PRN Thirumurugan (NRC)    
  9. Karaikal South – AMH Nazim (DMK)
  10. Lawspet – M Vaithianathan (Congress)    
  11. Mahe – Ramesan Parambath (Congress)    
  12. Manavely – R Selvam (BJP)
  13. Mangalam – Djeacoumar C (NRC)
  14. Mannadipet – A Namassivayam (BJP)    
  15. Mudaliarpet – L Sambath (DMK)
  16. Muthialpet    – J Prakash Kumar (IND)
  17. Nedungadu – Chandirapriyanga (NRC)
  18. Nellithope – J Vivilian Richards (BJP)
  19. Neravy-T.R.Pattinam – Nagathiyagarajan (DMK)    
  20. Nettapakkam – P Rajavelu (NRC)
  21. Orleampeth – G Nehru Kuppusamy (IND)    
  22. Oupalam – Annibal Kennedy (DMK)    
  23. Oussudu –    AK Sai J Saravanan Kumar (BJP)
  24. Ozhukarai – M Sivasankar (IND)
  25. Raj Bhavan – K Lakshminarayanan (NRC)
  26. Thattanchavady – N Rangaswamy (NRC)    
  27. Thirubhuvanai –    P Angalane (IND)
  28. Thirunallar    – PR Siva (IND)
  29. Villianur – R Siva (DMK)
  30. Yanam – Gollapalli Srinivas Ashok (IND-Congress)
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Puducherry Election Results 2021: Winners List Party Wise

ConstituencyCandidate name Party
EmbalamU LakshmikandhanNRC
Indira NagarV AroumougameNRC
KadirgamamS RameshNRC
KalapetM L KalyanasudaramBJP
Kamaraj NagarA JohnkumarBJP
KaraikalPRN ThirumuruganNRC
Karaikal southAMH NazimDMK
ManavelyR SelvamBJP
MangalamDjeacoumar cNRC
MannadipetA NamassivayamBJP
MudaliarpetL SambathDMK
NellithopeJ Vivilian RichardsBJP
Neravy – T.R.PattinamNagathiyagarajanDMk
NettapakkamP RajaveluNRC
OupalamAnnibal KennedyDMK
OussuduAK Sai J Saravanan KumarBJP
Raj BhavanK LakshminarayananNRC
ThattanchavadyN RangaswamyNRC
VillianurR SivaDMK
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2021 Assam Assembly Election Results! Latest Results & List of Winners:

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The BJP led alliance is set to form government again in the state of Assam as the Assam Assembly Election Results 2021 are being updated. The NDA alliance led by the ruling party Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) looks set to win comfortably over the Grand Alliance led by the Indian National Congress (INC) in Assam. The BJP led NDA has won 76 seats in the Assam Assembly Elections 2021, the INC led Grand Alliance has won in 49 seats with the remaining lone seat going to the non-allied party of Raijor Dal (RD).

The elections in Assam were held in 3 phases on 27th March, 1st April and 6th April. The polling turnout in Assam were 79.93%, 80.96% and 82.33% in the 1st, 2nd and 3rd phases respectively. The ruling party BJP contested 92 seats and its alliance Asom Gana Parishad fought 26 seats. On the Grand Alliance front, Congress fought for 94 seats and its ally AIUDF competed for victory in 14 seats.

The BJP led alliance with Asom Gana Parishad (AGP), the United People’s Party Liberal (UPPL) and the Gana Suraksha Party (GSP) – the allies of BJP mainly represent the Bodo and Sarania companies respectively. The Grand Alliance led by the Indian National Congress which was dubbed as “Mahajot” comprises of the All India United Democratic Front (AIUDF), Bodoland People’s Front (BDF), the Communist Party of India [Marxist] (CPI (M)), CPI (Marxist & Leninist) and Anchalik Gana Morcha (AGM). The NDA has had to deal with attacks from 2 fronts in the Assam elections, one challenge was posed by the INC led Grand Alliance and its minority supported allied parties of AIUDF and BDF. The other challenge for the NDA was from strong and newly formed regional parties of Assam Jatiya Parishad (AJP) and the Raijor Dal (RD) a party that was formed out of the protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act (CAA) that swept Assam in 2019. Raijor Dal President Akhil Gogoi won the Sibasagar seat while being jailed.

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The counting began at 8AM in the state of Assam at 331 counting halls spread throughout the state. Strict health protocols were followed during the counting process which took place during the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic crisis in the country. A 3 tier security system was also arranged at all the counting halls to ensure maximum security and smooth functioning of the counting process. The results were declared slowly throughout the day for each seat and the final results declared late at night on 2nd May. The ruling party of BJP was looking to create history and it seems like it has succeeded in doing so by becoming the only non-Congress government to win consecutive terms in Assam.

In spite of strong resistance against the BJP for the implementation of CAA in Assam, the party managed to win on the power of benefit and development schemes while avoiding the CAA during campaigning. Also, there is no clarity on who will become the Chief Minister in Assam, while all major BJP players including current Chief Minister Sarbananda Soonwal who won after re-elections. BJP Assam Chief Ranjeet Das claimed the NDA will win over 83 seats in the state after the party had earlier claimed to secure victory in 100+ seats, the BJP led NDA has only won 76 seats in total so it remains to be seen who will be appointed CM of Assam but one fact that is know is that the next CM will be from BJP.

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Assam Assembly Elections Results 2021: List of Winners

  1. Abhayapuri North: Abdul Batin Khandakar (Congress)  
  2. Abhayapuri South: Pradip Sarkar (Congress)
  3. Algapur: Nijam Uddin Choudhury (AIUDF)
  4. Amguri: Prodip Hazarika (AGP)
  5. Badarpur –  Abdul Aziz (AIUDF)
  6. Baghbar – Sherman Ali Ahmed (Congress)
  7. Baithalangso – Rupsing Teron (BJP)
  8. Barama –  Bhupen Baro (UPPL)
  9. Barchalla – Ganesh Kumar Limbu (BJP)
  10. Barhampur – Jitu Goswami (BJP)
  11. Barkhetri – Diganta Barman (Congress)
  12. Barkhola – Misbahul Islam Laskar (Congress)
  13. Barpeta – Abdur Rahim Ahmed (Congress)
  14. Batadroba – Sibamoni Bora (Congress)
  15. Behali –  Ranjit Dutta (BJP)
  16. Bhabanipur –  Phanidhar Talukdar (AIUDF)
  17. Bihpuria – Amiya Kumar Bhuyan (BJP)
  18. Bijni – Phanin Boro (UPPL)
  19. Bilasipara East –  Samsul Huda (AIUDF)
  20. Bilasipara West – Hafiz Bashir Ahmed (AIUDF)
  21. Biswanath – Promod Borthakur (BJP)
  22. Bokajan – Numal Momin (BJP)
  23. Bokakhat – Atul Bora (AGP)
  24. Boko – Nandita Das (Congress)
  25. Bongaigaon – Phani Bhusan Choudhury (AGP)
  26. Chabua – Ponakan Baruah (AGP)
  27. Chapaguri – Urkhao Gwra Brahma (UPPL)
  28. Chaygaon – Rekibuddin Ahmed (Congress) 
  29. Chenga – Ashraful Hussain (AIUDF)
  30. Dalgaon – Mazibur Rahman (AIUDF)
  31. Dergaon – Bhabendra Nath Bharali (AGP)
  32. Dhakuakhana – Naba Kumar Doley (BJP)
  33. Dharmapur – Chandra Mohan Patowary (BJP)
  34. Dhekiajuli – Ashok Singhal (BJP)
  35. Dhemaji – Ranoj Pegu (BJP)
  36. Dhing – Aminul Islam (AIUDF)
  37. Dholai – Parimal Sukla Baidya (BJP)
  38. Dhubri – Nazrul Hoque (AIUDF)
  39. Dibrugarh – Prasanta Phukan  (BJP)
  40. Digboi – Suren Phukan (BJP)
  41. Diphu – Bidya Sing Engleng (BJP)
  42. Dispur – Atul Bora (BJP)
  43. Doom Dooma – Rupesh Gowala (BJP)
  44. Dudhnai – Jadab Swargiary (Congress)
  45. Duliajan  – Terash Gowala (BJP)
  46. Gauhati East – Siddhartha Bhattacharya (BJP)
  47. Gauhati West – Ramendra Narayan Kalita (AGP)
  48. Gauripur  – Nizanur Rahman (AIUDF)
  49. Goalpara East – Abul Kalam Rasheed Alam (Congress)
  50. Goalpara West – Abdur Rashid Mandal (Congress)
  51. Gohpur – Utpal Borah (BJP)
  52. Golaghat  – Ajanta Neog (BJP)
  53. Golakganj – Abdus Sobahan Ali Sarkar (Congress)
  54. Gossaigaon – Majendra Narzary (BOPF)
  55. Haflong –  Nandita Gorlosa (BJP)
  56. Hailakandi – Zakir Hussain Laskar (AIUDF)
  57. Hajo – Suman Haripriya (BJP)
  58. Hojai – Debabrata Saha (Congress)
  59. Howraghat – Darsing Ronghang (BJP)
  60. Jagiroad – Pijush Hazarika (BJP)
  61. Jaleswar – Aftab Uddin Mollah (Congress)
  62. Jalukbari – Himanta Biswa Sarma (BJP)
  63. Jamunamukh – Siraj Uddin Ajmal (AIUDF)
  64. Jania – Rafiqul Islam (AIUDF)
  65. Jonai – Bhuban Pegu (BJP)
  66. Jorhat – Hitendra Nath Goswami (BJP)
  67. Kalaigaon – Madhu Ram Deka (BJP)
  68. Kaliabor –  Keshab Mahanta (AGP)
  69. Kamalpur – Diganta Kalita (BJP)
  70. Karimganj North – Kamalakhya Dey Purkayastha (Congress)
  71. Karimganj South – Siddeque Ahmed (Congress)
  72. Katigora – Khalil Uddin Mazumder  (Congress)
  73. Katlichera – Suzam Uddin Laskar (AIUDF)
  74. Khumtai  – Mrinal Saikia (BJP)
  75. Kokrajhar East – Lawrence Islary (UPPL)
  76. Kokrajhar West – Rabiram Narzary (BOPF)
  77. Laharighat – Siddique Ahmed (IND)
  78. Lahowal – Binod Hazarika (BJP)
  79. Lakhimpur – Joy Prakash Das (J P)  – Congress
  80. Lakhipur – Kaushik Rai (BJP)
  81. Lumding – Sibu Misra (BJP)
  82. Mahmara – Jogen Mohan (BJP)
  83. Majbat – Charan Boro (BOPF)
  84. Majuli – Sarbananda Sonowal (BJP)
  85. Mangaldoi – Basanta Das  (Congress)
  86. Margherita – Bhaskar Sharma (BJP)
  87. Mariani – Rupjyoti Kurmi (Congress)
  88. Marigaon – Rama Kanta Dewri  (BJP)
  89. Moran – Chakradhar Gogoi (BJP)
  90. Naharkatia – Taranga Gogoi (BJP)
  91. Nalbari  – Jayanta Malla Baruah (BJP)
  92. Naoboicha – Bharat Chandra Narah (Congress)
  93. Nazira – Debabrata Saikia (Congress)
  94. Nowgong – Rupak Sarmah  (BJP)
  95. Palasbari – Hemanga Thakuria (BJP)
  96. Panery – Biswajit Daimary (BJP)
  97. Patacharkuchi – Ranjeet Kumar Dass (BJP)
  98. Patharkandi – Krishnendu Paul (BJP)
  99. Raha – Sashi Kanta Das (Congress)
  100. Rangapara – Krishna Kamal Tanti (BJP)
  101. Rangiya – Bhabesh Kalita (BJP)
  102. Ratabari – Bijoy Malakar (BJP)
  103. Rupohihat – Nurul Huda  (Congress)
  104. Sadiya – Bolin Chetia (BJP)
  105. Salmara South – Wazed Ali Choudhury (Congress)
  106. Samaguri – Rakibul Hussain  (Congress)
  107. Sarukhetri – Jakir Hussain Sikdar (Congress)
  108. Sarupathar – Biswajit Phukan (BJP)
  109. Sibsagar – Akhil Gogoi (IND-RD)
  110. Sidli  – Joyanta Basumatary (UPPL)
  111. Silchar – Dipayan Chakraborty (BJP)
  112. Sipajhar – Paramananda Rajbongshi (BJP)
  113. Sonai  – Aminul Haque Laskar (BJP)
  114. Sonari – Dharmeswar Konwar (BJP)
  115. Sootea  – Padma Hazarika (BJP)
  116. Sorbhog – Manoranjan Talukdar (CPM)
  117. Tamulpur  – Leho Ram Boro (UPPL)
  118. Teok – Renupoma Rajkhowa (AGP)
  119. Tezpur – Prithiraj Rava (AGP)
  120. Thowra – Sushanta Borgohain (Congress)
  121. Tingkhong – Bimal Borah (BJP)
  122. Tinsukia – Sanjoy Kishan (BJP)
  123. Titabar – Bhaskar Jyoti Baruah (Congress)
  124. Udalguri – Gobinda Chandra Basumatari (UPPL)
  125. Udharbond – Mihir Kanti Shome (BJP)
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