Assam Election Result 2016

 Assam Elections 2016

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Parliamentary Constituencies 14
Assembly Constituencies 126
Ruling Party Indian National Congress
Opposition Party All India United Democratic Front
Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi
Governor Padmanabha Balakrishna Acharya
Chief Electoral Officer Shri Vijayendra
Address C Block, 4th Floor, New Secretariat Building, Dispur, Assam, India.

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Phase 1
Poll Event 1st Phase ( 65 Acs)
Date of Notification Mar 11, 2016
Last Date for filing Nominations Mar 18, 2016
Date for scrutiny of nominations Mar 19, 2016
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures Mar 21, 2016
Date of poll Apr 4, 2016
Date of counting May 19, 2016
Date before which the election shall be completed May 21, 2016

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Phase 1
Poll Event 1st Phase ( 65 Acs)
Date of Notification Mar 11, 2016
Last Date for filing Nominations Mar 18, 2016
Date for scrutiny of nominations Mar 19, 2016
Last date for withdrawal of candidatures Mar 21, 2016
Date of poll Apr 4, 2016
Date of counting May 19, 2016
Date before which the election shall be completed May 21, 2016
List of constituencies for Phase-2 Poll in Assam
AC No. AC Name AC No. AC Name AC No. AC Name
21 Mankachar 42 Patacharkuchi 62 Barama (ST)
22 Salmara South 43 Barpeta 63 Chapaguri(ST)
23 Dhubri 44 Jania 65 Kalaigaon
24 Gauripur 45 Baghbar 66 Sipajhar
25 Golakganj 46 Sarukhetri 67 Mangaldoi(SC)
26 Bilasipara West 47 Chenga 68 Dalgaon
27 Bilasipara East 48 Boko (SC) 79 Jagiroad (SC)
28 Gossaigaon 49 Chaygaon 80 Marigaon
29 Kokrajhar West (ST) 50 Palasbari 81 Laharighat
30 Kokrajhar East (ST) 51 Jalukbari 82 Raha (SC)
31 Sidli (ST) 52 Dispur 83 Dhing
32 Bongaigaon 53 Gauhati East 84 Batadroba
33 Bijni 54 Gauhati West 85 Rupohihat
34 Abhayapuri North 55 Hajo 86 Nowgong
35 AbhayapuriSouth (SC) 56 Kamalpur 87 Barhampur
36 Dudhnai (ST) 57 Rangiya 88 Samaguri
37 Goalpara East 58 Tamulpur 89 Kaliabor
38 Goalpara West 59 Nalbari 90 Jamunamukh
39 Jaleswar 60 Barkhetry 91 Hojai
40 Sorbhog 61 Dharmapur 92 Lumding
41 Bhabanipur

 

Assam Election 2016

Assam will be one of the first states to go to polls. According to the announcement by the Election Commission, the 14th Assam assembly elections will begin on 4 April. The state will witness two-phase voting with the second phase of voting taking place on 11 April. The votes will be counted on 19 May. The tenure of incumbent Congress government, headed by chief minister Tarun Gogoi, is going to end in June 2016.

With over 126 assembly seats at stake, the poll pitch is set. The Congress party is keen to sustain its popularity in the state. The BJP, too, looks determined to oust the Congress. Over 3,000 hopefuls have sought BJP tickets for the forthcoming elections in the state. There are also other regional parties like AASU and AGP in the fray which the Congress and BJP cannot afford to ignore. Indeed, the state’s demographic pattern is so diverse that it is a big challenge for a single party to claim support of every section of the Assamese population.

 

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