for the Jatiya Sangsad
|Member(s)||Mujibur Rahman Chowdhury|
The constituency was created for the first general elections in newly independent Bangladesh, held in 1973.
Ahead of the 2008 general election, the Election Commission redrew constituency boundaries to reflect population changes revealed by the 2001 Bangladesh census. The 2008 redistricting altered the boundaries of the constituency.
Members of ParliamentEdit
|1973||Delwar Hossain||Awami League|
|1979||Shah Mohammad Abu Zafar||Awami League|
|Major Boundary Changes|
|1986||Mohammad Azharul Haque||Jatiya Party|
|1991||Mosharraf Hossain||Awami League|
|February 1996||Chowdhury Akmal Ibne Yusuf||Bangladesh Nationalist Party|
|June 1996||Mosharraf Hossain||Awami League|
|1999 by-election||Saleha Mosharraf||Awami League|
|2002 by-election||Chowdhury Akmal Ibne Yusuf||Bangladesh Nationalist Party|
|2008||Nilufer Zafarullah||Awami League|
|2014||Mujibur Rahman Chowdhury||Independent|
Elections in the 2010sEdit
|Independent||Mujibur Rahman Chowdhury||98,300||57.5||N/A|
|Awami League||Kazi Zafarullah||72,248||42.2||-24.0|
|Jatiya Party (M)||Mohammad Zakir Hossain||559||0.3||N/A|
|Independent gain from Awami League|
Elections in the 2000sEdit
|Awami League||Nilufer Zafarullah||157,491||66.0||+63.3|
|Zaker Party||Mostafa Amir Faisal||70,085||29.4||N/A|
|BNP||Shah Alam Reza||3,937||1.7||-92.9|
|Awami League gain from BNP|
Abdur Razzaq stood for two seats in the 2001 general election: Faridpur-4 and Shariatpur-3. After winning both, he chose to represent the latter and quit the former, triggering a by-election. Chowdhury Akmal Ibne Yusuf was elected in a January 2002 by-election.
|BNP||Chowdhury Akmal Ibne Yusuf||85,047||94.6||+91.2|
|Awami League||Saleha Mosharraf||2,390||2.7||-47.1|
|Jatiya Party (M)||Md. Nurul Abedin||821||0.9||N/A|
|BNP gain from Awami League|
|Awami League||Abdur Razzaq||56,231||49.8|
|Independent||Chowdhury Akmal Ibne Yusuf||52,586||46.6|
|BNP||Md. Zahirul Haq||3,868||3.4|
|Independent||A. K. Shajahan Haider||177||0.2|
|Awami League hold|
Elections in the 1990sEdit
|Awami League||Mosharraf Hossain||45,580||48.4||-1.2|
|BNP||Chowdhury Akmal Ibne Yusuf||32,630||34.6||+6.3|
|Jamaat-e-Islami||Abdul Quader Molla||4,906||5.2||N/A|
|Zaker Party||A. H. M. Nazmul Huda||2,846||3.0||-18.0|
|IOJ||Md. Nurul Abedin||672||0.7||N/A|
|Awami League hold|
|Awami League||Mosharraf Hossain||43,313||49.6|
|BNP||Chowdhury Kamal Ibne Yusuf||24,730||28.3|
|Zaker Party||Md. Adel Uddin Hawladar||18,348||21.0|
|Bangladesh Janata Party||Md. Abdul Latif Miah||863||1.0|
|Awami League gain from JP(E)|
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