Jalukbari Assembly constituency

Jalukbari Assembly constituency is one of the 126 assembly constituencies of Assam state assembly, in north-east India. It is a segment of Gauhati Lok Sabha constituency.[1]

Jalukbari
Constituency No. 51 for the Assam Legislative Assembly
Constituency details
CountryIndia
RegionNortheast India
StateAssam
DistrictKamrup Metropolitan
LS constituencyGauhati
Established1967
ReservationNone
Member of Legislative Assembly
15th Assam Legislative Assembly
Incumbent
Party  BJP
Elected year2021

Himanta Biswa Sarma has won Jalukbari constituency for five consecutive terms, thrice with Indian National Congress and twice with Bharatiya Janata Party.[2]

Most Successful parties from Jalukbari Vidhan Sabha

Members of the Legislative Assembly edit

Most Successful M.L.A.s from Jalukbari Vidhan Sabha

  Others( 2 Times) (16%)
SI No. Year Name Party
1. 1967 S. Medhi Independent
2. 1972 Rebati Das Indian National Congress
3. 1978 Lakhyadhar Choudhury Janata Party
4. 1983 Shah Jalal Ali Indian National Congress
5. 1985 Bhrigu Kumar Phukan Independent
6. 1991 Natun Asom Gana Parishad
7. 1996 Asom Gana Parishad
8. 2001 Himanta Biswa Sarma Indian National Congress
9. 2006
10. 2011
11. 2016 Bharatiya Janata Party
12. 2021

Election results edit

2021 edit

2021 Assam Legislative Assembly election: Jalukbari
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Himanta Biswa Sarma 130,762 77.39 +1.23
INC Ramen Chandra Borthakur 28,851 17.07 -3.80
Independent Hemanta Kumar Sut 4,838 2.86
Majority 1,01,911 60.32 +5.03
Turnout 1,69,155 82.64
BJP hold Swing

2016 edit

2016 Assam Legislative Assembly election: Jalukbari
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
BJP Himanta Biswa Sarma 118,390 76.16 +52.11
INC Niren Deka 32,455 20.87 -51.22
AITC Sadek Ali 371 0.23 -0.73
NOTA None of the above 1,074 0.69 N/A
Majority 85,935 55.29 -4.19
Turnout 1,55,436 85.18 +6.02
Registered electors 1,81,215
BJP gain from INC Swing +51.67

2011 edit

2011 Assam Legislative Assembly election: Jalukbari
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Himanta Biswa Sarma 93,812 72.09 +8.62
BJP Prodyut Bora 16,409 12.61 +7.96
AGP Monoj Kumar Saikia 14,887 11.44 -17.00
AITC Bimal Mochachary 1,250 0.96 N/A
Independent Ramen Lahkar 1,037 0.80 N/A
AIUDF Atma Ram Deka 933 0.72 -0.97
SP Nathuni Das 836 0.64 N/A
Independent Prafulla Bharali 495 0.38 N/A
Independent Naba Kumar Nath 473 0.36 N/A
Majority 77,403 59.48 +24.45
Turnout 1,30,132 79.16 +1.34
INC hold Swing +0.33

2006 edit

Assam Legislative Assembly election, 2006: Jalukbari
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Himanta Biswa Sarma 76,948 63.47 +16.76
AGP Puspa Deka 34,480 28.44 N/A
BJP Jayanta Kumar Das 5,632 4.65 -3.94
AIUDF Md. Bapukan Ali 2,049 1.69 N/A
AGP(P) Manoj Saikia 1,142 0.94 N/A
Independent Phukan Boro 978 0.81 N/A
Majority 42,468 35.03 +24.63
Turnout 1,21,229 77.82 +2.02
INC hold Swing

2001 edit

Assam Legislative Assembly election, 2001: Jalukbari
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
INC Himanta Biswa Sarma 45,054 46.76
NCP Bhrigu Kumar Phukan 35,035 36.36
BJP Ramendra Nath Deka 8,278 8.59
CPI(M) Purna Boro 3,110 3.23
LJP Puspa Deka 1,683 1.75
Independent Dilip Kumar Mahajan 904 0.94
SJP(R) Anil Sarma 728 0.76
Samata Party Alok Sen 468 0.49
Independent Atmaram Deka 456 0.47
UMFA Bijoy Krishna Ghosh 365 0.38
SP Umesh Chandra Das 277 0.29
Majority 10,019 10.40
Turnout 96,358 75.80
INC gain from AGP Swing

1996 edit

Assam Legislative Assembly election, 1996: Jalukbari
Party Candidate Votes % ±%
AGP Bhrigu Kumar Phukan 46,446 54.97
INC Himanta Biswa Sarma 29,318 34.70
BJP Sasi Sarma 7,136 8.45
Majority 17,128 20.27
Turnout 84,490 76.52
AGP gain from Natun Asom Gana Parishad Swing

See also edit

References edit

External links edit

  • "Results of all Assam Assembly elections". eci.gov.in. Election Commission of India. Retrieved 15 March 2022.

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