for the Jatiya Sangsad
|Party||Bikalpa Dhara Bangladesh|
|Member(s)||Mahi B. Chowdhury|
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 reduced the number of seats in the district from four to three, making each of the surviving three larger.
Members of ParliamentEdit
Elections in the 2010sEdit
|Awami League||Sukumar Ranjan Ghosh||196,183||96.3||+46.3|
|JSD (R)||AKM Nasiruzzaman Khan||570||0.3||N/A|
|Awami League hold||Swing||+21.45|
Elections in the 2000sEdit
|Awami League||Sukumar Ranjan Ghosh||144,159||50.0|
|BNP||Shah Moazzam Hossain||99,233||34.4|
|BDB||A. Q. M. Badruddoza Chowdhury||37,709||13.1|
|IAB||Md. Mahiuddin Mazi||6,333||2.2|
|BTF||Golam Mostofa Santo||662||0.2|
|Awami League gain from BDB|
Mahi B. Chowdhury resigned from parliament on 10 March 2004 to form new political party Bikalpa Dhara Bangladesh with his father, A. Q. M. Badruddoza Chowdhury. Mahi's resignation triggered a June 2004 by-election, which Mahi won as a Bikalpa Dhara Bangladesh candidate, defeating his nearest rival, BNP candidate Momin Ali, by a greater than two-to-one margin.
In November 2001, A. Q. M. Badruddoza Chowdhury became President of Bangladesh, vacating his parliamentary seat. Mahi B. Chowdhury, his son, stood as a BNP candidate in the resulting 2002 by-election, and was elected.
|BNP||A. Q. M. Badruddoza Chowdhury||94,412||58.1||+7.6|
|Awami League||Sukumar Ranjan Ghosh||64,994||45.0||+15.7|
|IJOF||Shah Moazzem Hossain||2,505||1.5||N/A|
|JSD||Md. Alauddin Bhuiya||148||0.1||-0.2|
|Jatiya Party (M)||Delowar Hossain Visti||130||0.1||N/A|
Elections in the 1990sEdit
|BNP||A. Q. M. Badruddoza Chowdhury||62,787||50.5||-10.9|
|Awami League||K. S. Nabi||36,473||29.4||-5.4|
|JP(E)||Shah Moazzem Hossain||20,120||16.2||+15.9|
|IOJ||Dewan Maksud Ali Shah Nuri||2,189||1.8||N/A|
|Zaker Party||Murshedul Ahsan||1,405||1.1||-1.9|
|Jamaat-e-Islami||M. A. Latif Hawladar||632||0.5||N/A|
|JSD||AKM Nasiruzzaman Khan||317||0.3||+0.1|
|Bangladesh Muslim League (Jamir Ali)||Md. Moniruzzaman||194||0.2||N/A|
|JSD (R)||Md. Ruhul Amin Bhuiyan||171||0.1||N/A|
|BNP||A. Q. M. Badruddoza Chowdhury||75,099||61.4|
|Awami League||A. R. Khandokar||42,583||34.8|
|Zaker Party||Murshedul Ahsan||3,661||3.0|
|JP(E)||Shah Moazzem Hossain||372||0.3|
|JSD||Adilur Rahman Khan||249||0.2|
|Bangladesh National Congress||S. M. Tofazzal Hossain||95||0.1|
|BNP gain from JP(E)|
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