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Assam Vidhansabha Polls 2016

Assam Assembly Election Results 2011

Assam is a beautiful state nestled in the north-eastern parts of India. The glorious rivers Brahmaputra and Barak and the scenic hills of Karbi Anglong and North Cachar add to paradise looks of Assam. Assam is spread across 78,550 sq km.

In political terms, Congress has ruled over Assam more than any other party. From 1947 to 1978, Congress enjoyed power without challenge. In 1978, BJP did win the state elections in Assam, but the Govt fell in just two years time. Since then, it has been a race between Congress and main political party, the Asom Gana Parishad (AGP).

Congress is currently in its second consecutive term in Assam and is looking to win the polls again in 2011.

Some facts on assam Assembly Polls 2011:

State Districts Total Constituencies Electoral Rolls Polling Stations
Assam 10 126 (8 for SC and 16 for ST) 1,81,45,914 23,813

Assam Polls 2011 Schedule:

Assembly Constituencies for 2011 polls in Assam

Assam Elections 2011 will be held in two phases. Election is scheduled on 4th April and 11th April 2011. The counting of votes will be done on 13th May (Friday).

  1st Phase(62) 2nd Phase(64)
Date of issue of Notification 10.3.2011 (Thursday)  18.3.2011 (Friday) 
Last Date for Nominations 17.3.2011 (Thursday)  25.3.2011 (Friday) 
Date for Scrutiny 18.3.2011 (Friday)  26.3.2011 (Saturday) 
Last Candidature Withdrawl Date 21.3.2011 (Monday)  28.3.2011 (Monday) 
Date of Polls 4.4.2011 (Monday)  11.4.2011 (Monday) 
Date before which election will be completed 18.5.2011 (Wednesday)  18.5.2011 (Wednesday) 

Assam Election Results:

General Elections 2009:

In the 2009 General Elections, Congress won 7 seats out of a total 14. Detailed Assam election results are here.

Assembly Results for Assam in 2006:

Off the 126 constituencies that went to polls in 2006, Congress won 53 seats, while AGP managed just half the seats as Congress.

Political Party No. of Seats Constituents
Congress 53 INC
AGP+ 28 AGP-24, CPM-2, ASDC-1, CPI-1
Others 45 IND-22, AUDF-10, BJP-10, AGP(P)-1, NCP-1, LKS-1

Detailed coverage of Assam 2006 Assembly results is here.

Assam Assembly Constituencies for 2011 Elections:

There would be a total of 126 Vidhansabha seats from 10 districts of Assam going to polls for Assam 2011 Assembly elections.

Click the district names below to get election information on the constituencies:

Districtwise Assam Constituencies For 2016 Elections
KamrupLakhimpurMikir HillsNorth Cachar Hills

jadid habib   barpeta

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

not bad

Arindom Krishnatraya   Dist: Sivasagar Cons: Sonari Sapekhati

Thursday, May 12, 2011

Will AGP ruled over again ?

A Deshbhakt.   Assam.

Thursday, May 12, 2011

I think if AGP & BJP forms the government this tine, they may take some action against Bangladeshis to show that they are doing something. But, they won't do anything on long term basis to throw out the Bangladeshis. This is what I believe. When NDA was in power, even then, the Bangladesh border was not sealed. For Congress, Bangladeshis are their election gift which we all know. I may be wrong, but, if Congress & AUDF forms the government this time, Assam would be a safe heaven for the Bangladeshis. New Bangladeshis would be provided Congressi AUDFi Visas (I mean immegrate to India Illegally) to travel to India through the open borders and enjoy the Indian environment and settle here, thus, filling the vote coffers of these two parties.

hind   silchar

Thursday, April 21, 2011

bjp will win & bangladesi will go back

zac   silchar

Tuesday, May 10, 2011

all are in same boat

Pulakesh.    Nalbari. Assam.

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Neither Congress nor BJP or any other political party can thrown out the bangaladeis from North East until the every comon people of assam raise the hands aginst them. Its time coming that every individual should start to boycot them, their labour and preserise the govment to take action to get them out from our home. One more importent issue which is lying down, that is border fancing, oppen border area of indobangla are closed with big wall and sheald.

Bibhuti Bikash Thakuria   Boston, USA

Thursday, April 7, 2011

BJP is the only voice against illegal bangladeshi. Assam will survive if it's indigenous people can survive which looks dark with any party except BJP. Otherwise we will have a Bangladeshi CM very soon. Samujjal Bhattacharyee should immediately step into the Assam politics to rescue the troubled indigenous people of Assam. I will be there to support......

pranab   assam

Friday, April 8, 2011

only inc can give 5rupess rice and can maintain law and order

Subhend   Bankura

Friday, April 8, 2011

And Pranab, do you know what Congress does to give you rice at Rs 5? It scams India for Crores and Crores and that is why we still have poverty, unemployment. If you vote against Congress, you will see development and you wont need rice for Rs 5.


Friday, April 8, 2011


saurav agarwal   dibrugarh

Thursday, April 14, 2011

congress is the only party when prices of onion where rs.80 an the prices of petrol is 61/ is the only party where a common man is feeling hard to survive,raised value added tax from 4 to 5% and 12.5 to 13.5%.....

Dinanath Sah   Duliajan

Friday, April 29, 2011

you are right, this is the same congress party who was crying at the time of atal bihari bajpayee, when the price of onion was ar -19.00

Developed Assam   

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

I think its time for the people of assam to think beyond 5 Rs rice, when development is acclerated peole need not care about it. When all the bangladeshis are expelled from our state u will have enough rice left to feed urself for a year.. Think different.

Som sinha   

Monday, April 25, 2011

I do agree. Varun gandhi gave us a hope to see ourselves safety and development. We must protest bangladeshi suporter congress

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