Assembly Constituencies in Lakhisarai District of Bihar



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Lakhisarai District Vidhansabha Constituencies 2010



Lakhisarai District Map

Lakhisarai disitrict in Bihar is probably the smallest district in Bihar with just two constituencies and a population of under 7 Lakhs. Wheat, paddy and lentils are mainly produced in this area and it gets its water from Ganga, Mohane, Harohar and Kiul rivers.

Assembly Constituencies in Lakhisarai District:

Lakhisarai District has 2 constituencies for Bihar Elections 2010.

Lakhisarai District Constituencies
Suryagraha Lakhisarai    

Bihar Assembly Constituencies for 2010 Elections:

There would be a total of 243 legislative seats from 38 districts of Bihar going to polls for Bihar 2010 Assembly elections.

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

Districtwise Bihar Vidhansabha Constituencies For 2010 Elections
Araria Gaya Madhubani Saran
Arwal Gopalganj Monghyr Shiekhpura
Aurangabad Jamui Muzaffarpur Sheohar
Banka Jehanabad Nalanda Sitamarhi
Begusarai Kaimur Nawada Siwan
Bhagalpur Katihar Patna Supaul
Bhojpur Khagaria Purnia Vaishali
Buxar Kishanganj Rohtas West Champaran
Darbhanga Lakhisarai Saharsa  
East Champaran Madhepura Samastipur  
 
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