Gauhati


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Gauhati is BIJOYA CHAKRAVARTY (BJP)

Updated Election Results Details of Gauhati


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Bijoya Chakravarty BJPLotus39 Sri Nagar Guwahati-781005 Dist: Kamrup (Metropolitan)496047
Capt. Robin Bordoloi INCHandGopinath Bhawan Dr B K Kakoti Road Ulubari Guwahati Dist: Kamrup (Metropolitan)484192
Sonabor Ali AUDFLock and KeyVILL:- GHOGHA PO:- LOWTOLA PS:- MUKALMUA NALBARI ASSAM GHOGHA73316
Akshay Rajkhowa NCPClock4-F Aditi Apartment 2nd Bye Lane (Right) Manik Nagar R G Barua Road Guwahati Dist: Kamrup (Metropolitan)11093
Rina Gayary Das INDCeiling FanVILL:-MIRZA PO:- MIRZA PS:- PALASBARI KAMRUP MIRZA11083
Ambu Bora RCPI(R)KettleDR. R.P. ROAD GANESHGURI DISPUR GUWAHATI-6 GUWAHATI7788
Brijesh Roy INDTelevisionHOUSE NO-34 ATHGAON PUKHURIPAR GUWAHATI-1 GUWAHATI6109
Deva Kanta Ramchiary INDRailway EngineSORUMATORIA DR. ZAKIR HUSSAIN PATH DISPUR GUWAHATI-6 GUWAHATI4590
Kazi Nekib Ahmed INDJugDIGHALIPUKHURI PAR MD. TOYABULLA PATH GUWAHATI-1 GUWAHATI3839
Amit Barua INDDiesel Pump33 LAMB ROAD AMBARI UZANBAZAR GUWAHATI-1 GUWAHATI3698
Deepak Kalita SPBicycle64- BHASKAR NAGAR PO:- BAMUNIMAIDAN PS :- GITANAGAR GUWAHATI GUWAHATI3613
Shimanta Brahma RWSBattery TorchVILL- CHOTO BAMUNKURA PO:- BINYAKHATA PS :- GOSSAIGAON KOKRAJHAR CHOTO BAMUNKURA3459
Total Votes1108827


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 61.18 KIRIP CHALIHA 40.06 INC  BHUPEN HAZARIKA 33.13 BJP  
1999 63.33 Bijoya Chakravarty 45.95 BJP  Bhubaneswar Kalita 36.96 INC  
1998 43.81 Bhubaneswar Kalita 49.57 INC  Manoranjan Goswami 27.31 BJP  
1996 74.57 Prabin Chandra Sarmah 44.3 AGP  Bhubaneswar Kalita 30.71 INC  
1991 69.89 Kirip Chaliha 23.84 INC  Asfaf Ali 17.54 NAGP  
1984 82.36 Dinesh Goswami 60.93 IND  Bhagaban Lahkar 17.72 INC  
1977 52.7 Renuka Devi Barktaki 52.52 BLD  Dinesh Chandra Goswami 39.69 INC 


Guwahati is a major city in eastern India, often considered as the gateway to the North-East Region (NER) of the country and is the largest city within the region. Dispur, the capital of the Indian state of Assam is situated within the city. Guwahati is one of the most rapidly growing cities in India. During past few decades it has experienced unprecedented spatial expansion and also steep rise in population. In fact according to a survey done by a UK media, Guwahati is among the first 100 fastest growing city of the world and is 5th fastest growing among Indian cities. Today, the city straddles between the LGB International Airport in the west to Narengi in the east for almost 45 kilometres and between the southern bank of the Brahmaputra river and the foothills of the Shillong plateau for around 15 kilometres. Moreover, the city is also getting gradually expanded to the northern bank of Brahmaputra. Guwahati with population just 0.2 million in 1971 is a million plus city today. Guwahati Municipal Corporation (GMC), the city's local government covers an area of 216 km², while Guwahati Metropolitan Development Authority (GMDA), the planning and development authority covers an area of 340 km².

It is a major commercial and educational center of eastern India and is home to world class institutions such as the Indian Institute of Technology Guwahati. The city is also a major center for cultural activities and sports in the North Eastern Region and for the administrative and political activities in Assam. The city is also an important hub for transportation in the North East Region.

Traditionally, Guwahati has been an important administrative and trading center and a river port. The name Guwahati is derived from two Assamese words: 'guwa' (areca nut) and 'haat' (market place). The name used to be spelled as Gowhatty (pre-colonial and colonial), standardized to Gauhati (colonial-British), which was then changed to the present form in the late 1980s to conform to the local pronunciation.


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