|Winner of General Elections 2009 in Karimganj is LALIT MOHAN SUKLABAIDYA (INC)|
|Lalit Mohan Suklabaidya||INC||Hand||S/O. Late Lakshmi Charan Suklabaidya Banamali Road Ward No. 14 P.O. & Dist.- Karimganj.Assam.788710 Karimganj||259717|
|Rajesh Mallah||AUDF||Lock and Key||Gach Kalibari Road PO: Karimganj Dist:Karimganj||251797|
|Sudhangshu Das||BJP||Lotus||S/o. Late Basudeb Das Daspatty Ward No. 20 P.O.Karimganj Bazar Dist. Karimganj. PIN. 788710 Karimganj||148945|
|Milon Singha||IND||Kettle||S/o. Digendra Singha. Vill- Aranyapur P.O.Harishnagar P.S.Katlicherra Dist.-Hailakandi Vill- Aranyapur||4773|
|Himangshu Kumar Das||IND||Jug||S/o. Hirendra Chandra Das College Road WardNo.- III. P.O. P.S. & Dist.-Hailakandi Assam Hailakandi||4249|
|Rajesh Chandra Roy||IND||Frock||S/o.Sohendra Chandra Roy. Vill- Matijuri P.O.Paikan P.S. & Dist.-Hailakandi Assam Vill- Matijuri||3064|
|Uttam Nomosudra||IND||Cup & Saucer||S/o. Harakanta Nomosudra. Vill-Keotkuna P.O.SIngaria Bazar. P.S.& Dist. Karimganj PIN.- 788719 Assam. Karimganj||2591|
|Sital Prasad Dusad||IND||Television||S/o. Late Roghu Nath Dusad. Vill.- Rosekandi P.O.Rosekandi P.S.-Silchar Dist-Cachar Assam. Vill.- Rosekandi||2484|
|Ranjan Namasudra||IND||Battery Torch||S/o. Late Debendra Namasudra Vill- Madarantilla P.O.Rosekandi P.S.SIlchar Dist-Cachar Assam Vill- Madarantilla||1475|
|Probhash Ch. Sarkar||IND||Candles||S/o. Kunjalal Roy. Chakraborty Para P.O. Laxmisahar Dist.- Hailakandi Hailakandi||1245|
|Malati Roy||IND||Almirah||W/o.Prakash Chandra Roy. Jharna Colony Quarter No.L/261-B Badarpur Railway Colony P.O. & P.S. Badarpur Dist. Karimganj Badarpur||1151|
|Joy Das||IND||Kite||S/o. Late Parimal Chandra Das. Banamali Road P.O. P.S. & Dist. Karimganj Karimganj||1120|
|Bijon Roy||IND||Scissors||S/o. Kunjalal Roy. Vill- Paddarpar P.O.Kalibari Bazar P.S. Algapur. Dist.- Hailakandi. Vill- Paddarpar||1053|
|Bijoy Malakar||IND||Glass Tumbler||S/o. Late Bhupendra Lal Malakar Hailakandi Town Ward No. III College Road P.O. P.S. & Dist.- Hailakandi Hailakandi||915|
|Debasish Das||IND||Table||S/o.Late Lukesh Chandra Das Vill.- Jamira Bagan Basti P.O. Jamira Bazar P.S. Katlicherra Dist. Hailakandi Vill.- Jamira Bagan Basti||841|
|Year||Voter Turnout Percentage||Winner Candidate||Percentage||Party||Runnerup Candidate||Percentage||Party|
|2004||68.58||LALIT MOHAN SUKLABAIDYA||47.81||INC||PARIMAL SUKLA BAIDYA||34.12||BJP|
|1999||73.75||Nepal Chandra Das||49.55||INC||Parimal Suklabaidya||43.33||BJP|
|1998||79.19||Nepal Chandra Das||39.7||INC||Swapan Kumar Das||38.26||BJP|
|1996||80.24||Dwaraka Nath Das||33.07||BJP||Sabita Das||28.24||INC|
|1991||77.24||Dwarka Nath Das||39.2||BJP||Jatindra Chandra Das||30.79||JD|
|1984||75.76||Sudarsan Das||47.14||ICS||Nihar Ranjan Laskar||31.94||INC|
|1980||41.83||Nihar Ranjan Laskar||49.6||INC(I)||Kamdeb Das||22.03||CPM|
|1977||44.79||Nihar Ranjan Laskar||54.61||INC||Lilamoy Das||41.63||BLD|
GeographyKarimganj is located at . It has an average elevation of 13 metres (42 feet).
HistoryKarimganj became a subdivision of Sylhet District of British India in late nineteenth century. It was severed from Sylhet during Partition of India and was included in India as a part of Cachar district in Assam. In 1983, Karimganj became a district of Assam with its headquarter at Karimganj Town.
DemographicsAs of 2001[update] India census, Karimganj Municipality had a population of 52,316. However, if we consider from the nature of urban characteristics total population of the city may gone up to one lakh, because many parts of the town still fall under the jurisdiction of Gram Panchayats. Males constitute 51% of total population and females 49%. Karimganj has an average literacy rate of 83%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 87%, and female literacy is 79%. In Karimganj, 9% of the population is under 6 years of age. The Religious demography of Karimganj is Muslims (52.3%) and Hindus (47%).
PoliticsKarimganj consists of two assembly constituencies: Karimganj North and Karimganj South, both of which are part of Karimganj (Lok Sabha constituency).
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