Winner of General Elections 2009 in Karimganj is LALIT MOHAN SUKLABAIDYA (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Karimganj

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Lalit Mohan Suklabaidya INCHandS/O. Late Lakshmi Charan Suklabaidya Banamali Road Ward No. 14 P.O. & Dist.- Karimganj.Assam.788710 Karimganj259717
Rajesh Mallah AUDFLock and KeyGach Kalibari Road PO: Karimganj Dist:Karimganj251797
Sudhangshu Das BJPLotusS/o. Late Basudeb Das Daspatty Ward No. 20 P.O.Karimganj Bazar Dist. Karimganj. PIN. 788710 Karimganj148945
Milon Singha INDKettleS/o. Digendra Singha. Vill- Aranyapur P.O.Harishnagar P.S.Katlicherra Dist.-Hailakandi Vill- Aranyapur4773
Himangshu Kumar Das INDJugS/o. Hirendra Chandra Das College Road WardNo.- III. P.O. P.S. & Dist.-Hailakandi Assam Hailakandi4249
Rajesh Chandra Roy INDFrockS/o.Sohendra Chandra Roy. Vill- Matijuri P.O.Paikan P.S. & Dist.-Hailakandi Assam Vill- Matijuri3064
Uttam Nomosudra INDCup & SaucerS/o. Harakanta Nomosudra. Vill-Keotkuna P.O.SIngaria Bazar. P.S.& Dist. Karimganj PIN.- 788719 Assam. Karimganj2591
Sital Prasad Dusad INDTelevisionS/o. Late Roghu Nath Dusad. Vill.- Rosekandi P.O.Rosekandi P.S.-Silchar Dist-Cachar Assam. Vill.- Rosekandi2484
Ranjan Namasudra INDBattery TorchS/o. Late Debendra Namasudra Vill- Madarantilla P.O.Rosekandi P.S.SIlchar Dist-Cachar Assam Vill- Madarantilla1475
Probhash Ch. Sarkar INDCandlesS/o. Kunjalal Roy. Chakraborty Para P.O. Laxmisahar Dist.- Hailakandi Hailakandi1245
Malati Roy INDAlmirahW/o.Prakash Chandra Roy. Jharna Colony Quarter No.L/261-B Badarpur Railway Colony P.O. & P.S. Badarpur Dist. Karimganj Badarpur1151
Joy Das INDKiteS/o. Late Parimal Chandra Das. Banamali Road P.O. P.S. & Dist. Karimganj Karimganj1120
Bijon Roy INDScissorsS/o. Kunjalal Roy. Vill- Paddarpar P.O.Kalibari Bazar P.S. Algapur. Dist.- Hailakandi. Vill- Paddarpar1053
Bijoy Malakar INDGlass TumblerS/o. Late Bhupendra Lal Malakar Hailakandi Town Ward No. III College Road P.O. P.S. & Dist.- Hailakandi Hailakandi915
Debasish Das INDTableS/o.Late Lukesh Chandra Das Vill.- Jamira Bagan Basti P.O. Jamira Bazar P.S. Katlicherra Dist. Hailakandi Vill.- Jamira Bagan Basti841
Total Votes685420

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
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 

Karimganj is a city and a municipal board in Karimganj district in the Indian state of Assam.



Karimganj is located at 24°52'N 92°21'E? / ?24.87°N 92.35°E? / 24.87; 92.35. It has an average elevation of 13 metres (42 feet).


Karimganj 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.


As of 2001 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%).


Karimganj consists of two assembly constituencies: Karimganj North and Karimganj South, both of which are part of Karimganj (Lok Sabha constituency).
Some Informations has been taken from Wikipedia

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