Winner of General Elections 2009 in Lakhimpur is RANEE NARAH (INC)

Updated Election Results Details of Lakhimpur

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Ranee Narah INCHandVill. Boginadi P.O. Boginadi P.O. Boginadi Dist. Lakhimpur352330
Dr. Arun Kr. Sarma AGPElephantVill: Japisajia PO: Japisajia PS: North Lakhimpur Dist: Lakhimpur307758
Ranoj Pegu INDCup & SaucerVill. Chauldhowa Baligaon P.O. Gogamukh Dist. Dhemaji147586
Bhogeswar Dutta CPIEars of Corn And SickleVill. No.2 Bharali Chuk Suruj Nagar Path P.O. & P.S. : Dhemaji Dist. Dhemaji26086
Rabin Deka INDCameraVill. Chadmari P.O. Merbil Dist. Lakhimpur19050
Asap Sundiguria INDCandlesVill. Sumonigaon P.O. Singra Dist. Lakhimpur12067
Bhumidhar Hazarika INDRailway EngineVill. Bhogpur P.O. Bhogpur Chariali Dist. Lakhimpur Pin-7870337367
Gangadhar Dutta SHSBow & ArrowVill. Junaki Nagar Ward No. 4 P.S. Dhemaji Dist. Dhemaji7228
Debnath Majhi CPI(ML)(L)Flag with Three StarsVill. Gutibari P.O. Panitula Dist. Tinsukia Pin - 786183 6432
Lalit Mili RDMPTelevisionVill. Malapindha Mising Gaon P.O. Kamalpur P.S. Garamur Majuli Dist. Jorhat4508
Prashanta Gogoi INDBlack BoardVill. Bozaltoligaon P.O. Borguri P.S. Tinsukia Dist. Tinsukia Pin - 7861264263
Ratneswar Gogoi AIFBLionVill. No.3 Murkong Selek P.O. & P.S. Jonai Dist. Dhemaji4048
Sonamoni Das LJPBungalowVill. Kapohuwa P.O. Angarkhuwa Dist. Lakhimpur4047
Pran Jyoti Borpatra Gohain RWSBattery TorchVill. Bilotia P.O. Machkhowa P.S. Dhemaji Dist. Dhemaji3479
Minu Buragohain SPBicycleVill. Howajan Kathanigaon P.S. Bihpuria Dist. Lakhimpur3372
Total Votes909621

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 71.01 DR. ARUN KUMAR SARMAH 37.61 AGP  RANEE NARAH 34.09 INC  
1999 72.31 Ranee Narah 34.41 INC  Sarbananda Sonowal 27.08 AGP  
1998 66.66 Ranee Narah 40.05 INC  Dr. Arun Kumar Sarma 22.05 AGP  
1996 76.79 Arun Kr. Sarma 33.06 AGP  Bolin Kuli 32.54 INC  
1991 72.41 Bolin Kuli 31.36 INC  Iswar Prasanna Hazarika 21.1 AGP  
1984 73.14 Gakul Saikia 50.22 IND  Nameswar Pegu 16.32 CPI  
1977 51.79 Lalit Kumar Doley 59.06 INC  Mohananda Bora 35.39 BLD 

Lakhimpur is an administrative district in the state of Assam in India. The district headquarters are located at North Lakhimpur. The district occupies an area of 2277 km² and has a population of 889,325 (as of 2001).


A beautiful place on Mother Nature's lap, located in the north-east corner of the Indian State of Assam, the district of Lakhimpur lies on north bank of the mighty river Brahmaputra. It is bounded on the north by Siang and Papumpare District of the state of Arunachal Pradesh and on the east by Dhemaji District. Majuli, the largest River-island belonging to Jorhat District is on the south and Gohpur sub division of Sonitpur District is on the West. The Brahmaputra is navigable for steamers in all seasons as far as Dibrugarh, in the rainy season as far as Sadiya; its navigable tributaries within the district are the Subansiri, Ranganadi and Dikrong. The exact location of the district is 26.48’ and 27.53’ northern latitude and 93.42’ and 94.20' east longitude (approx.). The name 'Lakhimpur' is believed to have come from word “Lakshmi”, the Hindu goddess of Wealth and Prosperity. The word “pur” has two meanings -- first one is “full”, so 'Lakhimpur' means 'full of paddy'. The second meaning is "City", so 'Lakhimpur' means 'The City of Wealth and Prosperity'. Besides, the district has alluvial soil which is very fertile. Also fish, vegetables, milk etc were abundant. The district has two sub divisions -- Dhakuakhana and North Lakhimpur. Dhakuakhana Sub Division consists of two Police stations viz. Dhakuakhana and Ghilamara. North Lakhimpur Sub-division consists of 4 Police stations viz. North Lakhimpur, Boginadi, Laluk and Bihpuria. Numerous tribes too inhabit the areas. The most important of these tribes are the Miris, Abors, Mishmis, Khamtis, Kachins and Nagas. Forests are mainly tropical rain forest. Important reserved forests includes Ranga Reserve, Kakoi Reserve, Dulung Reserve and Pava Reserve. Some varieties are Xollokh (Terminalia myriocarpa), Ajhar (lagerstroemia speciosa), Ximolu (Bombax ceiba or Salmalia malabarica), Sum (Machilus), Gomari (Gmelina arborea), Sisu (Dalbergia sissoo), Xilikha (Terminalia chebula), Neem (Azadirachta indica), Nahar (Mesua ferrea) etc. Wild elephants, buffaloes, tigers, deer etc are there in the forests. Varieties of bird species are observed in swampy areas. The great Subansiri river has legends of once famous gold washing. But as of now there is no any major exploration of minerals in the district, except some minor exploration for petroleum by ONGC (Oil and Natural Gas Corporation) near Dhakuakhana.


Lakhimpur figures largely in the annals of Assam as the region where successive invaders from the east first reached the Brahmaputra. The Baro Bhuyans, originally from the western provinces of India, were driven out by the Chutiya (a Shan race), and these in their turn gave place to their more powerful brethren, the Ahoms in the 13th century. The Burmese, who had ruined the native kingdoms, at the end of the 18th century, were in 1826 expelled by the British under the Treaty of Yandaboo. They placed the southern part of the state, together with Sibsagar under the rule of Raja Purandhar Singh; but it was not till 1838 that the whole was taken under direct British administration.
Some Informations has been taken from Wikipedia

India Elections : BJP manifesto promises Income Tax exemption up to Rs 3 lakh

Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) released its Lok Sabha election manifesto on Friday in New Delhi promising to deal with the scourge of terror with an iron hand and also announced a host of populist measures if voted to power. The Bharatiya...

Edit | Read full story »

India Elections : Govinda not to contest Election

Congress MP and Bollywood actor Govinda is not seeking a ticket from Mumbai North constituency for the upcoming Lok Sabha polls. The BJP has fielded former union minister Ram Naik from the same constituency. Bollywood actor-MP Govinda will not stand for...

Edit | Read full story »

India Elections : Complete Schedule of Lok Sabha Elections 2009

The Election commission on Monday announced dates for the 15th Lok Sabha elections , which will be held in five phases from April 16 to May 13. Lok Sabha poll schedule: 1st phase: April 16, 2009 (124 seats) 2nd phase: April 23, 2009(141...

Edit | Read full story »

Leave a Reply

You can use these XHTML tags: <a href="" title=""> <abbr title=""> <acronym title=""> <b> <blockquote cite=""> <cite> <code> <del datetime=""> <em> <i> <q cite=""> <s> <strike> <strong>