Winner of General Elections 2009 in Nowgong is RAJEN GOHAIN (BJP)

Updated Election Results Details of Nowgong

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Rajen Gohain BJPLotusTilak Deka Road Itachali Nagaon -782001 Assam Town - Nagaon380921
Anil Raja INCHandVillage- Barukati P.O. Bhuragaon PS - Laharighat District- Morigaon (Assam) Village- Barukati335541
Siraj Uddin Ajmal AUDFLock and KeyVill. Donkigaon PO/PS Hojai Dist. Nagaon Assam PIN 782435 Vill. Donkigaon245155
Heramba Mohan Pandit INDTable LampA.R.B. Road Khutikatiya Dist. Nagaon Assam Nagaon Town9723
Bimala Prasad Talukdar INDDiesel PumpVill. Rampur Mouza - Hojai PS. Hojai PO. Hojai Dist. Nagaon Assam Vill. Rampur5865
Pheiroijam Ibomcha Singh AIFBLionVill. Takyei Kolom Leikai PS. Lamphel Dist. Imphal West Manipur Vill. Takyei Kolom Leikai4327
Ashit Dutta INDCup & SaucerWard No. 2 Dabaka Town PO / PS - Dabaka Dist. Nagaon (Assam) Dabaka Town3695
Puspa Kanta Bora INDTableVill. Jamuna Moudanga Krishipam Nigam PO - AMbari PS - Murajhar Dist. Nagaon (Assam) Vill. Jamuna Moudanga Krishipam Nigam2654
Liaqat Hussain LJPBungalowVill. Madhupur PO. Madhupur PS Nagaon Sadar Dist. Nagaon (Assam) Vill. Madhupur2454
Bhupen Chandra Mudoi RPI(A)CandlesVill. Rahagaon PO. Rahagaon Via Raha PIN 782103 Dist. Nagaon Assam Vill. Rahagaon2433
Biren Das RWSBattery TorchVill. Toklai Bebejia PS. Nagaon PO. Bebejia Dist. Nagaon Assam Vill. Toklai Bebejia2313
Nazrul Haque Mazarbhuiyan INDCeiling FanHailakandi Town Ward No.3 PS- Hailakandi Dist. Hailakandi Assam Hailakandi Town2250
Bipin Saikia RDMPRailway EngineVill. Morikolong PO. Nagaon PS. Nagaon Sadar Dist. Nagaon Assam Vill. Morikolong2095
Total Votes999426

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 68.4 RAJEN GOHAIN 43.6 BJP  BISNU PRASAD 39.6 INC  
1999 70.16 Rajen Gohain 43.17 BJP  Nripen Goswami 38.52 INC  
1998 59.42 Nripen Goswami 42.1 INC  Rajen Gohain 36.15 BJP  
1996 78.61 Muhi Ram Saikia 36.06 AGP  Nazneen Faruque 28.66 INC  
1991 75.18 Muhiram Saikia 24.35 AGP  Bishnu Prasad 22.27 INC  
1984 81.51 Muhiram Saikia 38.67 IND  Haji Abdur Rouf 32.66 IND  
1977 55.25 Dev Kanta Borooah 57.2 INC  Indreswar Goswami 39.64 BLD 

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


Nagaon was earlier known as 'Khagarijaan'. At the time of the British domination it was spelt as 'Nowgong'. Later on the spelling was changed to 'Nagaon' to have the appropriate pronunciation in Assamese.


The river Kolong, a tributary of the mighty Brahmaputra, flows through Nagaon and in the process divides the town into two distinct regions - Nagaon and Haibargaon. The railway station in Nagaon is located in Haiborgaon.


Nagaon has the oldest school in Assam, The Nagaon Mission High School, established by the christian missionary Miles Bronson way back in 1846.


The stadium in Nagaon is named after the late Nurul Amin. It hosts the prestigious Independence Day Cup Football tournament every year in Aug-Sep in which most of the teams of national repute participate.


Nagaon is the junction point of two Indian National Highways - NH 36 and NH 37.


The main shopping areas in Nagaon are Daccapatty, Marwaripatty and Stadium market. But new market places are developing in the Haibargaon area. The main market places in nagaon are Bara Bazar, Natun Bazar and Haibargaon Bazar.

Notable personalities

Many renowned politicians were born in this town, like Deba Kanta Borooah, former President, All India Congress Committee, Revolutionary Communist leader M. Shamsul Huda also a writer, Literary Pensioner who had been elected several times with also highest ever casted votes in his favour to the Assam Legilative Assembly as its Member from Dhing LAC, Prafulla Kumar Mahanta, youngest Chief Minister, etc.


As of 2001 India census, Nagaon had a population of 107,471. Males constitute 53% of the population and females 47%. Nagaon has an average literacy rate of 77%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 81%, and female literacy is 73%. In Nagaon, 10% of the population is under 6 years of age.
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