Arambag


Winner of General Elections 2009 in Arambag is MALIK SAKTI MOHAN (CPM)

Updated Election Results Details of Arambag


Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Malik Sakti Mohan CPMHammer Sickle and StarPASCHIM SHIBPUR ERAPURBA WARD NO-6 BLOCKPARAP.O. ARAMBAGHDIST: HOOGHLY PIN-712601630254
Sambhu Nath Malik INCHandVILL+PO+PS . PURSURAH DT: HOOGHLY 712401 428696
Murari Bera BJPLotusVILL - RAMNAGAR P.O. - RAMNAGAR MOBARAKPUR P.S. ARAMBAGH DIST- HOOGHLY PIN- 71261657903
Parimal Biswas BSPElephantVILL- PANCHGHARA(SOUTH) P.O.-PANCHGHARA BAZAR P.S. -CHANDITALA DIST-HOOGHLY 71230624762
Subir Kumar Majhi JDPNagaraVILL+P.O. - RANAGARH P.S. PANDUA HOOGHLY21722
Total Votes1163337


YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
2004 81.24 ANIL BASU 77.16 CPM  SWAPAN KUMAR NANDI 15.75 BJP  
1999 82.6 Anil Basu 53.98 CPM  Chunilal Chakraborty 41.48 BJP  
1998 84.25 Anil Basu 56.15 CPM  Chunilal Chakraborty 35.98 BJP  
1996 87.28 Anil Basu 59.57 CPM  Monoranjan Hazra 34.8 INC  
1991 82.93 Anil Basu 56.27 CPM  Sk. Hasan Imam 37.66 INC  
1989 85.96 Anil Basu 52.83 CPM  Sk Hasan Imam 44.77 INC  
1984 85.75 Anil Basu 50.44 CPM  Gopal Das Nag 48.26 INC  
1980 80.34 Bijoy Krishna Modak 53.26 CPM  Prafulla Chandra Sen 45.25 JNP  
1977 68.66 Prafulla Chandra Sen 76.64 BLD  Santi Mohan Roy 23.36 INC 


Arambag is a city and a municipality in Hooghly district in the state of West Bengal, India. It is the head quarter of Arambagh subdivision.

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Geography

Arambag is located at 22°53'N 87°47'E? / ?22.88°N 87.78°E? / 22.88; 87.78[2]. It has an average elevation of 15 metres (118 feet). it is located on the bank of the Dwarakeswar River.

Demographics

As of 2001 India census, Arambag had a population of 56,129. Males constitute 51% of the population and females 49%. Arambag has an average literacy rate of 66%, higher than the national average of 59.5%; with 73% male literacy and 58% of female literacy. 12% of the population is under 6 years of age.

Economics

This is a rich agricultural area with several cold storages.

Politics

Binoy Dutta of CPI(M) won the Arambagh assembly seat defeating Bibhabindu Nandi of AITC in 2006, Sk. Hasan Imam of AITC in 2001, and Abdus Sukkur of INC in 1996. Benode Das of CPI(M) defeated Jalim Singha Roy of INC in 1991 and Abdul Mannan of INC in 1987. Abdul Mannan of INC defeated independent candidate Ranjit Chakraborty in 1982. Ajoy Kumar Dey of Janata Party defeated Madan Kumar Saha of CPI(M) in 1977. Prafulla Chandra Sen won the Arambagh seat in 1972, 1971 and 1969. [6][7][8]In a historic contest in 1967 Prafulla Chandra Sen, then INC Chief Minister, lost the Arambagh seat to Ajay Kumar Mukherjee of Bangla Congress, who became the new Chief Minister, in the first United Front government in the state. In 1962 Arambagh had two seats. Prafulla Chandra Sen of INC won the Arambagh East seat and Radha Krishna Pal of INC won the Arambagh West seat. In 1957 Radha Krishna Pal of INC won the Arambagh seat. Prafulla Chandra Sen won from one of the Khanakul seats. In independent India’s first general election in 1951 Arambagh had twin seats. These were won by Madan Mohan Saha of CPI and Radha Krishna Pal, Independent. Anil Basu of CPI(M) has won in the Arambagh (Lok Sabha constituency) seven times in a row
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