Winner of General Elections 2009 in Uluberia is SULTAN AHMED (AITC)

Updated Election Results Details of Uluberia

Candidate NamePartySymbolAddressVote
Sultan Ahmed AITCFlowers and Grass19A Flat- 4A & B Muzaffar Ahmed Street (Ripon Street) Kolkata- 700016514193
Hannan Mollah CPMHammer Sickle and StarVill. - Paschim Bauria P.O. - ChackasiP.S - Bauria Dist - Howrah415257
Rahul Chakrabarty BJPLotus13A Dhirendranath Ghosh Road 2nd Floor Ward No. 71 P.S - Bhabanipur Kolkata - 700 02542434
Kazi Nabab AUDFLock and KeyVill.- Chengail (Kazipara) P.O.- Chengail P.S.- Uluberia Dist.- Howrah 11238
Narendra Nath Mandal BSPElephantNorth Kalianibas Near Adarsha Primary School P.O. - Nona Chandanpukur P.S. - Titagarh Dist. - North 24 Parganas7714
Sekh Aorangjeb INDCandlesVill.- Lohanagar P.O.- Khoria Moynapur P.S.- Uluberia Dist.- Howrah PIN - 711316 6475
Swapan Das INDBatVill -Mahishamuri P.O -Nowpara P.S- Amta Dist -Howrah6005
Rabin Dalui RDMPRailway Engine15 Kedar Nath Banerjee Road Kolkata - 700057 3362
Ashish Das INDViolinVill - Fatepur P.O - Udang P.S - Amta Dist - Howrah3141
Total Votes1009819

YearVoter Turnout PercentageWinner CandidatePercentagePartyRunnerup CandidatePercentageParty
1999 74.37 Hannan Mollah 49.4 CPM  Dr. Sudipta Roy 41.04 AITC  
1998 79.61 Hannan Mollah 47.5 CPM  Saradindu Biswas 34.16 WBTC  
1996 82.8 Hannan Mollah 49.07 CPM  Minati Adhikari 45.78 INC  
1991 76.39 Hannan Mollah 50.12 CPM  Minati Adhikari (w) 39.68 INC  
1989 80.31 Hanan Mollah 52.4 CPM  Anwar Ali Sk 45.47 INC  
1984 81.04 Hannan Mollah 50.48 CPM  Anwar Ali Sk. 48.47 INC  
1980 69.12 Hannan Mollah 60.76 CPM  Ardhendu Hazra 33 INC(I)  
1977 66.33 Shyamaprasanna Bhattacharyya 56.99 CPM  Nirmalendu Bhattacharjee 28.06 INC 

Uluberia is a city and a municipality in Howrah district in the Indian state of West Bengal. It is a part of the area covered by Kolkata Metropolitan Development Authority.



Uluberia is located at 22°28'N 88°07'E? / ?22.47°N 88.11°E? / 22.47; 88.11. It has an average elevation of 1 m (3 ft). It is situated on the bank of River Hooghly. The main road passing through the hart of the city is Orrisa Trank road & also well connected by National Highway No-6; Bombay Road. This is an unplanned city and sometime during heavy rain suffer from the drange problem. The other problem is erosion of Hugli river & encrocement in the main land.


As of 2001 India census, Uluberia had a population of 202,095. Males constitute 52% of the population and females 48%. Uluberia has an average literacy rate of 64%, higher than the national average of 59.5%: male literacy is 70%, and female literacy is 58%. In Uluberia, 13% of the population is under 6 years of age. With the partition of India there was a massive influx of refugees from East Pakistan into Kolkata and its peripheral areas. Of over a million refugees who entered West Bengal in 1950 alone settled mostly in squatter colonies between Naihati and Sonarpur on the east bank of the Hooghly and between Mogra and Uluberia on the west bank.


Two wheeler plant

Buddhadeb Bhattacharya, chief minster, West Bengal, laid the foundation stone for eastern India's first two-wheeler project at Uluberia on 15 February 2006. A motorcycle factory would be set up by the Salim Group of Indonesia at a cumulative investment of $250 million. Spread over 65 acres (260,000 m2) of land provided by the State Government, the factory would be set up under the banner of Salim Group company Mahabharat Motors Manufacturing Pvt Ltd, and the two-wheelers would be sold under the brand name, Arjun. Later, he also laid the foundation stone of an integrated satellite township project that was being set up by the Salim Group in Howrah district. Spread over 390 acres (1.6 km2) of land, the Kolkata West International City would have 6,900 dwelling units along with a host of other facilities. Speaking at both the functions, Benny Santoso, Chief Executive of the Salim Group, said the Indonesian business house with diverse business interests was keen to contribute and partake in the development of West Bengal.[5]Chuansung, a Chinese company, would be the technological collaborators.


Uluberia consists of two assembly constituencies: Uluberia North and Uluberia South, both of which are part of Uluberia (Lok Sabha constituency). Hannan Mollah of the CPI (M) has been the member of parliament for Uluberia since 1980. Current MLA from Uluberia North assembly constituency (SC) is Mohan Mondal of CPI(M), who won the seat in State elections of 2006 and also in 2001. Ramjanam Majhi of INC had won this seat in 1996. Rajkumar Mondal of CPI(M) had won this seat in 1991, 1987, 1982, and in 1977. Current MLA from Uluberia South assembly constituency is Rabindra Ghosh of AIFB, who won the seat in State elections of 2006. Earlier, as FBL candidate, he has won this seat in 2001, 1996, 1991, and in 1982. Amar Banerjee (Chhabi) of INC had won this seat in 1987. In 1977, MLA from this constituency was FBL candidate Aurobinda Ghosal.


Important educational institutes are: Uluberia College - degree college, Calcutta Institute of Pharmaceutical Technology & Allied Health Sciences (CIPT+) - pharmacy college, Calcutta Institute of Technology (CIT) - engineering college, and Uluberia (Royal) Botanical Institute - an environmental research institute. Uluberia Botanical Institute stood third position in NEAC Project of Government of India by scoring A+ grade in 2007-08.
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