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Cong, BPF sweep election in Darrang and Udalguri districts

The results of the assembly election which was held in April.2011 has been declared on May 13 in Assam.Congress has won three seats in Darrang district while its ally BPF won three seats in Udalguri district.The remaining one seat has been won by AGP.In the 126 strong Assam assembly Congress won absolute majority by winning 78 seats alone.Its partner BPF won 12 seats, while AUDF (Muslim party) won 18,AGP won 10 and BJP won 5 seats respectively.

In 64 No.Paneri LAC, Kamali Basumatari of BPF (38202 votes) defeated nearest candidate Santias Kunjur of Congress (37647 votes).there were total 10 candidates.In 65 No. Kalaigaon LAC, Mukunda Ram Choudhuri of AGP (42525 votes) defeated nearest candidate Maheswar Boro of BPF (39727 votes).There were 9 candidates.In 66 No. Sipajhar LAC,Binanda Saikia of Congress (51821 votes) defeated nearest candidate Dr.Zoy Nath Sarma,an Independant (43173 votes).There were total 8 candidates.In 67 No.Mangaldai LAC,Basanta Das of Congress (65440 votes) defeated nearest candidate Mahendra Das of AUDF (41717 votes).There were total 5 candidates.In 68 No. Dalgaon LAC,Illias Ali of Congress (62280 votes) defeated nearest candidate Majibur Rahman of AUDF (58616 votes).There were total 6 candidates.In 69 No.Udalguri LAC,Rihon Daimari of BPF

(40770 votes) defeated nearest candidate Bhraman Baglari of UDPF (23776 votes).There were 5 candidates.In 70 No. Mazbat LAC,Rakheswar Brahma of BPF (25271 votes) defeated nearest candidate Jitu Kishan of Congress (23048 votes).There were 9 candidates in this LAC

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