Assam panchayat election result Phase 1 congress win.

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    Congress retains hold in Dibrugarh district
    Staff Correspondent
    DIBRUGARH, Feb 16 – The Indian National Congress (INC) continued to enjoy domain over Dibrugarh district, given that it managed to retain a majority of the panchayats in the district, according to the panchayat polls results.
    The Congress bagged thirteen Zilla Parishad seats out of the fifteen which were declared on Friday and was leading in six more Zilla Parishad seats. BJP proving to be the potent rival of the Congress won two Zilla Parishad seats. There are altogether 23 Zilla Parishad seats in the district here.
    The fifteen winners of Zilla Parishad seats which were declared on Friday include INC’s Brishtisaya Phukan (Tengakhat), INC’s Dipti Rabha (Hatibandha), BJP’s Bashanti Hazarika (Duliajan),BJP’s Daisy Rani Phukan Shyam (Bhadoi), INC’s Dilip Gogoi (Merbil), INC’s Diganta Rajkonwar (Naharkatia), INC’s Junmoni Gogoi (Namrup), INC’s Sunuka Hemrom (Joypur), INC’s Anu Changmai (Tingkhong), INC’s Shanti Lohar (Rajgarh), INC’s Rekha Munda (Pithaguti), INC’s Renu Sonowal (Khowang), INC’s Shenlata Harpal (Dikhari), INC’s Hem Phukan (Naharani) and INC’sDipti Sundi (Sepon). Congress was leading in Barbaruah, Lahoal, Bokel, Dinjoy, Dikom and Borpather till the filing of this report.
    Of the 93 Gaon Panchayat president’s post, Congress won 61, while it bagged 60 posts of Anchalik Panchayat member seats out of 93. Similarly Congress also won 501 Gaon Panchayat ward member seats, the maximum number, of out of 930 till the counting of votes heldupto 7PM.
    Our Correspondents report:
    MORIGAON: Out of 13 ZPC seats inMorigaon Zilla Parishad, six seats were won by the Congress followed by the AIUDF which got five seats, while the AGP and CPI got one seat each as counting of votes ended here on Friday.
    The AIUDF emerged as a major threat in minister Dr Nazrul Islam’s constituency, Lahorighat. AIUDF candidate Akrina Nahor defeated her nearest Congress rival Saikun Begum by a margin of 1,562 votes in Lahorighat ZPC. In Bhuragaon ZPC, Nur Nehar of the AIUDF defeated Anuwara Begum of the Congress by 1,028 votes.
    The Koshtoli ZPC was won by AIUDF candidate Malaya Bordoloi by defeating Aruna Pator of the Congress by a margin of 725 votes. However, Congress candidate Shyam Das retained the Niz Gerua ZPC by defeating his nearest rival Jibon Bora of theAGP by 1,611 votes. In Doloigaon ZPC, Jyotshna (AIUDF) defeated Nilufar Begum of the Congress by5,200 votes. In Moirabari ZPC, Habibur Rahman of the AIUDF defeated Sarifuddin of the Cogress by 1,068 votes.
    In Dandua ZPC under Morigaon LAC, Congress candidate Phuleswari Das was defeated by AGP candidate Binapani Das by a margin of 3,280 votes. CPI candidate Lachit Medhi won the Bhurbandha ZPC by defeating his nearest rival Nagen Das of the Congress by 1,705 votes. In Charaibahi ZPC, Congress candidate Mukibur Rahman defeated Independent candidate Jaharuddin by a margin of 756 votes.
    However, all the three ZPCs underJagiroad constituency went to the ruling Congress. In Jagi Bhakatgaon ZPC, Congress candidate Bir Kumar Konwar defeated AGP candidate Moni Bora by 1,008 votes. In Mayong ZPC, Congress candidate Mamtaz Begum defeated Sikhamoni Mandal of the AGP by 2,188 votes.In Dharamtul ZPC, Congress candidate Ambika Tamuli won the seat by defeating Niruprava Deka of the AGP by 9,892 votes. In Chabukdhara ZPC, Congress candidate Gopeswar Bordoloi defeated Pradip Konwar of the AGP by 1,052 votes.
    Out of 85 Gaon Panchayat president seats, the Congress won 37 followed by the AIUDF 25, AGP 15, CPI 3, BJP 1 and Independents 4.
    Jonai: The counting of ballot papers for 15 gaon panchayats under 114 Jonai (ST) LAC ended on Friday morning. As per the results, the Indian National Congress (INC) has lost two Zilla Parishads and 11 gaon panchayats out of the total 15 spread in two ZPCs. The SanmilitaGana Sakti, Asom (SGSA) regainedboth the seats along with the majority of gram panchayats andthe bulk of gaon and Anchalik Panchayat members.
    The SGSA candidate for Pub-JonaiZPC, Usharani Pegu captured 18,362 votes and beat her nearest rival, INC candidate Jyotirupa Dang-Pegu by a marginof 2,025 votes. The INC candidategot 16,337 votes, while the BJP and AGP candidates managed to get 2,079 and 1,407 votes respectively.
    INC nominee Karmuk Pegu was defeated by SGSA candidate Sansuma Basumatary by a margin of 7,177 votes. Congress candidate Karmuk Pegu gained 11,689 votes, while Basumatary got 18,866 votes. Another Independent contestant in the seat, Damboru Konwar managed to capture only 4,224 votes.
    As per the results, the ruling party captured only four Panchayats – Silley, Kemi-Jelom, Jonai Panchayats under Pub-Jonai ZPC and Laimekuri under Simenchapori ZPC. The SGSA retained power in 11 gaon panchayats and captured as many as 12 seats in the 15-member Murkongselek (Jonai)Anchalik Panchayat.

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    You any spokesperson for Congress :hmm:
     
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    Re: Assam panchayet election result Phase 1 congress win.

    Out of the total 150 gaon wards, the ruling Congress won 44 seatswhile the rest were won by Independent candidates including the SGSA. The Jonai subdivision in Dhemaji district is largely dominated by Mising, Boro, Sonowal Kachari and Deori communities.
    Nagaon: Congress is going to control the Nagaon Zila Parishad this time also. There are 41 seats in Nagaon Zila Parishad and 40 results were available till Friday evening.
    The Congress won 24 seats. The LAC wise break up is as follows: Lumding 3, Koliabor 3, Rupahi 2, Nagaon 2, Hojai 1, Barhampur 3, Samaguri 4, Raha 4 and Batadrava 2.
    In Jamunamukh and Dhing LAC Congress failed to win. However, one result of Dhing LAC is yet to come. The AIUDF became the second largest party in Nagaon Zilla Parishad by winning 9 seats.
    It has won 4 seats in Jamunamukh LAC and 1 each in Lumding, Dhing, Rupahihat, Nagaonand Hojai LACs. The AGP had to remain satisfied with 4 seats – 2 in Koliabor and 1 each in Barhampur and Raha LAC. BJP won only one seat from Hojai LAC.
    Two independent candidates, one from Hojai and other from Raha also won.

    The Assam Tribune Online
     
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    Not at all.
    But i create election result thread.
    If you remember i also opened election result thread of jangipur loksabha by election result thread.
    Which is appriated by dfi members.
    I think panchayet election result is also significant.
     
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    Ya I trust you. Btw how much do u get paid? :sarcastic:
     
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    See i don't make false news.
    see i give the link of assam tribune.

    My familly is above of upper middle class financially for your information.
     
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    Congress wins Lakhimpur Panchayat poll

    Correspondent
    NORTH LAKHIMPUR, Feb 16 –
    The incumbent Congress has emerged as the clear winner in all segments of the Panchayat election in Lakhimpur district. According to the latest results, the party won 11 seats out of the17 ZPCs in Lakhimpur district. TheOpposition AGP managed to win only four ZPC seats while the AIUDF and an Independent candidate bagged one each. The BJP failed to open its tally in the ZPC election in Lakhimpur.
    In 616 declared results for 810 GP member seats, the Congress won 293 taking a massive lead over the AGP which got only 160 seats. Independent candidates came second with an impressive result of 133 seats. The AIUDF got 21 GP member seats while the BJP, CPI and the CPM got two seats apiece. In the 75 declared results for 81 GP president’s seats, the Congress emerged victorious with 33 wins followed by Independents winning 25 andAGP 16. The AIUDF managed to register only one win, while the BJP failed to open its account.
    Results were also declared for 51Anchalik Panchayat member seats out of 81 in which the ruling Congress won 36 seats. The AGP got 12 and the AIUDF and Independents secured one and two wins respectively. The BJP failed to win a single seat.
    Our Tezpur Correspondent adds: The counting of votes for the Panchayat election was completed today in Sonitpur district behind the time specified by the State Election Commission, Assam. The ruling Congress secured most of the seats in the eight LACs in the district.
    In Dhekiajuli LAC, it secured four ZPC seats, 14 seats of Gaon Panchayat president and 12 seats of AP member. In Borchala LAC, it won three ZPC seats, 18 seats of GP president and 18 seats of AP member. In Tezpur LAC, it secured four ZPC seats, nine seats of GP president and eight seats of AP member. In Rangapara LAC, the party got four ZPC seats, 16 seats of GP president, 15 seats of AP member; in Sootea LAC, it won one ZPC, 13 seats of GP president,15 seats of AP member; in Biswanath LAC, it got four ZPC seats, 13 seats of GP president and 16 seats of AP member. In Behali LAC, the party bagged fourZPC seats, 15 seats of GP president and 15 seats of AP member. In Gohpur LAC, it won four ZPCs, 30 seats of GP president and 30 seats of AP member.
    District Congress president Nurzamal Sarkar, in a press meet,disclosed that the Congress won 28 ZPCs, 128 seats of GP president and 132 seats of AP member in the district. “The Panchayat poll result reflects the sincere efforts of the party made for the development of the rural people in the past five years,” he said. He added that the AIUDF hasnothing to do in the region, terming it a religious party. The Opposition has totally failed in this election, he claimed.
    The local MLA, Rajen Borthakur, who was also present in the press meet, thanked the people for their overwhelming support to the party compared to the previous Panchayat election. He added that the people’s verdict went in favour of the Congress because of the proper implementation of development schemes and employments benefit provided to the people.
    Our Goalpara Correspondent adds: The counting of votes for the violence-marred Panchayat polls, which was held in the thirdand final phase on February 12 in Goalpara district, began from Friday for only six out of the 16 ZPCs as polling could not be held in 171 polling stations out of a total of 825 in the district, while in another 18, no polling could be held due to absence of any contesting candidates.
    The poll results once again proved that the AIUDF is consolidating its grounds after it sprang up surprise victories in three constituencies namely, 37-Goalpara East, 38-Goalpara West and 39-Jaleswar in the district in the last Assembly elections. The Indian National Congress once again fared poorlywith its lacklustre performance, while the AGP, too, did not perform well.
    Out of the six ZPC seats results of which were announced, the INC bagged two, AIUDF three and AGP one, while an uncontested INC candidate already won Kuchdhowa (under the Rabha Hajong Autonomous Council area). Out of the total 30 seats of Anchalik Panchayat member, 29 results were declared so far. The INC won five, AIUDF 20, AGP one and Independent three, and the 29 results out of the total 30 Gaon Panchayats, the INC baggedsix, AIUDF 18 and Independents five. The counting for the Budhuchar AP and GP under Matia ZPC was going on till the filing of this report.
    Preetom Saikia, Deputy Commissioner, told this correspondent, “We are waiting for the State Election Commission’s instructions on matters relating to the other 10 ZPCs.” He also said that 78 per cent polling was recorded in the other 636 polling stations where polling was held without any major incident.

    The Assam Tribune Online
     
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    AIUDF has done really well and giving BIG Takkar to CON party......It's clear the real fight is between AIUDF and CON party and the reason is known to all.....Soon Bengal will follow the suite....AIUDF may become the Kingpin in Bengal too....the reason is obvious (secular)!

    Probably in 5-10 years AIUDF may form it's own government in Assam, due to on going secularization around Border Areas with Bangladesh!

    Assam is a lost cause!
     
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    Aiudf lose to congress in marigaon and nagon district in big margine(Both are 50% minority population) and some one saying aiudf is doing well!!!
    The result is set back for aiudf
     
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    aiudf is active in wb from 2006.
    they contest 10seats out of 294 seats(though wb has 54 muslim majority seats and another 72 seat has 25-50%muslim population)and best result getting 4% vote from one seat.
    wb and assam is not the same case.
     
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    My point being AIUDF will be force a to recon with, and CON party will be second or eliminated when Secular people become majority in Assam. WB will have greater number of secular people in future due to secularization of Bangladesh Border, hence AIUDF will play a vital role as Secular people will start voting for AIUDF as they will gain more power and population (votes)......Eventually, Secular people will have their own Secular parties and pseudo-secular parties such as CON party which do not represent Islam will get eliminated with time!

    In short, with Secular majority population a true secular party like AIUDF will take on the reigns of power and its Maulanas/Mullahs will be rulers of the state!

    Such secular parties will sprout all over India with time, and later they will form a grand alliance to do what they have been doing since time immemorial i.e secularize India further....it's vicious circle of secularism in India started by Nehru/Gandhi and will keep on happening till the time a proper line is drawn between secular people and communal/Hindu/right-wing people!
     
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    What do u think why has congrees not banned rss/vhp. do their dirty jod in future
     
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    Expect more such `incidents` as more of NE is overrun by illegal BDs clashing with locals.

    Police firing, clashes claim 20 lives in Assam

    Shoot-at-sight orders have been issued in the violence-hit Rabha Hasong Autonomous Council (RHAC) areas of lower Assam’s Goalpara district, where ethnic clashes between Rabhas and non-Rabha groups claimed seven lives on Tuesday night, taking the death toll in police firing earlier in the day to 13 and from the subsequent clashes to 7 — 20 in total. Of those killed, 13 died in the police firing and seven in clashes.


    The violence has triggered an exodus of people from affected villages, forcing over 12,000 people to take shelter in 12 relief camps till Wednesday afternoon, even as the Army has been continuing flag marches. There was no relaxation in the curfew clamped in Krishnai and Mornoi police station areas.


    Admitting security lapses behind the outbreak of violence in RHAC areas Chief Minister Tarun Gogoi told journalists here on Wednesday that the State government had decided to order a judicial probe into overall incidents find out lapses and would also seek a probe by the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) to identify the culprits. He alleged that some political forces instigated the violence but declined to name them as the government has already decided to order probe. Mr. Gogoi said about 100 houses have been burnt by miscreants. He appealed to the people not to believe in rumours spread by miscreants.
     

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