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Amta (West Bengal) Assembly Constituency Elections 2018


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Amta Assembly Constituency

Amta is constituency No. 181 of West Bengal legislative assembly. It is situated in Howrah district and comes under Uluberia Lok Sabha constituency. It is an open constituency.

According to data with the Election Commission of India, Amta has 2,06,749 registered voters. It comprises 1,11,160 male and 95,589 female registered voters.

The Congress clinched this seat in the 2011 Assembly elections. Asit Mitra, the winning Congress candidate, bagged 88,264 votes and beat his nearest contender by a margin of 13,719 votes. The runner-up was Rabindranath Mitra of CPI(M) who got 74,545 votes. Amta had been a CPI(M) dominion since 1977. The voter turnout was 82.47 %.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Amta Assembly Constituency

Below is the list of winners and runners-up in the Amta assembly elections conducted so far.

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVoteRunner UpGenderPartyVote
2011181AmtaGENAsit MitraMINC88264Rabindranath MitraMCPM74545
2006175AmtaGENPratyush MukherjeeMCPI(M)64924Ashok MajiMAITC53257
2001175AmtaGENPratyush MukherjeeMCPM60363Asok MajiMAITC56929
1996175AmtaGENPratyush MukherjeeMCPM62001Prasun BakulyMINC51807
1991175AmtaGENBarindra Nath KoleyMCPM56548Aftab Uddin MondalMINC43449
1987175AmtaGENBarindra Nath KoleyMCPM50751Aftabuddin MondalMINC39804
1982175AmtaGENBarindra Nath KoleyMCPM42464Ainuddin Sk.MINC30423
1977175AmtaGENBarindra Nath KoleyMCPM33747Aftabuddin MondalMINC10527
1972165AmtaGENAfiabuddin MondalMINC26322Barindra KoleyMCPM24710
1971165AmtaGENBapindra KoleyMCPM30671Gunkar SinghMINC11717
1969165AmtaGENNitai BhandariMCPM29454Haranath ChakrabartyMINC21027
1967165AmtaGENN . BhandariMCPM30603T . PramanikMINC20448
1962150AmtaGENTarapada PramanikMINC23062Samar MukherjeeMCPI17975

Last Updated on May 13, 2016