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Baduria (West Bengal) Assembly Constituency Elections 2018


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About Baduria Assembly Constituency

Baduria is constituency No. 99 of West Bengal legislative assembly. It is situated in North 24 Parganas district. This unreserved constituency comes under Lok Sabha constituency No. 18, which is Basirhat.

According to the Election Commission of India, the constituency of Baduria has 1,88,461 registered voters. It includes 97,743 male and 90,718 female voters.

In the 2011 assembly elections, this seat was won by the Indian National Congress. INC candidate Abdul Gaffar Quazi got 89,952 votes. He beat his nearest contender by a convincing margin of 22,960 votes. Md. Shelim Gain of CPI(M) was the runner-up. The voter turnout was an impressive 89.85 %. This seat has been mainly a battleground between the Congress and the CPI(M). The Trinamool Congress is yet to make inroads into this constituency.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Baduria Assembly Constituency

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

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVoteRunner UpGenderPartyVote
201199BaduriaGENAbdul Gaffar QuaziMINC89952Md. Shelim GainMCPM66992
200694BaduriaGENMd. Shelim GainMCPI(M)63456Abdul Gaffar KaziMINC63289
200194BaduriaGENQazi Abdul GaffarMINC63277Sambhu BiswasMCPM52521
199694BaduriaGENQuazi Abdul GuffarMINC58967Md. ShelimMCPM53664
199194BaduriaGENQuazi Abdul GaffarMINC46179Mohammad ShelimMCPM42840
198794BaduriaGENMd. ShelimMCPM43102Quazi Abdul GaffarMINC41677
198294BaduriaGENQuazi Abdul GaffarMINC42123Mostafa Bin QuasemMCPM39286
197794BaduriaGENMostafa Bin QuasemMCPM25756Zulfiquer AliMINC14003
197287BaduriaGENQuazi Abdul GaffarMINC31320Mir Abdul SayedMCPM17399
197187BaduriaGENGhazi Abdul GaffarMINC23117Shrikh Ali AhmadMCPM13163
196987BaduriaGENMir Abdus SayeedMCPM29718Quazi Abdul GaffarMINC22103
196787BaduriaGENQ.A.GaffarMINC19824M.SayeedMCPM17820
196283BaduriaGENMd. Ziaul HaqueMINC24205Mir Abdus SayeedMCPI20146
1957172BaduriaGENMd. Zia Ul HaqueMINC24088Gopen GaineMCPI12601

Last Updated on May 13, 2016