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Kumargram (West Bengal) Assembly Constituency Elections 2018

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About Kumargram Legislative Assembly (Vidhan Sabha) Constituency

Kumargram is a legislative assembly segment located in the Alipurduars district of West Bengal. It belongs to the Alipurduars
(ST) Lok Sabha (parliamentary) constituency of the state. Kumargram is represented in the state legislative assembly by RSP's Manoj Kumar Oraon as he won 65,634 votes in the 2011 assembly elections. AITMC's Joachim Baxla was the runner-up with 62,967 votes. There are 1,73,635 people in the constituency who enjoy the right to votes as per the universal adult franchise, out of whom 91,196 are men and 82,435 are women.

According to the recommendations of the Delimitation Commission of India - 2008, the Kumargram assembly constituency covers areas of Turturi, Bhatibari, Tatpara-I, Kohinoor, Samuktala and Mahakalguri Parokata gram panchayats of Alipurduar community development block; and Kumargram community development block. Only the candidates belonging to Scheduled Tribes (STs) can contest the Kumargram assembly constituency.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Kumargram Assembly Constituency

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

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVoteRunner UpGenderPartyVote
201410Kumargram(ST)Manoj Kumar OraonMRSP65634Joachim BaxlaMAITMC62967
201110Kumargram(ST)Dasrath TirkeyMRSP71545Joachim BaxlaMAITC58964
200610Kumargram(ST)Dasrath TirkeyMRSP69540Swapan KujurMAITC32372
200110Kumargram(ST)Dasrath TirkeyMRSP60966Paresh Chandra DasMAITC27782
199610Kumargram(ST)Salib ToppoMRSP59032Krishna Chik BaraikFINC41580
199110Kumargram(ST)Salib TopoMRSP52282Dudsai ToppMINC35021
1988By PollsKumargram(ST)S.ToppoMRSP49595K.N.ThakurMINC27297
198710Kumargram(ST)Subodh BarwaMRSP48081Khagendra Nath ThakurMINC34514
198210Kumargram(ST)Subodh UraonMRSP40531Dutsai ToppoMINC31493
197710Kumargram(ST)John Arther BaxlaMRSP22882Konda BhagatMINC15543
19729KumargramGENDebabrata ChatterjeeMINC25515Nitai Chandra DasMCPM12061
19719KumargramGENPijush Kanti MukherjeeMINC16619Netai Chandra DasMCPM7984
19699KumargramGENPijish Kanti MukherjeeMINC19197Ranjit Das GuptaMCPM13760
19679KumargramGENP.K.MukherjeeMINC16093R.Das GuptaMCPM9007

Last Updated on May 13, 2016