Track your constituency

Track your constituency

Kasba (West Bengal) Assembly Constituency


About Kasba Assembly Constituency

Kasba is a constituency of West Bengal state legislative assembly. It is located in South 24 Parganas district of the state. It is constituency number 149 of the Vidhan Sabha. Kasba comes under Kolkata Dakshin, which is No. 23 constituency of Lok Sabha. According to the Election Commission's data, the constituency had a total of 2,24,955 voters in 2011 out of which 1,17,425 were male and 1,07,530 female. The voter turnout in 2011 assembly elections was 77.45 %. Javed Ahmed Khan of Trinamool Congress represents Kasba in the Vidhan Sabha. He bagged 92,460 votes in the 2011 assembly elections while his closest competition Shatarup Ghosh of CPI(M) got 72,571. Kasba is an unreserved constituency.

Sitting and previous MLAs from Kasba Assembly Constituency

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

YearA C No.Constituency NameCategoryWinnerGenderPartyVoteRunner UpGenderPartyVote
2011149KasbaGENAhmed Javed KhanMAITC92460Shatarup GhoshMCPM72571


Last Updated on June 04, 2020
LIVE 5:15PM | #BiharElections2020 | चिराग़ ने किया उजाला | Chirag Paswan | Phase 2 Opinion Poll

Live at 5:15 PM | नीतिशवा फंस गया है | Nitish Kumar | #BiharElections2020 | Sanjay Dixit


Latest Election News and Update

Uddhav Thackeray The ‘(Pseudo) Secular Shiv Sainik’- Uddhav Secular Thackeray

The Narendra Modi government brought with itself a wave of the uprising for Hindutva in India. The BJP was very successful in driving its core ideology over people and the Read More…


Targeting Hindus an Election Stunt Targeting Hindus an Election stunt by Various Parties

Ever since the Narendra Modi Government came to power in 2014. Some sections of Indian and the international media have become highly biased in their coverage of any kind of Read More…


BJP Largest Party in Bihar Greater Prospects of BJP Coming Single Largest Party in Bihar

The superficial observation of the Bihar Assembly election 2020 projects only two rivalries. One is the ‘Mahagathbandhan’ and the other is ‘NDA’. However, with the decision of LJP’s Chirag Paswan Read More…