Murshidabad is a stronghold of the Congress and more specifically of Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury, who also happens to be current president of the West Bengal unit of the Congress. He would like Congress to contest if there is an alliance with the TMC. If the alliance between them does not materialize, there would be a division of votes. And it will be beneficial for the CPIM whose fortunes have dipped since its crushing defeat in the last assembly elections.
|Name of the Candidate||Party Name||Results|
|Abdur Razzak Mandal||CPM||Won
|None of the Above||None of the Above||2445|
|Golam Kibria Sarkar||WPI||758|
|Sujay Kumar Guha||BSP||740|
|Subir Kumar Sarkar||AMB||706|
|Enamul Haque Mandal||SUCI(C)||486|
Jalangi is currently held by CPIM whose candidate Abdur Razzak won it in 2011 by defeating his nearest rival Idris Ali of Trinamool Congress. While 85,144 votes were polled in favour of Abdur Razzak, the TMC candidate received 47,283 votes and was followed by Independent candidate Samsuzzoha Biswas who got 25,834 votes.
Samsuzzoha Biswas was backed by Murshidabad strongman and Baharampur Congress MP Adhir Ranjan Chowdhury despite the fact that Congress was in alliance with the TMC in 2011. Jalangi assembly constituency has been represented by the CPIM since 1977.
One of the twenty two assembly constituencies located in the Murshidabad district of West Bengal, Jalangi is composed of Jalangi block and Katlamari I, Katlamari II, Raninagar II and Rajapur gram panchayats of Raninagar II block.
Jalangi is one of the seven assembly segments falling under the Murshidabad parliamentary seat, currently being represented by Badaruddoza Khan of the CPIM.
Of a total number of 192844 electors eligible to cast their votes in the 2011 assembly election to Jalangi, there were 100106 males and 92738 females.
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